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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 12, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 cit1920081201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 12, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CIJRWIN I MISS E K JUL 21 BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) Edllor-ln-CM- WM. G. FROST, J. O. LEHMAN, Mnlnf Editor Rnttrtdnt Iht hlaffif at )(!. A' tu frond mitrr Act oMmh, tlatt ?, VMuAfrf Kvrry Thrtiit at lltrrn, AV ml-mnllt- r, TDevotd to ttiG Interests of tlie Flvo Cent The Citizen jdio-cLTitLlr- L People Fifty Cents per Year Our Threefold Aim! To Giro the News of Bereft and Vicinity; To Record the Happenings of Berca College; To bo of Interest to all the Mountain People. Vol. XXII. Tor Copy BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 12, 1020. Ono Dollar and No. 7. Forward Step For Jackson County A campaign for community Improvement was put on In Jackson county Inst week which promises greater results than any Daniel Webster's Mahogany Desk movement over Inaugurated In that county before. Under tho auspices of tho County Agricultural Agent, tho Superintendent of Schools and the Stato Agricultural College, tho county was covered by five squads of men who went Into tho schoolhouscs and addressed tho children and patrons of tho districts on community organization and Improvement. These men emphasized better homes, better fnrjns, better schools, better churches and better ronds. Tho response of tho people was greater than was expected. Everywhere that tho school .was In session, more than half of the population of the district was present at tho meeting. And in some enscs moro persons turned out than wcro In the district. This is explained by the fact that persons outside the district came. meetings wcro held and C17C persons wcro In all, sixty-eigpresent. Sixty-on- e of tho districts organized into community 'clubs and others will be organized soon. ht vbAftft MjSSjaejBjejMZrWSBSSSSSSSSSSSSJSjpg'"' gPPPJ MILsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflBaaWtSS?- - ill lKBKLaK er The snmo movement Is being put on In Laurel county this week; and Is planned for ten or twelve counties In this section of the state Great credit is due County Agricultural Agents, who were tho prlmo movers in this campaign and to the others who Joined them and worked out tho plan. And no less do we commend the people who entered so heartily Into tho movement. They have shown that they aro awake to their needs and are ready to set about to solve their own problems. One great weakness In so many movements for community Improvement has been that the people of the community Itself were not nllowed to help themselves. Someone from outside camo In at stated Intervals and acted as leader, and the result has been that' no leaders hnvc been developed and no permanent good was done. But this plan provides for a leader or leaders who live within (ho district. Over nnd over again it was said by the speakers that If "thlilViiimunlty Improves, tho people of this community mus.1 do It." The Citizen urges that these organizations bo kept going. Do not let any discouragement, however great, halt the work in your community. A friendly competition will bo carried on among the schools of the county. A detailed list of points has been made which includes the work of the Junior Agricultural Clubs and credit will be given In this contest for the work that they do. Every school should strive for first place in Its educational division and in tho county. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS?WauS9Ki SBBBBBBBBBBBSBSBBBBBW. g?esSTriVSrTTesl When tlio United States chamber qf commerco bought tho old Dnnlel WebIn Washington, the mnhogany desk on which Webster wrote his famous' reply to Calhoun was Included In the sale. Joseph II. Defrecs, president of the chamber, shown hero seated at the desk. ster homestead U. S. News Mont, Aug. 5. The In the Montana and Canada forests north of Llbby. Mont., is spreading rapidly and has reached nn "alnrming" size, nccordlng to reports received today at headquarters of forest service district No. 1. A large crew of fire fighters was sent to assist tho seventy-fiv- e men already there. Missoula, forest fire World News Shanghai, Aug 9. Members of the States Congressional party totiring in the Far East are indignant over the announcement that Representative Randall of California, one of !tho junketing party, Intends to ask Congress to extend prohibition to the Philippines and seek an International settlement for China. Jnlted Mexico City, Aug. 10 Hatred for Americans and a determination to "fight to tho death," If an attempt is made to Invade Mexico, wero expressed by Francisco Villa, tho bandit leader, in speeches at Cuatro Clenegas, state of Coahuila, according in tiiirnnrtcd stenocranhic conies S'Aedy El, Universal today. Dawson, Yukon, Aug. 10. Millions of feet of timber has been destroyed by a forest firo .which swept both banks of the Peel River for 1G0 miles, nccording to reports reaching hero today. Two hundred men concentrated at Ross River post managed to save the post buildings, but wero unable to stop tho progress of the flames. AMERICA ON TRIAL' Eddy . By Sherwood ,Uepresentatiro(of the "Amerlcan-'Federatlon of Churches I have Just returned from a trip nround tho world since the armistice, including Japan, China, India, Egypt, Turkey nnd Europe. I have been lecturing In somo fifty cities before business men, clubs, and societies, and havo had nn unusual opportunity to observo public opinion. In Europe I found a strong rovulslon of feeling setting in against the United States. Instead of being, as wo wen! n year ago, tho most popular nation, wo nro becoming the most hated nnd despised. I asked our critics In Europe: "Why do you misunderstand nnd misjudge America?" In substance their reply was as follows. "You In America told us that you entered the war not as other nations. You said you wanted no land nor indemnities: you entered from unselfish motives. And now you como out of tho wnr not only tho richest nation In the world, claiming of Its entire wealth, not only with nil tho world In your debt, not only with nn enormous merchant marine nnd much of tho world's trndf captured successfully while the rest of us wcro fighting your battles dur ing tho first three years of the war.i but after proclaiming your Ideals to tho ends of tho enrth, you aro now threatening to repudiate them, refus one-third ing to givo the world relief when you alone can do it, seeking apparently to get tho world's trade rather than to jr re- - tKeworlrt peace." -- Wo" ask you: Is America going to stand for world selfishness or world scrvico?" As I hnvc gone through tho cities of America, I find there Is an overwhelming demnnd nmong 'business nnd professional men that we should settle this matter of tho League of A largo majority are Nations. strongly in favor of nn early settlement for a Leaguo of Nations, with mild reservations, omitting tho offensive preamble, but not separating the Pence Treaty from tho League. A majority of tho business men and s of tho Christinn pcoplo of tho United States demand such a League. This Is the great International question before tho world. It has lecome the paramount moral issue beforo America. The vast mnjority aro indignant with tho President for failing to take tho Senato nnd the country into his confidence, but they aro yet more Indignant with a little group of reactionaries in tho Senate who havo been tleftf to tho demands of tho American peoplo nnd havo hold up this grent international issue to tho detriment of Americn and the world. If tho League of Nations Is rejected, we, tho American pcoplo who havo not recognized this as tho supremo moral issuo before our nation and tho world, will havo to bear tho blame before tho bar of history I nine-tenth- Gcrmantown, 0., Aug. 10. Ohlo'a third presidential candidate, Dr. Aaron S. Watkins, standard bearer of the Prohibition party, nnd his running mate, Dr. Leigh Colvin, who Is Ohio born, will bo formally notified of their nomination hero tomorrow. Representatives of. tho partyf rn?v all over tho country aro expected to attend. Youngstown, O., Aug. 9. Undo Sam's treasury will bo enriched by at least $125,000 soon, prohibition agents cstimnte, by the auction sale of fifty barrels and 1,500 cases of landed whisky nnd sixty nutomobilcs, seized here by tho agents In the last six months. Hundreds of gallons of raisin jack and other homemade concoctions were dumped Into the Mahoning river. Kentucky News of C. A. Bell. Bedford, president, and a brief talk by United States Senntor J. C. W. Beckham marked the closing session of tho Kentucky Stnte Leaguo of Postmasters at tho Hotel Henry Watterson yesterday nftcrnoon. Practically complete returns from nil counties In tho 8th Congressional district indicate, that Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby county, won tho Demo- cratic nomination for Congress in tho primary Saturday over Col. Frank Rlpy, of Lawrence,burg, and Private George T. Davis, of Casey county. As the Daily Register, Richmond, stated a short timo ago, Judgo Gilbert wns tho contending candidate in every ono of tho 11 counties of tho district A big well has been completed on nnd for somo time his friends havo tho Brlggs place, in Warren county, been confident of his victory. within a mllo of tho Bowling Green city squnrc. Tho .sand had only been Madison County Constable Taken to penetrated ono foot when oil was Richmond for Trial thrown high nbovo tho mast and is Andrew PofT, 31, Madison county now standing 700 feet In tho hole. constable, who has been confined in tho Fnyetto county jail for throo Plans for tho third annual exhibit days, and who is alleged to havo Ehot of the College of Agriculture at tho and killed Jasper Kirby, Stato Fnlr havo taken definlto form of Madison county, at the Berca fair and a larger stnfT than has ever been grounds last week, was taken to Richsent by tho institution will prcsont mond Tuesday morning by Sheriff by demonstration and discussion tho P. S. Whitlock, of Madison county, advanced truths concerning tho fifteen for examining trial, which will bo held subjects to bo given space In tho ex- in that city Wednesday, Poflf was brought to tho Lexington hibit. Fifty per cent of tho Information to bo given is entirely now jail following tho shooting, owing to and is based on research o.f the past tho intenso feeling which had arisen In tho county against tho officer. It year. Washington, Aug. 9. Production of crops forecast today by tho Department of Agriculture from their condition on August 1 was as follows: Winter wheat, 533,000,000; spring wheat, 202,000,000; all wheat, corn, 3,003,000,000; oats, 1.102,000,000; barley, 190,000,000; rye, 77,900,000; white potatoes, 402,000,-00sweet potatoes, 101,000,000; toended at 4 p.m. bacco, 1,554,000,000 pounds; hay, (tnmc), 88,000,000 tons; apples, (total), 213,000,000 bu.; peaches, Tokio, Aug. 7. Representatives of kafirs, 125,000,000 bu. all shipping lines operating out of Jnpanese ports, including Japanese-America- n Washington, Aug. 9. All tho press lines, have failed to reach dispntches todny indicate that tho nn agreement regarding the establishgravity of tho Polish situation wns ment of a standard freight rate for Thero still Whs no ocean traffic as suggested by tho that tho American Govern- United States Shipping Board. Shipment had reached a decision on tho ping representatives predict a rate proposals for nid presented by tho war in tho Pacific unless nn agreePolish government or tho tentatlvo ment on rates is eventually formuprogram for helping tho Poles out- lated. lined by tho British nnd French governments. Paris, Aug. 10. Slowly, but surely, Exchanges between Washington and WarLondon nnd Paris aro still continuing, tho Bolshevikl aro closing In on saw, according to tho latest news but officials maintained silence as to Apprcciablo rein reaching Paris. their purport. forcements appear to havo been was rumored that a mob composed of brought to tho Northern Soviet army, t friends of tho dead man wero Intend- and In the Mlawa region their is growing moro dangerous. ing to storm tho Madison county jail. Whllo tho latter movement docs not immediately threaten communications JUDGE GOODLOE PASSES AWAY between Warsaw and Danzig through Judgo John D. Goodloc, ono of tho tho Vistula Valley, tho Poles, nevermost prominent and best known men theless, will bo obliged to form a new of this county, died at tho homo of army north of Warsaw to copo with It. his son at Whites Station on Saturday night, August 7. Ho had taken a leading part in Warning Is Issued. Washington. tho affairs of tho county through a Tho Treasury Departlong and ncttvo life. Ho had hold a ment Issued a warning to proprietors number of offices of trust and re- of amusement places' against the use sponsibility and had conducted him- of turnstiles for counting adinlxHlons. received at tho Inter Information self so as to havo the highest respect nal IluvenuowasBureau that several of all who knew him. places were using turnstile Instead of Ho was a friend of Berca College tickets or cards of admissions. This and was always ready to lend his practice It is statod, Is a violation of Influenco and help to tho Institution. Uie treasury regulations and makes The funeral services wero held at the proprietor of such places liable tho gravo Monday morning at 10:30 to a fine of (1,000. In tho Richmond cemetery. 0; 0; Intl-mnti- Hythe, England, Aug. 9. The Alo lied conference here reached a ngreemcnt this afternoon on plans for dealing with the Russo-Polis- h crisis. They include the of the blockado but on tho advice of tho experts no Allied troops will be employed. Tho plans arc subject to the approval of the British parliament which Premier Lloyd George will adThe conference dress tomorrow. com-plet- wobbling. Never o all purTl'stpry more been done for government, VfwfJ r was sacrifice more sublime, Tm most precious things of heart and homey wre given up in a spirit Wblcb gqeW entree the perpetuity of our Instttjy Hons if tho faith s kept with thM tio served and suffered, The country received with iBfeffffc to say the least, the announcement Dcmocratlo Candidate Would from Chicago, where the Republican national contention was assembled,? Enter League, Immediately that a plntfnnn plunk, dealing with the1' subject of world pence, had beea1) Ratify Treaty and State Indrawn, lenvlng out tho Lodge reserve- -' tlons, nnd yet remaining agreeable to terpretation of Covenant all Interests, meaning thereby the Lodge reservntlonlsts, the mild SAYS "BACK TO THE and the group of Republican senators that openly opposed the ' NORMAL" MEANS REACTION League of Nntlons In any form. "As the platform mado no definite,, It committal of policy and was. In fact,' Failure to Enforce Prohibition Wora Than Law's Violation De- so artfully nhrnsed as to make almost any deduction possible, It passed clares Preeent Congress Has Not through the convention with practical ' Pasoed a Single Constructive Law, unanimity. Senntor Johnson, however, but Has Spent Time and Millions In whose position has been consistent and" 8eeklng to Make America's Military whose opposition to the league In any' shape la well known, withheld bis sup- -' Triumph an Odious Chapter In Hi- port of the convention's choice until storyFavors Repeal of War Taxes, the candidate had surfed the meaning) Criminal Proeecutlon of Profiteers, of the plntform, and announced defi' More Adequate Supervision of Rail nitely the policy that would be his. If elected. roade, a National Budget System, "Senntor Harding makes this new and Woman Suffrage. pledge of policy In behalf of his party: j " 'I promise you format and effective peace so quickly as a Republican congress can pass its declaration for a ' Here Is a summary of the speech Republican executive to sign.' of Governor James M. Cox, Demo"This means but one thing a eepe. cratic candidate for president, at rate peace with Germany I the notification ceremonies at Day"No less an.authority than Senator, ton: Lodge said, before the heat of recent League of Nations. Would enter controversy, that to make peace exthe league, Immediately ratify the cept In company with the Allies would trentr nnd state our Interpretation 'brand us everlastingly with dishonor of the covenant In reservations as and bring ruin to us.' a matter of good faith and as a "And then after peace Is made with Germany, Senator Ilardlng would, he matter of precaution against any misunderstanding In the future. snys, 'hopefully approach the nations of Europe and of the earth, proposing The Interpretation to clearly show that understanding which mnkes us a that the league is not an alliance willing participant In the consecration and that Its basic purpose Is peace of nations to a new relationship.' and not controversy." "In short, America, refusing to enter Domestic Problems. Would rethe League of Nations (now already peal war taxes; reduce federal taxation; suggests, In place of excess profits tax, substitution of volume of business tax. Profiteering. Promises penalisation under the criminal law. Labor. Stimulate Americanization. Writ of injunction should not be abused. Mo necessity now for the drastic laws of war days; guarantee of free speech; recognition of the rights of the principle of collective bargaining. Child life of the nation should be conserved. Agriculture. Federal government should sponsor agriculture and food production. Farmer should be amply compensated for his work. Favors municipal markets. ReguWould Inlation of cold storage. crease area of tillable land. Objective National Prosperity. should be decreased tenantry and stimulation of borne ownership. Food Supply. More adequate suM. pervision of railroads; utilization, waterways. of Financial and Commercial. Extols federal reserve act and established by twenty-nin- e nations) Would extend famarine. and bearing and deserving the concilities for exchange and credit and tempt of the world, would submit on stimulate foreign trade. entirely new project. This act would National Budget. Favors a naeither be regarded as arrant madness Would retional budget system. or attempted international bosslsm. duce armament expenditures on "These are fateful times. Organised entering league of nations. government has a definite duty all over RepubUngenerostty. Republican the world. The house of civilization licans failed to recognize that is to be put In order. The supreme IsAmerica had saved the world or sue of the century is bofore us and the to appreciate the struggles and sacnation that halts and delays Is playing rifices of those who, In arms or with fire. The finest impulses of huhelped win the war. Industry, manity, rising above national Unas, Present Congress has not passed a merely seek to make another horrible single constructive law, but spent war Impossible. Under the old order time and millions in seeking to of International anarchy war came overnight, and tho world was on fire make military triumph an odious chapter in history, before we knew It It sickens our We bare senses to think of another. Mexican Situation. neither lust for their domain nor Ratification First Duty. disposition to disturb their rights. "The first duty of the new adminisDisabled Soldiers. Pledges Imtration clearly will bo tho ratification mediate efforts to provide vocationof the treaty. The mattor should be al training and favors employment approached without thought of the bitof disabled soldlurs of World War terness of the past. The public verby Federal Board to supervise tho dict will havo been rendered, and I am rehabilitation of disabled soldiers. confident that the friends of world Prohibition. ''Any candidate for peace as It will be promoted by the league will have In numbers the conthe presidency who soya ho does not Intend to enforce tho low U stitutional requisite to favorable senamore unworthy than the law viotorial action. The captious may say lator." that our platform roference to reservaWoman Buffrage-Btrong- ly tions Is vague and Indefinite. Its mean- fa Ing, In brief, is that wn shall state vored. O Octal Responsibility, Opposed I our Interpretation of the covenant as to "government by party;" pledgee 'a matter of good faith to our asso service to the peoplo as a whole, dates and as a precaution against any misunderstanding In the future, Bducetloik Federal government t, The point Is that after the people shall should net encroach on local bat rather sbouUJ create on .I have spoken Urn league will be In the hands of Its friends in the senate, and enlarged public laUrwit. a safe index as to what they will do Is Ouapelgn Contributions, No narrow dividing line between the 'supplied by what reservations they nave prcpoeoti in lue yusi. nauw legitimate and the Illegitimate, months ago, In a contributed article to underlying purpose only deterala tho New York Times, I expressed my tag. own opinion of tbo situation as U then Industrial Pe&cev We Want a was, I reproduce It here change from the world Pf yester"There oan be no doubt but that day, from the eld tujwr world. itome senators have been conscientious We are at (he "forks ( the road," in their desire to clarify the provisions "return to the aora&l" of the treaty, Two things apparently PMsjie mDtiotilta," have dUturbed them f First, they want-e- d to make sure that the league was hi speeefc tit not to be an alliance, end that Its basja DeyW, Q, aeeeetanai today Qoveraov itWf M, purpose was peace and Dot con trover-sp- , Second, they wanted the other Cos; addeasiag a great srewd, sate kS. power signing the instrument to ua derstand. our constitutional limitations wfeMi wlii ft to "Wt pow, beyond wbtett thereuty-ewWtraJrtt tMektM, HfUM fctlMf HraUt-wtli.Tfela aa.tlsaa lei ej cannot ao, Dealing wjth these twa ta PEACE KEYNOTE S OF COX SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE reser-vntlon- lsts ) ' ' n I: 13 mer-chn- nt 1 JAMES COX . J coo-tro- At, frt( m m u4 ui (Continued on Page Five) I 1 fago Two THE, CITIZEN August 12, 1020. plain good lood. lhcro arc many slbtlity In keeping us Informed of tho Ilshmcnt of tho first Normal School interesting pcoplo stopping hero end progress of their classmates. Sec (about 1833), to tho present time, all when we tiro of seclusion, wc can retaries of group associations, ns thoy graduates of Normal Schools in the (This space belong Jo the Alumni Association of llcrea College. Ankles, dean McAllister attends enjoy these friendly contacts with nre organized, will bo ablo to pass on United States, both public and prinews Items nml personal letters frctii graduates will be published In full or Ir EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE folks bigger and broader than ourinteresting Items about their mem-bcr- vate, number less than 600,000. Tho abstract every week The Alumni Kdltor, Secy. M. K. VnuKhn, Bere.i Col. The Depnrtmcnt of tho Interior selves. lege, Hcren, Ivy., will be plensnl to receive any communication of Interet The forco of these suggestions number of teachers required this Burenu of Education in cooperation Yesterday afternoon we heard what! from members of the Association.) will appeal to you; for while you year to fill tho elementary school powith tho governor nnil school depart I consider the greatest address I've' Class of 1912 will tnko excellent caro of your end sitions Is approximately 750,000. Th Ky. Died Ncwby, 1914. ment of Tcnncssco cnllcd a confer' Montcnglo, Au- ever heard by Raymond Robbins, sub-- 1 Adams, William Andrew, B.Pcd. Ar Taulbcc, Maggie, A.B., Campton, of tho line, wo really can't expect you per cent of trained teachers in our ence of education at jit.... to writo our letters and originate schools Is very small. In somo states xiiu iwiiiuuKu ui imisngvism. R Tenrhflr. 0. Kv. Teacher. Address, Muskogee, Fla, Vw.non gust 2 to 7. The topic for tho conAs Mr. Robbins was tho head of the' news about us. about 60 per cent of tho tcachora aro Editor frl Owsley icq. Address, ference was, "Practical and Possible Rod Cross unit In Russin during tho I It occurs to mo that probnbly wo without professional training of any TO ALUMNI AND OTHER FOR- Ideals In Education for tho South." war, ho woll qualified for such hnve started to build up alumni in- degree. MER STUDENTS Col well, Horace, B.L. Dakota, Tcnn. It proved to be a very largo and cn a complexwas discussion. After tho nd- terest on too narrow n foundation; Tho graduates of nil tho Normal enthusiastic gathering. Reprosonta Stud, of U. of Tcnn.. Address, Now Wo nre publishing In tho Alumni that Is, solely with tho College alum- Schools of tho United States for tho states were pres dress, which lasted one and one-haMexico. tives from sixteen hours, an open forum, or discussion McFerron. John D.. D.Ped. Plnn mil. Column this week n letter from Mr. ni. There nre, ns I remember, about present year together with nil gradent on tho first day of the meeting. continued for nn hour, giving one a They aro uates of tho other h'ghcr Institus- - Michigan, Ave, 300 living Col lego alumni. stihvc,l Ky. Teacher, County Supt. This was intended primarily for a most comprehensive grasp of tho Chicago, president of tho Alumni As- - our primary interest right now, but tions of learning who purposo to go dress, Ft. Mills, Fin. citizen's meeting, tho purpose being whole "Red" situation. A thousand Mr. Stilwcll's letter tells naturally, tho Alumni section, If de into tho teaching work, number less Todd, Alvin Dexter, A.B. to arouse a greater interest on tho people had driven West socintlon. from tho surroundIts own story, but by way of empha- voted wholly to Collogo Alumni, will thnn 30,000. Hampton, Mass. Teacher. Stud. part of tho public in the school con ing country to hear this have n tendency, after our first burst wonderful Tho number of schools without Hartford Thco. Scm. Died 1915. sis I wish to add a few words from ditions and needs address. tho viewpoint of tho Alumni Editor of enthusiasm, to grow smnllor. teachers nt tho present timo Is nb.'ut Cox, Sara M., B.S. Dean McAllister, of Bcrea Normal Munfordsville, Would it not bo better to build on a ir.o,ooo. L,ast evening tho hillside servi.ro Ky. Teacher. Married Mr. Fouscr. who is making every effort possible School, was present anu actcu as pro- to keep tho Alumni section going for brondcr foundation by Including in siding officer during the first meeting was led by Lisle Rader, of Chicago, Address, Harvey, 111. Thero Is not n slnglo stata In tho the Alumni Section news information ' which has anything Monday morning. Ho later mado on n great friend of ".Mel Trotter." Pickerln, Mnry, M., B.S. Broadwell, tho Interest and information of widely regarding nlumnl of tho Normal, United States O. Grad. In Mass. General Hos- scattered people. In tho first place, hillsido sen-Icliko an ndequato equipment for is n boautHul address upon tho 'Trogrcss in Edu-jTh- is thero nre two things absolutely neces Acndomy, Vocational and othcri training of tho teachers necdod in cation in tho Mountain Counties of f cnturo which has been enrried on for I pital, Boston. Address-Ma- rsh, sary to keep up interest In this sec schools in tho group? And nro you that stato for elementary schools. "Preparation of a number of years just at the clvo' Corn Ellen, B.S. Kentucky," and tho Baraboo, I tlon. Our graduates must take not (or your office) tho very person Wo nro spcndlng-n- t present 25,000.-00- 0 of day, with the rosy sunset mirrored Wis. Teacher. Married C. R. Teachers for Rural Schools." I The Citizen In order to bo exposed to undertnko this larger program? I in the lake below. dollars nnnunlly in tho United One instinctively ui Address, Stephen, Wis. suggestion,! to the Alumni section each week, and This, of course, is only n States for, teacher training. If wo beautiful words:' Class of 1913 MR. AND MRS. TAYLOR WRITE recalls Bryant's each reader must write something of but I nm suro tho idea has como to were to Incrcaso that amount Here we arc sitting in n doublo "The groves were God's first temple." Anderson, Chas. Claud, B.S. Conklin, you in connection with your collogo nnd thereby Incrcnss tho number of Ky. Teacher. Farm Demonstrator, interest thnt enn bo published. Letawing under a shady tree on tho very At 7:30 wo again heard Dr. Campbell Work, and since you hnve been edit-- 1 trained teachers Student in W. Va. 'Address, Mor- - ters have been coming in qulto liber- ing it would edgo of beautiful Winona Lake, In- - Morgan on the parable of tho 'loaves College Alumni Section. tho ally, but they should come hi such ganton, W. Vn. rcqulro at least a generation to catch diana. The lake is as clear as crys- - and fishes," emphasizing tho two With regards to nil Beren friend, largo numbers ns to furnish us n up with our need, so as to ivpp'.y tho tal and is about three miles long and great points of responsibility: "What Cromer, Wm. John, A. B. Bradford, Very sinccroly yours, to draw upon from tlmo to I nm necessary teachers. 0. Teacher. Address, Springfield, n mllo wide, surrounded by rich farm- - havo you!" "GIvo ye' them to eat.". Clyde S. Stlllwell. time. I am having Mr. Stilwcll's letTho officers of S. A. T. T. I. for W eountrv. with clumps of trees He mado us all feel so rich In God's O. Mr. .Marshall E. Vaughn, next year nre: President, President common gifts, and so plainly tho Gnbbard, Elmer E., B.S. Cow Creek, ter published principally for tho Inst Secretary, coming down to tho water's edge. Beren College, Brueo R. Payne, Georgo Peibcdy Ky. Grad. Presbyterian Thco. Scm., half of it. I heartily support his The villago itself contains about world's nco.d of our sympathy and view that our alumni interest should Beren, Kentucky. College for tcachern; Louisville. Minister. Address, during the winter, but on ac- - help. A Mr. Alvin, who sang tho 2000 bo brond enough to tnko in every Dean Cloyd N. McAllister, Bcrea Buckhorn, Ky. count of tho great musical and liter-- 1 solo parts last week in tho "Messiah," S. A. T. T. I. MEETS student who has finished any departNormal School, Bcr.-- Cotlegi; attraction the population swells sang very feelingly "Tho Way of Imric, Normnn, A., B.L. London, ment in Berea, and should includo all ary Prof. Thomas Al- Canada. Teacher, Y.M.C.A. Sec. Tho third nnnunl meeting of tho ry-Treasurer, d They havo n in summer time to fifteen thousand. Peace." n r ranee, jsoimer. Address, caro college students, many of whom have Southern Association of Tcacher cxander, George PcMxidy Collogo for The roads round about hero are pipe organ In tho Tabernacle which finished their courses in other institumakes Institutions exceedingly well kept and on which my fingers and toes tinglo and ' of Culver Military Academy, Cul- - tions and aro holding positions of TrainingTcabody College was held at teachers. ver, Ind. Georgo for Teachers, I hope to play very soon. special occasions neighbors drive in ' Karnosh, Louis J., B.S. Nells, O. honor and distinction in tho world. Nashville, Tcnn., August 4th nnd fth. ' so as to completely fill the new audiThis afternoon Rev. Chas. A.Tind-- , Winter and Designer. Address. Wc. earnestly solicit correspondence . A largo representation was prcsrnt. ... torium, capacity ten thousand. i ii - e -- . 11722 Park View Ave, Cleveland, O. anu articles irom any anu nil oi , Pr...t.nt pnv ,ii..PPriI th The cottages and hotels are built made a powerful address. Ho is in Little, Rev. Henry A., A.B. Johnson Bcrca's former students. ing address. Tho purpose of tho asTh8 Wonders of Amsrlca on the ridge overlooking the lake and charge of a great Institutional work Let us have a bit of Interesting sociation is to sft stnmlarJs for tho City, Tenn. Methodist Minister.' the abundance of maples, oaks and in our home city and therefore wo news about all our students. If you Teacher Training Institutions of tho Address, Johnson City, Tcnn. Gr T. T. MAXEY elms make a magnificent, restful were greatly interested, Oldficld, Hugh M., B.S. Brice, O. nro a poet give us a chance to pub- South, nnd to aid such institutions in grove. The squirrels hero are cvsn you nre a nov- maintaining these standards. This evening wo arc to havo a Teacher, Supt. of School, Barbours- - lish a few rhymes. If more tame than in Berea, and tho great debate on tho League of NaGLACIER NATIONAL PARK. ville, Ky. Address, Barboursvllle, elist, tell us about your best book, Committees reported on tho followone birds are so friendly as to make can bo purchased. and where it Ky. tions between Senator G. M. Hitching investigations: Is one of the newer of our think of "Hiawatha's chickens." I can sec a future of fellowship and cock (Democrat) and Honorable Porter, Noah Glenn, B.S. Hanover, 1. Entrnnce requirements to tho GI.ACIi:il museums" or naIn tho great audhorlum is a con- Jackson Morris, Kentucky (Republimutual help waiting for all former collcgiato departments of Teacher tional iwuks. Srnttcrtil throuchotit lt O. Teacher, Principal of II. S. On can). A "Hot tlmo In tho old town." good things. tinual feast of students of Beren if they enter Training Institutions. Address, Tobosco, O. j tquiirc mile Is a Jumblo of moun-- i Saturday evening a musical contejt tnlus, Klirlers. rlvcm, luki's and water into this Sellers, Randolph F., B.S. Moreficld, heartily I guess ! 2. Resources, equipment and inThIN in which some fifty voices are blended O. Supt. of School, Montezuma, O. scheme proposed by the Alumni As- structional staffs of institutions Uullderwhich looks like "the Great Tomorrow night ono of tho greatImil left tho odds nml ends of in gentle rivalry, the adjudicator for sociation. If tho reader Is a sub- awarding bnccalaurcato degree. Army Y.M.C.A. Sec, State UniverIs to ba his world inuklic herv In one dUor- the evening being Prof. R.' G. Jones, est pageants In tho world sity, Berea College. Married Hen scriber of Tun Citizen anil knows of 3. Curriculum of tho Two-Yetiered hewn." He was very fair and presented. "The history of a nation of Chicago. rietta Beecher. Address, JG23 somo former students who are not Normal School. A newspnper mnn tolled hnnl to just in his criticism, but at times al- that profoundly affects tho course of advise them to subscribers, let him 4. Curricula of thoso institutions reach the top of one of the -- It j land events since its inception" will bo m Clarcnccdnlo Ave., Youngstowri O. a m most harsh; after all, however, our mns- Jeiicrson, t fall In line. M. E. Vnughn, Alumni nwarding tho baccalnureato degree. trails. Itwtlnc on n boulder nml look -lerr- u.foa. Jctts harshest critics often serve us help shown in its salient aspects. Ono of, creeK, ivy. icacner, am., U. of Editor. r. Whnt credit Universities should Ing fsr out over the forests, across a up to greater and tho most impressivo features will bo fully by stirring us valley to u guperbly Cal. Address, Tollume, Cal. give to Two-YeNormal School ihn fimrn of Donald Robertson as higher ambitions. A Miss Catherine c,ick- - vo,n' Frances, A.B, August C, 1920, Kirby courses or Normal School work in I'Piiutlful mountain Inko, he declared lit bed UleeoreriMl "Where (Jod sat Carmichael nets as part accompanist "White Cloud," who acts as chorus of Knob, Ky. Married John Mnrlatt. Dear Marshall: goncral. when he made Aiuertea." and is one of the cleverest 1'vo ever abridgement between tho various ep enmo just Your letter of Juno 20 Address, Defiance, O. C. Resources, equipment and inisodes. Ho will bo dressed as a great The dominating ftmture of Glacier heard. ns I was leaving for a .vncation. I structional staff of Normal Schools Ik Ita tnamtAceMtly carved mountains. Indian Chief and is said to bo a won- Davidson, Anna Louise, B.S. On Sunday morning a great Bible congratulate " you on tho and Colleges which aro doing colle- It contain anme of the tumt treiuen-don- a O. Address, Ccntcrsburg, want to derful pageant director. Wo hope to class of several hundred met out get some helpful ideas O. Alumni section of The Citizen, giate work but nro not granting n pkiioramas In the wurld. Some for our Bcrea under the trees and were led by Dr. pageant this fall when our President, Fro- -' Anna Louise, A.B. Zurlck, which surely is n groat success. I dogrco. of Its praka one of cathedrals, A. Christie Brown made me. think Ti,frJ,!n U lnniim,rnti.ri. others of fort nml rustle. The uus Switzerland. Student In Zurick. have been greatly intorsted in read7. Practico nmong southern InstiWn nrn nn-- 1 of my great class there in Berea, Teacher in Berea College. Address, ing the lottors that havo been ap- tutions of highor learning in tho mat- and vrlB'N of hmi'lrvds of years have ticipating a rich treat this week when tinted their unnitiltx with varying only older grown and "whiskered." pearing in tho Alumni section, nnd I ter of records. Amelita Galll Curci gives a concert; -- ,orcn K haa. Often llu lr stiles are covered At eleven, Dr. G. Campbell Morgan, nm suro tho alumni npprecinto whnt All committees were requested to With Rfeat. here. Billy Sunday nnd our old t "nrrison, xviizaocin, i.ec, is.u. uerea, Kteclern Ice formerly of London Tabernacle, EngKy. Asst. Librarian, Beren Col you arc doing, and will prove willing continue their Investigation and rc- aniii of wlilrh travel fully live friend "Rody" will dedicate tho great land, gave a wonderful discourse from to help you by passing along infor- )wrt nt tho next meeting. lege. Address, Berea, Ky. Itiohea In a yenr. lttwMin or below new Auditorium on August 13th, aftho text Jor. 17:12, and a quartette thru) are apleiKtid fort-tt- a of ilue. 'Die King, Bertha, V., B.L. Berea, Ky. mation about thonuolvus and othor An nddross was given by Prof. ter which tho Bible conference will of ladies rendored a beautiful selecIwlweoii woodl'd the alumni. Teacher. Address, Warren, Ky. Rhondes, Stato High School meadows continue for two weeks. tion. Also tho chorus gave a wonderI want to emphasize some of the Inspector of Kentucky, upon tho "Jun- iwttrheg are a riot of wild Uowern. Meyers, Nancy B., A.B. Richmond, Hut the ttiiimne Iteauty of this perk And so our days pass quickly by- -all ful selection: "From Every Stormy methods by which intoroet in the ior Collogo Situation In Kentucky." Ky. Address, Richmond, Ky. KiouhtalH-hetniaml- , Is It mirrorlike filled with added interest. Thus a Nowcomer, Lillian M., B.L. (A.B. in Alumni Section may be kopt up: The principal address Wind That Blows," Mrs. Dickey singof tho mooting la ken, fed by glacial stream which rich reward after the intensive year' ing the vocal obligate Sho is the 1910). Hope, Kan. Teacher. Mar- First, through communications from was given by Hon. P. P. Claxton, tumble down the mountain aide, often daughter of the foundor of this great work in Berea. Wc naturally think Address alumni; second, through tecrotnrios United States Commissioner of Edu- In tall, rlbltoHltke falls of creet beauty. ried D. Witt Wolfe. of our friends ofhki in this feast of assembly. of classes; and third, through sec- cation, on Thursday morning. His Cleveland, Va. Add to thin an oecnalotial clltutaie of We are living in a very comfort- good things, and until wc meet again, Newton, Cora, E., B.S. Huntley, 111. retaries of group associations. Sec- subject was, "Increased Rovcnuo for n SwUs chalet (for the aeooinmodn-tlo- n of vlltor) and you hav nn able little hotel on the hillside (The kindly think of us as Married Mr, Rowc. Address, Van retaries of classes, especially tho lar Teacher-Trainin- g Institutions." Somo eoniliiii'itlon for the troe lover ger classes of tho last ten years, of tho facts which Mr. Claxton Franconia), with plenty of shade sincerely your friend's, Wert, O. Most the wild nnd the trees and wide porches and plenty of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Taylor. Pecklmm, Mrs. F. B., B. L. Nowby, should assume considerable respon-- 1 brought out wcro: Sinco tho cstab- of General College News Berea College Alumni Association , s. lf Ad-iCl- y,, m i Gll-lisp- ten-fol- d ten-fol- Secreta- fine-tone- '. er I I ar I ar Howcr-carpete- d j Mc-He- BereaS College Hospital During the coming year Bcrea College Hospital will offer two distinct courses in Nursing. Tho shorter course will bo exactly liko tho course that has been given sinco tho Hospital has boon founded. It is intended for young women who have not the educational preparation for tho longor course, but who doeire to rondor as much practical sorvlco ns thoy can. Graduates from this courgo are in demand, nnd may oxpett to recolvo from ten to twenty dollars a week for their service. Thoy will not bo qualified to take charge of a hospital, nor can they demand tho high pay of tho Registered Nurse, but thoy nre very valuable to every community and thero should bo a number of young womon to enter this course. Applicants for this course muit be past cightcon years of age, of good hoalth and rugged constitution; must have finished tho oighth grade in good standing. This course requires eighteen months, largely of practical bedside work. In addition to fifty-tw- o hours of data-roowork for completion. m and School of Nursing Tho longer courso is for thrco years and prepares Its grnduatos for tho Stato examination. All persons successful in this examination receive tho R. N. Diploma and aro permitted to practico in other states as well as in Kentucky. Tho first twenty-tw- o months of this courso will bo spent In Beren College Hospital, nnd tho last nlno months in tho Louisvillo City Hospital. Candidates for this courso must have passed their eighteenth birthday, bo In good health, nnd show evidenco of having had ono year of high school, of Its equivalent. Nursing is n great profession and many of our young women who deslro to render a maximum scrvico to tho pcoplo in greatest need should enter this profession, Bcrea Collogo will open September ID, nnd any desired information about tho School of Nursing, or any other of tho institution, may bo Beoured by writing to tho College Secretary, COST or LIVING, By good businoss management nnf rtnd. d or my, tho f kgn Is ablo to rcduco tho cost of Uv g m to tho lowoat possible figure. TIiq timoj nro working linrtl against us and tho constant battlo with the high cost of all roH.modil.es u a trying one, but thus far the Gdlr-ghas won. Tuition is free, tnoIdontal'fQQ ?5,"?Jt and 87 a term, noMrdiiib' to the course lakon, room and board for nbit 8125 a year and many other valuablo and necessary addilinns lo the student's school life, sugh as gymnasium, athletics, hospital and laoiur&s ar free. All etudonls from tho mountains abovo fifteen years of age, of good character, studious habits and a willingnoss to work aro Invilcd and will find a wholehearted weliowa to Bam, hut thoy must mako reservations in advance lrca Write for a Catalogue and book of Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL' E. VAUGHN, Bcrea, Kentucky. August 13, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Three) TVf AT NOBODY KNEW7 HOLW)IrHY 6 HALL "No, I'm not I Not until I'm "ready to I I'm not af rnld of tho wholo crowd of youl I'm not going to be bullied and' bulldozed Inlo " Ho nttempted to brush past Cullen, the older innn ennght lilm by" the nnn. "Take your hands off me I" "You stay where you nrol" stormed Cullen. "Until you "If you lay your hnnds on mo onco more, Mr. Cullen, I'll . . . don't you forget I know what this means! I'll hnvo you " "Oh. your law I" Cullen snorted It contemptuously. "For Gotl's sake, don't snivel about It . . . stand up nnd take It like a man, If you've got nny mnnhood In you I For n law student you're . . . well, don't try to can" 8YNOPSI8. Neullly. "raoee, his face dliflRurcJ beyond reroimltlon, an American soldier CHAPTKn I.-- In bate hospital at serving In the French army attract attention by hi deep despondency. Asked by the surceons for a photograph to guide thtm In making over hl face, he offers In rlerlslen a picture of the Savior, bidding them take that as a moll. They do o, making a remarkable likeness. wns giving up his lire ns Dutotit had given his . . . with n smile for the fate, nnd n blessing for the future. He- cause he wnsnfrnld. tinnervedly nfrnld. Hint Angola, nfter nil. wns In love with him nnd when lie put n stop to thnt. It wns tho beginning nt the end."" CHAPTER XII. j As he crossed the threshold of the CHAPTER I!. Invalided home, on the , he boat he meets Martin Harmon, New Tork long, overilerorntod drnwlns-ronmknew Intuitively that he had blunbroker, who Is attracted by his remarkable features The gives his dered upon n ellmnx. This he sened name as "Henry llllllard," and his home from the attitude of the three who s Syracuse, New Yor. He left there ' under a cloud, and Is embittered against turned townrd htm n he entered his former fellow townsmen. Harmon sensed It before he saw whnt wns In makes him a proposition to sell mining llielr eyes. . . . Tho ntmosphcrn stocks In Syraruse, concealing his Identity. He accepts It. seeing In It a chance wns vllirnnt. ns though from sound wnves which had passed beyond, nnd to make good and prove he has bven underestimated. yet left traces of the swell behind ClIAITEIt IH -- In 8yracue "llllllard" them. Tho room was silent; but of n (In reality lllchard Morgan) Is accepted silence more confounding than n deafas a stranger He visits James Cullrn, a ening turmoil. former employer, relating a story of the Illlllnnl. standing on the threshold, death of Itutmrd Morgan, and Is surprised at the regret ahon by Cullen and was himself the center of this ntmns. his youthful daughter Angela. While at pherc; he felt It partly because his the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan's mood wns so flexible nnd portly beformer fiancee, makes a call. cause the three who faced him had repeats to Carol simultaneously thrown their fixed CHAPTER his story of Morgan'a death and la deeply on him. thrown It directly nnd moved by the evidence of her deep feelchnllcng!ncly. Including him In tho ing for the supposed dead man. He however, to continue the decepflnnle of the climax, while they stood tion. motionless ns statues. He looked at ext CHAPTER day llllllard gain-er- a Waring, whoso expression wns defenfrom Angela that Carol had always Angela, loved IXck Morgan, and while delivering sively acute; he looked nt flushed, palpitant, nnd excited; he to her a letter supposedly from her nnd flsncee realties that his affection Is looked nt Mr. Cullen. unchanged. His welcome by Doctor Dufrowning; nnd Illlllnnl caught his rant. Carol's father, also shakes his res. breath, ns n swimmer who launches lutlon to continue the deception, but he himself to n high dive, nnd walked conquer It composedly Into the drawing-room- . CHAPTER VI.-- In Syracuse llllllard Is "I hoiie," ho snld gravely, "I'm not looked upon as a capitalist and mining Am I?" expert, and In that capacity. In pursuance Intruding. The trio wns gnlvantzed Into nctlon; of his object. Interests Cullen In the possibility of wealth In mining properties. Cullen fairly leaped nt him. "llllllard I" The Cullena arid Hltllard go to the Durant ho snld. "thank tho Lord I you're the borne for dinner. very man we wnnt!" at tne CHAPTER llllllard smiled straight Into Culljjn's Durante" convince llllllard that the doctor eyes. and his daughter had always been his "That's why I'm here," ho snld. true friends, and his love for Carol becomes stronger He realises he has a danWnrlng laughed loudly too loudly; gerous rival In Jack Armstrong, also very nnd tho Inugh stopped short, for Culmuch In love with Carol, and the two men len wns towering over him Culln tacitly agree to fight It out fairly, binning with Indignant wrath, and with VIH.-Dehis success In n hand resting on Milliard's shoulder. CHAITER Interesting capitalists of Syracuse In his "Now go on." snld Cullen command-Ingly- . mining venture (which he believes to be a d "We don't wnnt nny proposition) llllllard regrets having sound placed himself In such a false position, work nround Tiere, Itufus. I've but In Justice to Harmon feels he must go told you thnt once already. Go on! on. He makes confession to Carol of his say It to his face! You're conversalove for her, and she admits the possibility of his affection I log returned la tional enough behind his back say It time. to his fucel Either you tell him or I will !" The boy wiped his forehead. Beads Waring, youthCHAITER ful suitor of Angela Cullen, Jealous of of swent stood out on It. llllllard, becomes angrily watchful of the It Isn't . . . "Mr. Cullen latter' business. Harmon visits SyraIt Isn't fair . . ." cuse, and a prominent business man of "Knir!" Angeln' soprano bnd risen the city, seeing them together, warns "Ilufe Waring, after llllllard of Harmon's reputation. Disto n turbed, llllllard asks Harmon for an exwljat you've been saying, you talk nbout planation, jind the broker unguardedly being fair I Why If you" admits a former swindle, and also that "Hush I Angela!" Her father's the mining proposition Is a "fake." llllwns peremptory enough to llard threatens to make the knowledge public, but Harir.on shows him he has quell her Instantly. lie wheeled buck made himself an accessory. llllllard sees nothing to do but go on with the deals. lard for-mtight-lipped p!te under-hnndeIX.-R- ufus run awjy from It, then. , . . Are you going to tell him, or nm I?" The nnswer wns delnycd; Cullen swung nround to llllllnrd. "Then I'll tell yoti myself Know whnt this boy's been saying nbout you? Coming up to ns when you're not here, and trying to knife you when you're not looking?" llllllnrd. who had been standing pnrnlyzed, found voice. "Why, I enn guess." he said, curiously calm. "And don't bo harsh with him. Sir. Cullen. As n mntter of fnct " Angeln bnd sprung between them; llllllnrd saw that her checks were tear-stnlnc- an Interview with CHAPTER X.-- In Carol, deeply touched by her friendliness and Intsrsst In him, llllllard almost determines to admit his duplicity, plead for forgiveness, and make a fresh start, but cannot nerve himself to the confession. Yes, ho could gather his resources nntl plnce tlicm, together with himself, In the hnnds of his subscribers, nnd their vengeance would ho twofold; onco for their loss out of pocket, once for the loss out of faith, lie hnd deserved no leniency, nnd he expected none. Hut ns for thoso 'who, without the flnnnclnl entanglement, had re spected him, nnd honored him, ns for Carol Durant nnd Angela . . . Well, ns for Carol, ho was nt least relieved of the terrific mental convulsion which would surely hnvo fallen upon him If ho had had reason to that she loved him. As It was. her shock nt his disaster would bo tempered by Armstrong's sane phlloso- - i d phy; nt most, she would loso in a n friend of only a few months man she had wanted to retain ns a friend, hut by her own admission ns thnt, nnd no more. This was n consolation . . . trilling and fragile, to be sure, but something saved out of the wreck. As to Armstrong llllllnrd, marveling somewhat nt his own tolerance, wished him Joy. Armstrong wris lino nnd clean nnd manly; ho had well merited his victory. As to Mr. Cullen llllllard wns torn with regret, hut nfter nil, Cullen's gullibility wns what had inndu tho campaign so childishly simple. As to Angela . . , who had really loved him . . . 'Oh, tho poor llttlo Uldl" snld llllllard softly. "Tho poor llttlo kid. be-Uemi-HarM And perhaps ho had never loved Carol Durnnt so much ns when, at ten o'clock thnt sunny morning, ho went up the steps of Angela's house to destroy a llttlo girl's regard for him bo fore It could bo destroyed by others. On the doorstep, he found strength In the memory of poor I'lerro Dutout In a wnjr, Jlllllard felt that he, too, "It's nothing but Jealousyl" sho cried vehemently. "He's said horrible things nbout youl He's nlwnys saying things nbout you I He "Angola!" Cullen almost fnlrly shouted It "I tell you, this Is my house, nnd I won't hnve nny more of this Infernal nonsenso In It! Henr me? I've bnd nil the nonsense I'm going to stand from anybody I Itufus, you stay right there I Angoln, you keep quiet I" Ho turned to llllllnrd. "If you'd come In n half minute sooner, you'd hnve heard this young trying to make you out a swindler! Trying to class you with fnke promoters nnd mining shnrksl Yes Hint's what he did I Youl And look at him! Look at him t I wnnt to tell you. llllllnrd. It'll take more thnn to start anything nround his sny-shere I Don't you open your mouth, Itufus . . . you bnd your chnncc nnd you wouldn't tnko Itl And I wnnt to tell you right here nnd right now " "Wnlt n minute." llllllnrd wns deadly quiet; the only quiet member of the quartette. "There's no use In telling nil the neighbors Just yet." He regnrtled Wnrlng kindly. "Do you mind repenting precisely whnt you did sny, Itufus? Don't you think I'm entitled to that much?" The boy flushed ngonlzedly; ho wns the accuser, and yet he couldn't meet Illlllnrd's eyes. It wasn't guilt; It was mere Intellectual Inferiority; nnd yet It gave exactly tho opposite Impression. "Well." he said desperately, "I know hearsay evidence Is no good, so I got It first hand In your own room In the Onondaga, didn't I? You won't deny thnt, will you? I didn't Just pick up minors I got It from you. Didn't I go there nnd ask you questions, nnd didn't you give me the dntn? Show me figures nnd everything? And I told Mr. Cullen tho very next day. It didn't look good to me." His voice rose stridently. "AH right, I'll sny to him, nnd I'll sny It to you, and I'll sny It to anybody that'll listen to me I It didn't look good to me then, and It doesn't now. I told him you ncted darned funny nbout It, And Just now I've been telling him I don't believe It's straight You're too blamed sketchy about It, and It's got nil the earmarks of a bum promotion I There . . . Cullen I" The omission of tho prefix to the father of his Idol wns the worst Insult he could conceive. Cullen's hnnd wns still on Hllllnrd's shoulder and It was llllllard whom he addressed, explosively, nnd with thnt pnrtlculnr sort of muffled fury which rises best from n set of circumstances not thorpughly understood. "Whnt this Is nil nbout Is beyond met Only. If this law minnow has gono as far as this . . . We've got to get nt the bottom of It . . . You know thnt ns well ns I do, llllllard, nnturnl-ly- . Tho boy's as wild as a hawk. Heaven knows how far he'd go outside. This hns got to be clenred up I We'vo got to pound some senso Into ,hlin. llllllnrd was smiling vacuously; now that the blow had actually fallen, and tho complaint officially lodged, ho felt dellclously relaxed, 'content- - IJeforo he could contrive u reply Waring was strident ngnln. "Yes." Tho student's volco was thin with acerbity. "Yes, you think you'ro pretty smart nil of you. Don't you? I como In hero to do you n kindness thnt anybody else, It seems to mo would take ns a favor, nnd you nnd Angoln Jump all over me why doesn't ho deny It? That's what I want to I Why doesn't ho say some"It's Nothing but Jealousyl He's Said know thing?" Horrible Things About Youl." Cullen looked at llllllard and mado to Wnrlng. "We're going to get ot tho a Rwlft deduction, and spoke It. bottom of this sooner or luter nntl "He's waiting for tho rest of It Go the sooner tho better. Tin waiting for on you'ro only half through tho yaru you to repeat whnt you Just told us, you told us." "Oh, very well." Waring gathered Itufus." There were .tears of anger In the courage. ''You enn hnvo ull you waut mnybo more thnn you wunt. You'd law student's eyes of nnger and of Impotence, lie gnvo Angela n look of have hud It sooner If you hadn't started yelling at me. I know what I'm superb disdain, shrugged his shoulders. "Well, thnt settles thntl" ho said, talking about; you people don't seem and ns Angela gnvo a gasp of under- to reullzo I'm In tho law I I don't go I wrote to a law firm standing, and turned angrily white, he off In llutte. Montana, thut's what I did. I laughed metallically. found out whut was tho biggest firm Cullen moved neurer to him. "Aro you going to speak up or not? there, and I wrote 'em a letter. They answered It, too, I got my Information wnuKo.lf von n ron' t . . ." Waring folded . his anus ; but ho right from tho ground, l'vo got a letstill fulled of tho pose ho planned, be- ter that says " Cullen swayed forward, his hand cause his eyes and his muscles were outsjretehed, rniunward, jrj9 direct traitor to him. said" o ... hnlf-scren- We" half-cocke- d. MAY CALIFORNIA ADOPT DI3. Not on your life I l'vo got It nil right CRIMINATORY LEGISLATION It snys the Sllvcrbow Mining corpora' IN NOVEMBER. tlon owns some ncrcngc. fast enough, n mine on It " but there Isn't Cullen vented Ills abandon of rage LAND OWNERSHIP THE ISSUE on tho empty air. "Well, who In tho devil over said there wns?" "Why . . . didn't you?" Tho nppenl Coast People Say Number of Orientals There Is Increasing and That was to Illlllnnl; nnd It was made In n tone of astonishment which would the Gentlemen's Agreement Is Being Violated. have been Indlrrons If there hadn't been tragedy behind It By JAMES P. HORNADAY. "No." llllllnrd shook his head. "You can't nccusc mo of thnt, nt least. Washington. A tllplonuitlc contro versy between the United States nnd . . . The only mine we ever mentioned wns one In prospect I nlwnys snld It Japan Is threatened because of tho wns n prospect, with nn old shnft on IHiK.sIblllty of discriminatory legisla It It. didn't I? And so It 1st Hut nn tion by tho state of California against old shaft Isn't n producing mine, the Japanese residents. And plcnse let him finish, Already Ilalnbrldgc Colby, secre Mr. Cullen I" tary of state, hns received representa"Well Tho boy hnd twin disks tions from the Japanese nmbussador of hectic finmc In his cheeks. "Thnt's here, nnd these nro known to have only n detail, nnywny . . . they snld been pucoly Informal nnd only IntendIt was . . . undeveloped . . . they ed to direct the attention of tho Uni said the shaft had been abandoned ted States government to tho Cal more than two years ngo, becnuso It ifornia sltuntion. Legislation which " wasn't worth much of nnythlng It Is promised will be submitted to n Cullen's hands were closing nnd unpopulnr referendum nt the Cnllfornln closing npoplectlcally. election In November Involves the Is "For Heaven's sake, who ever snld sue whether tho .Tnpanese shall bo It wasn't I two years ngo I We nil pTmltted to own lnnd In thnt state. know thntl Cilvo us some news, Five separate propositions, each of young man, give us some news I" which hinges on land ownership, nre Wnrlng wns breathing hnrd, and his Included In Cnllfornln proposals. First, Interest hnd switched to Angeln, who it Is proposed to prohibit land ownerstood adamant Indeed, he was sudship by the Japanese; second, to pro denly transformed to the status of n hibit Amcrlcnn-horJapanese minors suppllnnt rather than thnt of a prosefrom acquiring real estate; third, to cuting witness. prohibit the Jnpniieso from leasing "Well . . . they said It wns offered nny lnnd; fourth, to prohibit the Jap . . . two yenrs ngo to anybody anese pnrents from being guardians who'd take It . . . for ten thousand of their children's property; nnd fifth dollnrs . . . nnd nobody'd take It as a to prohibit the .Tnpanese from owning gift . . ." Interest In corporations holding land. "Oh. good Loidl" Cullen wns near Gentlemen's Agreement Vlolated7 well under to bursting. "Doesn't tho fool know Official Washington whnt n prospect Is? Hnsn't ho seen stands thnt the United States gov the reports? And still he " ernment enn take no legal action, ex"And . . . nnd the lnnd next to It cept to suggest to the Cnllfornln state wns . . . had' n mlno on It, the XLNC ofllciuls that no legislation should bo t Iolntlon mine. Hint's In pretty fair shape, but enacted to offend Jnpnn. that didn't signify nnythlng. . . ." Ho on the pnrt of the stnte of the so- paused for n moment "And there cnlled gentlemen's ngreement between hasn't been any work done on It to this country and Jnpnn might lend to speak of, for two years. . . . And tho difficulties between the two govern corporation report I got shows that n ments. Tho gentlemen's ngreement. fellow named Mnrtln Harmon's tho mndo In 1007, provides for tho control president of It, nnd Harmon's n cheap by Jnpnn ot Jnpnnese Immigration to Wall street man In New York. The this country, but the Cnllfornluns Uutte people don't consider him rc-- elnlm that It Is being vlotnted In spirit nnd thnt Hablle. And I've written to him fourljiy the Toklo government "T the Influx of Jnpnnese, with lower time s and he won't answer." "Ah!" said llllllnrd, startled. standards of living nnd Incessant "Well?" Cullen repeated his chalwork, Is n menace to the native Amcrlenge. Icnns. Under the gentlemen's ngreo " 'That's nil." He gazed beseechingly ment, Japan agreed to Issue passports at Angela, who sniffed and turned her to her laborers to enter territories con tlguous to the United States, nnd she head nwny. "AH!" Cullen breathed stertorousalso recognized the right of the United ly. "And with a flimsy lot of rot like States to deny entry to this country of that you'va got the unmitigated gall to Japanese laborers whose passports did start n slanderous story like this not Include tho continental United about Henry llllllard ! You've got the States. Further, Japan jigrecd to Isnerve to " sue passports to this country to nf tho following classes: Trav 'The nstonlshlng part of It" Inter posed Hilllnrd, with coolness which ns elers, business nnd professional men, tonlshed even himself, "Is that every students nnd skilled workers ; lnborers nnd noulnborers who hnd before 1007 lived In the United Stntes; and Jnpnnese who hnd ncqulred farms In tho United Stales nnd wished to return to this country to take nctlvo charge of their property. Effort to obtnln ofllclnl nnd nccurate data on the Japanese question on the Pacific coast Is now being mndo by committee of tho tho Immigration house of representatives. Headed by Congressman Alh'ert Johnson of Wash Ington, tho committee Is conducting Including public Its Investigations, hearings In Cnllfornln, attention being centered In that stnto because of tho proposed discriminatory stato legisla tion. Picture Bride Problem. Callfornlnns nssert thnt tho Jnp nncso population In their stnto Is In crenslng nt nn alarming rate, but this Is denied by the Japanese, who assert timir Increase slnco 1007 has been nbout 10.000. Tho plcturo bride, crlt les of the Japanese sny, Is a violation of tho gentlemen's ngrtvnient becnuso as soon ns she nrrtves In this country sho becomes n laborer, besides retiring children. The Jnpaneso claim tho plcturo brldo follows tho usual custom ot their land, tho parents of tho couple arranging tho marriage, und Uie ex"it's True Every Word." chnngo of photographs ft a matter of single Item of It Is truol Don't blame Identification nnd convenience of tho him, Mr. Cullen. It's true every contracting pnrtles when they meet nt an Amerlcnn port Tho Jnpnnese word." nlso say that n legal ceremony is perCullen shook himself." "Of course It's truol Isn't It what formed In this country. Tho picture brldo problem Is ex you've told us yourself, In a different way I It's tho tolling of It that pected to end this fall, for tho Toklo government hns ngreed to Issuo no counts I" However, more passports to them. (To bo Continued) tho Inst of tho outstanding passports do not cxplro until full, so arrivals of Aztec Relict. tho plcturo brides mny bo expected Many Interesting relics hnvo been to continue until thnt time. Tho greatfound recently of tho lost rnco or pre est number of plcturo brides to nrrlvo historic people who lived In tho great In this country nny ono year wns In dwellings now in ruins community 1018 when n few more than 4,000 were near Aztec, New Mexico. The evi- landed. dences of a surprisingly high civiliza Soft Drink Tax Must Be Paid. tion lncludo curious 6nndnls woven Tho Internal revenuo bureau, col from yucca lenves. fibre and cotton. lector of nil tho federal taxes. Is Tho people delighted In oninmcnts of making ready for n drlvo that Com shells cut luto discs and bonds of turWilliam 11. Williams exquoise nnd shell. Thero nro Jasper missioner bring millions of dollars Innwls and needles. pects will arrow points, bono busi to tho treasury, Tho Tho basket weaving was also of a high ness has grown enormously since tho artistic, quality. Tho most Interest- teglnnlng of natlon-wldprohibition, ing of these relics Is tho colled pot nml the collection of a cent or two tery mado by rolling long strips of sodn wuter, pop, leo crenm clny nnd winding them round and from each etc., Is giving the rovenuo of round as Is done In colled basketry. sundno.grave concern. ficials Tho ancient people, who mndo these Neglect or wilful cvnslon of tho law aro bolloved to havo boon tho articles Boys' Ufa. original cliff dwellers. y. of Waring"? truthfulness, "Where Is Itr The boy withdrew n step nnd stammered; "I left It home." "Oh, you dldl" Cullen's laugh was stinging. "That's likely I" "Yes, that's exactly whnt I dldl Think I'd bring nn nrlglnnl letter out of my office let It out of my hnnds until It's time to mnko It of record? chafTengo EL m JUAN LOOM! ..." n ... - venders on tho part of tho Is so general thnt speclul preparations nro being uiailu by Commissioner Williams lo force obedience of tho reve nue statute. Special deputies, gnUi- nrftit ffftltl nil l,i.,tu II... nrttmlrV ii rn going through a special school In order that the bureau can muke sure of tho eiiffirrrtninit nt tlu Inw. These ngwits will soou bo sent Into the states to organize special forces to icrret OUt llfflillllorM. luri-- o nml umnll. nnd press tho prosecutions In tho federal courts. Tfl 'Til. run, I.. IUI . .. iJIU Ull.V nnnlfl.t .lliuj llUlllii". tin? vendor falling to comply with tho inw, uonimissioncr AYlU.nn.a cnueu 10 WnftlltrmtfiH n rnptia o hicnrtlln n frrn .. " tlilLIIUV u.....ni.isei u and they nro studying a special course ui insiruction on tne provisions oi uie law find flu nrnnor r tn nlitntn evi- donee against violators. Flying Squadron Trained. t Thoso nro nlinut n.nilr tfl re turn to their stntes, where ench will pass nlong the knowledge he hns acquired nt the school here, nnd from tho persons enrolled In the local schools there will be organized flying Sniiiulrnns tn ilesrnml iiiinii refresh ment booths, drug stores nnd the other pinces rrom wiiicn tne government collects 10 per cent on ench sale of soft drink. No rigid enforcement of the law hns been required In the pnst, the government ofliclnls winking, possibly, nt violations becntiM; of the fnct thnt many verniers were not frtmlliar witn tne Inu- - nml fiitr.li vlnlnfo lt tirnvlftlotlS Innocently. Hut with the beginning of the new flscnl year In July, Mr. Williams has felt that the time has come to tiress for n morn irenernl compli ance with tho revenuo statute regard ing the soft drinks. fuller thr. lnw the tns must bo Paid by the consumer, nnd the seller gets Into, trntililo not homllM; of failure to pny the tnx but for fnlluro to collect It from n buyer. A maximum penalty of $10,000 fine nnd Imprisonment for one year Is prescribed forMbo wilful evasion of the law. Venders ntso arc romilriwl tn ilnllr record sheets showing the number of sales nnd tho nmount of tnx collected on eacn. Wbero no 'cash reclstcr or check sys tem Is employed It Is required by tho revenue bureau that n separate receptacle be kept to hold the collections ns they nre made with ench snle. More Giant Redwoods Saved. Accentnnco by the department of tho Interior, through John Barton I'ayne, secretary or tno interior, T. Mnther, director and Stephan of tho national park service, or a deed for a tract of 130 acres in Giant forest Cnllfornln, will preserve for future generations n group of the lnrgest nnd oldest trees In the world. Tho donor wns Uie Nntlonnl Geo graphic society, nnd the presentation was mnde by Gilbert Groavenor, Its president. A member of the National Geographic society, who hnd long been Interested In the efforts of the" society to preserve the big trees, subscribed soft-drin- k V. wiiui !,-"- n"-in- Jnp-nnp- soft-drin- k society supplemented a congressional npproprlutlon by n gift .of ?20,000. At thnt time 017 ncres of the forest were bought. Tho society hns been untiring In Its efforts to Bave the Giant from devastation. The lat est addition to the government's for ests Is known ns the anarp tract Thero Is still ono area which Is not under control cf the government. An enumeration of tho Giant Sequoia trees In the latest addition has not been made. One of Uio giants Is said t6 be as largo as the famous Sherman tree, known widely ns tho of tho towering timber-lan- d super-gian- t as high as the nnd one-haThe SherWashington monument man tree has a girth of approximately 30 feet There nro other trees In tho tract which exceed the height of glont. but fow which that approach Its glrtb. Not Surpassed Anywhere In World. In submitting n favorablo report on a resolution directing tho secretary of the Interior to make an Investigation nnd submit a report as to securing, a stand of typical redwood trees ns n national park, the commltteo on public lnnds said that In height and In quantity of material, as well as In tho beauty and densKy of their forests, tho trees wero probably unsurpassed by any other forest in tho world. The committee's report, which was adopted by tho recent session of congress nnd under which tho secretary of tho Interior Is carrying fordesignated, ward the Investigation pointed out further that as theso trees aro more thrfn 2.000 years old they aro among the oldest living things on tho earth. "They nre nnturo's monuments, well worthy of preservation," the commltteo said. "Theso forests aro unquestionably among tho most admirable things In naturo on our continent All will readily agroo that typical stands of these trees should bo preserved for the enjoyment,, Inspiration and ndralratlon of future generations. Tho greatest stands of theso trees are located Hi the valley, comparatively accessible and where the rapid encroachment of tho loggers Is threatening tho extermination of this Any successful effort noblest type. to sirvo them must bo mado within the comparatively near future. Tho qualities of redwood, If slightly aided by removal of dead underbrush, will render any forest selected practically immune from tho flro hazard." lf 270-fog toward their purchase. Tart of the Giant forest wns purchnsed In 1010, when tho Nntlonal Geographic $13,000 There are 10.002.235 Ilell telephones In use In 70,000 cities or communities, with 23,231,150 miles of wire, or more titan eighty times tho distance to the moou. Pngo Four THE CITIZEN August 12, 1020. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OP BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OP SOURCES FROM A TO SAVE IS THRIFT AUGUST, 1920 (The Fiddlers' Meeting) Nac mair by Babel's streams woll And Scottist strathspeys Irish reels, weep All things from Fiddle-Strin- g Land, To think upon our Zlon; Will please discriminating taste An' hing our fiddles up to sleep And bring fond recollections, Like baby clouts adryin', When we recall our youthful days But screw the pegs wi' tuneful cheep With careful retrospection An' ocr tho thairms bo tryln On this good night. O, rare to see our elbucks wheep An' a' like lamb tails fiyin' The "Fisher's Hornpipe," "Soldiers Fu' fast this day." Joy." "Wayncsburg." and "Martha Campbell" The katydids havo come again And fiddlers in convention You'll find few better tunes than they, Arc gath'rlng here to draw the bow No matter where you ramble. And "Forked Deer" and "Mocking, In musical contention. Bird," Let sorrow sleep and homely cares And "Hell's Broke Looso In Georgia," Give place to mirth and pleasures While fretful ago and forward youth "The Hog-cyc- d Man" 'and "Liza1 Jane," Step lively to the measure In joyful play. They'll have to play them for you To set you right. Let gray-beartell of younger days When joints wero spry and limber, "The Buck Creek Girls" and "Black- jack Grove," And boast of steps they used to dance And "Slipping Sliding Jennie," Before the bleak December Of frosty age has touched their bones. And "Sallie Ann" and "Rye Straw," too, Of course, this modern prancing Would make you hug your granny, Is kittens' milk and baby stuff And "Eggriog" 's good, but best of all Compared with grandad's dancing. We can't deny. "Broadway" and "Rip Van Winkle"' And "Who's Been Hero Since I've' Been Gone?" little "moonshine" did no harm, Can chase away my wrinkles, A dram to make them merry, On any day. Enough to loosen bashful tongues Was right and proper very; If fiddling here and cv'rywhcre But now the sons of piping Pan Along the road we travel, Are like to meet destruction And fiddling down a world of care The while they fiddle for us from Will help us to unravel Spontaneous combustion, The skein of life and make us smile It Is so dry I When else we might feel poorly Why then, to draw the bow awhile The lively tunes of lovely France, Is naught but wisdom, surely. Old airs from Merric England Then let us play I , i nre a feature of the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington. The Floral Hall will ' ci.nHfl, hnr .hoplntr. fine iron bc tM interesting articles oft everyt r" lln emm acvoicu Lll tt work and repairs of all descriptions '"ennuon, tho t0 articles maIc y thc womcn ninnt.mW), Rfcnn. Main .i,- wmw. ...... IV UVIUftilk Office. mountain district is especially attrac street, north of The Citizen Best Blacksmithing I 1 f f 1 rn - -, advertisement. tive Mr. Mrs. Roy Nunn of Ohio ar "The Soul's Awakening" will be Dr. Hutchins' topic next Sunday at House JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, President Nora and Carl Hill, of Scottsburg, 11:00 a.m. The subject of tho mid Ind.. are visiting relatives In Bcrea week meeting Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. will be "Christ Our Savior." and Wallaccton. Miss Georgia McFerron, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Rose REV. DeGARMO IN RICHMOND Evangelist J. B. DcGarmo, with Cams, returned to her home at Mt his singer, Sam N. Easley, will hold Vernon, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hart left Tues a revival meeting at Calvary Baptist day for their vacation. They will Church, on Big Hill Avenue, Richvisit In northern Ohio and other mond, August 16 to 29, inclusive. L. places. They took the trip by auto A. Byrd, a former student of Berea, and were accompanied by D. L. is pastor of this church. These workers of God held a revival in Roberts. Misses May and Elizabeth Lee Har Bcrea last year and many friends rison left this week for Warren, will be interested to know of their re where they will bo the guests of Dr, turn to our county. and Mrs. B. P. Jones for a few days. METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Olmstead are The Methodist Sunday-schogave spending several weeks at their a farewell reception to Warren Smith, daughter's home in Evansville, Ind Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilgenfeld, of the teacher of the Men's Bible Class, Chesterville, 111., are visiting her at the home of Edgar Wyatt, on Wed parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson nesday evening. A large crowd was present and a most delightful time near Blue Lick. 25 Cars High Class Shows, 5 Rides Mrs. Sherman Baker, of Indianap was had. Mr. Smith is soon leaving olis, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Berea. Senior Yearling Steer, Bradshaw Allen. Newberry's Military Band De Luxe and The Mrs. John Johnson. Fruit Cake (layer), Mrs. Bert Cod Bros. HELP FOR Quartette in Daily and Evening Concerts Mrs. Howard Lovell, of Covington, Suckling Calf, cither sex, Bradshaw If your eyes are weak, or you are dington. is visiting at the home of Mrs. M. J. becoming blind or Bros. Black Cake, Mrs. Lewis Potts. have granulated McKenney on Chestnut street. Herd of 5 Head or Over, Bradshaw Sour Cucumber Pickles, Mrs. M. A. eye-lithe United States Public The many friends of Miss Lillie A. Bros. Health Service with the help of the Moody. Moore will bc Interested to know that Colt Ring Sweet Cucumber Pickles, Ethel Running and Trotting Races Daily Jackson county Red Cross Chapter, she has taken up a claim of fifty invites you, grown people Suckling Horse Colt, Hockaday and chil- Duncan. acres in northwestern Colorado. Her dren, rich and poor, to go to McKee Tomato Catsup (green), Ethel Dunn. REDUCED RAILROAD RATES present address is Craig, Colorado. Suckling Marc Colt, T. S. Hagen. f Tuesday, August 24 to Friday, Aug- Duncan. Oscar Wyatt, of Battle Creek, ust 27. Free examination and Ken Walker, Secy Quart Pear Preserves, Mrs. J. H. Saddle Ring free Mich., is visiting his parents and treatment will be given by Saddle Stallion. Maro or Gelding, a skilled Jackson. friends here for a few days. Mr. eye doctor. This is Quart Cherry Preserves, Mrs. Sam any nge, E. T. Doty. a splendid op Wyatt is doing a hustling real es- portunity Harness Ring Classified Advertisements Jno. F. Dean for all to find Lackey. J. W. nerndos) tate business In Battle Creek. Harness Stallion, Maro or Gelding, Quart Peach Preserves, Mrs. M. A. but what is the matter and get relief. Miss Mae Howard, of Manchester, any age, E. T. Doty. If you are suffering, this is your Moody. Ky., a graduate of Berca Normal dePony Ring Quart Strawberry Preserves, Ethel FOR SALE House and lot on best chance to get help, or if you DEAN & HERNDON partment, spent several days this know Harness Pony, Robt. Walker, Jr. Forest street. of someone who is suffering, it Duncan. Dealers in Real Estate, Bcrea, Ky. week visiting Prof, and Mrs. John F. will (3t-7Walking Ring Quart Tomato Preserves, Mrs. Lela P. B. Lewis. be a kindness to urge him to go. Smith. Walking Gelding, any age, Jack Remember, the Government and tho Dickerson. Honey in Comb, 1 lb., Mrs. Hocka Duerson. Prof, and Mrs. Jenks, of the Uni- Red Cross are doing the work. Wc arc still selling real estate. Do FOR SALE Whito Leghorn cockday Dunn. Sweepstake Colt Ring versity of Minnesota, are spending erels, 75 cents. Also an Ideal Fire-le- you want a good Bluo Grass farm T, Me- Suckling Colt, either sex, W. D. Homemade Cheese, Mrs. John JACKSON COUNTY FAIR some days in Berea in the interest of Cooker. We have it I Want a small farm near Turley. The readers of The Citizen are re Williams. studies which he is making for the Mrs. R. E. Bartlott Berea? Yes, wo have It 1 Want a Phone 7. Homemade Butter, Mrs. S. R. Races on Track quested to read the advertisement of university. house and lot in BcrcnT Como on; 2:25 Paco or Trot Rogers, 1st; the Jackson county fair to be held Baker. wc can furnish it Want a vacant President Hutchins and Prof. John at Apple Jelly, Mrs. J. II. Jackson. Moran. 2nd; Noland, 3rd. Kyr, September 2, 3, FOR SALE N'icc Como on F. Smith are on a trip thru Ken- and 4. This is one of the most Mule Rao; Jas. Lackey, 1st; Os- house, in good repair; wills water lot or unimproved land? Grape Jelly, Mrs. Bert Coddington. to us I tucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, interesting fairs in Kentucky, where Blackberry Jelly, Mrs. S. R. Baker. car Harrison, 2nd. and lights; good garden and bnrn; Wc havo just revised our list of Virginia and West Virginia this week. thousands of mountain people meet Pony Race Raleigh Settle, 1st; other outbuildings. Corner of Boono Freezer Ico Cream, Mrs. Bos Moore. .property, and havo added many Pineapple Sherbet, Mrs. Lewis Henry Kinnard, 2nd. good time. and J.K. streets. For further inMrs. Leonard Spcnce and little and have a farms and houses In town. In 2:25 Trot Moran (Alice Monaa-ter- ), formation, call M. J. Carrier, phono The managers of this fair have Potts. daughter, Gladys,, of near Beatty-vill- e, addition to our local business wo havo Candy, Two Pounds Homemade completed arrangements for all kinds 1st; Noland (Bess Bowers), 2nd; n'J-- i rings. ). are visiting their many friends for salo a number of deslrnblo farms Rogers( Birdie Rape), 3rd. Mrs. A. F. Scruggs. here. They are stopping at tho old of attractions, including an airplane In the famous Mlama Valley, tho Plate Peaches, Miss Lucile Gilbert and large shows of all kinds. They Mulo Colt Ring Spcnce home on Jackson street with FOR SALE Two farms 4V4 miles "corn belt" of Ohio. So If you want Plate Apples, Mrs. Jesse Vaughn. Horse Mule Colt, Jas. Adams. are enlarging their grounds and are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook. from Bcrea on Big Hill and Berca! to leave the Stnte, seo us before n Roasting Ears, Ethel making arrangements for a big fair. Maro Mule Colt, D. C. Anderson. pike. Well watered; good Improve-- 1 you go, and wo will "put you next 1" get more amusement for The people will make no mistake in Duncan. You can Brood Mnrc and Mule Colt Peck Onions. J. Gilbert. the same old 50 cents admission at attending this fair, which Is held Brood Mare and Mulo Colt, cither mcnts; lots of grass. Will sell ono or both. Ono has 148 acres; other Peck Irish Potatoes, Mrs. Sam sex the Blue Grass Fair than you can for tho purpose of advancing agriculRobert Rowlett. Tho "beautiful spring" has como CO acres. Lots of good tobacco land. buy for several times that sum else' ture in the mountains. Lackey. Combined Ring nnd gone; For further Information, wrlto or Dozen Tomatoes, Mrs. John Harri where. Every other fair has InStallion, Maro or Gelding, any nge, Tho wheat is threshed; wo'vo laid call creased its gate fee; not so at Lex PRIZE WINNERS AT BEREA FAIR son. E. T. Doty, 1st and 2nd. by com; M. J. Carrier, ington. Worth trying for a day or Head Cabbage, Mrs. J. F. Dean. Walking Ring And now tho rovers aro beginning Star Route, Bcrea, Ky. (t. f ) n Beets, Mrs. M. A. two. The following is a list of tho prize Walking Stallion, Maro or Gelding, to roam, winners at tho Berea Fair, August Moody. any ago Wilson Rogers, 1st; B. J. To rent a house or buy a home. C, 1920: Gallon Green Beans, Mrs. Beit Broadus, 2nd; J. W. McKinney, 3rd. NEW BUILDING FOR FIRESIDE 4, 5, WANTED A woman ns a houseThey aro searching tho country. Coddington. Swine Ring INDUSTRIES keeper. Washings sent out. far and near Baked Ham, Mrs. Sam Lackey. Scotch Pie, Mrs. J. P. Rob Butter Poland China Gilt, C months and President Hutchins and other offAddress Box 117, Berca, Ky. For n good location for next year; l.f. Prettiest Girl Baby, under 18 over C. E. Houk, 1st and 2nd. icials of Berea College, recognizing erts. They want a placo near town, as Apple Pie, Mrs. John Harrison. months, Mrs. Clinton Allen. Poland China Boar II. C. Pieratt, the value and benefits of the Fireside n rule, Chocolate Pic, Mrs. Hockaday Prettiest Boy Baby, under 18 1st and 2nd. Industries decided to enlargo the Where they can put their children Dunn. months, Mrs. L. J. Gabbard. Poland China Sow, any nge n. C. work. It was soon seen that more in school, Boy Rider, under 12 years, Thomas Pieratt, 1st and 2nd. Lemon Pie, Mary Elizabeth Powers. space was needed for classrooms and And where tho grown-uphusCream Pie, Mrs. Brandenburg. Herndon. for those whose labor will be weaving. Poland China noar Pig, under 6 band and wife, Plato Corn Muffins, Mrs. Bert Cod Girl Rider, under 15 years, J. L. months C. E. Houk, 1st and 2nd. Mrs. Ernbcrg undertook tho task for tale witk Can get tho most plcasuro out of Green. of raising the funds for that purpose. dington. Poland China Sow Pig, under fl life. Cod- Singlo Pony Turnout, Robt. months II. C. Pieratt. 1st and 2nd. Fancy Loaf Yeast Bread, Mrs. Bert Having been invited to spend the Bcrea Is tho placo where you want week-en- d Walker. Racing on Track at tho homo of Lieutenant' dington. to bc, Loaf Salt Rising Bread, Mrs. Sam Roadster Ring Governor Ballard, who had already Free for All Race Dick Rogers, Scruggs, Welch & Gay And Dean & Herndon tho men to Stallion, Mare or Gelding, any age, 1st; M. Moran, 2nd; Dick Rogers, 3rd. made a gift for that purposo, she Mason. REAL ESTATE AGENTS sec; Ginger Bread, Mrs. M. A, Moody. Charley Dunn. presented the plan for a large build Junior Agricultural Club Rings You will rtnd John Dean still at Berca, Kentvcky Plato Beaten Biscuit, Mrs. W. B. Walking Ring ing. Mr. Ballard showed his Interest Male Pig, any breed, Lona Fish. The Bank; In the Industries by enlarging his Brandenburg. Walking Marc, any age, N. W. Duroc Sow Pig, puro bred, Lona His grub being short, ho's lean Old Fashioned Corn Pone, Mrs. Jno. Rogers. gift so that the new building Is asFish, 1st and 2nd. and lank. Races on Track sured. The new building will set Harrison. Duroc Boar Pig, pure bred, Lona Herndon keeps up his rambling F. L. MOORE'S Sponge Cake, Mrs. Hockaday Dunn. 2:25 Trot Dick Rogers (Blrdlo Fish, 1st and 2nd. back of the Log House and will probaround; ably be built next summer. Cocoanut Cake, Mrs. Hockaday Rape), 1st; M. Moran (Alice MonaSow and Litter of Pigs, any breed, His ofllco is "any old placo" In Dunn. ster), 2nd; Dick Rogers (Mary Belle), Lona Ush, 1st and 2nd. town. Checkerboard Cake (layer), Mrs. 3rd. Femalo Pig, any breed or nge, But when you find him, ho soon Guy Duerson. 2:20 Pace Gypsy Boy, 1st; Dan Lona Fish, 1st and 2nd. can tell FOR Angel Food Cako (mold), Mrs. Joel Taylor, 2nd; Dugan, 3rd. Pig of any breed or sex, Lona Fish, Who has tho cheapest farms to sell. Broughton. Dealer in Beef Bred Cattle 1st and 2nd. First Class Repairing Como on to us, wo'H help you find Chocolato Layer Cako (chocolate In Heifer, any age, Bradshaw Bros. Poultry Division A houso or farm to suit your mind. AND cake), Mrs. Hockaday Dunn. Bull, any age, Bradshaw Bros. Rhodo Island Red, Wm. Pen, Chocolato Layer Cake. Mrs. J. H. Yearling Heifer, Bradshaw Bros. Respectfully, Fki Line of Jewelry Cow and Calf, any age, Bradshaw Pen, Rhodo Island Red, Cockerel Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. Jackson. Cake (fruit in cake), DEAN & HERNDON. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY Fruit Mrs. C. Bros. and Pullets, Wm. Anderson. , rived Sunday for a visit with rcla tlves and friends. Miss Anna Hackney, who graduated from tho College Department this year and has been spending part of the Summer In Battle Creek, is visit ing Miss Ora Carpenter this week, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, who have been living In Akron, 0., for some time, returned to Berea last week. Miss Una Gabbard has been visit ing recently with friends at Bed PUBLIC SCHOOL The Public School opens Monday, August 30. E. F. DIzncy, Principal. CHICKEN SUPPER The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church will give a chicken supper at the Harrison Building, corner Chest nut and Boone streets, Wednesday, August 8, from C to 9 p.m. Every body is invited to come and have i good time. Thrift is the saving of time, energy, resources, wages, or profits. It means a home of your own, contentment, education and comfort for your children, and a book to rcAd, a day now and then for recreation, n piano or Victrola with which to entertain And beautify the home, tho city, tho staU and the nation n bulwark against the day of need, and independency that lengthens and sweetens life. Is sufficient, earning Afo interest, compounded In this way you can begin systematic saving at home which will, In the end, prove of uutold value to you. $1 soml-an-nall- GET ONE OF OUR LIBERTY BOND HANKS union cnuncn Berea National Bank Blue Grass Fair Lexington, Ky. BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6 6 ol Aug. 30 to Sept. 4 $50,000.00 PREMIUMS Nat Reiss Carnival Co. an d, 3 Giant Passenger Aeroplanes 3 rs p) ss 1 Bond-Anvill- e, bio (t-f- Half-doze- (50-50- ). Half-doze- list Your Property s, W. F. KIDD Real Estate Jewelry Store n. Apmst 12, 1020. THE CITIZEN wholo is a compromise. In my pre- JusT proportion between fair pronts to vious article, entitled, "An Explanabusiness and fair prices to the contion," I called attention to tho fact sumer. Would Halt Profiteering that upon tho mooted question of tho The tribe of profiteers has simply Lcaguo of Nations, tho declarations of tho two parties nro such ns to per- multiplied under the favoring circumwnr For years, large conmit those who "belong to" tho party stances of have been mnde to tributions the Reto go on ndvocntlng their conflicting publican campaign fund for no purviews, each claiming thnt his Is tho pose exoept to buy a governmental correct interpretation of tho plot-for- underhold nnd to make Illegal profits Such utterance. At another timo it as the result of preference. largesses are today a greater menace mny be shown that tho caso Is simicontentment and lar in connection with other topics. to our than the countless our Institutemporary tions Ono natural result is that n great profiteers who are making a mockery part of tho two platforms is in close of honest business, but who can live agreement each consisting of mere and fatten only In time of disturbed platitudes or "glittering generalities." prices. If I am called to service as president means will found, If they Another noticeable fa'ct is that people do not already exist,befor compelling wait for the nominee's speech of ac- these exceptions to the great mass of ceptance ns tho really nuthoratativc square dealing American business interpretation of tho platform ambi- men, to use the snme yardstick of guities. Although tho lucky (?) man honesty thnt governs most of us In our dealings with our fellowmen, or selected as the party standard-beare- r In language that they may understand, (Continued on Pago Eight) to suffer the penalty of criminal law, "It has been my observation that the man who learns our language, yields Peace Keynote of Cox Speech to a controlling ptibllo opinion and (Continued from Pago One) ppspects onr laws) besides, jn proporquestions fn oritur", friias ntwriys seem-eto me Hint the interpretation of the tion qs his devotion to American 1f function of the tenguo might have been develops his interest In the Impulsive nrpocssea pf revolution diminishes. stated In these words " 'In giving Its aaacnt to (his treaty, WQ tuust bo patient In the work; of asthe senate has in mind the fact that similation and studiously atold oppressive measures. In the face of mere the Lgue of Nations which It emevidence of misunderstanding, The bodies was devised for the sol purpose of maintaining pence and comity necessity for the drastic- UWI W asm, among the nations of the earth and was days hi not Prfen,t and we, should return fte preventing the recurrence of qch destructive conflicts as that through earliest opportunity, to too s.teWerj which the world has Jqst passed. provisions Mated. n time of peaee fox fWrH welfare, Tfcere n.q of the United) Statef The A9W I bat wsFrauft a&j lafrtnwith the League apt) Its continuance BWt Pfl toe V f? mteefc and. as 0 member thereof, will naturally of fha miwbwt nw m tlx l,bHjr t tW upon the. adherens League to Putt fundamental purpose. "Bach, a declaration woujd M vidua! freedom consistent with the express Ilia view of the United States safety ef oar Institutions should be given. Excessive regulation causes and Justify the course which our nation would .unquestionably follow If manifestations that compel restraint. Law Enforcement. the basic purpose of the League were at any time distorted. It would also The legislative branch of governappear to be a simpler matter to proment Is subjected te the rule of the vide against any mlsunderstundlng In majority. The public official who falls the futuro and at the same time to to enforce the law, Is an enemy both meet the objections of those who beto the Constitution and to the Americonlieve that wo might be Inviting can principle of majority rule. It troversy over our constitutional rights, would seem quite unnecessary for any by making a senatorial addition la candidate for the Presidency to say words something like these: that he does not Intend to violate his "'It will of course be understood oath of office. Anyone who ts false to that In carrying out the purpose of the that oath Is more unworthy than the law violator himself. League, the government of the United "Morals cannot easily be produced States must at all time act In strict The writ of Injunction harmony with the terms and Intent of by statute. should not be abused. Intended as a the United States Constitution which cannot In any way be altered by the Safeguard to person and property, It could easily by abuse cease to be the power.' protective device It waa Intended to Helpful Addition! Not Barred. be. "Unquestioned friends of the "We should not, by law, abridge a League have made other proposals. Our platform clearly lays no har man's right either to labor or to quit his employment However, neither against any additions that will be helplabor nor capital should at any time ful, but It speaks In a Arm resolution or tn any circumstances, take action to stand agnlnit anything that disturbs the vital principle. We hear It that would pat in Jeopardy the public said that Interpretations are unnneces-sary- . welfare. "We need That may T) true, but they will statement of a definite and precise what at least be reassuring to many of our ness men and policy as to may busiworktngroen do and citizens, who feel that In signing the may not do by way of combination treaty, there should be no mental resand collective now ervations that are not expressed In so nebulous action. The law Is upon that It almost turns plain words, as a matter of good faith the economic predilections of the to our associates. Such InterpretaJudge or Jury. This does not make tions possess the further virtue of for confidence In the courts nor resupplying a base upon which agreespect for the laws, nor for a healthy ment can be reached, and agreement, activity In production and distribuwithout Injury to the convennnt, Is tion. There surely will be found ways now of pruning Importance. It was by which may be encourthe desire to get things started, thut aged without the destruction of enterprompted some members of the sennte prise. The rales of business should to vote for the Lodge reservations. be made more certain so that on a Those who conscientiously voted for stable basts men may move with conthem In the final roll calls realized, fidence. however, that they acted under duress, "Government, however, should proIn that a politically bigoted minority vide the means In the treatment of was exercising the arbitrary power of Its employees, to keep In touch with Its position to enforce drastic condiconditions and to rectify wrong. It Is retions. Happily the voters of the needless to say that In order to be conpublic, under our system of governsistent, facts should at all times Jusment, can remedy that situation, and I tify the that the govhare the faith that they will, at the ernment employees are properly comThen organized election this fall. pensated. government will be enabled to combine "The child Ufa of the nation should Impulse and facility In the making of be conserved) If labor In Immature better world conditions. The agencies years Is permitted by one generation. of exchange will automatically adjust It Is practicing unfairness to the next themselves to the opportunities of Adequate Farm Profits. recommercial freedom. New Ufa and "Farming will not Inspire individual newed hope will take hold of every effort unless profits, all things connation. Mankind will press a resolute shoulder to the task of readjustment, sidered, are equal to those In other An additional check to deand a new era will have dawned upon pleted ranks In the fields would be the the earth. establishment of modern state rural Federal Taxation. "Federal taxation must be heavily school codes. The federal government should maintain active sponsorship of reduced, and It will be done at once, If a Democratic administration ts this. Rural parents would be lacking lo the element which makes civilchosen In November. Without hamperisation enduring If they did not desire ing essential national administrative departments, by the elimination of all for their children educational opportunities comparable to those In the others and strict economy everywhere, cities. The price the consumer pars; national taxes can be reduced In exfor foodstuff Is no Indication ot what cess of two billion dollars yesrly. Anthe producer recetves. There are too noying consumption taxos, once willingly borne, now unjustified, should be many turnovers between the two. The farmer raises bis crop and the repealed. The Incomes from price which he receive U determined fortunes, those of and by supply and demand. Ola product! those derived from Industries that exist In beef and pork and oroduco, pass by unfair privilege may be able to carry their present load, but taxes on Into cold storage and ordinarily when they reach the consumer the law ot r, the' earnings of the of the salaried and professional man, of the supply and demand does not obtain. agricultural producer and of the small The preservation of foodstuffs by cold tradesman should be sharply modified. storage Is a boon to humanity, and it However, the I believe that better form of taxation should be encouraged. time boa come for Its vigilant regulaexcess profits tax than the tion and inasmuch as It becomes a may be found and I suggest a small part of Interstate commerce, the retax, probably one to one and one-haper cent on the total business of every sponsibility Is with tha federal govern-mtSupplies are gathered In from going concern. It Is to be understood that the term 'business' as ueod does the farm in times of plenty, Tney can easily be fed out to tho consumer tn not Include Income received by salaried men, agriculturists such manner as to keep the demand In exeeea of that part ot tho supply and the small business man who should This which, (a released from storage. be exempt from this tax. The profiteer la an unfair practice and should be and some of the highly capitalized units have used the excess profits tax stopped. Ueaides, there should be a as a favorite excuse for loading on the ttao limit beyond which perishable foodstuffs should not be stored. consumer by means of highly Inflated "Our objective ahould be a decreasselling prices mauy times the amount A ed tenantry, With the period of ocactually paid tho government. cupancy uncertain, the renter strips necessary condition to the national contentment and aotinfl tnilnew Is a land of Ita fertile elements, an m d - Pago Pivo yenf dttnTnlsIiesbnr national" assets". Under the Operation of the federal reserve and the farm loan acts, encouragement has come to thousands who find thnt Industry, character and nre a golden security to the people's banker, the government of the United Stales. Multiply our home owners, and you will make the way of the seditious agitator more difficult Railroads and Waterways. "Any dlscuaslnn ct the question of food supply lends very quickly to the closely related matter of transportation. There Is no one thing which brings us so Intermittently to critical conditions thnn the Insufficiency of our Hoth tho transportation facilities. rnllronds and the public are to blame. There has been no material addition to the total mileage In the last ten years, and the Increase In terminals has been much less thnn required. At the beginning of the war the rolling stock was sadly reduced and Inadequate. The public had not given tn pay for service sufficient revenue on which credit could be allowed by the banks.. Moral assistance was withheld because ot, railroad policies that did Many of these pot bring approval. I corporations had made themselves a part ot political activities, local, state and national, Then there were more or less sporadic Instance of stock wo-- , terlng operations, and the exroMatton ot utility properties for pergonal gjsJn. "Abuse were not general, but the? were sufficient to bring the entire railroad systems ef the country h disrepute, The. good, suffered with tun evL When, the transportation Unci were takeo. over by tbo government! thee? were barely able to, limp, through Unity ta opexej the tart of fte . t(oV the eltaiaatkkb, of the long haul find the merging of every mile of track d: everv car and, Mft IffiBtefi plan of opgine Into a eration, enabled the government te transport troops and supplies, at the same timo affording, under great stress, a satisfactory outlet for our Industries. It should be remembered In this connection that except for the motor truck which supplemented transportation by rail, and except for the great pipe lines which conveyed we purposes, oil for commercial should not, In all probability have been able to throw eur deciding strength Into the balance and win the war. Any attempt to discredit the federal operation of railroads during the years of grave emergency la unfair. In the case of those who know the facts it Is insincere. Too much cannot be said In praise ot those who directed this work, nor of the men who physically operated the lines under the discouraging conditions ef poor equipment But all of this Is water over the wheel. The problem ef the railroads is still with us. The government and the public should in the ut render every most good faith, to give thorough test to private ownership. The railroads have had their lesson. Government regulation Is accepted now as not only a safeguard to the public, but as a conserving process to the utility. Financial credit Is necessary to phy steal rehabilitation and It should be sufficient for the periods of maximum demand. We should not lose sight. however, of the vast possibilities of supplementary service by wster. The Great Lakes and St Lawrence navl gatlon project, particularly, should claim the Interest of the government Federal Reserve 8ystem. "It Is almost unnecessary to speak ot the Federal Reserve system In connection with the winning of the war, as, next to the consecration of our manhood and womanhood Itself, the greatest factor was the marshalling Into one unit through tho Federal banks ot the stupendous wealth ot America. To those of vision who look out beyond our shores into that commercial domain where we are so Justly entitled to enter in & time ot. peace, latent power of the Federal system can be seen promoting In every quarter of the globe an flow of American commerce. We will soon have a merchant marine fleet of 11,000,000 tons aggregate, every ship flying the American flag and carrying in American bottoms ins products of mill and mine and factory and farm. This would seem to be a guarantee of continued prosperity. Our facilities for exchange and credit, however, tn foreign parts, should be enlarged and under the federal reserve system, banks should be established In Important trading centers. Reduction of Armament. "I am convinced after considerable study of the subject that the expense ot the government cat), without loss ot efficiency, be reduced to a maximum of four billion dollars, including slaking fund and Interest on the national debt When we enter the League ef Nations, we should at the same time diminish our oost for armament To continue expenditures in either the war or the navy departments on a vast scale, once onr memberichlp In the League is assured, would seem to be a vory definite refutation of the advantages ot the world plan which we believe it possesses. An appealing fundamental in the League method, ts the We canreduction of armaments. not afford to do It, until other nations do likewise. If we do not enttr the League, hundreds of millions ot dollars must be spent for armaments. It we go tn, and I believe the people will Insist on It, then we can count on economies. "The Republican leaders who have taken charge ot their party and nominated Its candidate, are no more possessed of the spirit of the hour than they were In 1013 when they precipitated a revolution within the rank and file ot a great organisation. If further proof were needed, the action ot tha present Congress supplies It Not a constructive law can be cited. Money anJJtin wra vroaltd-l- a. Bteklcg. to I I He-serHe-serever-wideni- Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment urn! Service at lowest Cot. Wards for Men and for Women, I'rivnte Uoomi. Ilathi. Ktcctric Service. Sun-Parlo- Surgery, Car in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL Come in and PRACTICE vllt an eitablidiment, which U a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Koiikrt H. Cowtry, M.D., Phylclan Harlan Dudlcy, M.I)., l'lnrilclan MAROAKKT S. (iRANT, M. D., I'hrilclan Mm Mary I.onciacrk, K.N., Superintendent Mm Nsluk Millkr, R.N., Held Nurie CHANCE IN RATES Beginning March l, the ratei for hoard and room of prirate pitlrnti will he $15 to t8 per week. The ratei for patlenfi cared for In the wnrd will remain the lame ft per day. Hr Ordrr of Prudential Committee. Iterea College The Citizen A family Newspaper for all that U right true, and Interesting PublUhtd THE CAMPAIGN OF 1920 By Prof. LcVant Dodge II. The Party Platforms Evtrr Thuridar, at Barta, Kr. Dear Reader, you feel qulto sure BEREA PUBLISHING (Incorporate!) CO. that the next President of tho United States will bo ono or tho other of two certain men. Ono of thoso men was picked out for tho great responSUDSCRimON RATES sibility on tho 12th of Juno by a com PAYAM.K IK ADVANCE On tl.10 pany of about ono thousand men nnd 81 Month It women nsscmblcd from different parts (0 Thre Mentha . of tho country nt Chicago. The other of Send monr by rot-iff- l was selected by a liko number of Montr Onlfr, Draft, IlrrUUrrJ Letter, or WM. G. FROST, Eltor.lu-Cl.- f J. O. LEHMAN, M.n.flnf Editor .Yr Eprt If you wish to know something nbout whnt each of these gentlemen will do in caso he is elected, you very naturally Tend what is called tho plntform of tho party that nominated THE MISFORTUNE OF THE him. Tho candidate is supposed to IIEREA FAIR accept the statement found in that platform or refuso to accept tho The Bcren Fnlr hn for many years nomination. But do wo really know been pntroniicd by the best pcoplo of the candidate's views and purposes, our county nnd surrounding commu- when wo havo read his party's denity. It has long been n mectinc claration of principles? It will red friends nnd plnco for quire about two hours to read cither relatives. A Rood dinner was spread one of them; nnd when read, not nnd everyone who hnd not provided much of it will be understood by himself with n lunch wns invited to the nvernge' voter. There havo been take a good pieco of fried chicken, times when the common man could apple pio nnd other Rood things to know beyond a doubt tho policy of a tnt. Everybody looked forwnrd to candidate by glancing nt tho uttcr-nnctho Berea Fair. of tho convention which mndo But how sad nnd humlllntlnjr to him their nominee. Let us illustrate every honest citizen were tho attrac- the abovo statement. tions nnd side issues this year. With In the Presidential campaign of increased fees nnd many premiums 18(50, sixty years ago, there was one seemed that bettor accomdonated it vital question which held the public modations, less dust, and a greater thought. I wns n voter then and for protection of human rights could havo a dozen years I had been fairly famil been secured this year. inr with tho politics of tho day. My Never within tho memory of tho recollection of tho exciting contest oldest citizens of this community has then carried on is as clear as it is so much vice been assembled in ono of our most recent political campaign. smnll spot, under liscenso nnd seem- Moro than half of our vast domain ingly under sanction. Neighbors and had only what was called "territorial citizens gambled openly; small boys, government," nnd the scattered popu crap shooting1 , lntion hnd no vote in cither branch openly, conducted games in front of a number of gam- of the National Congress. Already Mnny of theso were the pcoplo of some of these terri-- I bling devices. witnessed by officers, duly appointed tories were asking for admission in- under tho lnw. nnd sworn to enforce the Union ns states. In fifteen Ito the then existing states, African the law of the stntc. Vulgnr nnd obscene shows wero slavery was an established fast and open to our sons nnd dnughtcrs nnd protected by law. The burning ques one show, too rotten for women nnd tion of tho day was as to whether children to witness, invited their hus- that disgraceful institution should go into tho broad territories of tho west, bands nnd fathers. A number of citizens wero heard with their vast possibilities. Threo to say: "Surely tho Fair Association definito answers wero given. Ono was deceived nnd did not know what answer wns tho monosyllabic, "yes." they were getting into." If that is In this joined thoso whoso pecuniary true, tho Berea Fair Association will Interests wero involved in slavery, hasten to make tho matter right in together with n crowd of their serAnother reply waa tho minds of the citizens who patron vile, followers. ized it in good faith nnd today feel hn emphatic "no." Thoso who joined in this responso to tho vital question humiliated. constituted the new Republican party, is time that tho genernl spirit It For their Presidential candidate they antl purposo of all county fnirs selected Abraham Lincoln, from tho chnnge. In other stntes, nnd in many dead Whig party, and for vice Presi counties in this stntc, tho fnirs are e dent, Hannibal Hamlin, an operated for tho benefit of tho farm Dcmocrnt. Tho third proposed solucommuers nnd business men of tho tion of the great problom wns to leave nity minus tho gamblers, bootleggers it to tho choico of tho majority in nnd prostitutes. ench territory, when tho population Wo hopo that tho Berea Fair Asso was sufficient to claim admission ns ciation, even though it is n private n stntc. No ambiguity in the platorgnnizntton, mnnaged with tho pur- form that year l No other question poso of renlizing dividends on its received attention. Former party investment, will become an ngency lines wero trampled under foot in for good in our community. tho rush of tho pcoplo to gather There wns n timo when ring horses around theso new party standards. and rnco horses wero tho center of Tho present situation is far difattraction nt county fnirs becauso ferent. Thcro nro dlvcrso opinions they wero inspiring, but sinco tho ns to what Is tho most important nutomobilo nnd tractor hnvo como to question of tho times. Any ono of stny; interest in H'orstta is dying. several subjects Is of sufficient imNo fair has such good horses as it portance to justify making it tho used to have, nnd wo will drift into core of n party creed, wero thcro not a far worse condition If wo try to fill so many other things demanding atup tho nttrnctions with gambling nnd tention. Tho division of sentiment obscenity instend of farm products, upon nearly every ono of thoso topics commercial displays, and a hundred has no relation to former lines of other legitimate things. party cleavage. Perhaps it is not In tho next few weeks n number of to bo regretted that tho old party names and organizations aro still interested citizens will writo an giving on outlino of tho kind of continued. But it is Inovltnblo that n fair that ought to bo given in n when a national convention is held, thoro should bo such divergence of rural community liko ours. views among its members ns to mako (Signed) A Citizen of Madison county. a matter of conjecturo what ground tho party will tako. Somo of tho sharpest and most bitter clashes aro Reduced rnilrond rates for tho Bluo between rival factions in tho samo convention. And so nearly every Grass Fair nt Lexington, August convention uttcranco taken as a 4. TorelBn Advertising Representative THE AMEHICAN I'HUSS ASSOCIATION widcly-sepnrntocs I I old-timo. persons nt San Francisco nbout three on and two cent tlampa. Tha ilata after joor nam on label ahowa weeks Inter. Tho sovereign pcoplo date your uW rll'tlon la paid. If to what It la not fhnr.l within three weeks after nre permitted to chooso their Chief renewal, notify at, Mlaslnc numbers will be aladly supplied Executive; that is, they mny tako It we are notified. their choice between these two, James Liberal terms aivan to any who obtain new subttrlptlnns for at. Anyone sending: M. Cox nnd Warren G. Harding. No can receive us four yearly subscriptions one else has n ghost of a chance. The Cltlten free for one year. Advertising rates on application. m pop-(UN- flt 1J treaty-makin- g make a mll(inry Triumph an odloua chapter In history and yet Is It not significant that after twe years of ateuthful Inquiry, there was nothing revealed In thnt vnst enterprise, carrying billions of dollars In expense, upon which they could base even a whisper of dishonesty "The Mexican situation, trying te' eur patience for years, begins to show signs of Improvement Not the least of the things that have contributed to It, ts a realization by the people of that country, that we have neither the lust for their domain, nor disposition to disturb their sovereign right. Peace smiles upon the border and tn centlve to Individual effort seems tev be making a national aspiration. Disabled Soldltra. "I feel deeply that the rehabilitation of the disabled soldiers of the recent war ts one ef the most vital Issueal before the people and I, ns a candidate, pledge myself and my party to those young Americans to do all In my pow er to secure for tbem without unnecessary delay; the Immediate training which Is so necessary to fit them te compete In their struggle to overcome that physical handicap Incurred while In the service of their government I believe also that the Federal Board of Vocational Rehabilitation as far a possible should employ disabled sol- -' dler themselves to supervise the rehabilitation of disabled soldiers, because of their known sympathy andH understanding. The board Itself and all ageoctes under It should be bur-- .i djened with the rare of securing fori the disabled soldier who has finished I bis training, adequate employment The women of America, In emotlooj and constructive servlve, measured up deriog the war to every requirements much of M4. ,9SS1 They demonstrated not only willingness, but capacity. They helped win the war, and they are entitled to the privilege of voting as a matter of right nnd because they will be helpful In maintaining wholesome and patriotic policy. It requires but one more state to ratify the national amendment and Justice. I thus bring a have the same earnest hope as our platform expresses that some one ot the remaining states will promptly take favorable action. Education. "There must be an nwakened interest In education. The assumption that things are all right Is an error. The plain fact reveals two startling things, one, a growing decimation In the rank of teachers and the other, the existence f millions Illiterof five and ates. The army of Instructors ha been more or less demoralized through financial temptation from other activities which pay much better. We owe too much to the next generation to be remiss In this matter. Campaign Contributions. "There will be no attempt In this campaign to compete by dollars with our opposition. So many people have been in the money gathering busV ness for the reactionary cause that the millions already in hand are more or less a matter of general Information. All that we ask la that both parties deal In the utmost good faith with the electorate and tell the plain truth as to the amounts received, the contributors, and the Items of dis- t$. ' d one-hal- bursements. "The sort of readjustment which will appeal to our and ultimate-- , ly to our general prosperity, Is the' Any unfair adhonest readjustment justment simply delays the ultimate process and we should remember the lesson of history that one extreme usually leads to another. We desire' Industrial peace. We want our people to have an abiding confidence In government but no readjustment made under reactionary auspices will carry with It the confidence of the country. "The Inconveniences Incident (0 the wsr have been disquieting the failure.' ot the Republican Congress to repeal' annoying taxes has added to, our troubles. The naiu'ral ImpiTse Is to forget the past to develop new Interests, to create a refreshened and refreshing atmosphsre In life. We want to forget war and be free from the troubling thought ot Its possibility In the future. Vf "f nt change from the old world of yisferday where International Intrigue made people mere pawns on the chess-bear- d of war. We want a change from the eld industrial world where the men who tolled was assured 'a full dinner pall' as his only lot and portion. But how are we to make the change? Which way shall we go J We stand at the forks ot the road and fAttfC choose which to follow. One leads te a higher dtlxeniblp, a freer expression ef the Individual and a fuller life for all. The ether leads to reaction, tha rule of the few over the many and the restriction ef the average mas' self-respe- war-mad- e wage-earne- t lf nt wage-earner- s, administration, the outstanding tea tare of which was a pittance tor farm produce and a small wage for a long day ot labor. My vision doe not tura backward to the 'normal' desired by, the senatorial oligarchy, but to s future In which all efaall have a normal opportunity to cultivate a higher stature amidst better environment toast that ot the past Our Ttaw U toward the sunrise of tomorrow with Ita progress and Its eternal promise of better things The opposition stand la the skyline of the setting wm, looking backward, to the old days of reaction, "I accept the nomination of our party, obedient to the Dtvtae Soyerelga ot all people, and hopeful tfiat in Ilim the way trial be abowa for helpful service, M by-tru- chances to grow upward. Cunning device! backed by unlimited prodigal ex pendltures will be used to confuse and to lure. But I have an abiding faltH that the pitfalls will be avoided and) the right road chosen, "The leaders opposed to Democracy promise to put the country 'back to. normal.' This can only mean the normal of former reactionary; f 1 Pago Six THE CITIZEN WHAT DID JESUS TEACH 7 Rev. Ooi. Candce August 12, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator nnd Special , HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science MAINE IS LIKE OUR MOUNTAINS Story of a Country Nnrae Sent to Gray, Mo., last November, tho ltcd Cross to servo .seven towns, covering nn area of 250 miles' of hilly, thinly settled country, sho was expected sometimes to drlvo Ford, sometimes to rldo on nn elec tric snowplough, occnsionnlly to hlro a horse nnd wagon, nnd In emergency to scale four-fodrifts on snow ot Investigator stead, but states tho fact when he says: 'Humanity waits outside a gato which, If it was opened, would bring it into a world of undreamed of gran deur. That gate can only bo opened when the idea of the general welfare rather than private interest so doml-1- 1 nates tho sentiment of a nation that it will organize its agricultural and industrial life cooperatively with tho idea of public service.' "This Is the vision tho truo has, nnd tho vision Is really n glimpse of the future that is cer tain to come." RATS (Rev. Geo. Candce was a helper of (Continued From Last Wcok) Brother Fee before tho war, nnd at Poisons While the use of poison is tho best the ago of 00 Is the only surviving nnd nuickost wnv to pet rid of rats member of Bcrcn's original Board of I and mice, the odor from the dead Trustees. Ho was preaching in nrticlc. ' Jackson county, when tho Beret Club Mombors: Look over your animals makes the method imprnc- of articles to take with ticable In occupied houses. Poisons workers wcro driven out In 1859. Ho lctter and list s wife nt 803 Oat you. Get all ready to leave for Lon-- 1 may be effectively used in barns, Is living with-hidon. August 1G. Be sure nnd mail stables, sheds, cribs, nnd other out- - wood avenue, Toledo, O., and thoy arc to celebrate the C3rd anniversary card to mo as soon as possible. If buildings. of their marriage on August 27th.) Caution I don't see or write you, I will meet In tho United States there aro few you at London August 1G. laws which prohibit tho laying of Yours for a big camp, Robt. F. Spence, County Agent. poisons on lands owned or controlled If we are to mako the world Chris by tho poisoner. Hcnco it is all the tian wo must make men seo what more necessary to exercise extreme Jesus taught about God ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COMMUcaution to prevent accidents. In Jesus taught that God is a great NITY FAIRS several states notico of intention to unselfish, loving, helpful Father, su Teachers and trustees are planning lay poison must bo given to persons premcly interested In building up a for their Community Fairs upon living in tho neighborhood. Poison grcnt democratic brotherhood of September SO. At this time, each for rats should never bo placed In souls like unto himself I (Democracy school in the county will have a Com open or unsheltered places. This ap- means rulo of the people frco from munity Fair, where home, farm, gar- plies particularly to strychnine or all tyrants, people who have aomo adden and school products will be ex- - arsenic on meat. Packages contain- - vantage by inheritance which they IMPROVING KING ROAD DRAG niuueu. un rnuay morning, ucioDer wg poison should always Dear a did not earn, nnd nil profiteers.) 1, all products to bo entered in the warning label and should not be kept This democratic conception of God Found Too Weak for Work In Pena sylvanla and Strengthened by County, School and Agricultural Fair w here children might reach them. is a corner stone of tho Christian reWrought Iron Strips. will be taken to Mt. Vernon, where Fumigation ligion. On the other hand tho most they will be placed on exhibit and Rats may be destroyed in their bur- - vicious idea of God is that ho is an The judged. Saturday, October 2, at rows in the fields and along river Almighty Autocrat, whoso supremo merely old form of King rond ilrng wns two aides of a split log. fast 9:00 o'clock, doors will be opened to banks, levees and dikes by carbon bi- - interest is to have his creatures extol er.ed so Hint tlio sharp sldos of tho 8,000 people of Rockcastlo county. sulphid. A wad of cotton or other and worship him for his own satis- split surface faced forward, the Are you going to bo in this crowd? absorbent material Is saturated with faction and glory, as all selfish hu- straight surface extending vertically; 'The live stock exhibits will bo the liquid and then pushed Into the man autocrats do. who care for noth- the two parts worv mred nhout two entered on Saturday morning, October burrow, the opening being packed ing but tho menial service and lauda- foot apart nnd connected by struts to State Superintendent Colvin will with earth to prevent tho escape of tions of their helpless victims. This hold them parallel ; the outfit was attend this County, School and Agrl- - the gas. AH animals in tho burrow false idea of God as a selfish tyrant 'Incited by n chnln. fastened to the , front nnd the nnglo ut which cultural Fair, and will address the aro asphxyiatcd. in holds that if his creatures do not to M. I'otiirlvnnce whs dragged over the Fumicatlon citizens of Rockcastle county. This buildings is not so satisfactory, bo- - worship him in this life ho will arbi surface wns controlled by the manner will be the time to hear a great 'cause it Is difficult to confine the gasc3. trarily punish them with everlasting 'i Mlili'h tlio tonui wns hitched to tho speech on a great subject. Moreover, when effective, tho odor torments. This falso religion under chiilii. ilie rhnln Itself being fastened from the dead rats is highly objee- - the Christian name has driven thou I'oniinnontly nt both ends to two sta pi' t In the front log. which nltered tho COOPERATION COUNTS tionablc in occupied buildings, sands Into infidelity and held back the angle at which the toiim wns hitched No matter what the farmer picks Chlorine, carbon monoxide, sulphur progress of the world, r I.. Ittippln of I'ennsylvunhi In up to read, he is sure to see the word dioxide and hydrocyanic acid are the On tho other hand while Jesus Iturnl New Yorker. That word means gases most used for destroying rats teaches that God is an "We fount! I ho original form too much to the future of the farmer and and mice in sheds, warehouses, and powerful, Father who wonK for our mail work here, so wu de hfs family. A recent editorial from stores. Each is effective If tho gas would havo all men saved; he does vised certain Improvements, which are the Southern Agriculturist on co- - can be confined and made to roach not teach that God overlooks sin In operation is given here: the retreats of tho animals. Owing .any form or degree, or that bo saves . "Cooperation enables farmers to to the great danger from fire incident men in their sins. Ho saves them sell their products for better prices, to burning charcoal or sulphur in i from their sins, helps them to buy things they need open pans, a special furnaco pro-- 1 He requires tho sinner to repent of at lower prices, makes it possible for vlded with means for forcing tho gas his sin and forsake it, or suffer the thorn to do together many things into the compartments of vessels or natural consequences till ho docs, as they could not do acting apart. If buildings is generally employed, the prodigal son did, hungering for cooperation amounted only to this, j Hydrocyanic-aci- d gas Is effective in even swine's food, or tho rich man, Improved Form of Road Drag, if it were nothing more than a purely destroying all animal life in after his spectacular funeral, longing proposition for special times ings. It has been successfully used for tho denied companionship of s. shown In the sketch, tho most Impor and circumstances, It would be weH to free elevators and warehouses of No, nothing but repentance, tunt of uilch wus that wo shod the ' worth while for farmers to cooperate. rats, mice and insects. However, it though late, would do for cither of front log with u strip two Indies wide, nnc-hnInch thick, of wrought "But these immediate and direct is dangerous to human life that tho them. being placed at the profits from cooperative effort are but novice should not attempt fumigation It was to persuade men to repent Iron, said strip the width lower edge with tho beginning of tho reward that co- - with it, except under careful instruc-operato- rs by an exhibition of tho extreme cf extending vertically nlong tho front aro to receive. Its ad-- 1 tions. Directions for preparing nnd sin, and) the cxtrcmo of love, that log." dition to the farmer's business cfll- - using tho gas may bo found in n Jesus submitted to be murdered by ciency is but a promise of what It publication entitled "Hydrocyanic-i- s tho wicked hands of sinners. When SAVE PERISHABLE PRODUCTS going to do for tho world. Co- - Acid Gas Against Household Insects," these belated sufferers seo tho real operation is the forerunner and the by Dr. L. O. Howard and Charles H. character of their sins, as explained Rural Motor Transportation Affords bringcr of a finer and higher Ideal j Popenoc. also to them by the Holy Spirit, Opportunity to Get Crops to Marof citizenship and fellowship; it holds Rat Viruses ket Quickly. (Seo I Peter 3: 19) and realize tho in its hands the promise of a new Several microorganisms, or love of Jesus and tho With tlio ndvoiit and dpvelopmcnt structure, a more dasirablo toria, found originally in diseased Father think you they will not repent rats or mice, have been exploited for and brcatho In his regenerating spir- of rural motor trnnsortatlon comes civilization. direct encouragement to raise better "Editor Russell, of the Irish nomo- - destroying rats. A number of theso it? noil bigger crops because of tho bettor rat viruses aro on the Jesus said to his apostles in his nnd broader market thus afforded. In American market. Tho Biological last Interview, as his CINCINNATI MARKETS. the production of marketable produce Survoy, tho Bureau of Animal In- explanation of the awful tragcdy.that there comes nn opportunity for the Hay and Grain. dustry, and tho United States Public Was just coming: "And I, if I, be lifted saving of perishable products by 1c Corn No, 2 wlilto S1.03SU.C0, No. 3 Health Service havo mado careful in- up from the earth will draw all men u k deliveries, nnd for higher prices. White $1.0401.03. No. 2 yellow $1.03. vestigations because of tho excellent condition In and practical tests of Unto me." (John 12:82.) No. 2 mixed $1.0201.03. No. 3 mixed which these commodities can bo dethese viruses, mostly with negative God's great democratic Kingdom $1.0101.02, white ear $1.C81.70. livered. Bound Hay Timothy per ton $230 results. Tho cultures tested by the can never como upon earth until tho 82.60. clover mixed $25031, clover $23 Biological Survoy havo not proved false idea of God as a selfish tyrant 020.00. satisfactory. is cleared away, and Christ's idea of PROPER CARE FOR ROADSIDE Oats No. 2 white 87&Sc, No. 3 Tho chief defects to bo overcome God ns tho Heavenly Father comes white 60087c, No. 3 mixed 78070c. Means Substantial Addition to Value before tho cultures can bo recom into tho minds of all men cf Adjoining Property and Aids Wheat No. 2 red $2.01, No. 3 tnd mended for general uso are: 1. Tho Appearance. 52.680 2.C0. vlrulenco is not great enough to kill Five Die In Crash. Butter, Esqs and Poultry. n sufficiently high percentage of rata Proper attention to tho roadside urmii, .Mini. Butter Whole milk creamery extras that eat food containing tho micro, killed when an nn. persons were menus a definite Increase In tho pleasautomobile In which 68c, firsts S3c, seconds 62c, fancy dairy organisms. 2. Tho virulence de they were riding wan struck by an ure of traveling over It, a positive 60c. creases with tho ago of tho cultures. car on u crossing near hero. preservation of the rond Itself and n Eggs Extra firsts 40c, firsts 44c, orThey deteriorate in warm weather Tho occupants of the automobile, all substantial addition to the value of dinary firsts 42c. No matter how and in bright sunshine. 3. The dis members of ono fatally, were hurled adjoining property. Live Poultry Broilers, 1 lbs. and well constructed the traveases resulting from tho microor 200 foot anil with ono exception were smooth nndmay bo. If over 43c, fowls, 4 lbs nd over 34c; the roadside, Is eled road under 4 lbs 31c; roosters 21c. ganisms aro not contagious and do killed Instantly. uot properly cared for, the highway as not spread by contact of diseased Live Stock. n whole, will not glvo a good ImpresBeach Riot Quelled By Troops. Cattle Steers, good to cholco $120 with healthy animals. 4. Tho com Itovere, Ma. Kedor.il troops frcun sion. Macadam or grin el roads par 14, fair to good $8012, common to parative cost of tho cultures is too Ft. Banks wore ruhed to Itevero bench tlcularly need the protecting shade of fair $008; heifers, good to cholco great for general use. Since they after a crowd of miIIom aud marines trees. $10013, fair to good $7010, common to fair $507, canucrs $301, havo no advantages over the common had attacked u police station foVowIng Coercion OKI Passed. poisons, except that thoy are usually tho inobblnjt of n Metropolitan l'ark stock lielfurs $5.6008. London. Thi IrlJi coercion bill polleo officer who had attempted to arCalves Good to cholco $1O01OJV), harmless to man and other animals, wus passed on I'.s thir.1 rending by the fair to good $1)0)10, common and thoy should bo equally cheap; but rest a tailor. A detachment of 300 from Ft. Hunks was hurried to House of Commons by a vote of 200 to lame $50 S. their actual cost is much greater. Sheep Good to cholco $7.6008, fair Moreover, considering tho skill and Uio sccnu aud proceeded, with fixed 18. Iu an exciting scci;o In the Houso bayonet, to clear tho lxch. nw during discussion of thu Government's to good $3.6007.60, coimuou $103, lambs, cood to choice $15013.60, fair care necessary in their preparation, lice Miniated tho crowd at the boach bill, Joseph Devlin, Nationalist memit 1b doubtful if tho cost can be great- at Uio timo of th riot to bo IdMXiO. ber from llulfast, was suspended and to good $10.60016. Tlio naval authorities gnro nnkra to sent front the House. lie was followHogs Selected heavy shlpjiers ly reduced. r $15.60010, butchers $10.25, mallum ed by other Nationalists, a great maThe Department of AgrlcuKare tho navy provoat guard Uiat $16.25010.60, common to choice heavy therefore, does not prepare, lu Itovtir was to Uo urnvtud. Later jority of tho Labor party and a numuse, or light ghlpjxjm ffat sows $9012.75, mom than tff) ha1 hwi plantd wxW ber of tho Independent liberals, amid 15.5O0167.5, pics (110 lbs aud kf) recommend tho uso of rat viruscj. or rusk, qui) the Btitlwuitiitf kjmhihjI to tlio Jeers of members supporting tlio $10013.25. (Continued Next Week) liavo ualntol ontitn4 ut Uio eitutUton. Ululntry. --Mc-Kc- e, , hnlf-lng( ' build-business Laz-nrutwo-Inc- h bac-soci- al I sol-dle- in otorj-.iiaU-o- JUNIOR CLUB CAMP At London Fnlr Ground, August 10 to 21, thcro will bo n Junior Agri cultural Club Camp. This camp was mnntloned in tho Mt. Vernon Signal last week as though tho Junior Club Camp was held for Laurel county club members only. Tho camp is for .Timlnr A trrlpiilturnt club members of Eastorn Kentucky. I havo written nil my club members of Southern Mndlson and Rockcastlo counties, asking then to let mo know if they would like to attend the camp. Many hnvc sent in cards saying that they wcro making plnns for the camp. If there is a club member of Rockcastle who wishes to attend this camp they may do so by sending me his or her name on card I mailed them. Since I will not havo time to answer those cards, I will do so now in this i ROAD BUILDING FAVOR THROUGH MAIN ROADS Motortrucks Expected In tc-- j n.t Plftj Proml rent Part Transportation Facilities. Knglnml I now (Minting romN foi motor transportation, for. nlilmoai she Is amply equipped wild rallrmol- It I believed that horonftor nminr trucks will piny n prominent jmrt In tin' business of ilie country. System of special hlshwnys nro Mine niHipei ni't, iiml Hit' plnns promised lucludi i n apparently excellent feature. To mold I lie dclavs nnd congestion Inrl lent on traversing towns. It Is sue gostod Hint Hit' limln rond lio IncnteiS beyond tho borders of the town, unit tills would certainly expedite trnllle h It would not lie noccsMiry for ovor t chicle using tho rotlle to iwlnfnlly ilireml Its way through evory vlllsge on (lie wny. (If course this would not ni'lH'iil to tlio Inenl tradesman who Ii.Ihs to catch nn occasional penny frmo tlie passing mrs. nor to tlio loenl magistrate wlin Intlntos Ills own In come, nnd Ilie funds of his town. by his Interpretation of (lie law; lint tills is n matter of untlmml Interest and rot to lie restricted by potty local con sidoratlotis. Scientific American. shoes, She has hail to act as nurse, doc-tb- r, cook, teacher, publicity agent, lecturer nnd orgnnizcr, somct'mos vorking practically throughout tho cntiro round of the clock, but establishing n rcpiistion that has mado I or tho guide, rhi'osophcr nnd friend of the whola community which she server. Had Little Previous Experience A recent graduate of tho Newton Hospital lin'img school, Miss Jest had only n little cxpcflenco In Now York uhm cnUcd by tho Portlcnl chnptcr of tho Red Cross to essay the hazards of a Maine winter In tho rural regions, but so well did sho succeed thnl sho was mado health officer of tho district beforo spring. Sho has now moro than 40 schools to look after. "My ambition wns to do public health work," said Miss Rest a few days ago. "I had learned to drlvo a fiivvor, nllhough I hail never been on such country roads ns these Tho first thing I .did was to go to tho superintendent of schools in Gray, which, as you know, is a town half way between Portland nnd Lcwiston. He nnd his wife snld it had been their dream to havo a school nurse, so I suppose I was their dream. I tried to get a map but I could not find one, nor could I find nny paper largo enough to copy the topographical map on, so I used nn old apron nnd now I keep this as n souvenir. Regan With Toothbrush Drill "At the very first I had to address a school, although I had never dono such n thing liofore. Rut I knew whnt I wanted to tell them nnd also I kept asking for constructive criticism started the children with a toothbrush drill. I found thnt as many as 85 per cent of them had bad teeth, "Every' town In tho district had its own problems. That of Raymond wns bad throats. New Gloucester had tho worst lighted school In tho district. Nono of the schools have a water system, and when I told the children to wash their hands, 1 found thnt there was no water for them to wash them In. In ono school 60 per cent of tho children had eye sight below the normal, and somo very bad, largely duo to tho Improper lighting of tho building. Sanitary conditions were seldom right nnd, al though by talking to the parents I wns ablo to get such things as water for washing purposes, much needed to bo done. "The solution really is tho consoli dated school and transportation. In one school, at 28 below zero, at 11 o'clock they wcro just beginning to thnw out, for the children had to walk long distances. Most of the for noon work wan lost. They ato cold food, so I decided that tho thing to Io was to talk hot lunches. I got In touch with the homo demonstration lepartmont of tho Rureau of Agrl culture, and wo worked together." Miss Rest Interested tho parents, townspeople nnd womnns' clubs and her efforts resulted In hot lunches being provided In a number of schools. Miss Rest reports some strenuous times in her district nursing. "Ono Friday afternoon," sho says, "I got n message from Cumberland, saying that n wholo family was sick and that they could not get a person to help them would I como? I couldnt get out. "I couldn't get out I 'Rut', camo tho reply, 'tho woman is dying and tho whole family sick.' Still It was n physical impossibility, for thcro were no trains running. town nnd hero wo did find n train and arrived nt Gray, whero wo took the electrics for somo dlstanco and fin-b- y Ished the trip on snowshocs. "District nurses, I had decided, not do night duty, but I arrived this houso about 8 o'clock. Tho womnn hnd died, two children wore sick with pneumonin, two others had the 'flu' nnd tho trained nurso wns ready to drop. Another person could not bo secured In Portland or Lewis-tonnd so I took night duty nnd stayed on the enso two nights. "After this I had night duty right nnd left. I did tho best I could nnd did not lose n patient. "I went to ono family whero thcro wns n new baby. Tho houso was all kitchen down stairs and all bedroom upstnlrs. Tho mother hnd had eight children nnd hnd 'never been fixed up lwfore.' That day I found thcro wni nothing to ent in tho houso. You cannot go into n family In Malno nnd nsk them whnt their Incomo Is, or if they hnvo anything in tho house, but I stayed around nnd waited to seo when dinner wns to bo served. I finally found there wns to bo ono. A neighbor co)ercd thnt emergency. This family was not very poor when there was work. Tho woman did not know how to work effectively, but sho wns anxious to learn. Tho tray I used was the top of a barrel and thcro wns so great a shortage of dishes that tho family had to cat in relays. Neither wcro thcro any cups or saucers. Rut, of course, this was an unusual case. The family is all right when everything is O. K., but If anything happens they como on tho town for nid. I suggested that they havo some closets, and now tho husband has put up n rough board closet In one corner of tho kitchen rough, but n closet. And tho mother has taken caro of the baby well and exactly according to instructions. "I talked public health ovcrywhoro nnd tho peoplo wero very good and nsked intelligent questions and helped In everything I nsked. Town Made Her Health Officer "At one of tho town meetings, tho question came up of electing a health officer and it was decided to dissolve tho board of health and nsk mo to be health officer. I said I didn't know anything about it, but they decided that I should bo tried out as part-tln- io officer along with the other work. Tho program Included quarantine work, which means going to toll tho families to put up tho placard and, later, to tako it down and to adviso them what to do afterward." Miss Rest is an enthusiastic advo-ca-to work nnd constantof "clean-up- " ly urges it. Sho is working for better water supply systems and for tho prevention of disease arising from this source. Sho has tackled tho clean milk problem in connection with the baby question. n, PLANT AND DEVELOP TREES Indiana Authority Gives Advlco as to the Best Methods for Securing Desired Results. A hnrd-wood i r - good lawn with plenty of trees, properly located, Is ono of the tlnokt things to be tnkcu Into consideration In home boautlllcntlon. according to C - Ilurkholdor of the horticultural division of the I'uriluo Hard(Ind.) extension department, wood trees nru always desirable for planting around tlui home even though thoy aro slower In growth than tho more undesirable nnd shorter-livetrees, such ni the Carolina poplar, boxwood and soft maple. The elm, lin den, tulip poplar, horse chestnut, sugar maple, Norway inn si o and white nsh nro ii few of the hardwood trees which thrho under most conditions nnd grow rapidly nflor thoy nro onco well start ed. Now Is tho time to provide for a good strong growth next summer. Every ono of tho nbovo varieties of trees, up to the tlmo It Is eight or nluu years old nt the least, should bo given a heavy coating of barnyard manuro each fall nnd this material should bo spndrfl In the shallow ground around tho trees In tho spring. A clrclo nhout ench treo six feet In diameter should be kept frco of woods and grass throughout the summer season. This First Trip On Snowshbes "Then the messenger asked If ho Is mi Inexpensive: treatment nnd will brought snowshoes would I como? I develop ho growth of the treo ench Plenty f carefully observed. agreed. I never thought ho would of manuro will menu plenty of growth. get there, but by noon they started Superstition of Mons. breaking out tho roads. They had Mons, tho hoim of tho guardian four horses hitched to several logs theafastened together, with sovcral men saint of tho llritlsh army, Is thoLume-co-n evory year of riding on theso. Tho horses went two ter dlsplny which the famous procesends tho or threo steps nnd thqn fell down and sion of 8t Wnudru. At midday to had to bo shovelled out. This kept tho tolling of tlio grcnt bell, otherup nnd tho work took a long tunc. wise beard only ns n war nliinn, St. g Right behind tho men George gives battle to tho dnigon. camo tho R. F. D. man and half an After a deadly combat, the dragon, rlto, hour later tho messongcr arrived on nccordlng tothroughcrushes down In the tho nostrils, and dust, shot snowshocs, bringing a pair for mo tho devils nro chastised by the brave so thcro wns nothing for mo to do followers of the victorious knight. but go. I went, and we managed to Iteforu entering Uio lists tlio fabled get on ono of tho brcaklng-ou- t teams "boast" Hays tho crowd with mighty and thus got to North Yarmouth. blows of his tall. Tho peoplo of Mons No train was running from here, and believe thnt n blow from tho tall brings good luck. What matter If It d road-brcakln- were told to walk to a small near-b- y - hurts? I AuRiMt 12, 1920. IMTBOVED THE CITIZEN INTINATIUNAI Fngo Seven UnirOBrf SUNDAYSOI00L I II. KV (Hr HT.W ATKIl, D. I).. Tm. her of ICnullnh 1IIM In )) Mood? llllil Inatllut of riiicsKo (Copr'lchl llll W(rn Nw.rirr t'ntoa.) A Strong Consolation KiKnulun IPADDYJ EVENING Lessor n JAm MLtR w By REV. CiEOUGE GUILLFj, Itopt'tmrnt, iliimly illbl Inalltutc, Chicago. mm.i MimtM. LESSON FOR AUGUST 22 DAVID'S PRAYCn FOn PAnDON. I:1-II.KHHnN TKXT-l- 'n OOLUKN TK.T-W- h me thoroughly from lulu initmltr, miJ clmtiM ine (rain my in. -- I' II x. ADDITIONAL MATBIIIAL- -ll Bam. U. THE PERSIAN LILACS. XKXT. That we mlcht tmvo a strong coniMilntlon who hare lleil for refuge to lay hold upon the hepe et before ui. S lleb. 1. 11 Tin nllulon here Is to the In Iirnel, tleeUig for security to the city of man-slny- I'UIMAItY feit n U TOI'IO-AMc- Ing Ood to For- Wronit rience. Kurclvenwn. INTKKMKMIATIt AND SHMOIt TOPIC What to Do When We Itnv Done YOUNG PHOPI.K Jl'NIon TOI'IO-Ilo-w told Obtained - refuge. When rnel reached hind, sis cities refugo were from I the of il nil IVnlttnlluI AND ADHI.T TOPIC Prnyer In ClirUtUn Expe- others as hnveni for uny who might unwittingly slay u fellowinau. T li e mansliiyer was to llee to the nearest of thcc and there he wni to remain, the safe from uvcngoT of blood, during tlio lift; of the high priest. When tho high priest died, mid so there enme a chnnge In the priesthood, he could lenve the city of refuge and return to his home. How these cities of refuge preached to Israel of her need of n divine refuge for a terrible frutrlcldo! For she Is the munslnyiT who has unwittingly slnln her fellowinau, the Lord Jesus Christ, as hU prnyer at the cross revealed: "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do." And tho avenger of blood is the Man of Sin, that dire enemy of tho last dnys, nnd for whoso coming the world Is making such rapid process Is needed. He was even willing for fire to ho npplled, Jiist so he could l clan. II. David's Confession (vv. 1. "I acknowledge my transgressions" (v. 3). He now makes n clean lirenst of them he would Ijolrl Imck noth-liltThere Is no wuy to pence with God hut by n full ennfejwlnn of sin. defiling with sin will No nvull. 2. "Agnlnst thee hnve I done this evil" (v. 4). All sin U vltully nnd ngnlnst God. All our wrong-dn-Inwltii our follows Is noting God, for such deed violate his lnws. To heighten all tht guilt he remembers that It wok done In Clod' sight, thus slnmlng dlsrupct und contempt for him. ,1. "Heboid. I wns shnpen In Iniquity" (v. 5). Ho confesses not only to thee acts of sin. hut tlmt hu Is hy very tinturo n sinner. III. David's Cry for Deliverance (vv. (Ml). 1. "MHko me to know wisdom" (v. 0). He asked God tlmt Instead of heart wlcktNlmw ho mlicht lo tntmlit by Cod himself In his Inmost miture. 2. "Piwo mo with hyssop" (v. 7. David seems to see tlmt In order to lie cleuniwil there Is need of npplylnc ntonlni; hloml. Ills prnyer 'sonrs n'loft on the wliisrs of fnlth to tlio supreme slu offering, Christ. B. UoMornflon (vv. 8. Ho not only wants piinlon, hut rptorntlon to the dlvlno fnvor In Jesus Christ. IV. David's Cry for Purity of Heart (vv. 1012). Ho realized tlmt If his life wnn to lio different, Clod must dispose his henrt townrd tlio riuht, so ho cried for the Holy Spirit to not hu tnken nwny from him. V. David's Vows (vv. 1. To tell Rod's mercies to others (v. lfl). The ono who hns experienced God's forjclvcmws at once desires to tell It to others. 2. To sine aloud of Ood's rlRhteous-nes- s (v. I I). Ho saw that tho application of God's morey and lovlnc kindness was on tho ground of righteousHo had vowed to ness nnd Justice. preach, now ho vows to sIdr. 3. To show forth Ood's pralso (v. 15). When tho Lord opens n man's Hps, then Ids lips shall sins ;. half-heartere-nl-ly g preparation. Hut the text likens believers In the Lord Jesus to the maiisluyer, nnd upon the likeness base our strong consolation. And In Hebrews 0:21 It Is written of the Great High Priest of our : Tor Christ Is not entered into Imly pluces made with hands, God. against which nre the figures of tho true, but 3. "Wnsh me from my Iniquity" (v. Into henveti Itself, now to appear in 2). He knew Hint It wits not enough the presence of God for us." to lmve (led hlot out his sin, for his The Christian's Refuge. very person was defiled. He knew Heboid your security, child of Godlj In (inter to he clenn he mtist he tlint llllt tit. In flw. fill-- nt ritfiif'., Htift tnt washed thoroughly, nnd tlmt hy God life there depending upon the High hlmelf. Priest who wild, "llecnuso I live ye 4. "Cleanse mo from my sin" (v. 2). shall live nlso," und of whom It Is He wni not clear tlmt washing would written In Horn. 5:10. Tor If, when mnke him clean, so he ptendi with we were enemies, wo were reconciled Ood to mnke him clenn liy wlintever to God by the dentil of his Son, much con-felo- n There enn senrcely ho nny ilmilit hut wlint tlic Kin hero meant Ih Dial which we studied Inst Sunday, namely, milliter)- ninl murder (see II Sum. 11 nw 12). Alimit n year hud elapecd frnii'i tlio time nf David's sin to III repentance. Tlio Thirty-seconPsnlm graphically pictures David's suite of cot:l during this time. It wns n yenr of great ; day nnd nlclit lie wnt tnshed hy n guilty In. this pnlm o see the path hy which n guilty soul niny return to God. I. David's Cry for Pardon (vv. 1, 2). It Is well to note his conception of God. lie saw him ns n Ooil of mercy nnd loving klmlneM. 1. "Have merry" (V. 1), Ho knew that JtiKtlce would forever separate him from God. Ilecnue he saw the mercy nnd loving kindness of OimI, lie did not sink down under his weight of gloom nnd doKilr. Hccnuse Judas Iscnrlot did nut see God iih n God of mercy tic went out and Imaged himself. my trangresslont" 2. "Hint out (v. 1). He was fully connclotis how tunny tind hreii his nets of rebellion - t. praises. 1. Tho reason nsslirned (vv. 10, 17). sinner Im? seen the supremo sncrlllco, Christ, nnd with u contrite hinirt presents tlio merits of ChrUt Jesus, God's remedy for sin. It Is hccniiso tho Mission of Every Christian. Tho noorer wo npproncli to God In our spiritual life and fellowship, tho Inrger our sympathies for humanity, nnd tho more uulvvrtnl our ministry In tho world. Tho mission of Christ Is tho mission of every Christian. Ho cumo and lived nnd died to savo tho world. Tho dlsclplo Is not better than his Master. Anon. An Invincible Armor. humor prayer und a sense of forgo Invincible armor. Itetb llrtulonl Gilchrist. A hnblt-of By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Suspicions that the soviet ltusslans were not acting In good faith when they offered to uegotlnte an armistice with the Poles were well founded. No sootier hud the Poles reached the place of meeting thnu the Russians broke I off the negotiations nnd demanded that another discussion be opened at Minsk. All the time their urmles continued the fierce attack designed to cut off the Dunzlg corridor nnd to capmore, being reconciled, wo slinll be ture Warsaw. At this writing the shvwI by his life." part of that program has been IMit when will our Great High Priest temporarily checked by Polish sucillej And Unmans 0:9 answers: "Know-cesses, hut the latter part Is about to lug that Christ being raised from the be curried out. With the red army dead tllctli no more; death hath no within n few miles of Warsaw, the 1ms left more dominion over hlni." Ho civilian Inhabitants of that city were tho gni e forever In defeat behind him in flight and the government wns preand he lives In the presence of God paring to move to Cracow. The Husfor us In tho power of that endless sions had captured tho great fortress life-- And thus Hebrew 7:23-2.- : "And nnd hnd crossed tho of they truly were ninny priests, because Hug river northwest of that place, adthey were not suffered to continue by vancing In echelon In such n way ns roHsou of death." Aaron died, and the to force the Poles to evacuate the "You Look So Lovely." priesthood descended, to Ills sons, nnd strong forts west of KloAxer nnd Ithaiimr. These, In turn, eventually to drive them out of Wardied und the priesthood descended to nnd daffodils nnd tho tulips nnd hya- saw If succor did not come. Further their sons, ami mi on through n long cinths nnd even the little crocus flow- north, soviet troops that had crossed line of priests. "Hut this Man," the ers, which wcro unusually late coming the Narew river were defeated, and next verse tells us this Man who now this year, so that we hod tho pleasure In the south, ulioru they threatened appears for us In heaven "because he of seeing some of them." Letuberg, they were being held and Aa the (lowering almonds mentioned een pushed back In some places. contluuetli ever, hath an unchangeable priesthood. Wherefore ho Is nblo nlso tho different flowers, they all redJU. Since It was agreed that only out- to save them to tho uttermost that their pretty heads nnd said: "TbankVldo aid could save Poland from be- como- unto God by him, seeing he you dear, (lowering nlmonds," nmh ng crushed by the bolshevlkl, the over llveth to make Intercession for thero wns n lovely fragmnco of all tho inn n question wns the source and un spring flowers throughout tho garden til ro of that aid. Premier Lloyd them." Kncli of those cities Is mentioned by ns they whispered their thanks, which George, plnced In a most uncomfort-nlil- o "position, wns said to have called name, In the twentieth chapter of were carried nbout by the Hreeze brothKrnssln and Knmlneff, the soviet repJofliua, and every nnmo speaks to us ers. "You know," said one of 'tho flower resentatives, to conference nnd to of our good portion now In Christ, In ing nlmonds, "I think n special vote have demanded that the advance Into whom wo are secure. The llrst was Kedesli In Nnphtall: of thanks should bo given to tho Per Poland be Immediately and unconditho "sanctuary of the struggler." This sian lllncs. Every year they como out, tionally stopped, even before the signllrlt-al- n Is what our Lord hns provided for nil and nftcr they so their lovely bushes ing of an armistice, or else Great would declare wnr. If this was his own by that awful struggle to nro still so pretty with their grecu his determination, It was reached despite whl It our sins had put him, so that leaves. "Hut best of all Is tho visit they pay tho views of a considerable part of now wo struggle no more but rwt In us every slnglo spring. They nro so tils cabinet. Including himself, thnt his finished work on our behalf. penco with Itussla must bo forced by Tlio second was Shechein In tlio hill small and dainty a lilac, their color Is economic rather than military meascountry of Kphrnlm. Shechem menus such n soft shado of lavender, they ures. Others of the ministers, lend by Kphralm Is "fruitful-ness.- nro so beautiful nnd so flowery nnd "shoulder," and Winston Churchill, were snld to favor In this haven of refugo tlmt so soft and sweet, and they nro so unrelenting warfare ou the bolshevlkl very, very fragrant that wo should tell Christ has provided It Is In bowing and the extension of unlimited ntd to' tho nhouldcrto receive tho yoke of them how much we lovo them and how vp.iliiml. n niinnr I ri Lnn Tliom kglad wo aro each year to see them, submission to htm that tho fruitful-nes.IT- - I - ...II mcu crea- don (hat tho allies had determined to u la uiuy rifciu iu ten for which ho looks from us It tures nnd things tbnt wo Hko them. It send six divisions to Poland, presumrealized. would bo qulto unfnlr nny other way ably some of the occupational forces Tho third was Hebron In tho hill from Gennnny. Also, the members of nil, and ro wo tell country of Judah. And hero arc two at lilacs that wo shouldthem tho Per tho supreme council of allied ambassian lovo and that familiar names: Hebron Is "com- wo welcomo them nnd that wo nro sadors were hurriedly called from munion" mid Judah Is "praise." A looking forward to seeing them next their vacations to meet In Paris. goodly city this, and It Is ours! Shut year. Tho reply of Moscow to Lloyd unup hero with Christ, It Is to enjoy to tho London "Wo know how the people lovo them, George, according broken communion with him and thin wo know that for years they havo Times, wns a refusal to halt tho bolto have tho overfull heart pour Itself looked forwnrd to seeing tho Persian shevik advance on tho ground that out In that "sacrifice of pmlso" with lilacs In tho spring and enjoying them the nrniy had been promised tho lootwhich our Owl Is well pleased. The Itusslans said We ing of Warsaw. right through the spring, too. Tho fourth city was Hezer In the know how, nfter tho other lilacs havo they were prepared to offer Poland nnd wider And what Is tho wilderwilderness. come out, the Persian lilacs bloom and completo Independence ness? Just what this world ha be- then they last longer than tho others, boundaries, but tjint they Insisted on n separate pcuco with tho Poles. come to the heart that has come mulct becauso they hnvo como later." tho iower of these, dlvlno realities nnd "Ah," tho Persian lilacs said. "It Is Tho allies realize that In sending nn that knows Its place In Christ. Hul good of you nil to bo so kind to us. llozer means "riches" and tolls us ol Our bushes are nil very grateful. Hut army to the rescue of tho Polos they our possessions now la Christ that we you know wo couldn't help but como may bo couicllcd to violate tho neulire to enjoy In tho wilderness world out each spring. Hcncnth our bushes trality which Germany has proclaimed, Tho llftli Is Itamoth In Ullciid. AnO are beds of lilies of tho valley, tlio and tho sincerity of Itorlln Is so quesYou, sweet, fragrant lilies of tho valley, that tionable that this may bo done withltumotli melius "tho heights." A sinister astho heights are ours ulwo, for "h nestle In among their green leaves, nnd out much compunction. hatli made us sit togothur la the they nlways talk softly to us and send pect Is given tho stand of tho Germans by tho report that beforo tho heuvenlles," nnd by n thousand volcol us their sweet greetings. began they mndo a he Is calling us to have our hearts In fond of us; Polish otfenslve "Then tho people aro so govplace In which ho sees us. so, and secret treaty with tho Moscow tbey lovo their Persian lilacs that ernment. Tlio treaty, It Is asserted, And Inst wo come to Golun, "Joy,' all tho (lowers aro so kind to us and "exultation," n titling nnmo, Indeed help us add to tho frngranco of tho contained tho following provisions: Itussln, without Interference from with which to end the record, foi spring garden. There Is n Jealousy, Germany, would be allowed to approknowing our strong consolation nut! and everyone Is trying to add their priate all of Poland's arms, munitions, ull these Moused things that belong tc sweetness to tho whole. Wo will al- rolling stock nnd foodstuffs. ways come out, never fear I" they us In the cities of refuse our exultu After the conquest of Poland permls- Hon Is complete. 1 for-.in- cr 1 Hret-Lltovsk Hrest-Lltovsk I s s 1 Is nlmost time that wo should go," said tho Persian lilacs In the garden. "Still, our small green leaves will bo with you nnd they will stay until the autumn comes, hut we. the (lowers, must lenve, for tho stimmi.r Is nn time nm! wn nrn rrndv , B0 VVe ke ,j, May , tIie vt,ry nrlv i... ... ,nrin rii,, ,.n . summer. Hut then we must leave." "So mtit we," said the double white Narcissus flowers. They wcro very fragrant, nnd ns they spoke a lovely nnrclssus fragrance filled tho whole nlr. "We lenvo our leaves, too," said tho little myrtle llowcrs. They were so deep a blue and so sweet nnd dnlnty, snuggled nmong their vine lenves. "Hut," they added, "our lenves will They be used for birthday wrenths. mnke such good wreaths, as there nre long pieces of us like vines. "Yes," they continued, "wo must be going soon, though some of our blossoms do come out once In n while through the summer, to tell tho garden llowers and the myrtle leaves that the whole myrtle family will blossom next spring again. "How fine our lenves nro for the birthday wreaths," continued the myr-tl-o wrenths; "ah, wo will do our part throughout tho summer." "Wo know you will," said the myrtle blossoms. "We must bo leaving soon, too," said tho pink flowering nlmond. "You have looked so lovely In your soft pink dresses," said the double narcissus flowers. "You dress In such n springlike fnshlon. You look so lovely and so gay nnd so brjght. You really do know Just how to dress In the spring. iAihI nil tho pink flowering almond bushes arc so lovely." "Ah, wo'ro very grateful to you for saying so," the flowering almonds answered. "Wo love tho springtime, and we love seeing the other flowers. We love the myrtle blossoms nnd the white lllncs and the purple lilacs and the dear Persian lllncs and tho Jonquils "t ,i, . mm mm. assKi women taking part In the nnnunl sckol at Prague. 2 Parade In Dnyton, Thousands of Czecho-Slova0.. In honor of Governor Cor, Democratic, presidential nominee. 3 Col. John G. Isbcll, formerly a captnln In ; the American army, now chief of the tank corps of the Lithuanian nrmy. as mm-i- T 1 k - NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Russians Overrun Poland While the Allies Seek to Devise Ways to Stop Them. ENEMY CLOSE TO slon would be given Itussln to send n number of bolshevlst commissioners Into Hint country to control the export of Polish supplies of nil kinds. Itussln would then undertake to evacuate Poland completely In fnvor of Germany, which would hold the country ns a guaranty against future credits to Itussln In return for German goods and German labor. bling by middlemen lessened. will be greatly WARSAW League of Nations Council Adopts Railways Satisfied Basle Plans With Rate Increases Communist Labor Party Leaders Convicted in Sweden. After n trial lasting many weeks, n Jury In Chicago convicted William ' Hross Lloyd, millionaire sergeant nt nrms of the Communist Labor party, The council of tho League of Naand 19 other members of that party, tions, Iu session at San Sebastian, Spnln. Is busy with plans for tho pre- of sedition, and all of them were .senvention of future wars, and during tho tenced to Imprisonment In addition week It took several important steps. Lloyd was fined $2,000 and two others First It adopted the French plan for $1,000 each. Throughout the country an International geuernl staff of mill-tnr- y general satisfaction wns felt In this experts to devise plans of oper- result of a caso that was considered ations In event nny state makes war one of the most Important ever held In an American court. As Special Proseor violates an agreement. This nctlon which was opposed by the United cutor Comerford expressed It: "The States last year, Is thought to bo pre verdict convicts tho movement ns well liminary to combined nctlon ngnlnst ns the men behind It, and establishes a precedent which makes criminal bolshevik Hussla and ngnlnst Germany the meeting of men for the purpose of If she unites with tho bolshevlsts. AnFrench plan, though presented advocating, the overthrow of the govother ernment." by Italy, also was adopted, for the es tablishment of an International block Something like 50,000 Democrats ade committee nnd Justifying the The plan of the gathered In Dayton, O., Saturday to blockade principle. advisory Jurists' committee for an Inhear Governor Cox told formally that ternational court of Justice was ndopt-e- d ho Is tho party's nominee for the presas submitted. This wns almost en- idency. The notification ceremonlen took place In the Montgomery count tirely tho work of Klllm Hoot. fair grounds where n temporary As had been expected, tho Greeks amphlthenter wns erected. They were preceded by a parade In which about pretty much cleared Thrace of Turkish nationalists, but Kemal Pasha 20,000 persons took part. Tlio town was not beaten nnd opened a strong was handsomely decorated and the offensive ngalust tlio Greek forces in residents opened their homes to the rf Asia Minor along the Hagdnd railroad. visitors. In his speech of acceptanco GoverAt Sluiuv, northeast of Smyrna, which Is outsldo their area of occupation, tho nor Cox declared that the United States should outer tho League of NaGreeks were defeated In a battle and forced to retreat. In order to tions, Immediately ratify the penco prevent Greek occupation of Constan- treaty and stnto our Interpretation of tho covenant as a matter of good faith tinople tho Turkish cabinet was hurriedly reorganized, practically all the and as a precaution ngnlnst misundernew members being friendly to Great standing In tho future; the InterpretaBritain, and preparations wero mado tion clearly to show that the league for tho signing of tho penco treaty. Is not nn alliance and that Its basic Hut Constantinople Is threatened purposo Is peace and not controversy. from another direction, according to On the matter of prohibition ho said reports from Sofia. It Is sald n strong that nny .candidate for the presidency who says he does not Intend to Communist party Is being organized tho law Is more unworthy than la Hulgarln by Mndjaroff, a Husso-phllthnt nil Its men members from tho law violator. He declared ho- fatwenty to forty-flvyears of age, nro vored tho repeal of war taxes nnd the being given arms and trained secretly, reduction of federal taxation, nnd suggested n volumo of business tax Innnd that tho purpose Is to with the Itusslaa soviet troops la a stead of tho excess profits tax. In dealing with other Issues he followed drive on Constantinople. along tho lines of tho San Francisco platform. Tho strike of bituminous coal miners In tho mlddlo Western states, being unauthorized and disapproved by o In tho Missouri state primary the union. Is petering out nnd tho fear Long, who campaigned on a of a fuel famluo Is decreasing. PresiLenguo of Nations nnd law enforcedent Wilson asked tho men to return ment plntform, won tho Democratic to work pending adjustment of their senatorial nomination, nnd tho Itepub-Ilcacomphiluts, nnd President Lewis of renominated Senator Spencer. tho United Mine Workers of America In Kansas tho Republicans renominatgave the same advice, making It as ed Senator Curtis and Governor Alnearly tuandntory as ho could. Tlio len. According to Incomplete returns, strikers In Illinois and InHlana slow- Itepresentntlvo Scott Ferris was leadly returned to tho mines. Those of ing Senntor Gore for the senatorial Kansas were more stubborn nnd A. M. nomination la Oklahoma. Former Howut, president of tho state union, Senntor Hulley wns nn easy winner In bitterly attneked Lowls and refused Texas. to abide by his Instructions. New York's unolllclal Democratic So far as Illinois and the Chicago convention put up a stato ticket head region aro concerned, tho Illinois pubed by Gov. Alfred 13. Smith and select lic utilities commission took action ed Lieut. Gov. Ilnrry Walker for that should relieve tho situation there senator. Its platform calls for modi very markedly. This was an ordor fication of tho Volstead net to penult forbidding tho reconslgniuent of cars 2.75 per cent beer nnd urges recogni of fuel after they have reached their tion of tho Irish republic. destination and providing that on all carload shipments of coul, lumber, or In other shipments In open top cars the tho aviation tho week's triumph was railroads shall make n charge of $10 Yorksuccessful opening of tho New to Snn Francisco air mull route; n day for each day or fraction thereof that n cor Is held beyond tho ."free Its tragedy was tho death of Lieuten time" allowed by the roads. la this ant Lockleur, noted "stunt" aviator, when his piano fell J.000 feet at Lou way, It Is believed, tho evil of gam A u gel en. --e; o Breck-Inrldg- j There has been a lot of sarcastic criticism of the League of Nations because it hns nut tnken cognizance of war. In a letter to the Itusso-PolisLord Itobert Cecil, Viscount Grey, former foreign minister, has this to say; "The league hnd nothing to do with wnr and It Is a the Kusslan-Pollscrime against the league and Its members, to chnrge It with responsibility when Hie responsibility clearly did not rest with the league, but with Individual governments. "The league was not Invoked to restrain Poland, one of Its own members, from nggresslon or, as the prime minister calls It, reckless and foolish action, ns It should have been. To In voke the league now to suppprt Poland by nrms against tlio consequences of her action Is not merely Illogical ; It Is In fact, n great misuse of tho league." h h The railways appear to bo fairly well satisfied with the rate increases authorized by tho Interstate commerco commission, nnd nnnounce that they are preparing to spend $700,000,000 this yenr for Improvements and betterments. Tlio Increases granted are, In freight rates, an nvcrage of 3514 per cent for the entire country; for passenger, excess baggage and milk rates, 20 per cent; for Pullman rates, GO per cent. It Is estimated the Increase In earnings will nmount to nnd that the net operating Income of the roads will now be about 5100,000,000 less than the roads asked. As to the effect on the general public, there Is difference of opinion. Some experts figure thnt the Incrensed rates will mean, the adding of moro thnu $1 a day to tile cost of living of the average family. Others, equally expert, Insist thnt tho resulting better transportation and higher rate of production will bring lower prices. a I Thro Eight THE CITIZEN August 12, 1920. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No Annual FIDDLERS' Meeting AT BEREA, KY. Fifteen "Old Time Fiddlers" will enter n contest for Jackson County Fair BOND ANNVILLE, KY. f..rrpoml!f puMUhM imlwi limed In full hr the writr. Th nm n Hnc of iroil flth. Writ pltlnlr. It nol for puhllcntlon. but ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to be given in three prizes tat$50 to First: $30 to Second; $20 to Third OUK TIUP THROUGH JACKSON i apron, fancy apron, drawn work, ting, cotton crochet work, apple pie, COUNTY You enn't afford to miss this Fnir. Come nnd see the Also a prize of $10 will be given to the Fiddler who white cake, chocolate cake, 6 cookies, On Monday morning, August 2, Irs C occompnnimenl. corn muffins, C biscuits, 1 lb. butter, plnys the best tune with company with County Agent Robert 1 qt. applo preserves, 1 qt. peach pretho managing editor; F. Spence, The best "Fiddlers" of the whole country wilt be present. serves, 1 qt. can apples, 1 qt. can started on horseback through tho with Cnpt. Brooke at the helm, do all kind of stunts The public generally is Invited to attend this meeting. peaches, 1 qt. can blackberries, 1 qt. northwestern section of Jackson in the air. Take a ride into the heavens. 1 qt. apple butter, 1 qt. dried apples, county. At tho same time four Aug. 21, 7:30 p. m. College dried peaches, 1 qt. honey, 1 qt. moTWO FREE ACTS DAILY other squads of men started into the lasses, 0 apples, G peaches, G pears, Come Early! Admission 50 Cents county at other places. The object G G Irish potatoes, G sweet potatoes, The Wild Weit Show aid other large aggregations with Two was to carry out a plan which had onions, G beets, G cars white corn, G to cover tho Gaod Bands. Gronndi enlarged and arrangements been previously made 1 qt. yellow corn, 1 qt. wheat, spending two weeks with their Emma Farmer nnd two sons, Arvis county during tho week, visiting nil cars 1 (or Best Fair in Kentucky. pumpkin, 1 cabbage head, 1 oats, with parents and friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. and Paul, spent Wednesday tho schools, speaking to tho scholars 1 qt canned beans. 1 qt. glass jelly, Oran Click attended tho Bcrca Fair Misses Myrtle and Icy Farmer. and patrons on community ImproveThousands of Mountain people will attend Be with them! canned corn, 1 qt. dry beans. ment and organizing each community last Thursday. Miss Mary Kirby also Stephen Farmer spent last WednesA prize of ?2.00 Is offered for first Powell day with his son, J. B. Farmer of The several attended the Fair. Anron for that purpose. in tho following: schedules were closely followed and spent a few days last week with his Grny Hawk. Robert Spurlock of Pen Barred Rocks by club member, Privett nnd Orcn Raleigh of Chad-we- ll together at nil the speakers camo brother, Bill Powell, of Boreas-Mi- ss pig by club member, written work were visiting John Simpson, and Sunday with Mrs. Thomas' convention uttcranco and tho candiMcKcc on Friday night to report Bertha Powell, who has not been well date's longer explanation of It, or mother, Mrs. Kirby, of Wallaceton. by whole school, reading by school, since she had influenza last winter, Is Saturday night nnd Sunday. H. D. their work and to organize tho McKee spelling by school, singing by school, Farmer and family spent last Satur- Miss Nannie Chastccn, who has been npology for It, ns tho enso may be, spending a few weeks with her nunt district. confined to her room with n broken do not together furnish an assurance community spirit, attendance. By about 10 o'clock we were at Rogersville, being treated by Dr. day, night nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd anklo. is ablo to bo out again. Mr. as to what tho party will do In unTwenty-fiv- e cents is offered for first nt Mrs. C. N. Shepherd of Olin. Mrs. Vcrtlo nnd Gibson of Richmond. the Abrams school on the top of Big and Mrs. C. C. Thomas spent Sun-iln- y foreseen emergencies. Really theso in these sports: Radio Johnson and Sallie Powell made G. M. Moore of Washington, D. C, Is Hill. School was not in session here with Ben Shearer and family of labored documents nro not so much dash, broad Sack race, 100-yvisiting friends nnd relatives. and no one came to hear us. We went n shopping trip to Berca Saturday. Richmond. P. W. Shearer fell from a firm foundation upon which a party jump, high jump. on to Chas. Abney's and had dinner.! A community meeting will bo held nt n high porch one day last week and will tako its stand, nnd upon which To provide funds for the premiums, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY schoolhouse on tho evening of tho we wem to uavc spring, acnooi men injured his head very badly, but is Is plants its batteries to bombnrd nil each teacher will raise $3.50. Each the DUputanta had not begun thero and so no meet20th. Everybody nttend. mending very slowly. Revival meet- that opposes, ns they nro flexible aad teacher will bo permitted to attend DIsputanta, Aug. 9. Good rains ing. Going on, we camo to Clover Herd ing logins at Macedonin. August 14. clastic fences, caphblo of being the school fair In one division other o fell in this vicinity recently. Mr. nnd Bottom school in time to hear n closHerd. Aug. C. Misses Effa and opened nt nny point nnd of being her own. and count the day. ing song and let the children know than Hamilton, of Mildred, nnd Miss Mrs. W. II. Thomas nro the proud stretched so as to enclose any group information and par For further THE CAMPAIGN OF 1920 that we were ready for the evening ticulars write to Supt. H. F. Minter. Zou Moore, of Tyncr, wens visiting parents of a fine boy, born August 7. of outsiders who chance to como near. (Continued From Pago Four) meeting. Miss Smith, daughter of .Miss Jewell McGeorge Saturday night. His name Is Harvey. Mrs. C. B. In fewer and plainer words, platforms McKcc, Ky., or County Agent W. R II. M. Smith, is the teacher here. Reynolds, Tyncr, Ky. Miss Mollie Moore of Tyncr spent Davidson of Indiana spent Saturday had his ear nt tho telephone, so as to arc chiefly devices for catching votes. ' With this family we took supper and last Saturday night and Sunday with night and Sunday with Mrs. W. S. know of his nomination even before If, in my earlier years, when I was Shearer. Several pcaple from here the result of the decisive ballot was felling some giant tree, I wcro asked staid through the night. Misses Myrtle and Icy Farmer. Nelson I STEPHEN ABRAMS Hurst, the president of the Junior; Misses Eflfa and Lillio Hamilton. Zou attended the Bcrea Fair. Gcorgo announced in tho convention hall, a which way I was going to run when Brother Stephen Abrams, of CloAgricultural Club of Clover Bottom, Moore nnd Jewell McGeorge spent Owens of Mt. Vernon has been visit- month or moro is allowed to pass be- tho tree should fall, I sometimes ver Bottom, Jackson county, who was took us to his home that evening and Inst Sunday with Misses Myrtle and ing friends and relatives here. fore ho is officially notified, in tho would Ins obliged to answer: "It born July 22, 1833, was united In showed us his pigs and corn. was a speaking Misses Lula 'and Myrtle Gadd of presence of nssembled thousands. upon which way tho trco shall marriage to Susio Robinson, to which Icy Farmer. There We had a good crowd at the meetthe Fall Rock schoolhouso Tues- Wnllaceton spent Saturday night and t This long Interim enables him to read fall." And so every aspirant to high union were born nine children, three at ing that night and the people re- Robertson of Rich Sunday with their cousin. Miss Elsio comments upon tho document Issued office, and most of nil, n candidate girls; Mrs. Linda Bowldin, the wife day night; Prof. sponded to our appeals. This is a, mond and W. R. Reynolds of Tyner Croucher. Rev. Durham failed to by tho convention, consult various for tho Presidency, is justified in atof II. C. Bowldin, now the county good school and a fine lot of folks speakers. There was a large fill his appointment at Clear Creek, party leaders, nnd adroitly frame his being cautious as to stating just what torney of Jackson county, and Mrs. wcro tho in the community. They are interwill bo own platform, seeing to it that there will bo his course, in tho midst of crowd out to hear them. Mrs. Mary Sunday1, A Sunday-schoSarah Hurst, the wife of Wm. Hurst, ested in community improvement and nnd Debbio Farmer visited Mrs. C. organized next Sunday nt 10:00 a.m. is no bald contradiction between tho future circumstances, now beyond tbs Clover Bottom, and one daughter, are at work at their job. They were of Elijah Abney has been appointed two pronouncements. This latter de- - reach of human ken. Shepherd of Olin Wednesday and Telitha, deceased; and six sons: John N. already organized before we camo. Thursday. Allen Halcomb of McKee. truant officer for tho Davis Branch claration is justly considered as W. Abrams. Turp Abrams, Julus A few definite observations upon Next morning we set out for tho spent last Tuesday night with his Mrs. Larkin Abney and son, nishlng a surer cluo to what will bo (deceased), Green Abrams, Abrams Hurst school and found a good-size- d sister, Mrs. E. B. Flanery. Miss Ella Clyde, spent Sunday with her sister, i the policy of his administration than salient points of the platforms now Robert Abrams, and Thomas Abrams crowd awaiting us. There was eviSimpson, of Kings Mills, O., is visit- Mrs. W. H. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. any promises mado by the convention. before tho peoplo may well bo saved (deceased). dence of a community spirit here. ing friends and relatives. Mrs. W. O. Thomas spent Saturday night But still it is true that tho official for another nrticlc. Brother Abrams was a faithful And they will organize soon. Mr. member of the Christian Church at, Daugherty invited us to his home for Cave Spring and tho oldest member dinner and we ascended the ridgo and in that congregation at his death enjoyed the visit with him. He is which occurred on the 22nd day or. e a man and is desirous July, 1920, the day on which ho be-- . of doing all he can for his school tame 87 years of age. He had been and community. a member for sixty years. It may In the afternon, accompanied by be said of him that his relationship Mr. and Mrs. Daugherty, we went to home, church and state was ideal, to Sand Gip, where the largest and he died without an enemy. crowd that we had met awaited us. So he will catch the broken thread, The meeting was held in the Baptist And finish what he here begun. Church, and it was a rousing one. Heaven will the mystery explain, More than twenty men were present, And there, up there, he will underwhich made us feel good. Hero we stand. organized with Wm. Daugherty as The writer conducted the funeral president. We were impressed that service at tho family graveyard on Sand Gap mennt to do something. Saturday morning, July 24, at 9:00 Tuesday night we accepted the in- a.m., in the presence of a host of vitation of Stanley Powell and staid friends and relatives. with him that night. Tho evening James Lunsford. meeting was nt Durham Ridge school. Miss Powell is tho teacher. JACKSON COUNTY Here we found the best schoolhousa Parrot that was on our whole tour. It was Parrot, Aug. 8. Wo had a splentastefully decorated and t. JackOur largest crowd assembled here, did rain. Corn in this part of Poson is looking very promising. 120 being present. After the tatoes are far above last year's yield. speeches, W. It. Bickncll was elected good. president and he made an excellent Oats and wheat were fairly Mrs. Fairy McDowell and children speech. Durham Ridgo will bo have returned homo from a week's heard from too. visit with her mother, Mrs. Lou (Continued Next Week) ' Reynolds, of Hamilton, O. E. T. Cor-ne- tt I. . informs us that his mother is JACKSON COUNTY COMMUNITY seriously ill at her daughter's home in Clay county. Wiley Venerable and FAIRS A community fair is planned for family, of Hamilton, O., have been in each educational division of Jack- visiting Mrs. Venerablo's parents and othor relatives. School began at son county. Great interest is developing and tho prospects are good for a Black Lick last Monday with a Miss successful fair in each division. The Dalton, of Mt. Vernon, as teacher. places where these fairs will bo held Mrs. Mary A. Lay has been suffering in each division and tho dates when with a broken arm, but is better now. Kirby Knob they will be held are as follows: Kirby Knob, Aug. 9. Tho drouth McKee Division No. 1, Blooming Grove, Monday, September 20. Pond was broken Friday by a heavy rain Creek Division No 3, Pigeon Roost, with some wind and hail. Tho early Tuesday, September 21. Sturgeon potato crop is good. Corn and toDivision No. 2, Fall Rock, Wednesday, bacco are looking fine. G. W. JohnSeptember 22. Kavanaugh Disivion son spent a few days last week in No 5, Drip Rock, Thursday, Septem- Indianapolis with his sister, Louise, ber 23. Coylo Division No. C, Sand who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Gap, Friday, September 21. Horso Jim Richardson, of Dayton, O., spent Lick Division No. 4, Saturday, Sep- Saturday night at the homo of J. It. Click on their way to Brazil, to visit tember 25. to-da- y A prlzo of twenty-fiv- o cents will bo their friends and relatives. 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