You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): March 13, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919031301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): March 13, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I'ltES UENT I 'S OFFIt.E 13 Ell EA COLLEfrE BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, Editor-ln-Ch- Kntmd nt ttit ttilaJKr at limn, (.. fond thut vmtrr Art nf Atarrti, l7$, fublukrd A.Yry Thurtday at lltrta, Ky. nail-mnllr-r, Vol. XX. Flvo Cents Per Copy. Devoted to the Interests Kentucky News Secretary of War Baker, accompanied liy three other ofllcinls, will visit Camp Zarhary Taylor March 'M and will leave Ihn following day, according to olllclal Information received nt Camp Headquarters. The Citizen off tlie :M!oTarrtari U. S. News HEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAItCH 13, 1910. Fecyple Knowledgo Is Powor and tho way to keep up with modern Knowledgo Is to read a good Newspaper. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Por Year. No. 37. "With the Advice of the Senate" assured thing, and naturally concerned that it seems likely to be blocked in the Senate. While we blame some senators for seeming '"bumptiousness" in the matter we do wish that President Wilson could consider the rights and feelings of other people a little more. The constitution gives him the duty of effecting treaties "with the advice and consent of the Senate." Lest the President run away on his own responsibility it requires that he secure concurrence of more than a bare majority. He must get two thirds. Wc are nil anxious to have the Leniic of Nations an TO FEED HUNS World News Within the past year 0,000 AmeriAfter effort FOR SHIPPING planning considerable probable nnd cans in France have married French it seems that women) according lo tho Petit France and Spain will bo connected by n railroad line, crossing tho Journal. Tin; liintus, for the most part, fays the newspaper, were Peace Council Agrees to Pro- mountain harrier of the Pyrenees. country girls or employes of town A tunnel is to pierce the mountain vide Food When Enemy Turns (.slablishmenls. and mako the connection complete. Over Vessels. All districts of the Kentucky Thee countries have many interests petroleum Held nro reporting InIn common and trade interests will Slepd to have tho Supremo Court creased activity, with new Mrikcs determine whether Postmatcr Genbo much stimulated by this plcco of appearing in counties that have eral Hurleson has authority to tlx FOE TO PAY IN COAL, ETC. construction. shown no activity previously for telephone rates within tho States years. Development work is cen- were taken yesterday with thn Ming Italians End Blockade of Now why could he not have remembered this, and The Constitution of tho Leaguo of tering around Leo county, whlcn of a motion by tho Stato of Kansas and Food Shipments Are Renewed Nations Is n subject of much inlcr.-I'-st planned to get the Senate's advice as well as its consent. remains one of the most lively fields asking permission lo institute origiUnited States Denies in all countries nt this timo ani If he would invite some senators of both parties to in the country, hut late results In nal proceedings in tho court against Threat to Rome. especially in the United Stales. confer with him, and not merely listen to him, or if he eastern and western counties indi- the Postmaster General. President Wilson has mado strong cate thai the trade is drawing away Paris, March 10. IIntrnnsgennt speeches in Us would have a committee of senators attend the deliberabehalf as well as predicts that the first plenary confercourt-marti- al congested points and seeking from DescribitiK certain tions in Paris, he would lose nothing and gain much. TafL Senators Lodge, ence with the German delegates will entirely new Holds. sentences fii the American army as This great forward step ought lo be taken with general the end Knew and Dcvcrago havo spoken "things that make Holshevikl of our be held In Versailles beforeconference in opposition to good feeling. He will have credit enough even if I19 tho plan as outof this month. The general A civic betterment idea involving young men," United Slates Senator will tnko up ratification of the prelimilined in tho allows some other folks to participate a bit. "There is ronununily houses In provide place Gporge E. Chamberlain, chairman of nary peace March 15. the newspaper discussion is Constitution. A full desirable nnd will glory enough to go around." of recreation for thn men of tho the Senate Committee on Military forecasts, and the Ocrmnn plenipotenti- doubtless bring out points in which oily, and the women ns well, hut. Affairs, sharply criticised court- - aries will he called In for nn Informal the "plan may be Improved. March 20. nfter primarily places lo which the ordi- martial vrocedure in an address conference about nary workingman will ho attracted before the United Waist League of which the plenary conference wlli Some anxiety has been caused held. when the saloons close on .Inly I, America in Now York City. We don't suppose Citizen readers drink. But we all among the allied nations by the wag presented before tho Transpor-tatio- nr Paris, March 10. An offlelti! note nction have friends that do. Club of Louisville at a noonSolicitor General Lamar, of the Rays that the statement appearing la troops of Italy in Dalmntin. Italian have undertaken to occupy Now is the time in the most friendly way to encour-og- e day meeting recently nt tho Tyler Post-pfllDepartment, has submit- the press elves the Impression that the all drinking men to quit. Hotel, in an address made by Prof. ted a memorandum to tho Senate breaking off of negotiations nt Spa be- this territory which s in dispute between Italy and the newly formed It. P. Halleok. Propaganda Committee stating lha' tween the allied and German missions Jugo-SIavMost of chem in their hearts want to quit. And now ic state. The feeling has the I. W. W. anarchists, Socialists wn.s due to the Initiative of the French that the sale of liquor is to be illegal they will have the come to bo strong that' fighting delegation. Important developments are ex- and others were "perfecting an best chance in the world to swear olT. This Is untrue, the note says. The might start should and provocapected in the coming race for the amalgamation with one object the allied delegntcs are under the chairLet us all try to influence our drinking neighbors to Tho Supremo War Democratic nomination for Gover- overthrow of the Government of the manship of Admiral Hope of the Urit-is- b tion arise. Council havo warned Italy not to take the right stand, and not plan to try to evade the nor of Kentucky. United Slates by means of a bloody agreement thoy de- go navy, and by loo far and her troops may bo law, but to take advantage of'the law and get free from General Percy Haly is expected revolution and the establishment of cided to return to Pnris to report to displaced and those of other nato declare himself a candidate or a Holshevikl republic." an expensive, enslaving habit. Mr. Lamar their respective governments. The council of the great powers tions put in their places. to announce his preference among said his "conclusion wn based upon took nctlon Friday toward relieving the Democratic candidates. information contained in seized mail the situation created by the InterrupThe report of Mr. Francis, tho of the fact that he is said to matter. tion of the negotiations nt Spa con- American ambassador of the Uniled League of Nations Mr. Lodge p. Morrow, of bcliovo that I'd win German ships cerning the taking of Slates to Russia, marje before tho Somerset, already assured of the Plans for organization of an in- nnd supplying Germany with food. Senato Committco does not givo an Prof. J. R. Robortson Republican nomination, is not so ternational Red !ross to he led by Huns May Pay In Products. strong with the people as ho was the American IU-- Cross in a groat between David encouraging picture of tho situation. At n conference Friends of tho League of Nations jection to discussion of the articles four years ago. General Haly is said peacetime campo'gn to prevent dis Moyd George, the IJrltlsh premier; M. It sols forth the danger of German are naturally much oxorolsed over of the League as proposed or of tho to be seriously considering reach- ease, reli,v suffering, and make Clemencenu, the French prime minis- control in Russia and maintains that the attitude of members of the League itself. It will do good and ing fur Ihr crown himself. the world what the war was fought ter, and B. M. House of the American Lenine, now in power in Russia, is delegation a resolution drawn and always has been a tool of Gerl ulled States Senate ns indicated doubtless lead to improvements. for a better pufcc to livo in, were pence Cecil, member of many. by recent speeches nnd by the Tho wonder, however, is that Mr. Moreover, somo suspicion Secretary of War Haker notified outlined by Dr. Livingston Farran I, up by Lord Robert commission, wns tentamust attach to the offer by Hindcn-bur- g signing of a round robin, by thirty-nin- e Lodge should havo taken tho lead Major Henry Rhodes, chief of the niwly npi'iintel chairman of '.ho the British approved for adjusting tho aftively members of that body. of his services to his country in what appears to bo tho opposi- Selective Service Department, that central conirr idee of tho Amcr'ran fair. The attitude of Senator Lodgo in tion. His line of argument is cor- - the work of the draft hoards of this Red Cros, at a conference of AtlanThis provides that on the delivery in tho preservation of the eastern particular dcrrvrs meution-lxcatistnlnly conservative. inbe - extrejnc. fstntf,.nm!,l - npwrornppt,.( ,,y ivtarjci, ta" dmsion chapter delegates xirr ot ships the. oUle,s shall undertake' to frontier from n Bolshevik! invasion of Ins prominent position as n leader ii seems 10 1110 wmor uiui 11 wumu 31. That means Hint tho organizn March 8. About 1,500 delegates revlctunl tho Germnns until the next of Germany. harvest, payment being mado In coal, and because of his reputation for have prevented tho formation of tho lion must be discontinued nut later were present. potatoes, nitrates and other products England and Franco aro differing ability and scholarship. Tho pur- American Confederation in 1781 and (Continued on Pige mil (Continued on Pbo Fire) which Germany has nnd the allies ffrfatly over the attitude that should pose of this article is not so much the adoption of the Constitution in want. to make an analysis of Mr. Lodge's I7H7. The argument does not sound toward Germany. Tho former On motion of Robert Lansing of the exist argument as In make an analysis like tho Mr. Lodge of recent years. American delegation the council re- believes that it will ho necessary of senator Lodge, himself. It is not what the people of tho ferred the question concerning Ger to make it possible for Germany V one ran possibly havo any ob (Continued on roe Seien) man cables to n ypeclnl committee to to secure food, raw products and examine Into the legal phases of their possibly credits in order that she pelzure, nnd particularly the effect of may becomo turn for mining nnd railroad concesand cases before prize courts. OF sions. And, nt Unit, It might be done. to hear tho hard terms that tho terms of the nblo Military and nnvnl peace treaty must place on her. peaco treaty nro still under discussion. The Irish question pestered the Mr. Lloyd Georco brought forward n France, on tho other hand, is still CURRENT president almost to tho hour of his deproposal for reducing the German army afraid of tho power of Germany and parture. The bouse before adjourning much below the 200,000 men prevl-ousl- disposed lo retard her recovery. adopted a resolution nsklng the peace proposed, nnd It wns tentatively decision on this matter must soon conference to recognize the right of approved. Most of tho present Ocrmnn lenders bo reached as there aro signs of unIreland to self determination; nnd n nro still ncnln't nay concessions lo big delegation of Americans of Irish End Blockade of rest among tho peoplo of Germany. the (leinnnils of tlie Poles ns to the blood wnlted on Mr. Wilson In New The council tool; final action on food eastern frontier, nntl the nllles' mensures for Ilohemla and other relief York to urge that ho support that Tho process of reconstruction has now In session nt Kreuz on the proposition. He refused to meet them sections of Austria, which hnve been closing of the fron- advanced tho farthest in Mesot UrnnilcnbiirK l'oM'n border, lins n Interrupted by the until Justice Cohnlnn of New York hnd potamia of any section involved in question to settle. Field Marshal withdrawn, that Individual having been tier by the Italians. was named on which tho war. Since tho power of tho von Hliidrnhurg Is quoted ns saying n reused of taking part In Sinn Fein A committee Hint the territory In dispute never will conspiracies and having been a defendDr. Silvio Crespl. the Italian food anil Turk has been overturned tho Engbe held by the Poles, but will belong er of Jeremiah O'I.enry who wns transportation minister, will be mem- lish havo dug out many of tho old to either the Gentians or the bolshe-Tik- i. charged with obstructing the draft. ber, with Herbert Hoover, director irrigation canals and restored Jto He deelnret) the nnnrrhlst hordes What the president told tho delegation W. J. HUDSPETH uenernl of the Interallied relief organ- fertility hundreds of thousands of ennnot be benten off unless the people was not mndo public. ization nnd Loril Robert Cecil. Minister there rally to the defense of their The committee reported Immediate- acres of land. This part of tho old homes nnd their families, While her conquerors nre kettllng ly, approving plans by which Mr world is immensely fertile when Hoover can take charge of the relief watered nnd will, tho coming year, her boundaries and future relations measures. These provide for the re- add to tho world's food supply. Not The silled forces In northern Russia with tho rest of the world. Germany Is warding of 3.000 tons of necessaries sinco tho days of Nebuchadnezzar enjoying a full mcusuro of tho nnarchy have retired somewhnt before the dally by way of Flume nail Trieste to has there been tho prospect of such of the soviet troops, but hnve and civil strife that she wished on nil parts of Austria. Inflicted grent losses on them, Trotsky Russia. The disturbance In Ilavarla productiveness. The plan will start Immediately and Is Retting his hi? army moro organized which resulted In the murder of Preas 80,000 tons of food aro on the mier Klsucr and others by reactionnnd Is reported to bo planning to drive Belgium is feeling tho impulse docks at Flume awaiting movement. It through Ilessurnliln nnd Into Roumiinln aries was quelled by vigorous measof a new llfo sinco tho war and Is expected rapidly to relieve the government, and and Hungary, with the expectation of ures adopted by tho As. Dr. Crespl Joined In the there uro Indications that sho is rnpturlng lludnpest. The most nmnz-la- the latter fell more than ever Into tho favorable report. It Is assumed that aspiring to becomo a nation on story coming from Russln recently hands of tho radicals. In Saxony a Italy wholly approves It. d Is Hint the soviet government hopes to new revolt wus started by the equal terms with tho others, of At the request of the Italian dele- Europe. This should mean that1 tho on Ttg FIT) nrrnnue n big loan In America In re an gates It was decided to appoint Interallied commission to Inquire Into condition of neutralization under CONTENTS Are you reading tho serial story1' recent incidents at I.nlbach, Croatia. which sho had lived sinco 1830 It Is great. Start this week. would ho removed and sho could Deny Threat to Italy. March 10. The state de- then do as any of her neighbors do. Washington. Our advertisements llguro largely PAGE 1. partment denied nny knowledge of n It is her plea that neutrality has Editorials: With the week, and nro of a worth-whl- h report that the United States hnd Is- been a, failure in her enso and only of tho Senato; Your Drink- this sued a warning to Italy that food led to her downfall. character. Head them. ing Friends. World Nows; H shipments to that country would bo U. S. flow's; Stato News. Mr. cut off If Italy does not lift tho block-ad- o Tho CiUzen is Heroa'a local paper, Lord Reading, tho English Lodge nnd tho Long 110 of NaConfirmangalnst to tho United States, has and is worth tho price, Havo you tions. tho report was lacking at the tion of rn renewed your subscription? embassy, and ulso at tho food announced that ho must soon Italian PAfJE 2. School News. Soldier? ' to his former duties as Chief No such nctlon, stato administration. II. GORDON BENNETT R. PAUL ARNOLD Loltors. There are usually two classes of department olllclals said, had been Justice of England. Ho has expressEvangelist Singer peoplo in every community lifters taken by them, adding that any In- ed his appreciation of his relations PAGE 3. Welch's Full Pago you Several persons have expressed a formation on the subject would havo with our country and tho warmest revival services in tho ChrisTho and loafers. Which class aro feeling toward our President nnd tian church are well attended at desire to unite with tho church, to originate In Purls. in? each service, and tho spiritual in- during Ihevpast week. Tho services his efforts to direct world problems PAGE 4. Locals nnd Advertisebegin at 7:30 each night to which toward a higher plane. It Is sugThink n minute. Our merchants terest is deepening. Significant. ments. Evuugellst Heunett has had wide tho public uro cordially invited. gested that his successor will bo nro helping to keep up our town. "Do you know, George," remarked On Friday night tho subject will Mrs. Hay, "I should say the Drowns' tho present Minister of Education, They carry good lines of goods. experience in tho evangelislio Held, PAGE 5. Hoy Scout Scheme and is a faithful preacher of the he. "The Rights of tho Hoy and marriage wus an Ideal one. I couldn't Mr. Fisher. Lot's do our trading at homo. Business Men Moot. gospel. His Hilda expositions ring Girl," a niossngo which all fathers help but notice It tonight. Really, there PAGE-Farm Nows and General John 11. Gough was onco asked helps tho truo, and should result in an and mothers should hear On Sat- wasn't one word of disagreement. I Local advertisement Items. they both think absolutely alike." whether alcohol was a food or a merchant, tho customer, the nows-pape- r, abundant spiritual harvest. Hfs co- urday evening an Illustrated lecture "They aro a charming couplo, my mediclno. Ills answer was; "It is worker, Mr. Arnold, is a cnpablo will ho given, intuispcrsed with and is a general, PAGE 7. Sorial Story. Sunday, perfectly charming," bald her sitting down on a powerful singer and lendor. His gospel songs. Evangelist Dennett dear, and boost. school Lesson. husband, "but as to their thinking very much liko Get In tho game. You havo the work in tho Bcrvlco of song is a will preach at tho Glades church alike, Madge, did you notice that bhe hornet's nest stimulating, but not nourishing." PAGE 8. largo factor in tho meetings. Eastern Kentucky News. goods. Tell us about them. Sunday at 2:30 p. in. ulways thought first?" Jugo-Slavla Your Drinking Friends ce He-cau- se and the o - Christian Church Revival NEWS REVIEW ng EVENTS y Jugo-Slav- com-missi- dltll-cul- 11 , g Sparta-(Continue- Ad-vl- co l. 5HhlLL9 lLLLLLB MBBHMHMBpj Jugo-Slavl- ro-tu- 6. nd PflRO Two THE CITIZEN Mnrolt 1.1, 1010. School News from Various Departments gnisod -- the negro rolo being preCOUNTRY HOME ENTERTAINMENT The Country Home girls of llio dominant. Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters CANADIANS RIOT The following teller was wrllleu mothers' prayers could not bo ansby John Riloy Jones to his mother, wered Hint had a son In France. GAMP IN The parly ended with the serving and we publish it at her request, to Some had lo fall on the battle Held. Fnitiulnlinu School entertained i bo read by his many friends and And every one had a mother or number of friends Tuesday even- rtf delicious refreshment. relatives. loved ones" to look for their return-ing Mnrrh , with a social lasting ing. And each mother bad a From Eight to 27 Persons Killed from 0:15 lo.8:00 o'clock. PI TACKEV PARTY (Rainbow), 12,2."2. France,' Feb; 10, 0 0. mother's love. And in many cases enThere worn fourlpcn guests pros-pu- t, The Pi Hpsilon Pi girls were In Mutiny Troops Want Thirty-thir(Illinois), 7,800. proven that n boy's lasl enjoyable tertained by n lackey parly la3l My dear mother: it has been mill all rpport a most (Ohio), 4flttS. Thirty-seventto Go Home. As I think of loved ones back in thoughts were of mother, for Just limp. Saturday evening at the homo of Seventieth (regular), 1,510. the 1'. S. A. my llrst thought are lipforo going Into baltlo and over (negro National army), Ninety-secontho Rev. C. S. Knight. I havo failed the top that a little note would he CHAPEL NEWS 1,3! !l. A strong Imagination would be of you, mother dear. Blghty-clght(North Dakota, Minrequired lo gel a mental picture, some in my duty to wrlk to you, parpfully placed In a pocket, ad- MUCH PROPERTY IS DAMAGED Main Chapel nesota, Iowa and West Illinois), 03. of the tunny laclful ways In wblcn but that dees not mean I have failed dressed to mother, so in cno he Tho senior class appeared in their lackey pnrly ha I to think of you. As you know I was killed that mother could know Men Have Who Started Trouble caps and gowns at tho United the girls of the larked themselves over wllh queer have been quite busy and havo not he was thinking of her ns ho went BRITISH NAVY RULES CASPIAN Served Over Three Years In Chapel services last Saturday morn-in- s. had so much time for writing, but forth to die for his rounlry and her. looking costumes. France Quelled by Soldier I have tried since I landed across And I can spenk from experience, Olil fashioned games wero played Inland Sea Put Under Control to Pre- From Chester, Prosldcnl Frost talked to the stuwhich rfuiscd much laughter and the sen lo IpI you know all was well for I know what it is to face danger. vent Dominance by the Collopo about dents of Ucrea with mo. And today I can say And I know the thoughts that go Dolihevlkl. fun. London, Starch in. From eight to progress. Ho was dressed in his through one's mind. twenty-seveAnd thou pink lemonade, cake, am well. persons are estimated to uniform which scholar's ollloinl I hnve been receiving your nice London, March 10. Navnt forces I suppose you have been anxioushave been killed nnd from twenty-liv- e and stick candy were served. It designated his several degrees. ununited In rioting under British coiiuiiHiid now domlnato we'll just loiters, and want, to sny I am very, ly waiting he coming of each let- to M'Vcnty-tlircwas a glorious affair l the situation In the Caspian sen1, 110 very glad lo bear from you, and ter, thinking pprhaps il would bring during .the last three days at the Upper Chapel surmise. military enmp nt Ittiyt, Wales, ac- cnrdlng to otllchil Information secured you are so well and having nows when I would ho coming lo know Tho Rev. G. S. Knight spoke in For several tiy Ilellter's. Limited. such good health this winter. And home; hut I must say I havo no cording to a Liverpool dispatch re- months there have been llrltlsh naval Uppor Chapel Sunday evening. This ceived here. TENNESSEE SOCIAL when I return I am expecting to idea when I will sail, but not boforo was probably the last sermon which (Ireat property damage was caused,' forces on this sea, the nlllclal nccotint Tennessee stuAbout eventy-flv- e states. They were originally sent to he will bo able to give, ho said, be- dents from the various departments llml you a younger looking motlior June. So you cannot expect me the illsimlcli nihK According to latostreports from Liv- prevent the bolshcvlkl from dominatfore loaving for his new appoint- gathered logethpr in llio Girls' Gym than when I lpfl you, which was before. We are" hoping this depot Well ten months ago yeterdny closed by HiPii, and wo will erpool, the riot was started by about ing the situation. This nnvol fhrco ment as pastor of a church in Monday evening for a state sooial. nrmod steamers, which I remember thai Monday morning sail direct for hoiiTe. But you 'M) malcontents. There wore 'i',000 seised certain Michigan. The evening was started out by a in Apirtl when I kissed you goodbye know .there Is yet much lo lip done, Canadians In the camp awaiting de- now are manned by Hussion crews which marched up by Innd from grand march and musie. Many old lenving home and you, starling out and as il has fallen my lot to re- mobilization nnd embarkation. ROSS BURGESS with n British force as a , JAMES fashioned parlor games wero play- to do my hit for my ciVintry, litib main I must be satisfied and do my Served Three Years. steamers ore comJames Ross Burgess, son of James ed and enjoyed by the Tennesseeans. The men who caused the trouble nucleus. byThese navnt otllccrs. thinking that morning it would be duty. Sometimes I get a little blue were war castiiils who had served for manded British Tho A. Bttrgoss, superintendent of the lhoH evening vtis a A feature of so long before I should see you and things seem n little dark, but three years or more In France. They original Itusslnn llotllln In tho Casof Boron Woodwork department hypnotical performance by McCord again. But ns now ten months htivr. soon it is all cleared away and pian. It N added, consisted of two gunCollege, died at his hlme in Washthat and Melzger of the Collego depart- irone by, and perhaps will extend (o things are again light. I owe much roindaliied MWtNinid,their embarkation boats, two dispatch vessels ond three, had been whllo other men ington, D. C, on Thursday, March 6. ment. These also have Just been be more than a year before I shall lo Sarah. Rachel and those nl homo who lmd seen less scrvlco were sent steamers. by the Brttlsh-Itusslanavut after an extended illness. Mr. Hurtaken over Delicious refreshments were serv- tee you again. I am si ill and will for writing me so often. From the home. gess had boon suffering for a con- ed, then each young gallant chos After the destruction of alnres of nil forces. always lie your Iwy, Just as I left lifne I llrst begun hearing from siderable time with tuberculosis. n partner and escorted her hack to you. for time never makes a change those, back there I have received kinds op Tuesday by the discontented His body was brought to Boroa at I bo dormitory. Income Ta "Eternal," Too7 men took a more wrnro in his love for Jiis mother for he mail regularly. And there is nothing turn the situation when the cavalry Waahliicton. March 10. A letter re bis own request, anil placed by the Wednesday, ' knows no matter where he may po. o good to drive away the blues ns was called out but was forbidden to celved by the Internal rovonuo bureau sido of bis mother in tho Horoa complained if it be fa? across land and sea.. that a good letter from home. And there use Its arms. from a cltltn of Ulna, MARIE LOUVEAU cemetery. .Short services wore hold mother's love always remains the is nothing that pleases a soldier so Troopa from Cheater Intercepted the Ulttorty against llie prospect of having (Continued from last wcok.) church, conducted by in the I ninn upon Altcrgele, to pay Income tae not only tills year, Docfur Roberts, tho Union ohuroh Mario hastened to a recruiting ame. and follows him in his flight. well. Although I have not written rioters In their march tsit next year, and tliereafter. After And I can know where nil others as often as 1 should you have not near Hhyl. and alo ircented a threat-filopastor. olllee. y carefully olllrlals trmtt.-- ewed raid on the latter plsc. Five raiding the letter ,ii,i,. in me that moher's love still Mr. Burgess ww an architect, "I want to join an aviation unit. i.inM.i n wntHierwi wnrinrr im wnirr ,. "lis .II i bilii ,, . . ., i ti J Ha lUinl f uita f vol remains true. And then I know whan av ir prepared for bis work in she said lo the registrar. iinimn-- i 's "m , , ,..!" emirs of tills flghtlng. It Is to that each night when I am perhaps iit wi lling 1... jOalnt was stMressed ""Jthe "Menial" wnr inw mil ,Br jxiftnl. Host nil. and was connected with an Tho olllcer smiled, hut Marie revenue bureau. nslpop ' in my little bunk that a between, but now that I am station- clural firm in Washington nrelrl' himof her ability both with mother far away is sending up a ed in one place. I will try to redeem t c UflllMnFn fiY niUKIflM; and Baltimore. He is survived by engines and guns. ' MsthedUt Mlnlater Is Threatened. tittle prayer for her boy who is fnr myself. So must say, so long., his wife and two children. sorry Mile. LouVeau, but "I'm New York Ite. (leorge A. SlsaoneV away in a foreiim C'HJntry, praying mother, and close with a kiss, sent United State Battle CaMialtlt Glvn lo military regulations aU- who a MeihodNi by General March ai ACADEMY COLUMN our entree will have to be rejected. that be may return in safety. And fmm France to mother at borne. j tloned In HukhIj for It yearn, anil who f John Ililey Jones. 240,17 Men. tit' siire your prayers will !o Seniors However, we can give you a post as tmeas lief ore the Sen- -' a i'M r, d as a and I will rpturn lo you. Adv. Ord Depot. No. I, mi ever stop to think how .uuloih'iHv driver m a unit of avia-torsDid Inveailgatlng prooa-- '' ens-- ute committee Washington, March P. O. N'o. 713. Am. K. F AMhn it is nd to think thai all be deit foi ls lo be a senior? Perhaps I armv In giuidii. KinrtiHl n tempnt when itnltlea of the American you iikiv be able, to gel an idea of clared in un mlilreaa at the Central Marie was a bit disappointed, bu Tho appreciation. , , They brought lorill .. Y. M. C. A. in I'.ruoklyn that lnldent ,u bow it feels from the following loon her punt wilh a determination Alining offensive . positions. , , . . nnnniKTo oj ufiwrni Jinn-u. 1 1:1 Into the hambi Hffiiiii nri liiiiib: wus. 10 uri--. . me miuou a 1imniiiie seized-Alar- io can. nanny man". 240107 TtieM Include killed Wilson was "playing qintntioiis from some of our eml-ne- ii' lo pruvo her worth in a higher rif the rel fliiB." Inn from learning of the lieutenand placed , tcUoIl WOUndcfl. m1slng In action of the a theme. oniors. You may henr from position. Is injuries.' They must not her upon it. Beside her sat Mon- prisoner. There probably III be stantly there wety cries of 'That them again on this ital subject. As she gaine-- ' their confidence ant's from know, and yet they were depfiMleut sieur Lotiveau. He Vmiled at her. 'spine slight fttrtlaer revision ns final tr.isin !" and "Tlirow him out!" polli-great buckets of joy he pled with Hie men to allow hp'' li raue soldier present. A sergeant of signals. She must Ah, the pride, the tender and aid - reports are received. within the inner man. lo In lly. but there was something on "Red" for and three p.iirohuen snvid the sHtiker The. Second regular division showed from rough luindllng by In the 0. B. G. more or loss of superstition among make an effort to use the ftnn. With emn pride of her father's smile. 1.,, audit lire of Ti who heard his asserTrie huppv throng led through all 'n areaien ihjc in. me rev speckled purp under tlii in. They believed it a pioco of hsV right foot on the rudder and I feel like n dlvl.In.in1 elon came next tur runt The Twen tion. .lolo .hA..l.N. 0. M. liid luck ' lake a woman in the one hand on the levers, she mana i"il wagon. with 23.073. aged to give the gun signal of their most joyful native songs. getting out of an old machine wilh them. Just like division, l'rnnF at 0,0 JT-Jel.-? "Cbargoi" had bnvght inKh the tlnesl "ue Ja7,;' a suit of clothes, and gelling readi Arm urn the operators, there was a Jn to. the Ihnmige I A Taubo was close upon, her, but Ihey had. Never bad the silks and HnU Ntioii,t army dlvlalona. Mng V. S. in dily. freckled-face- d young Amerlojrv on a new suit. and on The f rem the Ore II feels as though you were askican Who was always looking for she quickly sent several bullets embroidery of the costumes seemed fourth In the Hat with 11,117. 1scmt-mIwlili-of In- Ik aumx'sid to hne Thirty-secon- d (Michigan and triThe machine more gorgeinis. Never bad the hU engine. ing the important question to tho adventure. Ho bad joined Frencn into eendliiry orltiiu. la esi liiuilel nt tntopa) were lift It with 1 selected one silling on the top rail air service and was known as Lieu- swayed, staggered and went spin- colors, even in the former days of ' ISXt.tMMi. The dumaite wn principally In the new list the Tbirty-eecouItegime, waive I more Iri- French of father's old "stake and rider tenant "JJod." Watching her fruit- ning earthward. (Italnhow) riorel a total of to coffee and Jute. Several iIhm pre k tire the JHte fence, while the mulo was The sipiadron bad quickly put to. umnJiantly. less at tempts with other air men, baltlo (iiMialtleti of 12.252 ; the .Sev- - vious to the Suntos li was dHetroyvd, "jo R. G. S. P. hp told Marie she could act as his flight the rest of lite Tauhes ami1 ""- (New York metropolitan Urtory at ao I'iihIo together wllh two Jopuneae ships an'n' homo-i- n Um qutol hours of Fool that wo havo s"urpnssed all niitraillouso operator. Ho oxplalned back again they Hew to bend- the twenty-.juarterRiyh chored at Santos, ."W miles toutinxiSt evening, there was n .surprise! rixtll (xw Kngland). aOM; the " to her the mechanism of the plane. following Lieutenant the formor expectations of oursolvos. her. On the steps of Um t j nwniling (New York), 7.&19; the of Sao Paulo, loadeil with Jute. Tho II. C. J. He told her about the various siginachine. d damage In thene two ptucos Is On the ground not far away lay iwnn'dou stood n certain American ThlrtbUb tTmauaeti. Nurtli Carollnu Ain't it a grand and glorious fool- nals, yet he felt that sho would not nt $2aw.0Ot). llt- -l n -Tniihe Tim miitilntoil aviator whoso future life was ing, to wnkc up lo the faot that you onduro for long. tilled lo lie tiouml Closely Willi uiu C. L. P. are an Academy Soniorl It wasn't always easy to over-com- o Ilguro of n PrusstKli olllcer lay peoplo of Ijrfrniim in whoe froo-doGrand, GLORIOUS, and porpen-dioular- l! tho dizziness, tjio air sickness the ruins. Diagrams and he, loo, had had a shnro. N. M. W. and the nervousness, revealing 0110 of the greatest but Marie Tho (Hgnldcation of it is inglori-ousl- y stuck, and boforo long sho was a attacks planned by Prussia wore S. M. T). jiod llyor. She enjoyed it.. She found in an inner pocket. sumptuous. Tim BASKET BALL SEASON ENDS It's a grand, glorious and perpen- was fighting for Franco and at last plans, of course, never reached The bntket ball Reason ended dicular fooling, especially when you in a peculiar wny she was aiding Prussian headquarters. From the when tho College teum defeated arc about to flunk in Physics. her peoplo of Lorraine,, for she felt information gained, tho French tho' Normal team on Monday afterII. W. Franco must win. finco thoir cause were enabled U) adopt suooesaful noon in n moderately stirring game To bo a senior makes one feel was not merely mighty but right. countormcasuros that in tho end which was Iho second of the de- ly dignified, superior, aged, and Air raids wero becoming a com- proved disastrous lo llio invadin l.'il series. Normal lost the G. D. L. mon thing. inclined. Before long her heart (ionium army and hurled them bark P3l nm(,( ani, 80 Monday's game Thoro is only ono way lo know thrilled with satisfaction at the from-- French soil and her beloved proved to bpa Dual issue. assistance I desire how ono feels and that is to work chance to meet tho enemy in tho Lorraine. This was but ono of the At first tho gnmd promised to bo hard, always climb upwards, and air. Squadron 8i began lo soar up- series of happenings which result- a closely contested one, but early one man in this commufinally bo ono yoursolf, and then ward with Lieutenant "Rod's" ma- ed in tho final overthrow of tho in the game Iho winning leant gol of his time on nity all or you will know tho sensation which chine in tho load. In it was Marie groat Prussian army and tho sign- the lead and succeeded in holding S. T. fastoned securely with three strap1, ing of an nrmistico which compellno ono can express. it throughout the match. a financial proposition of Now that I am a senior,' I feel ono encircling her waist and one ed evacuation by tho Germans of There was crack playing on both V. J.T. ovor each shoulder. r ain't. huge all French territory. liko Liko a sides. Carlee and llicbards of tho To ho a senior feels grand, gloricomrades "Red's" bird, tho machino began to movo l Lieutenant deserve wnrlhv mention for ous, and perpendicular, with great- off slowly, gathering speed at an wero quick to mako inquiries as to nM,jr gpjriio,! aj1( skillful playing, est of abdabslapity (whatever that amazing rato. Tho motor was roar- why ho, t a porilous moment " Wilson for College showed his us-II am willing to unis) an1 most of animosity. Soon they ing liko a hurricane fight, hail suddenly seemed to- .,, ,,,, in "carryin5 0n." M. G. W. canto in contact with Iho hated lose this work usual Then Lieutenant control. Fil.,jP Hirew seven baskets, This is tho way it feels: When I Tauhes which boro the symbol of "nod" rovcalcd tho fact that ho hatlj wllloh Won,for Kim tho highest ot and can give cordial and They wero ranged, was a freshman, I spako as a fresh- Prussianism. been unconscious as Mario sup- -, .,.,, ,(. any gln(,,0 plnycp tllii man, I felt as n freshman, I thought one abovo the other. Lieutenant posed, but bad, in reality, only been T,0 scnro st00d 29 to i5. to man who un"Red" knew if they gained position stunned and bad sensed tho true as a freshman. Now that I havo a senior, I havo put away over his own planes it would be situation. Ho told how Mario hadj it. Liberal OrtPHEUS, QUARTET CONCERT "good-night- ," freshman things. I. Cor. 13 chap. as lo termed it, and taken chargo of tho machino when Tho Orpheus Quartet of Los An- R. G. who knows what tho result might he was wounded, how sho had dl- Press. ' 11,0 B. bo. Ho must keep bis men upperaccompanying fleet and K" - (!ll'f" avo It's a wonderful sensation. rected tho It makes ono fool very "katosh." most. at the same limo had used tho rapid College Chapel on W ednesday oven.-flr-o K. '"'. relirtiary fi. I his was tlui llrst I gun with tolling effect. Whilo arranging his fleet about Spring Lyceum tho enemy Iwo Taubcs swept down Then her deed becamo known lo number of tho high-claenter would give a thorUTILE DULCE SURPRISE PARTY from nowhere, it seemed, firing ni all tho camp and Iho name of Mario course, and was a tho tboy camo. Repeated shots wero Louvcau was heralded throughout tainment in ovory rospect. Professor Lewis entorlalned ough and complete I'lio singers kept tho nudieuco members of Utilo Dulco, at big home, flying towards tho lieutenants ma- Franco. thrilled through tho wholo evening Saturday evening. chino. "Red" toppled. Mario was last It was a glad day after tho armisCall on Tho freshmen and sophomores of frantlo. What could sho do? Tho tice was signed, when Mario met with their masterful iiiuslo nnd rich tho society did not know whero machino was swaying and they her father in tho Joyful town of humor. It was a well balanced nnd they wero being taken by the Junior, would meet certain death I lossolin. Tho peoplo thronged tactfully arranged program, with and senior girls who had them Sho believed in prayor and sho about her and wero loud In thoir n good shnro of enjoyment provided blindfolded. They wore taken into prayed: "Oh God, help mo makjs acclamation of praiso, for whilo tho for ovorybody. llotttlous places and required to go mo bravo I" bravo boys from this samo vlllago Louisville, Ky. 201 Stark Bldg. through grucsomo ordeals and hair-raisiGathering new strength and cour-ag- o had upheld tho honor of France, Textiles valued al $1,532,880 will experiences. sho quickly placed her foot on this Mnrlo. who so loved her pen bo shipped immediately to Franco After tboy wero unbllnded they the ruddor, adjusted a lover. Again pic, had dono what bad seemed to, by Iho Red Cross to meet tho acuta wero rccolved by Mr. and Mrs. tboy wero soaring, for by somo mir- bo tho Impossible need for clothing among tho rcfu- Lowis. A program was then givon aculous power sho bad been ablo(to Tho peasant folk of tho lllllo town gees now returning to thoir (o show her thoir highest tered homes, in which tho characters wero dls- - manago tho machino. They wero WALES K and South Carolina), 0,8tW. The biittlo cnstmlty figures now Include tho total wounded, which wore not Included In the tables of mnjor casualties recently nindo public by the wnr department. Tbo list of divisional totals In part follows! (Michigan nnd WisThirty-seconconsin), H,2M. Forty-secon- 1 1 Col-le- go 1 n o Kin-ine- Meso-jMitHin- la n .i 1 -d 111 ; ." . is 1 1 1 1 1 -- ,, -- ' - d M 1. Twen-"lled's- - L" srf .!, ii j i enty-sevent- h , s, catt-mate- tiiiri Ihj-ne- I Want a Man the part . malri-monious- 11.-- t of at least merit. great Noi-inn- ( hn ro-n- j bo-eo- ,.,, f J.l1" ss arrange remuneration for support the advertising dertakes through the on If interested, wish you this matter investigation. or address T. T. Beeler ng sliat-desir- ed 4 Mnrch in, IOID. THE CITIZEN Pago Throe XMMM2MLM 1 Mail arc sent by the millions from all over our country, from all tlie.rural communities and small towns to large concerns in Chicago, New York and elsewhere. You doubtless know that thisJs a fact. But why is it a fact? Did you evcr'stop and consider the reason so many valuable orders go so far away and why one Chicago Mail Order House sold last year over $180,000,000.00 in merchandise? How many go out of your town, your county, your own home. Now take your own case. Why did you send your order away? We believe we know at least some of the reasons our people have had in doing so. In fairness to all concerned we here'give a few: 1st. Your family store, the one with whom you do most of your trading, did not carry in stock the articles you ordered. 2nd. If your family store had any of the articles simito the ories you ordered they were in the back corners, lar or under the counter or so dirty they didn't look good and there was no one in your family store who could tell you anything about its uses, its possibilities or its value. It was just a matter of, "Here I am take me or let me lay another rder s 5th. Your family store has never helped you plan for your work. They have never used their think tank for your welfare. Left it entirely with you, no interest at all from their viewpoint. So your real obligation to your family store is not very strong anyway. 6th. Psychology tells us that from the power of suggestion comes a great deal of action. Thus while you are turning through your catalog you see several articles you would like to have and so strongly are you impressed by some of them that you include them in your next order, or else put them in to fill out your next order as you will want them later anyway so you let them all come along together. Getting all your needs from the same store and not having to go to half a dozen places hunting them. Now tell the truth. Aren't those some of the big reasons why you sent your orders off? And here is about what you hear from your family storekeeper the next time you see him. Now look here Jones why didn't you buy those things from me? Who pays the taxes around here and who helps keep up the roads and schools and who pays the church expenses? You know it is me and you. Those fellows off yon. der don't help us out. Why don't you keep your money in your owh townrcounty or community? Now friends, we are not going to say whether our family store argument is good or no. We have often heard it used. We think to a limited degree some of it j"s logical but not in most cases under the existing circumstances. Be that as it may the fact remains that until you satisfy the six reasons given above it will always exist. Church or no Church. Roads or no roads. Taxes or no taxes. year." 3rd. Your family store buys most of its merchandise in very limited quantities and from other small .dealers or jobbers. Must pay a little more for some of their merchandise and therefore must ask a little bigger price. 4th. When you are sitting around the fire during the winter evenings planning on your work and decide you need so and so and you are not sure you can get it at your family store, but you can read the big catalog and see it pictured and beautifully described so you just write a ckeck and mail it in. Better get down to brass tacks and after the remedy is found be game enough to back it up. Now Here is Where We Come In Wo claim that Jones really had rather buy merchandise ho can seo it and examino it and that ono of tho grealc.it where needs of our country today is a real Department Store in our rural communities or small towns. Truo thcro is not room for ono in every county or every small town, hut' there is a real big demand for a real store a. Iea9t ono in each county. a i solution for tho above six troubles is as follows: Somebody with money enough and ncrvo enough should, ' 1st. Carry tho articles that Jones wants and needs. No matter how many. The more tho better. Have you been through our stores to soo the many, many wonderful offerings? 2nd. Carry a real assortment of merchandise. Jones buys just as good merchandise as anybody and his dollars havo just as many cents in them. Train your employees to know their merchandise and be ablo to stand up pud intelligently display and explain their uses and merits. Monoy doesn't buy a better assortment or class of merchandise than is shown in our stores. Quality in every Hue fit for a King and our employees must study their merchandise and must bo able to stand toe acid test. Have you tried them. 3rd. Ily carrying tho merchandise and having tho propor kiitrf of intelligent employees and displaying it as it should bo your sales will fncrcaso so much that you will bo enabled tb buy in real quantities from the manufacturers themselves and sell Jones his wants at a reasonable prico and let him "Savo the Differonco." Wo have been car load buyers for years and increasing every month. Our 1918 retail sales of over $230,000 enables us to savo our friends many good dollars. 1919 will increase our useful-nes- s and certainly our opportunities. ith. Advertiso your wares. Tell your peoplo about your business. Tho cost of so doing is not added to tho prico, no, it sells 'em so fast that it reduces tho prico. Do you get WELCH'S STORE NEWS? We publish an eight page paper, as good as any if we do put it out. Wo will leave it to you. It's worth any Our- - man's $10.00 bill for a year's subscription. It don't cost you a cent, only the asking. Send your namo today, and, tho good things will pour in through our columns. . 5th. Get tho cobwebs out of tho old brain. For years we have neither spared time, money nor effort in pleasing our customers. We study their needs' and their wishes. We plan with them and assist them in every turn. The needs of our territory is our calling. We are serving daily our friends and nelght)bis for 25 miles around Berea and Madison County. 6th. "Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep thee." Our business has grown rapidly and the war times i have made it impossible to occupy more commodious quarters but we havo nearly 50,000 square feet of floor space and although we are in old buildings we invito you to take a pleasure trip through them. Look them over and see our sanitation as well as our display of quality merchandise. An assortment worthy of a city many times its size. Take a glimpse of our windows. Are thoy suggestive? Can Jones get all his wants at one place? We rcalizo that tho mail order peoplo givo hotter scrvico than tho average family store. Thoy really get business on their merits and business should go, and in most cases docs go, wliero real scrvico exists. If we can't beat their sorvico and duplicate thoir prices with better mcrchandiso wo don't expect your business. Friends, wo arc not appealing to Jones to help pay our taxes, build roads, etc., 'unless wo merit his consideration. Wo expect it under no other terms and to bo perfectly frank wo are after Jones and don't you forget it. Our Chicago and other mail order friends aro going to earn all tho business thoy gel out of this part of Kentucky during 1019. Hero is whero friendship ceases with them. All bets aro off and it is frco for all. Aro you going to help lick 'em? Visit us. Givo us tho onco over and sco what happens. "AS WE LIVE WE MUST GROW" Welch's Department Stores "MADISON COUNTY'S GREATEST STORE" BEREA, KENTUCKY s 1 Pago Four tuk crnzbu Mnrch 13, 1010. Itmrrv Dlitrlet N. 4 Misses Edna .Early and Mabel Churtrr No. MM WITH THE CHURCHES Lewis wcro shopping in Nicholas-vill- o one ilay lat week. Union Church The funeral or Mrs. Serllda King The Sunday-schowith classes Lowest Cost. Best Equipment and Service at was ronduoted on Wednesday after for nil nt 9:15. Preaching sorvlce Wards for Men and for Women, noon In thn Union church, tho Rev. nl 11 a.m. Report of the condition of the Hcrea National Hank at Hcrca in the Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Howard Hudson being In charge state of Kentucky, at the close of business on March 4, 1919: Kurlher particulars will bo pub First Baptist Church Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtRESOURCES lished in The Citizen next week. Sunday-scho- ol nt 0:15 a.m. Loans and Discounts Hosier Sunday comes on April 20, $230,441.85 Preaching service at II a.m. GENERAL PRACTICE 23t-3which is within five days of being Prayer meeting Thursday evening Overdrafts, unsecured 1 J, 000. 00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation the latest date on which this feast nt 7:30. U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unCome in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in can fall. The B. Y. P. U. service nt 0:15. pledged 10,000.00 Tho baby daughter of Dennis and in reach of all the people. need, Wo extend a hearty wolcomo to 17,950.00 Abney of Dreyfus was brought to nil to unite with us in llicso scrv Liberty Loan llouds, unpledged Stock, ol Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription)... 1,800.00 tho Robinson Hospital for an op Ices. Robert H. Cowley, M. D., Physician ?.". 1,500.0$ Value of banking house Harlan Dudley, M. D., Physician eration this week. The child had Tho 19,000.00 Hackett, R. N., Superintendent swallowed a grain of corn which nrd, Rev. H. C. Comix, from Haz- - Lawlul reserve with Federal Reserve Hank Mrs. AatUA-Powiwill preach at 11:00 o'clock Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 41, 4 8,4 7 Mrs. HtttefrSrnrARN Sharpe, R. N., Assistant lodged in the wind pipe, irritating next Sunday. Kvery ono is Invited Checks on other banks in the same city as reporting bank 448.99 Pnou the membrane seriously. and urged to come. Checks on banks located outside or town of reporting bank CHANGE-I- N HOSPITAL RATES monla was threatened but tho child and other cash items 3 is now out of danger. B?ainning-Mnrc- h 1, the rates for board and room of private Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. C. E. CLASS PARTY Attorney W. B. Wnlden, of Berea. patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients 1, 150. 00 Treasurer 0 wns in Chicago during Iho pat tared-foni- n $1 per day. the wards The members of Mr. Christopher's Total $448,805.68 , week on important legal busines Class in Christian Endeavor Mcth for J. H. Lambert, administrator nds were enterlalned at his homo LIABILITIES for Dan Owens, deceased, in a dam Wednesday evening, February 20, Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 age suit against tho C. & K. I. Rail about twenty-fiv- e , being present. Surplus fund 35,000.00 road for $23,000. A substantial com The evening was. happily spent in Undivided profits 3,825.04 promise was offered by the defend singing and games. Circulating notes outstanding 25,000,00 ants to setllo the case out of courl. 187,971,64 Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Hackclt Individual deposits subject to check but was refused by the plaintiff, on I were present and did much to add Dividends unpaid 132.00 Other time deposits the case will come up for trial at lo the enjoyment of tho ovcnlng. 171,877,00 NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES a later dale. Total Delicious refreshments wcro serv.$448,805.68 Fish's Announcement ed as a pleasing climax. State of Kentucky. County of Madison, stt Their Spring and Summer opening I, J. I.. Gay, Cashier of the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear Friday, March II, Saturday, March B. W. Spilman, Field Secrc Dr. that the above statement is' true to tlic best of my knowledge and belief. STOCKHOLDERS' BANQUET 15. specially, invited, ad. uu are lary to Educational Institutions for Twenfy-llv- e J. L. Gay, Cashier. stockholders of tho Baptist Sunday-schoScientific horse shoeing, flno iron the Southern Berea Bank & Trust Company were Board, visited President Frost and Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of March, 1919. ( RHODE ISLAND RED MEETING work and repairs of all descriptions "resent at a banquet held in Boono College for a few hours Wed W. II, Waldcn, Notary Public. College Blacksmith Shop, Berea The Berea Rhode Island Red Tavern on Wednesday evening of at the nesday, March 12. My commission expires Jan. 29, 192a Poultry Association met in Berea Main Street, north of Tho Citizen Laura Jones' opening will be three Monday afternoon, March 10, with March 5. ad Office. Dr. O. JI. Fellon acted as toast-mast- er Correc- t- Attest: W. Kidd, John W. Welch, J. J. Hranaman, Directors. days this spring, March 20th to 23rd. Mrs. R. C. Coomer, presiding There for the occasion. Toasts ' ad. were twenty-fiv- e members present. were given by J. W. Herndon. Miss We Sell hats and sell them right. Meetings at the Christian church Hie Association was addressed ad, Mrs. Laura Jones. are well attended and with good by Lieut. A. F. Chapin, poultry Bowersox. Mrs. Karly. Miss Betty .Mr, Herndon and fhe cashier of the A baby girl, Opal, was horn to song service. The Rev., Mr. Bennett and Mrs. G. T. Payne, Tuesday of is a powerful evangelist and many specialist of Kentucky Slate Unl bank. John F. Dean. The dining room was elaborately last week. Mother and child arc more people should hear him. Mon versity. After the address a busi ness session was held in which the doing well. day night, he gave a stercopticon matter of selecting and grading and daintily decorated with flowers and colors. The scheme of tho Mrs. Sarah M. Azbill of Daytoi lccturo on ,Canada, showing many eggs for hatching, marketing, etc. decorations wns artistically worked 0 arrived in Berea Monday. She beautiful scenes which were botli was discussed. out in yellow and white. is hero on account of the illness of entertaining and instructive. Somo birds wero sold at this The following menu was served: granddaugWer, who is ill at the her People needing boys for meeting. Fruit Cocfail. Chicken and Dressing, Robinson Hospital. or jobs may receive them by There, were two other county Mahed Potatoes. Minced Beet. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Muncy are calling Miss English at J. F. Dean's agents besides R. F. Spencc present. Swiss Salad. Orange Ice Cream, in Salyersvile this week becauso of This will help to keep boys in Chocolate Cake, Coffee. All who tho death of Mrs. Muncy's brother school. Call sovcral days beforo tho PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES wero present speak very enthusias in that place. Saturday you want them. E. F. Dizney, Principal tically about tho occasion, and President Frost and T. J. Osborn" Dressmaking. WANTED I Mrs. Miss Dean has been ill at Boone every one praises Mrs. Ritter for ad.-3- 8 were in Cincinnati this week on Tavern most of the week with in- Maymo Hill, Center street. her genial reception. It. II. Chrisman has purchased a their annual trip to that city in lluenza. with Berea College beautiful new automobile hearse, connection Miss Bowles from Friday till BEREA GRADUATE DIES and is building a garage on Doono business. Monday was in Owsley county al E. P. Robert of New York City street. family reunion where a soldier Robert Leo Howard, son of Mrs. and several other Y. M. C. A. com brother, on a, furlough of A. E. F, Charles Bowman sister, and Combs of Berea. died last mittee men will visit Berea March over thorc, ' was the guest of lion Tarlton Maude, who have been in West Vir- 15, Sunday after an illness of two and next week at Detroit decide or. ginia, came home last week. weeks. An attack of inlluonza was upon tho place for holding the Mrs. Lorcna Muncy was called by responsible for ti is death. A. B. Cornett and family have Second General Assembly of Asso telegram Sunday to the bedsido of moved into the Wilson property on Mr. Howard was a gradualo from COME IN AND SEE THEM elation Workers with Boys. It is her dying brother near Snlycrs Center street. tho Berea Normal School. having hoped Berea will be chosen for thn villc. completed that course in 1903. At Hats! Hals! at Laura Jones' store National Assemblage. Misses Dean and S'eale visited tho tho time of his death he was teachon Chestnut street. New Sprimj The Millinery Display that wo are Hats Now Open. Come early to got making includes the very newest Training School at Knapp Hall last ing in the Public School of Gray-fo- x, Magoffin county. first choice ad. and most novel ideas in Millinery Friday, to observe language work Tho Principal mado a business surA wife and seven children Miss Lou Phillips of Wildio was for Spring and Summon Nothing trip to Richmond Monday ovoning, vive him. and mourn for the loving Richmond Kentucky visiting friends in Borca last week.' has been overlooked. Fish's. ad. meanwhilo had a pleasant visit and devoled husband and father, Miss Lillian Newcomer was in Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harrison of with County Superintendent Ld- - who has gone on before. Berea last week, making arrange- Stanton spent tho week end in a wards. The funeral was held on the tit ments for moving their housohold Mrs. Harrison with relatives. rou SALE Jno. F. Dean J. XV. Herndon The Rev. Mr. Bennelt, evangelist of March. goods to Painlsvillo where she is is continuing her visit this week Or Exchange for Other Property of the Christian church, conducted DEALERS IN HEAL ESTATE teaching and whero she and her while Mr. Harrison is attending tho old Jack and stalA good Friday morning. mother will make their homo next annual conferenco of county agents rhapel worship singer, lion. Berea, Kentucky was along Mr. Arnold, the year. of Kentucky at Lexington. J. W. HERNDON. :ind favored us with music. Wo are still soiling Ileal Estate You must seo thoso pretty A. S. Chapin, poultry specialist, Borua, Ky.1 Mrs. Ed. Porter is in and around Korea; but soon it dresses fn latest material and from tho Kentucky Extension deto procure a free will bo impossible to get possession all the new colors at Eva Walden's partment, at Lexington, was in Be- with the school FOR SALE physical examination for every Ibis year, as farmers nro making Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stephens of rea at tho first of tho week. very latest House and lot on High street. arrangements for tho year's work. child of the public school. She ex Hamilton, 0., were week end visWo have an lino of pects to have the work done by-tThis Is an ideal placo for a home, noro ,)argnlns ln 6mM farms itors at the homo of her brother, Spring Coats, Suits and Capes, in all New Spring & Summer largo lot, good barn and garden, A fowoily property. Como and got Robinson Hospital. and George G. Dick. tho new colors. Eva Waldcji. (Ivo room house with water and Measles have spread somo anions one while ypu can, thoy will bo electric HghLs. Now occupied by higher noxt year. our patrons since last weok. But J. E. Gott. For prico and terms ad vigilant watch is kept at school Seo Dean at the nerea Bank and dress D. M. Gott, Routo No. 0, Aber- Trust Co.; catch Herndon on tho fly. to prevent further spread. deen, Miss. Pneumonia cases arc all conva- v Respectfully, osoing nicely. lias arrived and 'is now EGGS FOR SALE DEAN & HERNDON, Missos Jordan, Vergic Wynn, ReNo maton display. Tho Berea llhodo Island Poultry becca Muncy and Lorcna Lewis Dealers In Real Eslato, Borca, Kjr. ter how particular you Association is iow prepared to supplied this weok for absent teachare and how hard to furnish qoanlilitu of eggs for, ers. please, we have every hatching. Thoso eggs aro all from' Al tho regular meeting of the F. L. MOORE'S high class flocks, which havo been style and shape imagBoard of Trustees last Saturday inspected and recommended by night, E. F. Diznoy was elected by It is to your inable. poultry specialists of tho Slate Col-leunanimous vote to succeed himadvantage to make your That is the way we want it known, beof Agriculture. self ns principal for another year. selection early, FOR Divisional secretaries aro: cause we have the new, the otiginal and assuring you of the very William Carl Hunt, Borca. the smart things younger men want. First Class Repairing latest creation in S. P. Caudill, Conway. Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speedwoll. AND This covers alike all things men wear ad. 'Berea College Hospital Sun-parloh, ol Berea National Bank 7 1 .... 1 0 L O CAL PAGE Best Blacksmithing ol NEW SPRING GOODS HAVE ARRIVED Ladies' nifty suits, spring coats, capes, and all that goes to make up stylish ladies' apparel have just arrived. We are able to offer better bargains in these goods than has been possible in a long time. .B. E. BELUE CO. ne-re- 11 one-pie- ce Fish's I ad.-1-3-- ho MILLINERY Know This Store as Young Men's Headquarters thus Jewelry Store Fine Line of Jewelry Mrs.EvaWalden Announces her clothes, shirts, furnishings and shoes. Opening March 14-1- 5 Farm For Sale! MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. IF IT'S HERE IT'S RIGHT IF IT'S RIGHT IT'S HERE Spring Millinery Opening Thursday, Friday and Saturday March 13, 14 and 15 Wanted and For Sale FOR SALE YOU CAN BANK ON THAT laying pullets, purebred lthoilo Island lleds. Inquire of Miss Corwin. Nino ad.-3-l.) All-Wo- ol Suits Tailored at $26 to $60 BARRED ROCK EGGS J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky You Are Cordially Invited havo u limited quantity of eggs for sotting. Pure broil. 75 cunts a udp.-3- 7 sotting. T. A. HOWARDS. I FOR SALE Residence eight rooms, pantry, basement and attlo. Water in kitchen. Lot 110x200. On Chestnut street. MRS. W. H. BOWER. ad. Two hundred and thirty-si- x acroi of good farming land located in Madison county, Kentucky, is now Poultry Remedy offered at n bargnin price. Land lies on good pike, has good dwelling ,hor in. ir I'sty cur, t ii,rs i houso and all necessary outbuildings, a largo barn, corn crib, two good ponds, lino spring, and a wed ' vl wtl .tilni.'f .1 that cannot bo pumped dry with a ut l,jr tuan m' V.iiu.lu steam engine. Will produco a line tOUttSl KUES' CJ , .t'tjlw. ' r. quality of tobacco and splendid Sold" br Porter-Moor- e Drag Co. com. All under good fenco, and only ono mllo from rnilroad elation, Get the Genuine and sauio distance from school houso and Avoid and two churches. Titlo perfect. For furlhor particulars, call or address, W'ur Cures i .JtfBTRT f?CJFgCyj Frank L. Russell, Att'y, Richmond, Ky. Mnrrh 13, 1010. TlIK CITIZKN BUSINESS MEN MEET Pago Five O Boy S'couU are organized In patrols and troops. A patrol consists beA family Newipaprr for all that li right of eight boys, ono of whom comes a patrol loader and another true, and Interfiling assistant patrol leader. A troop I'ubllahwl errry Thuraday at llrrra, Kr. consists of not more than four patrols unless circumstances of tho BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inenrporaiad) community warrant II and then WM. G. rROST, special permission has to bo granted (lie Scoutmaster In order to orSubscription Rates l'AYAIH.K IN ADVANCE ganize more patrols, On Yar tl.M Kvery troop of scouts has, as a Hit Mnntht , M Co Thru Months leader, a man who is known as n Bend money liy or Kiprtas Money scoutmaster. Ilo receives a comOrder. Draft, llenlilertd Letter, or one and two mission annually from the National rent lUmpi, Th data after your name on label ahowa to ohatdata your ut.aerlptlon la paid If (t Is not Council of tho Boy Srouls of Americhanffd within three, weeke after renewal notify ca upon (hi; recommendation of the OB. Mining- - numbers will nml head of tho iila.Hr tupptM If wa troop committee ere notified, institution with which the troop is I Jbrral terma irtren to any who obtain new forua, Any on sending ua four yrarly This commission certisubscriptions can receive. Th Ctliten fr for connected. on yesr. fies as (o his Illness and gives him rates on application, Advertlslnc authority to carry out tho boy scout program in accordance with BOY SCOUT SCHEME the olllcial handbooks. A 'scoutKorea College, Korea, Ky., master does not get paid for his sucMarch 10, 1910. cess in dollars and cents, hut upon Tim following article Is written a broader basis. for llio purpose of making friends He musl bo al least 21 years of nml citizens of Ilcrua familiar with ago and is chosen because of good tlio Boy Scout Movement in llioir moral character and his interest in midst. work with boys. Ilo attends all of The world Interest in tlio Boy the meetings and outings of tho Scout Movement challenges tlio in- troop and is responsible for Hi" telligent understanding of every- general program and supervision of one, and yet many people still ask: (he work of tho troop. "What Is Seoiiling?" "What do Boy When the scout organization beScouts do?" Scouting means out- comes ulTccllvo a registration fco door life and so health, strength, of 25 cents each is assessed which happiness and practical education. is paid to (lie treasurer o'f the Na'It develops the power of initiative tional Council of the Boy Scojils of and resourcefulness. It helps hoys. America. This fco is Just enough lo help pay for printed material and II insures good citizenship. The Scout Movement aims to help correspondence. A sconl must bo hoys do something for themselves tegislered before he is recognized and others. Its method is summed as a scout or entitled to wear the up in (he term S'coulcraft, and is a various insignia... The organization combination of observation, deduc- is proloclcd by an act of Congress tion, anil handiness or the ability in which no one who is not a memto do things. Scoulcraft includes ber of I ho Boy Scout Organization instruction in Hirst Aid. Life Sav- is permitted to wear llio badges or ing, Tracking, Sigfialling, Cycling, uniform. Tho scoutmaster has Nature Study, Seamanhip. Cnmp-craf- l. authority to see that these instrucWoodcraft, Chivalry, Patriot- tions are fulfilled even to tho exism and other subjects. This is ac- tent of tho law. complished in games and team play, This is just a brief sketch of the and Is pleasure, not work for tlio Boy Seoul Movement but tho opboy. All that is needed is tho portunity may present itself late a group of boys and a in which a belter insight will bo uompclent leader who has tho in- given on tlio screen. terest of the boys at heart and is really a big overgrown boy. BOONE TAVERN NOTES "Something to do. something to The members of the Orpheus think about, and something to enjoy Quartet from Los Angeles, Calif., with a view always to character were entertained at tho Tavern building, for manhood, not scholar- during their visit to the College. ship, is the llrsl aim of education.' Slarr Cadwallace, Hed Cross soScouting is a real force n the cial service man. from Cleveland, 0., , community. It makes the boy co- was here this week. operative with the community's inA banquet for the directors of tho terest; it places a value on the mi- Heron Bank & Trust Company was nority years of his citizenship life; given on the evening of Wednesday. It givos him something to do. it March 5. teaches him to do things for himMrs. Cornelius of Aberdeen, Miss, self; it makes him selfrelianl, cour- was a Tavern guest. ageous and manly. Too many comMiss Marlba A. Dohorly of Loumunities discountenance tho true isville, mid Miss Gortrudo Ross of worth of boyhood life aside from Peewee Valley wero the guests of tho paternal roof. Mis Ailce Ross over Sunday. In Scouting tho boy does not stand Mr. Francisen was (he hosl of a still. The opportunity and incen- party of six hero on Sunday. tive or progress! always at band. Mli Sarah Sliakerford. Miss There are, various stages of advance-- 1 fireenlenf. "and I. M. Burner wero meiil through which he must go. lie visitors from Ilichmond this week. becomes a tenderfoot and then a President Frost entertained 15 of second class and then a llrst class. Hie Ic'iiliiivr citizens of tho town After this Ihe whole sphere of the here last Friday evening. Ico cream, Seoul work Is made aVailablo by chocolate, and cako wero served a the boy's own application in quali- refreshments. fying himself to pass tho tests for Miss Lillian Nowcomor of I ho various merit badges. Paintsvillo was a gucsl at the TavHow to Become a Scout ern this week. Any boy twelve years of ago or A largo number of people wero ovor, may become a scout by Join- served at dinner Sunday noon. ing a troop that has already been starled. In all cases tho consent of Keshlos n largo number of trucks, the parent or guardian must bo shown on the enrollment blank? Any the Red Cross now has in service IPC touring cars, 300 boy who is Interested should seek in Franco the bolp of tho Scoutmaster in his camionetlos, 270 camion", 171 ambulances anil 20 motorcycles. town. The Citizen l..il'"BII '. ' 'HHum"'! Pott-ofl- About forty of Borea's business men met at Boono Tavern last Fri- day evening for an Informal dlscus-- j slon of somo matters of general Internal lo Korea. President Frost acted as spokes man ror llio occasion, ami staled I lint he had received a communication asking from Washington, whether Korea would enlertaln the second general assembly of as sociated workers with boys to be held in May 1020, tinder the aus pices of the Y. M. C. A. Mayor Gav mid others expressed (be opinion that such a gathering would be beneficial lo Korea, and Miat un doublodly tho citizens hero would be glad lo enteratln the delegates in their homes. Another matter submitted for consideration was llio of some of our principal streets. It was suggested that nameg shonl'I have somo dcflnllo significance, as was the custom In the cities of Eng land ond Scotland. High slroet was A CLEVER THIEF proposed as a good name for ChestCLEVERLY CAUGHT nut street; College street, for Depot A clever arrest was accomplished1 troot; nnd Commercial for Railroad by Chief Walkins of the Korea stroot police forco early Monday morning. Attention was also called to the. Jit an interview with the Chlcr Tho fact that nerea Is becoming increas- Citizen reporter obtained the folingly popular with auto tourists, lowing particulars: A lady from using Ihe Dixie Highway as a tho- Detroit, Mich., was traveling north roughfare from Ohio to points south, and changed cars at Corbin from and also from Tennessee and Vir- train No. 35, due in Herca at 3:50 ginia to points north. To empha- a. m- to train Nq. 21, bound for size the fact that Korea Is located Louisville. As she entered tho as a ccnlre of trafllc between these coach of No. 21, a negro approached stales, and to make the travellers and snatched her hand satchel feel "more at homo" tho following and ran out in limo to catch train names wero mentioned as appro- No, 31. Tho robbery was mad? priate; Ohio avenue for Estill street, known to the conductor of tho LouTennesse avenue for Scaffold Cane isville train, and in- - wired Korea lo pike, and Virginia avenue for Kig have the Chief or Police board the Hill pike or Prospect street. train when il reached here. Within The names wero received with twenty minutes after receiving tho general approval by those present message. Chief Watkins was dressed at the meeting, and the question of and at the depot. When the train their adoption by the town may pulled in, he got aboard, and by the come up al a meeting of the Coun aid of the description furnished in cil in tho near future. Ihe telegram he soon located the The Citizen, as Korea's local pa thief and made tho arrest beforo tho per, came in for somo discussion train reached Richmond. also. When compared with other A message was sent to Louisville weeklies it easily takes a Icadin al once, notifying tho victim of tho place. It published a class of news robbery that a man answering tho that is found in no other paper, and description given was under arrest. slands as an atlvocato of all that' is She came at once to Korea on best for the community and the the first train and identified her worltl at large. Yet il had been op satchel but it was found that over orated at a loss, through lack of ."MOO was missimr. The prisoner support. In somo friendly com- was taken lo Williamsburg and ments which followed, Mr. .1. W, turned over to the authorities to Herndon and Doctor Kcst expressed await trial. Upon reaching that their appreciation of The Citizen, oily Chief Walkins was informed ami fell thai it was an important by a witness that his prisoner had factor in our town life. In their handed the money, taken from the opinion it was deserving of loyal salehel. lo another negro, and gave support as an advertising medium, such an accurate description of the and of a much wider circulation. man that bo was located and later It was thought that any who are not lodiiod .in Jnil at Silor. subscribers would respond if a canThe Chief's success in locating and vass were made throughout the bringing lawbreakers to justice has town and vicinity for subscribers. been demonstrate,!! on several The company dispersed about 8:00 but this last piece of work o'clock, after partaking of ico seems lo be the best yet, and Chief cream, cake, aniUcocoa. Watkins is lo bo congratulated on Such gatherings develop a spirit his effective service as a police ofand community in- ficer. of terest which is beneficial in every respect. JACKSON STREET ACADEMY CHAPEL LEAGUE W TT'.W 1 f iSTw! fa sastssr Yi ' I MARCH HTho 17-1- 8 GWbxoTalloirk ef Clnciaaitl Ca J. B. Richardson Berea, Ky. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS NEWS At tho January meeting of tho W. It. C. a delicious basket dinner was served as is usually done nt insinuation. Tho following arc tho names of tho officers installed: Mrs. Lou! Hanson acting as installing ofllccr: President, Mrs. Martha Early; Senior Mrs. Lou Hanson; Secretary, Mrs. Mary II. Dodge; Treasurer, Mrs. Sallie V. Kickncll; Patriotic Instructor, Mrs. W. Francos Hayes; Press Correspondent, Mrs. Clara D. Olmsted; Guard, Mrs. Josephine Shupe; Musician, Mr Clara IL Olmsted. The State G. A. R. Encampment is to meet in Korea, May 1 i, 15, and 10, ond the following committee was appointed to make arrangements for the W. II. C. which meets at tho same limo: Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. Hayes, and Mrs. Smith. Several of the comrades were present at the installation. As somo of the newly elected officers wero not there at the installation in January they wore installed at the February meeting. Junior Mrs. Laura F. Gabbard. Conductor Mrs. Alma Gabbard. The usual flfteen-cci- il dinner was served lo "twelve comrades, ten W. R. C. members, and thrco visitors. Reports of the committee ap pointed at tho January meeting for visiting the sick wero received. Those visited by this committeo wero very grateful for the gifts of Viee-PrcsidcVice-Preside- nt RADICALS FACE FIRING SQUAD AS SOLDIERS DEAL PENALTY FOR REVOLT CASUALTIES 300 DEAD AND 500 HURT. TO-TA- L American Missions Safe After Week of Riots Army of 100,000 Said to Be On East Line Hlndenburg Plana Force to Flaht Bolshevists. Western Newspaoer Union News Service. llorlln. Two hundred Spnrtacuns taken ns prisoners In the past week's rebellion were executed by GovernThey were "lined up ment troops. against the wall' one by one. It was the most gruesome wholesale execution In German history. The People's nuvy division has been dlsiirmed and dissolved. The private telephone system In the city has been resumed. The last round of the terrific battle between Government troops and Iteds was fought In the northeast quarter of lterlln. The Alexnnder square still looks ns bnttered ns a front line In n bloody section of tho Western front. The police prefecture has been wrecked almost completely by explosives. The latest authoritative casualty figures of Uie revolt are: Killed, KOO; wounded, MO; total, 800. The American missions are safe. planning to use volunteer units In a drive against the Holsho-vlk- l, with Lihau as tho base of his operations, It Is Indicated by Information which has reached American Intelligence officers. According to the American experts, who In the line of their duty are keeping In touch with the progress of the readjustment of the enemy's forces, German great headquarters seems to be following a policy of secrecy as regnrds the Eastern front troop question. This Is believed to be due to the fact that the Itolshevlkl now have a normal military organization nnd so will ho nhle to utilize nny information they might obtain concerning their enemy. Apparently the German headquarters staff In Kolberg Is directing Its energies again toward organization on tho llaltlc front In confidence that there no longer Is any Immediate occasion for concern over tho Polish front Field Marshal von Hlndenburg Is In Kolberg, and the commanders of both the Northern and Southern nrmles on the Eastern front nro presumed to be upplylng most of their efforts at present to tho organization of the forces available, Is Coblenz. Field Mnrshal von nin-denbu- fruit. Kecause of tho inclement weather the attendance was small. The chairman of tho committee on arrangements for the Slate Convention to bo hold hero May ll-lre ported that the committee bad met anil plans wore discussed for the entertainment of tho delegates. Through tho solicitation of Mrs. Hnyes the Masonic Hall has been secured for tho Corps to uso as its place of meeting during the convention. The Corp3 voted to extend nn expression of thanks to the Masonic Order for their generosity. fl, Starts Campaign Tuesday morning a very im UNITED STATES NEWS At its regular mooting, Mondav (Continued rrom Pege One) portant subject was brought benight, at the homo of Professor Major General Leonard Wood, fore tho students of tho Academy Clark, the Jackson Street League commanding the Central Departdepartment. Since the revival moot of the students who confessed Christ have gone back to their former method of living. A number of students of tho Academy department felt that there was eomo vital reason for this reverson. Miss Kuth Alley presented lluuo facts to tho department, drawing illustrations .from the point that our spiritual 'body needs food the same as our physical body. Mr. Johnson then outlined a plan for Bible study and prayer each day. A pledge card reading, "Tho Academy Kiblo Study and Prayer Association," wero distributed to thoso students who would fulfill the conditions of the pledge. To set asldo a dollnito portion of time each day and devote it to Kiblo study and prayer, was the pledge. Many students signed tho pledge ami a mooting of these students to moro closely organize (ho association will bo called in tho near future. Mr. Vogel has taken a very active part in this plan and will help in many ways to carry the association to sudeoss: tho habit established of every student engaging in Kiblo study and prayer every day. ing, fully f0 CARD OF THANKS LetusPROTECT YOUR BUILDING High winds and hard rains will test your roofs. We sell patent Corrugated Roofing, either galvanized or painted, guaranteed not to leak. Try our extra clear Red Cedar or Cut We can furnish Chestnut Shingles. Rubber Roofing all grades; also both red and green slated roofing. Come see our big supply of Building opened a light upon the army of tho San Jose scalo which is so rapidly spreading among tho orchards and shrubbery along the street. Professor Clark is to lead tho light, and his nrmy is to bo mado up of somo well trained students armed with so spray pumps and lution. It is hoped thai this movo may be an inspiration to citizens of other streets to protect thoir fruits nnd (lowers against this most trcch erous, "Gormanllko" enemy. Let us all call upon Mr. Spenco to lo act as eomniande-r-in-chtemake this campaign town-wid- e. lime-sulphur f Y. M. C. A. RESOLUTION Material. LET US CONTRACT YOUR BUILDINGS . STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot Berea, Kentucky We wish to express our sinccrcst appreciation to tho many kind friends, who have given us thoir sympathy and help, in our time of need. To those who assisted so kindly in tho funeral and burial services of my son, James Ross, wo aro profoundly grateful. You have all given us your friendship. Slncorely yours, James A. Kurgess, Sadie A. Hurges?. Following is a copy of tho resolution unanimously adopted by the 150 delegates at tho closjng session of tho Conference, March 2, 1019. It is the sense of the Collogo and University Students of tho Com monwealth of Kentucky as repre sented In tho Annual Stato Y. M. C. A. Student Conference assembled a', the University of Kentucky. February 28, March 1. and 2, 1010, thai tho thno has come for tho United States of America lo drop past provincialism and assumo proportionate sharo of world burden and responsibility. To this end wo urgo our Representatives and Senators in Congress to uso thoir influence toward bringing nbout n Society of Nations for tlja avowed purpose of peaco and brolhurhood among all peoples. This resolution Is thcreforo forwarded In tho Senators and Representatives of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky. OF CURRENT EVENTS (Continued rrom Pua one) cans, who were joined by the miners and Industrial workers of the Halle region, and the government sent n largo force of troops to stop tho strikes and riots. Itudlcal ns arc tho Spartncnns, they nro too mild to suit Payment to discharged soldiers of the real anarchists, nnd the hitter are n the $t0 bonuses authorized by tho reported to have begun n last Congress is being delayed by that Is centered In Dusseldorf, failuro of tho soldiers to comply which city was In their hands. Is That the Kbert government with tho requirements of the law Sparta-ca- n War department disbursing officials. alarmed by thoIsspread of the evidenced by Its dismovement announced Saturday that thousands tracted efforts to meet and suppress of soldiers had sent "true copies" IL Military Governor Noske thinks he of their discharge papers, and thai can put It down by force of arms and payment of tho bonuses would b.i urges that the national assembly audelay until tho original copies aro thorize Ihe raising of 'J00.000 addisent. In casqs whero tho original tional militia. Hut President Kbert favors Ihe certificates have boon lost, it was lilmlf. It N sold,seeking to extraorconclllato course of staled, tho original order for. dis- dinary.IV.-Vcstuhllhhliig a national r charge must be submitted. soviet - i In1 louer legislative brunch '' t. "inn, nt Ntihle also wuuted counter-revolutio, ii- ment, in the first publio address he has made in many months, today warned the American public "not lo let anything, whether a League of Nations, a Hague tribunal or an international arbitration system replace a policy of sound national preparedness," if tho country is t'J remain in a slate of peace. The General, who spoko at tho opening of the Methodist Centenary movement, declared that "verbal message, however skillfully applied, will not maintain a permanent peace." Ho reiterated bis well known stand for universal military training, assorting that "whatever may bo said by its opponents, there was nothing bad against it." Hills met in Doadwood, S. D., and decided to change tho name of Sheep mountain, near that city, lo Mount Theodore Roosevelt. Thoir plan received hearty endorsement. NEWS REVIEW Impressive ceremonies! attended by many soldiers and civilians wh ) wero oloso friends of tho former President, will mark tho dedication of Mount Theodore Roosovelt, on July i, near Doadwood, S. D. Shortly after the death of Colonel Roosevelt, tho pioneers of tho Klack (Continued KENTUCKY NEWS rrom Page one) than that dato and that tho allotment of funds for pay of personnel and for tho operation and maintenance of draft boards bo discontinued after March 31. Pago Six THE CITIZEN Marqh AGRICULTURAL CLUB OIRL 13, MOIO. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator BEREA BOY PROMINENT IN BOYS' AORICULTULAL CLUB WORK: l.ona'C. Fish who lives on a farm nreir Ilnren nnd who has made n splendid record In Tlifc Hoys' Agricultural Cluh work is now n student SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG IstDoor Berea's ng History of Onion Crop by Lillian Lewis I urn n native of North Carolina. My home, at presold, Is nt Brodhead, I Kentucky, Roekcnsllo county. hnve been in this Slalo since December 10, 1917. One day lasl spring our County Agent. Mr. Spenco, camo to Union y, school house, noiir Ollnwa, and gave ail address on seed corn, fertilizer nnd Liberty Bonds. He nlso lold us about Hie club work md I becnmo interested nt onco. for I wanted lo do soino kind of work o make money enough lo pay my vny through school nt Berea this year. J joined tho cluh and raised an acre of onions. My aero of ground was not very fertile, for corn had been tho only crop for some time. It had not been cullivnled very well ami was, therefore, very hard to keep tho grass and weeds from gelling tnll-IliuTT the onions.. It was on top of a hill, did not hold moisture, nnd the onions suffered a lot for want of rain, there being two dry spells during the 'iiinmer; one four weeks and the filler five weeks that It did not rain any. The first work I did wa lo re- -, move tluvcorn stalks. I dug Ihem up nnd burned Ihem. I had the land disked (wire and broken up six or eight inches, and drag harrowed three liiiio. I applied the fertilizer by band and ijlanled the seed with a small seed planter. The seed did not come up well. I transplanted them, hut It was so dry that tho transplants did not grow much. I worked them by hand until July 1, (hen plowed 'tlirm three times with a horse. The ground was so hard when it was plowed wilh a horse and there were so many clods Ihat 1 Ken-lucker 7. To holler develop social inter. est, citizenship am) character. think that hy the time a boy has understood theso objects ho I Vocational Schools ready lo heroine n tnemher. At power, combined wilh Training that adds to your money-earnileaH I was. Hut beforo becoming general education. a member you mint enter tho same TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printspecializing in agriculture at Herea as if you were going; lo school, and ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. you must go by tlio club College. besides TOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Lona Fish first Joined tlio club rules. These I will not lake tinio to Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. mention, hut will say you must be live years ago as it was organized by I he County Agent and Lona is a between to nild 18 years of age. Foundation School splendid example of what cluh work The plan of tho club work con 2nd Door General Kducatlon for those not far advanced, combined with some can do for a hoy who will show sists of three specific things: vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, eulhuslasin and 1. Instruction and examination we can put you with others like yourself and give chance .for I.ona was stale champion among 2. Agricultural practice. most rapid improvement the hoys as a corn raiser in 191(5, 3. Records, cost, history of crop a champion in pig club work in 1017 and animals. Door English Academy Course and 1018 he was champion poultry As. to the instruction, tho county For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going club nnmber of the Hoys' Agriciil- - agent is lesponsible. Ho gives you thru College and desire more general education. It nlso, gives nine lessons a year for every year the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in you are in tlio club. study and expect to carry it on by themselves. First year: nine lessons on soils, ( beconu year: nino lessons on 4th Door Normal School farm crops. This gives the best training for thoso who "expect to teach. Third year: nine lessons on farm Courses are so arranged that young peoplo can teach through the animals. summer and fall and attend sohool through the winter and spring, Fourth year: nine lessons on farm thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. management. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." Tins plan is a new one, so all the members who were in tho club last 5th Door Academy Course year will lake nine lessons on farm I His is ine straight road lo Collcgo best training In Mathematics, crops Ibis year, etc. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho - At the end of each a final cxami Academy is now Berea's tartest department nation is held and all those passing a grade of 70rt receives from the 6th Door Berea College State Collcgo of Agriculturo a cor Tills is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard tdU-alof merit which entitles you courses in all advanced subjects. In one-ha- lf unit in high school. These half-uni- ts aro very valuable. A Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. For for examplo; I havo a cousin over twenty-flv- o years the board has remained the same In Berea, but the in Rockcastle county who was going unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes to High School at Ml. Vernon amj it impossible for us lo live on the sumo money as we have in the past at the end of the year he lacked PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent one-ha- lf unit of graduating. One day while Mr. Spenco was over by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: there to see him, he told him about Lona C. Fish SPRING TERM the value of tho certificate of merit Expenses for Boys lural Cluh in this Stale. This rec- and bo was somewhat surprised to VOCATIONAL ,AN1 ACAI1KMT SCHOOL AND NORMAL FOUNDATION COI.l.Kl ord is exceptional as no oilier Ken- think it was going to save him an $ 7.00 3 0.00 $ 5.00 tucky boy has equaled it or has it extra term in school, but it did and Incidental Fco ! 5.00 5.00 5.00 ... been equaled in many other states. he got his diploma with the other noom 11.25 11.25 Board, 5 weeks . . , 11.25 Tho boy to win this honor must students.' Of course you have learned that 23.25 Amount duo March 20, 1919 ... 2t.25 22.25 keep a business account, study a 11.25 11.25 Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. 11 special course on soils, farm crops, I won the trophy cup as Stato etc., in connection with bis prac- champion in poultry work for 1018. Total for Term $3I50 '$32.50 $3350 tical work of raising a crop or an It is a mistake, I did not win it we Expenses for Girls animal. Producing a lino pig or n won it the club won it, I got my $ 7.00 S 5.00 $ COO largo number of bushels of corn to inspiration and information from Incidental Feo 5.00 5.00 5.00' tho acre does not fill the club re- tlio club and of course couldn't help Room 10.00 10.00 10.00 quirements. A boy must show winning tho cup. Mr. Spenco, our Board, 5 weeks 22.00 21.00 Amount due March 26, 1919 . . . 20.00 special, definite businoss records, county agent, helped win the cup. 10.00 10.00 Board, 5 weeks, diyj April 30.. 10.00 thereby developing himself in a He helped me win three for our business way, in an educational way club. Ho is going lo help us win Total for Term '$32.00 $31.00 '530.00 nnd in a practical way along agri- ono or two for 1919. The only way to. do this is to cultural lines. a member of tho club and go Thi3 docs not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or Thero is a great future in agricultural work for boys of the Stato in to win. Our county agent is a laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. of Kentucky who will take bold of sticker and helps us lo do things Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business agricultural work and carry it on wo think wo cannot do. Winter Fall Serine Join tho club and let's all pull to- Stenography and Typewriting as Lona Fish of Berea has done. 110.00 112.00 SI4.00 gether in this work for 1919 and Bookkeeping (brief course) ....... li.00 Ho is a splendid e.xamplo of what 10.00 12.00 agriculture will bo in tho coming win another Stato Championship Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 0.00 7.00 generations In Kentucky if boys will We can do it. Business courso for students Our rlub convention will como off get busy along theso lines. in other departments: in July at Berea. Wo want at least 9.00 1050 750 Stenography 300 to attend .this convention. EnTHE BOYS' AND GIRLS' Typewriting, with one hour's 5.00 AGRICULTURAL CLUB list as a soldier in tho great pro000 7.00 use of instrument gressive club movement and Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. Lona C. Fish a better farmer, a better citi1.80 150 2.10 Arith.. or Penmanship, each.. There, is no. more honorablo profession than that of a good farmer, zen and tho world will bo better by In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 por ternf. and tho sooner ono begins this task you having dono so. the better. Ono of tho best ways All students do some work wilh their hands from six lo six(o begin this task is to becomo a CHICKS NEED CARE teen hours a week as Janitors or In tho farm, carpenter shop, printinomber of tho Agricultural Club as "What shall I feed my chicks for ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which a boy. quick growth?'' is tho cry of many reduces their expenses In tho past few years corn, pig, women at this time. young man'or young woman can get an education Any nnd poultry clubs havo been sepa-ra- to Tho answer to that question docs at Berea if thero is the will to do so. organizations. But duo to caro-f- not tell tho wholo story of rapid If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be consideration it was decided growth at all. It is both tho what that holler work could bo obtained to feed and tho how to fcod that are In school tho full year, by all means they snould enter for a course durif theso separato organizations wore important ing tho winter and spring terms. now, made divisions of this main Tho What: Proteins, for muscle The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers Boys' nnd Girls' Agricultural Club. and blood building, found in sweet, and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter So this was done, and what had sour or butter milk and in meat months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can been separato organizations vcro scraps. bo gotten for least money. divisions, namely; corn, now mado Bono ash, for bono building, found pig, poultry, dairy calves, baby beefs, in ground bono and very slightly Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an tobacco, potatoes, soy beans, lambs in milk. above IS years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi and cover crops. Carbohydrates and fals, for heat ilgned by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable It is supposed that only ono of nnd energy, found in corn, wheat teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. theso organizations bo maintained and oats. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, within a county, tho county agent Tonic is found in green food, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. boing tlio main leader, tho superin- charcoal and grit. tendents and school teachers being Tlio How: Feed nothing nt all for his helpors, whilo within tho club forly lo sixty hours. Nature has steers", extra $14,015.5717 Rood lo choice CINCINNATI MARKETS. $12014, common to fair $7011.50. alone, thero is tho president, tho provided in the yolk all tho food heifers, extra $12.50013.50, Kod to secretary and treas- necessary for this length of llmo. choice $lltfl2, common to fair $0,500 Hay and Grain. urer. Thoso ofllcers together with Any added food will only ferment 10, cows, extra $10011,50. Com No. 2 white $1.470110, No. 3 tho rost of tho members hold regu- and pulrify causing indigestion and Cnlves Kxtra $18018.25. fair to wliltu $U.P.01.47. No. 2 yellow ll.Tf lar meetings whenever desired or diarrhea. Feed very litllo at first Hit. No. 3 yellow $1.15 1.17, No,' 2 good $15G18, common mid largo $70 nocessary. but food often; flvo times por day. Mixed $1.4(ltfl.4S, No. 3 mixed $1,410 14.Hogs Oood to choice, packors and Thero aro seven main objects of Rapid growth Is possiblo only witii A1, white our $1.111 J. 10, yellow ear butchers $18.75, medium ami mixed 117. tho Boys' nnd Girls Agricultural a 100 efilciont digestion, nnd such slugs $10013, Timothy, per ton, packers $1818.75, heavy fat sown Sound Hay Club, namoly: common to choice, a digestive systom must, bo very mid hound clover mixed $12017.25, light hhlppors ?Ui?f 17.20, 1. To train nnd encourago boys carefully devoloped. S"pend tho first $20.75028.75. plfa (110 lbs und loan) $10011.50. and girls In stay on tho farm. weok gotting n good foundation Oats No. 2 whlto 0IViU.V4e, 2. To show Hint tho uso of prac- started.' Ono caroless over food may standard white OtijlHHc, No. 3 whlto tical nnd scientific methods of agri- ruin tho wholo plan ami mako n mVtfiUIr, inlju-- SHf U'VSc. culturo muko fnrming moro proflt-ab- lo stunted chick Just ns any other Tlio Red Cross Canteen menus Butter, Eggi and Poultry. and enjoyable. animal may bo dwarfed through a Butter Whole milk creamery - ex- leavo a lasting impression! A letter 3. To teach the business sido Of tras 69c, centralized creamery extras written Dccombor 28, by a Clavoland poor start In Ilfo. farming. Seo tho county ngent and get full G7c, firsts Kl&c. (0.) boy with tho Army of Occupa I. To offer bpys and girls opporKsks Prime firsts 39c, first 38HC dolails as lo feeding chicks. tion tells of his trip from camp lo tunity for agricultural education. ordinary firsts 38c. spring "Tho nod 5. To assist hoys, and girls in rs linden 2 tlio front lost Llvo making money and encourago them Otlior articles written for- this lbs, 40c; fowls, 5 lbs and over, 30c; Cross gavo us lomonndo and cigarettes at Parkcrsburg and al Washto go to an agricultural collcgo. week aro held over till our next do under 5 lbs, 30c; roosters, 22c. ington and Philadelphia tlioy gavo Live Stock. Issuo for lack of spaco in our col0. To leach tho valuo of $1.1010.50, butcher us apples, coffco and sandwiches." umns this week. and teamwork. Cattle ShlDoers PEOPLE had a small drag harrow mado to run between tho rows. Tho onions wero not ready to gather in September when I enmo away In school, so I left them for fnlhep (o gather and lake enro of. Mr. Hpenco slopped nt homo ono day since I rnmo awny and went up to see my onions. Ho showed father how to grade them for market. There will he several bushels that aro loo small for market that will bo used at home. Mr. Spenco has tho ulco ones sold to Berea College al $UT8 per bushel. Thero aro some of them moro than four Inches in ' , illanielor." RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES 0,077 work- Berea's ss. "riio Red Cross now has ers in Franco nlono. oiio-story 3rd Berea's mm Fifty porlnblo steel buildings havo boon provided by Iho Red Cross for tho earthquake victims in Porto Rico. l Berea's Through tho Clinulaiupm circuits, thirty or moro Red Cross nurses will spread the gospel of public health throughout tho country this summer. Tho .Inpanoso Red Cross has moro than half a million members, each of whom contributes at least thrco yen (about $150) n year anil enrolls for ten years. Tho "'American Red Cross liai established a continuous sled service between lis baso nt Archangel. Russia, and places where tho Yanks are stationed. The sixth A. R. C. supply train cars of clothing, blankets, medicines nnd olher supplies valued at $.'!8.000-h- as Just started across Siberia to relievo refugees and returning prisoners along tho way. 20 Berea's Preparatory e t . -- 7Vid be-co- The More You Use Your Car The More You Need Good Tires Your car's usefulness is increasing every day. It is becoming more and more of a real necessity to you both in your business and home life. For that very reason you need good tires, now, more than ever. - jbo-co- able-bodi- ed ul tremendous a demand for United States Tires in times of war is just as desirable today. It reduces tire troubles to the vanishing point multiplying the usefulness of your car and putting the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. United States 'Nobby', 'Chain', 'Usco'.and 'Plain' are the most popular fabric tires built. They have all the strength and stamina our years of experience have taught us to put into tires. The out-and-o- ut dependability that created so There is also the United States 'Royal Cord', the finest cu. built for passenger car use. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer has exactly the treads you need for your car and the roads you travel. He will gladly help you pick them out. d W United States Tires are Good Tires Poultry--Springe- - 4. March 13, 1910. THE CITIZKN "My cmtirnco Is the tenderer of tho cells ngiilnst Its. renr wall. Tie lockeil two," the latter lnughed with a look the door behind us. I saw n fnco nnd Ho recognlr.ctl me nnd seized my two hands nnd shook them ns be snld! "UiKin my word, hero Is my friend Hnrt I was not looking for you here." He pat tils hand on my hend, now higher than his shoulder, nnd snld: "I was not lookjng for you here." Ho miked nbout my aunt and uncle nnd expre'sed Joy nt learning that I was now under Mr. Hacket. "I shnll be here for a number of weeks," he snld, "and I shnll want to see you often. Mnybo we'll go hunting some Saturday." We bade hlm good morning nnd he went on with Ids wheelbarrow, which wns loaded, I remember, with stout sacks of meal nnd flour. Wo went to the school, nt half past eight. What a thrilling place It was with Its 78 children and Its three rooms. How noisy they were ns they waited In the schoolyard for tho bell to ring I I stood by tho dnorslde look Ing very foolish, I dare say, for I knew not whnt to do with myself. My legs encased In the tow breeches felt ns rf they were on fire. I snw thnt most of the village hoys wore bought-eclothes nnd fine boots. I looked down nt my own leather nnd wns n tower of shmno on n foundation of Sally Dunkellierg Rrensed ctTwhlde. came In with some other girls nnd pretended not to see me. That was the hardest blow I suffered. Among the handsome, boys of tho village was Henry Wills tho boy who had stolen my watermelon. I had never forgiven hlm for that tir for the killing of my. little hen. The bell rang nnd wo marched Into the big room, while n fat girl with crinkly hair played on n melodeon. Henry ami nnother boy tried to shove tne out of line mid n big paper wad struck the side of my head as wo woro rinrchlng In nnd after wo were seated , a freckled girl In n red 'Ircss made n face nt me. It wnsf on tho whole, the unhapplest day of my life. During recess I slapped a boy's fnco for calling me a rabbit and the two dXhers who enme to help him went away full of fear mdonlshinent, i' rid for I hod tho strength of a young moose In me thoso dnys. After that they began to mnko friends with me. In the uoon hour n man camo to me In ho schoolyard with a aubtiena for the examination of Amos Grlmahaw nnd explained Its meaning. While I was talking with tilts man Sully pasted mo walking with another girl and said : "Hallo, Itartl" I observod that Henry Wills joined them and walked down the street nt the side of Sally. I got tny first pang of Jealousy then. When school was out' that nftor-noo- n Mr. Hacket said I could hnvc an hour to see tho sights of tho village, ho I setj ut, feeling much depressed. 1 walked towanl tho house of Mr. Wright and saw hlm digging potatoes In the garden and went In. I knew thai he wns my friend. "Well, ltBrt, how do you llko school ?" he asked. "Not very well," I answered. "Uf courtoo not I It's new to you now, and you miss your aunt nnd You'll mako Stick to It. uncle. friends and get Interested before long." "I want to go home," I declared. "Now let's look at tho compass," ho suggested. "You're lost for a minute, and like ull lost people you're heading the wrong wuy. Don't lie misled by . n d cross-eyed-- lao MR. LODGE AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS (Contlnned from pig One) Scvm THE LIGHT IN THE IRVING UIH IIOtDEtJ. mriovzD uffiroiM mTEirUTioiut nt his hans. " ELEARINI? BACHELLEPw AUTHOt Mimmm f expect unlry linil reason nntl right lo from hlm. A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT Mr. Lodge wns ono of tlio most anient advocates of tlio departure froni Iraditlon nt the time of tho Spanish war nnd ngalnsl tlio counsel SUiWSaiOOL Lesson tUy V.. rlghi rtKV I li KIlZWATKIt. I) D., Tmclifr of EiikIIkIi llllilf In Hie Mnojy III hie Institute of fhli no I lulu hj Wnlrrn Of D"R1 ANp I. Of THE MtSStO KUPINO UP VITH LttZiE. ETC, ETC tmiL Bit, egmMi Kmrnouivwran itvwa sterna GYNOP8I8. CIIAPTRtl I llnrlon llaynes, orphan, taken to It vo with hi uncle, l'onbody Ilsynts, unci Ills Aunt Donl on n fftrm on lUttleroail In a neighborhood cnlleil I.lck. Ityspllt, nbout tho year IMS. Iiarton meets Bally Ihinkelberif, about tils own nice, but oclatly of a diss nbovo the llayncscs, and Is fssclnaUd by the pretty fare f and nne clothes, I imp " "m. JCHAlTnit Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amos' Urlmsliaw, younK on of tho richest man In the township. Is r visitor nt the llaynrs home, and Moving Kato tells tho fortunes of lha'two txjys, predicting a bright future for Ilnr-to- n and death on the sallows for Amos. Itrproved for an act of boylih mischief Iiarton run nwuy. Intendlne to mako his In reaches homo with the IHinkelberiri. the vlll.ige of Canton and falls Into n alepp of exhaustion on n porrn. There he I found by Hllns Wright, Jr., prominent man In public nffnlr. who, knowing l'eabocy llnyns, take Iiarton homo after buying him new clothes. 1 rtnn m"ta I Saw a Face and Figure Behind the Grated Door of One of These Cells. CHATTim and hi undo and aunt visit Canton and hear tillas Wright read a sermon. Im Wright evinces CIIAPTRIt muc h Interest In tlartnn, and tends a box of books and magazlima to ths llayne home The eleiilon of Bil.ta Wright Id tho United fitutes senate Is announced. IV-RI- ' CirAPTKn Iiarton Is twelve of tlie ? rears old ho be. nines of a v.iHktrful and mysterious power known as "Money," ami I earn bow, 'through bis of that thing (Irlinshaw la lit moat powerful and finally dreaded Minn In the community, most uf tlw settlers being In his debt After a visit to the Usynes home n not In n sealed enlr. Wright velop Hlilrh Us r Ion Is to read on ths first night when he leavw home to lien nri joekin won-rierf- figure In the dim candle light, behind the grated door of one of these cells. How lonely nnd dejected and helpless was the expression of that figure The sheriff went to tho door nnd unlocked It. "Hello, Grlmshnw," ho said sternly. "Step out here." It nil went to my heart the manners of the sheriff, so like the cold Iron of his keys nnd doors the dim candle light, the pnle, frightened youth who walked toward us. Wo shook his hand nnd he said that he was glad to see us. I saw the scar under Ids left ear and reaching out upon his cheek, which my stone hnd made, and knew that he bore the murk of Cain. He asked If he could see me alone nnd the sheriff shook his head and said 1 Ait-te- school. tn mill urrlves safely, but drive a In a snowstorm, uiuilili- - to the road, the Ihiikim get Into the ditch and wheel of the wagon la btoken. IJnel I'canndy managrs to get together enough to satisfy arlmsliaw and obtain an exUnslori. CIiAITKtt ld VI-nr- ton Is nskej to 11 tn CUATTFtt VII-N- or In Ilk alsteanth year lUrton a oni antes "Mr. I'utvhs," the hired njan, to tiiu poetotrtce at Canton. On tB way they met a rl.l. r, and the three journey together. They at held up by a m in with a gun, who makes the highwayman's demand of. "Your money ur yitr life." l'url rtrfis away, while the stranger draws a pistol, but before he an una It the robber shoots, and kills him. throw him riarton's hor and runs awav. As the murderer bends over the stranger iiarton throws a stone which be observes woanda the thl&f, who off nt once, but not until lUrtotl IriKkes that his gun stock wan broken iwullar manner, flanrch of the neighborhood for the rubber unavailing and the stranger Is buried. I rend the words over and over again, li nt knew not their flirty nml slowly I (tot rendy for bed. Tho noise of tile village challenged my rur ttftiT I hud put out my caudle. Thero were many burking ilogs. Some, horsemen p.Med, wlth'n crenklng of saddle Icnther, followed by u wngnn. Soon I luunl running feet and eager volet. I riMio nnd looked out of tlio open window. .Men wore hurrying , I down tin' street with luntcriH. "IIo's tlio son o' Hon Grlnikdinw," 1 licnrd ono of Ilium snylng. "They caught 111 in liuck In tlio south woods yesterday. Tlio sheriff suld that ho' tried to run awny when hu saw 'era j I coming." What wok tho meaning of this? What had Amos Grliuslmw boon do-- 1 Ing? I trembled as I cot back Into bed I cannot oven now explain why, but Ions iiko I gnvo up trying to fathom tho depths of tho human nplrlt with an Inllnito sen beneath It crossed by subtle tides and currents. Wo sco only tho straws on tho surface. I was up nt daylight nnd Mr. Ilackct camo to my door while I was dressing, "A merry day to you 1" he exclaimed. "I'll await you below and Introduco you to tho humble herds and Hocks of u schoolmaster." I went with him while ho fed his chickens and two small shotes. I milked tho cow for him, and together wo drove her back to tho pasture. Then we split gome wood nnd filled tho boxes by the fireplace nnd tho kitchen Btoro mid raked up the leaves In the dooryard and wheeled them awtiy. "Now you know tho duties o' your office," said tho schoolmaster as wo 1 I to breakfast. We sat down at the tnblo with the family uud I drew out my letter from tno senator and gavo It to Mr. Hacket to read. "Tho senator I flod prosper hlm I I heard that ho camo on the Phituhurg stage last night," ho sold as he began the rending an announcement which caused me and tho children to clap our hands with Joy. Mr. I tucket thoughtfully repeated tho wonts from Job with a most Impressive Intonation. Ho passed tho tetter back to mo and said: "All true) I tiavo seen It sinking Into the bones o' tho young and I tiavo Been It lying down with tho aged In tho dust f their graves. It is u big book the ono wo nro now opening, nod help ust It has more pages than ull tho days o' your life. Just think o' your body. A bruvo nnd tender youth I It Is like n sponge, now it takes things In un' holds ,'em an feeds upon 'em I A part o' every upplo yo eat sinks down Into yer blood an' bones. Yo can't get It out. It's the same way with tho books yo read an' the thoughts yo enjoy. They go down In went ' ' senator." The schoolmaster and I went over to Mr. Wright's house a white, frame building which hnd often been pointed out to me, lady who Mrs. Wright, a met us at tlio door, said that the senator had gone over to the mill with tils wheelbarrow. "We've plenty of tlrao and wo'lt wait for hlm," said the schoolmaster. "I seo hlm I" snld little John as tie and Itntli ran to the gate and down the rough plunk walk to meet him. Wo suw him coming u little way s down the street In his ylth lit w barrow la front of hlm. Ila stepped and lifted llttlo John In his arms, nnd after a moment put him down and embraced ltutli. "Well, I seo yo still lovo tho tender emhrnco o' the wheelburrow," said Mr. Hacket as wo approached Jho senator. shirt-sleeve- With Him While He Fed Hit Chickens and Two Small Shotei. into yer Indies nn Je can't get 'em out. That's why I like to think o'- - Michael Henry. Ills food Is good thoughts and Ida wine Is laughter. I had n long visit iwltfl Jt. II. Inst night when ye wen- nil in ImhI. Ills faro was a chunk o' laughter, oh, what a, limb h is I I vtinh I could full y nil tho good thing hp said." There romtro C'oIomI Hand," said Mrs. Hacket as she looked out of Uie window. "Tho poor lonely VlHg! He lias nothing to do thefo thiyg. but sit a round the tavern." Qolonel Hand yas n man lx'yond middle ae, with largo eye tlHlt showed lgn of illgaljmtlnii. lie had a small, dark tuft beneath hit lower lip and thin, blgck, untidy lmlr. "What tin ye think has happened?" he asked as he looked down upon tit with a majestic movement of his hand 'The son o' that old Utickttill, Uen (rlmslmw, has been arretted and broiicht to Jail for murder." "For murder!" asked Mr. and Mre. Hacket In one breath. "for bloody murder, sir," the colonel went on. "It was the shooting of that mini In the town ' Ilnllyheen n few weeks ngo. Things have come to a pretty pas In this country, I should sny. Talk nbout law nntl order; .we don't know what It mentis here nnd why Miould wo? Tho party In powot Is avowedly opposed to It yes, sir. It has, fattened upon bribery niul corruption. Po you think that the son o1 Hen OrlmMinw will receive punishment even If ho Improved guilty? Xol at all. He will bo protected you mark my wonts." Ho bowed nnd left us. When the door hnd closed behind hlm Mr. Huckel M'ld: "Another victim horned by the Snapdragon! If a man were to be slain by a bear back In the woods Colonel Hand would look for guilt In the opposition party. Mlcliael Henry, whatever tho truth may bo regarding tlio poor boy In Jail, wo' nro In no way responsible. Away with sadness I What Is that?" Mr. Hacket Inclined his enr nnd then added: "Mlcliael Henry says thnt ho mny be Innocent nnd that wo had better go nnd see If wo can help him. Now 1 hadn't thought o that Had you. Mary?" "No," the girt answered. "We must ho letting Mlko go ahead of us always," said tier father. "You saw the crime, I believe," turning to me. I told them nil I knew of It. "Upon my, word, I like you, my brnvo lnd," said the schoolmaster. "I heard of all lids, nnd decided that you would bo a help tn Michael Henry nnd a creditable student. Come, let us go uud pay our compliments to tho I Vcnt - sternly: "Against tho rules." "Amos, I've n boy o' my own nn' I feel for ye," snld the schoolmaster. "I'm going to come here, now and then, to cheer ye up and bring ye some books to rend. If there's any word of advice I can give yc let me know. Have ye n lawyer?" y "There's ono coming tomorrow." say a word about the case, "Don't boy, to anyone but your lawyer mind that" y mirly-lookln- g 1'orgetrwhat yoirwnnt to do and think of what we want you to do. We want you to make a man of jo'uielf. You must do It for the sako of tho.se dear people who have dono so much for you. The needle points towiird tho schoolhouso yonder." He w tilt on with Ids work, nnd as 1' walked away1 I understood Unit tho needle he referred to was my conxcltUhnoKg. I went .about my chores. Thero was tOfbe no more wavering In my conduct. At tho supper table Mr., Hacket kept us laughing with songs and Jests and htcrles. Tho boy John, having been reproved for tupld eating, hurled Ids spoon upon tho floor. "Those In favor of his punishment will please say nyo?" said tho school- science. Hoover to Control $100,000,000. Washington. Herbert C. Hoover has been appointed by l'resldent Wilof the son to be Director General American ttellef Administration created under the new 00,000,000 Kuro-peu- n funilne relief bill, with full authority to direct the furnishing of foodstuffs uud other' urgent supplies purchased out of the relief fund and to arrange for their transportation, distribution uud administration. Mr. Hoover, who already hud been made Director General of uilled relief uudur He spoko In u low, solemn tone. the commission bitting lu I'urls, ulso which Impressed rue deeply ns ho put was given full power by tho l'resldent a lighted caudlo In tho hand of tho to deterailue to which of the populaschoolmaster. lie led us through a tions named In tho relief bill tho s door Into u narrow corridor. He thrust shall bo furnished uud In what u big key Into the lock of u heavy Iron to arrange for grating nnd threw It open and bado us quantities. He also Is as possible, us reimbursement, so far step In. Wo entered an provided In the relief uct d room with u number of t, d sup-pilestone-floore- master. 1 remember that wo had a divided house on that Important question. Tho schoolmaster said: "Michael nenry wishes, hlm to be forgiven on promise of better conduct, but for tho next offenso ho shall rldo tho badger." This meant lying for a painful moment across his father's knee. The promise wns given and our merrymaking resumed. Tho district attorney, whom Ihad met before, cuiiio to sue me after supper and asked more questions mid advised mo to. talk wltti no onu nbout tho shooting without his consent. Soon ho went away, nnd after I had learned my lessons Mr. Hacket said: "Let us walk up to tho Jail and spend a few minutes with Amos." Wo hurried to tho Jail. Tho sheriff, stern-faceman, admita stout-builted us. "Can we seo tho Orlmshaw boy?" Mr. Ilackct Inquired. "I guess so," ho answered as be lazily rose from Ids chair and took down n bunch of lurgo keys which had been hanging on tho wull. "Ills father, has Just left." ' ' Wo left him and went to our homo and beds, 1 to peud half the night thinking of my dlncovery, since which, for souio .reason, 1 hud no doubt of tho guilt of Amos, hut I spoke not of it to nnyono and tho secret worried me. Next morning on my way to school I passed n scene more strange and memorable than any, in tny long I saw tho shabby figure of old IJenJamln Grlmshuw walking In the side path. His hands were in his pockets, his eyes bent upon tho ground, his litis moving us If he were In deep thought Itovlug Kate, the ragged, silent woman who, for tho fortune of Amos, had drawn a gibbet, tho shadow of which was now upon him, walked slowly behind tho money lender pointing at him with her bony forefinger. Her stern .eyes watched him us the cat watches when Its prey Is near It. She did not notice me. Silently, her feet wrapped In rags, she walked behind tho man, always pointing at him. When he stopped she stopped. When ho resumed his slow progress she followed. It thrilled me, partly because I had begun to bellevo In tho weird, mysterious power of tho Silent Wom-nI hud twenty minutes to spare end so I turned Into the luujn street bi hind and close by thehi. I saw him stop and buy some crackers and nn npplo and a piece of cheese. Meanwhile she stood pointing at him. Ho saw, but gave no heed to tier. Ho walked along the street lu front of the stores, 6117 following as before. How patiently she followed I I started for the big schoolhouso and a number of boys Joined mo with pleasant words, Sally ran past us with thnt lowlived Wills boy, who carried her books for her. His father had gone Into tho grocery business and Henry woro boughten clothes. I couldn't tell. Sally how mean he was. I was angry and decided not to speak to her until slio spoko to me. I got along better In school, although thero was soma tit tering when I recited? probably be-- . n. cause I had a brouder dialect and bigger boots than tho boys In tlio village, (Continued next week.) of his colleague Srnntor Hoar fin favored tlio acquisition of the Philippine Islands niul spoko for the of the United Stales into the affairs of Hie world ns n "world On many occasions thnt l ower." cnire up his nllilinlo was tlio same. He wonted I lie United Slates to hnvn n pari, lu the Congress nt Algeciras winch dealt with the nmlillion of Germany, I'rance nnd Spain in Morocco; ho wanted tho United Slates Id mlervene in behalf of tho Jews' in lltimanla; ns Into as Inst December lie said in the Snnato "Wo enn-nleave I he Jugo-Slav- s, the the Poles, the Lithuanians, and the other states wo hop'e lo see forward and marching on the path of progress and development, Ho never unaided nnd alone." fiesilnled lo suggest that tlio United States Intervene lo separate Constantinople from Turkey,' to create the independent states of Armenia and Palestine; '(0 demand the return of Sle.swiek to Denmark; and to eonipell tho neutralization of tho Kiel Canal. Surely tlicso propositions were enough of a makeover of the mnp of Europe by our aid to" (e going somewhat away from tho traditional. Hut more than that Mr. Lodge espoused the cause of a League of Nation heforo President Wilson himself had declared for it In an address lo Union College In 1915 J.Ir. LrTdge said: 'The great nations must he so united as to bo nhle to say to any single country, you must not sto to war nnd Uiey can only say that offeclive.ly when tho country desiring war knows that llm forco which tlio united nations places behind pence is irresistible. "It may seem uUipian at this moment to suggest a union of civilized nalfons in order to put controlling force behind the maintenance of peaoo, and inhpjjnatinnnl order, hut it is along thfs path Ithnt we musl travel if wo arc to attain- - in any mauro to tho end we all ilogire of pence upon onrth?' And agnin in 19IG he said: "I know the tlimcul- ties which arise when we speak of anything which eeni3 to involve an alliance. Hut I do not believe that Washington when ho warned ngninsl entangling alliances meant for one moment that we should not join with other civilized nations of the world if a method could be fo'ind to diminish war and en courage penre." "The limit of vol untary arbitration has, I think, been ' reached. I think the next stop is that which this league proposes and that is lo put forco behind inter national peace. We may not solve it in that way, but if wo cannol solve it in that way it can bo solved in no other." N'ow I ask what are wo to think of Mr. Lodge's present attitude. Three explanations only arc possible. Hither ho has changed his mind, as ho has a perfect right to .do or ho is playing politics and is showing peak at I he President's indopendonco of tho Senate; or ho is still an essential belrfver in tho League of Nations and is seeking a revision and im provement of tlio plan. Let us hope that the latter is tho truo oxplana (ion. It is tho most consistent ono: it is most in keeping with' tho character of tho Senator. It would lake away much of tho anxiety that friends of tho Leaguo liavo if thoy knew that he has not passctl over lo tho opposition when by rights the President should expect his most loyal support in a mcasuro so far reaching in its import. As a constructive critic socking to im- provo the plan for a Leaguo of Na lions Senator Lodgo could bo most helpful nnd effective- - As a do strtictivo critic ho would sink from the piano of a statesman to that of a petty politician. ntl-an- ee ol -- f.pl I IIK'O.1 LESSON FOR MARCH 23 ISRACt WARNED AGAINST PROMISE. (liny be used with Temperance Applications corrupt Hood murals -- I Corinthians li 23. AflDITIONAI. MATKIUA- L- Numbers l:l-- ; Judges- - 2il-Jnshua 9.1-2- COM- I.K8SON OOI.OKN Ti:.T-Joh- u TKXT Kvll comtmnlonshlps S CnloKSlans 2.S. TOPIC-l.ov- lns 3 TOPIC-8tand- God --Jixtiua 24. rillMAItY and obeying up for the company lng Jt'NIOH right INTKRMEDIATK TOPIC - DanRerous knowing flint his life was tne n close, summoned lenders of Israel to appear before hlm. He knew the tendencies which the nation wns developing nnd the peril which fared It as his leadership was coming to mi end. Ills Jenlnuiy for God and solicitude for them prompted hlm to assemble them and point out the great dangers which confronted them. I. A Review of What God Had Done CS1:.'I. 4). 1. God had fought Israel's battles (v. .1). He gave them victory over the strong nations which Inhabited Striking evidences of this nro the capture of .lerlflio nnd.vlctory nt Gllieon when the sun stood still nt Joshua's command. This victory hud been secured quickly, which Indicates thnt God had Interposed In their be' half. 2. God by the hand of Joshua hnd apportioned the land niuong the tribes (v. 4) for nn inheritance. In chapter 24 Joshua reh"nrsfls the wonderful things God had done for tho nation down extending Abraham from throtlghthe ages. II. Points Out the Promise's as Yet ' Unfulfilled (23:1111)). 1. "Ho shall 'expel them before you" (v. B). The fictuul possession which God hod given was the pleilge tl'iit he would give them full possession God's promise wns the gtmrnntee of this. In ierfMri.iuneo ..view of God's fnltlifuf of nil his promise there sh inlil' be no room for doubt. 'J. "One man of ymi pliull i lnse n this thousand" (y. 10). Tv i" """ nl.l tight wiib bectijtisi' th" toril find for them. To have tie t.nl ti lit for us Is to have the nssttrmire of letifry regardless ?t how few or how many. 3. The condition upon which these promises would be ronllied. (1) "He very. courageous" (v. 0). At n time like this It required courage to look to (2) God for nil the untlon's needs. "Keep mid do all that Is Vrlttcn In the law of Moses" (v. 0). Fidelity to Turning God's , law was essentlnl. nlilo lu any particular would forfeit their elnltns upon him. (3) "Keep (v. 7). aloof from the Cnnannltes" This separation was to obtain with reference to (n) mnrrlnge among them (4) Cleavo (h) Idolatrous customs. wholly unto God (v. 8). III. Solemn Warnings Issued (23: drawing to Jnhun, 1. Take good heed that you love God sincerely (v. 11). Love to God Is the sum totnl of duty townnl him. 2. Refrain from Intermarriage nmnng the Cannnnltes (v. 12). For God's people to Intermarry among the heathen Is to set In motion Inlluences which would Issue In confusion and disaster. 3. God will make the heathen-snare- s, traps nnd scourges Instead of giving victory over them x(v. 13), 4. Kvll things will come upon them Just ns good things had been done for them even to their destruction (v. 15). 5. The wrath of God kindled against them (v. 10). Peace and Righteousness. Righteousness means victory with the helo of tho Spirit of God over ourselves, over our Inclinations, our our tempers, our whole slnfnl natures. Tltero ls no peace without victory In the splrltunl life, and I nra Inclined to think that Ileitis good between men and nations. Thero Is no pence until righteousness Is done. Tho Prophet said: "They hnve healed also the hurt of my people slightly, saying Pence. Pence, when there Is no pence." There must be righteousness toward God nnd our fellowmen If there Is to be pence and good will on earth. If We Suffer. pns-slon- s. "If we suffer, we shall also reign with him." says' St. Paul. What a crown Is that for this, O suffererl "Thy pains nnd sickness are all cured ; thy body shall no more burden thee with weakness and weariness; thy aching head and heart, thy hunger and thirst, thy sleep and labor, are all gone. Oh. what a mighty change Is this which shines as the brightness of the firmament I" Baxter. God's Will. CHIEF OF ALIEN PROPERTY Man-agln- Frederick J. Home Appointed Director of Custodian's Office o at Washington. 10. AppointMarch Wnshlngton, ment of Frederick J. Homo ns director of tho alien property custodian's olllce. to succeed J. Lion- berger Davis of St Louis, who recent-lMr, reslcned. was announced. Home formerly wus vice president of tho New York Trust compuny, nnd has served as director of the bureau of trusts of the custodian's olllco for the man-m-iii- ff The kingdom of heaven Is not come even when God's will Is nur law. It Is come when God's will Is our will. When God's will Is our low, we are but a kind of noble slaves. When his will Is our will, we are free children. ' George Mncdonald. Follow Jesus Only. Let this be thy whole endeavor, this thy prayer, this thy desire that thou nisycst ho stripped of ull selfishness, follow and with entlro simplicity Jesus only, Thomas a Kempls. last year. makers after July Brewers to Make Candy. Huston, March 10, Ilrewers of this city are planning to becomo cundy 1. Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN March 13, 1010. ' r jThe Leonard llohinson loharco beds. of Ilerea Is working third trick operator at Shearer anil boarding nt Flanlgan. Edd Mcintosh of litis place received word one day last week thai his father in Ksttll county L. 11 was very III with Influenza. No eorrpondnc publlihrd unlrti lnfH In full by th writer. Th nm McKlip'.lo made a business trip lo n rtUtnce of ood faith. Writ plilolr. li not for publication, but Robert Saturday. Wlnohoslcr Herrnfl who has been ill for several past two weeks. Ho is feeling very months fis reported no bettor at JACKSON COUNTY well, considering his ago 83 years. this writing. Mrs. Nannlo Mc- Housley Fork Mrs. .Martha l.utos, widow of H.jKinzie received a mcssago staling Tho Housley Fork, March 10. Hessio Thomas, nro nil get- Lutes, died several days ago and her jmt T nce,, pcoplo n,,,j Houso had died Sunday, g, except remains wero laid to rest in ntthr-writrnting belter Cano cemetery. She was n March t. with measles. Miss Bessie old aunt Nnncy Abrnms. Sho Is Scaffold -. i .. seventeen years old: n a very t'.lirisllan woman, a kiiui ueignuor, wns The flu look very poorly. know her. good, kind girl, and loved by all heavy loll here, leaving two homes and liked by all who around who knew her. She leaves a father, Jennie Hcnge. She wns tho oldest woman without n mother. Hobert mother, three sisler.s and three 81 years of age. ln're ,wlfo of Kverelt Bongo, died Febrto the U. S. brothers and a host of relatives uary I. Irnrw Ihreo ."mall Linville has moved There frj,.nds lo mourn her loss. She Berry farm near Conway. r, ch'ihTren, and father, mother, of flu near this Wns laid to rest in the family bury- and husband to mourn for her. are a few cases Mrs. Alexander of near place. piol m,aP V House. Sho was laid lo rest at Klrhy Knob. Cane died March 1, nfler.an precious one from us is gone, Mr?. Alice Henge died February Scaffold illness of several years. Tliougn sue A voro wc loved is stilled. Sho was laid to rest at Pilot 22. medical aid none' A place Is vacant in our homes Shtwlearrs-- n' husband and had the best of Knob.. .'. . .. . iriKid: nt- Inst tier . X. i Which never can ho (Hind. uymg- annmixl lii iln nnv Jiinrrviuniren neninu. mil ner 'Ihwase ran into what is called God In His wisdom has recalled words U.Ucm were. "Put your trust ended, Tho boon His lovo has given, Mar- - black erysipelas which soon In God and He will save." Her life. Sho leaves a husband and And tho the body moulders here garel Henge has been slaying with o The soul is safo in heaven." L. W. Van- - "Ino children besides a host mother this week. her Sho um Winkle filled his regular appoint- - friends lo mourn her bss. Christian hearted lady. Her OWSLEY COUNTY menl at Kirby Knob Saturday and conversation, Scoville Sunday. -Tchurch at this place a'ly walk and Godly I here has, A rovlvnl was sullicient proof. . Scoville. March 0. ,ii,i n. t..... m- - itr,ii,, .,, hip began at Cliffy. Saturday women die around Scaf- tlie Uh Sunday in ",(,n them this year; foltl Cano in 1910 lult only 0110 ni8t. March 1, conducted by tho tho month ' William Anderkin n,,Vs. Messrs. Irall and Itedman. . caused by llu. B on purchased a nice work horse from ti,0 ynut)g folks enjoyed a candy We are having Major Gadd. Hond. March 8. H. C. Rowlctt is plan- - ,,iiing at Hamp Ross' last Satur- mis ui rain aim laimers aro num., nnp lo saw si,,ngt.3 car m Home. ,ay ,,1,1. Willie Judd and torn G. C. Den- very liltlc plowing. jiist Saturday was call day at ny wi, i,aV(. (bo measles arc im lun-.iu-j i., iviuni.-.mi scuiToiti cano and tlio vpic was ior rroving. Walter Mainous' son, una Pi.iwu uuiii i.. . . luiuu n.0v. F p. nryant, or uaricrs- - Hugh, has the measles; other mem- in Franco; also Harry Mcdlock, John ,,een fami, ,iaven.t (nken f t, vic Tllcre ,,as .. verv lillIe b I .. 1. Tl n ' a,mI tmmn r, tl.. .... roac,jnR at Scaffold Cano for tlie n,em. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Main arrived last nigbt at this placo from ,K18i sjx months, on account of llu.' 0us and ehlldnvi Saturday H. h. layior was elect- over seas. npmoII,i)or u,e road tax to bo jBilt nnd Sunday with Mrs. Main- cdiasiBaiumaycuairman oi wiuc.t- - V0,C(, March ,5. nmi CVcryliody go(OU9' fatlioi-- . Alec Mclntirc, or Duck lional Division No. 3. Mr. Taylor an( volo f()p the ,ax an(1 pel Slalc Crcpk w(nn and family is trustee or Pigeon floost schoo- l- aj(1- t ?atur(Iay nipi,t an,i Slin(ay u- w Buppiy ui Cooksburg with his parents on Hetty Bowman snocs anu urygoon. anu reports Cooksi,Urg, Mar. 11. Much farm- Willfe Kincoid, who has returned prices lower man incy nave ueen ,np jA pojn(. 0 jn thi3 vicinity. rrom over seas and has been dis-rm. Turner and Married, recently, Estil VanZanl or charged, months. arrived homo Monday ramilyarrived here from West Vir- - lis ,npp toMis3 ncltio pjgg at ni,.,t. s. C. ComolL who sold pinia. lucsciay. uiey will niaKo. n:,.llinnilIi. nUn Snm sincininn and fnrm in ini Mnriin r n.dlv A series their homo at this place. Miss Virgie Durham. Wo wish bow Bowman last fall, moved to Cov' of meetings were begun at Annville couples happiness and success thru Creek this week and Joel has moved last night at the Baptist church. life. Mrs. C. L. Thomas has been t0. bis place. Wo aro sorry to lose G. W. Cook has arrived from over suffering with laprippc.for the past Miss Edna such good neighbors. seas and is now in New Jersey. His two weeks. Little Conrad Thomas,, ju,i,i jg visiting lior sister, Mrs. many friends aro anxiously await- son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas, i're, Wilder, or Winchester. Mrs. Mr. found a box with four dynamite ing to welcome him home. iviiiert Wilder and children of and Mrs. Richard Brewer of Middlo-for- k caps in it and put it in tho lire anil Jackson are visiting her parents visited the. former's parents put a shovel or hot embers on it. and oilier relatives at this place. near here Saturday and Sunday. They exploded at once and cut him Dr. Andy Hamilton or Jacks.on coun-i- n Tom Kidd is "selling out" at this many places; but none happened (y iias been doing dental work at placo lo move to Louisville. Mrs. to bo fatal. The home of Mrs.'Xjec Bond's on Buck Creek, last Mollio Webb and her brother, L. T. Lewis Owens, 'formerly Mrs. Arch week and this. A number of pcoplo Medlock, visited relatives in this McGuire, was made happy on the 0f this placo have had work done. vicinity last week. Mrs. Webb 28th or February by her soven sons Earnestville moved lo Mt. Vernon from hero and one daughter returning honw F.arncstsille, March 10. Several a few years ago and her many One daughter was not present on attended Circuit Court at Boone-aecou- nt friends wclcomo her in our inid3t d. of tho illness of her bus-- 1 ville Ial wepk. Mrs. a A. again. Henry Davidson. They were i)ard visited her parents at Lite the as follows: Mason McGuire, who has past week. Mrs. Fannie Tackett ROCKCASTLE COUNTY been in Arkansas for twelve years; departed Ibis life Sunday, March !). Louis McGuire. or Langford; WashJ arter somo days of illnoss from in- Conway Conway, March 10 Tho Rev. Mr. McGuire, or vviluio; Leslio Mcuuire, Hiienza and pneumonia, leaving n Gooch filled his regular appoint- - or Goochland; Charles and Logan husband, six children, rather and ment at Fair View Baptist church McGuire, of Cooksburg; Garrett Mc- -j mother, ono brother, and many rcl- e Sunday. U. S. Guire, of Dayton, O.; Mrs. Same atives anil friends to mourn her . t nurry nas inovru 10 !nis larm in Owens, of Cooksburg. The night loss. Miss Clara Gabbard was tho was spent with much joy; the guest or her cousin. Nannie Friday. wero fried, stowed and, hard, last week. Rev. Randall Caliban of Vir- C A. Gabbard ; r i ..!!! and liltlu sister. Nettie, visited V. T. Huiiii is visumff ins Droineiv t oo boiled and baked in a pie. Aunt jgoHhaHf James Brooks has been James Johnson who was sawing ror Thomas Saturday night. doing some carpenter work for J. R. S'. S. Griffin was stricken with Elizabeth Spivey died at her home Hays. Prof. G. D. Smith of rtich- - smallpox Saturday and roturnedi n0ar Travelers' Hest Saturday night, mond is In town on business. Misi homo Sunday to Hamilton, 0. Thei March 8, nfter a long illness and n Lottio Dalton, whH in school at llu epidemic has disappeared in this long life. She was tho oldest womSaturday and Sunday were an in this community. Berea College, was witli homcfolks paft. over Sunday. There has been no regular church days at Covo Ridge. Conkling Sunday-schoat Conway this win- - Services wero condculed by tho Ballard Conkling, March 8. ler, but hope ono will bo reorgan- - Rev. Dillard Parker, Bowles who has been in. Franco for ized soon. Goochland James S. Stnilh and sovoral months has been discharged Wo aro from tho army and nrrived homo wifo of Indiana who have been vis.1 Goochland, March 10. iting relatives around Conway havo having some , very cold, rainy Sunday. Edgar Cook, traveling returned home. Tho roads aro in weather at present, which will salesman for Arnold, Hamilton & a worso condition tWrTrtnter than throw tho farmers behind, with Company, of Richmond, slopped over, on account of so muoh haul- - their work. Tho flu has about over night with J. W. Anderson ing. Thero aro two saw mills, two died out in this section after having Monday of this week. Claronco grist mills, and two stores, nil doing caused a great many deaths. Ellen Roberts and Miss Louisa King wero a good business. Thero will ho Strunk's barn caught on flro last married Thursday. Miss Fannlo preaching nt tho M. E. church next Saturday by somo unknown cause Bowles camo home from Berea FriWillie Smith day' to soo her brother who has reSunday, by tho pastor, tho Rev. E. O. and burned down. Rico. Everybody invited 4tTTome. has arrived homo from France, turned fiom Franco. Eld. J. W. which mado his parents proud and' Anderson left Friday for his regu Rnnkfnrrt Han and l'eto Gabbard lar appointment nt Liberty church Rookford, March 0. Wo aro '"Upy. having somo very windy nnd rainy nr Planning lo raise a bumper Ewell Day has in Estill county. at this time. Very Mile ll!,cco croP l,lis 'cnr- - Wo wlsh sold his farm to Acrh Tyree. who plowing has been clono nround hero. them success in their undertaking. will movo to hts now homo soon. nnd son, Our friend. Mr, GatllfT, who lately Mrs. Emily McCollum CLARK COUNTY moved In this locality has dono conCharloy, pold two flnri slncks" or Flanagan hay to Lyttlo brothers for $80.00. siderable plowing; ho seems to bo Wo aro Ralph Wilson camo homo from Flanlgan, March 10. a good oxamplo lo go by. Miss Ruby Stephens is visiting at Rock-fo- having somo very nice weather at Jackson last week. Charley Burch'3 today. Tho farmers aro very family havo measles. Mrs. Lizzio Druid io Todd lias present. been Playing nt J. W. Todd's for tho busy plowing anil preparing lo burn Thomas Is on the sick list nt present. Cbarlio Blako Is visiting his Boh Combs aunt at Richmond. nnd family havo moved to Buffalo. -- Dennis Wadlo and son aro clearing for W. J. Blako. Jim Carroll, son of W. C. Carroll, returned homo Charlio from tho army Saturday. Williams Is working for Emerson Holcornb. John Williams and Returns to its before-the-wKnsh McCollum look their timber to market Thursday. high standard of quality East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else FAIRVIEW The Home of "Vatican," "Bermuda Girl" and the Famous "Nell" AT AUCTION ON ..... thof jn i Wednesday, March 19, 1919 at 10:00 o'clock a. m., on the premises I will ofTer for sale for James J. Nenle, this fine farm of two hundred and two and one half acres, situated on the Lexington Pike (Dixie Highway), about one and one half miles from the City limits of Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky. This farm is known all over the United States as the home of Vatican, the great sire a with and Nell, the first mare to produce five trotters in the 2.10 class, including two world records to her credit, and nermuda Girl, a Futurity winner in the nineties. It is within one and one half miles of Richmond, a city which has always been noted for its morality, its culture and its wealth. Educational facilities are unbounded The Eastern Kentucky State Normal School, Madison I nstitute, and two large make it an educational center. the right side, because The farm faces on the Dixie Highway from the south side the prevailing winds are from the south and the dust always goes the other way, and the afternoon shade will always be on the front porch. There is no better land in the Bluegrass, and real Bluegrass land will continue to go up for years, because it is limited in amount and is considered the most productive land in the world. Everybody wants a piece of Bluegrass land. It is known all over the world. It will raise cot n, tobacco, hemp, wheat, oats, rye, truck garden anything that grows in a moderate climate. It produces the Kentucky thorough-bred- , export fine hogs, sheep, and develops them to perfection. cattle, am going to sell this farm for the high dollar, and if you want land, Come and see this. Hell-VarHigh-Schools 1 .8h bro-the- ,i - ho 'r 1 .! s ... TO SEE IT IS TO WANT IT For the benefit of those who want a home and are unable to buy the whole tract, it will be offered in tracts, and then as a whole. But where will you ever again find a more beautiful place for a home than on these small tracts? Tract 1. 30 acres, unimproved, facing on the Dixie Highway, a beautiful building site, adjoining the land of Mrs. II. B. Hanger. Tract 2. 30 acres, unimproved, facing the Dixie Highway, another beautiful site, adjoining the above tract. Tract 3. 60 acres upon which is located a tennant house, Jargc barn with silo, which can be used for either stock or tobacco barn. This tract is between tract 2, and tract 4 and has an excellent site for a dwelling on the Dixie Highway. acres upon which is situated an excellent modern dwelling with water Tract 4. 82 large barn with silo, can b used foreither and lighting systems, all necessary stock or tobacco, tennant house and everything essential for a good home. This tract faces the Dixie Highway and is bounded on the north by Jacks Creek Pike. 2 , ' - or I have made many sales in Madison County, and I have never failed to sell any land I have offered. This land is up for sale to the highest bidder and its going to sell. Don't forget date: Wednerday, March 19th, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. Terms will be announced on day of sale and will be liberal. SALE HELD, RAIN OR SHINE Gab-ban- L. P. EVANS, has moved lo his placo which ho having a sale between now and recently bought of Charlos Nelson. April 1. j H. M. Curtis was witli honwlolks MADISON COUNTY over Sunday. Whilo hero he was Clay Lick summoned to serve on the grand Wo aro Clay Lrok, March 10. jury which will set next Monday. Tho construction work on the Clay having some genuine March weather Mrs. Mlko Jennings City and Lulbegrud rpad has been at present. resumed and is hcingi pushed right and three children of Carlorsville through to completion. When were the guests of Mrs. Ella Mae Mrs. Klhi fliiiished this will ho (he best road Fowler tho past week. county. Ben Curtis, Mao Fowler and Mrs. Miko Jennings in the Uncle who livos in "Possum Hollow," hns wero tlio guests of Mrs. Grace Jackson at Berea last Thursday. Miss iu it grinding on his cow peas and is now grinding on his meal instead. Joslo Chrisman, who was called Chas. Welch was in Lexington last homo on account of tho illness of Thursday to seo his wife, who is her mother, has returned to her Sam being treated at a sanitarium there. work at Battlo Creek, Mich. Willarord is very poorly at this He expects to bring her homo in Mrs. Oscar Gabbard enabout two weeks. Several tanners writing. tertained tho following to supper from Ibis vicinity have gono In tho idl fields to work tho coming seasop., last Saturday night: Miss Nannie claiming they can clear moro than Gabbard, Ola Johnson nnd Willie Miss Mary Brockman of working on tholr own farms. This Wallace. is a bad idea of the farmery, as wo Paris, Intl., who has been visiting need mnro food produced, especially her grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. GabIn ibis part of tho country. Wo bard, for tho past two weeks, has deplore tho sad news that camo in relurned to her sister's, Mrs. Mac!: Mr. and our 'last copy of Tho Citizen of tho Henderson, nt Lowell. Mrs. Stanley Fowler wero the guests burning or tho homo of our old friend and noighhor, C. A. (Boss) of his mother, Mrs. John Fowler, nt Moore. Orris Snnwden, who 4 Ilerea last Saturday night nnd SunBurt Guynn has sold his leaso forman for tho Russell Oil day. farm In Indiana and Is back In KenCompany, hns purchased a homo in Stanton and will movo thero soon. tucky for tho present. Coyle Frank Russell is spending tho Coyle, March 9. Tho liltlo sou T. Jeff Wright winter in Florida. sold his splendid farm of 200 acres, of H. G. Cox Is very sick at thif Grant Todd, who has situated on Hnrdwlck's Creek, for writing. tho neat sum or $15,000. David been with homefolks for somo time, Patrick was tho purchaser, and will hos relumed to Illinois where hi lake possession April 1. Mr. Wright will work for tho coming year. has purchased a farm of 78 acres, Miss Rada Lake visited her brother, Ednn Bishop is near Clintonvillc, for which ho pald Elgle, Thursday. $22,000. Ho will movo thorn after' visiting her aunt, Mrs. Laura Bak- ( 1 Real Estate. 1 ns I near Dreyfus. John (ilossip has sold his farm near Speedwell for 2.500. Wilho Oglesby was in Estill rounly Thur-da- y on business. Elgin Luke purchased a line cow Mr. nnd from John Lake for $75. Mrs. John Glossip visited their daughter, Mrs. Anna Lake. Sunday. Henry Simpson was called to Col- lego Hill on account of the illness ur his little r, who has measles. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Sewell ur Brasslleld visilcd lliclr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Todd. Jeff Glossip visiled his sls-le- r, Anna Lake, Thursday. er. grand-daughte- ol Droyfus Dreyfus, March 1). Wo are having somo vory rainy weather at present, whleh is delaying Iho farmers with their lohacco beds. Tin liltlo ehild or Mr. and Mrs. Guillnus Abnor, wlio has been Rick for tho past two days, was laken to tho Robinson Hospllnl S'aturday whoro they performed nn operation in tho IhronL and removed a grain of corn. We hopn Hint it will recovor soon. Luther Kimherlaln nnd Willi Robinson of this place made n business trip U Ohio' last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson visited her brother, Joo Lowis, nt Silver Crook Tuesday. Tho Row Jnmes Luns-for- d is erecting somo new bulldlngi 011 his farm wlilch ho recently purchased from Douglas Young. Mrs. Filer Tudor who was called on of the Illness nnd dealh of hor mother. Mrs. Alico Bongo, rolurncd lo her home In Hamilton, 0 Monday. . Mrs. Thomas Baker who has been very sick with influenzn Is Improving. Paul Robinson of Fort Mrllenry, N. D, wns cnlled homo this morning on account of tho sickness' In tho family of Grant Abrams. nc-oo- rd No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar IMtMll I I ful mien A Field of Satisfaction oaus H Sowad illMJ mn white Once Tried - Always Used POWELL COUNTY day City Clay City, March 10. S. A. Easter num'mumn niowiaa KIND" Tber produce better crotx. Your lint aowbw 1TW WW " LOUISVILLE SIID GO..InormrM IVILLB, nr. L9UMVILLI.KY. LHMrtl ortmaat ad full value k co. MRS and Mlrfaa fit (mat Boat SUM