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TDe-votec3.vt- o The citizen tlcio OFF l(.E (.HLLECtE ' S Vol. XX. ''lvo Cents Per Copy. Interests of t3a.e of goujciteLin. People Fifty Cents Per Year. Knowlcdgo Is Power and the way lo keep up with modorn Knowlcdgo Is to road a good Nowspapcr. DEIIEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAIICH 20, 1010. One Dollar and No. 38. Pray for the Peace Conference It would be hard to think of any meeting in all the World's history so important as the meeting of Peace Delegates now going on in France. Christian people should pray for that conference every day. Think of itl These delegates may arrange to have national disputes settled by law just as disputes between individuals and companies are settled. Then there need be no wars any more than fist fights between neighbors. What would we give to have those wasted fields and cities restored and our dead soldier boys brought back? What will we give to prevent such losses in the future? The arrangement maybe imperfect; some bad men may work for it. But can we get any kind of an arrangement to secure justice without bloodshed? Christ was called "The Prince of Peace." Surely we can, we must pray for the World's League of Peace in Christ's name. Kentucky News Secretary of War JJakor nnd Gen, Peyton (J. Marcli, Cliier of StnIT, aro not mining to Louisville while on thoir'tour of cantonment cities. This wns tnailo known recently In n telegram lo William K. Morrow, secretary of Hie Hoard of Trade, from Sccrelary Haker. War 'Department at orders received U. S. News U.S.TRANSPORT MINE; World News The Germans have finally chosen the men who are to go to Franco to receive the peace terms, Count Hrockdorir and Dr. Edward Davis are the ones chosen. Tho former is a representative of the old lino of diplomats and the latter is a progressive man and belongs to tho new order. They will not be allowed lo go to Paris by tho French but will probably remain at Vcrsaillo.i until the Treaty Is ready lo submit. The last obstacle to the issuance SUNK BY a new insurance policy into which soldiers' Insurance may be converted was removed when AttorDIE ney General Palmer gave an opinion (hat the treasury might pay insurance lo the eslatc of deceased American Naval Troopship Yselpersons a. well ns lo specified havcn Goes Down While on 9 SAILORS discontinuance ot tho Field Artllcry Centra! Officers' Training School, the immediate disclinrgo of nil officers In Class 1 and Class 2, and their replacement by regular army nfllcers nnd officers In the third class. College, Camp Zachary Taylor mean tho ' Nine sailors ore reported drowned Way to Copenhagen. The Spring Term Berea'sSpring Term begins next Wednesday, lasting ) This is always the best term of the year. Everybody is well started in study, and the sickness and colds of stimuAnd there are the exciting;-anwinter are past. lating public exercises and sports of the spring. Special arrangements are made for farmer boys who can stay only 4 weeks, and for teachers who can finish certificate courses in 7 weeks, but as we end this term with 200 more students than we had a year ago, so we expect to have a large increase for the spring. The first bunch of soldier boys are already here to take a special course in Agriculture. io weeks, till Commencement in June. Dean John Hill of Georgetown ono of the most widely known and most prominent Hap list Educators in Kentucky, has just accepted tho leadership of flic statc-Wid- o campaign of n $1,100,000 for Haptist education in Kentucky. bis Hill will begin Professor campaign not later than Juno 1. Tho Irvine Tribune tells of tho payment of Hie old L. & A. railroad boritls by Estill county as follows: The Estill Fiscal Court met In special session at Hie court bouse and received and cancelled tho outstanding railroad aid bonds which were voted and Issued by the county in 1888 to aid In the building of tin llicbmond, Nicholasvillc, Irvino and Heallyville, railroad, now tho Louisville & Nashvillo line, from Richmond lo Dcaltyvlllc. wind storm of short duration but tho greatest violence, with one exception, by ever experienced A Now Show Your Farmer Skill farmer to show what he This is the can do. The world, starving, needs all he can raise and will pay good prices. Then Begin with good plans. good seeds, land well prepared and well tended, and the whole season's campaign carried out as though weeds were Germans! time for every The war of words and Ideas over the league of nations continues unabated. Former President Taft and others of the plnn's supporters ndmlt the present draft should be amended, nrid have suggested desirable changes. Senator ltonih and the rest of the nttnekers do not seem to approve the tengue at all. The pope has rather weakly reverted Tlint tins Oermnns must hnve food to the old Idea of an agreement for Inquickly If (lie Hood nf bolshevik nml ternational arbitration with economic Spnrtarau nnnrohy I to be stnyed I boycott of the nation refusing to subthe lint statement of many who should mit to the nwnrd of the arbitrators, know. Including becretnry Lnnslng. In lie also would admit (u the league evtliln policy there Is no pity for the ery nation. In this he Is supported by I InriM ; It Is merely n mntter of ielf Itryan, who thinks to require n protection for the root nf Europe If Mr. s vote to ndmlt a new memnot for the world. Investigators for ber suggests the social club, where a the nllles do not agree with the state- few black balls may keep out an unments Hint there l plenty of food In congenial applicant. most of Germany, nml the great Opponents of the league plan In of authorities nre convinced orformed a tlint the nnnrchtstlc movement In cen- America have which Col. national n Henry of tral Knrope In feeding on hunger "and ganization Louisville Is president and of enn he checked by provisions. The Oeorgo Wharton Pepper of PhiladelKhert government tlrtunlly threatened, dimauaglng to lie down nnd let the Spnrtacans phia Is the purpose Is head and to create the rector. Its have their own.wnv If the nlllos did mnchlnery for conducting an active not consent to feed (lormany. Whether proposed league hlulT It has campaign against the or not the threat was underworked. With thin was Involved the throughout the nation. It will mntter of the surrender of Oermnn take to reach every voter by d!strlbut league merchant shipping, and the Huns In- Ing literature attacking the many plan. Among the. members are agree to revlctunl duced the allies to Oermnny until the next harvest If the senators and prominent publicists. All neutral nations are to have some!..ps were given up. Letting n bething to nay concerning the nntlnn dictate thus to Its conquerors win said by some to lie n seri- fore action Is taken. They have been Invited by the conference authorities ous blunder, but Its worst effect prob-aUto attend a prlvato and unofficial conwill be to encourage the flermnns questions ference In Paris March 80, to express to be stubborn on other wNere the allies cannot afford to yield. their views on the constitution as T'.ireo hundred thousand tons of Oer-in- n drafted. It Is believed now that Geshipping now In German ports neva may bo made the permanent seat has been allocated to the United of the league of nations. S ates. In addition about 100,000 torn Tho landlord of a disorderly of German shipping Interned In Chilean waters was allocated to America, house is as despicable as tho landbut this may not be accepted If the lady.. shipping board finds the necessary repairs would not be Justified If the Christians should bo too busy vessels are to be used by us for a lighting tho Demon Hum to find short period. timo to light oach other. in the sinking of the American naval transport Yselhavcri, 3,500 35 SURVIVORS ARE LANDED Inns, which struck a mine last Friday. Tho Yselhavcn was bound from Baltimore for Copenhagen. A Bluejackets Taken to Hartlepool by British Hrilish steamer landed 35 survivors Steamer Vessel Was nt Harlepool. Taken Over by Shipping Board During the War. An extra cession of Congress beLondon, Mnrch 17. Nine snllors fore Juno I is believed lo be a cermany government officials nre reported drowned In the sinking of tainly by the American navy transport, nnd members of Congress, although which struck n mine nt 1 :2T their predictions arc without the o'clock Friday morning, according to support of evidence to show that n report to Lloyds. President Wilson has changed 'bis The Yselhnveti wns bound from to Copenhagen. determination not lo summon ConThirty-livsurvivors have been landgress before bis return from France. ed nt Hnrtlepool by n Itrltlsli stenmer. (The YM'lhnven measured JUmO tons The state of Morclos, just south of nnd wns hullt In Itotterdnm In 101(1. It City, is completely under wns taken by the United Stntes shipMexico the control of government troops ping bnnrd nfter the United Stntes after being overrun for ten years entered the wnr. . It left Baltimore by bands commanded by Emiliano February 10 for Copenhagen. 1,025 Yanks Arrive at New York. Zapata. Pablo Gonzales lias driven New York, Mnrch 17. The stetim-hl- p Zapata and a few hundred of his Ilollnndtn nrrlved here from followers into almost impassable Brest, with f7025 troops. Units Inmountains. His capture Is expected cluded the One Hundred nnd Seconil at most, any lime. Held hnttiillnu. signal corps, complete, 11 oflleers and 477 men; mobile hosPresident Wilson wants the peo- pital No. 101, 8 officers and 42 men. ple of the United Stales lo bold for Camps Grant nnd Dodge, nnd casYork to discuss the League ual companies Nos. 091 of New and 092 of Illinois. There were 150 of Nations any suggestion that be nurses, 10 civilians nnd 24 cnsunl oflopposes full discussion is contrary leers of various branches of the servto bis wish. ice. Yscl-havere e mass-meetings It is believed that the Germans are ready lo accept harsh terms, although they stand strong for the fourteen points of President Wilson. There has already been a good leal of fencing on the part of the new government for easier tcrrru and concessions aro doubtless to bo made along some lines, especially financial. The Germans will resist most-firmlIf any attempt is mado to take from them tho left bank of the llhine River. y during the week on account of a disturbance between some American soldiers and Japaneso at Tien Tsin in China. It is not clear just whal happened but Hie soldiers aro said lo have attacked a Japaneso consul and several Americans were laken from tho French concession and held as prisoners. Tho American Ambassador in China, Mr. Roinsch, has sent word that tho affair is not serious and that full investigation is being made. Tho return of President Wilson to Paris has mado it possib'lo lo hasten the work on the Treaty of Peace and there is reason to believe that it will be ready by April. Mr. Wilson desires tho preliminary treaty with Germany to contain tho provision for a League of Nations hut opposition has sprung up to his plan, especially among tho French statesmen, who wish to reservo tho League for the final and more.com-prehensitreaty that will soon follow. ve Considerable anxiety has existed AMERICAN BACK FROM THE WAR ' NEWS REVIEW OF f JbiB - t I ' CURRENT EVENTS m i m Jf IT . Knerolnpi- - T.nnsint- - mndn n olrnnn ! ' two-third- Wat-terso- address In Pans during tho week in which' he supported the plan for allowing Hie German population to receive more food. Ic has been convinced that the need is a genuine ono and should he met. Tho main difficulty now seems to como from tho lack of transportation. Tho Germans themselves do not possess a large tonnage and all the vessels that llio Americans and English have released from war servico aro engaged in Irado that means a good deal to those nations. 11 y CONTENTS There PAGE 1. Aro you a booster or a boaster? is a difference Thcro aro threa institutions in Editorials: Pray for tho tho Stale that descrvo your hearty Pcaco Conlcrenco; Tho Sprint: tho and support World Nowa; U. S. church, tho school, and a good Term. Nows; Stato Mows. nowspapcr. All threo exist in How about your Soldiore PAGE 2 School News. and support? Loiters. Bo-re- a. Wo cannot all tcaoh or prcaob, ono can subscribo for a PAGE 4. Locals and Church Nows. good newspaper and indirectly do a litllo of both. Nows of Gonoral interPAGE 5. est. Tho Citizen is, a gooTl newspaper evorybody says so but it lakes PAGE 6. Farm and llrfmo departmoro money to publish a good paper ments. than a poor ono. Your subscription Sunday-scho- ol or your rcnowal will bo substantial PAGE 7. Serial Story. Lesson. Last Thoughts ovldcnco that you want a good nowspapcr in your homo, and wo of Ilooscvelt. times a will sond it to you fifty-tw- o PAGE 8. - Eastern Kentucky Nows. year for $150. mont. PAGE 3. Full Pago Advcrtiso- - but every In the Irish ea, the tlotllla of submarine!) shown above returned to Japan has something of a scriou3 After 15 months hunting of German (third from left) had many desperate encounters with the problem on her hands in tho growthe League Islnnd navy yard at Philadelphia. The AL-1enemy boat, Including u light below the surface with n Hun sub, which AL-1subsequently vanquished. ing spirit of independonco among tho Koreans. This peoplo wero samo the treated in about That, in substance, is what some Lexington and Central Kentucky manner that tho Belwho U. S. MAY BE LAST IN WAR committeemen, swept over that city shortly after Democratic gians Irnvo been in later times. They noon Monday, wrecking several happened to bo in Washington, said Delayed Ratification of the Treaty of have been inspired to hope by tho buildings, breaking windows and Mr. Wilson told tbem at tho lunchPeace Would Cause Peculiar principles advanced in tho Pcaco causing considerable damage, the eon given at tho White House just Situation. Congress. Thoir immediato demands full extent of which is still tin- -' beforo his departuro for Franco. known. Paris, Mnrch 17. An Interesting aro for tho right of petition, of freo Tho strength of tho American question of Importance to tho United speech and tho uso of their own A tobacco barn on tbo llussell UpoiHts an- language Japan has mado many arCnvo piko was blown literally to army on Marcli 15 was 2,268,537, a States has arisen here. the continued operation pieces by llio storm. decreaso of 1,102,351 sinco tho sign- swer depends legislation, such ns con- rests and is disarming tho Koreans of" much war ing of tho armistice. A War De- trol of railroads, the prohibition of so that success is not probable. reported the manufacture nnd sale of liquors announcement A caso of "sloeping sickness" has partment Popo Benedict has again spoken been reported lo tho city health of- 1,508,133 officers and men, exclusive nnd hlmllar enactments, with referem-ficer. Luclllo Vickers, aged three, of 21,000 marines, in Europo to the date of which the wnr olllclally in behalf of all early peace. It is daughter of a local cigar man of France, Germany, Russia. In tho will cease. Assuming that Secretary suggested that bis motive has to do Henderson, has been In a profound United States thero wero 010,013 and Ijinslng will sign the peace treaty for with internal conditions in Gerpowers many. Tho Catholio population of slumber for eleven days, following at sea 01,203. Tho forco in Siberia the United Stntes, with the not numbered 8,070, with 17,218 in tbo associated with the UnitedbyStntes In that country Is conservative and an illness of influenza, and has the the war, when It Is signed looks with fear and displeasure opened her eyes nor spoken during! insular possessions. It Is pointed nut that this net on tho possiblo pressure from the (hat lime. Liquid nourishment is, will not become effective until It Is forced down, but sho is gradually ( A challongo to Will II. Hays, ratllled by the United States senate. radical element that gains strength growing weaker, llio otlcnding phy- chairman of tho Republican Na It Is possible that the United States by tho delay. This is ono moro Insician reports. Tho symptoms aro tional Contmitleo, to place-- his party may bo placed In the peculiar position dication that an early peaco will being alone at war wllh bo advisablo ovon if tbo terms aro tho samo as reported in cities where on record in respect to tho League of technically Oermnny long after her nssoclntes had not as perfect as might bo hoped. tho now discaso has mado its ap of Nations, was issued in Now York formally concluded peace. pcaranco. by Homer S. Cummlngs, Chairman of llio' Democratic National Committee, Tho King of Spain has recently JUST MISSES TR0TZKY At tho last meeting of tho Madison in an address at a dinner in his hon- SHOT recoived a cordial Invitation to County Medical Society, February or at tho National Domocratio Club. Russian Bolshevik Minister of War visit tho Argentine Republic in 20, tho following resolutions wero: Escapes Assassination by an Inch South America by its President and adopted: Honry Ford and his now $250 car Member of Staff Killed. accepting. This 13 Is considering Ho It resolved: Tho doctors or tro not going to havo matters all significant of a great chango in llicbmond and Madisgji county will, their own way. An English firm London, Mnrch 17. Leon Trotrky. feeling on tho part of tho country not fill out sick bcnollt claims for has mado arrangements lo put on tho Russian bolshevik minister of war that was onco a colony of Spain an Industrial Insurance Company ( tho market n small light car which and marine, escaped assassination by and rebollcd as America did from to n dispatch to the unless tho company through its will cost less In London than tho an Inch, according Helslngfors. Trotiky England. A closer relation in tllo Dally Mall from legally (pialillcd agent pays the. now Ford. was returning to Petrograd from n matter of trade Is believed to bo doctor a feo of fifty cents for cach Tax and frolght charges aro ex- visit to the Red array on tho Riga party responsible for tho cordial j pected to raiso tho prlco of tho front When tho train stopped at a claim mado out. relations that aro springing up. Ho it resolved: Tho doctors ofi American articlo la England small station threo members of the red he Richmond and Madison county at' considerably abovo tho llgurcs askpd guard flred sovernl shots at him as Tho Southern railway freight each monthly meeting, of tho Coun- in tho United States, whereas tho was leaving a sleeping cnr. The same to ty Socloly furnish a list of names principals of tho Hrilish concern evening Trotzky relnted the Incidentbul- transfer station at Ininan Yards, Petrograd soviet and showed a Atlanta, Ga, was destroyed by of parties for whom thoy have dono aro confident thoy will bo ablo to the hole In his hat less than an Inch near let 1 practice, whoso hills aro unpaid an offer tholr car at $250 or $300. that ono flro on March 10. Tho damago was above his hend. He added Hardly any wood will be used in member of his staff wns killed by the estimated by railroad officials at no olTort to pay bill for twolvo $1,000,000. thota and another slightly wounded. (Continued oa rtgt SifM) (CeaUansd m MU) 1 1 high-handed fiei-ma- us. ttf c Pago Two THE CITIZEN March 20, loll). School News from Various Departments CHAPEL NEWS Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters RUrriN d, GERMAN RATION the epidemic is Viirnme If ffTTppUr? rtf food nnd raw materials nre speedily . nvnllnble. that it was Impossible to hear n HURRAH FOR THE NORMAL BOYS Thursday Locturo The following letter wns first pub shout. Aftor daylight wo walled an IS AGREED UPON ago the men of tho Two weeks Speaking in Main Chapel, on lished In the Morganlon, N. ft. hour for the engineers to rut a wayl Herea Normal School by a unaniThis! Thursday, Prof. I. M. Cox, of the and contains news through tho entanglement. mous volo decided to mako every University of Cincinnati, told of Monday a clean-u- p which will be read with keen in- has been tho lino sinco 1911 and Get 370,000 Tons of Food day, after the terest Siy the many friends of Mr. you x.in imagino Uio millions' of rnnditlons In Mexico, wliore lio hns manner of Uncle Sam's boys when Monthly in Exchange (or wires. No human could possibly been studying tho Mexican silua-lio- n they art preparing for Saturday Rust. .105 M. 0. Bn., Co. 0, A. B. F, start through. Ships. under Uio auspices of the Uni- morning Inspection. Tho Normal Tho wires wero cut and my versity of California. October 21, 1018. men occupy the Jhlril and fourth scdloii (two guns) wero to ncl as Tlio population of Mexico is virsquads Dear Mamma and All: iloors of Pearsons ASKED AMOUNT agons (connectors) between the LARGER tually Indian, lie said, and conse- were organized onHall. Two and! Enclosed are two letters that will floor quently it is very hard (o institute a leader was chosen eacheach squad Interest you. I wrote you about 77th and 28th divisions. I wns tho for first private to step out Into "No on two "froiius," Lora general government or educaThere being four such groups each having beenVoslo, and having4' left Man's Land." Tills was tho ex- Teutont Accept All Allle' Terms t tional system. The only salvation will bo detailed to general police raine and Expect Meeting Held In Bruttl Wo went over for Mexcio is to turn her over to fluty only once per month. same. Now I havo been on another citing moment. Entente to Supply Rations up adjustground churned for four yea"?s. Forthe League of Nations for to Auguit 15. Tho corridors, stairways, and and have left It tho Argonno est, The first letter was written saw three holes, any one of which ment of her problems. bathroom aro swept and then carewould hold our houso. Travel was clipMain Chapel Ilrussels, .March 17. The Oermnn fully scrubbed (moppcdK There Is during tho Vcslo drivo. Tho II. Gordon Ilennott, the evangelist In n milo- Jerry delegates to the conference Here, reping cap be sworn to by me peron-all- most difficult. no dtist left to servo as a breeding I was there- - Tho hardest and camo back with his counter bar- - garding the turning over to the nllles who Is conducting the revival hero, place for germs. Tho mirrors aro of tho (icrmnn mercantile licet nnd gavo a helpful talk in Main Chapel fiercest of nil lighting of all tin "rago which lasted continually. treated with an application of bon Wo got lost and wandered right the provisioning of (lermnnyr dellnttely Saturday. His singer, It. Paul war took place on the bank of this ami, and tho metallic basins of the Imposed by the Arnold, sang n solo that was well Fismes, Villa sur Vny, into his, arms anil wero lost for accepted the conditions allies. lavatory get-- good doso of clean small river, were received. Mt. Martin in the midst of II threo days. Ho dhlnl capture us A monthly rntlon for Oermnny of ing powders. Thus tho janitors nro I was there. Upper Chapel Now that all of as all he left behind was ids many .170.000 tout of wns fixed hy inspired to do their work belter and Wo drovo him the nllles' commission. The (lermnns you about machino guns. Doctor Mead preached in Upper is history I during tho week. It was voted thai this Altogether, I ran tellbeen under through the forest for a couple of nt first observed Chapel last Sunday evening. He anyone havo that this ration wns found guilty of violating tho it. took his lext fron I. Cor. 10:13, which recognized shell lire lp:i days. Tho Lorraino weeks till my next exciting moment. smaller than they hnd requested nnd rules of tidiness anin a tame affair, a Ho mado a stand on the crest of n were pessimistic ns to the arrangement has. tho threo admonitions; watch, cleanliness alTccting common prop front was certainly satisfactory bo strong, stand fast in the fallh. rest camp we call il fiow. Then ,11111. Hundreds of machine, guns of The rJermiun flnnuclal term''. nccrpt-eerty shall servo an extra turn nt hnve definitely turned up. I heard the general Tho sermon was very touching for general police we thought il Very bad. the nllles' term"". duly for each olTensc might she-l- l Doctor Mead explained that it that camo ?ivo flie command to go up audi After The first Jerry Hoslyn YVemyss Kvcry man knows that ho may bo bo tho last bo could preach to his over our camp nearly frightened lake tho guns nt any and all cost. of Orcnt Itrltnln, chnlrmnn of the nlmade to feel rather uncomfortable lles delegation, student friends, as bo will not be if he refuse to play according to me to death. I beard tho explosion My gun was atlallied to Co. "l hnd presented the whiz of tho shell com- tho third wave. Jerry's machine, conditions decided upon by the entente, hero after tho end of this term. the rules of tho game. Furthcr- - and then tho ing over me. I ran. Don't know guns had been raising hell fori the flermnns nuked to be allowed t it was voted that Uio names continually. withdraw for conoiiltntlon. They then hours MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER BAND fmoro, where I had started but I ran Just twenty-foAn organization called The Moun- of slackers should bo published on the same. It landed on a road Imagine n machine gun every fe'i formed three subcommittees to den with questions of llnnnce, food supply ' the Department bulletin board, so tain Volunteer Hand has been or- that both boys and girls might pressing .100 yards from mo. Tho yards shooting 000 times n miniflo. nnd mercuntllo murine. I.nst evening ganized by students from different night before a gas alarm was ,scnt Well, tho waves went over as' nt 0 o'clock nnnther plennry session departments of tho College. This know who they are. As yet there down from the front line. I was skirmisher, ten yards interval. Our wns held, Wcmysi saying none, and il is the opinion organization stands for tho uplift- has been sleeping when it was gi'ven. I toro two machino guns went over in nt It close that sntlsfnctory progress will be ing and upbuilding of tho mountain of tho writer that there my tent .down and another poxl to columns (six men to each pin, wns being made. to people. In past years the College none in tho future. jne putting my mask on. So about strung out behind each other). I be In the evening thenHermans nsked to given Every room must bo mopped on has had this organization, and days on this front kindy got was in tho first team carrying the Weimar. tho ue of telegraph line rlean-u- p day, each student be- thirty workers have gone back into tho each mo used to hearing a shell como tripod. Of courso I knew it meant Germany Wants Food to Aug. 15. ing "responsible for his own room. certain death to face Ihoso Jerry; Merlin, Mnrch l'.Onnnny expects mountain counties and arc doing o over. Tho boys display an excellent Work.1 that the nllles will provide IWd supgreat work. I went into the lines July lib, guns and I put my brain to Id The problem of tho mountain peo- spirit in their work. Their labor In fivo plies until August 15, which Is the a. ni but we soon loaded up and Wo started up tho hill. ple is one that must bo solved bv sandwiched between mirth and song. transferred to the Marno (Vcslot minutes hell broke tyoso in fine enrllest possible date that Hour from This enterprise surely merits much the mountain boys and girls" who front. Wo walked a day and then style. I dropped to tho ground and this year's hnrvest enn tie counted Stnte priviege of receiving credit. Wc congratulate them, and rodo in trucks to within a couple the. bullets just barely passed over, upon, snld Under Secretary of Ilnis-elhave had the Von Mrnun tiefore depnrtlng for dean education, who. understand and lielievo that students of other of miles behind tho Vesle, and a few me. I placed the bead of the tripod where he will tnke part In nego"Know tho needs of the mountain partments will soon follow their ex- kilos from Roosevelt's grave. Jerry in front of my face for what little tiations with nn nllles' commission ample. country protection iL afforded, and then people the most. Why, tho girl and had been driven out relative to food shipments nnd the boy who lias been been reared in three days before and it was cer- Iwent to "clawing" with my fingers, turnover of Herman shipping for tho o Until tho young MAN SHALL NOT LIVE tho mountains? tainly most interesting to see what lllUK Iin .. ei Illy I. lli'.iu iin 1..... in use of the entente nntlnns. BY BREAD ALONE Ilerr von Mrnun snld (Jermnny would men and women fully realize tha ho had left behind. Cbattau Thierry possible, as it was the most vital Riding spot. I suddenly felt a sling in the ak for 1.100.000 tons of grain nnd n responsibility and tho opportunity The Normal department is grow- was knocked to pieces. d dining rooms through The' monthly Importation of 1OO.000 tons of I was shot. they have before them, to mako ing. Two the streets wo could, seo back ixirk nnd fnts. In nddltlou to condensed people a. belter people, are required to accommodate the the finest of furniture, pictures and bullet hit the belt on tho back or dlk. rice, on lineal nnd other commoditheir own Normal students this winter. There curtains, ail demolished in different my coat, knocking one button off.! this problem is still going to be ties required particularly for Invnllds, is a sort of friendly rivalry beunsolved. ways. Dead Dutch men were all Ono past through my back. Tho at- - nnd for Infants nnd hospitals. Me estitween these dining room groups, and tack lasted about llvo minutes. We mated the cost of these shipments nt around. Wo. have some members in the $.'1,000,000,000 mnrks (Jl.'AVi.ooo.nnO). Mountain Volunteer Hand that wo as might be expected found expresJulia sent clippings of the bravery did not get the guns. It Is n mutter of great lmortniice. he know will do great things for thi sion in the form of athletic con- around Villo S"ur Vay. Our boys I never will forget tho cries of1 snld. that fund should nt the tests. mountain popole. During the meet- girls A team of boys and a team of won in it and let me tell you just thtxo poor boys as they fell on all enrllest possible moment nrrlvethat the nnd representing each dining room how I was scared and one of the at-- 1 ings wo will have together wo in Thero was another such total amount to be provided be known, tend to discuss some of tho prob staged a doublet bill of basket ball reasons why you will see mo again tack the following day, a whiz- - so thnt the govcrnnnwit could ndjust (be men's gymnasium Monday lems we have before us and and wo in perhaps (I can't speak of the losses bang, but the fellow doing the rations until the next hnrvest. p. m. Both games were closely conare going to find an answer. of our company). Our captain sent shooting at tho gun I was feeding! "Only under these conditions Is It tested and interesting from begin- up a possible, to combat bolshevlsm nnd certain number of picked men. (the gun commander) was hit. Tho tiring ning lo end. At the expiration of I the Cicrman people back to sane Y. M. C. A. was to bo one. Ho mado us a next exciting moment took placo, conditions of life nnd political nnd InThe. Y.M.C.A. meeting, Sunday the regular playing 'time each game speech and told us how bad il would several miles from this place. Wo; dustrie sobriety." he snld. "Molnhev-Isevening, was led by Dean Clark, was a tie; hut when tho tie was be. About the continued gas, tho won in the midst of a barrago. For Is mi Infectious dlsenM, which was the victor in snipers and the continued bombard- - twenly-fohours Jerry put oved thrives when the Milltlcnl nrgnnlsm Is whoso topic 'was on tho choosing of played off No. line-u- p RUST'S LAST LETTER News-Heral- "Our stocks of flour, nt the present rntlon of 200 grains dnlly, will Inst tin. til the third week In Mny nt tho utmost. There Is np ground for hope, thnt the Poles will permit food shipments from I'osen, which wns plnred under I heir control by tho nrmlstlco terms signed In Mnrch." HAYES TO BE - ARCHBISHOP Special Dispensation Received From Pope to Install New York Dlshop at St. Patrick's Cathedral. New York. Mnrch 17. A speclnl hns been received from tho pope to Instnll the Most Mev. I'ntrlck Joseph Unyes ns nrchblshop of New York nt St. I'ntrlek's. cnthe-drIn Fifth nvenue next Wcdncsdny nfternoon, It wns niinotuiecd. The dispensation nllows the Installation to proceed without the nrrlvnt of tho bulls from the Vntlcnn nnd the the sign of the nrchbtshop'n These nre hot expected to nrrlve until nfter Knster. The ceremony of Installation will be simple becnuso of the Lenten season. The dny Is tho Penst of St. Joseph, tho pntrun snlnt of the new nrchblshop. nl pnl-Hue. I y. - food-Muff- s j d N. Y. STRIKERS MAKE THREAT Vlce-Adndr- ' Boatmen Plan to Use Force t& Prevent Strikebreakers From Reach-- , Ing Harbor. ur I ' Vlce-Admlr- New York, Mnrch 17. Tho plan of bont owners to use strlkehrcnKera In the operation of tup nnd other craft In New York hnrbbr Is expected to result In serious trouble If It Is carThe striking bont men nro ried out. reported to tie m nn ugly mood, nnd It Is snld they plnn to uso force to prevent linjiorted strikebreakers from tnk-In- g the plnces of union men In this harbor. The bont owners hnve mnde njv penis to Police Commissioner Enrlght for protection. The strikers hnve nlso nppenled to the commissioner, clnlm-In- g that their penceful pickets In hnve been Interfered with bjr patrol of the bont owner. s, His Tongue Stiil Wags THE HUN Is Down and Out But whls-per- s I still able to . I I ( One of his favorite subjects Is ' Liberty Oonds. The bonds are absolutely the best secured In the world so he dare not attack them openly. He whispers to you to sell them, hoping to demorallie the market. And he has about as much chance of doing this as he had of winning the war. It Is character. Istlc Hun stupidity. Every time you are ipproached to sell your Liberty Oond or to trade It for stock In some unknown and unestabllshed project, remember It Is the voice of the Hun speaking. Then take another grip on your Liberty Oonds and hold tight. Keep those you have and be ready to buy more when the Victory Liberty Loan Is offered for sale In April. The support of the Fifth Liberty Loan by the American people will be the measure of our welcome to our good-size- t j 1 ur vocation. Ho slated that there are two groups of men going out from college: .(1) tho service group, who have service as their main issue, and (2) the selfish group, who aro looking for tho easy jobs and big money. He voiced tho great need at present for men of ability and education to take over the school systems and churches of tho mountain regions, and told regretfully of tho many young men who aro get-tia lit tin education and then leaving tho mountain region for the West and North, wbero they must stand against very keen competition and are of little real service. Uto'A ns a last In, tho Sunday evening which was conducted by Miss Eva McDanicls, tho retiring President, new officers were elected and installed. Thn officers elected wern! PresI- - Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. meeting ' fnpy .Tnllncrtn. Vino-- 1 President, Miss Edna Tfonlv: Secretary, Miss Virginin Englo; Treasurer, Miss Helen Falrchllds. Each new ofTicer responded with flnnt llaa a little talk in which sho spoko of her intentions in carrying out her now duties. Turn Between the Acts. One night tne father of Kitty Stephens, who afterwards became countess of Essex, went on the stage between tho nets, nnd was standing close to tho drop Kccne, with his back to It, when tho fringe manager gave tho signal for the raising of the curtain. Slowly the cloth went up, and as It s rose the of Mr. Stephens became Involved In the roller, nnd feeling himself caught, he began to struggle for freedom. Ills efforts were unavailing, however, and when the roller reached tho top there was he In full view of the audience, suspended by his . Ids head and teqt downward, knife. his figure resemhllug n Then tho stage hands became alive to e wns the eltuutlon, and tho lowered again nnd amid tho boisterous merriment of the audience, tho sounds of hilarity Increasing an the victim, almost black In tho face, landed on his hands nnd knees on the stage and crept into tho wing. coot-tnllcoat-tailshalf-open drop-scen- was viz: nient. I felt shaky, believe me. Well, after dark wo loaded up and. GIRLS it was discovered that there was no No 1 No. 2 anu room for the, ammunition, Combs Kato 0 Elizabeth Lewis Bertha Young F Lillio Webb would you believe me? I was pickF Ella Itcado Myrtle Worlcy ed to stay back and guard this stuff. Madgo Walden That is what saved me. They tried Nettio Eubank (' Margaret Virgin (1 Ella K. Tuttlo I lie following three days (or night3 rather) to get mo up but failed each Score: 9. to 8, favor of No. 1. timo. A week later wo crossed tho ' BOYS Voslo and went on to the Aisnp No. 2 No 1 river. Here we had an awful battle. C Carleo Brown I was in a creeping barrago and I Robinson F Richard was most sure my time had come. Morris F Wicker Jerry started it al the foot of tho Cundiff 0 Burke bill anil it crept up slowly toward Huntley 0 Gabbard me, carrying destruction with it. It was the first opportunity the Bombs were falling from everyboys have had to seo tho Normal where, and what do you think? girls display their skill in this Tho thing slopped right over my greatest of indoor games, and muoh head of tho trench and wo wpro enthusiasm was in evidence. Tho saved. This was my first sight of second gamo of this scries will bo real death and suffering. Whilo I played noxt Monday. Perhaps tho, jn. there bugging tho ground in tho defeat which Is in storo for No. 2 sliiillow trench, I promised myself noxt timo will curb their fighting for tho first timo (and have done instinct for. awhilo, so soveral tim'es since) that if for-lushould seo ill to sparo mo out ALPHA ZETA of this war alive, I would forever Alnha Zcta discussed the League sing song, I would bo happy wilh of Nations and tho U. S. armament nothing. The least of food, clothing question in tho program last Sat- and shelter. All I want is my life. hours, of this urday night. There was r;nough After twenty-fohumor mixed in tho program to wo wero taken out anil sent back givo it tho characteristic spico and to a valley full of Jerry dugouts life of an Alpha Zeta meeting. (Ino ones. I was so tired and worn Soveral visitors wcro present and out I stopped on tho path down tho each gavo an interesting talk. lino; I thought I would steal away Among tho visitors present wcro and sleep for a few hours in a Professor Shult and John Michael, noarby 'ono. Whilo sitting In front resting, somo fellows went Into ono who was on tho Ticondcroga. on a lower level anil suddenly tho hill seemed to raiso and fall with ACADEMY WINS a most terrlblo noiso. Fivo were Tho Academy team defeated tho killed and fivo wounded. I didn't Collego quintet In a very hot gamo sleep in that or any other dugout. of basket ball Monday, afternoon. This front was taken over by tho Tho final scoro registered 25 to 23. Italians. At first it looked as though vicWo went to tho Argonno Forest, tory was going to tho College boys for half of which Jerry lost a half but tho Academy boys did such million men. It is a vast wood. smashing work in tho last half that Wo started tho drivo by a most tho Collego quintet could not hold terrific barrago. This was most extheir gain. Tho last basket was citing. Tho thousands of us knelt looped by tho Academy Just as tho Under a long ledge from 3:00 a. m. "limo's up" wbistlo was blown. to 5:00 o' clock, at which Jjmo wo Thero wero soveral star plays on wero to attack. During this timo both sidos. tho noiso of tho guns was so loud no ur each contest. Tho every stylo and mako of shell ho weakened by hunger. It can be only If the people hnve enough to bad. He rajned tbeni over. And what saved mo was that I was in ai ent." Asked If he believed It to be n cur-nbhank that was dead spaco to hint, dlsense, he replied: II was impossible to hit mo with ai "It Is mv nbsnliite conviction that direct hit. I was hit several time"' by falling shrapnel and literally' le com-bate- d returning soldier. liutttWi-wIMII I passed in droves iOO in a single line. One officer said, "America lias won this war." Another said thai when England or Franco pushed ahead a few kilos, thoy lost It tho following day, ami then' remained there for months, hut, when American's push ahead they keep it up, and that is true and is the ecret of our success. Can hardly believe that I will b j thirty years old in about a week. If the Red Cross accepts packages for the boys Christmas, you may send me somo fruit cako and if you can send two boxes send ono filled witli candy. Wo gt--t no candy at all hardly. I forgot, to tell you nbout going out in "No Man's Land' to rescue a ration lump. I went through shell fire and got it. It wa funny to seo mo run such a risk for a can of tomatoes. Will writo more laler. Am perfectly well. RUFFIN RUST. RED CROSS' NEWS GRENADES I I i rf wiUll Wilt! 1 Tirt J nptcAMARtt l (It IJUMMI 1 K, I I Want a Man I desire the assistance of at least one man in this communityall or part of his time on a financial proposition of great merit. I am willing to arrange un usual remuneration for this work and can-givcordial support and to the man who undertakes it. Liberal advertising through the Press. e on t Kmergency funds of 200 a month havo been given by tho Red Cross for uso in reconstruction work In it baso and general hospitals in the United States. My picking English out of Russian lypo with modical tweezers, tho Red Cross edition of tho American Sentinel manages to furnish tho American soldiers In tho Archangel weekly district with a four-pag- o paper of U. S. news. If interested, I wish you would give this matter a thorough and complete investigation. Call on or address tho now U. S. Embarkation Center at Lo Mans, through which (ho ent Iro A. K. F. must pass on its way lo tho coast, 21 Red Cross canteen girls will run tho station canteen and rest houso. Tho Red Croijs Is preparing dormitories and shower baths for tho tnon. At T. T. Beeler 201 Starks Bldg. Louisville, Ky. Mu I'd l 20, 1010. TUB m i'IZBN Pago Three r - f ( jr7'.iHHa ba same. - . in mm Mi mr-- rr T n rrru art wr 3. A ' . -- TilfglMlB 11 iWafrlTI 1 mil m ii ' m I. """w .ilJaiwi,iw. m mm ansa mm-- ii mmw -- h..jm-mm'mm ye view of a Lead and Zinc mining camp. Not the small acreage re quired to run a mill. A twenty-acrtract will run two mills ot 2M)tont dally capacity for ten to' photographic bird! twenty yean. llll II WHET m A Pronounced Success The unqualified success and splendid prospects of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, composed almost entirely of Louisville men, has led to the formation of another company, hca'ded largely by the same gentlemen, for the purpose of further development of additional holdings. The first company was posed of T. M. Cruteher, N. C. comPrtcl-dent; Reo aiino Curctcn, Secretary, and W. E. Newbold, Treasurer, with tfle following directors: T. M. Cruteher, f.'ell Wilson Funk, William Phillips, N. C. Cureton, M. N. Cralle, Charles A. Funk, T. T. Beeler, G. W. Scott, with Hon. E. J. McDer-mott that this statement may be readily verified either by mall or telephone. The Louisville Minefield Lead and Tine Compa-ihas Just been organized with T. M. Cruteher, President; T. Tl Beclcr, Vice President; N. C. Cureton, Secre-tarTreasurer, W. E. Nevl-old- , and with the following Direc-torJ. C. Nation, T. M. Crutch-er- , N. C. Cureton, T. T. Beeler and W. E. Newbofd. The Capital Stock Is $500 000 with shares at $1.00 each, fully A view of the Interior of a lead and zinc mine showing the proccu of getting out the ore. The Mansfield District The mineral wealth of the Missouri district It abundantly shown In the blrdseye view at the top of this page. Mines and smelters pay. Ing prodigious profits are to be seen on every hand. as attorney. The Capital Stock was placed at $100,003 and Is owned almost entirely by Louisville men and " those of nearby towns. This stock paid 2 In January and 3 In February. A list of these stockholders has been printed and can be obtained, on application to the company so s: $200,-0C- 0 paid and of this stock has already been taken up, but the rest will be offered Immediately to those desiring a very profitable and safe Investment. The'reason lle In the fact that there Is to be found the richest and purest ore deposit In the entire region. - In fact, the State of Missouri Is the largest lead and of the output In the zinc producing State, producing 32 entire United States. r of geologists that this point, Mansfield, on the highest ridge of the darks, marks the spot of a prehistoric volcano which deposited this vast store of mineral wealth by an eruption. At any rate, It Is there and Is being mined and smelted profits. in.rtr nf mill showing ore Is separated from the how tho rock. i mil i ii i 'iiiii mmiiiiiiiiiuiii "I , lit! Red Bird lead and be located. Immediately adjoining Is the Caldwell (of Louisville). Very rlh ore zinc mine of W. E. was found In this mine at a depth of only thlrty.five feet a1L&t- rMH i It'ls the theory at tremendous r Ism in iUHHI 1 III It It an absolute fact that T. T. Deeler refused last y Friday an offer of $50,000 cash acrts of their holdings Immediately adjoining the first mill. This It the forty acres north of the spot where the new company is to for-fort- Profits in Lead and Zinc When you buy atock In a lead and ilns mine you are not' taking chances or buying a "pig In a poke," but you see what you are getting. The property Is proven by drills, and flKJC A picture of mill ahowing where the ore la separated from tht rock by wateo proctu. ' i Louisville Mansfield Lend & Zinc Co., Iae. 4 OS Starks Ky. IlulldliiR. Ixmlavtlle, I am Interested In your iroHltlon and rould be cUd to make an liivrailKatlon without obligation on my part. Kindly aend me copies of jour booklet and fulleet you absolutely know that the mineral It there In vast quan. titles before mining It commenced. FUL MEN "Foundation of wealth Is the first $100 well Inveited." J. P. Morgan. Fortunes Innumerable have been made by men and women comparatively of tmall means who had the foresight to Inveat In necessities or things of utility and await development!. opinions of success- - striking example of the tuccese of the mills It tho Eagle Pitcher Co. Thlt company made forty mllllont of dollars In the past five years. A Nam Address thlt district ws an empty pralrla are several hundred mills In successful opera today there tlon and one acre of thlt land hat produced a million doU Five years ago 'J V Ian In ore. ' i V 409 Starks Bldg INCORPORATED. Sjp 409 Starks Bidg. 7 Pago Four TUK CITIZEN Marcli 20, 1010. Berea College Hospital Host Kqiilnment urn! Service Sun-Parlo- At Private Rooms Until, Klcctrlc Service. Child-birth- I.oct Cot. , Wards for Men anil for Women, Surgery, Care in Come In and Faculty Board of Directors and Stu First Baptist Church Sunday-schoat 0:45 a.m. is to he held in tho Y. M. fi. A. building. Preaching scrvico at II a.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening Word has Just been received by Roiirkt H. Cowlry, M D , l'liTflclan Mrs. Sellers from her brothor-l- n at 7:30. Harlan Dunt.KY, M I)., l'liTJlclnn Ms. Anna I'owkli. Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Tho B. Y. P. U. scrvico at 0:15. law, a former Berea student, Charles Mm. IIklrx Stkar.v Sharps, R.N., AstMnnt Wo extend a hearty welcomo to N. Jenkins, vho Is with tho .122nd CHANCE IN RATES Field Artillery, stationed at Brurk all to unite with us in theso serv llcclnntng March t, the rules for hoard and room of private rachilorf, Germany. Ho tells of an ices. to $18 per week. The rates for patients patients will be Milnyable trip up the Rhino beyond Tho women will havo their An cared for In the wards will remain the same $i per day. Meeting for una! Thanksgiving Coblcnzc. Ht Order of Prudential Committee, Derea College Mrs. Sellers also received word Homo Missions next Wednesday, this week of the arrival of her March 20, at two o'clock, with brother who was wounded near Mrs. F.nglish. All ladies of church Met and reported by tho Govern and congregation and their friends When you choose your bank you expect: ment as killed in action. For si aro most cordially invited. Safety for your deposits. weeks no word was received to cor Certainty of nccommodation. EPWORTH LEAGUE reel this report. Ho has reeovcrcd Courteous nnd efficient handling of NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, QATHERED FROM A The F.ttworth League of the M. I sullleiently to return to America your banking transactions. VARIETY OK SOURCES nnd will be mustered out of scrvici church met Sunday evening at 0:15 at Roekford, III., in the near futun to discuss tho obligation of the membership in the Federal Reserve System, with the A card lo President Frost from chanter to tho coiiummltv. it gives of converting our commercial pnper into Prof, Miss Bertha Puff led the meetltu. D. Lowis visited his Secretary Vaughn staled ho was cash, insures safety for your deposits, nnd certainty of all merited nccommodation. The personnel of our directors, mother in Indianapolis, Ind, lost leaving England for Bcjuine, the A largo number were present and officers and staff is your guaranty of courteous nnd efficient Soldiers' University in Alsace. He a great many Jook part In tho meetSaturday and Sunday. Scientillc horse shoeing, lino iron attention to your needs. Walter Whyland, a 'former stu mentioned a delightful slay lit Eng ing. Mr. Vogel organized a church work nnd repairs of all descriptions College Dlacksmith Shop, dent, is working for tho Parry land and requested the prayers of choir from tho League at the Next Sunday's Ionic Is: "Tim Kn- Main Street, north of The Citizen Automobllo Company in Indian Berea friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Buyers and worlh League on a War Footing.'' ad. apolis, Ind. Olllce. Mr.T ehildren of Hyden were guests o Anyone is cordially urged to come. Dressmaking. WANTED I ad.-3- 8 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mooro last Mnymo Hill, Center street. We Sell hats and sell them right. REVIVAL CONTINUES Mr. Warford has purchased prop week. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Meetings at the Christian church Mrs. J. J. Moore entertained th erty on Center street belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hart wore Rev. and Mrs. Hudspeth, tho Rev, continue with good Interest. Evan- shopping in Richmond last Friday. Green Hill, and moved into it last Mr. nennett, Mr. Arnold, Mr. am gelist Bennett is giving the people Estridgo of London is week. Miss Efllo Miss Ella Reo Parker of the Col Mrs. Ed. Elkin, and Mr. and Mrs line messages. Audience attentive. visiting in Berea this week at the Seventeen have been addeil to the lego department enjoyed a visit James Fowler lo dinner Sunday. homo of her brother. Word was received by Chief congregation. Subjects to bo treatfrom her mother of Williamsburg County Agent Spenco was in LexWatkins this week that a Negro hnl ed tii to Lord's Day evening are as ington tho latter part of last week tho first of tho week. (tonight). Thursday Hats! Hats! at Laura Jones' store been arrested in Cincinnati and follows: attending tho Stale Conference of on Chestnut street. New .Spring held as an accomplice of the two March 20, "Sign Boards;" Friday, agricultural agents. robbers who were caught by Be Marcli 21, "String Service for the Special reduction on hats and Hats Now Open. Come early to got ad rea's Chicfjasl week. The Cincin Boys and Girls A Great Auction;" suits at Eva Wahlen's this week. ad. first choice. Mrs. John Van Winkle returned nati arrest was made thru infor Saturday, March 22, Picture Lector'? Prof. Jcsso Baird spent Sunday in Sunday from an extended visit with mation furnished by Chief Watkins and S'acred Song. Silver Offering; Crab Orchard. and tho authorities believe the Lord's Day, II a. m., "Monuments;" Miss Katherine Hnrwood visited relatives in Cincinnati. I James Wagers and family are have now captured tho three 3 p. nu Ladies Meeting; 7:30 p. m, with friends in Richmond last week. thieves who were connected will 'The Universal Elements of Chris Harlan Franklan, who has just re- moving this week from their home the recent robbery at Corbln. The, tianity." Good music by chorus. on Center street to the Ely house turned from France, visited his to bo last man had 510.00 of the stolen Arnold will sing. COMF.! cousin and friends hero this week. on Chestnut street in order money on his person when arrested Judge Jackson of Lexington slop- nearer Mr. Wagers' work in Mrs. D. W. Jackson is improving stores. ped in Berea for a littlo visit at Welch's department J. Edgar Strong and family are lnwly at the Gibson hospital in home. Ho was on his way to Michmoving into' the Wagers house on Richmond. igan. Justice Jackson came homo from Center street. Joo Stamper of Transylvania will find the latest word in Lexington Saturday, where he has You University was here last week end very latest Millinery, ad been employed in the Tobacco Ware with li is cornet helping in the re- style at Eva Wahlen's House, and left Monday for Morcnti Bo suro to get one of those pretty, vival meetings at tho Christian New Spring & Summer dresses at Eva Waldens Mich., where ho will work for Roy church. C. Jackson. Laura Jones' opening will bo three ad. Geneva Jackson has measles. She Ensign Richard Howard is at his days this spring, March 20th to 23rd.: grandmother, Mrs. Jas homo in Berea ou a furlough from is with her H. Jackson, on Chestnut street. Tho Rov. H. C. Combs of Hazard his naval dutios. Tho Blue Bird, an interesting James L. Reynolds is visiting in preached at the Baptist church COME IN AND SEE THEM short stay motion picture, for old and young Berea this week after a Sunday. alike, will be given in tho Collego to in McAllister. Okla. He was a stu Miss Corwin has been ill but Chapel, March 31, under tho ausdent in Berea during tho years D8 pices now out again. of the Progress Club. Proceeds Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith and their to '02, and after leaving hero taught from tho picture will be used for time in Estill coun two children were in Berea recent- school for some community work in Berea. ly. Mrs. Smith will bo remembered ty. Ho has been a successful farm near Tuscola, 111., for tho past er as Miss Fowler. Richmond Kentucky A Correction Mr. Reynolds ro C. C. Balson, a former secretary fourteen years. Bv mistake an omission was made renlly purchased a farm near to President Frot, and returned soln the W. R. C. notes that appeared dier from Europe, is visiting hi? Wagersville, and will movo thero in last week's Citizen. It should FOR SALE with his family in a few days. Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndoa brothers here. havo been stated that, at the Feb Plenty of nice seed potatoes, $1.23 On Saturday p. m, Marcli 22, wo has arrived and is now Hals from $1.98 up, on sale at Eva ruary meeting, Mrs. Martha J. Har DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE per bushel. Apply, MRS. BOO Hi glad to show our friends a on display. No matWaldcn's. ad. will he risen was installed as chaplain of ad. Berea. Berea, Kentucky few nice pieces of furniture and our ter how particular you Corps. Mis Anna L. Smith, field secrepiano which wo have decided to tho Wo aro still selling Real Estate tary for President Frost, returned sell before going north. are and how hard to LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE to Berea Sunday. BOONE TAVERN NOTES in and around Berea; but soon it please, we have every All Sizes C. S. KNIGHT, Mrs. . W. Zaring is hero for a C. I. Ogg was in Union City the ad. style and shape imagFor particulars call on or write: will bo impossiblo to get possession Jackson street. rest. this year, as farmers aro making latter part of last week. WM. HAYES. H. W. Hart and family have moved inable. It is to your Allen Zaring and his wifo took Big Hill. Ky. arrangements for tho. year's work. ad. Vernon Wheoldnn, a former stu- this week to ono of tho College advantage to make your A few inoro bargains in small farms linner at tho Tavern Sunday. dent, is cruising tho Pacific as elec- houses on Dlxio Highway. selection early, tit us E. L. Reese of Johnstown was here and city property. Como and got FOR SALE trical engineer on tho battleship Mr. Horner is ill at tho home of assuring you of the very this week. Exchange for Othor Property ono whllo you can, they will be Mississippi. Vogel. Or Carl his T. B. Dunbar visited his family latest creation in A good old jack and stal higher next year. who are staying in Berea. Seo Dean at the nerea Bank and lion. Mrs. George Meado who has been Trust Co.; catch Horndon on the fly. J. W. HERNDON. laying at tho Tavern this winter Uorea, Ky. Respectfully, lias gone lo Now York. and Sale DEAN & HERNDON, Wm. H. Mahon of Buffalo, N.Y, EGGS FOR SALE was a guest of his family here this Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. Tho Berea Rliodo Island Poultry week. Tho family is spending tho LOST Association is now prepared to Tan leather wrist watch, Switz- winter at tho Tavern. furnish quantities of eggs for Miss Ruth Anncttto Hardin, a rland movement. Return to Reg. hatching. Theso eggs F. L. MOORE'S aro all from ailp.-3- S nurso from Albany, N. Y, was hero istrar's Ofllco. Howard. high class Hooks, which havo been tills week. inspected and recommended by Ono of tho guests of tho week was FOR SALE poultry specialists of tho Stato ColMiss Mary Flcmming of Now York That is the way we want it known, beOno complete saw mill, consisting lego of Agriculture FOR City. of a top saw rig and edger, ono 25 cause ye have the new, the oiiginal and Divisional secretaries aro: orso power boiler and a First Claaa Repairing William Carl Hunt, Berea. the smart things younger men want. power engine, all in good condition; S. P. Caudill, Conway. AND power gasoline eu- also 1 Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speedwell. This covers alike all things men wear ine. For particulars apply to Fine Line of Jewelry T. J. TODD, clothes, shirts, furnishings and shoes. MAIN ST. Paint Lick, Ky. BEREA, KY. GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE Dean Clark, Professor Lewis and WITH THE CHURCHES Dean Edwards attended tho Y. M A. Conference In Louisvillo recently, Union Church W. H. Tinker, Y. M. C. A. secretary with classes Tho Sunday-schofor tho Southeastern department, is for all at 0:45. Preaching sorvlco spending all day Thursday In Here at 11 a.m. At 7:30 p. in., a joint session of tho ol vtlt nn cMaMlshmcnl, which In n friend In need, nnd In reach of all the people. dent Cabinet ol -- The Merits of a Bank LOCAL PAGE a OUR Best Blacksmithing Berea National Bank 5 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. Fish's -- one-pie- co MILLINERY B. E. BELUE CO. son-in-la- Know This Store as Young Men's Headquarters D. Wanted For Jewelry Store s'j Spring Opening of Farm For Sale! IF IT'S HERE IT'S RIGHT IF IT'S RIGHT IT'S HERE New YOU CAN BANK ON THAT One-pie- ce rwo hundred and thirty-si- x at Berea acres freight depot tq tho highest bidder of good farming land located In refuted shipment, consisting of Madison county, Kentucky, is now ono barrel of lubricating oil, con offered at a bargain price. Land Igned to W. C. Englo, Berea, Ky. Sale to bo held at 10:00 o'clock a. in H. L. JAMES, Agent, L. &. N. Railroad. ad. TO STIMULATE YOUIl HAITI I. TO QUICKEN YOUIt PltAYEU-LU'E- . READ FOR SALE On April 15, I will sell Bourbon Poultry Remedy A frw drops la Ihn Dresses, Coats, All-Wo- ol Suits Tailored at $26 to $60 and Suits This Week "1 CRIED, INTRODUCTION HE ANSWERED" and Ntwly A faithful Htcord of Rimarlabls J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky ht QUKLDI QkLLAVVET TEUMBULL About 128 tuthfitl and imuI taaJaLU tullMonl U immi4 wutf irwl4 04' wi4 Mi4ti f iMfiaMf. All iyfiiniHrtkM WMUilf mumM fw Um EVA WALDEN wrhr. to ftkr U a t ! a dUwwJ 4Uil. Itiu4. Am iiwuniMiMl to wwi laW l Outa. A Bk to OraaJata 1 Un Ha4ra 4 Tl ill l' mwi,TINI' Mm, QJ aU f wf 1 Hi Uit IiUuU CfeUi Au't, 13 N. LStW5t Qku Am mtm u.B4Tf ! Uxf tmU4 1 toy If CartaiUu 1 IVaa lies on good pike, has good dwelling houso and all necessary outbuild ings, a larco barn, corn crih. two good ponds, lino spring, and a woil' that cannot bo pumped dry with a steam engine. Will produco a lino' Sold by quality of tobacco and splendid corn. All under good fence, and Get the only ono mllo from railroad station, and and samo distance from school houso and two churches. Title perfect. For furthor particulars, call or address, Frank L. Russell, Att'y, Richmond, Ky. Jriuk drttrui-uv- t if roup, rituti r luo ZRov.p ik u ry nira iVUI ts Aldrow'ti f t dlK. iiitMlU'lritf Porter-Moor- Muillr but tr on roquet. IQU1I0I ICMEBT C3..luli(lu,tr. e Drag Co. AvoidS92lVI Genulne3MP2K Mnrcli 20, 1010. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES TIIK CITIZEN Page Five BOONE TAVERN "The moil home-lik- e E. F. Dlzner, Principal anJ attractive hotel In Kentucky." Bsrea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the THxtc Highway Misses Frances Howies, Bertha Scale, Martha Dean, and Nancy HulT visited Eastern Kentucky Slnlo Normal last Saturday. Brother Bennett, ovajigclist, conducted devollonnl exercises nL the Parent-Teache- rs Association last Friday. Mrs. English gavo a splendid paper at Parent-Teache- r's Associa- The Citizen A family Newspaper I'ublUhfid BOY SCOUT ENTERTAINMENT ! for II that true, and Interesting right vrrjr Thursday at Ilerea, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inccrpof aird) WM. G. FKOST. Editw-ln-Chl- .f Subscription Rates PAYAIILK IN ADVAKCG One Year Hl Months Three Months Send money iiy Vit-ol. ... . ,M 60 or Kipress Money Order. Draft. Kruliterrd letter, or on srl two rent stamps. The date after jrmir name on label shows to what date your subscription Is paid, If It Is not changed within three weeVs after renewal notify us. Mlsslnc numbers will be cladly supplied If we are notified. Llttera! terms siren to any who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any one smdln us four yearly subscriptions can receive The Citlien free for on year. Advertising rates on application. mOM THE MOTHER OF RUFFIN RUST Dear Mrs. Frost: I appreciate tlio letters you sent very much. I would have Ohio sooner 1ml was wailing' nnd hoping I would hoar some, particulars concerning lluflln'a death. So havo heard nothing. I feci far sure ho was killed in the Argonno sector, lluflln'a denlh was n great shock lo me. I received six letters from him nliout November 20. The label for his Christinas package, was in ono. Ho was telling mo how well he was. Said the war had regained his health. Then tho armistice was signed and tho war was over. I was so happy, thinking ho would soon ho homo. I nmpncloslng one of tho last letters ho wrote mo. Our county paper copied it. You may give it to Tho Citizen lo ropy. It may bo interesting lo some of his friend.'. (Read his loiter on page two.) Tho Hoy Scout Entertainment given on Saturday night, March 15, was greatly appreciated by thoso who attended. The purpose of the entertainment was lo meet tho Troop's obligation in tho form of a pledge mado lasl year for three consecutive years for the development of tho Scouting program for physical, menial and character development of tho American boy under the direct supervision of Ibo Natlnnnl Council of tho Hoy. Senilis of America. Each troop pledged $15.00 a year for three years and $1.00 for tho Scoutmaster's fee. Not desiring lo tax tho boys moro than they can hear, our Troop decided to raise the amount for each year by giving an entertainment, which we thought the residents of Ilerea and vicinity would appreciate. The boys certainly feel highly elated that wo met our obligation Ibis year, and we trust Hint next year wo will be nblo tn givo another enterjalnment at a moro appropriate lime. The program was full of Ufa from beginning (o end. Only boys of the! Troop participated and the pranks tho youngsters engaged in brought forth a roar of laughter and applause. The entertainment was in tho form of an athletic vaudeville program somewhat similar (o last vear's play. The Hoy Scouts of nerea take thl means of thanking our friends of Herea for their hearty sympathy in our efforts in and rendering this program. Hoy Scouts of Herea. CLIO CLUB BANQUET A TOR RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS Demobilization Conference will bo held in Richmond, April 8 nnd 0; at which lime a program of unusual interest will he presented. Tuesday evening, April ft, a banquet will be given in Masonic Temple, for all relumed soldiers and sailors of Madison county. Wo wish tho name of each' ono who has been In tho Service sent to Mrs. John It. Pates, nt- Richmond, of" telephone her at 103. Will those having friends who may not see this paper, notify then, of the banquet and conference, and request them to send names as early as possible? This banquet is complimentary, and names should bo sent in that reservations may he made al the table.. A moro cfolinito announcement of tho program will ho made - ) 0 Tho librarian wishes to call tho attention of the townspeople to tho fact that they are not getting tho later. value they should from Berca's treasure-hous- e of knowledge, the INFORMATION WANTED - Persons library, by not coming In more or who liavo information ton lo read nnd uso the books. about former Ilerea students who In addition to serving tho slu have Inst their lives in military or dents nnd faculty, tho library is naval service should give the facts always open to citizens, and they lo the Secretary's Olllco in Lincoln Hall. If saloons enhunced the value or aro welcome to conio in and use it Information ns to students who properly, real estate agents would al any time. Our library is surpassed in size woro sent over seas should nlso ho advertise "a saloon on overy corby only two others in tho State, given to tho College Secretary. ner." . Louisville Public library and the State library at Frankfort, and thus lias largo resources upon which l draw. Tho parents who have children in school in the Institution havo the privilege of drawing books on their cards, and all others may havo tin same privilego by depositing with tho llbrarinn, ono dollar, which is High winds and hard rains wjll test your relumed when tho reader no longoi' roofs. We sell patent Corrugated Roofcares to draw books. ing, either galvanized or painted, guaranTho library hours from 8:00-11:n. m. nnd 12:15 to 5:15 p. m. on all teed not to leak. school days and Monday afternoon?, Tho lasl meeting was at tho home of Mrs. MrGuiro. Thero was a good attendance and an interesting moet-In- g. Our Penal Institutions was tho Mrs. McGuire, chairman. theme. Mrs. noddy read a flno paper, prepared with care, full of desired information. Then Mrs. McOuiro ed in an interesting way somo experiences of hers in connection with philanthropic work, carried on by herself and others, showing conditions of tho jails in other state3. This was followed by a lino recitation given by Mrs. Hotkins. Tho refreshments wero the kind that everybody likes, and wero greatly enjoyed. Mrs. fMiorno. in the abenco of the president, presided with her usual grace. Many plans for fuluro work were discussed at tho meeting. Plans wero formulated for tho presentation of the "Bluo Bird," tho sort of n play that lifts dark thoughts Into, tho sunshine It was decided to give tills for tho benefit of community service on March 31. Also a special committee reported on War Gardens. April tho 10th, tho Club will meet with Mrs. John F. Dean. ro-lat- tion on Hie rare of our boys and girls. The following resolutions were voled unanimously: Resolved, That we, the Principal and teachers nnd members of the .Parent-Teacheof Association Herea Oraded School, tender Mrs. E. H. r.iiglish our sincere thanks for tho efllrienl work lhal sho has done ns secretary of the Parent-TeacheAssociation of the Herea Oraded School Disirict. Wo feel that the success of the Association is duo in no small measure to her untiring work. Her presence at every meeting of the Association has been an Inspiration to the Principal, teachers nnd pnrents, nnd tho unselfish interest of Mrs. English ami her fiunily have been worth much to all the activities of the School. Wo regret deeply that Mr". English must leave us and we know that not only our School but tho town regrets to lose from their midst it family that renders so cheerfully such unselfish service. We wish Mrs. English much Joy in her new homo and wo aro sure that her friends will be as legion nnd faithful as her old are numerous and true. Signed: Miss Dean, Miss Scale, Miss Bowles, Committee on Resolutions. The spread of measles has gone S'omo on in spite of precautions. victims? are now returning lo school. At tho present rate few will bo left to havo them next year. Four families at the foot of Boone street aro quarantined on account of smallpox. At the Teachers' meeting Tuesday evening reports showed teachers well up with their grades according to the Stato Course of Study. The public Is cordially invited lo inspect any and all work of tho public school. r's r's HIS LIFE From the Cradle to the White House A Thrilling American Drama. His1 Life is a Story of a "Made in America" American. AMBITION HUMOR HISTORY MORAL COURAGE A wonderful picture for inspiration and delightful entertainment. It follows his strenuous career as the Legislator fighting corrupt politicians; his exciting experiences in the Wild West; his return to politics as Police Commissioner of New York; it carries one with him through the career which kept his name on the front pages of the newspapers during the eventful years which made him the most interesting American. At The Seale Theatre Friday and Saturday MARCH 28 AND 29 THIS PICTURE IS IN EIGHT REELS AND GIVES YOU HIS ENTIRE LIFE Admission 50c, Children 25c, War Tax Included AFTERNOON 2:30 O'CLOCK NIGHT 7:30 PROMPTLY COLORED MECHANICS MAKE GOOD GOVERNMENT GIVES WARNING THE MEXICAN CONGRESS AGAINST BOND SWINDLERS CITIZENS On May 1st, tho Mexican congress Thero aro 4500 colored men work- will bo convened in an extraordiA message in blood red ink on ing in tho Newport News Shipbuild-- I nary session. It is expected that ing nnd Dry Dock Company. This the new congress will take action snow white paper, covoring twenty-to- ur sheets of standard sized paper, is tho largest force of skilled colored on important international ques- ADAMS A wedding of interest LINDSEY to a largo number of Berea friends took place in Covington last Saturday morning when our genial postmaster, Mr. L. C. Adams, wns united in marriage to Mrs. Ida Lindsay, formerly of Covington, but n frequent visitor in Berea, at tho homo of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Bower. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adams returned to Berea on the noon train Monday. The Citfsvn joins in extending to the brido and congratulation groom and a hearty welcomo to Mr?. Adams as sho becomes n resident of Berea. BEREA'S LIBRARY men and tho highest paid group of colored men working anywhere in industry. The shipbuilding plant is a memorial to Collis P. Huntington, who showed himself a friend to Hampton Institute and the colored people. Y. M. C. A. Investment A new Y.M.C.A. building ha9 been built at a cost or $20,000 to care for colored shipyard workers. For six years, tho Y. M. G. A. has been maintained for tho shipyard boys and was a pronounced success. It was, perhaps, one of tho best investments ever mado by tho company. Thru the Y.M.C.A., tho boys and men learned better habits of industry and learned a good deal about thrift- - Industries must make Tho man who better workers. works and does not get ahead simply wastes his limo. Successful peoplo are thoso who work at things a long time. Racial Gifts Colored people have tho gift of good nature good naturo which Is practically unfailing. Good naturo is always an asset. It will get men farther than amost any other quality. A man is not mado by Ibo things which ho does with his hands, but by what ho thinks. Tho colored men in tho shipyard, who work skillfully with thoir hands, aro as ns. any other group of peoplo. ng tions including the matter of damages which liavo been suffered by foreign oil interests during the various revolutions, which havo boon ravaging tho country for the last dozen ye'ars. Tho promised adjustment of tho oil claims bid fair to sottle one of the chief points of contention between this country and Mexico. It is rumored lhal an ofllcinl of the United Stales Department of Justice recently resigned his position and lias gone to Mexico City as representative of certain well known oil interests. BAPTISTS UNITE TO AID NEGRO appeared recently on In every state in tho Union, and should bo construed as it is a personal messago from tho Government to every one who lias the good of his bill-boar- ds country at heart. BesidcB this message, tho saino .legend in smaller type, but in tho sanio red ink and on tho same.whito paper, and covering but a single sheet, appears a small poster and adorns storo windows, tho interior s, of railway stations, public buildings, and aro posted in conspicuous spots everywhere. Tho legend follows: "Warning! Liberty Bond Holders." Any ono who persuades you to part with your Liberty Bonds makes money at your expense. U. S. Government Donds aro tho Tho World's Best Investment. spreading broadcast ol this message by tho Government has beon rendered necessary becauso or tho er forts or the unscrupulous dealers to persuade Liberty Bond Holders to part with their holdings, by making misleading offers. post-ofllcc- LetusPROTECT YOUR BUILDING Southern and Northern Baptists havo a Joint Commission at work studying tho conditions and needs of tho Negro". Doctor Gambrell, of Dallas, TexV. heads the JSouthcrn delegation, which includes Doctors Graham, of Atlanta, Ga.; Pitt, or Richmond, Vn.; Cody, or Greenville, This' S. C nnd sovoral others. witii ono committee rrom tho Northern church; and a Hill report, with definite recommendations ror n "helpful and reconciling ministj'ry" will bo brought beforo both conventions ror action at their approaching annual sessions. 15 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 Material. LET US CONTRACT YOUR BUILDINGS STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot nurses, and tho many friends who so willingly nnd skillfully rendered service lo "you nil" during tho siege of Illness through which you mo passed. My deepest graliludo and praise is to Him Wiio has spared your livos. What a wonderful lot of angels of mercy Ho keeps at His command to administer to His children." wrlto. "fn ns much as tho good poo- plo of Borca havo administered to you they havo also served us." Mrs. preciation and gratitude to doctors, WORDS OF APPRECIATION Mr. Wertenberger writes to Mrs Wcrtenhorger In a letter of February 23rd, "I wish to express ap- AMERICANS FOR AMERICAN SHIPS Onicers' licenses in tho American marino will only be merchant Issued lo naturalized or nnllveborn Americans, nccording to a recent statement mado by Edward N Hurley, Chairman of tho Shipping Hoard. Cliarces to tho effect that Herman navnl officers havo been endeavoring to secure berths in our rrowing merchant marino aro by Mr. Hurley as entirely unfounded. The facts regarding tho mailer as staled by him aro that moro than 71)00 officers for tho vessels h"vo recently been graduated from engineering and nnval schools and that every ono of this number is an American citizen. chnr-ncterir- ed Berea, Kentucky Wertenhorger's parents A beautiful new poster has just been issued by tho Centenary of the Methodist Episcopal Churoli, South. It will bo ono of the most effcclivo pieces of advertising issued in their campaign for $35,000,000. It is a photograph of President Wilson in a iramo and over his signaturo tho rollowing quotation, "Let no man supposo that progress can bo divorced from religion, or that thero sacrifice is any platrorm other than tho platin some of these places offers to form written in tho utloranco or loan money on Liberty Honda are our Lord and Savior." made. Hut in many of theso instances the rato of interest, though as Trout Creek is on tho other sido mado to look at casual glance up 85 reasonable, is sufficient to oat or tho Great Salt Lake desert miles from tho railroad, 135 miles tho principle in tho courso of time, from tho nearest Red Cross chap- and leave nothing for tho patriotio ter but a Red Cross Homo Sorvico investor in Government securitiei worker went to Trout Creek to find and all for tho "sharks' who pray out how the mother or a soldier in on tho necessity of tho patriotio citizen for ready cash. Franco was getting along. glad-handed Beware of the Sharks In tho downtown districts of all tho largo cities havo sprung up in tho lasl row months little mushroom shops in tho windows or which appear signs offering to purchase Liborty Bonds and unpaid coupon books. S'omo of theso places have suave and smiling men and women in charge, and thoir game iato disposo or worthless or untried stocks in risky ventures ror the best investment in tho world United States Government Bonds. Others are willing to buy tho bonds and pay cash but in many instances tho discount is so great that tho salo, if made, would bo at a groat Page Six THE CITIZKN March 20, lot P. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Director ofHomc Science Scalloped dishes nro thoso mado of crncker crumbs In tho bottom. with a foundation of cream sauce Add n layer of canned com, a or with bread r ninths. Tho cream sprinkle of salt and pepper, nud sauce Is generally mado by llilck-enihuller; moro crumbs, more corn, a rup of milk with a table- until dish i. three-fourtfull. Bo spoon of Hour. or. two cups of null: sure to have crumbs Inst. Dot with two cups of Iflntir, and season-in- g thickly wilh huller, and add rich it with suit, miller and pepper milk lo make Juicy. Hake Iwenly-llv- e if desired, this cream sauce may iiiliiules in hot oven; It will I e kepi for several days and used puff up mill be brown when done. lo thicken various dishes. If (his lealloped Inmnloos No. I : Slew I Is dono, it is sometimes advisable can of tomatoes, add huller, n If I do lo use old milk, skimmed milk may rhopped onion and ptrale bread tu used; Hits method may keep II crumbs enough lo form n stiff halfrom souring If the weather Is mil ter, pnur Into hullered baking dish loo warm. and bake twenty minute. When There arc wnys of fixing crumbs epnlloped tomatoes nro left over, f crackers when scalloped dishes form inlo round croipielles and fry; are innib Urond, which Is drying or, lake a fov from your can of toiii. or day old dried' biscuits may matoes, slew for a few minutes, be toasted In the oven and ground season lo Insle, slir In henlen eggs up in the food chopper, or pounded In the proportion of Ihree In one inlo crumbs wlllia polnto masher, ipmrl. and bnko, and you havo " nr even a hatchet in an old Hour mother dish. snck. They may ho kept for some llsenlloped tomatoes No. 2: Ono days in this manner, if they happen cup grated broad orumhs,' ono cup to nr.piire a stele lasle before they browned bread crumbs, one aro used t.mst them by setting salt, one lahlespoonfiil butIhein in the oven and stirring occa- ter, one tnhlospmuftil sugar, fg. pepsionally. per, one-ha- lf lenspoonfiil soda. Mix Crackers may bo dried or rolled one can of tomatoes, tho browned inlo crumbs, with n rolling pin, or crumbs, sail, sugar, pepper, soda, (he pieces may simply lie broken and half of the butter, In a shallow, ip with the lingers, ns may dry hul tared baking dish. Spread on r toasled bread. .Whenever crack- lop the imbrowned crumbs, dot tod ers or bread is used as n filling mill: with hits of huller. and hake in a must be poured over tho vegetables. moderate oven for a hnlf hour. t addition lo this method of Pea pudding (vegetable) ; Slew in ...... scalloping, vegetables like pnlatoos II...i i....... iiijiurr one i;jiu 01r I'eiii. im-iii may he scalloped without eilhor until very lender and very little crackers or broad crumbs, but by liquor left, press them through a simply pouring milk over them, colander, adil grape nuts or gruntit.) seasoning with salt and popper and to thicken the mass lo consistency butler to taste. Potateoj fixed ill of cako bailer, stir well, and bake m this inanner should be sliced thin pudding dish thirty to forty minand placed in a shallow pan and utes. Bread crumbs may bo d baked until Ihoy are done. This for the ooreal. Serve ns a requiru as long as an hour in some vegelnhle. ovens which bent slowly, especially lvscalloped Pumpkin: In a butter-e- d if the layers of potatoes aro deop. baking dish, arrango n layer of F.ight medium sized silver skinned piinlpkin; cover wilh a layer of onions, turn eupfuls broad crumbs. boiled rice, then a layer of while Ihreo lalilosponnfols huller. three mnro and (111 the dish in thlg manlablespocmfiils Hour, one leospoon-fu- l ner. Cover with crumbs, dot with salt, .pepper, two eupfuls hoi buirtr. and bake until brown on lop. milk, or one cupful milk and on Serve as a vegelable. rupful of waler. Melt the butter, lUrnllopcd Com: One egg, ono cup add the Hour and seasoning, stir milk, one-ha- lf cup crumbs, one can until perfectly smooth, add the hot of rorn. Mix healen eeg through milk (.lowly, stirrinc all the. time. Iho milk and stir through (he corn; pour this arrnneo In layers in buttered bak- Let boil five minutes, sttuco over Hie onions which have ! illr dish wilh I In. ermiiha mul s.ill been cooked in boiling sailed water. land pepper and huller on nneh Iny- -, Cover with broad .crumbs. Bake er. Bake slowly until set and brown until a golden brown in a moderate on top. ovon. Scallop! Cahbaee: Boll tho cnb-- I Piihtloes on Otssernle. Peel six or hage In waler for about live mineight potatoes and slieo them thin. utes, adding n pinch of soda. Drain Chop line two small jtnlnns and a thoroughly and placo onhhago in lablcpoonful of parsley. Now olonr waler again enough lo cover nwasiifM wilh caro half a ton- - it and boll until tender. Chop tho j spoonful of salt and a quarter lon- -, drained cabbage and place a layor spooliful of pepper, half a cupful of it In a porcelain dish. Cover flfloh of milk and water, and three with snure made of one cup milk, heaping tnblospoonfuls of grated two tnl)h"woiis huller. two table eheese. Put a heaping loaspoonful spoons Hour, and seasoning In tasle. of huller in the enssorolo thou nllrr-nat- e Cover lite first layer o( rohhaun layers of potatoes, seasoning, with sauce and sprinkle with grated onions and parsley. Now put in the cheese. Repeal until tho materials water, cover, and bake twenty min-uto- s: aro all used. Sprinkle Hie (op wilh pour in the milk, cover and paprika, gralod rhoofo and bread bake fifteen minutes mnro Sprinkle crumbs, with dabs of butler. Hake with the grated rhooso and brown the scalloped cabbage until brown. rt lvscalloped corn. Butler, a The cheoso may be otnitUd if not baking dish; sprinkle a layer liked. ng hs . I j two-ipia- FARMERS' NIQHT SCHOOL, KY. Through Ihc efforts of H. 0. Lamb, mctnlior of Hoard of Agricultural Madison Directors of Southern Counly, Wnlaccton farmers aro lo havo an "Agricultural Night School. This sohool begins Monday night, at 7:00 o'clock, March 21. Tim farmers of Wnllarelori showed their interest in having this Night School by sending n list or 55 names of farmers to the County Agent last Saturday. Men, women and children are invited to take ndvanlago of this opportunity and attend each night. Speakers from our Stale Colic-gami Lexington, of Agriculture, Berea College, will bo on the pro gram. Meetings will ho Held in the Wallace Glinpcl. The sneakers aro to he given transportation from Boone Tavern and returned each night by H. 0. Lamb, of Wallaceton. The following subjects jwill be discussed Monday night: Seeds: Held and garden- and' gardening; Tuesday night, soils and fertilizers: Wednesday night: Feeding Cows, and Milk as n Food; Thursday "night; Crop Ilolation and Cultivation; Friday night: Livo S'ock cattle, hogs, sheep and poultry; Saturday night: Fruit Growing and Hoys' and Girls' Agricultural Club Work. - TEST THAT SEED CORN Hush work has not yet gripped tho farmer. Ho still has time to do any number of thing?, which, will pay big dividends in lime, money and pleasure before tho summer is gone. And among these many things nothing is more important at this time than the testing oC, his seed-cor- n. Of course, there arc many kinds of testers which can be bought or can bo made at home. Any wlicther it is made of lumber and filled with sawdust or i? mado of canton flannel, .will do just so long as It is a tester. Tho only, thing the corit-lest- inlo clean laud. First, Ihc use of scabby polnlocs for seed should bo avoided and, second, oven though you do not seo any scalf, the seed Vocational Schools potatoes should bo disinfected as a 1st Door power, combined with Training that adds to your money-earnin- g means of insuranco against bringgeneral education. ing in scab. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Prlnt- Formalin la tho .material com-- i Ing, Commerco and Telegraphy. monly used for disinfecting potaFOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, toes against senh. It is a liipiid that Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. can bo bought at any drug store. Formalin is the same as a 10 per cent solution of formaldehyde. One 2nd Door Foundation School pint of formalin is mixed with General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo thirty gallons of water and the pn- vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, laloes. in a burlap sack, aro soaked we can put you with others liko yourself and givo cbanco for most rapid improvement. in this solution for two hours. This should be done before the potatoes are cut, as the formalin may 3rd Door English Academy Course Injure the cut seed pieces. At tho For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not going period, the end of the two-hothru Col I ego and desire moro general education. It also gives sack is taken out and tho potatoes the host general education for thoso who wish a good start in t spread out on the table or lloor study and expect to carry it on by themselves. dry.. This formalin solution wilf treat ten lots of tubers without 4th Door Normal School losing strength, but the amount or tho best training for thoso who expect to teach. This gives liquid becomes less each time. Courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can leach through Uio Formalin costs tOc. to 50c, a pint, summer and fall and attend sohool through tho winter and spring, and a pint will disinfect 10 to 12 thus earning money to keep right on in thoir courses of study. bushels. For 'treating small quanRead Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teach a District School." tities of potatoes for planting the home garden patch, I I'arl of forAcademy Course malin should be used with 210 parts 5th Door This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, water, as for example, rupful of Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The of formalin to CO eupfuls of water. Academy is now Berea's largest department' The formalin that is not used this year can be kept in a corked botBerea College tle and used next year and it will 6th be just as strong then as now. This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard After tho land becomes infected courses in all advanced subjects. w with tho potato scab organism,- - it For A Temporary Raise In Board is forced by war conditions. ;s almost impossible to rid it of the years the board has remained tho samo in Dorca, but the (he soil and also ap- twenty-fiv- e scab. Liming country (lnds itself now makes plying fresh manure just before unusual situation in which the wholo rfavo in the pat planting potatoes makes conditions it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we thm-wil- l ' more favorable for scab and PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent increase the amount of scab by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: injury to potatoes on land that alSPRING TERM ready contains tho- - scab organism. Expenses for Boys Disinfecting the seed potatoes will ACA11KMY VOCATIONAL AND lessen the amount of scab when tho COl.Lr.UK AND NORMAL FOUNDATION M.IIOOLS potatoes aro planted on scabby soil. $ 7.00 $ COO $ 5.00 Incidental Fee PEOPLE Berea's Berea's ur Berea's lea-toon- ful j Berea's Preparatory Door . MAKES FINE PARDNER Bookkeeping can often be combin- Room 5.00 20,-19- 5.00 11.25 S2J25 ,5.00 1 farmer needs to know is how much life and vigor each ear selected for seed shows. Ho knows from the experience of many of his friends and neighbors last season that corn may Jook all right and be perfect food for man or biast and still bo very poor seed. If ho tested last year; ho will cortainly test again this season. If "ho failed to test last season ho had better lalk to his neighbors who did or look up tho counly agent anul have a chat with him. ed witli other pursuits to advantage. It makes a good partner with the farmer, fruit grower, and gardner. , Board, 5 weeks ... Amount duo March Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. Total for Term 11.25 21.25 1155 '632.50 ll5 $33i0 S 0.00 2355 1155 S3i.50 $ 7.00 5.00 10.00 S 5.00 KEP UP THE FIGHT Incidental Fco Our soldiers abroad arc through Room 5.00 lighting; but our soldiers of tho Bpard, 5 weeks 10.00 soil arc still on tho job. As a hunAmount duo March 20, 1919 ... 20.00 gry world needs food, plan tho garBoard, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. 10.00 den campaign of 1019 on paper now. "TEL- V " " ' ' ' Then order tho seeds at once. $30.00 Total for Term Expenses for Girls 5.00 10.00. 21.00 10-0- , 22.00 10D0 'SI 1.00 '332.00 - CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.4Sf?l..r0, No. 3 A FARMER'S CREED n. 2, yellow $1.19 white No. .'5 1. I believe in red clover, in white 1.50, No. 2 iiiK-ih-I mixed $1.4 Iff 1.10, white ear S1.453 clover, in sweet clover, in eowpeas, 1.47, yellow ear $1.4(1 LIS. in soy bean?, and above all, I believe Sound Hay. Timothy, per ton $.11.2.". in alfalfa, the que'en of forage plants. S 3.1.2.", and sound clover mixed $20.25 2. I believe in a permanent agri031.25. culture, in a soil tjiat grows richer Oats No. 2 white G.V,40GCc, No. 3 rather than poorer from year to white OlSft'c, No. 2 mixed C34G -- laundry. Corner rooms 'This docs not includo tho dollar deposit nor money for books or $1.00 more. year. 3. I believe in CO bushel and 10 bushel wheat and shall not be satisfied with less. S. I bolievo that the only good weed is a dead weed, and that a clean farm is as important as a clean conscience. 5. I believe in tho farm boy and the farm girl, tho farmer's best crop and tho futuro's best hope. 0. I belicvo in tho farm woman, and will do all in my power to make hpp life easier and happier, 7. I beliovo in tho country school that prepares for country life, and in a country church lltat leaches its people to lovo deeply and live, honorably. 8. I believe in community spirit, a priilo in tho homo and neighbors, and I will do my part lo mako my own community Jtlic best in tun Stalo to livo in. 9. I beliovo in better roads, and I will tiso tjio road drag whenovcr tho roads aro ready for it. 10. I belicvo in happiness, I beliovo in tho power of n smilo, and will uso mino on evory possible occasion. It. I beliovo in tho farmer. I beliovo in tho farm life. I belicvo In the inspiration of tho ojicn country. 12 I am proud to bo a farmer, 1 an proud to bo a member of a farm liiirgau, and I will try earnestly lo uphold tho worthy namo. E, J. K, in tho Kansas Industrialist. DISINFECT THE SEED POTATOES Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fes Business F,tll Winter Strivr 110.00 112.00 $11.00 Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 11.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 0.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course, for students in other departments: 0 Stenography --. Typewriting, with one hour's ClV4c. 5.00 6.00 7.00 uso of instrument Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Com. Law., Com.' Geog, Com. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 1.50 1.80 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 02c, centralized creamery extras OOVic, tlrsts M'Ac. Kggs Prime firsts 37c, firsts 3G'(4c In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. ordinary firsts Xic. All students do some work with their hands from six to six- Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs, 48c; fryers, 2 lhs and over, 3Se; roast- leen hours a week as janitors or in' tho farm, carpenter shop, printing chickens, over 2 lhs, 35c : fowls, 5 ing ofllce, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which lhs and over, .'tie: do, tuider 5 lhs, reduces their expenses. 31c; do, roosters, 22c. young man or young woman can get an education Any s Live Stock. at Berea if there is tho will to do so. Cattle Shippers $13010.50. choice $12014, common to fair $7011.00; If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be heifers, extra $12.50013.50, good to in school tho full year, by all means they ihould ento.r for a course durcholco $11012, common to fair $0,500 10; cows, extra $10011.50, good to ing tho winter and spring terms. choice $8010. common to fair $5,500 7.50. The public schools will close nboil Christmas and the teachers Calves Kxtra $J( .250 17.50, fair to and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter good $14.50017, eomiuon and large $7 months but should bo studying in Berea whero tho best education can 014. be gotten for least money. able-bodied A Miser, A Woman And Two Stars A Irish potatoes often havo rough scab liko spots on tho surfaces of Iho tubers, and sometimes .theso spots bocomo deeply craoked. This is what is known as potato bcab. Tho organism, which causes this scab, lives in tho soil year after year, after it is onco carried thero ly planting scabby seed potatoes Therefore, all precautions should bo used to provont introducing scab miser, born In a land afar, Who'd gained a fortune over here. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Where Liberty Is the guiding star, Looked up from his gold with a bitter leer. Back yard gardeners aro not to Use Preventives "I got It by pinching and Going with- bo without thoir troubles, as usual, Loss of tlme, money and health out; this year. often can bo prevented by the us They call mo greedy; I am," said he. Nowil is tho dreaded corn-borof some simple, Inexpensive prevent "The Nation's call to lend I flout. and he measure. At ull times, epeclully and tho For bonds they'll get no gold from locusts that will swarm over the during those days of Inlluenza you me." country this spring, necording to tiliould never allow yourself to remain physical condition. If In u A woman gazed on. a star of gold. Wilfred Wheeler, secretary of tho attacked by disease, while your reShe'd given all she had to give, State Department of Agriculture sistance Is low you timy pay for It And sacrificed to lend, 'twas told, "Dofer putting out young .fruit with a long Illness or possibly with Liberty and Land might lire. That treos until no.xt year," is tho warnlife Itself. "And I'll lend again and wain," buo ilost people think a doctor's only ing to tho farmer, according lo Secsaid, retary Wheeler. "Postpono budding uso Is to bo sent for In case of emer"To help to remedy war's Ills, gency, like a llreman, and bu bronchi "And to keep true faith with our hero operations; do no pruning this winrunning with his pillbox In bund Just dead ter or spring. In tho nick of time to cheat tbu under By helping pay our bills." taker, Muny a funeral could have been prevented by a pill taken at Mary walked up to tho ironing-boar- d the rlKht time, do to a doctor once HANG ONI and said to her mother, "Don't In a while. Let him thump your chest bone, gaze on the scenic mysteries of Don't forget! Liberty Bonds are go- burn my noso off." o your tongue, count your pulse and ing above par. That Is why brokers "Why not?" asked her mother. your lungs. Neglect of health Is are advertising for them. Brokers "Becausq you wouldn't havo nuf-fl- n' u common form of thrlftlestiness, .Miss Margaret Wilson, who has devoted her time to tho entertulument of know. Be wis. Hang onto your to part my hair by." wounded fcoldlcrs In Fruuee, sluglng at tho Bed Cross military hospital at 0 Hue, Thrift Magazine. bonds. I l'lcdnl, Purls. Chicago Tribune. er "17-yeur' "Kl-yea- r" run-dowwar-time llrst-class tele-phon- Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an old. In nood health and of good character. This mar bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly auvico write in uie secretary, Wonderful Chlnete Altar. Is no nltnr on curlh which vies In marble majesty with the altar of heaven Tien Thin In tbu Minth of tho Cblnose city of Peking, which Km- peror Yting-lof the Ming dynasty reared In A. I). 1420, with Its triple balustrades, stairs and platforms of pure white mnrble curved miraculously, Its great circle covering a wide nrea' In tho midst of a vast Inclosure C alhoun. ou'"' lau """-,There the emperoHknelt onco n year A cunn and worshiped "the only being In the About to wed Mazlo Muldoon, Decided a necklnco universe he could look up to" Shang-t- l Ah groom's gift too reckless. tho emperor of tho world above, whoso court wns In the sky nnd tho He'll glvo Mnzo a Koto como next June. spear tips of whose soldiers were tho There Liberty Loan Levity e J stars, MISS WILSON SINGS FOR THE WOUNDED Mnrcli 20, 1010. THE CITIZKN nny.klnd of n human being, cs- peelnlly If lie like pudding nml milk ns well ns you do," mild tlio senntor, who then Introduced mo In these words: "Mr. President, this In my young friend, llnrton Hnynes, of the neigh- Kirhood of I.lckltyspllt In tho town of Ihillybcon a coming mnn of this county." "Come on," wns tho plnyful rcmnrk of tho president ns ho took my hand. "I shnll he looking for you." I hnd cnrcfully chosen my words and I remember saying, with somo like one In n story hook, although with n trembling voice: "It Is nn honor to meet you, sir, nnd nlmoflt dig-nlt- Pago Sovu THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARING A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING I BACHELLE- RMrwon of DM AND I. DASHL Of THE tUSStD . WJ HOlMN. wiriNO ur vith uizit, etc, etc tilU well-to-d- in; 'ynrfsW 0YN0P8I8. CHArTF.R I Unrton Raynes, orphan. In taken to live with Ml uncle, Peabody Ilaynra, and hli Aunt Deri on a farm on a llatllrroad In a neighborhood called pllt. about the yrar H2. Ilarlon meeta Bally Munkelberg, about hli own axe, but aoclally of a claaa above the llayneara, and la faaclnated by the pretty fare and fine clothe. "CHAPTER Roving Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the "Bllent Woman." Amoa Urlmihaw, young aon of the rlcheit man In the townahlp, la a vliltor at the Ilaynra home, and Roving Kate telli the fortunea of the two bojra, predicting a bright future for liar-to- n and death on the gallowa for Amoa. Iteprovrd for an act of boyish mlichlef Ilarton run away, Intending to make hli lth the Ounkelberga. He reachea home the village of Canton and falta Into a aleep of eihauatlon on a porch. There he la found by Hllna Wright. Jr., promt, rent man In public atTalra. who. Knowing I'eabocy Ilayn. takra Ilarton home after buying him new clothra. Lick-tty- mti bo understood thnt people In the towns were more pnrtlculnr nhout their dress those duyg thnn now. "I'll risk my nunt nnd undo nhout It," I proposed. "Tlml's nil right," he nnswered. "I'm going to drive to your house this afternoon nnd your undo wlslws you to go with me. We nro all to have n talk with .Mr. Grlmshnw." lie left ino nnd I went over to Air. Khould It o Wright's. N W and Mi uncle CHAPTER and aunt visit Canton and luar Hllas Wright read a sermon. IH-Ttn- Wright evlnrea laa CHAPTER much Intoreat In Ilarton, and remla a box of booka and magatlnra to the llaynea The elftlon of 8llaa Wright to ho the United State achate la announced. IV-Bl- Rarton la twelve CHAPTER V-yeara old he bvcomra aware of the existence of a wonderful and myiterloui "Money," known rotirrthrough aa poainaelon and learna hla of that how, thing ftrlmihaw la the moil power-fand greatly dreaded man In the com. munlly, moat of tho antler being In hli After debtWright a vlnlt to the llaynea homo leaven a note In a aralrd en. Mr. velope. which Ilartun la to read on the flrit night when he Iravea home to attend acliooL won-drrful CHAPTER li aiked drive a load to mill, nrrlvri eafely, but In a anowatorm, unable to are the road, the honea gel Into tho ditch and a wheel of the wngon la broken. Uncle manage I'rabody to get together enough tn aatlafy Orlmahaw and obtain an exlenalon, rton to They told me thnt ho wns cutting corn In tho buck lot, whero I found him. "Mr. Dunkelbcrg enmo this morning nnd wanted to buy mo somo new clothes nnd hoots," I sntd. Tho senator stopped work and stood looking at mo with his hands upon his hips. "I wouldn't let him do It If I wero you," ho snld thoughtfully. Just then I snw n young man come running townrd us In the dlstnnt field. Mr. Wright took out his compnss. "I.ook here," he snld, "you sec the needlo points due north." He took n lodcstono out of his pocket, nnd holding It nenr tho compnss moved It hack nnd forth. The needlo followed It. The young mnn enmo up to us brenthlng deeply. Perspiration was rolling off hfs face. He wns much excited nnd spoke with some dlfllculty. "Senator Wright," ho gnsped, "Mrs. Wright sent me down to tell yon that President Vnn Ruren Is nt the house." Iremembcr vividly tho look of mild amusement In the senntor's face and the serene calmness with which ho looked nt the young mnn nnd said to "It Is an Honor to Meet You, Sir, and Thank You For the Riant to Vote-W- hen I am Old Enough." thank you for the right to vote I nwny. "You see all wnys nro north when you put this lodcstono nenr tho needle," he went on. "If It Is to tell you the truth you must keep tho lode- stone nwny from the needle. It's that nn CIIAITHR leavea home to wny, too, with me compass or your attend Michael Market's achool. Amoa soul, partner. Thero tho lodcstono Is Orlmnhaw la arretted charged with the selfishness, nnd with its neip you enn murder of the atranger. make any direction look right to you nnd soon you're lost." CHAPTER IX. He bound the Inst bumllo nnd then., we wnlked together toward tho house, I Meet President Van Duren and Am the senator cnrrylng his sickle. by Mr. Orlmihaw. "I shnll Introduce you to tho prcsl- The days went cnsler nfter thnt. dent," ho snld ns wo nenred our des The hoys took me Into their piny nnd perhaps you had bet- some or them wero most rnendiy. I i' tination. 'Then - u lin ter lenve us. ...ie. t...i . nniti 4. 'vi imu IJUll ll em'it I could not remember that I had well ns n strong arm, nnd could hold I ' over been "Introduced" to nnybody. my own nt three old cnt n kind of knew thnt people put their wits on exbnscbnll which wo played In tho, often flung down a "snng" schoolyard. Saturday enme. As wo hibition nnddemonstrating their fitness by wny of were sitting down nt the table thnt tho honor, when they wero Intromorning, tho younger children clung for I remember asking In books. Mr. Ilnckot nnd , duced to tho knees of rather timidly: begged hi in to take them up tho liver "What shall I say when when you In n boat. Introduce mol" "Good Lordl What wilt thou glvo "Oh, sny anything you wnnt to say," mo when I grow childless V ho exho nnswered with a look of amuseclaimed with his anus around them. ment. "Thnt wns the question of Abraham, "I'm kind o' senred," I snld. and It often comes to me. Of course "You needn't be ho wns once a Wo shnll go. Hut hark I Let us hear poor boy Juit llko you." what the green dmlr has to sny." "Just like mo I" I repeated thoughtThere was it moment of silence and fully, for while I hnd heard n good then ho went on with u merry laugh. deal of thnt kind of thing In our home. "Right ye lire. Michael Henry I You It hud not, somehow, got under my nro always right, jy boy God bless Jacket, as they used to sny. your soul I Wo shnll tako Hart with "Just llko you cowhldo nnd nil us nn' doughnus nn' checso nn' cook- tho son of n small freeholder In ies nn' dried meiit for nil." on tho Hudson," ho went on. From thnt moment I ditto tho "Hut ho was well fed In bruin and of my love for tho occupnnt body nnd kept his henrt clenn. So of of the greeii chnlr In tho homo of Mi- course ho grew nnd Is still growing. chael Uncket. Those good peoplo wero That's n curious thing nbout men nnd If they nro In good Catholics nnd I u I'rotestant nnd yet women, Hurt. this Michael Henry nhvuys Insisted ground nnd properly cured for they never I upon the most dellcnto conslderntlon never stop growing and for my faith nnd feelings. that's n pretty full word Isn't It? Wo had come In sight of tho house. "I promised to spend tho morning In tho Ueld with Mr. Wright. If I way I lagged behind n little when I snw the great mnn sitting on the small have your consent, sir," I sold. "Then we shall console oursclyes, piaizu with Mrs. Wright. I sco vivknowing thnt you nro In better idly, us 1 write, tho full figure, the ruddy, kindly fuce, tho Inrgo nose, tho snld Mr. Ilacket. Mr. Diinkelherg culled nt tho house gray eyes, tho thick hnlo of silvered In Ashery lano to sco mo after hnlr extending from his collar to the bald top-- of his bend. Ho rose nnd breakfast. "Hurt. If you will como with mo I said In n deep voice: "Ho sows 111 luck who hinders tho should llko to order somo storo clothes and boots for you," ho enld In his reaper." Mr. Wright hung hlsBlcklo on a squeaky voice. Tor a moment I know not how to small tree In tho doorynrd und ananswer him.. Nettled ns I had been by swered : "Tho plowmnn hns overtaken tho Sally's treatment of me, tho offer was like rubbing ushes on tho soreness of reaper, Mr. President. I bid you welmy splrit. come to my humble home." I blushed uud surveyed my garments "It is n pleasure to bo hero and a regret to call you back to Washingand sajd: "I guess I look pretty bad, don't IT" ton," said the presldeut as they shook "You look nil right, but I thought hunds. maybo you would feel better In softer "I supposo that means an extra sesraiment, cspeclully If you enro to go sion," tho senator unswered. "First let mo reassuro you. I shall around much with the young people. I am an bid friend of the fumlly und I gel nwny as soon us possible, for I guess It would ho proper for mo to know that u president Is a heavy burbuy tho clothes for you. When you den for one to have on his hands." "Don't worry. 1 inn get uloug with aro older you can buy a suit for mo, omn tiinn. If vnu run In." Vlll-lfartCross-Examine- d I . com-pnny- ," In Me alxteenth CHAPTER VII-N- nw year Ilarton accompanlea "Mf Purvis." the hired man, to the poatntneo at Canton. On the way the meet a rider, and the three Journey together. They are held up by a man with a gun. who makea the hlghwayman'a demand of "Your money or your life." l'urvli runa away. hlle the atranger drawa a plitnl, but before he ran ute It the robber ahoota and kllla him. Ilarton'a horae thrown him and runa away. Aa the murderer bnd over the atranger Ilarton throw a atone which he observ? wounda the thief, who makea off at once, but not until Ilarton had noted that hli gun Block wai broken In a peculiar manner. Hearch of the neighborhood for the robber la unavailing and the atranger la burled. him: "Tell Mrs. Wright to make him com- fortnble In our easiest chnlr nnd to sny to the president thnt I shnll bo up directly.' To my utter surprise ho resumed his talk with me ns tho young mnn went j when nm old enough." Vividly, too, I remember his gentle smile ns he looked down nt me nnd snld In n most kindly tone: "I think It n great honor to henr you sny that." He put his hnnds upon ray shoulders nnd turning to the senntor said: "Wright, I often wish that I had your modesty." "I need It much more thnn you do,' the senntor laughed. Strnlghtwny I left them ..with nn nwkwnrd how nnd blushing to tho roots of my hnlr. As I neared the horae of Mr. Ilacket I henrd' hurrying footsteps behind mo nnd the voice of Sally calling my name. I stopped nnd faced nbout. How chnrmlng sho looked ns she walked townrd met I hnd never seen her quite so fixed up, "Hart," she said. "I supposo you're not going to speak to meA' "If you'll speak to me," I nnswered. "I love to speak to you," she snld, "I've been looking till nround for you Mother wnnts you to come over to dinner with us fit Just twelve o'clock You're going nwny with father ns 60on ns we get through, I wnnt od to go but got the notion nil nt once that the Dunkelbergs were In need of Information nbout me nnd thnt the time hud come to Impart It. So then nnd there thnt nnclent Olympus of our family received notice as It were, "I can't," I said. "I've got to study my lessons before I go nwny with your "Hnynes, I wnnt to hnvo n tnlk with you nnd the hoy. Tell me what you know nbout thnt murder." "Wnl, I hnd some business over to Plnttsburg," my uncle began. "While I wns there I thought I'll go and see Amos. So I drove out to- Heekmnn's fnrm. They told me Hint Amos hnd left there nfter workln' four days. They gnve til m fourteen shllllns nn' he wns golal to tnke the singe In the He left some time In the mornln'. night nn' took Heekmnn's rifle with him, so they snld. There wns A piece o' wood broke out o' the stock o' the rifle. That was the kind o' gun that was used In the murder." It surprised mo that my uncle knew nil this. He hnd snld nothing to me of his Journey or Its result. "How do you know?" snnppcd Mr. Grlmshnw. "This boy see It plnln. It wns a gun with n piece o wood broke out o the stock." "Is thnt so?" wns the brusquo de- mnnd of the money lender ns he turned to me. "Yes, sir," I nnswered. "The boy lies," he snnppcd, nnd turning to my uncle ndded: "Ycr mnd 'cntiso I'm tryln' to mnke ye pny ycr honest debts nln't ye now?" Undo I'enbody, keeping his temper, shook his hend nnd cnlmly said: "No, I nln't nnythlng ngin' you or Amos, bill It's got to he so thnt n mnn enn trnvel the ronds o' this town without gettln' his head hlowed off." Mr. Punkelberg (timed to mo and nsked : "Are you sure thnt the stock of he guni you snw wns broken?" "Yes, sir nnd I'm almost sure It wns Amos that rnn nwny with It." "Why?" "I picked up n stone nnd threw Jt nt him nnd It grazed the left sldo of his fnce, nnd the other night I snw the scar It made." My nunt nnd uncle nnd Mr. Punkelberg moved with nstonlshment ns I Mr. Grlmshnw, spoke of the senr. with keen eyes fixed upon me, gnve a little grunt of Incredulity. "Huhl I.lnrl" ho muttered. "I am not n liar," I declared with whereupon my aunt angrily stirred the fire In the stove and Uncle I'enbody put his hand on my arm and - VtriOVZB imVOlN WniKATrOlIU LAST THOUGHTS OF ROOSEVELT Desired SJNDMOIOOI Lesson lily IlKV I' II KITZWATBIt, D. D., Tenclirr of Kngllnh IIIMe In lh Moo.ly Utile In.tltutA of Chicago I Cnpjrlthl mill h Wntrni Nrwiptp! I'D Ion. Republicans to Close Ranks and Give Attention to Domestic Issues. LESSON FOR MARCH 30 TANGIBLE EVIDENCE OF WISH. Colonel Harvey In North American Review Presents Facsimile of Penciled Memorandum Left by Roosevelt, Theodore Hooscvelt's Inst thoughts were of the grent domestic Issues of tils country, Issues whose dctermlnn-tlon'wldecide tho weal or woe of tho next generation. He snw In a tinltgd Hepiibllcan pnrty, Just given a voto of confidence nnd a commission to formu- Intc nnd enrry Into action policies of ll REVIEW. GOD'S HAND IN SELECTION FOR OOLDRN pFople.-l'roverbs TEXT-rilghtou- A NATION'S LIFE hn READINO-Jo- Hi exalt-et- h net a nation, but tin li a reproach to any 14:31. TOPIC-Il- ow PRIMARY people (l'aalms 77:20), God Recognizing ltd hla ' leading JUNIOR TOPIC God'a of INTERMEDIATE, od'a guidance. S TOPIC-Evlden- , cea reconstruction, the guarantee of the recognition prompt nnd successful handling of these domestic problems. Tnngihle evidence of this Is n memorandum, the Inst penciled thoughts of the Intc President. To Colonel George Harvey and the North American He- - rfri . ' 7?&f&& said: "Hush, Hart I Keep your temper, son." "If. you tell these things you may bo the menus of sending nn Innocent boy to his death," Mr. Dunkelbcrg said to me. "I wouldn't be too sure nbout 'em If I were you. It's so ensy to be mlstnken. You couldn't be sure In the dusk thnt tho stone really hit him, could you?" I nnswered: "Yes, sir I snw the stone hit und I saw him put his hand on the plnce while he wns running, I guess It hurt him some." "Look n' here, Haynes," Mr. Grin shnw began In thnt fmnlllur scolding tone of his, "I know what you want nn we might Jest ns well git right down to business first ns last. You keep this boy still an' I'll give ye five years Interest " Facsimile of Last Memorandum of Colonel Roosevelt, Penciled a Few Hour Before He Died. the drunkard of tomorrow. view the country and tho Republican party nre Indebted for the publication of this Interesting document which car ries a message from htm "who, being dead, yet speaketh." In the leading article of the current number of tho North American Review Colonel Harvey sets forth the vital Import of this lust penciled notation of Mr. Roosevelt. Hesnys: "Mr. Roosevelt died the ncknowl-edgeleader of the grent pnrty Into which he wns born. His Inst written words, penciled by his own hnnd n few (Continued next week.) hours before his death nnd addressed In the form of n memorandum for the brilliant young mnn for whoso selecTEMPERANCE NOTES tion ns Chairman of the Nntlonnl organization he wns Inrgely responsible, Tho moderate, drinker of today is were these, ns reproduced ubove In d facsimile: " 'Hnys father." It wns n blow to her. I snw tho shadow thnt fell upon her fnce. She wns yexed nnd turned nnd rnn nwny from me without another word nnd I felt n pnng of regret ns I went to tho lonely nnd deserted home of the schoolmaster. Mr. Cunkelberg At twelve-thirtenmo for me, with n horse In n new harness nnd n shiny, buggy. Ho woro cloves nnd a beaver hat nnd sat very erect and hnd little to sny. "I henr you met tho president," ho y g see him; ho must go to Wnshlngton Few men can nlTord to support i for 10 days; see Senate nnd House; saloon anil a family. prevent split on domestic policies.' "Here Is evidenced us clearly ns If the A man cannot climb tho ladder of few words filled n volume Mr. Roosesuccess und keep ono foot on the velt's .realization of both his responsibar-ra- il. Drive the saloon out of the na Ihin and the whisky boltlo out of tlio home. Slavery was abolished by COnsti Amendment, and now liquor goes the same way. hiLion.it Tho price of a drink ranges from a (limo to damnation. The man paya tin dime when bo gels tho unnK remarked. and bis family pays tlio damnation "Yes, sir. I was Introduced to him when tho drink gets him. this morning," I nnswered n bit too proudly, nnd wondering how he hnd If the Government lias tlio right heard of my. good fortune, but deeply to pass a law against opium to save gratified nt his knowledge of It. the Chinese, it has tho right to pass "What did ho havo to lay?" i I described the Interview nnd tho a law against whisky to savo Amer An American is just as looks of tho great man. Not much irnus. nioro wns said ns wo sped nwny good ns a Chinaman if ho behaves townrd the deep woods nnd the high himself. hills. I wns eagerto get home but wonWhen Prohibition Prevails dered why ho should be going with mo The Liquor Power will bo broken to talk with Mr. Orlmshnw nnd ray Organized temptation will bo rc- uncle. Of course I suspected that It had to do with Amos, but how I knew movod. not. He hummed In tho rough going Two billions more of dollars will andv thoughtfully flicked tho busUoa How every year Into legitimalo in with his whip. I never knew n more dustries. persistent hummer. Hiisiness will boom; order and shook hands with Mr. Aunt Peel and Dunkelbcrg nnd then enmo to mo nnd law will prevail; schools churches thrive sntd: Ono shall chaso a thousand boot"Wnl, Hurt Huynesl I never was so glnd to see nnybody In all tho days o' leggers nnd two shall put ten thoumy life ayes I Wo been lookln' up sand iiiillllleations to (light. eyes! You the road for nn hour "Tho wicked lleo when no man como right Into tho house this minpursueth," but thoy will mako betute both b' you." Tho ttihlo wus sprend with tho ter lime when tho Perioral Constithings I enjoyed most Wg. brown bis- tution ami statutes aro after them. For a hundred years tho church, cuits nnd u great comb of honey surrounded with Its nectar nnd u pitcher school nnd homo wero tlio crackers of milk nnd n plate of cheese and some of tho whip; now thoy havo tho Jerked meat and an npplo pie. handle. "Set right down nn' ent I. Just It will bo a happy tinio for tlio want to see ye eat ayes I do!" Mr. Orlmshaw came soon after we drunkard's wife, bis children, and folks aa well; had finished our luncheon. He hitched for tho tho greatest good to all is good his horse at tho post uud enmo In. "Good day," he said, once und for enough for me. all, as ht ewinn In at the open Moor. ' rum-seller's Tho simple bility nml his obligation. memorandum marked the Inauguration of n definite pnrty policy, to he cnrrled through to n no less definite conclusion. It wus more thnn n passing thought or n tnere suggestion. It wns n Message, signifying the need of Immediate nnd unremitting vigilance In achieving complete unity of action In resolving domestic problems beforo nttncklng those of wider range soon to be thrust upon the country n true soldier's call first to ctfso the ranks. "Nothing could bo moro characteristic or moro clearly Illustrative of the breadth of vision, tho foresight, tlio directness In method nnd the pulnstnk Ino attention of tho man. Nothing, too, probably could havo served his purpose better thnn thnt these words should have been his Inst. Dllucult ns It Is to reconcile oneself to the decree of Dlvlno Provldenco that the removal of thnt grent pntrlot at this crucial moment was not untimely, wo enn-nhut renjlze, ns he would havo been the first to acknowledge, that tho Inst vestlgo of animosities which might have continued to Impair his highest aspirations wns burled with him, nnd thereby tho perfect union which ho so ardently desired ngnlnst nil things wns nttnhied. "Thus wo find the Republican pnrty resuming full legislative authority thoroughly united nnd Invigorated by the peculiar confidence which so often carried It to victory In former years." life. Israel wns led, fed, clothed nnd disciplined by Ood. ' Lesson I. God's hnnd Is clenrly discernible In the experiences of Israel In Egypt. Israel wns to be the religious teacher of the world, therefore , the nation must sojourn In Egypt, the most ndvnnced In lenrnlng of nny nation nt that time. In order thnt Moses tilt great lawgiver might be equipped with the best possible education God used Pharaoh to oppress tho people. This oppression served a threefold purpose: (1) It served the testimony to the Egyptian nation thnt the living God wns the God of Israel. The more they oppressed them, the more they multiplied. (2) It served d beneficent purpose In bringing the nation Into Its own. It required the crucible of suffering to bring Im iinnlty Into Its own. (8) It made the nation willing to leave Egypt nnd go to Cnnnnn, the promised land. Hnd not the hand of oppression been upon them they would have chosen to remnlnj In Goshen. Lesson It. When Israel wns ready to go to Cnnaan God had a leader ready for the difficult tnsk. Ills parentage, education at Ids mother's knee nnd at Phnraoh's court, nnd communication with God In the desert of Mldlan hnd equipped him for this work. Lesson III. Though enslaved by a powerful nntlon, God undertook freedom for Israel, and by ten telling strokes the plngues he tore the shackles from their hnnds nnd set them free. The Passover Is n memorial of that blessed deliverance. Lesson IV. God opened the Red sen and mnde a path of safety for Israel to cross, but overwhelmed Phurnoh and his hosts In the sea.-Lesson V. Israel bitterly complained when they faced the wilderness God sent them innnna and quails. The mannn did not fall them until they came Into Canaan. Lesson VI. God sent Jethro to give needed counsel to Moses. The strength of Moses wns nbout to brenk. God took one outside of the commonwealth of Israel nnd through him communicated the wisdom which Moses needed to save him from collapse through overwork. j Lesson VII. At Stnal Israel Is organized Into n nntlon, nnd the ten nre given ns their constitution. In this constitution Is clenrly set forth man's duty to God and his obligation to his fellow men. Lesson VIII. God's hnnd Is seen In his burning nngcr ngnlnst the nation for turning nwny from him to worship; the golden cnlf. fie Is n Jenlous God; he will not tolerate n rival. Lesson IX. Through unbelief the spies are sent to senrch out Canaan. When they were urged to take possession of the Innd according to God's promise they rebelled. Recause of this fullure God caused them to wander In the wilderness for 38 years. Lesson X. When God's disciplinary measures had run their course the people were back again upon the borders of Cnnnnn. Joshua wns chosen by God to lend the people, as Moses' time to depart hnd come. Lesson XI. In the cities of refugo God provided thnt revenge should not tnke the plnce of Justice. Lesson XII. Refore Joshua's death God through hhn'set forth the condl-- , thins upon which the nation's welfure could be maintained, namely, whole hearted obedience to God and separn-- I tlon from their wicked neighbors. with-outfoo- Since Israel wns a theocratic nntlon, perhaps the best method of review will be to trace God's hnnd In 'that nation's A Prayer. ROOSEVELT'S DEPARTING WORDS TO HIS COUNTRYMEN CfiAIlKNCB TIIUE WILSON. Col. Roosevelt died about 4 o'clock on tho morning of January 0, The Sphere of HI Holiness. previous eveuing at a great patriotic If tbjs sphero of his mercy and rally In the New York Hippodrome a message wns read from him, written wrath, tenderness and severity, Is so especially for tho occnslon. In It was beautiful, what shall be the splendor of the sphere of his holiness? What this striking sentence: "We have room for but one flag, the the glory of the presence chamber, American flag, and this excludes tho Judged by the excellence of this disred Hag, which symbolizes all wars tant boundary lodgoT agulnst liberty and civilization Just na Going to Church. much as It excludes any foreign flag We cannot take advantage of the of u nutlon to which we are hostile, and we huve room for but ono church without going to church, any soul loyalty, and that Is loyalty to the mora than we could take advantage school, without golug of a week-daAmerican people." to classes tach day. y Our Fathrr, we bless thee that thou hnst not waited to be nsked but knowing our need, bust permitted us, In thy grent mercy, to make our requests known unto thee, ns well ns our adoration nnd Joy In thee, so we pray thee for the things thnt nre requisite Thou knowest whnt nnd necessnry. things we have need of before we ask thee, but thou hast bidden us ask thee because thou dellghtest In our, consciousness of dependence upon thee,' and wouldst have us feel our needs that we may be fit to receive their Through Jesus Christ, our supply. Lord. Amen. ; Pnuo Right TUB CITIZEN March 20, 1019. farm to Joo Vaughn nnd Hudson sec thoir littlo nieco who wns very n visit lo Dayton, 0., recently. Sho Charley Mulllns of Harlan wns entertained most royally by nn TORNADO SWEEPS Dennis nnd will have n salo the sick. 20th. He will sell stock and house- county has moved lo tho George obi friend nnd patron, Mrs. Blanch Major Swnbaden, formerly of Berea, and hold goods. Hens are 2.1 cents per Thacker placo at Climax. MISSISSIPPI TOWN in return for past services her old (loiiiid and eggs .1.') cents per dozen Gadd purchased n nice nt Creasy. Hlgginbothnm. friends hcslnwc! lavish gifts and at llerry Slone's sloro mule from William Ted Gny onn numerous favors. Prominent among I The remnins of Thomas Townsond, near Wnllaceton. No cormpondt nn publlihnl unlrai Icnnl In full by the writer. The name NAINU MUUata, KILLinU LIVE a soldier hoy who tiled in St. Paul, Tine Williams, whilo out hunting tho other articles was a lovely U not for publication, but aa an erldenre of jrond faith. Write plilnljr. 8TOCK AND TAKING A TOLL "crape machine" wnlsl, n "silk foil Minn., the tnth of December, of flu, one night last week, beenmo frightOF TWELVE PERSONS. was brought to this place tho Dili ened nt something and almost ran pomntin." Ami sho slept in n handthrowing tlio mule on lis side. Mr. of March and buried in the Skinner themselves to death lo pet home. JACKSON COUNTY somely furnished room nil shlnln' i i Flnnery, Claude Conglelon, llobert miryiug ground, .. iis wne, lormcny. John Berry who has been at tho with real "hohbony" nml "eliany' Green Hall ii Eight Tenant! Are Among Henry ,11 flreen Hall, Mnrch 10. F.lder 0 Wilson, Arlluir Bryant, with a ride over town In an "ollo-hill- ." Planter and of JMIMU OIVlllllCl, llUlllg IliillgUi- - training ramps in Texas has relumVictim the Storm North of pliurrli nl Koch Heckiicll nml Lllsha Chestnut ennm Ujly m ()f nu nt tlie lime of Ills ed homo. W. S'enle lielil Truly "the chanties that Little Preston Mai tin Vlckiburg. Spring Saturday, nml Sunday, Hie lo its rescue and after a eonsldern- - death, he was kept there until she. of near Falmouth Is visiting his soothe and heal and bless wcro first Sunday meeting held since hie struggle succeeded In saving it siilllriently recovered to accompany grandfather, 0. V. Owens. Mt. scattered at her feet like flowers." Wmtrrn Newspaper Union New Banrle. last September. A good congrega- - life. Circuit Court has been going the remains home, Tho sorrowing nnd Mrs. R. T. Abney visited friends Doctor Woidler of Berea College Ylcknliiirg, Miss. A cyclone itevns. Hon was out each day and all seemed on at Hooneville the past week. It relntives have our sympathy. W. S. Payne, gave a very lucid and practical ex- tnted nn urea n mile wide In IsMiiipieun in Berea Sunday. (!. to enjoy tho sermon very much. is understood thai lion, John lesSloue Is ipiile ill nt this writ L. & N. operator at Sliidor, spent position of the Sunday-schonml Shnrkey counties, two miles Month A good many citizens nroiind here Kversole is giving the violators to ing. Mrs. Nannie Wood of Log Sunday with his parents, Mr. and ion nt Blue Lick church, March 10. of (Irnrc nml Tm miles north of Vlckv attended Circuit Court nt Hooncvilla understand Unit if they violate tbei .Ck spent the past two weeks with Mrs. 0. M. Payne, of this plnre. Owing to tho prevalence of sickness burg, taking n tell of l lives, klllliik' the past week Arthur I'ierson. an law there is no other remedy "but'1Pr cousin, Mrs. Poarlie Thomas. nnd tho uucomfortnbo condition or live stork nml nixing ninny hoimcs nnd Boone n tnirt of cypress liruke valued ut near over seas soldier, came In home to suffer the penalty. The llcv. Mrs. Sheldon Williams nnd Baby Boone, March II. The Rev. L. 0. tho church house prayer services J1.000.ixh). J. W. Johnson, of Vlcks-hurthe past week. II. F.. Evans child- - A. D. Bowman was summoned are visiting her parents Goorh filled his regular appoint- will be held at the home of T. J. Irvine uii nged planter, whose plnnln-Hoattending school come nt once to Lockland, 0, as1 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vaughn, of this ment nt the Baptist church Saturrcn who haviHieen Flnnery next Sunday, Instead of tin Is at I'nutherhun, In .Sharkey at Aimvillc arc homo now and all his daughter, Delia, was ill. He ,,lnee. day and Sundny last. Farmers in regular services at 2:00 p. in- - All county, and eight of Ills necro tenants have measles. They al e doing went to Heidleburg the same day weri killed. More than 'JOO men npent this vicinity are plowing nnd burn- urn cordially Invited. very nicely. Harrison Pierson sold he received the message, expecting several hours In searchhiK for Joint-filmLEE COUNTY ing tobacco beds. Mr. nnd Mrs. hoily. The body wan found under a pice pair of mules nt Boonevillo to hoard the train next morning. Beattyvllle Bristol Taylor are visiting relatives Monday and got in return $100 nml but just before the arrival of the Heattlville, March 17. Tho farm at Wliitesburg Ibis week. Wilburn "SUB" CHASER IN COLLISION n corner of his home. An elTort Is being iiiiule to ohetnlu n special train In a nice mare. F. F. McCollum sold train another messago came that it1 its in this county are taking ad Gatllff had a fine young milk cow to oud for his body and tiring It to Vli Crushes Into Feryboat Newton at a fresh Jersey heifer (will not be was not necessary to come n3 his vantage of this warm, pleasant ilie Inst week. Mrs. Will Rich, of Johnson was 71) years old nnd Dotton No Lot of Life -t- wo years old until June) to Boyd daughter was better. Tho oil; weather and are making things Roekford, was Hie guest of Mrs. Jas. married, hut had no children. K. It. Reported. Gabbard for 6100. Married March men bavo not returned yet to dc- -j happen in the way or farming. Green, plantation inniiauer for J. It. Grant last Sunday. Tom Johnson is 8th, Hubert Flnnery (recently dis- - ride in regard to the worth of the Tho oil business in this county is on the 9ick list. Geo. Cope's family 17. Itn.stoii, Mnrch Submarine Sinn I, near (Iniee, and his rook, Amelia FrnziTr were Injured slightly and charged from the nrmyi U Miss last well. nml the puKsoncer enrrjing James A. Bowman's hotter than ever, and will bo belter have all been down with the flu, dinner Audrey Strong, of Sturgeon. They family have the flu at present, as the roads dry up, so (Jint hut are some better. The flu has ferrjlxint .Newton were In collision brought to Vlekshurg. Green's left leg nenr the ferry slip here. No Ions of broken, and It Is feared Hint he rehave tho best wishes of the entire There arc several cases around the'mnchinery can ho moved from about subsided In thisvicinilyw ceived Internal Injuries. Four negroes Ufa wax reported. community. F. F. McCollum will here, we iiopo that no rurtlicr place to place. Six good wells havo Mrs. Lucy Beldon nnd daughter. were kuiisi on inu ninni plantation, Mrs. been drilled over in the Big Sink Miss Susie, have returned to their move to Travelers' Host about the spread will take place. KENTUCKY NEWS first of April. This will bo a torn- - Thclma Baker of Laurel Creek, Clay ing country within tho last two home at Falmouth after an extend(Conllontd rrom Ttg Oat) porary inovo as he is now on a deal county, will be a render of Tho weeks. The coal mining business ed visit with friends and relatives ZAPATA'S CONTROL BROKEN I see where lor a rami Tour miles out of Lex- - Citizen. she is right 'has somewhat slackened up, by at this place. months or more; the names of such iugton. Grccly Robinson who was in taking ndvnntngo of reading a reason of having a good supply ol parlies bo listed as no good nnd a Government Troop Take Charge Afttr rccontly discharged from the army good paper. Laura Frye has Cnal on hand in this county at pres MADISON COUNTY list furnished each doctor in county Morelo Waa Governed For Ten camo home last Sunday. Wc are double pneumonia. ent. Viola Hicronymus Misses for reference so he may know when Coyla Year Oy Bandit. glad lo see tho boys coming home Major and Edna Lutes of Primrose wcro Is n dead Coyle, March 17. Mrs. K. B. called whether the party Major, March 16. jSissy Venable's lilfle girls are There was in town a few days the first of tho Mexico City. The slate of Morelos, Wnrford visited her cousin, Mrs. beat or not. suffering with 'grippe. church at Union Chapel Sunday, week on business. Tho measles Just w ti Hi of this city. In completely James Gentry, Wednesday night. Brother Iledmnn as pastor. McKee Born are raging again in nnd about St. For (he first time in church his under the control of (overument McKcc, March 17. Thoro is a to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hacker a Helens ami a few other places In William Yates, who has been in Iho lory of Lexington simultaneous re tronpi after 'having been overrun for army for the past three years, Is good deal of sickness in and near new girl. 10 years by hands commanded hy Mr. and Mrs. hmerson, tlic countv amonir tho children. We services wero held, .when nlno Znpnta. A rumpnlKii conducted McKee, mostly smallpox and meas- - Halcomh, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .Imld. still have a few cases of flu and one visiting his sister, Mrs. Margaret vival of that city, representing by (Senenil 1'ahln Olonmle. command Mrs. M. A. Bates vis- churches les. J. H. Llewellyn spent several Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bowles. Mrs case of smallpox in town nt present. Pettvjohn. Baptist, Christian Presbyterian or of the Government forces, lifts been days, in Lexington last wcok. Hazel Lucy Taylor and family wore thej Most of our soldier boys have re ited Mrs. John Green Sunday. Mrt. the successful, Zapata and n few hundred George Bishop nnd children wer" Methodist ami Episcopal denomina i.iowcilyn, who has been very sick, guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.noch Hal- - turned savo a few from over seas Berea visitors Thursday. Tho tions, begnn services Sunday to bo followers being driven Into tlie ahuoit Mrs. and we hopo they will soon return. is improving. Mr. and The Junior King's! comb Sunday. death angel visited Hie home of Mr. continued daily nnd during tho linpasKiihle mountains near Puenta dt Daughters gave a St. Patrick party Fstridge Ray were visitors of Ixtla. Ills capture, with tliat of his nnd Mrs. Horace Cox the 13lh and evening for two weeks. at the club room Monday evening. Oeorgo Seale's family Sunday.; rhtef lieutenants, la expected to follow GARRARD COUNTY son.j took nwav their Dr. G.--S. almost any day. An opportunity to Hildrcth spent several Hubert Hamilton is very sick at this Harmony UNITED STATES NEWS good, kind boy and con linn the announcement that Mordays at Crcsmont last week, doing writing with measles. Misses Harmony, March 10. There arc Dowd was a (Continued rrom Fig One) elos has befii pacified has been afforddental work. Mrs. Ralston from Winnie and Clarice. Rowland. Ada a few new cases of flu in this loved by all who knew him. Uo ed thu Afnoolnte PresH. There Is regwas laid to rest in llio Ed. Rosni Plainview, N. J is visiting at Peters, Isabella Mainous, Susie neighborhood. The Rev. W. M. C. ular train service over the National and gave a very interesting Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Row-- ! Hutchins gave a Bible lecture at graveyard. Tho bereaved parents Ibis car. It will be made almost Hallway of Mexico between thin city Ella entirely of a new substnnce n kind have r deepest sympathy. Sunday-scho- ol talk at Sundav. land. Daclin Rav. Conlev Mainous tiin nantist rhumb in r.ra) Orchard nnd Cuemavain, the capital of Morwhich was enjoyed by every one were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.; last Sunday to a good sized crowd, Xailer. who ha3 been very sick with of concrete produced from waste elos, uinl coIonlslH and artimitiH aro present Earl Hays, the littlo son. Brack Rowland and family Sunday.; There was a bad killing at Crab influenza, is better at this writing, material, such as slag clinkers, saw- - belne taken there freo of charge by r.an uiuii was in ix'rua on ousi- - uust. and so on, nnu covered witu the Government.. of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Hays, who ha? Misses Rissie ami Pearl Mainous, Orchard a few days ago. A young William Bales! a metal solution. been sick, is better Ham-- ! Mrs. Cora Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. man by the namo of Thompson kill- - ness Thursday. James The various parts, including the illon was called to Hamilton, 0, Mamous and Joel Martin wero tnoled a young man bv the name of nnd son have gone to Jackson coun-- 1 Mr. ami Mrs. wheels and chassis, will be stamped GUARDS BATTLE WITH MOB Saturday by tho serious illness ofi guests of J". W. Roberts and famjly King, and shot anil seriously wound-- I tv this week. his son. Willie. The Rev. Joo Sunday. Miss Fannie Flancry was ed King's brother. It seems tho Charley Ferguson of Maulden visit- - out each compete in one piecc- relatives nt this place last Sun-h- y powerful machinery and simply Ward of Maulden is visiting his in Major Thursday, troublo was over a girl thatThomp- Fifty-OnPerson Killed In day. Chester Pennington, who ntted together. nephow, R. M. Ward, at this place. son and King wero both in love Fighting Toll at Sung Chun la Wm. Fowler purchased a flno work CLARK COUNTY Capt. James Johnson sold went lo Hamilton, 0, on account of with. 30 Dead, 40 Wounded. Johnnie, horse from C. P. Mooro a few days Flanagan his small farm to W. C. Hoskins for the illness of bis brother, So far as the national capital can reports him to bo ago. Clifford, tho Utile son of Mr. Shanghai. Thirty pennons were killWo are $000.00, and bought 30& acres from has returned and Flanagan, March 17. be said In he the clearing houso of ed and forty wounded hi u recent batand Mrs. Wm. Fowler, is very sick. having some very rainy weather at the Davis brothers for $20.00 per recovering nicely. opinion, senatorial, national or po tle at Sung Chun, Korea, according to Bine Lick present. Charley Adams and fani- - acre. W. C. Hopkins sold n bunch Blue Lick, March 17. All tho sons litical. 11 is evident that general ap a translation of an account of the ily have returned homo after a few 0f heifers to K. L. Wilson for a good proval or a proposal to create a In that country pulillnhed In a Gray Hawk days visit with his mother, Mrs.' price. J. C. Wilson sold a nice of Erin arn celebrating on this St L,,nPUe of Nntinns, the projection of JnprtlicM! newspaper at Seoul. At tho Cray Hawk. March 17. Nearly Patrick's Day He was the natron Lit- mule for SIM. W. M. everybody is busy with their steeds Nannie Branaman, of Bcrea. pnructiiar Kind or a league em village of Suhetiug, south of He Emma Mae Beldon from Conway Brewer was visiting at Arthur Mc-- is saint of the Emerald Isle, the first limned in tlie "covenant' and u four Kcmliirmes tired on a mob until Tho roads are so to light the torch of Christianity on visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. M. C. their ammunition wns Querry's last Sunday. d antipathy to any league persons being killed, exhausted, 01 bad ono can hardly riiie them. the nllar of paganism. In gratitude the account or world alliance whatsoever mark ' E .HKMcr. Margaret, are visiting his Alex Rob- - for the acceptance of this faith ho (ho three main lines f comment states. Thu mob eventually killed tho Shaw's last Sunday. K gendarmes. At Vnngdok "0 rioters Uk l" ...... I : l.l- - banished nil snakes anil toads from I. ..II. II f !,., Wm Mxlnll. l rln.. Pll. ! right time. Tho flu has subsided uiiuui, tiin. .iniiiiii, ut uinj uiirja llltoil 15 JJUlllllll il new liuiill ill inn tin island. In teaching the doctrine throughout Hie country. were slain In an engagement. The acW. S. Beldon mado Captain Johnson has dwelling. this week. now and llio smallpox has como in tivities of girl students tliruuj;1iout the three-leave- d business trip to .Conway one day commenced to build a new houso of the Holy Trinity ho used a demonstrations In Korea aro emphaits place Dr. R. E. Barllelt will clover henco the Shamrock Gen. Enoch II. Crowder, Judge sized by tho uewspaper, which makes on the land that be recenlly bought lpavo Gray Hawk'with his family last week. Arthur became the national emblem of Advocate General of the American particular mention of tho fact that nt from the Davis brothers. in a short lime for Berea to help! was army, who had been Invited to Cuba Anju two Korean gendarmes discarded Our community CLAY COUNTY McQuerry is building a good tobac- freland. the Robinson Brothers in their! thrown into some excitement by tho by tho Government lo revise the their uniforms, Joined a crowd nnd Vine co barn. T. J. Stigall, our country hospital. Doctor Bartlctt is a fine James Ponn merchant, was up at Crab Orchard elopemont of Fred McGuire, nged election laws, nrrlved in Key West, shouted: "Long live Korea." Tho Vine, March 15. man and likeil well here; and also L20, and Mary Skinner, gunrds thereupon fired, eight nged 18. March IH, by e. ington, who has been very poorly last Saturday on business. After Japanesebeing his wife as sho is a line Christian persons thirty woundkilled Thoir plans wero so cleverly ar- landing General Crowder went ed, four mortally. and for tho past two weeks. Is slowly lady. Miss Clark, tho nurso at tho ranged that no trace of their desti- nhoard the American cruiser CinD. Ray of Sex-In- n improving. Mrs. J. Gray Hawk hospital will go with ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nation was learned for several days. cinnati. Creek spent Saturday night with Two Japanese Companies Annihilated. thorn. Miss Mario Bongo will lake Young McGuIro bad been working Dlsputanta sister-in-laMrs. Mary Clay, Two companies of Vladivostok. Miss Clark's place for tho present. her The Ttov. in Cincinnati. Ho hired a car and Disputanta, March 17. Zola, tho littlo troops virtually have been Wo hope to havci another doctor In at this placo. Great strides In tho development Japanese - m.-came into this section Sunday night daughter of Dan Pennington, Jr, Is; .."-- ' annihilated by the Bolshcvlkl In fighttho near future. Tho school Is tolephono are being ing at I'ralovka, 30 miles to tho Tho many Pa9tor a,1 Macedonia to preach for Tho girl was sitting around tho llro of tho wireless sick at this writing. getting along well, though much ',nfo1 with all the family but stepped out mado by the United States nfllcials Two ' hundred and M. Morria werei "' cmin& y"-- . hindered on account of disease' friends of Dr. J. .1 i'lm lino i.non Ilvinfr nt Ilnmilmrv I).. on hearing tho signal and disnp dally. Recently Secretary Daniels, fifty men were engaged. In a battlo " "' There novcr has been a better very much pleased wncn inoy ncara torho suddenly. The enraged of the navy, from his desk, convers- March 3 at I'rnlovko, no miles to tho ',r,co ,car,3 l,M Miss Pfl old homo placo on,"0,vc,, school here. We hope to make it ho would soon return home. Clear lamer pursued mu conpio to unio, ed with tho seaplane of Ensign Har- north, the Japanese suffered 00 casualpoorl- y.- back o his Elizabeth Morgan is very Bol- better noxt year. rCL'k- Tc,J r'a' 0 silvcCrck where he was confronted by tho vic- ry Sadenwaitcr" In flight IfiO miles ties. In the two engagements the Julia Pennington, who has been shovlkl left 000 dead on thu field. groom, who displayed hi3 nl sen. Previous to (his tho greatis huiiuiiik u iuw uuja wiiu nn torious sick, is about well. nephow, Tine Williams, of Davis marriago certificate, thereby pre- est distance at which conversation OWSLEY COUNTY Mr3. Nannlo Griflln or Mt. cluding the possibility of "Undo bad been carried on was between U. S. SOLONS INSPECT CANAL Branch. ESTILL COUNTY Island City Vernon spent last week with her Dan" reclaiming his girl. Under forty and fifty miles. Island City, March 9, Leo Con Iron Hound Delegation of Senator and Repre gleton, of Richmond, has moved his Farmers sister, Mrs. G. V. Owens, of this tho lnws of Ohio their ago mado Iron Mound, March 17. Mrs. Annlo Jotl Charloy Thacker, who ha3 marriago Jegal. sentative Welcomed by Governor slave mill to Elk Creek, Clay Coun- - aro planning for a big cropof to- - placo. Bishop James W. Bashford, for of the Canal Zone. ly, whero ho has a flno boundary bacco this year. Vcrna Etta Sparks been sick nl tho Robinson Hospital of Elizabcthtown, Tenn, who wns many years n prominent llgurn in sumhioncd by a telegram to attend going in Bcrea, has returned home. of timber to work. In moving tho lis at her brothers, at Irvine, the Methodist Episcopal Church, I'nnnma, March 17, A delegation of brother-in-lamill Walker Flanory camo very lo school. Tho Rev. W. I. Peel of R. T. Abney of Davis Branch has tho funeral of her died March IS nt a sanitarium near United States senators nnd representaMr.Cor-no- lt Shelby Jett, of nichmond, has been Saturday purchased a Buick car from near gotting ono of his flno mules N'icholasvillo preached Los Angeles, Calif., after an illness tives nrrlved here and was welcomed of Bcrea for $1200. Mrs. Eliza visiting her sister, Mr,s. L. K. Flanby Lieut. Col. Chester Harding, gov drowned. As ho crossed Rcdbird evening, Sunday, and Sunday night of many months. spent last week with her cry, of this placo. Mia Frances river, tho water bolng very swift, at old Corinth, to a very largo Hammond Bishop Bashford was born In Fay- ernor of the Cnnnl zone. Tho visitbeing ors will Inspect thu daughter, Mrs. G. T. Payno, of Be-T- ea Sproule, a teacher In a girl's school eager tho load mulo in front of Mr. Flan- - crowd hearers. of ette, Wis., May 20, 1819. Ho repre- In the Canal zone work Inquire dono Into and Andrew Martin loft for Ham- at Aurora, 111. Is visiting in this sented cry caught In tho traco in front, J. T. Vaughn sold his has tho Methodist Church on tho prospective expenditures "on account Mrs. Jennie Franklin, ilton, 0, a few days ago. His family vicinity. world commission on faith nnd of tho canal and garrison during tho expects to go next woek. Mrs. our colored friend nnd benefactor order and also was a member of the coming fiscal year. J. E. Hammond and Mrs. Dlnksio on Dluo Mondays, gives a most continuation Committco for China, Robinson were called to Harts to graphic and cnlhusinstlo account of For fifteen years ho was president 1,419,386 OUT OF THE ARMY of tho Ohio Wosleyan University at Delaware, 0. Sinco 1001 ho had War Department Announces Dis of A spent much of his tfmo in China. charge Ha Deen Ordered for Total Fesul iMttMLl of 1,678,500. Hm I nunc ItllME JOffN WHITE & CI. Washington, Mnrch 17. Officers nnd Returns to its before-thg-wa- r LSUMVH.U, KV. men demobilized number 1,410,380, tho high standard of quality war department announced, 83,774 beLibera! ortmMl ad full valiw pa' ing In thu commissioned grades. Dis TH BUBB OROHVINO KIND Tbey produoe better crops. YourflrttMwlJiff charge has been ordered that a total of AmU your JeUer. VJU loavtncn you. 1.078.MX). Ofllcers applying for re LOUISVILLS SIK0 60.lnM-Mrt- o4 HItfaa an serve cominhslons total '.'0,708. loat SUaa East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ld DII-lu- rd ol tolf n 's 7 ; Kin-llln- three-year-o- ld Mc-K- i j e g rs ld 11 Plnf-ynn- now-a-da- deep-roote- ,1 "5J "'ll - hydro-airplan- w, - I'0-1.- 1 w, No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour nld cause Satisfaction Sowad Once Tried Always Used