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Five CenU Per Copy Devoted, to t!b.e Interests of tlie BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, i The citizen jMio-cinteLrn Peqple Fifty Cents per Year Our Threefold Aim: To Give the News of Bcrca and Vicinity; To Record the Happenings of Beren College; To bo of Interest to all the Mountain People. KENTUC KV, AUGUST 19, 1920 Ono Dollar and No. 8. Lest We Forget Wo aro prone to become so wrnppcd up in national affairs that wc forget that we have duties and relations that pertain to our neighborhood or community. Wo would not discourage n genuine interest in things that aro of countrywide concern, but we must not forget the home interests. If there wan as much thought and study and discussion of community matters as there is of national and world matters, our Country, and most certainly our neighborhood, would bo more prosperous. With all thnt hns been snld and written about developing n community spirit, Improving the community along nil lines, how Ilttlo has been accomplished, except in a few scattering places. This is probably true because community betterment means work, hard work, continual work, while our duty in national affairs Is discharged with somo talk and an occasional ballot. Wo must remember that no country can bo stronger than the neighborhoods of which it is composed. On which of these two subjects can yod talk most intelligently, "What Our Nation Needs," or "What Our Christening the "Texas Wild Cat" A --k, SOVIETS PLOTTING mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sssmssm World News A great battle between the Poles and the Russians is now taking place for the possession of Warsaw, tho capital of Poland. The Poles thus far have held tholr own and the Bolshevik! have been compelled to yield ground already gained. Tho battla extends over a wide front. The result will be of tremendous importance and n victory for the Poles would endanger the hold of the Bolshevikl on Russia. General Wrangle, the Commander the forces In South Russia, is nttracting considerable attention from the allied nations, as he shows promise of becoming a strong leader for conservative Russia. He is still a young man, only thirty-ninhas had a successful military experience nnd has been holding his own in South Russia. Tha demand of the Bolshevikl for his surrender to them as a consideration of a peace with Poland had the effect of raising him in the estimation of the world. of e, WITH HUNS FOR WAR ON FRANCE GERMAN REVOLUTION PLANNED TO AID THE CAUSE OF THE REDS. i I Note Te Be Sent To Berlin When Polish Campaign Is Ended, Bolshevik Officials Declare, Demanding Transport of Troops Across Germany, Western Newipapcr Union News Service. Kolnn, Poland, by courier to Kast Prussia. Soviet Russia Intends to nsk an nlllnnce with Germany to make war on France, nnd If this Is successful, to undertake a conquest of Knglnnd nnd eventually America, officials of the Bolshevikl regime told the Associated Press correspondent here. As soon as the Polish war, which Is considered to be a purely Russian business, hns been finished, a note will be sent to Berlin, they declared, demanding permission to transport troops across Germany ror the trench campaign. Upon refusal of tills request, which Is tukcu for granted, a revolution will bo Instituted In Germany, tho success of which, tho Bolshevikl asserted, thoy were prepured to assure by force of Dlot-towe- Community Needs?" Where is Berea's Civic League? A few years ago, Bcrca had a Civic League that accomplished a great deal of good for the village. When so many were taken away by tho war and others were kept busy helping to win tha war by "keeping tho home fires burning," the meetings ceased to bo held and tho organization went down. There has been some talk of reviving it. Is not the time for that reorganization about here? Talk it up and get busy. Every town of this size needs some kind of league or club. It will mean much for general Improvement. r ssiWiY "'rtiTMMHitt WW Mr, and Mrs. S. K. Cot of Houston. Tex, breaking n bottle of chorapngne over tho nose of the Curtlss monoplane which will represent tho United States In tho great Gordon-Bennenlrplano race In Franco, as Mrs. Cox christen the plnno "Texas Wild Cm." Responsibility of School Teachers Great is the responsibility of the public school teacher, even though that teacher is a young, timid girl, who is teaching her first school. She may or she may not feel the greatness of her task, but she is moulding the lives of her pupils when they are at d n plastic nee. The teacher ought to be for her work, but there is ono thing the lack of which no amount of training can compensate, and that is a love for and an interest in every pupil, not only for the brightest and best, but for all. A teacher with a vision and the ability to inspiro is one of the most valuable assets to any community. If, on tho other hand, the teacher fails to sec her opportunity, great harm will be done in loss of time to the pupil and the closing up of its possibilities. The world has too many now whoso faculties arc dwarfed for lack of development. The teacher has an opportunity of helping the parents through the pupils, and by acquaintance with them directly. And a personal acquaintance will afford an avenue through which the parent may help the teacher, who also needs encouragement. The teacher ought to be big enough to help the patrons with their problems and to Uikc an active part in helping to plan and carry out movements for community betterment that will effect every phase of life. well-traine- Kentucky News At a meeting of the executive boatd at the Phoenix Hotel at Lexing ton Thursday, it was decided that the 1921 conference of the Kentucky D. A. R. will be held October 27 and held 28 U. S. News Washington, Aug. 1C Federal prohibition officials here have decided to ask Concress, next December, to destroy 50,000,000 gallons of liquor stored under bond. Washington, Aug. 17. at The Scelbach in Louisville, Exchanges Washington, Aug. 1G. Kentucky's 1920 population will be 2,338,371, If the average rate of increase In the census of the forty Kentucky counties announced today may bo applied to the entire state. are taking place between the United co-o- States and European Governments with a view to determining on p eration In assisting Poland, should that country be in danger, of losing its independence at the hands of the Soviet Government at Moscow. arms. With theso ends In view the Russian soldiers who have been told that all wars shall ceaso with ultimate vlctorr over tho Poles, are being subjected to a vigorous propaganda which declares that Frenchmen will be shot on sight, but that the Germans are friends who soon will become comrades of the Bol shcvikl. Theso admissions have been corroborated by Information gathered by the correspondent In conversations with German representatives of East Prussian newspapers. The Bolshevik! loaders declare that within three weeks they will be In comnlete con trid of Poland. Includlmr tho Polish corridor, which they Intend to occupy, leaving a ten kilometer neutral zone about Danzig. When the correspondent reached here after surreptitiously Czer-won- The note of the Secretary of State, to the Foreign Minister of Italy in regard to the Russian situation is being commented on as a very nble and strong state document. The paper outlines the attitude of tho United States and it makes it clear that this country will in no case recognize the Bolshevikl coveinment. since it has proved to be untrustworthy and even confesses that it is under no obligation to keep its agreements. Colby, JUNIOR RED GROSS WORKING AT HOME Production of Sound American Citizenship the First Aim, Says Dr. Farrand. On the badge of every member ot the Junior lied Cross are the words -I Serve." That tells the story of the school children's branch of the American Ited Cross and lu efforts to bring happiness to children throughout the world Realising that the time never was so propitious as right now for teaching the highest Ideals of citizenship, the entire present program ot tho Junior Red Cross has been framed under the very Inclusive phrase, "Training for Citizenship Through Service" for others. Since the Junior Red Cross Is the agency through which the American Red Cross reaches the schoolboys and the schoolgirls, all Its activities aro designed to come within the regti- - MICKIE SAYS ipf 1 Er ecoMimfcta an. nvout-wsB- ftt PtRUWS l'il ujuiav oottwT erf ij 1 VfcWtl ) tol Inr school program, and without creating new courses or Increasing the number of studies to lend Its aid In vitalising the work of the schools. "The thing that Is needed," says Dr. Livingston Farrand, Chairman of the American Red Cross Central Committee, "Is not a perpetuation ot the Junior Red Cross, but the training and breeding of sound American citizenship Inspired by the true, fundamental Ideals of sound democracy. One ot the great conceptions In making the Red Cross a contributor to better citizenship In our American democracy Is the realization that after all the sole hope of any nation Is with the children of j the country." mo pian oi organization oi me junior Red Cross makes the school public, parochial and private the unit, not the Individual pupils. Mutual service, helpful community work such as clean-ucampaigns, care of the sick, promotion of health regulations, participation In civic and patriotic movements all these creative agencies designed to translate Into life and action the regular school program are parts of the machinery which the Junior Red Cross places ut the disposal of the school authorities. Graded study courses giving practical methods of civic training, supplemented by pamphlets and helpful suggestions, are supplied to tho local schools by the Junior Red Cross. An elaborate plan for promoting an Interchange of correspondence between children In different sections of tho United States as well as with children In foreign lands Is being devised and will take a prominent place In the established classroom program. In promoting the general canse ot child welfaro, Red Cross courses In home hygleno nnd care of the sick, first aid, and dieting may bo established In oil Junior Red Cross Auxiliaries. The Ideals nnd the objective of the Junior Red Cross are embodied In tha pledge of service which the pupil takes when ho signs the membership roll and pins on his cont the Junior's badge. Tho pledge which binds together service and citizenship scads : "We will seek lu all ways to live up to the Ideals of the Junior Red Cross and devote ourselves to Its service. "Wo will strive never to bring discredit to this, our country, by any unworthy act. "We will revere and obey our country's laws and do our best to Inspire a like reverence and obedience In those about us. "We will endeavor in all theso ways, as good citizens, to transmit America greater, better and more beautiful than she was transmitted to us." At the foundation of this school program of tho Junior Red Cross U a great love for America's children. p Louisville, Aug. 15. Tho sum of "WasTjictrton, Aug. 14. Foreign ves $2,000,000 is reported to have been offered by the Henry Ford interests sels brought nearly twice the value for the Creech coal company's opera of ImrtfrtsJhto the United . States tions on Wallin Creek, Hariancounty, during the ftKaryfa?rlD20 Kentucky. carried in American bottoms, accord ing to a summary made public today Lexington, Aug. 17, Wildfire Is by the Department of Commerce. spreading .to tobacco fields all over Ten per cent more exports were ship the blue grass country at an alarming ped In foreign ships than in American rate, principally because of recent vessels, the summary showed. rnins and winds, according to Dr. W. B. Valleau, plant pathologist of the Baltimore, Aug. 16. Sixty miles of Kentucky Experiment station here, coal cars, loaded with fuel cargoes, who has been making special investi are choking the roads between Bruns gations of tobacco disease this season. wick and Curtis Bay terminals, Balti more, according to President M. C Frankfort, Aug. 14. Considerable Byers, of the Western Maryland Rail increases in the estimates of produc- road. He added that the present con aV-Wer- a tion of corn, oats and potatoes in Kentucky, compared to July 1 esti mates, a slight increase in the esti mate of the wheat crop in Kentucky, and a slight decrease in the State's tobacco prospects, are the features of tho monthly crop report issued at Louisville and Frankfort by the United States Bureau of Crop Estimates in cooperation with State Commissioner of Agriculture, W. C. Han-nGreenville, Aug 17. Twenty-tw- o of thirty-on- e mines In Muhlenbetg county nro closed, 3.000 men aro idle, and indications are that every mine iri the county will be closed tomorrow as result of the strike of 300 drivers. The drivers, who are paid $3.20 for eight hours work, are demanding the snmo rate of pay per hour based on n r day for eight hours actual work. nine-hou- gestion, due to the fault of the ship owners in unloading the coal and to laxity In issuance of coal permits, is the worst he has ever known. Washington, Aug. 15. Less than one per cent of more than 24,000,000 men registered under the selective service act during the war have been found chargeable with wilful deser a. Frankfort, Aug. 10. Politics played no pnrt in tho appointments of Chas. H. Powell and James P. Lakes, of Kingston, Mercer county, as guards at tho Frankfort reformatory, accord- ing to Warden W. R. Mover, who said ho was not familiar with cither their politics or religion. They both served overseas during tho World War. In the future, politics will havo no part in tho appointment of officials at tho reformatory, said Warden Moyer. Two of tho most complete distil lery plants ever found in tho Ken tucky mountains wore destroyed, tho operators arrested, and ono smaller still destroyed In a raid made Friday nnd reported to Chief Prohibition Agent Paul Williams Monday morning by Prohibition Agents C. L. Win- ftey and J. M, Kananaugh, from Whitley county. Tho prohibition agents were assisted by H. L. Mor- California, reEutaban Catitt) In gan, deputy sheriff of Whitley county, nnd J. R. Snyder, commonwealth's prohibition agents here, that a com- fuses to bow to tho Do In liuoriu Thuy statu, hawuved, that attorney for the thirty-fourt- h judicial monwealth's attorney has actively uouu of (huso liicldoutu U Importaut. district. This Is tho first time, said participated In a prohibition raid. tion, according to an announcement Issued today by the War Department. The actual number is 173,911 ngainst whom desertion charges have Around World Trip By Air. been recorded and this represents, the New York. A nonstop dirigible statement says, a tremendous Im- flight around the world will be atprovement over the draft record of tempted by the Zeppelin builders In tho Civil War. Germany within the next twelve mouths, according "to n statement by Nashville, Tenn., August 13. The Major Charles J. (Hidden, an ojllclul of the Aero Club of America, who rewomen of tho nation are thirty-fiv- e voters tonight, turned recently from a trip around and fifty the world organizing nn International but tho last desperate effort of the airplane race, Mnjor Gllddeu said the antls has postponed action in the last Zeppelin firm hns long planned to win state until the the first curcumnavlgatlon of tho globe half of the thirty-sixt- h lower House of the Tennessee Legis by air. lature reconvenes next Monday at Views Held. 10:30 o'clock, n.m. When the Senate was beginning to Paris. George Thyrlakis nnd Apos-tolo- s Iseppla, tho assailants of Predebate, which resulted In its favor- ablo action, 25 to 4, one of the lead- mier Eleutheros Veiilzelos, of Greece, ing opposing senators returned from who was wounded when at the Lyons Railway Station here.acted through a survey of tho House and remarked, purely personal motives, according to "It's going to pass over there," Half a statement Issued at the Greek legu- House had adjourn- tlon. After the fall of former Con an hour later tho ed nnd tho Senate was still debating. stantino they wero removed from tho Greek army and navy by tho Veulsze-lo- s Government because of tholr open Nashville, Tenn, Aug. 18. Tennes sentiments, It Is said. see today became tho thirty-sixt- h state to tho Susan B. Anthony Americans Accused By Mexicans. federal suffrago amendment. The Washington, Mexican authorities constitutional change thus will be accused powerful Amur I can baslness come effect ivo In time for tho women Interonta of attomptlng to foment n country to vote in tho presi of tho now revolution aunltut the Provisional dential election in November, unless Government In Mutton, The&o authorthe lower house of the Tennessee as- ities lulmlt ttmt trouble actually litu sembly rescinds its action of today occurred In thu West Coast atute of in adopting tho ratification resolution, Jalisco, that tho Governor of Vru 49 to 47. Cnu s In rohellluu ami that Governor n fy having crossed the border at o and" omfaioylne the 3fd of PoTps and a farm wagon flllod with straw, he Called on the Polish 5Virlpf fV.ni. .mlssary whli Vtcentlr "was etbIlab-- ( ed In office by tho Rolslievlkl military., Hans bchnrnewsky, the commissary, Is a Polish Jew with protruding eyes and a blonde mustache, and wears a white collur. Ho acknowledged the correspondent s greeting and then set down at his dinner table, completely limorlm; the American. At the mm. mlssary's side throughout the meal" anu enduring the correspondent s visit a Russian soldier armed with a revolver stood watching, and all the conversation was Interpreted to him In Russian. The commissary's assistant, who was n former Genii un officer, said this Russian was u Soviet representative who watcheil all business transacted by Scharnewsky and reported to tho Soviet Central Government, although ho never Interfered with the commissary's procedure. When the commissar' finished his meal, which consisted of soup, a steak smothered with onions, potatoes und beer, he stalked to his office, directing the correspondent to wait. After an hour he returned, demanded to seo the correspondent's passports, to which ho gave u cursory Inspection, nnd then returned to his office. -- Archbishop Mannlx of Australia had a great reception from the Irish in the U. S. He was even granted the freedom of the city of New York by Mayor Hylan. His way has noc been so clear, however, since and the d landing in Ireland did not take place. The English officials took him from the vessel In which he was going to Ireland, and have him, In 'easy confinement. He Will not ,be allowed to move about freely and arouse the Irish people, las he bad h0 much-boaste- - WSfrf" The Panama Canal is nijw'recelvlng' nearly $800,000 a month in toils. At present, the vessels oi all nations are treated alike and pay the smo toll. This is In line with' the modern tendency to give all countries the same privileges on bodies of water that connect the hich seas. It is an essential part of the doctrine of freedom of the seas. Suggestions have been made to change this and give American boats a less toll. It is to be hoped that such a policy may; not be adopted. The occupation of the northern half of the Island of Saghalin, and of Nicolaievsk on the coast of Siberia, by Japan has led to a protest and demand for the reasons. Japan maintains that the occupation is necessary and for her own defense against Russian influence. All the acts of Japan are watched with care, as an Imper ialistic policy is feared. The seaport of Avlona, on the coast opposRo southern Italy, has finally been given to the state of Albania. For a long time Italy has been am bitious to possess this place in order -- to control the entrance to tho Adri atic Sea on both sides and the con cession to Albania is significant. Albania Is a comparatively now state, which came into existence during tho .r n- -i' Balkan Wars. The United States has recently recognized the government of Julio Acosta, in Costa Rica, Central Ameri ca. The government stands for legal elections nnd a constitutional method of procedure. Tho U. S. policy since tho Wilson administration came Into ofilco has been opposed to any governments in Latin American state based solely on force, and It is now coming to show beneficial effects. Youth Prodigal With Opinions. can get a measure of youth from Its readiness to offer an opinion. That's Inevitable. Youth has such a fund of Ideas that It must tell every-bod- y what to do next. Meii of broad experience are satisfied to wait until their opinion Is asked. Youth and fresh folk past youth nro perfectly ready to tell you Just what to do and throw In a little criticism for good measure. Wo need the dash and dare of youth, but it's a Ilttlo amusing at times to note tho extent to which immature advice Is proffered to people. Exchange. Vou Fngc Two TIIE CITIZEN August 10, 1020 General College News FOR THE HOSPITAL Last spring n number of student who hnve gone through two epidemics In Berea, conceived the Idea of rals Ing money for nn nmbulnnco for the College Hospital. A committee was appointed, consisting of one stu dent from each of the five depart ments, and plans were laid for a cam palgn. The project received an en thusiastic encourngemont in the form of nn initial Rift of forty dollars from James E. Hamand of Shalcr, In., who, with his sister, was at the time visit ing In Beren. Since that time one hundred dollars has been paid In for the purchase of the nmbulnncc be fore the winter term opens. Smnll pledges nro to bo asked from the students in the drive that will be conducted this fall. This project was initiated nnd Is being carried forward by the students themselves, nnd nny contributions for this purpose will be not limited to students, but anyone who Is Interested In promoting our hospital service is invited to give. James 51. Relnhardt, College Finley Wells, Academy Wm. 0. Prouse, chairman, Normal Bradley Kincaid, Vocational Professor Durham, Foundation. AMBULANCE Berea College Alumni Association (This spsce belongs to the Alumni Afioclstlon of Here Collrge. Articles, newt Itemi and penonil letters f rem graduate will tie published In full or Ic nbstrset ererr week. The Alumni Editor, Secy. M, E. Vsughn, Beres College, Berm, Ky will be pleated to recelre nr communication ol Interes from members of the AttocUtlon.) Class of 1914 New Hope, Ala. Teacher. AdAnderson, Chas. Breckcnridge, B.Pcd. dress, New Hope, Ala. Born Dudley, Ky. Teacher, Y.5L-C.- Bnugh, Ruth Esther, B.S. Bom, Bores, Secy, in France". Ky. Address, Tnmpn, Fin. Address, Fnrm School, Ashcvillc, N. C. Beccher, Henrietta A., A.B. Bom Bagby, Wesley, B.S. Born 5Ioore-villSandusky, 0. (5Iarrled Randoplh Sellers). Address, 03 Clarcnccdale N. C. Minister. Address, Ave., Youngstown, 0. Montezuma, N. C. Bntson, Carroll Crow, B.L. Born Coo, 5Inry Eleanor, A.B. Bom Sum Cynthlnnn, Ky. Secy, to President ner, la. Teacher. (Married John Frost. Teacher. Address, Hcren 5Iark Imrie). Address, Grey's, Case, Luther, B.S. Born 5Iason, 0 Ltd., London, Ontario, Cnnndn. Big Hill Address, 1122 E. 5Cth St., Chicago Dunkcr, Sarah Frances Dclphinc, A.-Big Hill, Aug. 10. Rev. Comott 111. Bom Syracuse, N. Y. Secy, of Teacher. Bowman, Fred Oscar, RL. the Charity Organization. Address, began n series of meetings nt Pilot Sunday. Born Knob Church Aug. 15 with good at130 E. 2ith St., New York City. Bnkersville, N. C. Tcnther, Law Student. Address, Chapelhlll, N. C. Greenlee, Elois Erma, B.S. Bom tendance. Everyone invited to attend Big Clear Croek Bowman, Joseph Orlando, B.S. . Born Plympton, 0. Address, 218 Johns these meetings. Mr. nnd 5Irs. N. B. Big Clear Creek, Aug. 7. A big Turpln of Richmond, nnd niece nnd rain fell Friday. Several peoplo Ave., .Mnnsfiold, 0. Bnkersville, N. C. Principal, II. S., Y.5I.C.A. Physical Director, Red Housor, Ilenc Inez, A.B. Bom 5It. granddaughter, of Dayton, O., took from here attended tho Berea Fair. Blanchard, 0. Teacher, Address, dinner with 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. Jnkc Hnlcy James Hammond, Sherman Swinford, path Chautauqua Bureau. Address, The new schoolhouse Is being erectBurlington Heights, O. Garland, N. C. Willie .Mulllns and A. C. Hart wero Davidson, Wnldo Burton, B.L. Born, Johnson, 5Iary Andrea, B.L. Bom ed under the management of In 5It. Vernon last week on business. N. n. Turpln, of Richmond. Sweden. Office of Glnn & Co. Ad Elmirn, N. Y. Y.M.C.A. Secy., .Mrs. Lillian Slone nnd sister, Miss Jessie 5IcIIone Is overseeing the Ann Bowman, of Indiana, spent last dress, St. Charles, 111. Boston, South America nnd Detroit, (4 years.) work. The schools nt this plncc nre week with their sister, .Mrs. Chas Address, The Hudson School, De- .Marsh, Elizabeth, B.S. Born, Pawnee, Neb., (First listed again in session nt the old school Dees. Little Charley, son of Blgo troit, Mich. with Class of 1911). Address, houses, with 5Irs. Blnnche Cnrns nnd Cole, is very 16w with typhoid fever, Enstham, Jerome Folger, B.Ped. 5tiss Ethel Terrill as teachers. 5Irs. Farm School, Ashevllle, N. C. Born, Veber, Ky. Teacher. Ad Sherman Swinford wns in Berea SUMMER SCHOOL CLOSES Nicolia, Blanche, B.S. Bom Lancas Lee Hipshlre and son Gregg, 5Ir. and Thursday. .Mrs. Fannie Hnr spent dress, Daytonla, Fla. The Summer Term closes today. It ter, O. Y.W.C.A. Secy. Address, .Mrs. Cop Sears, of Lexington paid the day with 5Irs. Ella Hardin Thurs has been the most successful sum- Haldane, George JIcDougall, B.L. their uncle, Philip Hnyes, a visit last day. Lancaster, 0. Born Corstorphlne, Scotland mer term ever conducted In Berea. Teacher. Address, Huntington, W. Shumaker, Margaret, A.B. Bom Mil- - week. 5Ir. and 5Irs. Claxton Crump, The splendid spirit of the students of Lexington, have been spending a roy, Pa. Teacher. Address, Va. MADISON COUNTY nnd earnestness with which they few days at P. Hayes' and others. Pa. Hatfield, Leonard Franklin, B.S. Walnut .Meadow pursued their studies have been a Born Kerby Knob, Ky. Teacher, Spnngler, Carrie, B.S. Bom Pikes- - 5Irs. Nettle Smith, of Willinmsburg, Wnlnut Mcndow, Aug. 9. 5Irs. Joo source of pleasure to the teachers. ville, Ky. Teacher. 5Iarrled Al- has been spending n few days with King and children, of Boone's Gap Industrial Chemistry. Address, 03 The spirit of the teachers and bert Kcffer. Address, Grayson, Ky. her parents, 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. Jnkc Hnley. spent the last week with her aunt, North Ave., Highland Park., Detogether ns they have labored Panola troit, 5Hch. .Mrs. T. 51. Ogg, 5Iost everyone of Stegner, 5Inrie, B.L. Bom Fredonla, harmoniously has also made it a Panola, Aug. 9 J. L. Splvy. of this community attended the Berea N. Y. (5Iarried Carter B. Robinvery pleasant term. The largje num- Hoffman, J. Frank, B. S. B6rn Leip- sic, O. Teacher. Address, Brad- son). Address, 212 Allendale Ave., Hamilton, 0., has been visiting rela Fair at least one day and report it ber who have taken advanaed work tives and friends here for the pnst n success ns far as exhibit and nore, O. Detroit, Mich. nnd profcssinonl work has been enHowes, Charles LeRoy, B.S. Born Stnrns, Ora 5Iyrtle, B.Ped. Bom two weeks. Mr. Spivy returned homo contests were concerned, 5Ir. nnd couraging. Salyersville, Ky. Teacher. AdValley Oak, Ky. Clerk In Regi- Saturday, leaving his family to stay 5Irs. Andrew Duvnll of Keosauqua, Wfi are not Informed as to the total two or three weeks. Uncle John Iowa, motored from their homo to dress, 5Ianchester, Ky. strar's Office, Berea, Stenographer, some enrollment, more than that is was Washington, D. C. Address, 1107 Chanlcr died on the 2nd with a para- attend the Beren Fnlr and make an larger than last year. We Imrie, Gordon James, B.L. Born Lonvery much don, Canada. With Albert Teach Eye St., N. W.. Washington, D. C. lytic stroke. His remains were laid extended visit with friends of Rock- can say, however, that there were to rest in the Robin Garrett grave- castle and 5Indison counties. They ers Agency, Now York City. 128 students from Kentucky, and 4 Todd, Ethel Eliza, A.B. Bom Bercu, yard on Red Lick. He leaves a wifo were the guests of Mr. and 5Irs. W. Imrie, John 5IarkB.L. Born, Toronfrom Madison county. Each of the Ky. Acting Registrar, Berea,, and three children. Nancy E. Taylor A. Ogg Friday night. Tho Infant Student, Hartford to, Canada. eight mountain states was repre Registrar, Teacher. (5Iarried Howand son, Clarence, nre spending a few of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Gabbard took Seminary. With Grays' Ltd., Lonsented. ard II. Clark). Address, Kent, 0. days with her son, Nathaniel Colo, first prize at the fair for being tho don, Ontario, Canada. and family. Christopher Taylor and g 5IcCall, Charles Somers, B.L. Born baby there. Joo Kin;r BEREA STUDENT IN WRECK family, of Wisemantown, were with nnd little son, Arnold, mndo n short Gibbs, N. C. Teacher, Doctor. AdCordovia Apartments, 108, Word comes from Battle Creek, friends nnd relntlves here a few days visit to Waco the latter part of last Washington, D. C, dress, Cliff Side, N. C. Mich., that Ethel Dorthitt, a Beren 5Iayfield, Samuel 5Iartin, B.S. Bom July 17, 1920. last week. Ernest Crow spent Suneok. 5Ir. and 5Irs. Chas. Duorson girl, who was graduated in June from day with friends nt Stntion Camp. Big Creek, Ky. Teacher, Banker. 5Iy Dear Mr. Livengood: of Wnllncoton spent the week-enwith the Foundation School, was run over Address, Somerset, Ky. Perhaps you will be glad to have Wade Shiflett nnd fnmlly spent Sun- 5lrs. Duorson's parents, 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. by an auto and seriously, if not Moris, Glenzie, A.B. Born Glenzie, me add a few items to your alumni day with P. G. Cox. Pnrk Bain, of W. A. Ogg. Edwnrd Kimball spent fatally injured. She was taken to Dayton, 0., is with his paronts for Wednesday with his grandfather, who W. Va. Address, Miyiington, W. list. a hospital, where she has the best of Rufh, graduated a few days. John Fritz is erecting is seriously ill at n hospital In Cov5Iy daughter Va. care, with but litth? hope of her re- -' Parker, Thomas L., B.L. J Bom Alex- A.B. at Oberlln in 190f. Ethel, now n new bam on his farm. Hurrah for ington. .Miss Violet Ogg of Wnlnut covery She, with a number of other! andria, 0. Teacher. Alldress, Alex- 5Irs. II. II. Clark, is just locating in Tub Citizen; as it is so highly ap- Meadow and Hugh Campbell of students, went to Battle Creek after preciated. Kent, O. (A.B., 1914). andria, O. Whites Station motored to Danville Commencement, to work in the KelFrancis Berry, '03, now Mrs. Geo. Robinson, Carter Boston, B.L. Born Tuesday, In compnny with 5Ir. and Silver Creek logg Corn Flake factory and in the Kerby Knob, Ky. Y.5I.C.A. Secy. Coston, does editorial work on the Silver Creek. Aug. IC .Mrs. Sam 5Irs. Ben Brown nnd 5Iiss Grncln AmKellogg Sanitarium. Address, 212 Allendale Ave., De- Indianapolis News. Address Pary Kelly and children of Ohio are mak- brose anil wore quietly married. 5Ifg. Co.. Indianapolis, Ind. ing an extended visit with her While they woro gone, 5Irs. Chas. troit, Mich. 5IR. MILLER ENTERTAINS Bom Rust, Sidney Ruffin, B.S. I suppose you have my daughter mother, 5Irs. R. A. Johnson. Mr. nnd Anderson, Jewoll and Lillio Ogg John Miller, a student of the Coltn 5Iargarct's Killed address, (5Irs. II. 0. Mrs. Curt 5Iullins, of Hnmilton, 0, planned tho customary "surprise Bridgewater, N. C. lege Department, gave the students Hoagland, A.B., 1910). The Cordo- spent Thursday, the 6th. with 5Irs. shower" for them on the following France, 1918. of the summer school a pleasant di Slemp, Alfred C, B.L. Bom Legg, via Apartmont, 108, Washington, D.C. Brown Bundon. 5Ir. awl 3Irs. Henry Saturday night. Saturday night version on Tuesday morning in the I ecrtainly maintain my interest in Hilgenfeld, of Chesterville. 111., were found several friends, relatives anil Va. Address, Olingor, Va. Upper Chapel, when he appeared as Scoles, Dwight Lester, B.S. Bom all things Bcrean, and am glad of the the guests of 5Irs. W. A. Johnson neighbors present, including Toddi, a Yiddish entertainer. His makeup Fredericktown, O. Teacher, Chem- good thing I heard at Commence- Friday. Marshall Johnson has re- Andersons, Oggs, Browns, 5Iooros, was excellent. His wit and performent time. How I wish I might be turned from Indiana. Mrs. J. B. Morgans, James, Kings, Mrs. Dr. istry. Address, Ames, la. mances were very good. His ability Stancell, H. 5Iaxwell, B.L. Bom Day- there. With kindest regards and best Lewis is making a two week' visit Robinaon, Miss Bertha Robinson, Miss a an athlete were admired by all. wishes for your family, with her sister, Mrs. Xamio Rich- Esther Mary, Jas. Chastoon, Lon.n ton, O. Address, Dayton, 0. The hearty applause that he recoived Whltaker, James Ezekiel, B.L. Born Mrs. Gertrude M. Todd. ardson, at Hamilton, O. Mm. SherFish, Ray MeKnlght nnd Edward showed that all enjoyed the few minman Baker and children, of Indian- Shelton. Many small remembrances utes of h'w performance. under the instructions of this com- Mrs L. K. Flannery had a severe apolis, spent Saturday with Mrs. R. were brought to the bride and groom. petent and skillful teacher, all made attack of cholera morbus, but is A. Johnon. Married. August 5, Miss The younger folks played gnmos and Graco Pavi, the eldent daughter of amused themselves with various splendid progress, as is shown by slowly improving. SU5IMEK WEAVING COURSE Dreyfus Ism'- - Darin, and Holt Goodrich. We "th.T indoor activities, while the older Among the successful courses given several pieces that they produced. Dreyfus, Aug. 7. The ReV. James wish them much joy through life. people were content to spend tlie in the summer term this ysar, none Bobtown Lunsford Is holding a series of meetevening pleasantly conversing with EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS stand ahead of the short course in Bobtown, Aug. 15 People in this friends. Music, both vocal and inings at Dreyfus this week. Riniu (Continued from Page Six) weaving: given by Mrs. Ernberg. A dozen or more took the course and 'them in their great bereavement. 'Lain, of Dotroit, 5Iich., has boon vis- - community are very busy ennning strumental, was furnished by mem e, e 5111-ro- y, offi-cin- ls I finest-lookind iting home folks'thls week. Mr. and Mrs. Wick Harris and son spent the week-en- d with Daniel Kindred. Mnr tha Carr spent last Saturday night and Sunday with her sister, Susie Kindred. Edward Powell Is back from Hamilton, 0. where he has been employed. The Holiness people nre having frequent meetings nt Dreyfus. Littlo Russell Pucket, age 2 years, son of Claude and 5Iargurito Pucket, accldently got lyo in his mouth late Saturday evening. He Is some better but still In bad condition. Susie Kindred anil children and 5Ir. and 5Irs. Herbert Kidwcll weic guests of Juno Lain Sunday. Anna Lnln spent Saturday night and Sunday with Kate Gunn. and preserving for winter. The. re bers of the crowd. Tho shower being vival closed nt Bobtown last Sunday a surprise, the bride's mother served refreshments, apples nnd with fourteen additions to the church short-orde- r The young men of tho which was organized during tho re- lemonade. vival. Wo thank Brothers Richard- crowd arc still bewailing tho fact son nnd Turpln for whnt they hno that the rain prevented tho rollickdone. Brother Cornctt is holding a ing "belling." EHrldge School revival at Pilot Knob this week. Estrldgc School, Aug. 9, Tho fol5Irs. Jim Neely is sick. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Rowlctt nnd 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. Roscoo lowing Is tho roll of honor for tho James Ferguson, Whltlock spent Sunday afternoon with Estrldgc School: Mr. nnd 5Irs. Jim Neely. Ledford Edwin Short, Fnrrls Botkins, Low Crcckmore, who hns been In Ohio for Ferguson, Rnlph Logsdon, Vlnn Short, somo time, came home Snturilny,--M- r. Edna Botkins nnd Myrtlo Shockley. nnd Mrs. Bob Lnln nnd children Owing to the Fnlr, nnd suckness, tho of Ohio nre visiting Mr. nnd 5Irs. children who missed ono day nro Tom Guess. JIIss Blnnche Lnwson, Thelmn O'Dell, Sada O'Dcll, Edna who hns been visiting her parents Karl Campbell, Hilda Campbell, Flora for two weeks, returned to her work Lee Shockley, Haley Lamb, Charles In Dayton, 0., Inst week. E. P. Hulett, 5Iack Lamb, Walter Lnmb Renge was visiting 5Illlard Kindred nnd Edna Short. Panola Aug. 10. Wo nro being blessed with good rnlns. rcnrl Walton and Hnllle French nro visiting the fnmlly of Hays French near Thlmblo Bradley, after a Louisville. week's visit with homo folks, hns re turned to Richmond. 5Irs. Addlo Gumm Is very ill with typhoid. Vinn and Slna Brown nnd Clella Kindred wero recent guests of Bess Wngoner. Ivo Chrlsmnn was down from Ravenna to sec homo folks recently John Chrlsmnn was a cnllcr on C. 51. Rawlings Sunday. Rolllo Cox and family were guests of tho family of Robert Elliott, near Richmond Sunday. Uncle Charley Cox nnd Mrs, Roll Rlchnrdson have been on the sick list for a week, Rev. Crop Isaacs preached nt Beaver Pond Sunday. 5Ir.-an5Irs. C. M. Rnw-lincelebrated their twenty-nintwedding Anniversary Sunday, with a sumptuous dinner. C. 51. Rawlings is celebrnting his seventieth birthday todny. 5Ilss Anna Johnson Is nttending Instltuto at Irvine this week. Enrl .Mobcrly nnd littlo broth er of Irvino nro visiting tho fnmllr of their uncle, Clay Wilson. S. S. helly of Lexington was a visitor nt his Drowning Creek fruit farm Sun day. Pnnoln, gs h GARRARD COUNTY Harmony Hnrmony, Aug. 9. We nro havine? some very fine rains which are badly needed. J. L. Hutchlns of Dnnvillo was here last week buying cattle. The live stock trade here is rather dull, but since the fine rains have come, which will make plenty of grn.ss and water, the trade will get better. Uncle Bill Davis has gotten nn Increase In his pension, but ho says that ho didn't want it. Thoro will bo preaching nt Hnrmony Baptist Church next Saturday and Sunday. Everybody la invited. T. J. Stigall sold a nice bunch of hoifers to E. L. Wilson at 17c. pur pound. A meeting has just closed nt Beech Grove Baptist Church, but with littlo results. Tho meeting was conducted by Rev. A. C. Baird of Crab Orchard, and Rev. Herd of Kmanuol. To Get "Results" From Reading, The tnau or 'boy ho rend with attention cannot rend niiil if what hi1 reads Is worth Hrnn!nt. of hi liatdta wbn n student n uinn v. ho achieved grvfmn)s. "Many nt!i..r students rend more tnnn I did nnd knew more tlmn I did. Hat n much, as I rend I inaile my own. When a or nn hour at mot, had elapsed. I my l.ook nml thought g on whnt I hn! rend. Habere wns iieenllnrly Iniei oritur or H'riklni lu the iamre, I to rem 11 It anil lay It up In my memory, mid rommonlv efinid effect my object." I'miii "liooks and H ullinr," I y N.mli - half-hou- r, rled uny-thln- enilt-uritr- potior Berea College Hospital and School of Nursin; During the coming year Berea College Hospital will offer two distinct counts In Nursing. Tho shortor course will bo exactly liko the course that has been given slnco tho Hospital has been founded. It is intended for young women who have not the educational preparation for tho longer course, but who desire to render at much practical service ai tkoy can. Graduate from this eourso nre in demand, and may expect to receive from ton to twenty dollars a weok for their sorvfce. They will not be qualified to tako chargo of n hospital, nor ean they demand the high pay of the Registered Nurse, but they are very valunblo to overy community and there should be a number of young women to ontsr this Tho lengor eourso is for thrco years and prepares its graduates for tho State txamtaation. All parsons successful in this ex ami nation raetJvo the R. N. Diploma and nre permitted to prnetlco In otfeer states as well ns in Kentucky. The first twenty-tw- o montlis of this eourso will bo spent In Beren Collogo Hospital, nnd the last nlno months in tho Louisvillo City Hospital. Cuadidntos far this eourso must have passed tholr olghteonth birthday, be In good health, and show evldonco of having had one year of high school, or its equivalent. ooum. AppMeants for this eourso must bo past aighteon years of age, of good health and ruggod constitution; must have finished the eighth grade in good standing. This eourso requires eighteen months, largely of practical bedside work, In work for completion. addition to fifty-tw- o hours of class-roo- Nursing is a groat profession and tunny of our young women who desire to render n maximum service to tho peoplo in greatest need should ontor this profession. Boron Collogo will open September 1C, and any desired information about tho School of Nursing, or any other department of the institution, may bo secured by writing to tho College Secretary. COST or LIVING. By good business management and Is nblo lo rcd'ce tho cost of living in Brrea to tho lowoit posslblo figure. Tho times t'.Ind c..i n.v, hi arc working hard npalnst us and tho constant battlo with the high rost of all ruinmodilics is a trying one, but thus far the Col ego has won. Tuition Is froc, Incidental fco $5, $0, and 7 ?1l'5 a year and many other valuable and necessary additions to tlio student's school life, such as gymnasium, athletics, a torm, according to tho eourso taken, room and board for hospital and lectures aro free. All students from tho mountains abovo fifteen years of age, of good character, studious habiLs and a willingness to work aro invited and will find a wholehearted welaomo to Heron, but thoy must make reservations in advance- I abi-u- Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. August 10, 1020 THE CITIZEN "Silly She patted his head. "1 tlon now would have been superlative provided only that he had been en- 'didn't believe you'd try to camouflage me. No honestly Isn't It true?" titled to his pride. He studied her a moment "Whnt "He's Jealous of you," said Angela abruptly. "Thnt's nil ho's Jealous. would you sny If It were?" he asked soberly. Simply wild with It, You know that Sho returned his gaze with engaging don't you ?" Milliard started; for It wasn't nn frankness. emboldening beginning. Not the least "Oh. I wnnt It to be I want It to so; It Implied exnetly the sort of rival- bel" she said. "Carol's the sweetest ry which ho had feared, and which be thing In town, nnd ns for you . . . well, sometimes I almost wlsii I could hnd como to relinquish. "Who Is? Oh I ltufus Waring?" tnnrry you myself 1" "Terribly Jealous. Perfectly crnxy Ills heart leaped dangerously. One with It. Thnt's what all this whole complication tho less I Oh, the respite mess Is nbout." She tossed her head of Itf Angela removed from the probwillfully. "I don't care; do you?" lem nnd he sank back wearily Carol The unreserved bluntncss of It near- - coming Into It ngnln, nnd Irrevocably. ly took him off bis feet; renewing the "Almost?"' he queried devastating suspicion thnt Angela hnd grown to enre too much for him too She looked at the floor; when she gr JMJj'' fly I""? rite t rn : , much for her own good, raised her eyes be saw the well re"Why, Angela!" he said lamely. "Of membered depths In them. She wns and the womHint you make that Investigation, course I do. It hurts me." She hnmmered n an wns speaking with the child's That's on condition thnt ltufus won't wl h one tiny flit, tongue, Mer bnnd covered his; the mention this again, cither here or nny llts Jealous of everything and warm, timid pressure was very assuagwhere else, until he's, collected the nny ing. facts I And I'll tell you right nmt1 everybody. That doesn'tme count perfectly Only It made more. I suppose I "Yes, 'almost' Kufus bns given you the truth I" I wanted to scratch him can really talk furious, to you, enn't I? I al"My dear mnn I" Cullen's tone was ways thought I could . . . well, conciliating. "We know all that! . . . the very liion of his daring to say when you first enme here I wns perWe've gone Into this with our eyes anything like that about yout Even fectly crazy nbout you . . . I nm open. We're not buying a productive If you do like me a lot 1" She sighed yet. In a way, only sort of boiled mine; we're buying a good prospect" henvily. "And jet If you stop to think down . . . you know. Not like "Since I saw you last," Milliard's nbout It, It wns sort of brave, too a sister nt nil, but . . . not the voice broke. "I've reason to fear thnt standing tip to all of us when It wns I thought It was other sort, either. It ln't ns good ns wc hoped." three to one, ami he wns wrong poor going to be once but I "There I" Waring was Jubilant. dear I" ... I like you better than anynow I Whnt did I tell "Listen to that, Milliard looked down at her with body else In the world all but two. you?" deep affection nnd troubled relief. . . . I llknd to be kissed by people I "We went Into It with our eyes "As long ns I've a defender like you like . . . and . . . you know open." said Cullen, nftcr n pause. I wouldn't worry," be said, "but I'm It's sort of like sunlight; I need lots "Yifu tnld us from the very first It nfnild It won't be for so very long, Peoplo have always fussed of It wasn't nn absolute certainty good Angela, thnt you'll feel tike defending over me. . . ." Mere she gave a Lord, what business proposition ever me." poignant sigh for her lost youth. "Only Is? Ilesldes " He sent a flash of "Why not?" she asked. . . . It's funny, too ... but scorn to Waring. "I don't care who "Just a notion of mine. It strikes one of the two people I do like betknows where I stand on this deal or me that you're fdnder of ltufus than ter thnn I do you In n difany other. I don't buy properties; I you let yourself think. And he needs ferent wny Is Itufe Is luicW men. I'm banking on you, Mil- a champion worse than I do; I'm more Wnrlng. lie's Jenlous ns a . . . a liard. I'm putting my money back of used to taking care of myself." torn eat . . . but somehow I don't you. I'm counting on you to make The corners of her mouth were pe- mind it from him; I nlways like it. good If thnt Montnnn thing falls culiarly sensitive. ,,, He was so frightfully Jealous down cold, I know you'd make it right "Such a queer notion 1" she said. about you. and I I teased him with me If I'd let you. Itut I wouldn't. "Wl'ere'd you ever get It?" about that It wns Just becnue he When I'm sold, I'm sold for keeps, nnd "Oh, It came of Its own accord. thought you weren't. quite good enough I'm sold on you. I'm taking the risk for me, I guess. And you've got to Just ns you nre. So . . ." "It's been such a funny day," she give him credit for Hint, now, hnven't "Thank you." Milliard's apprecln-Ho- n said, musing, "ltufus was funny, and you? . . . And I hope was in the nnturo of n stiff bow. Dad was funny, nnd you're so funny, you nnd Carol '11 be awfully happy tolit"I'm nfrald you're exaggerating a nnd Carol was funny this morning, gether." tle, though. . . ." and I'm funny now, "Dear girl!" said Milliard gently. "Not one syllable!" "Carol!" he echoed involuntarily. Mer eyes "Do, you understand?" Milliard was patently grateful. disShe laughed at him, enjoying his were very pleading, very misty. "At nny rate, I'm going to do ns I comfiture with the sweet Insolence of yes. Can I wish you "Understand? you'lf keep those things said nnl.nty juvenile; nnd It was note- - happiness, too?" as n favor to me, won't you? As se worthy thnt her arraignment of War"Not yet," she snld, ndorably prim. curity, or evidence of good faith, or ing stopped short nt this point oh, we both know "Me hadn't whatever you wnnt to call It?" you I" she nbout it, but he's got to graduate from "I know something about like this? "Nonsense! For n flare-utaunted wickedly. Inw school first, nnd nfter that . . . Hldlculous!" "What do you know, bright child?" mnybe I enn . . . travel a little." "Hut I insist." snld Milliard. "And be demanded, red to the temples. She blushed shamefully. "You needn't I want you to make nn Investigation "I know I" Mer tone wns singing. grin like a Cheshire cat I guess I'll n thorough one." Mo smiled grimly; t blush I see Niagara Falls, anywnyl" you Look nt the man Dleky Morgan wns safe forever. "I "So do Why, you guilty thing! WliF, you red "I "I wasn't grinning." lie said. know In advance whnt you'll find." wns smjllng at you right out of my "So do I. Oh, well, I know bow you geranium !" Me snt down beside her, staring at heart. . . . Rut I do wish happifeel. If you want to be whitewashed. flower-likface. ness to you nlways and always. And I suppose I'll have to act as a sort of her vivid, "Angela, you little demon, stop I'm hnpplcr myself tlutn I've been for trustee for you It's tommyrot, but If laughing at mo!" Me stop nges . . . dear you want It. I won't refuse. Send mo It was fresh Incentive; she only bub- ped, swamped by the recollection the stuff nnd I'H put It awny for you thnt It was Waring who wns to where It'll be safe. And ltufus here bled the more. "I told you I'd laugh at you some " They turned together to the law hare In.thc demonstration of his per triumphantly, fidy. To wish happiness to nn exestudent, who wns defiantly nbject. tkne," she Isreminded him cutioner nnd not be a hypocrite? In"ltufus, we're going to give you every "and this the tlmel" "Think so?" Illlllard wished credible yet true. chnnce In the world to back up what "I know so!" All at once she be- him happiness. you've said, but If you can't H Ue tiemurely sober. "I'm awfully came "What is It?" she demanded, alert paused significantly. It Isn't out yet, to his altered expression. glad, honestly "You let mo do the Investigating," everybody knows about . . Tm Just sorry . "Nothing, said Waring doggedly. "I'll get nt"the of course, but you nnd Carol, especially since Jack I'm not a Mormon t" foundation for you." went lost out, "You're fibbing! Still . . "Io it, nnd welcome 1" This from Armstrongwny they do and novels. West I'm In Illlllard rose hastily. Mllllnrd. "I'll tnke Armstrong's report Just the ns glad ns I can be. Only you "Walt!" she said. "You can't go If you will or you can go Just ns Just wee little hint until you've told me one more thing might have given me a much further as you like." Just to me, you know, mtglun't you?" . . . you don't honestly think Itufe's Cullen hnd detected Warlng's start "Angela I" He caught at her hand. underhanded, now, do you?'. of astonishment nnd chngrln, and his "Oil! That wakes you up, doesn't Interest Quickened nt the ma- "Will you tell me If I tell your' "Wlint's Jack Armstrong got to do It?" Her manner changed to the "Yes. I guess so." with It?" Her finger wns upraised in warn "Oh, ho's going to tnke n look at It ing. on his wny West," said Milliard, diff"Say 'Yes. dear.'" idently, nnd ndded, with more generos"Yes. denr," snld nilllnrd, writhing. ity than Waring had anticipated, She settled herself with n little "ltufus nnd I both nsked him to. Let flounce of excltemnt. ltufus nnd Jack hnndle It toguther. "Well . . . Jack nsked her, nnd Iletwoon them, they'll mnko rather nn sho refused him. . . . Flat as a exhaustive study, don't you think? And She pancake. Thnt's gospel truth they might turn up something thnt nil told mo she'd refused hlni, nnd he of us would wnnt to know." told me the pancake part. And every Thnt's right I It's n thought Well body's glad of It he's a nice boy; " Cullen looked nt his wntch. "I awfully nice but nowbero near as enn't waste nny more tlmo on this tomnice as you are. And he's Just natu fool business. I ought to hnvo been rally gone nwny to get over It. And In the olllce nn hourngo. Anybody goyou're the only one left So that's ing downtown?" finished." "I am but I'll wnlk," snld Waring Had He stared at her unblinklngly. sullenly. ht really been at such "Can I stnv?" nsked Illlllard of Anwith Armstrong nt the station, thn? gela, In nn undertone. . The conception was Illuminating. "I wnnt you to," sho snld. Her eyes "Everybody?" he repeated, red and lonoweti waring to the doorway. white by turns, nnd mightily hushed. After they hnd been nlono for n full "What does that mean?" minute, und neither of them hnd ut"Just that. Everybody. That is1 tered a syllable. It camo to Illlllard Her accent wns dellclously superior. that tho chief dlfllculty In being evil 'Thnt Is, nil the peoplo ono knows." Is to mako an end of it, but that tho "They think . . . they think dlfllculty In being virtuous Is to chief I'm the . . . the ono?" begin. Mis hrnln was uctlvo and his (To bo Continued) emotions wero placid; but to his mild Doeosn't perplexity ho hnd no compelling de- "That Wakea You sire to make n start. Thero was no ternnl; If Milliard had been In a A Captive Eel. restraining Impediment working "I have been shown nn col which frame of mind It would have ngalust him, ns on tho occasion of his convulsed him. "Now, Just bo calm has an Interesting story," writes n na Interview with Carol; his Impulses nnd tell mo atl about It," sho Instruct- ture observer. "It whs discovered two wero merely Inry. Indeed, ho wns ed him Indulgently. 'Tell mo every- years ago, having got Into a water rather highly grntlfled nt the course thing I wou't repent It to a single pipe from u bum. Tho supply or wa of things this morning; bo argued soul I I'm awfully excited about It. ter having bean cut off, Investigation that Wurlng's renl ntid Armstrong's I'lense tell me." showed that the.sol wns (Irmly wedged Itinerary had relieved him from nuy in the pipe and wns effectively pre "Angela I Whero did you" necessity of an nvowul of venting tho jmssuge of water. It was Sho pouted Instantly. his Innocent fraud; it was much inoro "Not Just plain 'Angela' put some then of small size, but has growu satisfactory, slircu all tho Issues wero trimming on It." amazingly In a witter tank; It Is now so confused, to turn his affairs over "Well Angela, dear . . . what's fully a yard in length ntid as thick as to Cullen, and to nwnlt the Inevitable Armstrong? Say that a man's wrist. It answers to tho verdict on an Impersonal busts. In tho thnt about Jack me everything you nnmo of 'Peter,' and at onco comes to nptln and tell meantime, ho was deeply touched by know nbout It He serious for once. tho surface when called upon and Cullen's confidence In him; Cullen and feeds from tho hand. Its diet cousiits a good girl!" Carol Durant alike had refused to be- That's eyes wero mischievously tender; principally of worms, but It enjoys nn Mer lieve the obvious truth; ho wondered somehow she reminded Illlllard of that occasional mouse. In the process of stolidly what It would have meant to swallowing, It makes a succession of moment In the hallway of the him to have had such a repututlon house tho most precious of all gulps, till llnnlly tho tail of tho mouse from his youth ouward: the grutltlca- only Is visible, and then that, too, hi'urvceut memories. goes over." Paga Tare f noboev mm 7 SYNOPSIS, CUAPTKn I.- -tn Imsa hospital at Nfulllr. Prance, lilt tttt tllslU-urebeyond recognition, an American soldlor ssrvlns; In tho French army attracts tif Ms deep denondency. Asked by the surjsons for a photograph to xulde them In making over hli face, he often In derision a picture of the Parlor, bidding them take that aa a model They do o, making a remarkable likens. CHAI'TBn II -I- nvalided home, on the boat he meets Martin Harmon, New York broker, who Is attracted by hla remark-abl- e feature! The gives hla name aa "Henry Illlllard," and hla home aa Syracuse. New Tor. He left there under a cloud, and U embittered aralnat hla former fellow townamen. Harmon makea him a proposition to aell mining tocki In flrraruie, concealing hla Identity. He accepts It, aeelng In It a chance to make good and prove lie haa been underestimated. CHAITKH III. Tn Syracuse Illlllard" (In reality Itlchard Morgan) la accepted as a stranger He visits Jamea Cullen, a former employer, relating a alory of the death of lUrhard Morgan, and la surprised at the regret ahown by Cullen and hla youthful daughter Angela. While at the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan'a former fiancee, mokes a call. CHAITEIt IV -I- lllllard repeats to Carol hla atory of Morgan'a death and la deeply moved by the evidence of her deep feeling for the supposed dead man. He however, to continue the deception. ext CHAITKH day Illlllard gathers from Angela that Carol had always loved Dick Morgan, and while delivering to her a letter supposedly from her for mer flsncee realizes that his affection la unchanged. Hla welcome by Doctor Durant, Carol's father, also shakes his res. lutlon to continue the deception, but ha conquers It. 1 j Cy Wt hnlf-chll- n n i ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... and" Vl.-- In Syracuse Illlllard Is upon aa a capitalist and mining In that capacity, In pursuance aipert, and of hla object. Interests Cullen In the possibility of wealth In mining properties. The Cullens and Illlllard go to the Durant Lome for dinner. looked CHAPTER ... p CHArrnn 1I. Observations at th Durante' convince Illlllard that the doctor and his daughter had always been hla true friends, and hla love for Carol becomes stronger. He realises he haa a dangerous rival In Jack Armstrong, also very much In love with Carol, and the two men tacitly agree to right It out fairly. his aucceaa In CHAPTER Interesting capitalists of Syracuse In hla mining venture (which ha believes to be a aound proposition) Illlllard regreta having placed himself tn auch a false' position, but In justice to Harmon feels he must go on. He makes confession to Carol of hla lova for her, and she admits the possibility of hla affection being returned In VIII.-Desptte e ..." tint. fus Waring, youth, CHAITEH fut aultor of Angela Cullen, Jealous of Illlllard, becomes angTlly watchful of the tatter's business. Harmon vlalta Syracuse, and a prominent business man of the city, seeing them together, warns Illlllard of Harmon's reputation. Disturbed, Illlllard aska Harmon for an explanation, and the broker unguardedly admits a former swindle, and alao thai the mining proposition la a "fake." Milliard threatens to make the knowledge public, but Harmon shows htm he haa made himself an accessory. Illlllard aeea nothing to do but go on with the deals. CHAPTER X In an Interview with Carol, deeply touched by her frlendllneaa and Interest In him, Illlllard almost determines to admit hla duplicity, plead for forgiveness, and make a fresh atart, but cannot nerve himself to the confession. IX.-P.u- ... CIIAITEH XI. Armstrong, moved by a chivalrous feeling, admits to Illlllard that lie Is going to Montana to Investigate properties which Illlllard represents, and the latter sees the end approaching, liar, mon, to whom he haa turned over the money he has collected, hat paid him handsome commissions on the business done, und he determines to turn over to the subscribers all he possesses, In that way undoing to some extent the wrong lie had unwittingly done, "Now listen to mo a moment I" was ImpnRslvvly serious: the way to tho denouement wits opening clear before him. Ho need only offer himself for Judgment, rind tho future would tako care of Itself. "My purpose In coming up hero this nfternoon wns to talk tn you about this samo propI had somo erty, Mr. Cullen. I rather Important things to tell you nbout it. Hut In view of this new of Warlng's, I'm going to act differently. This won't stop here, and I prefer to have somebody look Into it before it's nny worse. I'm going to put myself In your hands. Kufus and I want you both to witness this. , . . Mr. Cullen, I'm going to glvo you n cheek for eight thousand dollars; It's my whole balance at tho Trust and Deposit company, less what I'll need to live on for n fow days. I'm going to turn over to you twenty thou-sanshares in tho Sllverbow Mining corporation to keep for me It's my own personal holding. I'm going to turn over to you my contract with the mining corporation, which calls for the delivery of nil tho rest of tho corporate stock on payment of a hundred nnd twenty thousand dollars, of which I'll give wo'vo nlrendy paid sixty-twyou tho corporation's receipt to mo for that amount. And I glvo you my word of honor not to step foot outsldo of the city of Sjvrncuse, nor to be for one slnglo hour out of your reach until you've Investigated the whole proposition from bediming to end.. L Insist Hit-Hnr- tl 1 -' a4jH 3 Jw dlf-fer- cross-purpose- s ... An-gel- d serve as n try-oof the plan, witaln which tlmo every state will Join In the movement aimed to mako the Indus trial cripple nn nsset for tho community rather than n llnlillllv. In the present dnys of lnbor shortage, this movement Is regnrded ns economic aa well ns humanitarian. L. 8. Mnwklns. fnrmorlv illrnrfnr nf OPERATORS' ASSOCIATION SAY8 vocntionnl educntion in the state of New York, will hnve charge of tho NO ALARM NEED BE FELT IF federal government's participation Jn PLANS ARE CARRIED OUT. the movement, and L. II. Cnrrls, formerly vocational director, for New JorseV. I In rlinptro nt tlm Inminillntn MUST INCREASE CAR SUPPLY development work In the stntes. At present Mr. Cnrrls Is on n trip through the rontitrv thnt will tnke him Miners la of the Full to the Pacific coast and back to Wash Necessary, for Figures of the Geo ington. Show Existence of a logical Survey No reliable statistics rim nvnltnblc to Real Shortage. show the number of Industrial cripples but Charles II. Verrlll of the United By JAMES P. HORNADAY. States employees' compensation Wiishliiirtoii. There nre still con estlmntes that 14,000 persons seriousness of every yenr suffer Injuries nt work flicting views ns to the the bituminous coal supply problem that cntie amputation of the leg, foot ntid the solution thereof, but concert or hand or loss of sight. Houghly, ed nctton taken by the Interstnte com- - tho official guess is that 100,000 or reo commission, the bituminous com more persons will be nn- operators nnd the railroads has tended ntinlly when the new law Is In full the nation operation. to develop nsurnneo that will get through the coming winter Tho wide scope of the federal inw safely. of Is apparent from tho definition The National Coal association, wnicn those who may be benefited by It n Is composed of approximately section rending: "Persons disabled bituminous coal oirotors, announces mean nny person that no nlnrm need be felt by the pub shnll be construed ntophysical defect or this winter If who by reason' of lic as to a conl famine congenital or the comprehensive plnns which have Infirmity, whether by accident, Injury or dlense. been worked out nre executed to the must come Is or may be expected to be totally or fullest extent. not nlone from the railroads, tho as- partially Incntmcltnted for remunera sociation says, but nlso from the tive occupation; tho term 'rehabilita miners, who must dig conl needed to tion' shnll be construed to mean tnc renderlnc of a person disabled fit to till the cars. occupation." The plans referred to provide for engage tn n remunerative Many States Have Started. an Increase of 2." per cent In open-tocur supply so as to Insure tho shipWhile no stnte has yet submitted lbs ment from the bituminous mines of plnn, which on npprovnl by the fed npproxlmntely 12.000,000 tons of conl eral board will entitle It to governn week from now until the end of the ment funds, the seven stntes named present conl year, which Is April 1, In the foregoing have accepted tho 1021. The program nlso cnlls for principle of the federal Inw. while priority in soft conl shipments to" the others are expected to act In the near Great Lake ports In the ' Northwest future. In fact several states. Includ nnd to tidewater ports for New Eng- ing California, Virginia, West Vir land. These two sections of the coun- ginia. Illinois, rsew Massachusetts, be most seriously affected Jersev. North Dakota. Pennsytvnnln try would should de If an actual coal famine Ilhode Island, nlrendy linve stnte velop nnd therefore they nre being and providing for tho rehabilitation of laws given first consideration. their injured industrial workers, but Survey's Figures, Geological sllcbt cbantres will bo needed In their The bituminous coal operators con lnws before they can obtain federal tend thnt a renl coal shortage exists, aid. nnd use figures published by the UnitIn order for n stnte to shnre in the ed States geological survey to back up federal funds, there must be cotheir contention. According to the sur- operation between the stnte vocational vey's figures, tho output from all the educntlonnl board and the state worksoft conl mines for the six months men's compensation board. ending June CO wns 25S.3CO.000 tons. Progress of Par Clearance. It is poInUnl out thnt if the same ratio The federal reserve board has Just Of output were malntnlr.ed for the bnl- - issued an interesTting report showing nnce of the year up to April l next, the progress of the movement started the aggregate production would reach some years ago for tho collection or r10.720.0iX) tcs. The coal oicrntors ull bank checks at face value through estimate that 540,000,000 tons will be the federal reserve syste in. needed to reach this. year's requireAll of the bunks in Uie country ments. This demand would exceed one-haof thosu in eight souththo output for Inst yenr by some 88, eastern stntes do not mako any charge 000,000 tons, while being uuder the for the exchango of checks. In 40 production for 1017 nnd 1018. stntes nnd the .District of Columbia, Some of the reasons given for the one may write a check on hts iHunu-tow- n Increased demand upon the mines this bank, though a thousand miles year are that there has been greater from It, get its full face value nnd not need for coal on the part of manufac have a single cent added at homo for turing Interests; thnt the coal opera the exchange servUe. Not many y'eura tors have been obliged to make up a ago practically all banks made a deficiency of some 15,000,000 tons of charge for this service generally iu coal stocks which under ordinary con rents for each Sl.OOO or less arid this dltlons would hnve been lying in the practice stilt obtains In the southeast country's bins on April 1; thnt ern states. of the miners' striko of last a stndv of the federal reserve board winter, which closed down the mines report discloses some interesting sur weeks, the country's surplus for six prises. It Is difficult to have popular stocks entirely disappeared and up to conception grasp the fact thut Igwa up, tho present hnve never been made twice as many banks as New The coal operators estimate the ex- has York; Umt even North Dakota has isting aggregate shortage at 35,000,000 more banks than the great financial tons. eastern nioiwy market; that Iowa has by. The Inko movement of coal, more banks thnn any other state In which is meant the movement of soft the Union, or thnt Texas has more toal from Lake Erie ports to the up-- f banks thnn Ohio or Pennsylvania. or lake ports, Duluth for example. Is The movement for the par collec-tionaover 5.000,000 tons behind 191S and 0V bank checks wris begun by "tho 000,000 tons behind 1010. federal reserve board because the law Making Assets of Cripples. creating it decreed thnt member banks The work of r,eclnhjilng for usefultould jipt pay nn exchange charge. Jn ness persons who are Injured In Indus- - the" eaVfy stages thera was consider-- 1 tr ywlll soon begin wttli the federal able opposition to tho movement, nnd with the the lighting bns not ye,t stopped. government stntes In an effort to solve the prob Georgia Bankers Opposed. lem of the Industrial cripple. Itecently state bankers in Georgia Seven states Minnesota, New York, conducted a strenuous light ngalust Oregon, Soutli Dakota, Indiana, Ar par collections, curcylng their protest kansas nnd Arizona have practically to court against the federal board's completed the plan to lie followed In collection of cheeks through express each state, and these plans will be companies, post olllces and over tho submitted soon to the federal lonrd counter generally. Still the fight Is Under a not yet ended, and Is expected to couio' for vocational education. new law, npprovod by President Wll before tho Supreme court of the UniMm Just before congress udjounied In ted States In th'e uear future. will Juno, the federal government i"Uirlirrn lii tlin countrv thero nlso match 'dollar for dolltir tho funds ap Itavo been protests ngulnst tho activpropriated by any state for the re- ities of the federal agents, somo bankeducation for useful employment of ers complaining thnt tho district those who have been lucnpacltnted by batiks collejcted large nmounjs Injury. of ciieclvS niid. Appearing Suddenly Tho work of industrial rehabilitation the yank counter, demanded ensh wlfl primarily bo ctirriod on by the sometimes more than the legal reserve. tihtou, the federal govurnmout aiding These protests reached congress, nnd financially und through th federal Governor Harding of the board when called upon to explain cited tho law, vocational education superboard of vising and guiding the states. Within and told the congressional committee was up to eongniKS to repeal a fow years.' olllcers of the federal that It provision against exchange payboard anticipated that the Industrial thu If It was desired to stop tho par rehabilitation work will be nation- ments No action folclearance1 movement. . wide, .ww M lowed In congress, and since then Four Year to Try Plan. more hnuks have been udded to tho It Is not proposed that tko 'federal par list. government slmll take tho dUnblod Tho eight states In which par clearmen und train theiu, but that each ance Is not general nre Tennessee, of North and South Carolina, Georgia, state bhull have the the government In nltotmeut of funds, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and there being $750,000 avuilable fur use Florida. In those states a total of before July 1. Uttl, and 1.000.000 for 1.S03 banks do not belong to the fedeaeli of the three succeeding veurs. eral reserve system und are not on Statu allotments of this money will the par list. There nre, however, In be ou a pro rutu basis of population, these states 1.4S1 biftiks belonging to with u minimum ullowuuce tet at the federal system, at which uo charge Is levied agulust chocka period is expected to collected at or throui.1i them. The four-yea- r GOAL SHORTAGE VIEWS CONFLICT p ex-oe- pt lf of $3,-00- r. Pace Four THE CITIZEN August 10, 1020 L OCAL PAGE FROM A Program of Old Fiddlers' Meeting College Tabernacle, Saturday, Aug. 21, 7:30 p. m. Lnrkln Hicks . . Arkansas Traveler Brodhcad, Ky. Leather Breeches 2. David Freeman Vngoncr . Bell Point, Ky. (Forked Deer 3. II. P. Baker . . . Wnyncsburg Chavls, Ky. IDccr Wnlk 1. TO SAVE IS THRIFT But few have accumulated great wcnlth without first snving. By In dustry nnd thrift you enn gradually accumulate n sufficient nmount to prove of timely nssistnncc when you grent opportunity appears. You then can grasp It nnd reap your reward. Stnrt a Term Savings Account today this Hank will pny you 4 Interest compounded on your money, if its only $1.00. semi-annual- NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES by R. R. Coyle. Mrs. Jennie B. Fish and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Walker left Sunday for John Webb and Lloyd Lane left Friday for Detroit, where they haw Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron taken employment. work nml repairs of nil descriptions Miss Delmn Hoskins returned early nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Main in the week from an extended visit street, north of The Citizen Office. nt Pikcvlllc. advertisement. Dean Clark Is driving a new Dodge car. C. S. Brown, n representative of Jnmes llaret, the Boone Way man, wites us thnt he was in the airplane the Western Stnte Normal School, which passed over Bcrea last Fri Boarding department, was in Beren on Wednesday, studying the boarding day afternoon in the trip from to Lexington. The trip, halls and facilities of the College, n distance of 115 miles, was made in with n view to Improving his own boarding department. 80 minutes. D. II. Smith, who has been carry Tuesday. August 31 is Farmers' ing mall on one of the rural routes, Day at the Blue Grass Fair, Lcxing has given up his position. He Is ton. The farmers are staging n big planning to go into business with display on the grounds and claim W. W. Romingcr, in the Englo block. they will pull off the biggest parado D. G. Bales has sold out his grocery of farmers ever. If you arc inter on Main street. The stock of goods csted In farm matters it will cost you was purchased by Duerson & Co., and but 50 cunts to attend the Blue Grass the lease for the building was bougLt Fair. Best Blacksmithing 4. E. L. Cooper Bledsoe, Ky. . . . Buck Creek iCnckllng Hen Hog Skin Burning Springs C. John Will Johnson Bcrea, Ky. 7. Hiram Botncr . . Travelers Rest, Ky. 8. G. C. Maupln . . Richmond, Ky. 9. "Dude" Freeman . Winchester, Ky. 10. M. A. 11, Leslie 12, 5. Aire I.unsford . Salllc Ann Cumberland Gap Forked Deer Calahnn Dillic In the Low Ground Wnlk Along, John Wagr.or Moody . Berea, Ky. Clover Bottom, Ky Great Western Fiddlers' Winner . Irish Gallop Deer Walk Mnn-Ent- Van Winkle Irish Washerwoman . . . nccumulnted spirit to estnblish our independence, but you enn Insure yours by dropping your spare nickels nnd dimes In n Liberty Bell Bank at home. Our forefathers GET ONE OF OUR LIBERTY IIO.NI) BANKS Alex Cloud Dizncy, Ky. Richmond, 'Sounvood Mountain 'Hen Cackle 13. Doc 14. 15, Cincinnati and other cities, where they will buy their fall stock of goods. President Wm. J. Hutchins will speak at White Chapel near White Station, Sunday, August 22, at 10 a.m., and will be at Bobtown school- house for a service at 2 p.m. Mrs. Algin Fielder and daughters, Misses Thclma and Delnia, of Richmond, Ind., have returned to their home after spending a week with Benton Fielder and family. Horace B. Jones is visiting his grandmother In North Dakota, and from there he will go with her to Japan for an extended trip. John Jackson, of Winding Gulf, W. Va., is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson. Mrs. W. H. Duncan and children have returned to their horns in La- tonia after a very pleasant visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. I. L. Isaacs and children of Irvine are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Marshbank of Whitelick were visiting Tuesday at the home of S. C. Lewis. Miss Frances Gardner, who has been visiting her aunt in Canada returned home today. Mrs. Milly Nash of Barbourville, was here on business last week. Miss Lucy Hayslip, who has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers on J. K. street, returned to her home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Strachan welcomed a baby girl to their home on Chestnut street Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Harris who have been living on Chestnut street have moved to Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Strachan and W. O. Buckley, of Akron, Ohio, are visiting W. S. Strachan on Chestnut DR. ROBERTSON HOME AGAIN Roberts . . . Turkey In the Straw (Billy in the Low Ground Ky. W. E. Johnson . . Buflnio Girls Berea, Ky. IWild Irishman II. F. Green . . . 'Mr. Brad All the World and 'Old Aunt Pat and Mexico Uncle Davy Berea National Bank JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, President Prof. J. R. Robertson has returned from New York, where he was engaged in collecting material for an He has re historical encyclopedia. sumed his place on The Citizen staff nnd has given us our "World News" again. We are sure that our read ers appreciate this column which he will furnish us each week. ALTERNATES U. G. Owens . . Greenwood, Ky. M. W. Ramsey . Manchester, Ky. L. E. Cox IWild Goose Shall I Meet You Up There INntchcz Who are Hensley & Cornett They are Successors to The S. E. Welch Dept. Stors In the Grocery, Feed, Hardware. Meat Market, Harness and Shoe Repairing Departments. We arc merchants, not speculators; we stand lor Quality, Service, and Satisfaction; and we muft turn our stock every jo days at a small margin. We are now receiving car loads of flour, meal, feed, grass seeds and salt weekly, and you will find what jou want here at the lowest price. Visit our modern sanitary Meat Market! See the up to date Shoe Making and Repairing Departments. We fix them while you wait. Take a look through the up to date Saddle and Harness Dcparlment with the modern machinery and skilled workmen. Anyway visit other stores and then come to us and get prices, and you'll buy of SOLDIERS' PICNIC street. Miss Helen Wyatt who has been attending Business School in Bowling Green is at home with her parents on Chestnut street. The efforts of Mr. Goudey and his painters, and the man who trims the trees and hedges, and the man who mows the grass, makes the buildings and campus present a beautiful ap pearance. This, will add to Berea's welcome to the students this fall Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, on Jackson street Sunday, a boy. His name Is John Alexander. D. J. Lewis has rented the Tatum property on Walnut Meadow Pike, They will move into it about Sep tember 1. Mrs. Tatum will move to Georgetown, where her daughter teaches. Miss Speer, who has been in Ashe viHe, N. C, for some time, has returned to Keren and will be numbered among the College workers this year. H. E. Taylor writes be home next Thursday, had a great vacation, good things at Winona one that he will after having enjoying the Lake, Ind. There's entertainment for everyat Lexington the week .of Aug t. ust 4. Newberry's Military Band De Luxe; three passenger-carryin- g airplanes; Nat Relss 25 car Carnival Company; Running and Trotting Races; prizes for horses, cattle, sheep, swine, etc.; garden and farm products; woman's work, tobacco, bnby show; and the admission to the Blue Grass Fair remains the same 50 cents. W. F. KIDD Dealer in Real Estate Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. Fisher's Hornpipe Some of the surviving soldiers of Bonaparte's Retreat the Civil War are in the habit of having a picnic sometime during each Anderson Bowling !Lost Girl IBonaparte's Retreat Ammie, Ky. summer. The one for 1920 was held in the College campus on Saturday, d Man S. Bowling . . A. the 14th inst. The ravages of time 'Calahan Manchester, Ky. in the ranks of the veterans of a Boy Burns half century ago are shown in the Manchester, Ky. lessened attendance. Whereas there used to be forty or fifty of the old UNION CHURCH Classified Advertisements soldiers and a hundred and fifty or Eugenics" will be the theme of more of them and their families at dinner, last Saturday the number of Dr. Hutchins' sermon next Sunday Try our classified advertisements. comrades was only eleven and the morning at 11 o'clock. The subject meeting Thursday They bring results. Five cents a k of the total picnic attendance about evening will be "What the Prayer line; minimum charge, twenty-fiv- e cents. The loss of numbers is in part Meeting May Mean to Me." compensated for by the strengthened LOST A bunch of keys. Finder comradeship and deepened comrade EARLY GENTRY please return to Woodwork and re ship. After a bountiful meal, there On Saturday. August 14, at four ceive reward. Jas. A. Burgess. was an informal program consisting 'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. of camp songs by Jas. M. Gabbert, an W. Jackson, on Chestnut street. house on FOR SALE Five-rooaddress by Professor Dodge, remarks Miss Carol Early and Peter Smith Boone street; city water; electric by Mrs. A. F. Hays., etc. Others Gentry were united in marriage by lights; large garden; good location. came into the pavilion to enjoy these Rev. Chas. B. Holder. Thewedding Also furniture for sale. exercises. as a very quiet one, only the im Paul Dcrthlck. mediate families of the young couple being in attendance. No invitations FOR SALE Nice M. E. CHURCH were issued. Due to the absence of house, in good repair; with water Miss Early's mother, the wedding and lights; good garden and barn; The Sunday morning and evening took place at the home of the groom's outbuildings. Corner of Boone services were well attended and mother. The bride looked very at- other and J.K. streets. For further inthoroughly enjoyed. tractive in a frock of champagne formation, call M. J. Carrier, phone The evening sermon was taken georgette, while the groom was at(t-- 0. 110-- 1 rings. from Gal. 5:0. It takes "Faith. tired in midnight blue cloth. Works and Love" to make a real Aften the ceremony the guests FOR SALE Two farms 4tt miles Christian. Paul warns us against were served by Mrs. Jackson with de from Bcrea on Big Hill and Berea being entangled again with the "yoke lightful refreshments. The young of bondage" after we have been made couple left on the 5.03 train for Lex pike. Well watered; good improvefree. We know it is harder to get ington nnd will visit relatives for a ments; lots of grass. Will sell one out of a tangle than to get into one few days, after which they will ac- or 'both. One has 148 acres; other and if God were not the patient, for- company the groom's mother to a CO acres. Lots of good tobacco land. giving God that He is, the "yoke of health resort and from there will For further information, write or call bondage" would be upon many who make a tour of eastern cities. M. J. Carrier, through God's love and mercy have For the present they will make Star Route, Berea, Ky. been freed. their home with Mr. and Mrs. Jack (t. f ) The Epworth League was led by son and after the first of the year Miss Click and with the talks and will be nt home on the groom's farm WANTED A woman as a housespecial music was an Interesting west of Richmond. We wish them keeper. Washings sent out. meeting. W. W. Rominger is leader much happiness nnd prosperity. Address Box 117, Bcrea, Ky. t.f. for next Sunday evening. Dr. J. M. Litteral, District Superintendent of the Lexington-CovingtoDistrict, will preach and conduct the Communion Service. All are invited to come. Last Thursday evening at Prayer Meeting, the second chapter of Acts was studied. The lesson for next Thursday is the third chapter. Bring your Bible nnd note book. The C. E. W. Class had planned for a picnic nt Vnn Winklo Grove on Tuesday afternoon of last week, but the heavy rains made the place unfavorable. The class motto is, "What ought to be, can be," and they believed they ought to have a picnic at the appointed time, so the place chosen was the second floor of the new Harrison Building. The place was lit or at least one corner was, 25 Cars High Class Shows, 5 Rides with candles attractively set on upturned nuil kegs. The supper was Newberry's Military Band De Luxe and The spread on no, not n table cloth, Quartette in Daily and Evening Concerts but newspapers on tho floor, which also served as chairs. But tho supper; it was the kind that makes you hungry when you talk nbout It. It filled a lnrge part of the program Running and Trotting Races Daily but not all, and tho evening was by everyone present. The REDUCED RAILROAD RATES committee" will be "putting Ken Walker, Secy, their heads together" again to see what can be arranged for next time. IHog-Eycmid-weem 2t-9- p. n Panola, Ky. Clint Gill . . . . East Bernstadt, Ky. L. R. Roberts . . Union City, Ky. William Berryman Winchester, Ky. .... jChcstnut Dixie Waynesburg HENSLEY & CORNETT Successors to The S. E. Welch Department Store Jno. F. Dean NEW IIOONE TAVERN BUS J. W. II trade If Be you intend to catch a train, It matters not to us, which way, If it's in sunshine or in rain, it cither night or day. DEAN & IIERNDON Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. We are still selling real citate. Do you want a good Blue Grass farmT, We have it Want a small farm near Bcrea? Yes, wo have it I Want a house and lot in Bcrea? Come on; we can furnish it I Want a vacant lot or unimproved land? Come oa 1 1 Or, if by chance you're coming in, And to the country want to go, We nrc always glad to send A taxicab, with prices low. If you will leave your call today, Tomorrow you need have no fear, to us For we nro on the job to stay, We hnvo Just revised our list of And meet them all, thruout the year. property, and have added many desirable farms and houses in town. In Boone TaTern Garage, addition to our local business we bars Phone 18, Berea, Ky. for sale a number of desirable farms in the famous Miama Valley, the "corn belt" of Ohio. So if you want to leave the State, see ua before There will be a meeting of all you go, and we will "put you next 1" Legion Men ii Maioiic Hall, Friday Eveaisg, Aug. 20, 7:09 o'clock This is for preparation of a picnic on Labor Day. F. I). Blue Grass Fair Lexington, Ky. 6 BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6 Griffith, Post Com. List Your Property FOR SALE witk spring" has coma and gone; The wheat is threshed; we've laid by corn; And now tho rovers aro beginning to roam, To rent a house or buy a home. They are searching tho couatry, far and near ' For a good location for next year; They want a placo near town, as a rule, Where they can put their children in school, And where tho grown-ups, Tho "beautiful hus- Aug. 30 to Sept. 4 $50,000.00 PREMIUMS Nat Reiss Carnival Co. an Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S 3 Giant Passenger Aeroplanes 3 Jewelry Store FOR First Claas Repairing AND band and wife, Can get the most pleasure out of life. Berea is tho placo whero ou want to be, And Dean & Ilerndon tho men to see; You will find John Dean still at The Bank; Ills grub being short, ho's lean and lank. Ilerndon keeps up his rambling nround; Ills odlco Is "any old place" in town. But when you And him, ho soon enn tell Who has tho cheapest farms to sell. Como on to us, we'll help you find A house or farm to suit your mind. Respectfully, DEAN & "rec-creati- Fio Line ef Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY IIEKNDON. August 10, 1020 THE GITIZEN Pago Flvo snmc feet thnt behave fnlrly well for days In the year become young on the 3G5th and oily nnd shnky-lik- o Beit Equipment nnd Service nl Lowest Cot. Wards for Men nd for Women. dity, nnd give the folks who stand on Sun.l'arlor, Private Rooms Hntlu, Electric Service. them n denl of concern. Gentle dignity thnt stays put for n whole year Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note nnd Ear becomes ns nimble as n hnrc nbout GENERAL PRACTICE the time the fiddlers come nnd sports C cmie in and tlilt an eitatillihment, which Is a friend In need, nnd gnml)ols like n lithe young thing and In reach of all the people. at the first twitch of the bow. Koiikrt II. Cowley, M.I)., Phrilclan It is nlso currently reported that Harlan Duulcy, M.D., l'hMcln certain ones arc practicing the fiddlMahharit S. Grant, M. 1)., l'hjilcian e-grin. particular species of Berea College Hospital SCI Saturday, Sept. 4 A Big Day in Lancaster Real Estate in Lancaster and Suburbs Mm Mart I.onoacki:, R.N., Superintendent Mtst Nellir Millrr, K.N., Head Kurie CHANCE IN RATES Ileglnnlng March t, the ralei for hoard and room of private pulents will he In to 8 per week. The rntei for patlenti cared for In the wards will remain the same fl per da. 11 Order of 1'mdential Committee. Ilerea College In the edge of the field, the crowd amnzed, A family Newspaper for all that it right In silent wonder still upward gazed. true, and interesting A long white streak, the high-ronmnde, rulllihtd Etry Thundsr, at Dtrtt, Kr. An it wound thru fnrm land, town PUBLISHING CO. nnd glade; (lneorporatfd) With n long, smooth dip nnd n silent WM. C FROST, Edltor.ln.Qltf glide J. O. LEHMAN, Mn.lnf Editor Still farther upward we then did RATES SU11SCR1PTION d The Citizen " berea TAVAIlLE IN ADVANCE On ride, U 0 Bit Months Tht Month Tod-offl- Ysr Till beneath us in one grnnd scene Lny fnrms nnd homes nnd village, e of Eiptus Ftnd monr by or Monty Order, Draft. KriUtrd nd two ttnt stsmrs. on The stock ponds dwindled to flower your nm on labtl shows Ttio dt beds small, to what dst your suktr rift Ion Is psld. If It Is not chanted within thru wesks afur With dark green borders 'round rsnrwal, notify us. cladly surrllrd them all; Mlislnr numWn will If w aro notlflsd. Litortl trms lsn to any who obtain In n long strnlght line of glistening for us. Anyon nw subscriptions subscriptions can scndlnf black, rccrlts us four yrarly year. North and south ran the railroad Ths Cltlicn fr for onapplication. Advertising raUs on serene. Lttr, ftr tt track; roiln Advrrttlnjt Keprrtrnutlvr THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AIRPLANE HIDE An airman came to the fair this year, In a flying machine; 'twas no We flew over the fair ground's noisy crowd, Who gazed and stared and cried nloud; Rut no humnn voice could reach the ear; Naught but the buzzing motor could I hear. trouhlc to hear; a bird, nnd a fish's A hard wind blew right in my face, Almost removing my cap from its' tail, place; And a whirligig right In front for A falling sensation I ducked In my a sail. head, Like a monster bird way up In the As down thru the air quickly I air, sped; It hummed, nnd dipt, nnd looped a Like a big bird settling down on its pair nest, Of daring loops, where all could see. bird came to earth The man-maAnil I was afraid it would fall on for rest. me. You ask me, "How did you like your spin?" . the cash and the nerve Any who had I answer, "Nothing enn beat It, seemed very willing The bird-mn- n Ellen Abney. I ken." to serve, breezy With a little spin thru the blue, THE OLD FIDDLERS MEET O'er the tops of trees, and houses, The fiddlers arc comin', yo hol yo hot to. Keren's big nnnual shindig, the fun I said I wanted to try that spin; So 'mid n gaping crowd and a lot mill that oils up ancient joints and puts a new polish on everybody's of din We snilcd away. Soon beneath our heel is almost upon us ngain. Already some of the old settlers arc secretly feet Were the fences nnd trees, the dust reported to be practicing the still Theso foot bching closed doors. and heat. It had wings like This grin shows itself on everybody's face the moment he enters the door whero the fiddling Is to be henrd nnd even those who frequent the pulpits nro not Immune. One may nlwnys cal- eulnte the density of the memories by the extent of the grin the squnrn of' the density nlwnys increasing in direct proportion to the squaro of the nren occupied by the grin. Yo, ho, the fiddlers arc comin' 1 There'll be "Forked Deer" and "Cnla-hnn.- " "Wagoner," nnd "Lcnthcr-Dritchcs"Wnynesburg" nnd "Cnck- lin' Hen," "Hog Skin" nnd "Wnlkj Along, John," "Alan-Katcnnd "Hilly In the Low Ground," nnd whole sends g fiddle truck, of other nnd it'll be plnyed by the hum-dinin'est lot of fiddle folk thnt ever shoved n bow or strung up n cntgut. Dude Freemnn, Alex Lunsford, Hiram Botner, Frank Green, Uncle Lnrkin Hicks nnd n whole bnttery of other princes of the rosined bow will call up the merry shindig days when lnds tripped it with the lasses on the squeaky floors of long ago nnd everybody was happy nnd the cost of living caused no sorrow. Yo, ho, the fiddlers are comin' I Gentle render, let me whisper this in pnrting. The writer hns listened to thrills like this for many a day, nnd ho knows from experience how readily dignity melts awny like an .icicle. The only safe thing to do is for everyone to provide himself cither with handcuffs or a pair of strong leather belts, nnd nt the first twang of the cntgut, to tether his feet with n gordinn knot to the chair posts. There Is positively no other safe way. Yo, ho, for the fiddlers; give 'cm a cheer ! J. F. Smith. ," r" prize-winnin- At Public Auction AN ALL DAY SALE Free Dinner Brass Band Money and Presents Given Away Investigate the property. Dwelling houses, building lots for dwellings, building lots for business nouses. This is your opportunity to buy real estate in Lancaster at your own price. The order of sale will be announced on the Public Square at 10:00 o'clock. No. i The Tomlinson Lot on Public Square and corner of Lexington St. Lot fronts on Public Square 45 feet, on Lexington St. 40 feet. This is the belt lot for a business house in Lancaster. Some of you business men who have been renting get busy. Some of you who have been loaning your money at six per cent buy this lot, build on it and make twenty five per cent on your investment. No. 2. A splendid building lot fronting on Paulding street. This is the lot purchased by Kinnaird Brothers from Mrs. Hamilton, but it was too good a lot to put a garage on. Frontage on Paulding street of 56 feet, with depth of 120 feet. Splendid for a dwelling, business hou6e or apartment house. No. 3. The Lackey property on corner of Danville street and Paulding Also several good street. A brick residence of five rooms, hall and basement. building lots. A dandy place for an apartment house or to build several bungalows, or buy it all and have the most desirable building lot in town. POFF EXAMINING TRIAL Tuesday morning long before the time for the examining trial of Con stable Andy Poflf, charged with mur der, ns n result of the shooting of Jnspcr KIrby, 22, nt the Berea fair, the court room was crowded. One of the first actions of County Judge W. K. Price, who presided, was to trnnsfcr the hearing of the case to the circuit court room on the second floor, where the defendant was taken and issued an order to Sheriff P. S. Whitlock nnd his corps of men to have everyone entering the courtroom searched. This, it is said, was taken ns n precautionary measure ns a re sult of rumors to the effect that trouble might be started. The henring consumed several hours, and was for the purpose of de termining whether or not the officer will be admitted to bail. Attorneys A. R. Human) nnd John Noland nre representing the defendant, nnd City Attorney Joe Chennult and City Judge G. Murray Smith nre attorneys for the plaintiff. A largo number of witnesses were examined nnd the speeches of the attorneys were mnde. County Judge W. K. Price ruled that Andy PofT is entitled to his freedom under bond, in view of the evidence in the case. He then placed the bail nt $5,000, which it Is snld, PofT will be nble to furnish. The ex- nmining trial, which was held Tues- dny, did not conclude until in the nfternoon, the morning being con sumed with the henring of evidence nnd the afternoon to nrgumcnts by counsel. MOONSHINE is making darkness of In many places, but the the noon-da- y traffic and Indulgence in liquor is outlawed; and decent nnd some In decent people nre obliged to sulk In relntion to the "bad creature." In olden time liquor was called the "good crcnturc," because of the mel low radiance of thought and hnlo of fteling it shed upon tho hard nnd dreary passages of life, but the transcient disguise It gave to reality disappeared so soon ami left reality ro much tho worso to endure because of an hour's deceit, that tho human understanding has revolted against the old humbug of decay, cnusing decay in tho heart nnd brain of all that is nearest nnd dearest to mankind. Slumber still some in alcoholic em braces, but demand for strength nnd norvo in efficiency Is pointing the finger of distrust and scorn at tho dopey dunce, who consumes his tima and strength in sodden stupidity, rather than face llfo in honest en deavor. H. M. Penniman. Moonshine That splendid dwelling of A. F. Sanders on Danville street; on the A new North side of the street. dwelling, 2 stories, 2 halls, 2 porches, hot water furnace, electric lights, bath and toilet, double garage, wood shed, coal house, stock barn and large lot, with good garden, nice front yard, concrete walks, alley in the rear of the lot. This is one which will bear close inspection. Modern in every particular. The dwelling is built of the very best of lumand ber. Don't fail to look this one over before sale date. No. 5. Another splendid dwelling on Danville street. That handsome home of Jones L. Anderson. Just outside the city limits; all the advantages of the city without town taxes. This is new property, modem and up to date. Ten rooms, bath room, basement, water works, electric lights, hot water heat, 2 halls, concrete porches, servant's house in yard, garage, poultry house and yards, barn and splendid-garden, ne acre of land. No. 4. 10-roo- m up-to-da- te No. 6. House and lot of Henry Moore, on Crab Orchard street. This is a brand new, up to date, 8 room dwelling, bath room, pantry, 3 porches and splen- did enclosed sleeping porch, electric lights, water works, double garage and other out buildings, 85 feet frontage, 200 feet depth. On the South side of the street. This is a beautiful place to live and a splendid home. Be sure to examine this one carefully. Here is a bargain for somebody. Two houses and lots for Dr. Priatus Walker, both located on Campbell street. One lot 42 x 210 feet, with 6 room dwelling, 3 porches, 2 pantries, basement, barn. The other lot 50 x 210 feet, 6 room dwelling, hall, 2 porches, barn, meat house. This property is located right up in town, convenient, and no matter what it brings on sale day is bound to increase in value. We are not attempting to go into complete details in description of these different properties, but we ask you to look them over carefully, as the bidders fix the price. No. 7. Spending a Dollar To make money the business man spends money, and even borrows money. The farmer is a business man. He too must spend and borrow in order to earn. And right here especially is where our bank comes in, with GENTLEMAN business. Tcus and Indiana cattle men exchange ers; Maine poIn its tato growers learn from Wisconsin potato grow- COUNTRY This bank cares for your savings, loans and investments. This national farm weekly cares not only for the growing of crops and livestock, but also the buying and selling end of the farmer's Here is a good one. Modern and up to date in every particular. Located on one of the most desirable residence streets in Lancaster. On the South side of Richmond street. The property of Mrs. Lula C. Johnson. On a splendid lot, 9 room dwelling, hardwood floors, enclosed concrete porch with cistern in porch, bath room, furnace, front porch, concrete garage, electric lights and water works, a splendid garden. Mrs. Johnson now lives in Woodford County and she has directed us to sell this property. It is too good to rent out. Had not Mrs. Johnson moved away this property could not have been purchased at any price. Now somedody else will own it and perhaps at a bargain. Seldom one like this for sale. No. 8. rie, pointers; and so on, each section helping another solve its most Unjiortant problems. We arc bankers, and where we can't help you in farm management we know who can. We firmly believe" that by spending a dollar for a year's subscription to Tun Country Gentleman you may save a hundred or two in your business during the coming year to deposit in Ask us to our bank. enter your subscription. We'll start It promptly and charge your account with the price, you want a home just outside of the city limits with enough land to make a living and money besides look over this property of J. W. Speake. 15 acres, one mile from the city limits on New Danville Pike. A brand new 6 room two story dwelling, two porches, cistern, garage, new tobacco barn. Seven acres in grass, balance in cultivation. Good cistern and plenty of stock water. This is first class fertile land. Here is your chance to get a nice home close to town. Look it over. No. 9. If All of this property will be sold on easy terms and for possession some of it at once or for January 1, 1921, just to suit the purchaser. Terms and particulars as to possession will be announced at the sale. It's Only One Dollar! Band concert throughout the day. This will be the best opportunity of purchasing real estate in Lancaster. For further particulars see W. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad, who have special charge of showing and describing these different properties. Berea National Bank Berea, Kentucky Capital and Surplus $70,000.00 See J. L. GAY, Phone 135 Swinebroad the Real Estate Man Lancaster Kentucky Page Six THE CITIZEN rat-pro- August 19, 1020 grain nnd foodstuffs In and Dr. Hoggs of Richmond nnd Prof. containers. Fink from Ohio nre here picking nnd Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special 10. Keeping effective rat dogs, es- shipping peaches. They nil have pecially on farms nnd In city ware- fine peaches In their orchards. Joe Investigator Conducted by Miss Margaret DIzney, Director of Home Science houses. Bailey is sick with stomach trouble. ItATS TO ALL TEACIMRS OF ROCK. gone to tho 11. The systematic destruction of Charley Jlaggard has CANNING FRUITS AND VEGEcarefully supervised, the blanching CASTLE COUNTY: rats, whenever nnd wherever pos- mountains this week on business. (Continued From Last Week) TABLES and cold flipping properly done, nnd sible, by (a) trapping, (b) poisoning, Joe Cnllhan hns been to Ohio to visit We Select the Following from n Bul- the general rules for handling tho As you remember, nt the Institute, Organized Efforts to Destroy Rats nnd (c) organized hunts. his two sons, Andrew nnd David. letin Isurd by the United products arc closely followed. wc discussed nnd laid plans for Com12. The organization of clubs nnd Tom JIuIllns, formerly of this place, The necessity of cooperation nnd Important Canning Suggestion States Department nf AgriAgricultural Fairs, also organization in the work of rat de- other societies for systematic war- but now of Indiana, has been visiting munity and culture Do not combine two recipes or two County nnd Agricultural Fairs in struction Is of the utmost Importance. fare ngainst rats. friends nnd relatives hero last week. sets of Instructions In cnnnlng. To nnd daughter. Jlrs. Mm. If. S. connection with our County Develop To destroy nil the animnls on the Open-kettldo so means to fall. Remember that or hot pack method, nf Ohio, who hnve boon nn,! ment Campaign. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS single farmer In n compremises of n Is the oldest and most commonly-homadequate heat, plenty of clean water, visiting here, have returned to their I neverns so anxious in my life munity has little permanent value, It require the com-hi- s and complete sterilization nre absoWaller Beldon wns visiting uwl method. to make nil these things n success since they are soon replaced from (Continued from Page Eight) in Rockcastle this year. It nil tie nearby farms. If, however, the farm- JInys, who underwent nn operation brother, B. Beldon, last week. ' P'ete rooking of food products beforo lutely necessary. The cold-parmethod of canning pends upon us as leaders. Our dis ers of an entire township or county for appendicitis nnd nlso had her ndc Born to Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J. JI. Bailey, I'ncklng or filling the cans nn.l tho sealing Tho packing is done does not mean that the canning Is trlcts and county are looking to us unite In efforts to get rid of rats, nobis removed nt the Robinson Hos on the 13th. a nine nnd one-hnJlother nnd child nre 'n'ter sterilization hns been completed, done without heat, but simply means ns leaders to promote new things much more lasting results may be ob- pital, was brought home yesterday pound boy. hence, there is the possibility of that the final sterilization is done nnd lead to n successful end. and is getting nlong nicely. A re- - doing fine. tained. If continued from year to spores and bacteria entering the Jars after the Jar or can has been com Wildle Let mo call your attention to these year, such organized efforts arc very vlval meeting will begin nt White Wildle, Aug. 10. Jliss Ella Nash. before sealing. The method Is suited pletely filled, the rubber nnd enp put three big things: Lick church tonight. Rev. George effective. , In place, or the tin can completely Do 1. Our County Community Childress will conduct the services. of Berea, spent last week with licr" ordinary fruits, but not to Community Efforts We. preens, sweot corn, nnd meats scaled. ftnd Sep vclopmcnt Campaign will stnrt tho Jtisses Dotson. Jlr. Jliss Thclmn Robinson is visiting Cooperative efforts to destroy rats When using glass jars, nlways tember 27. There will be a group her nunt, Jlrs. Ben Campbell nt Mm fieoree Ketron. of Winchester. Moreover, it is laborious nnd dis- utilize the jnrs on hand, but when your school sometime have taken various forms in differ Klrksvllle. Jlrs. J. B. Creech nnd Ind., nre visiting friends and relatives vuta sup, VSSSIIS1I1J ait lOSfV tUMIlfcl of men visit Cold-pacMethod. Tills Is tho it Is necossary to buy now Jars, buy during the day or nt night. A sched ent localities. In cities, municipal dnughtcr, Florence, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. G. here. Several of the people from employees have occasionally been set Ule will be sent you later, giving you here attended the Jit. Vernon fair method now In gcnornl use by the the best. They nre the cheapest In B. Robinson, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. W. JI, nt work hunting rats from their re These meetings fhe exact date. last week. G. C. Bullen nnd family members of the home canning clubs the long run. No glass Jar with treats, with nt least temporary bene Creech and Jlrs. Willie Rhodu's visited Jlr. nnd a well as many adults in the North- metal or rubber In direct eontnet with arc for the entire school district or nnd Jlrs. H. D. Creech Sunday. arc visiting In Tennessee Jlr. community. You want to get every- fit to the community. Thus, in 1904, Jlrs. John Davis and Jlrs. Annie Jlrs. Wm. Parsons, of Paint Lick. ern nnd Western states. In this the food product is doslrnblo unless body living in your community to at- at Folkstonc, England, n town of Stnmcs visited Jlr. nnd Jlrs. John spent Sunday and Jlonday with Jlrs. method vegctnbles nre blanched In the cap Is otwmoled, lacquered, or Glass jnrs should be tend your meeting nt the school- - about 25,000 inhabitants, the corpo Jlctcalf Saturday. Jlr. and Jlrj. Parsons' parents, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J. R boiling wnter or live stenim then vulcanised. house. There will be a premium of ration employees, helped by dogs, in James Bowling are tho proud parents Dotson. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J. JI. Coffey quickly dipped In cold water, the thoroughly cleaned nnd should be fered for the school who has the three days killed 1,045 rats. of a new baby boy. Rev. Derthlck are visiting relatives in Illinois. Jlr. skins removed, ami the products cut taken directly from hot water to be Side hunts, in which rats nre the largest attendance present at these filled his regular appointment nt nnd Jlrs. Bob Allen, of Covington, nre Into sizes for Jars or packs. Tho filled. In coring, peeling nnd slicing meetings, based on the population of only animals that count in the contest Level Green Sundny. Jlr. and Jlrs. visiting friends nnd relatives here. products nre then packed without drop the apple product Into n district. This includes men, women have sometimes been organized and C. C. Hounshell visited Andy Houn-shell- 's Jlrs. Allen before her marriage wns further preparation In glass Jars or and babies. Be sure to find out successfully carried out. At New Edith Phillips. Jlrs. Ellen other containers. Hot sirup is added vessel containing cold, slightly salted Sundny. Rev. Blufford Jen- Jliss what the population of your district Burlington, 0., n rat hunt took place nings preached at the homo of Jlr. Proctor of Hiatt spent Sunday with in case of fruit, hot water and a little water, in order to keep it from disis, nnd count all present at your some years ago, in which each of the nnd Jlrs. Harrison Creech Sunday her daughter, Jlrs. J. JI. Coffey. Born salt in the case of vegetables ann coloring before packing. Canned products in glass Jars, If meeting. Give this Information to two sides killed over 8,000 rats, tho nfternoon. Several people were pres- to Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Bradley Burdette, on greens. Sterilization is done in the the speakers, so they can report at beaten party served a banquet to tho ent. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Jennings Jlosler the 10th of this month, n fine girl; jar or container after It Is partially exposed to light, will bleach, fade her name Is Onedn Douglas. Jlrs. J. or entirely sealed, making It Impos- and sometimes deteriorate in food the end of the week. Begin now to winners. ta .1 ! I. - 4 Tlifl Anin- - kliut UIUIIUI'U lilb visited J. T. Clark's Sunday. utilise! II Griffin returned to her home m sible for bacteria or spores to enter value, hence the necessity of wraptalk about the big campaign for the Berea Sunday, after spending n week the container after Hie product has ping In paper. entire county. Let's make it bigger hpnts will be followed by long interOWSLEY COUNTY k (or Products canned In tin should be with her sister, Jlrs. Bradley Bur- been sterilized. By this than anything ever happened In the vals of Indifference and inaction. JIajor This mny be prevented by offering method of canning all food emptied into glass, porcelain, china, County. Jfajor, Aug. 8. There was church dette. Bigc Estrldgc wns here from cold-fill- ) prizes covering a definite period of at Union Chapel Saturday evening, Berea last week nnd bought two car products, including fruits, vegetables or stoneware as soon as the can is 2. The Community, School, nnd effort. Such prizes accomplish more nnd meats, can be successfully steri- oponiii. conducted by Rev. Jlclntosh, nnd Sun- loads of lambs. Agricultural Fair for your school disthan municipal bounties, because lized In n single period, with but oni Threelinks Pack the jars and tin cans thorIn the nfter trict should be the biggest thing In secure a friendly rivalry which they day, and Sunday-schostimu noon. Jlr. and Jlrs. Ray Rowland are Thrcelinks, Aug. 10. A large handling of the product, in nnd out oughly, lait avoid the overpacklng of the distiict this year. All the com- lates the contestants to do their ut visiting here. "at of the ennner. Practically every typo tin cans with products such as corn, Lester Rowland, who crowd attended Sunday-schomunity fairs will be in charge of most to win. has been' home on n week's visit, re Sycamore, Sunday. J. B. RlcharJ- - of fruit jar manufactured can be pens, nnd lima boons, as all of these the teacher, trustee and a committee In England and some of its colo turned to Cincinnati Saturday. Jlr. son, of Berea, and family, worn visit- successfully handled by the method expand somewhat during sterilizanppointed for the purpose by teacher nies, contests for prizes have been ornnd many food products mny be can- tion. Lee nnd Miss Nannie Hemdon had n ing relatives on Big Hill Sunday. and trustee. ganized to promote the destruction of Avoid using too much salt in the party last Tuesday night; nbout Dr. Pennington of JIt Vernon motored ned by one set of directions, thus lawn You can make your premium list the English, or house sparrow, but fifty were there. Jliss Nannie Row over to Threelinks Sunday. William avoiding the multiplicity of recipes canning of vejretables, greens, toyou want to make it. Your many of the whatever sparrow clubs required in fair will be on Thursday, September are really sparrow nnd rat clubs, for land returned from Detroit, Mich., Sparks of Jackson county was in simplifying other methods nnd greatly matoes ami sweot corn. A little su-homo canning. ndded before storllliatlon will Saturday; she nlso visited Buffalo, this part on business the first of the 30. Don't forget the date. Begin, the destruction of both pests is tho Niagara Falls, Chicago and Canada week. Simmle Hampton, of Hnm-lltoImprove the product and sometimes Gl.m Jars to talk it now. Make plans. Get avowed object of the organizations. O., is among home folks for a It Is generally conceded that glass shorten the time required for proShe is planning to teach at Bcrca ready. A sparrow club in Kent, England, ac this fall. Jlrs. Alice Hemdon took few days. He plans to go to Okla- - ' vars nre the most desirable and eco- - cessing. On Friday morning you want to complished the destruction of 28,000 homa, The I.O.O.F. of Sand Gap nomlcal in canning for homo use, ns In cnnnlng windfall apples whole, see that all the products winning first sparrows nnd 10,000 rats in three dinner with J. S. Rowland, Sunday. Willie Roberts is planning on havlnij have moved to the Odd Fellows' Hall they can lie used from year to year, sliced, or quartered, remember that second and third and others if you seasons by the nnnual expenditure of at this place. Prof. Walker of Lon-- ; or Indefinitely by simply replacing the they must be sterilized by boiling think wise, are taken to Jit. Vemon but $29.20 in prize money. Had ordi a pie supper at his school, Friday don and Prof. Cornelius of Jackson rubbers nnd tops each year. Practi-count- y enough to keep, but avoid overcook night. Conley JIalnous left here to be placed on exhibit Friday, after- nary bounties been paid for this degave an interesting talk at c"" n" f the various types of glass ing, which reduces the product to Friday for a short visit in JIagoffin v noon. struction, the tax on the community county. Green nnd Clayton Jlain-ou- s tho Krhnn1hniin horn lnf U'oiIno.Hm. Jars nvailablc on the mnrkpt rnn tin npplc sauco or discolors the pulp. 3. Saturday morning, October 2, would have been over $1,200. An ndequatc supply of convenient passed through JIajor with a c'ening; a large crowd was in nt- - successfully used In the canning of JIany organizations already formed in the county should ba tendance. A community club nnd n fruits, vegetables, and meats by the nnd efllcient canning equipment is Im fine drove of cattle, Saturday. moving toward Jit. Vernon, where should be interested In destroying method, portant to success. In using junior club were organized. Every- - cld-pac- k Island City home, school, garden and farm pro- rats. Boards of trade, civic socie body seemed interested and all went 'n handling the scrcw-to- p outfits, remember that too jar it Is Island City, Aug. 9. The needed ducts will be In abundance. Empha- ties and citizens' associations in towns rain come and refreshed vegetation. home full to the brim of good things important to remember that after the much pressure injures tho quality of size the importance of parents ex- and farmers' and women's clubs In Tie and stave hauling is tho go that were discussed by the speakers. rubber nnd top are put in place, all food products. hibiting as well as students. This rural communities will find the subBegin the canning work with a here. Our Sunday-schois Increas- Everybody is promising to do nil he the top should be turned until It is everybody's fair. All live stock ject of great importance. Women's ing with Rev. H. Pennington as Su- could for n better community. Jlrs. touches the rubber, sealing the jar small quantity of one product the first is to be brought in on this day. municipal leagues in several large partially, but not so closely as to pre- day. Take time to do the work woll, perintendent. Jliss Grova Bowman Johnson still continues very low. School, club and community songs cities already have taken up this went to Vine, Thursday, on business. Rev. C. C. Isaacs of Dreyfus will be- vent the escape of expanded nlr. then test the products beforo canning nnd yells should be learned now, so matter. n large quantity. Tin Cans The Institute wns in session nt gin a series of revivals at the ChristThe league in Baltimore recently When the canning work has dens to entertain and show community Standardize tho products, and If Bro. Booneville last week. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. ian Church Saturday night. spirit on this great day at Jit. Ver- secured ampropriations of funds for John Turner, our graded school teach- Kcnnctt Lunsford will help conduct veloped to stuh nn extent that n con- they nre to be marketed, protect tho non. Select your uniforms, caps, expenditure in fighting mosquitoes, ers, attended the Institute. Hon. the services. We are having plenty siderable portion of the products will standard and tho trade-marfaithcolors, etc., if you desire to do so. flies and rats. The league in Boston Warren G. Harding, the Republican of wet wenther these days, nnd crops need to be sold on the general market fully from year to year, through a There will bo a contest between tho during the past year, supported by candidate for President, is much in nro beginning to look more promising. nnd In competition with commercially uniform and reliable product. All schools on the following points, com- voluntary contributions for the pur- the lead in Owsley county. Hardin JIalicotc has sold his farm canned food products, tin cans nre canned goods offered for sale should Jlr. and munity spirit, march, songs and yells. pose, made a highly creditable edu- Jlrs. Wm. Raine went to Speed Teig's cast of here to Wm. Sparks. W. A. ' considered most practical because of be carefully labeled In accordance with casipaign against rats. Saturday to have some dental work Phillips was in JU. Vernon last week their convenience In storage, han the requirements of State and FedThe County Superintendent, Super- cational diing nnd shipment. visor and County Board of Educa- Boys' corn clubs, the troops of Boy done. The oil men have come in to on business. eral food laws. tion are behind this. Let's make it Scouts, and similar organizations investigate No. 1. well nt Island City. In ennning vegctnbles nnd meats In many Instances it is Important Goochland could do excellent work in rat camBo Goochland, Aug. 9. We are having It is desirable to use the enameled or to can with a homemade outfit first, The wounded oye of R. J. Bowman Yours for the biggest day ever paigns. crops look lacquered cans. This, however, is in order later to be in better position is becoming weaker; he will probably some good ratns now. Important Repressive Measures in Rockcastle county, nt Sycamoro not necessary for all products, nnd to determine what kind of outfit best fine. Sunday-scholose It entirely. After a stay of six The measures needed for repressing weeks with her parents, Jliss Delia each Sundny is fine. We nre sorry especially fruits, when the work Is meets individual needs. Robt. F. Spence, nnd eliminating rats and mice include Bowman, accompanied by her sister, to hear of tho death of Bro. Tatum. County Agent, the following: W. A. Phillips and Prof. W. II. funeral services were hold by the trayed the two dominant virtues of Berea, Ky. 1. Tho requirement that all new Jessie, has returned to Cincinnati. Andy Becknell Is preparing to have Jones motored to Goochland last Sun- -, Rev. W. E. Rlx nt the Baptist church Christianity, Lovo nnd Duty. Tho buildings erected shall be made his house shingled. The Citizen day with their wives Jlrs. J. W. on the 12th. She was laid to rest by beautiful song sorvice ably conductej under competent inspection. CINCINNATI MARKETS. takes this opportunity to say that Johnson Is still very low. W. R. the sido of her husband. She leavos by Jlr. Kincnld nnd organ nccompnn-1s- t, build2. That all existing Jliss May, students of Berea, wcro the name of Dnn Jloore should not Croucher nnd Jliss Hume, of John- - five children anil n host of rolatlvos Hay and Grain. ings shall be dosed against rats nnd have appeared In Tun Citizen in the ctta, were married last Friday. and friends. Jlrs. George Ann distinctive features of tho day. A Corn No. 2 white $1.70 1.7L No. 3 mice by having all openings accesFrcnch, after n three weeks visit Basket dlnnor of nil the season's llockford issue of Juno 10, 1920, in connection white S1.CJ01.7O, No. 2 yellow Rockford, Aug 15. Farmers are with the family of her son nt Rich- dainties were served nt 12;30. Tho 1.71, No. ' mixed S1.70C1.71, No. 3 sible to the animals, from foundation with the nccount of the moonshine mixed Sl.cagi.70, white oar $1,720 to roof, closed or screened by door, still affair. He was not seen there at pleased with the good rains. Corn mond, has returnod homo. Ralph nfternoon session was devoted to 1.74. window, grating or meshed wire netthat time ns was reported. Wc nro Is looking good. Jlrs. Ans. Bullen Cox, nftor n fow days' visit with short nddressos by talented and exSound Hay Timothy por ton $20 ting. hns been visiting relatives In Hamil- - relntivos at Forest Hill, has returned perienced spenkors from Boron Colic-sorry that this orror appeared. 83, clover julxot! $23082, clovor $200 3. That nil buildings not of Socy. Marshall Vaughn, Jlr. ton, O., J. JI. Bullen Is going Into homo. Jlrs. Inez JIlzc nnd son. JIoss, no. Travelers Rest 80.50. construction shall be made so Travelers Rost, Aug. lC.PIonty of j tho rabbit buslnoss. Jlrs. J. JI. Bui- - nre visiting nt tho home of Undo Burgess, Jlr. Roberts, Jlrs. Vnughn Oats No. 2 white- 7SS78$4c. No. 3 Undo Charley Cox and othors ndded thoir quotn of inwhite 77r77c. y0 8 mlxuIi 76070c. by rcmodoling, by the use of materials rain the past week Is helping to make len is with her brother, Isaac Coirey, Charley cox. may not be pierced by rats or n bountiful crop year. Jlr. nnd Mm. of Lexington, who is very sick still continuos qulto 111. Jlrs. Emma structive remarks that mado the ocWheat No. 2 red $2.0202.03, No. 3 that by olevatlon. rod S2.CSG2.01. Chester JInlnous of Wost Virginia Jlr. nnd Jlrs. A. J. Johnson, son and Cox hns been ill tho past week. Alice casion n gront day Jlr. and Jlrs. 4. Protection of our native hawks, visited Jlr. and Jlrs. J. F. JIarcum daughtcr-ln-lanro visiting rein- - Rovls nnd B. Revls were shopping In Jliko Gabbnrd with their little grandButter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras owls, and small predatory mammals, Saturday night and Sunday. Jlrs. tives. Rev. F. P. Bryant of Cartors- - Richmond Jlonday. Jliss Anna John-vlll- o daughter, JIarguorote, motored out 57c, firsts 52c, tocoudj, 31c, fancy dairy the natural onmlos of rats. will preach at Scaffold Cano son nnd Jlamle Gontry have roturnod from Berea to nttond services nt Blue Eliza Rnmoy is very poorly. Jlr. nnd 47c 5. Creator cleanliness nbout mar- Jlrs, Clay Smith, Jliss Vlrgie Jlln-to- r, some time in September J. C. Gulnti, from tho Teachers' Instltuto nt Ir-- Lick Sunday. Jlrs. Jloredlth Gab-barMsgs Kxlra flints 47c, firsts 45c, or- kets, grocory stores, warehouses, of Jllddlotown, Ohio, visited her Jlr. and Jlrs. Isaac Tackctt, all whoso leg wns hurt, Is doing woll nnd vino Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Walker Rich dinary llrols 4Uc. courts, nlloys, stables and vacant lots of Hamilton, O., but formerly of this will soon bo nblo to be out again. guosts of parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. T. J. Flannery nidson wore tho weok-en- d Live Poultry Broilers, 114 lbs. and Jlrs. last week. 33c, fowl. f ll.s nnd over 32c ; in cities nnd villages, and like care place, are back shaking hands with School Is progressing nt Walnut the fnmlly of J. W. Patrick over of farms nnd surburban premises. old frlonds nnd nre getting good cats. Grove, with Jlrs. Ellen Strunk ah Jlollio Cox nnd chlldron wore guests uudur 4& lbs 20c; mooters 20c. Aug. 10. Copious showers nro This includes the storage of waste Live Stock. bringing out tho development of corn Thoro will bo nn old folks' spelling teacher. Wlllard Todd nnd Robert at the homo of John Cox, Sunday. Cattle Stoors, food to choice $129 nnd garbage In tightly covored ves- beo nt Travelers Rest schoolhouso Bowman nro cutting a lot of cord Miss Clolla Kiudrod delightfully en nnd tobacco nnd gardens by magical 14. fair to good $&$12, to and the prompt disposal of It Friday night. Rudolph Herd, son of wood J. W. Gntllff is getting nlong tortnlned a numbor of friends to nn process. Tho Johnson reunion was fnir $008; hotter, pood to eholco sels Everett held at tho Big Spring, Sunday, Aug. Jlrs, Vlnia, Is very sick with typhoid nicely with his new road up Little elogant dlnnor Sunday $10013, fair to good $70 10, com- each day. G. Care in the construction of fever. Jlr. and Mrs. Robert JInln- Clenr Creek Leo Bullen is plnnnlnjr Bengc Is working nt Rnvennn. Cla- - 15, thnt being tin: nnnunl dnto for mon to fair emiuora $804.29, stock holfors $3.507. drains and sewers, so as not to pro- ous nnd Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Lester Hamil- to go West in September Several ronco Bengo is with homo folks. many years. The attendance was not Culvos flood to choice $16.50010. vide entrance nnd retreat for rats. ton visited Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J. F. JInr-cu- from hero went to tho JIt. Vernon Willie Rucker of Duluth visited ns largo as usual on account of tho fair 'to Kood $10 15X0, cotnuum and Old brick sewers In the cities should Tho llttlo rain. Sunday. Jlrs. Chester Ray nnd fnir J. W. Todd nnd H. E. Bullen friends hero Saturday. lurt-- f $600. Blue Lick daughter, Hester, of Lloyd year-ol- d son, William Earl, of Kings Mills, 0., mado n trip to Dripping Springs, ShwfiH-Clo- od to choice $5JiO0O.5O, bo replaced by concrete or tile. Old Citizen, I know you BIuo Lick, Aug. 9 Sunday, Aug. 8 and Emma Powell, met a violent fair to good $.'1.23 03.50, common $10 7. The early threshing nnd market- spent tho past week with Emma E. Saturday 3, lambs, good to choice $14014.50, ing of grains on farms, so that stacks JlcCollum was n red letter day for BIuo Lick. death by falling Into a kettle of hot Jlr. nnd Jlrs. D. 8. nro n good one. fair to Kood $10.50 14. and mows shall not furnish harbor-ag- o Flancry attended church nt Rock An nil day scrvlco conducted by Jlr. soap, and lived only a few hours. heavy Selected shipper Hoirs nnd food for rats, Christopher, of Berea College, our Sho was taken to Korby Knob for JIADISON COUNTY Sprinks Sunday, ( $14.50010, butcher $15018.25,, me8. Removal of outlying straw stacks worthy superintendent, wns decidedly Interment. The parents nro Panola dium $15.2.1015io, common to choice heavy fat fcows '?O0 11.50, light ship, and piles of trash or lumber that nnd sadly stricken. Tho symPanola, Aug. 17. Tho community a success Dr. Ralne delivered n ROCKCASTLE COUNTY pers $150,15.50, pig (110 lbs and less) harbor rats In fields and vacant lots. Conway was greatly shocked nnd grieved over splendid discourse in the forenoon. pathy of tho community goes out to $10018.50. 9. The keeping of provisions, seed (Continued on Pago Two) Conway, Aug. 17 Prof. Smith the death of Jlrs. Addle Gumm. The In his most inimitable manner he por MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE HOME DEPARTMENT Ili-rr- iw. e k lf vegc-cousins- k s, A cold-pae- ol ol ar n, steam-pressu- re I ol k 1 ol rat-pro- of rat-pro- rat-pro- of ' d, m lf Incon-solab- lo August 10, 1020 THE CITIZEtf Face Sana mriovu tmiroiM iimiiUTiOrUi SmSOWL Wr fXKV Tmthtr DU)DT( EVtNhK The Great Mystery By KEV. L, W. GOSNELL AmUUM limn, Mood? Illblt Initltute, Chlcaso. TnXT-T- hst the Oentllts should be fellow heirs, and of the same body, and partakers of his promlie In Christ by the KOM.fl -- Hrh. :, Lesson V II, of English llltit In lh IIIMe Inalltnte of Ctilriio.) (CoprrlcM. Hie. vmfn WmVATKIl, D, D MoikI i Mary ZAP BowyerGrAam RED. FACED MOON. Nr,.r t'nlon LESSON FOR AUGUST 29 BEGINNING OF SOLOMON'S REION f.RftPON Tl:XT- -l Kins. : mj. HOLUKN TI.XT-T- he frnr r,f the Lord, ft ml to depart from evil PIUMAIIV that It wisdom It understanding JUNIOH Job oni i.ns 9! 2 Ttil'IC-HolomTOl'IC-Boloni- Chnlce. Wlw AND ARMOR TOPIC INTKIIMKDIATR Ch.nufni; the lint VOUNfJ PKOI'l.K True Wisdom snd In the versca preceding the text, I'nul has been speaking of n mystery. hidden In former nges, hut now revealed to (Sod's Thing. AND ADl'LT TOPIC How to Get It praiseworthy I. Solomon Anointed King (1: WO). Dnvld had MlliiTtn fnlltnl to show tlit- - people wlio should lie king after him (v. 20). lie In now stirred to notion hy the combined appeals of Ratlnhebo ond Nathan, lie Immedl-.ntelsent for the fnltliftil three. Xnthnn nml Ilciinlnh. nml bade tlirm to nnolnt Solomon king. They executed tlielr commission and soon the people shouted "God save king Solomon!" II. Solomon's Acts to Establish His 40). Klnodom (1: Coming to the kingdom at such a time as thin, he noted certain dangerous element, which, If allowed to develop, would wenken If not destroy his rule. 1. Adonljah placed under survell-lanc- e (vv. II 53). Though he had attempted to usurp the kingdom, Solomon placed til in on good hehntlor. In this treatment, Solomon displayed hoth clemency and dlgnjty, which nre y y -- prophets. In the Vow Testament n mystery Is n secret, not known until revealed by (iod. There are various such mysteries, as those of the kingdom of heaven, the mystery of Israel's blindness, etc. Hut I'nul Is now apostles nnd In n ruler. 2. Adonljah executed (2: Solomon ordered lilin executed ho made an underhanded effort to beoomo king. 3. Ahlathirr removed from the priesthood (2 1X1. 27). Tli In limn had Joined Adonljah In bin plot of usurpation. Solomon rcmoed him from olllco and appointed Zudok In his stead. 4. Joah executed (2:28-33)- . Joah. too. was n pnrfy In Adonljah's rebellion. Beside thin he had treacherously murdered hit rivals In the army, lie wan succeeded In the generalship hy Itetialali. B. Khlmel executed (2:30-10-). Shlmel had deserted David and Joined his enemies, even bitterly cursed him. Solomon flrft paroled him nnd conllned him to Jenisalem, but when he broke hlii parole he hud him executed. III. God's Gracious Offer to Solomon (3 1 '.). Solomon made a lavish sacrifice to the Lord. It wiis not tlmt the Lord enred for the number of animals, but the attitude of thu man's heart town rd him. "A i. It what I shall give thee" placed very .vide posttlbtlltleN the king. God. us It were, signed blank cheeks and turned them over to Solomon to All In any amount tluit his heart desired. IV. Solomon's Wise Choice (3:0-0)- . The bird's gracious offer brought the king face to fare with tho of making n choice. Ood so dials with his children that a choice must bo made hy everyone. Solomon whs keenly sensible of the (1 Hi. u y and Ui reonllilllty of his position. lavld was a great king. For n young man to take up the work of an Illustrious father and push It to rouiiiftlou Is a most dlHIeult task. Beside all this, the disturbing ele-ints t In motion by the usurper, Admit inh, worn to be dealt with. In bis leplv to Cod ho pleads that he was not king us a result of hi own in.osltig, tiut heeauee of Clod's 'ovllig UliiliieNt. All who have been called of ;,nl to till positions of honor and that whop trust can truly When called to boldness of faith. PobHIu'ih of lienor and trust we should not l..mnie hltfh minded and vain, but hiniiMv present ourtele before God lie-fo1 tells us Just whnt It la. Our Inheritance. First, the Rentlles nre now "fellow heirs" with the Jews. In the Old Testament It was known that the s would some day bo blessed through Israel ns the channel, the Rentlles tnklng n subordinate place; now It appear that In this dispensation the Rentlles are to he blessed side by shle with the Jews, as fellow heirs. Moreover, tin- - Inheritance Is different from that especially promised to rsrnel, who looked for bursting burns ns the reward of rlghteous-nei-nnd to Inherit the earth. Now, wo nre blessed with all spiritual Messing In the heavenly places (Kph. 1 :3), nnd our Inheritance Is Incorruptible, nnd fadeth not nway (I Peter 1M). Indeed, It Is minle clear we are to be Joint-heir- s with Jeus Christ (Horn. 8:17)1 Our thoughts stagger as we hear the wflrds of our Lord: "To him that overeotnetli will I grant to sit with me In my throne" (Itev. 3:21). Tile Jews expected to lie blessed under Movdnh's sway, but what heart ever conceived such a privilege as Is Involved In being fellow Ren-tUes dealing with a matter which he designates "the mystery," ns If nil others were subordinate to It. Tho text "What makes your face so red, Mr. Moon?" asked the Queen of Fairies. "Is my face very red?" asked Mr, Moon. "It Is n bright flaming red, like scar let," said the Queen of the Fairies. "It Is really very beautiful. Rut usually your face Is white aud you look so quiet and so cnlm. Tonight you look very much excited. What Is It, Mr Moon? Isn't It unusual for your face to bo so red?" "Yes, it Is a bit unusual," said Mr Moon, "and I will explain It to you f you would like to henr about It. "I would, Indeed," snld the Queen of the Fairies. "Then." said Mr. Moon, "I will tell you nt once. Do you know which of Father Week's children Is working to day, or rather has been working tO' day, for the dny Is gone nnd thu night Is now coming on?" "Yes," said the Queen of the Fairies, "Sunday has been the child around today." "Yes," said .Mr. .Moon, "that is so." "Well, you see," Mr. Moon contln ued, "some time ngo I was going to bed In thu morning and some one saldt 'Oh, there Is the sun.' Now I was so embarrassed nnd so flustered that I didn't know what to do. For I couldn't very well explain that I wasn't the mid and yet I didn't want to get the credit which was due the sun nnd I didn't want to disappoint folks who thought I wns the sun for the sun hadn't yet como up. The sun wns get' ting up but wasn't hurrying, for there was no real need of hurrying. "Well, somehow or other nnd for some reason or other which I didn't quite understand, I got most fearfully I Just did. You know ernlinrrnssed. how sometimes you will. It was a compliment, I know, to be taken for Mr. Sun, but nt the same time It did tmbarrnss me. "I wns so flustered because I couldn't explain and so for that rea son I got very red In theface. Then I heard some folks say: 'Why, It Isn't 1 Mrs. John T. Prutt, newly eloUeu .ice president ways euu of the Hepubllcuii national committee means committee with headquarters In Chicago. 2 'Pageant at .Southampton, England, In celebration of the JHKMh anniversary of tho sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers. 3 Somij of the soldiers of Governor Cantu of Lower California swearing allegiance to their state flag. NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS France Acts Independently Great Britain in the Complication. Russo-Polis- of h heirs! The Mystical" Body. Next, Jews nnd Rentlles nre to be "fellow members of the body" (It. V.) No Old Testntment saint ever dreamed of such n thing as Is here set forth. Christ Is now risen, the glorified Head of tho Church. Rollovers are members of his mystical liody. As lolned to tho Hind, thOy draw life fiotn him as do the branches from Olivine. Rut they are nlo Joined to one another as feljow members of the body In a union such ns the world lm rw or drtsanicil of. This has been "I Cot Most Fearfully Embarrassed." brought about by tho Spirit given at Petal croat: "For by ono Spirit are we tho sun at nil; It Is the moon, nnd see all hapttaed Into one body, wuotlmr wo what n gorgeous, glorious ml faco he ho Jews or Reniiloy, whether we bo has.' bond or free; ami have been nil made ( "Well, then I was so flustered by the to drink of one Spirit (I Cor. 12:13). sudden prulso that I got redder and Just as we manifest ourselves through redder. That 'wns at tho beginning of our Imdles, so Christ will, even In the tho senson and now folks love onco ages to come, manifest hlmelf through in n while to sec a red moon. Usually tlk- ehureh. which U his body. I'm ouly red In the early moratng hut Finally. Jews and Rentlles are now for n reason I wanted to give folks a s of the promise in treat In tho evening. "You see, so many people hnvo been ChrNt Jesus through the gospel !" The ,.Iew s expected to be bleaced un- hnvltig their holidays and now their der the Messiah; hero It Is made clear lolldays are aver, so I wanted to look we are now blessed "In Christ," In vi- my best for them, ns they wore going tal union with him. Moreover, the lock to their work. "Then there nro n great mnuy peoIs different from pronilxelii the such usomlses made to Abraham as ple who only have tho end of tho week that he should nosseaa the gate of hla for rest aud I thought I'd make It very enemies. What the final fulfilment of lovely for them. You quite undorstnnd the promise In the gospel shall mean, how I'd want to do that, don't you?" "I do," said the Queen of the FnlrloK. who cnu Imagine? No wonder Paul was elated, yet "It's a lovely ldon." "And It seems funny t,o think that humbled, that the apostleahlp of this mystery was committed to him, "leas from the time I wag embarrassed nnd than the utart of all saints," awl that flustered I have been nble to do such n thing as to pleo.se people by having a he talks shout "the utisourehable riclien of Christ. No wonder he wishes rel face. "Now It Is no longer embarrassment "to make all men see tfuat Is the felNo, tho lowship (It. V., dispensation) of the or because I nm flustered. mystery." And, anally, he tells its that time when I folt llko that wns n long, I ho purpose of maklug known Rail's long time ngo. Now everything Is woodrous ileallng with men lu the line, perfectly fine, and I'm ns happy church lu this dispensation Is "that rs happy enn bo thnt I can do something like this to mnko folks pleased now unto the principalities aud lowers In heavenly places might be made at the things thoy see. "And tonight tho clouds nro all knowu by the church the manifold holplng me look their best. The sun Rod" (v. 10). wisdom of went to bed most gloriously nnd left Such a gospel Is worth suffering; for behfnd nil tho fairies which fly about aud the uisistle concludes: "Where between sunset and moonlight. There fore I desire that ye faint not at my nre tho blue nnd silver-clou- d fairies for you, which Is your nnd there nro tho tribulations fairies who (v. 18). glory" wear such glowing red frocks and Po we appreciate with him "the ' wings. mystery?" Do we know "the "Tho grass Is blowing nnd waving Veil may we and singing. of C'hrUt?" able riches All of tho Insects and liy to heart a story thus related by little creatures nro chirping nnd buz"May It be with us zing aud singing, too. All of the colon IUahop Moule: soutewlial as It was, a hundred years nro very clenr and very beautiful. ago and tuore. with Dr. William Even the thirty-nincows In yonder vicar of Ilelmsloy, In Yorkshire. field nro looking their best and wading I&ruost, ronstHeutlous, but as yet spir- In tho brook to mako themsolves feel itually uullluuilnated. he tolrod among fresher. his parishioners with vast diligence. "Tho yellow lilies along tho road hut always Inwardly disappointed. Oue end' in tho gardens I'm looking upon day, rending his Illlile, ho lit upon nro such nn addition, too, to the those words, Tho uukoorchnblo rlclios beauty. "Hut I am up hero so all can see me of Christ.' They fctrnek him with u profound surprh-- ami a strange mis- end enjoy my red fuce." giving; could Christ, who hud. seemed Forgetful Sailors, to htm hitherto u Figure la his theology so iiugtist yet so Intelligible, mi Small Lulu Why nro sailors so forfamiliar, bo tho Christ of these words? getful, papn? Pupa I didn't know they were. dear. Aud he did. not rest until he hud found Small Luln Then why do they have him Indeed In thu glory of his mlvti-tloand had felt life truusllgurcd In to weigh un anchor every tluio they tart ou a voyage? his light." j j i "fellow-partaker- goll errle for V. C1.1t-r)- lo Ip. Ood's Unstinted Gift to Solomon . ih'e speech plenned the IinL Tin. Lord Is always pleased when we before Mm In such phi. i iiurM-lvattitude. Hotomon got more than he asked for. lleeauso he put wisdom flrf, liiid saw that he could be trusted w illi material good. nlao. Christ tnn-l- il he yame thing when he suld. e first the kingdom of (iod "Seek nml his righteousness; and nil these thing hiill be added nolo you." tie that puts Roil and Matt. i):H.'t. hflrlttml thing Hint In time aud Importance can bo trusted with temporal things. That which Ood promised lilin above whnt he asked whs rlchc. honor and length of days. All who feel the luck of wisdom can go to Ood Rod with confidence (James 1:8). blessed Solomon with a slugularly comprehensive mind (I Kings I:a0-llie wits a botanist, aooloaikt, architect, poet, and a moral philosopher. When we ask what Rod wills, wu fchull surely got what wo nsk. Sol o I ). red-glo- i ilnmo-colore- d A Con-yur- e To Cheer Thee on Thy Way. Neither hurrying nor slackening, bul sure of thy groat nnd glorious destiny, walk thou; mid presently all around thou shnlt thou see thu slmllltudu of him who thou seelywt: Ho shall send a multitude of messengers In advance to cheer thee on thy way. Edwlird Curpcntcr. Common Sense. Common sense Is, of all kinds, the roost uncommon. It IntplH'S good Judgment, sound discretion and true aud practical wisdom. Tyrou L'dwnrd e n, The British pnrlloment has passed nnd the king has approved the new Irish coercion bill. The debate In tho house of commons wns bitter. Very optimistic persons think the law will restore order In Ireland. PROMISES AID TO WRANGEL Much Interest nnd some excitement were cnused by tho British government's course In dealing with the visit America to Use "All Available Means" of Archbishop Mnnnlx of Austrnlln, to Preserve Poland's Independence tlie warm advocate of free Ireland, Resistance to Red Armies Inwho spent some weeks In the United creasing Express Workers States. He Intended to land In Get Wage Increase. but government agents removed htm from the Hirer tnd put him ashoro By EDWARD W. PICKARD. nt Penznnce under technical arrest, IIo The United States will employ "all proceeded to London, but his movenvnllablo mentis" to snfegunrd the Inments were restricted by orders. lie dependence nnd territorial Integrity of received Invitations to nddress meetPoland, nnd will not recognize the ings In many places In England, Scotsoviet government of Itussln. land and Ireland. Tho treatment of The French government has recog-nlzt- j the nrchhlshop looks, nt this distance, the Wrongel government of like n hnrncterlstlc bit of British "muddling," but probably the governsouthern ItusIu and will give It military n id ngalnst tho bolshevlkl; nnd Knmeneff outlined the armistice ment knew what It was about. To nn the French representatives In London terms the soviet wns offering Poland, Interviewer the churchmnn snld what have been Instructed to break off nil and in some respects they were he wanted wns to see England get out They Included, however, de- of Ireland, intimating thnt the latter relations with Krnssln and Knmeneff. the soviet trnde commissioners there. mobilization of the Polish nrray with- as an independent country would bo though in one month nnd tho demobilization no more the enemy of Great Britnin Tho Itrltls.li government, somewhat dismayed by the American of all war Industries. Another clause thnt It is now. nnd French announcements nnd the demanded thnt the families of nil Pol nppnrent Another big wage Increase award break with France, still Ish citizens killed, wounded or llicn Ihipes and believes n pence enn be ne- pncltuted In the wnr shnll be given was made lost week by the United gotiated between Ilussln and Polnnd. land free. This wns looked on ns n States Railway lnbor board, tho emThe Itussmns persisting In their re- part of the plan to estnhllsh soviet ployees' of the American Hallway Exfusal to permit medlntlon by nny third rule In Polnnd. press company being the beneficiaries party, sent n delegation to Minsk to The encircling movement of tho this time. They were granted a flat meet tho Poles, ond continued their soviet nrmles cnrrled them across, the Increase of 10 cents nn hour nnd tho elrellns movement designed to cap- Wnrsaw-Danzlrailway and down total will amount to $30,550,145 n ture Warsnw. toward tho Vistula from tho north, year. Tho heads of the four unions The Poles sent representatives to Hut the other rail lino to Danzig, nffected nppeared well satisfied with Minsk to talk armistice, and, hnvlng .through Thorn, seemed snfo for the the award. ran withdrawn In good order from their present. The Polish forces were be Tho railway rnto advanced positions, established two ing concentrated nnd regrouped, nnd against n snng In Illinois when tho lines ' of defense before Warsaw and a competent observer, formerly In the stnte public utilities commission ruled nre'sired for an estenslvo counter Amerlcnn nrmy, declnrcd that though that the 2'cent passenger faro In tho stroke. the Polish position was serious It was stnte was restored by the passing of In the lineup of the powers, Itnly not desperate. Tho stories of panic the wartime transportation net; destands with Rreat Hrltnln, nnd France nnd. complete loss of morale ho said nied applications for Increases to 3.0 counts on Uio support of tho United were false, nnd wero the result of n cents per mile, for Increased surcharges propaganda by the enemies of Polnnd, on Pullman nnd parlor car fares, States. Germany maintains nn osten-lbineutrality while hoping for tho Tho spirit of the Polish people wns for Increase of trommutntlon rates and crushing of Poland, belloving tho still high, ho asserted, nnd men nnd for Increased milk rotes; nnd denied Polish adventure was Instigated nnd women in largo numbers wero volun. nppllcntlon for 40 por cent Increase In teorlng In nil classes of wnr service, freight rates, granting a temporary dlrectod by Franco. Sueh Is the summary of conditions, Increase of 33 jjer cent. A correspondent who has Just com. on tho dny of wrltlug. in the biggest ploted tho trip from Vladivostok to of (he wars that nre still going on. Franklin Roosevelt was formally Flnlaud suys that from ono end of notified Monday of his nomination for President Wilson's statement of Itusala to tho other Is heard the cry tho vice presidency by the Democrats, America's position was made to Italy. for food and clothing, and Nikolai and two days later opened tho DemoIn It he suggested that the conflict Lenlne himself Is snld to have admit- - cratic campaign In Chicago with a might ho ended hy thof vithdrawnl of ted that tho Russian people cannot speech In which he made n special all IIUMian forces from Poland and pass through nnother winter llko the plan for the support of tho old Bull Moose element. Both In this address the withdrawal of all allied troops last. Ou Wednesday tho soviet govern and In bis speech of acceptance ho exfrom ethnographic Itussln, together mcut signed a provisional penco treaty hibited n spirit of with assurances hy the allied noil aswon commendation. sociated powers tlmt Itussln' will not with Luvin and ngreed with Finland Governor These ar Cox began his speaking tour the latter tHawombered. He urged that any upou armistice conditions. rangements will mnko more dllllcult part of tho week. dtwillasa with the soviet regime bo tho tnalntennnco of n blockade, of Itus d The" front porch campaign plans for within "the most narrow ip which the discussion of an sln by tho allies If thnt course Senator Harding have not been arrauHtee can be couflned," and scored found necessary. changed, but the Republican lenders the aortot government as thnt Tf n will make extensive use of "publicity" In Persia tho reds hnvo withdrawn tyrannical and dishonorable minority news stories, ndvertlslug nnd tho from En tell aud some other plaeos bo-- movie. It was exported that Harding whoa aaaurattcvH and guarantees are or lack of supplies, hut thoy would soon declare himself as to practically worthless. In asking thnt eatum have established headquarters of a what kind of n League of Nations Just the true boundaries of Itussln bo re ho spected, the note specified that thooe Persian soviet republic nt Ardohil, a thinks would be acceptable to tho little mouth of the Caspian. The old American people, for Ue does not wish hourMMrlfti should not include Finremains at Tohorau. the nation to bellero thnt becauso ho land, ethnic Poland or such territory government a may hy agreement form n part of though Its flight has bean rumored re Is against the Wilson league, ho Is Die Armenian state. Just whnt tho peatedly. against any league. Greece continues to Incronio hor I a. !! t meant by "all avallahlo Tho prohibition nominees, Wntkins In Asln Minor nml has captured means' In promising nld to Poland forces and Colvln, both delivered thoir acMUtie moro strategic positions. Kemal ceptance speeches at Gormantown, O., was not made clear, but It wns ns sunied, both by government olllclals Pasha, howover. hns not quit by nny nnd plans woro mndo to enrry on a nnd-litlio representatives of Poland means nnd roeent dispatches say 15.- - vigorous cntupalgn, largely by airIn Washington, that the phrase did 000 Tartnrs are on tho wny to Join his plane. not Include thu dispatch of troops. nationalist troops for n great offensive against tho Greoks, probably on tho 1'ilnee Luhouilrskl, the Polish minisCharles I'nnil Af Itneton. i nA can. biuyrnn front. According to nn agree ter, did not nsk for armed assistance, satlonnl operations In International ment betweon Itnly nnd Greece the postal coupons attracted tho nttention hut mild the noed of his countrymen wiih for food, clothing, arms nnd other Dodocnuosus has been transferred to of tho authorities, catno to grief, at war munitions, Those, ho added, are GreU sovereignty except Hhodes. least temporarily, when n stato bank where n plublsclto will bo held some exnmlnor closed tho Hanover Tm.i needed Immediately aud Imperatively. tlmo In the future. company, through which ho. carrleifon A conference of tho Ilrltlsh nnd mucn ot ins nusiness, nnu lie wns arTechnically tho world war came to reted on n stnto larceny chnrire. Th French premiers was held nt Hytho and. returning to London, Lloyd an end Tuesday, so far ns the allied samo day tho "wizard" admitted ho Reorge told tho house of commons nations aud their opponents are con- had been an Inmnto of prisons nt thnt he still believed In pence. Ho cerned. On that day tho last, of the In Canada. Ponzl has not said Itussln was entitled to strict peaco treaties, that with Turkey, was revealed the exact method hy which guarantees against a repetition of the slgued In Sevres, near Paris. The ho made so much money for his ciiintt s PollslT attack but was not entitled to refused to sign because thu ond himself In a few weeks. Ho destroy Polnnd as a nation; If Itussln trenty provides that tho Ottoman debt he can take care of all his finan acted within those conditions there bo partitioned among former Turkish cial obligations. Ire-Inn- d, d g Inc-en- so o 3 1 con-fine- d boun-darten-lJugo-Slnvts would be no war hy the entente. If the Minsk meeting fulled of results, he declared, tho allies had decided on these lines of action: (1) No action, except to support Polnnd In the struggle for existence; (2) only to give support to the nntlon whk.ii fights Its own struggles; (3) no trilled troops to be sent to Polnnd; (4) the nllles will help to equip he Poles for their own defense: (f) to give military advice nnd guidance; (0) economic pressure to be brought to bear on Itussla; (7) to help Wrangel and nil other counterrevolutionaries; (8) end of trading negotiations. Turning to tlo Itussinn representatives who sat In the gallery, the little Welshman said : "If you want pence, get It now. If you nre out to challenge the liberties of Europe, we will meet you nnd fight to the end." IlrltlMi labor leaders had already warned Lloyd Ceorge there would be n general strike If the nation went to war, hut nt the conclusion of tho premier's speech Mr. Clyne, their chief, declared the luborltes do not fnvor soviet Ideas and methods, nnd thnt If they were convinced the soviet gov-- I eminent wns aggressive, they would be forced to consider supporting the British government. to other states nnd because did not receive Macedonia as she asked. Tho United States did not sign the treaty owing to President Wilson's objection to tho presence of the sultan In Constantinople, the nllocntlon of Thrace and Smyrnn to Greece, and the Asln Minor mandate's. territories allocated Jugo-Slavln East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No eonvfpondrntt Annual FIDDLERS' Meeting AT BEREA, KY. Fifteen "Old Time Fiddlers" will enter n contest for Jackson County Fair BOND ANNVILLE, KY. publlthrj unlfti ilirnnl It not (or publication, but In full br lk writ r. The mm an (Tldenc of rood faith. Write plainly. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to be given in three prizes $50 to First: $30 to Second; $20 to Third Also a prize of $10 will be given to the Fiddler who plays the best tune with nccompnniment. The best "Fiddlers" of the whole country will be present. The public generally is invited to attend this meeting. OUK TRIP THROUGH SON COUNTY (Continued JACK. From Last Week) Last week we began to tell of the trip thnt Mr. Spcnce and the manag-in- p n editor made through the portion of Jackson county in the interest of community Improvement and organization. We now take up the itinerary whore we left off. After spending the night at the Powell home, we started for Long Branch school, stopping on the way for n few minutes with W. R. Bick-ncl- l. He consulted Mr. Spence about a mixture of grass seed which he wished to sow and talked nbout crops and soils. Long Branch school had not been in session long and was a small district, having only twelve families. Miss Anglin, the teacher, nnd the patrons who came showed a good interest nnd an organization was formed with Grover Drew as president nnd Miss. Flora Dean as secretary. Thirty-nin- e were present out of n district population of seventy-sevenorth-western. On we went over rough and rocky roads, following streams and climbing the mountains until wc came to Kerby Knob. After eating dinner with Mr. Powell, we spoke at the school house to sixty persons. As in the other places that we visited, some of the leading citizens of the community were present, nnd a hearty response was given to our talks and an organization was completed. Mr. James Click is the president and Mrs. Mary Sparks is secretary. This place has a good chance to make a record for itself and we believe it will. Next on our schedule came Sinking Valley. The trustee, Mr. Smith, was in the meeting at Kerby Knob and old us that they had no teacher in his school and that they had had no announcement of the meeting that was to be held that night. But Mr. Spence, to whom "there are no Alps," said we'd go and send out word that some might come. We rode along with Mr. Smith until we came to Andrew Isaacs, with whom we took supper and staid all night. At the hour for meeting we found all that had gathered at the schoolhouse was Mr. Smith and Mr. Isaacs and a few from their families and the speakers After waiting awhile we all returned to Mr. Isaacs' and spent an hour or so m talking community organiza tion to those two men. We found none more interested than they and when their teacher comes we are sure they will get lined up and or ganize. Thursday morning at 8:30 we were at Indian Spring. Logan Miller is the teacher there. Thirty-fou- r out of thirty-eigof school age were enrolled. Sherman Stamper was elected president of the organization that was made here, and Flora Has-ssecretary. With a little enthusiastic leadership this district will .come forward. i Next place was Alcorn. On our way we rode behind a load of sheaf oats, which stopped near the school and we found feed for our horse3. "We found out from the driver that the teacher was in Irvine and that he had made no announcement of the meeting. We took dinner with Mrs. Ben Skinner, who also said nothing was known of the meeting. Evidently the teacher was not informed or failed to sec the importance of these meetings, or he would have announced it. At Blanton Flat that afternoon, where school is not in session, wo wero met by four persons, Mr. and Mrs Rose and two children. We hastened on to Drip Rock, nnd arrived there just before dismissal. We wero invited home with the teacher, Mr. Spartmnn. He is a live school mar. and is greatly interested in community improvement. The meeting that night was not so largely at-- j tended as would have been had it not rained. As it was, sevonty-fiv- a No organization was were out. formed here, but one will be under ht el -- The drought has been broken today by n gentle downpour of rain, which was much needed by crops, gardens, nnd pnsturcs. The Pigeon Roost school wns glad to have with them last Mon-- I day Mr. J. M. Feltncr. Prof. Mohn, of Suo Bennett Memorial school, nnd Mr. Aubrey Feltner, nil of London. Mr. Mohn nnd Mr. J. M. Feltncr gave interesting nddresses on rural education and community work, while Mr. Aubrey Feltncr furnished us some splendid music on his cornet. Mrs. Sarah Davidson, of Harrison, 6., and Mrs. Telitha Swinford, of Bcrea, re turned home recently from visiting their mother, Mrs. Mary Purkey. Wm. Steel, who was taken to tho London Hospital about two weeks ngo, died Thursday. His body was brought back to this place and interred at his old home cemetery on Moores Creek, Saturday. He leaves n wife nnd four children. Wo extend sympathy to tho beour heart-fe- lt reaved family. The Eastern Star Chapter was visited Tuesday evening by the Grand Deputy W. M.. Mrs. E. E. Nelson of Williamsburg. Her visit was much enjoyed by all present. Joshua Parret, of Mt. Vernon, la visiting friends and relatives in this school. vicinity. Our schedule now took us to McKee for the night. It was an interesting Carico ride, especially through the country Carico, Aug. 15. Meeting at the that Is being cleared by the Turkey Old Bend schoolhouse next Sunday. Foot Lumber Co. We wonder what The services will be conducted by is going to be the condition of the Bros. Henry Lewis, Thomas Clark and country after the lumber Is gotten J. M Woods; all come. S. It. Roberts out. Certainly there is a community and son, Basil, arc planning to start problem looming that someone will have to solve. At McKee we were greeted by other workers and heard the reports of their visits. We were glad to sej some from the schools that we had visited, II. M. Smith, Stanley Powell and Nelson Hurst. The rain kept the crowd away at this place, but enough were there to organize and there were plenty of speeches. As we said last week in The Citr zen. C8 meetings wwre held in the county, 61 organized, and 5170 persons attended. Mr. Spence and the writer had spoken to about 750 people. We have great hopes for the long-continu- the leadership of this teacher. ThH district will fall in line and make a good record in the contest. Friday morning found us at South Fotk. Wc had met Miss Lainhnrt, the teacher, the night before and expected a good response at this school nnd wc were not disappointed. No grtnter enthusiasm wns manifested anywhere on our whole trip, nnd one of the most nusplcious things occurred here. To Mr. Spence's question, "Who can mnkc your home better?" a little boy seven or eight years old replied, "I cnn." That was the gist of all our speaking. If your home, your farm, your school, your church, your roads, are to be better, you must no it. iour neignuonng district will not do it. We left South Fork feeling good. From here we turned toward Pond schoolhouse. Wc followed South Fork nnd then up the steep mountain slda nnd on the ridge until we came t We met a friend the schoolhouse. that we had mndc nt Drip Rock, Mr. Fowler. He sent a boy to get some onts for our horses nnd took us to the store to get n lunch. A death in the community cut our nttendance, but we gave our messages. The house Is in bad condition here. The teacher told us it had been condemned and another was to be built this fall. We liked the spirit of this teacher. Miss Lillian Lyttle. She is interestet in her school and community, not only for this year, but for next. It Is lamentable how many teachers feel that they will put up with the school where they arc nnd hope to get something better next year. The way to get a better school next year Is to make the one you now have a bettet September 2, 3, 4, 1920 You can't afford to miss this Fair. Come and see the CURTISS AIRPLANE with Cnpt. Brooke at the helm, do all kind of stunts in the air. Take a ride into the heavens. TWO FREE ACTS DAILY The Wild Weit Show and olher Urge aggregations with Two Gaod Bands. Grounds enlarged and arrangements for Best Fair in Kentucky. College Taberiacle, Sat., Aug. 21, 7:30 p. m. Admission 50 Cents Bond Bond Aug 9. Come Earlyl to W. II. Roberts' in Indiana this week. The little son of Mrs. Isane Himes fell out of a tree Saturday and Thousands of Mountain people will attend Be with them! hurt himself very badly. Canning peaches nnd apples is, the order of the dny. Orbin Smith nnd severnl others are hauling coal at Altamont. county. LEE COUNTY W. H. Evans of Mooros Creek was Ilrattvville visiting nt Sam Roberts' Saturday Bcattyville, Aug. 1C The Lee GAItltAKI) COUNTY night. Dula, son of James Colo, had County Teachers' Institute was held White Lick the misfortune to cut his shin White Lfek, Aug. 1C Mrs. Mnr- with nn nx, Inst week. Bro. here last week, attended by the full Henry Lewis preached a vory inter- corns ot teachers, but this county is Cnrot Williams nf Ifnrlnn ontintv .! esting sermon to n large audience short of six teachers needed in tho vlsltiMl linr nnrnnd Mr turnl schools. The Institute was con- Hnrrlson Creech last week. Mr. and Inst Sunday at Flat Top. ducted by Prof. C. D. Lewis, who if Mrs. G. B. Robinson nnd Mr. and one of the ablest instructors in the Mrs. Sherman Robinson visited reESTILL COUNTY state. Sam Hurst, who was enndi-dnt- e latives in Ohio, week before last -SLocust Branch for the nomination of Circuit herman Robinson purchased a farm Locust Branch, Aug. 1C. Good Judge in this the 23 Judicial District, while there. Tholma, tho llttlo rains have fallen and corn nnd tobacco caused by the death of Judge J. I daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison are looking fine. Rev. Wilson Azbill Adams, ran against W. L. Kash. of (Continued on Page Six) did not come to hold the big revival Jackson, and was nominated bv nt Beaver Pond, the 14th. Mr. and twenty-si- x votes; he Is one of tho HELP FOR Mrs. John Campbell wero the guests Iwst lawyers in eastern Kentucky. If your eyes nro weak, or you aro of Mr. nnd Mrs. CIny Wilson Sun-dn- R. S. Crowe, editor of the Bcatty becoming blind or have granulated Mr. and Mrs. Jeff French nnd ville Enterprise, wns visiting rclntivos cyo-Iitho United States Public family were visitors nt James in Virginia for the last two weeks. Henlth Service with tho help of tho French's yesterday and nttended meet- Tho output of oil from this county Jackson county Rod Cross Chapter, ing nt Knob Lick. Rev. C. C. Isaacs for the Inst thirty days was 437,000 Invites you, grown peoplo and chilfilled his regular appointment nt barrels. This was nbout twenty bnr-re- dren, rich and poor, to go to McK4 Knob Lick, Saturday night and Sunless thnn thc production last Tuesday, August 24 to Friday, Augday. Mrs. George Ann returned winter. This means nn income to tho ust 27. Frco examination and freo home last week after a two weeks' county of about $10,000 per month. treatment will bo given by a ilcflled visit at her son's near Richmond. Our County Agent, T. II. Jones, hni eyo doctor. This is a splendid opMr. and Mrs. Mainous French are ben very busy the last two weeks portunity for all to find visiting his relatives. Our teacher vnccinnting hogs, doing demonstrabut what Is tho matter and tret relief. attended the institute last week. tion work in regard to farming. If you arts suffering, this is yonr Garrett Adams is visiting Jeff French. Work will begin on tho State road best chance to get help, or if you Rev. Hobart Richardson went to from here to Irvine, within the next know of someono who Is suffering, It Berca Saturday on business. Emory twenty days. The Lee County Board will bo a kindness to urge him to go. Bicknell accompanied his sister to Ir- of Education has just completed Remember, the Government and th vine Saturday. three new school buildings in this Red Cross are doing tho work. very-badl- r. y. ls good accomplished. JACKSON COUNTY McKee -- McKee, Aug. 16. School at tho McKee Academy will open the 18th, with Miss Muilenberg as principal and Misses Pas and Vamere assist ants. Mrs. Sophia Daley from Paris is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mary Davis. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cornet, the 14th, a fine girl. Mrs. K. Sparks was called last Friday to Kerby Knob to attend the funeral oAijustmentliws SUvertown Cords Booo Miles Fabric Tires booo Mies of her little granddaughter, Hester Powell, who was burned to death by falling into a kettle of soap. She lived only a few hours. Little Hester was a sweet ana lovamc cnuu anu she made many friends while visiting her grandparents at this place. She was four years old and tho only child, the other one having died a year ago. The parents have the sympathy of their friends in McKee in tho loss of their little girl. Supt. H. F. Minter and tho Truant Officer, Osiar Cornelius, attended an Educa tional meeting in Lexington last week. Lloyd Lewcllyn and Harry Collier visited friends at Tyner last weak. All arrangements have been mado for the eye clinic which will be held in McKee the 24th to 27th. Mrs. Effie Hays is visiting her parents," Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Goochland. A boy made his arrival at tho homo of Mrs. Sam Glenn last week. He has been named Warren Harding. odrich Tires A Goodrich Tire is one necessity sold at less than pre war prices Goodrich Tires cost 15 to 7.0 and give far greater service. less than they did in ICjIO Potts' GOLD DUST Hour is made of best wheat and by most unproved methods SOLD BY BEST BY TEST Ptoie 156-- 3 For Sale By All Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON BEREA MOTORS COMPANY BEREA, KENTUCKY Whltei Station, Ky.