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WM. dam (.0 UJMP Knowledge Is Power-a- nd the way to keep up with modern Knowledge ia to read a good " Newspaper. a (INCORPORATED) rmOST.UHarJn-CU- ! r, ttnArr Att of SI art K, int. rMUktd Kvrry Thurtday ml lltrta, K. Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. DvntBdto tta.e Interests of tlie Mountain Fecrple BEflEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 27, 1010. One Dollar and The Citizen Kentucky News Cnpl. King Swopc, director of the Victory Loan Speakers Bureau in tlio fifl counties comprising the Lexington area, has announced that soldiers who saw active service would head the speakers In every county and that tho campaign in each county 'will open with a reception for returned soldiers. Fifty CeaU Par Year. No. 39. A Day's Work . U. S. News WAR PROPOSED There is a big difference between what different men bring to pass in a day. One man plans his work while another man putters. v)nc man keeps steadily at it while another man is always looking olf or sitting down or going for a drink so that he really puts in about half of the time. And these puttering shirking men never enjoy their work. But we have seen some good workmen, men with skill and patience. Such men are popular, successful, happy. Whether you are working for yourself or for another do not think you are doing a good thing when you shirk! WorJdNews Tho genernl ntlitudc toward a Lcaguo of Nations is improving. Criticism of the provisions of tho proposed plnn has led lo somo expressions of willingness to change objcctionablo articles, and the apparent uncompromising opposition is yielding to a more tolerant point of view. Constructive criticism has now begun to appear and tho merits and errors arc more clearly marked. The debate on the League of Nations between Senator Lodge nnd President Lowell of Harvard has attracted world wide attention. The speakers wcro well matched, the audienco was an inspiring one, and (lie nrgumcnls wcro representative of the two views held by the opposing speakers. In general It may bo said they wore not so far apart in their position as at first seemed. The Bolshevik! of Russia have been making some notable advances during the week that aro causing anxiety in the council of tho allied nations. They have gained considerable control in tho great grain producing Ukrania and aro advancing on Odessa. A force has started from Constantinople to stop the advance ns tho effect would be peculiarly bad at this timo when the peace treaty is nearly ready. The problem of an oullet to the sea for Poland is another threatening nffair of the week. The Polci have set their hearts on having Daniid, on tho Baltic Sea, and tho Germans arc determined that they shall not have it. Already Germany has made some moves that aro in violation of the armistice. An outlet for Poland lias been one; of tho things which she has been led to expect. al French Wives large number of our soldiers are marrying French wives. There are several reasons for this. One is that the French girls are the only girls in sight, and another is that they are good looking. But a large reason is that they are more ready to be A real wives than some suffrage spoiled girls of America and England. The suffrage propaganda says that men are not to be trusted. Fathers, brothers, husbands and sons will not look out for the political and legal interests of daughters, wives and mothers, but the women must take (he ballot into their own hands. The woman has her special sphere and honor in the home, but the man has no corresponding sphere and honor of his own. A logical suffragist girl can enter inlo relations of 'armed neutrality" with a man, but she cannot give him the special place and honor which she expects him to give her. But the French girls, like the old fashioned American and English girls, are ready to enter into the blessed old fashioned relation of husband and wife. Berea's Forward Steps The Trustees of Berea College had a special meeting this week, which brought many very eminent men to our little town. The chief actions were taking steps for reducing the College debt, appointing and reappointing important workers for the coming year, and arranging for a Summer School which will really be a full term with many special attractions. The mountains need a good summer school..- - They need a school which will adapt its instruction To mountain conditions, and at which the expenses will not be too great for the teachers in the country schools and in the new high schools that are springing up. Hurrah for the great Berea Summer School! The specific changes demanded by the opNiltig 'senators have not been made public except In a scattering way. but n courier Is on his way to Paris lienrlng a lengthy statement for CURRENT the French and Hrltlsh press prepared by Senator Polndexter. The senators Intend to escape any possible cable Dy EDWARD W. PICKARD. by sending nil their comScemlngij convinced that, by mime censorship by courier. Meanwhile ( repealed, means not the opposition munications of n large part of the American senate they are defending their stand before the American public In speeches and cut) In) overcome, the pence delegate In Pari went ahead last week with debate, the most Interesting of tho the work of welding the treaty und the latter being between Senator Lodge I en cue of nation plan. President and President Lowell of Harvard uni versity. Idge said he favored a WlNon declared there was no Intenleague of nations, but not the cove tion of handling the two mutters sepnant iih presented. lie declared the In tills he was supported arately, and whole treaty should be redrafted, hut li.v others of tho leaders. It was admitted thiu the league plan would have did not believe that would he done In tn he amended In varlou particulars, Paris. Senator Itecd violently nt league plan In a seerli bemid that the American delegates had tacked the tho Missouri legislature, where- made up their mind to accept n cer- fore tain limited number of change. Per- uiin fifty Democratic members of that haps It wit believed these alteration, body formally demanded his resigna tion. That Is a fair sample of the In which prohnhly will not he at nil radl tolerance displayed by the strongest cat, would Mitlsfy the objecting Their attitude and languiiKc do partisans of both sides In the dispute. Several rather startling suggestions not tend to Justify that belief. Some of the correspondents In Paris have been made by the senators who fighting fear that Insistence on Joining the nreWisconsin the Wilson plan. Lenroot proposes that tho senate covenant of the league with the peace of treaty will "delay the latter. Others adopt n resolution declaring tho war equally well Informed, assert that the with Germany terminated and then proceed to formulnto a peace treaty. dlltlcultles will be speedily removed, Intimating that the principles of the Calder of Now York wishes congress, league. In mi far us they have been as soon as It Is convened, to Instruct generally accepted, will be lncnrorat-e- d tho American delegates how they should proceed. In the treaty anil that differences of opinion regarding specific parts of On Thursday all ttio neutral nations tho covenant will be recognized and discussion of IliPin left to it Inter dutc that desired to present views concernThus, they think, President Wilson ing the league of nations were heard and tho supporters of his plan will ho by the subcommlsslon of the commission on the league, of which Lord satisfied mid the opposition In America mid elsewhere placated. on Pig fir) NEWS REVIEW OF EVENTS cim-tor- s. Tho Farm column olTcrs somo this week. valuablo suggestions PAGE 1Edltorinls: A Ddys Work; Bead them. Irench Wives; Uerca's Forward Step. Current Events World News; U. S. News; Stato News. Advertising pays in Tho Citizen. PAGE 2. School News. Sunday. 'IV.. mi. "U'nnl nml I 'nr. SAllft'' iij ii miv u.tii ui uui school Lesson. Sermon: 'Tho column for advertising. Blessedness of Heaven." PAGE 3. Serial Story. PAGE 4. Locals and AdvertiseHead our now serial: "Tho Man ments. With a Country," lo begin' noxt PAGE 5. Tho School Garden. week. It will stir your patriotism. Current Obituary: Events. Mrs. King. PAGE 6. Farm and Homo departStephens & Muncy aro talking of ments. litno fertilizer h their ad. this PAOE 7. Full I'ago Advorll'oniont, woek. Now is tho litno to lay in a PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nowg. stock. CONTENTS A good newspaper in tho com munlly makes for bettor business, Headers of "Tho Light in tho bolter - morals, and bettor living Clearing" do not want to miss an conditions In every respect. Sub - llssuo, and it Is only ono of tho ......... uui.l UAnltin owiiju fin uui Itnmii nonnn iiuiiiu 'aiu imiigo im uiu.bu. iui uiuiiy fewu llilnn. In H'I.a PIlNnn ! The Japanese Consul-Generto Canada has spoken in favor of the points emphasized by Minister Ishii, ATTEMPT TO GET U. S. TRADE the nnibajsador lo the United States. Tho Japanese statesmen deny that ' European Firms Trying to Eliminate their country would object to limiAmerican Competition In tations on emigration or that it Cuba. would bo a cause of war, They inWashington. March 24. Business sist, however, on a limitation that Interests In Cuba have Informed com-- j is economic in its character and not mer'clal representatives of this govern- racial. Tho Japaneso aro very ment that Kuropean firms nre mnk- - sensitivo about discrimination along Ing strong efforts to, eliminate Ameri- racial lines. bTbTbTbS. ' iHTAKiirmSSflB jMfffey can competition In ccrtnln lines, especially canned fruit, canned meats nnd fish, cheese and woolen goods, by A report is again in circulation greater credit fnelllties. that Japan desires a foothold in affording Spain, especially, was said to be seek- Mexico and is laying plans for tho Divers lit work clearing up the remains of n sunken dredger block ship ing to regain lost prestige In the republic, peninsula products be- colonization of Lower California. blocking up Ostend harbor during tho war so that that the British used hi ing offered nt nttrnctlve prices be- The California senators aro most the IMioats could mil get out. cause cheaper labor offset the advan- disturbed about this and arc pushtages to the United States under the ing tho plan for purchase which tho area of Uordcuax, France, statei than 318, nnd more probably $17.50, reciprocity treaty. has been before Congress for somo that tho 323rd, in which there aro for bogs. It was said that no official timo. Previous reports of this kind I'Jl men of tlto ld H3th Fiold Sig- announcement would be made until YANK WARSHIPS AT JAMAICA have been denied nnd tho real facts nal Hatlalion, formerly tho Lexing the question had been submitted to aro hard to get at. ton Signal Corps, was the only Held Washington Klnoston Gives Cordial Welcome to signal battalion in the review before Sailors on Way to Canal Zone There seems to bo growipg oppo U. S. Fleet at Porto Rico. General John J. Pershing, command-- 1 Dellnilo decision, by tho War Do sition in the Peace Congress at of the American Expo- - partition! to purchaso fifteen origJamaica, March 24. Kingston, Paris to tho union of Austria wit'i dittonary rorces, held March 2. inal cantonment sites for use as. United States wnrshlps Supply, Solace. Germany. Such a union would cer permanent military camps was an- - Palmer and Allegheny arrived here tainly mnko of Germany a much Eighl Loxington churches hold- -, nounced by Acting Secretary Crowfrom Guantanamo to tnke on supplies. ing rovival services' wero unani- - oil. Ho said' also that - general Five seaplanes nlso arrived from Guan- - stronger stato but it would bo in mous in declaring Sunday to bo llio policy Hie Nalional Guard tnnamo, and the monitor Shnwmut Is accordanco with the principlo of mosi successful day sinco tho simul- - camps would bo abandoned, with the expected. The American seamen were nationality as thero Is not a great taneous revival scrvjecs opened exception of Camps Kearney, Calif., given a cordlul reception by tho citi differenco between Germans and zens nnd n baseball game Is being Austrinns. Tho conquests of Italy, about n week ago. Tho weather and Sovicr, S. C, arranged. The vessels nre expected to moreover, liavo interfored with tho Sunday was. unusually good and leave for the canal zone on Tuesday. Austrian oullet to tho sea and renddrew largo crowds to tho places ot Dr. Simon Flexner, director of tho San Juan, l It., March 22. Eleven worship, taxing in many instances, rtoekefeller Institute for Medical United States torpedo boat destroyers, ers her independent oxislenco much tho capacity of tho churches. Ilosearch and a member of New seven submarines nnd n mother ship less satisfactory to her. I York Public Health Council, gave have arrived here. Dr. David White, of tho Unite! his viows regarding Lethargic Tho policy of President Carrnnza Geological Survey, has been eephnlitU, tho diseaso which reLOOT CAR OF $200,000 SILKS in Mexico seems hard to understand. in conferenco with J. E. Barton, cently has appeared in various parts A renewal of tho decreo placing a Commissioner of Geology and For-- 1 of tho United States and Canada, Express Thieves Overlook $40,000 henvy tax on oil production seems Package of Furs at Niagara estry, concerning a survoy to bo j Doctor Flexner studied tho diseaso to bo aimed at the foroign producFalls, Ont. made in this Stato of tho Mississippi, abroad. ers. Tho alienntion of England and formation. Dr. Charles Dulls, of tho; "For tho present tho diseaso tho United Stales at this timo would Niagara Falls. Ont., March 24. United Slates Goologlcal Survoy, should bo viewed as of unknown Theft of $200,000 wotth of furs und mako it hard for Mexico to get that will bo in'chargo of tho work and rausation," ho said. "Us relation lo silks from an express car on tho way recognition among tho nations of tho stress will bo laid on locating do- -! other disoases, namely influenza and from New York to Toronto was dis- world which it would seem her Incovered when tho cor was found looted terests would demand. Somo Justice, sirablo road materials, agricultural infantilo paralysis, Is merely Ijoctural. It is highly important unit with doors open In the Grand however, is to bo found In tho opand potash. here. Olllclals of the I that suspected cases of lethargic Trunk yard American Express com- position to a dominating foroign innnd Lieut. Col. II. H. Dcnhardt arrived encephalitis shall bo studied, both Canadian the thieves had overlooked fluence in Mexico. panies Mild in Bowling Green, March 21, after, clinically and pathologically, with n small package of furs valued at Hoi- - j ns much caro as possible." nino months' scrvico in Franco. $40,000. It has been suggested that if tho atlvo to his prospective race for thoj Increase of Fares Oppoaed. United States is to accept a proDeniocratio nomination for Gover- Tho official communique of tho meeting Uvansvllle, Ind. At a nor, Lieutenant Colonel Dcnhardt international labor legislation corn- - called to protest againstuiu request tectorate in countries at tho eastern the will not mako any statement for mission1 of tho Peaco Conferenco of the public utllltlea company to be end of tho Mediterranean Sea it days, and until after ho has sued recently, ombodys tho decision permlttted to raise tho street-ca- r fare would bo lilting that sho should bo AHM..lnHt.. tI hero from five to six cents, resolution placed in control of Palestine. In to look in tho situation ' UI it,.. I'UJItllUSSlUll IU .AAiMiimnni had timo lUU passed against and confer with friends. that tho first meeting of tho inter- were unanlmoutly revolutions also the fact tho matter has gono so far that op- names of men suitablo for scrvico The bo held proposition. national labor conferenco posed the threat ot the company to in- thero liavo been discussed. Thero A stntcmonl of much importauco at Washington In October. n stall car. aro now In Palestino several promiand twenty-secoregarding Camp Henry Knox was "Tho twenty-fir- st nent Americana who went In tho meetings of tho commission mado at Camp Zachary Taylor by Cardinal le Dead. Maj. Gen. William A. Snow of Wash on international labor legislation Home. Curdlual Cassletta, Bishop causo qf ttio Red Cross and other ington, chief of artillery for tli3 took placo under tho prosldonoy of of Krascmtl and librarian of tliu Holy relief work who aro qualified for tho office of governor. Itomau Church, la dead. (ConUnaed oa Ftf EJfkt) (Coatlnta oa fit KfU) I In: an address read at a banquet given in his honor In San Francisco by Tatnckichi Ohta, Japancso Consul Oeneral, Baron Shimpci Goto, former Civil Governor of Formosa and REINS IN SOCIALIST GRASP former Minister of Foreign Affairs ARMED ALLIANCE 18 SOUGHT of Japan, pledged the loyal friendWITH RUSSIAN REDS, ship of Japan to the United States and expressed the hopo that President Wilson "can carry out tho At Ksrolyl Yields Rule To Radical One hundred and twenty-si- x busi- scljemo of safeguarding the democElements Seizure of Estates and ness men attended a banquet in racy of the world." Mines Authorized Solidarity With Lenlne Soviets Announced. Danville, March 1 i, to celebrate the Six officers of the navy and one successful completion of the Centre College endowment campaign In of the Marino Corps have been as- Western Newspaper Union News Service. Hungarian ic Ilerlln. communists Danvillo and Boyle county. Within signed lo the section three days $103,521 was subscribed of the offices of the Director of Na- have disarmed Entente troops occupyval Aviation to duty in connection ing Budapest. News to this effect has by Boylo county people. with tho preparation of plans for Just been telegraphed by the Vienna Correspondence Ilureatt. Loxinglon's V. C. T. U. will join the flight across the Atlantic Ocean which is lo bo undertaken by a big hands with the national organizaLondon. The Budapest Government Is reported to be signing a proclama tion Tuesday in a Jubilee drive for sea plarie of tho C type. tlon acknowledging n state of war ben million Members and a million tween Hungary and the Entente, says Recognition of the Lonine-Trotzdollars. The campaign wjll begin Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock. Government by tho United Stales a dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph from Vienna. The dispatch adds that Lexington's quota being fixed at and the Allies was urged by Col. the Crecho-SlovaGovernment Is preRaymond Robins, former head of paring to Issue a mobilization order. $7,000 and 500 members. the. American Red Crow Mission lo Copenhagen. Judge J. D. Carroll, who is seek- Russia, In an address In New York The new Hungarian ing the Democratic nomination for before the League of Free Nations Government lias proclaimed solidarity with the Itusslnn Soviet Government Governor, wanls a platform con- Association. and an armed alliance with the prolevention before tho primary. He has sought, nccordlng to tariat of It was reported that the consen- n dispatch Itussla Budapest, xhe proclawritten a letter to Judge Hardin, from sus of packers and representatives mation of the new Hungarian Governsotting forth his views.- of the Food Administration in con- ment follows: "The proletariat of Hungary has A recent letter from a member of ference at Chicago was In favor of the 323rd Field Signal Battalion in fixing a maximum price of not more taken all power In Its own hands. Ity the decision of the Paris conference to occupy Hungary the provisioning of revolutionary Hungary becomes utterCLEARING THE HARBOR OF OSTEND ly Impossible. Under these clrcuni-stnnce- s the sole means .open for the Hungarlaon Got eminent Is a dictatorship of the proletariat. "Legislative, executive and political authority will be exercised by a dictatorship of the workers, peasants and soldiers' councils. The revolutionary government council will begin forthwith work for the realization of communist socialism. The council decrees of large estates. tho socialization mines, big Industries, banks and transport lines, declares complete solidarity with the Itusslnn Soviet Government and others to contract an nrmed alliance with the proletariat of Ilussla" ON ENTENTE trans-Atlant- N-- ky k HjBB aIbbbbb ed i ' no 4 oue-ma- nd Pngo Two THE CITIZEN Enroll 27. 1010. School News from Various Departments Soldiers' and Sailors1 Letters superior to nnything I IMFadVEB UNIFOIN MTEINATIONAl have ever s,.mi. Paris will continue to bo tho capital of fashion and art for many generations (o come, for il is grained in tho Parisian soul to lov I remember promising lo write and cultivate (he beautiful, RuSSELL. The members of the Normal faculty Herea in a united rhapel session. Dt RODT. McWATTY I)octnn and D. D. I'rotmof of llible j have been compelled lo wait n with their wives were present. He (old of the great need of work- occasionally of my experiences and llomilitKt MooJr Dibit Initilule, Chicago week for my military credential!", Dean McAllister acted as toastmasl-c- r ers, in nil lands, to raise tho educa- observations in France. At this writing I have been six nn( j iinve spent the time visiting for tho occasion, and speeches tional and the moral standards. He were given by Ibo faculty in honor spoke especially of tho- need of weeks gelling from Hcrea lo niy u,0 gr,.i places or art nnd studying CJol shall wipe nwajr oil TKXT-A- ml Miss HoMrigli'. doctors in the foreign counlrie. Held of service and I have one UlP Parisians ns they walk about tenrs from their eye.-He- v. 21:4. of Mr. Knight. spoke ns one who bad known Mr. saying Dial one did not need to be move to make yet before I am. for hours enjoying their own coinplnlnts of unbelief One of the Knight probably better than any n minister lo be a missionary, but duclions. Fatist was played Friday ns n revelation When I reached Paris I was sent night in the National Opera and concerning the ltltilofrom Clod, Is Its other on the faculty. Miss Bower could do unlimited good in other at onco lo Doctor Erskine of Colum- - MI)al children drank it in as our sox spoke of her friendship with professions as well. scarcity hia University, who is chairman or youngsters enjoy Charlie Chaplin Mrs. Knight. Mr. Van Hook reprc of detail concern-Inthe Committee on Soldiers' Kcluca- -i u,ni js the secret of Ihe French art. Y. M. C A Denied tho student body and ex the nnturn of The Y. M. C. A. listened Sunday lion. He startled me with the news the heavenly life. jmV(1 jU9i returned from Versail-th- at pressed their sorrow and good the Considering I was wanted as one of the cs, the playground of Hie Louis's wishes. Mrs Frost told of her dis- evening, lo Robert Hannah, a Norwhich Interest 1m nC. a small mal student, give a talk on "FichU two Records Styrclnries to Com- -, nI Marie Antoinette, but I shall not covery of Mr. Knight in I frflfcfe. .,,,,.1 nvnr plele and put into operation a sys-- ; describe it nor Napoleon's tomb, (be for Service." Wisconsin town. clied to n sub rficcting had Ibo character- (em of records at Heaune, France, i,OUvro Noire Dame, Court of Jus- Hall was decorated The The Hanmict c.Z . Ject no lofty nnd , . I tho new Soldiers' University 'lice and many other places, with bonnets of flowers and was lit istic enthusiasm and interest of "Y"' llllnn null nn i.. delicious services. for the students in dial University, j wnnt to close by making a brief wllli candles. A ve!-mortality, It linn The clays are growing longer and and also for all the soldiers who mention of the greatest work of art been claimed Unit menu was served willi an especially I Hod might lmve the weather very agreeable for be- aro studying anywhere in Europe. 0r jie present century. Lo Panlheon dainty dessert. told us a llttli' I am mailing you a clipping from' p,, jia otlrrro is the title of n ing out of doors, but young men an? k M more nbaut tlmt urged not lo allow this (o keep (he Paris edition of the New YorkprPat painting of the present war FAREWELL PARTY benvrnly borne evening, March 15, them away from the splendid meet- Herald which (ells about Heaune. (ini ms j,lst ,oon completed. The On Saturday Wi nnil tho life to the American educational center in! painting is 15 feet high and 300 feel the Vocational girls and a number ings of tho "Y." wi,cli the Gospel France. of Academy girls bad a surprise 0ng and contains tho portraits or I. n .llvlno Inrltntlotl. To HUCh objec- In addition to the 20,000 soldiers more than 0,000 prominent charac- - llnna lln.ro urn tlVI) nllSWITS '. farewell party on Mrs. I. M. McVcy, PHI DELTA GIVES SUPPER ON CREEK in school at Heaune tnero will ne,(Pra nni heroes of this war. who leaves March 20 to join her First. God 1ms been limited In bis The girls of the College depart- 2,000 in the Universities of England husband in Stroud. Okla., where The picture covers Ihe entire wall revelation by mnn's cnpnclty to re ment, some of the visiting trustees, and Scotland, and 0,000 in France of a circular building erected for It r.Mviv mill Hl'Clintl. Bible revelation they will make their borne. Inrgcr A very interesting program was and leathers, were present at sup- and Italy. Aside from these 31,000 and presents lo the visitor's gaze concerning the future Is much per on the creek last Tuesday even- men studying university subjects the leading figures and flying colors tlinii Is generally iiplwecl. enjoyed by all. Tlmt Hod should be limited In hie ing, given by Phi Delta in honor ol there will be 200,000 studying ele- of every nation cm tbe Allied side. Violin Solo, Miss Mary Johnson, receive , revelation by our capacity to mentary branches in more (ban 200 Doctor Meade. A Stunt, Academy Girls, The solemn pose of President is easily understood. The returned Mary Sbarpc, Rev. Wm. E. Carton, D. D camp schools, known as Divisional The Recitation. Miss the sunny smile of Mr. Tafl traveler from Europe cannot give n who is an old mepiber of P. D., spoke Schools. The records of all these LI1(t (lc vivacious clenched fist of fli.fnlleil description of the nrehltec-Song. Misses Deal and Cur'is, a few words. Doctor Meade was schools will bead up at Heaune nn.l Colonel Roosevelt are as natural n4 turnl features of Westminster Abbey Vili nSolo, Miss Mary Johnson, Solo. Miss Inez Swan. assured of the great esteem in which all that aro passed upon by the background streams or tn his little child, not bocnuio lie does fe in which all assembled in the he is and always will be held by Coinmitteo on Records will be trans-- 1 (rileiiS (nni9 an, War wagons ran not desire to do so but becnuc the After child Is without ability to Interpret ferred as credits to American; second floor reception room where the College students. SOPIl cntiiinc from all direction?. carved columns. concerning in schools. smoking ruins of Rheims in one words domes, nnd sculptured nmrlile. a beautiful table was deco-atc- d The arch Mr. and Mr.i. connection direction, the bombardment ot VerI havo a wonderrul FACULTY CLUB RECEPTIONpink and while, and Indeed Hod bus protected the JUlile The Facully Club gave a delight with this great program but the dun in another. In the center of from the unecra of the Incredulous liy F. 0. Clark made a very pretty speech in presenting Mrs. .McVcy fid little reception lo a number of task makes me shake when I study one side of 'he. picture is a bug,' limiting the descriptions of heaven to with a beautiful casserole, crumb invited guests Monday evening at about it. stair, towered by (he winged statu.' what neem n few minor detnlls. We Now for a few words about my or victory. tray and sugar tray. their club house on Jackson-slrc- ct Standing on Ibo steps havo rend of an Oriented prince who in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert trip. We sailed from New York from bottom to top are French he- laughed In the face of the Western to A-- Z Spence and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vv" January 20, on a very beautiful day roes, from General Foch on down traveler who told of rivers chilled SAYS GOODBYE TO bnrdness so that nn elephant might delightforDOCTOR MEADE Hackett, three of wliont were and tbe weather continued to privates. At the opposite side or wnlk cm their surface. It Is related In an informal social last Monday mer club members before Cupid and ful all tho way across. I never got die picture is n, monument with a that tho Southern pastor of n rural be-- I evening tho boys of Alpha Zeta and bis matrimonial alliances claimeJ seasick I did not miss a meal, lone woman in black kneeling at its church was tried for falsehood machine nor did I lose one. Dr. Warren H. toot. On lop are (lie figures of six cause he told of nn the girls of the College department their undivided attention. said goodby to Doctor Meade, and Tho evening was exceedingly re- Wilson of New York was a member soldiers holding high in the air a seen In .the North during it summer Hod tins told men nlrendy Mention. expressed their deep regret Miat he freshing, both froni the physical or Ihe crew and ho and rbecamo so draped coffin. This is the Monumore tliiiu the natural mtin ran be standpoint, as the punch intimate (hat wo roomed together ment to the Dead. Pierre Carrier-Belleumust go to duties elsewhere. and social lieve. Oor-gu- el E. Hays and Miss Maud Lewis bowl was overflowing and Hie old in London. Berailsc of a military and Auguste-Franco- is A Wondrous Detcrlptlon the in England wo were com acted as spokesmen for the College time games were played which hold-u- p started this picture when The Itllile descriptions of heaven gave war began and finished it shortly boys and girls. make the heart merry and laughter pelled (o stay ten days, which lire exeeedlmtly large to thoe wlm opportunity to see afer (he armistice. As many as study the Illlile with enre. The clos me The evening was made extremely bubble forth. joyous with choice music, some of the high points twenty-fiv- e artists helped in the ing chapter's of Revelation tell of n War- - worif j,hj, tj,P nbovo men are the Ami) Judgment, n renovnted earth nnd and refreshments. Chester, Strrtirord-on-AvoCHAPEL NEWS n sinless life for redecmiM Immunity. Every one retired with a poignant Tho Chapel services were com wick Castle, Rugby and Oxford an authors. In this description the highest things feeling of regret, realizing that the bined Sunday evening into a United places of atmosphere that aro en- r n)US mi usp anv more space earthly consideration such ns Jew must go, but since all knew Chapel Service and Mr. J. R. Rogers, joyed by just walking around read- - ns The Citizen will he sending me a of precious stones nnd pearls heroine Meads els, that love which Doctor and Mrs, son or John A. R. Rogers, and trustee ing inscriptions and silently absorb- papP advertisement, the lowest things of the heavenly life, for a Mead , fmin,i Mr. Taylor in Paris, have freely given would or Berea College, lold tbe story of ing their inspiration. I' cannot tako where streets are of cold and the pre to describe all these places as (jn(. ready to re' urn to America. cious stones constitute city wnlls. All always slay with them, they wore Berea which never grows old by t a smile which will never entirely repetition, especially when told by I am saving details for the llrositle w,jcj, i,Pjd yesterday and right this Is elKlilllnmt. hut perhaps the description of hcnteli Is eoiitnlned wash off. Mr. Rogers. chats next winter. me say that greater (audits' . hm id In the single phrase, I arrived in London tho day bn- -' could not be poured out tor the nwny all tenrs from "Hod slmll nImtheir eves," If A.-on s,,rvice8 Tor one man than were rore Parliament opened and was TEMPERANCE nothing else were written, this would Tho Alpha Zeta program last SatTo prove the efllciency of the hand wills my kodak for The King's for Mr. Taylor at his farewell bo enough, for It Is the promise that stirring one, "universal medicine" a friend the great procession. I did not try lo ,ijnn(,r. They call him the greatest, God will eliminate from the future urday evening was a every especially for those concerned. clrcumstnnce nnd other day came in, armed with a snap the King, but I did get bis ''Y" man in Franco, A special attraction of the even i nm aiso rooming in Ibo same fill existence with all the things that bit or personal experience as proof. palace and mounted guard. King, Queen, Lloyd )lotp wjU r)r Herbert Johnson of belong to blessedness. If we can by I saw the ing was a report of current events He was coming down with the survey of life discover the vnrled Mr. Swango, who said: "Currant symptoms or a severe cold, but, be- George, Asquith, and a number or Vision, a Berea trustee, who is on by causes ot pain nnd tenrs, we shall events are not the only fruits of ing a wise man, and a believer m other celebrities which will be of n g,,P(.ja ned Cross mission in thereby discern the fullness nnd Joy events. Lettuce consider some the proverb or a stitch in time, he no material valuo lo mo in the i:rance. of that life where tenrs ure no more. hair Raisin events that have almost took "a good stiiT horn or whisky," future except to gratify my vanity, Tear of Phylcal Pain. pPar nitizon, praying people Physical pnln Is it very real thing. cabbaged (bo good bearing of "ome covered himself warmly in bed, and the exception of the history niy roa, y0lI. piPaSo bear to them of our members. About tho dates next morning got up, cured, as by of England, which so vitally con- - my nPP(j or n,Pir prayers, and I The cry of the Infant, as It first draws Its vital hrenth; tbe moans of dis j10P(i u,P call, of these events well, I don't think a miracle. A day later we received corns America, Franco interests me know UlPy tress from homes nnd hopltuls; the . I'll mention exactly when some of a message from our friend's good tbe most. Without exception Paris 11 "k oMlcroa da I, I'oeauso tho cries of the wounded nnd dying on batthem did Turnup." wire, saying that if we intended lo is the most beautiful city I ever creates!, tlefields; the compressed lips of old . ... nnrl of inv to IS there. And finally: In our social work publish that experience or John's, saw. Hie art, arcniteciure, anu, m " nge as It straggles against decay, all Faithfully yours, wo must make things happen and she would like to tell tho whole fact, everything that is supposed tell of the terror of physical pain. It means much to read of n llfo where not allow ourselves to be dead Beets. story. On tho evening referred to to gratify the aesthetic mind, is far M. E. Vaughn. "this corruptible shall put on sho too bad symptoms of an on nnd this mortal slmll put on ACADEMY WINS AGAIN coming cold, muto as severe as. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IS hero Tor an ideal hospital, whicti I!,, who can change the OPENED IN BEAUNE, FRANCE cared for a groat number of tbe Immortality." Tho Academy basket ball team John's, in fact worse, and also look chirk The American Army University at American soldiers during Ihe war. rnrlion soil Into the rosebud nnd tho again defealcd tho Collego boys, in a hot drink going lo bed, putting Into the diamond can give mnn a moderately intensive game, last nothing in it, however, but hair a Heaune, France, opened with ac Next lo Alloray, it was the biggest the body of glory In the future. Monday evening, the scoro being 17 teaspoonrul or ginger, and woke up commodation for some 20,000 stu hospital (center and was perhaps Tears of Vexation and DIappolntment. to 15. Between ten and twelve the most complete in its buildings, Tears of vexation nnd disappointin the morning as perfectly cured dents. Tho game was rererecd by Mr. as her husband. "John" may be thousand soldiers have already ap as the wards wero all of concreto ment hnve blinded the eyes of most John Miller, the scout maslci who surprised to find, when ho reads his plied for admission to tho Beauno slruclure. The hospital has only people. Unshed tears (111 the hearts or was forcceMo call many fouls, es- paper this week, that his wifo has University, and it is expected that recently completed its work, and thousands uhct cannot reach their tho full number will be ready to Colonel Reeves has taken tho place Ideals In life. There nre the tenrs of pecially against tho Academy play- spoiled his story. Orillia Packet, those who hnve loVed and lost, or take tho llrst course ers. in hand to turn it into a university worso Htlll have loved nnd gained nnd Colonel Reeves, who is tho head city. Porter and Williams were injured PAID IN FULL found the object of love unworthy. collision during the All theso tenrs will be wiped nwny In by a head-o- n An Irishman was sitting in a sta of tho Army University Commission, Fourteen Sections last hair. Hays took tho place or tion smoking when a woman came. is in charge of the university at The university huM fourteen dif- the future. We shall dwell In the diPorter, on tho Collego team. and, sitting down beside him, ro Beauno, and has done much to mako ferent departments, including every vine light and know the divine will the scbeino a success. Dr. John branch that an ordinary collego nnd no longer enter paths of weury Dean Matheny set a precedent by marked: vmuii mm inuai i,e retraced with bleedror tho Col acting as Yell Master "Sir, If you were a gentleman you Erskine, of Columbia University, is comprises. Tho facully includes ing feet. chairman of the Army Educational 1,000 instructors), who havo boon lego. would, not smoko here." Tears of fear nnd dread occupy it "Mum," ho said, "if you wuz a lady Commission, and Ibo head or the chosen argely from tho Army, and large place In human experience,, also University Department. yo'd sit farther away." nil or tho well-knoY. W. C. A. American tears of bereavement and loneliness, nnd tho tenrs of Ignorance nro those Opportunities (or Doughboys Pretty soon Ibo woman burst out colleges are represented. Tho Y. W. C. A. in its meeting Tho idea or the commission is to Sunday night was favored by a visit again: Beauno is about forty kilometers that come to tho eyes of men, us they realize the limitations of "If you wcro my husband I'd give givo tho American soldiers in south ot Dijon. from Mr. J. R. Rogers, who had a human wisdom nnd yearn Franco an opportunity to improve messago for tho young" women froia you poison." The sanitary conditions mako till knowledge of the unknown.for a fuller Hut tho "Well, mum," returned tho Irish their education while t hoy aro in ono or tho best American camps the full revelation Is coming, bis mother. mid tho tearMiss Sperry also talked to tho man, as ho puffed away at his pipe, Franco with practically nothing to Army has built. American boys less llfo shall he ours who believe In do. havo been arriving by hundreds for Jesus Christ us Saviour and Lord. members about tho returning sol "If you wuz mo wife I'd tako it." Tho French universities aro co- tho last week, until ono would tblnk dier and tho Red Cross. Patience. Mother Why did you hit your operating with tho Army to givo that an American city had been Tho exnrrlKn . ,.,,, ,,1,, the American soldiers every benellt suddenly transplanted to tho outinvolves n NORMAL GIRLS DEFEAT ACADEMY sisterT ...... . .. nnllntml VU..I...UU, iMuiui-- ot mo presence ot Johnny Sho cheated me. Wo in pursuing tho courso of study skirts of Beaune. Tho Normal girls' quintet won w u may no come upon ut vu. i indicate. Now York Herald. anv moment- fnr m .. tho last basket ball gamo of the wero playing Adam and Evo and sho that thoir tendencies ells . TllflV nf f,nswl lamii... "noil t nrroic season from tho Academy girls. TTie bad tho apple to tempt mo with, and Thero will bo American students In Pasted Away. practically every university in gamo was a fight to tho finish. Tho sho never tempted mo, but went and Notice la a country store "We re- roud to unsHlshness, nothing Is Franco. w gret to Inform our honored customer mu, uil mm JMVJ118 to mllong Normal team forged away ahead ato it up herself. Beauno offers tho most extensive that our good and generous friend, Mr. during tho first half; but tho Acadiu private nronerlv. In li,v.i...i iiu ....Ifs i... emy almost tied tho scoro In tho A contemporary says that about plan for a purely American unl Credit, expired today. He was u noble wllllug und helpful, hut continual trials of patience. Tho famsecond half, tho final count being iilno new women out of a possiblo votfdty. It was formerly ono of tlio ,1- rt nlvay ily Is full of uch opportunities. bte" rallln loc omo .tlme- k 0 to 8. Tho gamo was featured by ten aro old women painted over. great hospital centres of tho A.E.F., W. Faber. cus"--0and buildings had been creeled oloso guarding on both sides. Tho wretch v LETTER FROM SECRETARY TINKER DINNER GIVEN IN HONOR OF SECRETARY VAUGHN VISITS BEREA THE REV. C. S. KNIGHT W. II. Tinker, divisional secretary 12 lluo d Aguesseau, Paris, France, dinner was given to A good-by- e March 3, WW. the llov. and Mrs. G. S. Knight in for Ibo south, visited Hcrea this Editor: Hoono Tavern last Friday evening. week and talked (o tho students of ar The Blessedness of Heaven SUNMfSQIOOL Lesson tnr BV Ttnchtr of Engllih IllbU In nilU Institute or Chlrsxo.) 1010. P B KIT.WATBH, Ui D, MooJ t'nlm, D. (Oprtiht, hj WmIot Nfwipafwr LESSON FOR APRIL 6 QOD THE FATHER t.KH80.V 103 TKXT8-0-n- pro-locat- ALMIQHTY. 1:1. t7j .lt (21-3- g In nrnvrn, hallowaJ be thr nameMat-lh- w . . ADDITIONAL MATKniAtDttiHrono-m- y ; I C, t. ralm tinlnh ( 1 1 Mftllhrw tt.M-John 4:24. I John 4.T I. PRIMA Itr TOPIC Th car for lili children. JPNIOIt Kathfr TOPIC-Oo- OOI.DKN Mstllifw f.lm. Ti:.VT-O- ur Father who nrt d our Craator amt w TOPIC-W- hat INTKIIMKDIATK ow to our Father In Heaven. JV' II i lPv4f.4M IHi HI won, i, ' se things. "Itefore the mountains' wero brought forth, or ever thou hmlit formed the rnrth nnd Ihe world, even from rwrUMItiR to cvrrlnstlng, thou nrt God." (Psalm PO:2). The enme Into blng by the will and set of the personal being cnlled God, In verse one Is enunclntrd the sublime philosophy of every right life. In the beginning of nil science nnd phllns-opbGod; In the beginning of every life God: In the of every year God; In the beginning of every day God; In the beginning nf every business Ood; In the beginning of every thought, plnn nnd human rvlntlon-shi- p God. Conviction as to this sets oni free from the fnlse philosophy of the nge. Mnn himself It n creation of Ood, not an evolution. Sfnn wits created In Ihe llkenem and Image nf God This precludes Uie? foolish Idea that mnn nscended from nnd through n brute. lie enme Into being by n special creative act of Ood, hnvlng bet preceded by n special council of thee Godhead (Gen. 1 r'Jrt, 27). Those who. believe this record repudiate Ihe Darwinian theory of mn' origin as not only n hinnan vagary, but a vlclous philosophy Inspired by the devil. When mini enme forth from the Creator's bands he wns neither a savage nor it bnby; he po"sesed Ihe powers of mature mnn. As nn exnmple of thcr maturity of his Intellect, be nnmed the animals ns they passed before him. II. Ood the Preserver (Psalms 103: e I. Ood the Creator (Gen. 1:1, 27). God wns before nil thing?. Ood theuncnned cnue Is the cause of all . g, n, All crented things would perish wcrce It not for the preserving mercies of It embraces the following gracGod. ious beneficial acts: 1. Forgives nlf Inlipiltles (v. 3). Pardon Is the prime necessity If moral things are to b preserved. 2. Ilenluth nil diseases (v. fu get-spa- ce tin-es- Z. nii-ror- nl us-Wi- th .... 1 Incur-ruptlo- n, truth-lovin- a). This refers to the henllng of the body nnd Ihe soul. Itenoratlon of man's moral nature Is necessary. 3. Itedeemeth the life freim destruction (r. 4). Itndemptlon Implies the payment of nil detnsnds ngnlnst the debtor. God In Christ performs the part hlrh the Individual failed In perform, and crowns him with tlm full right or A. citizenship In his kingdom. thy mouth" (v. 5). This means Hint God satlflcs all legitimate desires nuyl thus the youth Is renewed. The orlglunl cnpacltles nre restored to their native vigor, fl. Ilxcrutcth righteousness nnd Judgment (vv. The wrongs of life nre righted nnd tlitisa mnn Is relieved of tho burdens which they entnll. He extends his pity toward ns. III. God Our Father (Matt. 0:24-31Christ enme to revenl the Father. The subjects of the kingdom will love him ns a child loves Its father. 1. Undivided affection fv. 24). The child of the henvenly Father mnkes Ihe uneulvocnl choice between God nntT the world, for unless God hna the llrst place he bus no plnci. 2. Not anxious about food nnd clothing (vv. (1) It Is useless (r. 27). Anxiety enn bring nothing. "My Ood will supply all our sieeds" (Phil. 4:10). (2) It shows distrust of the Father (vv. In Ihe mensurif that one Is anxious nbout these tilings he shows his Inck of faith In the ubll-It- y nnd love nf God. If we would please God we inuiSt come to him In fnlth (Meh. 11:0). The birds nnd (low(3 ers shame us n this (vv. It Is henthenlsh (v. 32). We do not wonder Hint those who arc Ignornnj of God should manifest anxiety, but for his to do so Is to piny the heathen. He knows thnt we have need of temporal things nnd If he cares for Ihe flowers nnd birds he will surely not allow hi children to suffer. 3. lie diligently seeks Ihe kingdom of Ood ftv. 33, 34). He subordinates temporal things to thUigs of the spirit This shows the right relationship that child of God Is to sustain to secular affairs. This does not mean that child of Ood does not exercise proper forethought In milking a support for himself nnd fnmlly. The warning la not agnlnst legitimate forethought, hut anxious worry. MSnt-Isfle28-3020-28- 1 e Forgetfulnes f Self. true perception of the Gospel l the entire forcetfulness of self, utter absence of any pretension, and the eomplete and entire refusal to accept Ihe world's praise or Judgment. Gen A 1 ral ("Chinese") Gordon. fr U- 1 He Who Loves Qod. One who love God truly asks no ; other compensation than for If he should demand something else, It would be the prize 'that he loved, nnd not Ood. Utruard of Clnlrvaux. Marol 27. IDIU. JTHE CITIZEN some handome, soft clothes with shirt, socks and boots to match. brought niuTfork" nmrstlovcrarid stick nnoTmy In case we'd mecf a pnlnterr HotTFe luncheon, In n pufhenrt, with nil of danger la past." He drew a long pistol from his coat which Mrs. Wright hid provided mc. It was a lonely place with woods pocket and held It In tho light of the THE LIEI1T IN THE . out of n prom ANTIQUITY OF ELCARINI? Aimot or A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING QACriELLEBw I UCN H0U4N. Ml AND MIfINO W I. DAtHL Of THI UtiSU) VITH UZZ1L ITC'ETC Bit SYNOPSIS. U Uksn to CHAPTER called about the year IMS. Bally tiunkeltxrr, aboiit hla IJarton meets own sue, but socially of a cUn above ths IUynese. and la faielnated by lha pretty faoa and ana clothes. Aunt Dl Jjrn'a. and hlaneighborhood on lUtlltroad In a lira with hla uncle, I'eabody a farm on Barnes, orphan, Yf"'s H ?..! kno" In the neighborhood ai the "Bllent Woman." Amog Orlmshaw. young; CHAPTBTl rton meets Roving on of the richest man In the township, la a visitor at tha IVaynea home, and Ilovlna Kala telui the fortunes of the tw boya, predicting a brlchl future for Par ton and death on the sallows for Amoa. Ileproved for an act of boyish mUchlef Ilarton rune away, Intending to make hla home with the Dunkelberg-s- . lie reachea the village of Canton and fall. Into a ileep of exhaustion on a porch. There he la found by Rllas Wright, Jr., promt In public affairs, who, knowing Jent man llayn-- s. takre Ilartcn home af-tbuying him new clothes. er nr-Ilar- ton CHAPTER and Ma uncle ami aunt visit Canton and hear Bills nrltht read a sermon. CIIAPTKH Wright evinces much Interest In Ilarton. and vends a box of books and magailnea to the llaynee home. The election of BHaa WrUht to the United States senate Is announced. TV-B- llaa CITAPTnrt narlon Is twelve Tsars old he becomes aware of the existence of a wonderful and mysterious power known as "Money." and learns how. through his possession of that wonderful thing Drlmshaw Is the most powerful and greatly dreaded man In the conv, munlty, most of the settlers being In his SJhL After a visit to the Ilaynes homo Mr. Wright leaves a note In a sealed en. velope which Ilarton la to read on the first night when he leaves home to attend school. hen "No, Sirl My Ye Can't Buy the Nail on Little Finger or Hit With All Yer Money Da ran You!" CHAPTKn Is asked to drive a load to mill, arrives safely, but In a snowstorm, unable to see the road, the horses get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Uncle 1'eahody manages to get together enough to satisfy Orlmshaw and obtain an extension. Vl-Ita- rton CHAPTER VII-N- ow In Ms year Ilarton accompanies "Mr. sixteenth I'urvls." the hired man. to the postotnee at Canton. On the way they 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 "Tour money or your life."- - Purvis runs away, while the stranger drawa a pistol, but be. use It the robber shoots and tore he ran Ilarton'a horse throws htm him. and runs away. As the murderer bends Over the stranger Ilarton throws a stone which he observes wounds the thief, who makes off at once, but not until Ilarton had noted that his gun stork was broken In a pecullsr manner. Search of the neighborhood for the robber la unavailing ftnd the stranger Is burled. CHAPTER Vlll-narleaves home to attend Michael JIacket'a school. Amos Orlmshaw Is arrested charged with tha murder of the stranger. ton Aunt Deel gnvo n gimp nnd quickly covered her mouth with tier hnnd. Uncle Peubody changed color nil he rose from his clinlr with n strange look on his face. lie swung his big right linntl In the nlr ns he mild: "By the eternal Jtimpln' " lie stoppeij, pulled down the left tdecve of his flannel shirt nud walked I , to the water pall and drank out ofj the dipper. ' "Say, Mr. Grlmshnwnrm nwful sorry' for ye," mild my uncle as he returned to hlN chair, "hut I've always leurnt this boy to tell the truth an' tho hull truth. I know the danger I'm In. we're gvttlir old. It'll be hard to start over ug'ln mi' you can ruin us If ye want to an' I'm as svurcd o' ye ns a mouse In n cut's paw, hut this boy has got to' tell tho truth right out I couldn't muzzle him If I pliilu. tried he's too much of a man. If you're scared o' tho truth you inus' know that Amos Is guilty." Mr. Grlmshuw shook his head with nnger and bent tho floor with the end of his cnue. "Nobody knows anything o' tho kind, Raynes," suld Mr. Dunkelberg. "Of course Amos never thought o' killing anybody. He's u harmless kind of a boy. I know him well and so do you. Under tho circumstances Mr. Grim-ahaIs nfruld that Dart's story will mako It dllllcult for Amos to prove bis Innocence." Uncle I'eabody shook Ms head wltb CHAPTER X. a look of firmness. Again Grtmshnw laughed between A Party and My Fourth PerllT his teeth as ho looked nt my uncle. It was n rainy Sunday. In tho view every man had his price middle of tho nfternoon Uncle In his y mouse an' you're "I seo that I'm the and I hud set out In our spring tho cnt," ho resinned, ns thut curious buggy with tho family umbrella a laugh rattled In his thront. "took a' faded but sacred Implement, always here, Ilnynes, I'll tell ye whnt I'll do. cu refill ly dried, after using, and hung I'll cancel tho hull mortgage." In tho clothes press. Wo were drenched Again Undo I'eabody rose from LU to tho skin In splto of tho umbrella. chair with n look In his fnce which I It wns still ruining when we arrived have never forgotten. How his voice ut tho familiar door lit Ashery lane. Uncle I'eabody wouldn't stop. rang out I "No, sir I" he shouted so loudly that He hurried uwuy. Wo pioneers rarewo all Jumped to our feet and Aunt ly stopped or even turned out for the Deel covered her face with her apron weather. "Come In," said the voice of tho and begun to cry. It was Ilka tho explosion of n blast. Then the frag schoolmaster nt the door. "There's ments began fulling with a loud crush: good weather under this roof." "NO, Kilt I VR CAN'T 1IUY TIIR (IIo saw my plight us I entered. NAIL. ON MY LITTLK FINGER Oil "I'm like, a shaggy dog that's been Pea-hotl- 1 tremliTed with a Tenr I could not hnve defined. Mr. Grltnshnw shuffled out of the door, his cane rapping the floor ns If his arm had been stricken with palsy In n moment. Mr. Dunkelberg turned to my aunt. his face scarlet, and muttered an apology for the disturbance and followed the money lender. "Come on, Unrt," Uncle Pcnbody called cheerfully, as he walked toward "Let's go an' git In the burnynrd. them but'nuts." lie paid- - no nttentlon to our visitors neither did my mint, who followed us. The two men talked together a moment, unhitched their horses, got Into their buggies and drove nwny. "Wol, I'm surprised nt Mr. Horace Dunkelberg trjin' to come It over us like thnt ayes I I be," snld Aunt Deel. "Wul, I nln't." snld Uncle Peabody. "01' Grlmshuw has got him under his thumb that's what's the mntter. You'll find he's up to hlscurs In debt to Orlmshaw probiy." As wo followed him toward the house, he pushing the wheelbnrrow loaded with sacks of nuts, ho ndded: "At last Grlmshnw bus found some-thithnt ho can't buy an' he's nwful mirprlsed. Too bad he didn't learn thnt lesson long ago." He stopped his wheelbnrrow by the steps nnd we sut down together on the edge of tho stoop ns he added: "I got mad they ktp' plckln' on me so I'm sorry, but I couldn't help It. We'll start up ng'ln somcwheres If wo have to. There's a good many days' work In tins yet." As we curried the bngs to tho attic room I thought of the lodcstono and the compass and knew that Mr. Wright hud foreseen what was likely to happen. When we enmo down Uncle said to me: "I feel sorry, nwful sorry, for that boy." We spent n silent nfternoon gathering apples. After supper wo played old sledge and my uncle hnd hard work to keep us In good countenance. Wo went to bed early nnd I Iny long, hearing the autumn wind In the popple leuves and thinking of thnt grcnt thing which had grown strong within us, little by little, In tho cundlo light. Pea-bod- y WITH ALL YER MONEY N YOU I" It was like tho shout of Israel from the top of tho mountains. Shep bounced Into tho house with hair on end and tho chickens cackled and the, old rooster chipped his wings and' crowed with nil tho power of his lungs. Every member of that little group stood stock still and breathless. HIS D In swimming," I suld. "Upon my word, boy, wo'ro lu luck," remurked tho schoolmaster, I looked up at him. Henry's clothes! sure, "Mlchnel they're Just tho thing for you I" I followed him upstairs, wondering how It hud happened that Michael Henry hud clothes. lJo took him Into hls ropm mid lantern. DECORATIVE ART The loaded cart stood In the middle of tho bnrn floor, where I had left It, hnt old Kate had gone. We cloed Strange Source? From Which the barn, drnwlng tho enrt along with us. When wo came Into the ccjgo of Pigments Used by Modern the vlllnge I began to reflect upon tho t Painters Are Derived. strnngc peril out of which I had so luckily escaped. It gnvo me a heavy sense of responsibility nnd of the PRESERVATION OF SURFACES. wickedness of men. thought of old Kate nnd her broken I silence. For once I had henrd her Crude buj Effective Processes Employ, I speak, I could feel my flesh tingle ed by the Egyptians and Greeks of when I thought of her quick words Pliny's Day Noah Prudently and her hoarse, passionate whisper. ' Waterproofed the Ark. I knew, or thought I knew, why she took such enre of me. She was In league with the gallows and could not Whether pnlnt wns Invented In hfnr to see It chentcd of Its prey. For to n need for a preservative or to Kline reason she bated the Grlmshnws. meet a desire for beauty Is a question I had seen the hate In her eyes tho dny she dogged along behind tho old fully as knotty as the nnclent one about money lender through the streets of the relative time of arrival of the or the egg. It was Invented, the village when her pointing finger chit-kestint. j It wns almost dark when I was put- - hnd seemed to say to me: "There, though, and' It serves both purposes ting the last sack of wheat Into my there Is the man who hns brought me equally: so whether It Is an offspring enrt. In tho gloomy barn and getting to this. He has put these rags upon of mother necessity or nn adopted son my back, this Are In my heart, this of beauty remains foreVur a disputed ready to go. ing room. A rustling In the straw where I wild look In my eyes. Walt nnd you rrjucHtlon. "Now sit down here, nil o' ye, with stood stopped mo suddenly. I heard Will see whnt. I will rut upon hlm." The first men, cowering under tho Michael Henry," s'ald the schoolmas(Continued next week.) ter. "The little lady will bo Impatient. stealthy footsteps In the darkness. I fierce and glaring suns of the blhllcul my ground and demanded : I'll go and get her aud God help us to stood countries, constructed rude huts of "Who's there?" mako her remember the day." wood to shelter them. The perishable of-I saw n form approaching In the lie was gone a moment, only, when nature of these structures caused rapid he came buck with Ituth In lovely gloom with feet as noiseless as a cat's. Trevison Writes New decay, and It Is probable that the ocI took a step backward and, seeing white dress nnd slippers nnd gay with cupants, seeking some nrtllUiul means ribbons, nnd the silver beads of Mary that It wns a woman, stopped. This of preservation, hit upon (he pigments "It's Kate," came In n hoarse whls- -' on her neck. We clnpped our hands of the earth In their search. It Is perand cheered and, In the excitement of per as I recognized her form and staff. "Iluti, boy they have Just come out An orator Is knocked haps nntuiul to suppose that It wn the moment, John tipped over his drinking glass and shattered It on o' the woods.. I saw them. They will off a soap box, baro knuckles gleam the Instinct of, preservation thnt led take you nway. Ilun." men to the search, ulthough the glories the floor. I In the light of a rising moon In a lit- of the sunsets and the beauties of the "Never mind, my brave lad no glass -- v Rha tinrl nllrn1 tin tin find nml .- nnnr i caait-ri, iuwu uuu men . .i, , rainbow may have created u desire to ever perished In a better cause. UOO "" I'ui it in iu iiuiiua uuu u,c iuu a push townrd the door. I ran, and And then you Imitate those wonders In their own bless voul I are engrossed In dwellings. 1 lo We nte nnd Jested nnd talked, and " V" tho new serial The enrllest record of the applicathe sound of our laughter drowned nf'y fcT.frora 'ho bnrn 'n tncJ oluuuih aeKaKaKaxaaaKaM. hen 1 ".card them coming after me. which this news-pap- tion of a preservative to a wooden the cry of the wind In the chimney uw itint uicy aexexea' were. has ob- structure dates from the ark, which e n,..t lliv UlUtUIUlUli VL .(, -- nt., U'V n hobvit bb tUU s,UM ueiu were fining nnd turned quickly. I tained from the was, according to the Bible, "pitched the windows. pen of Charles within nrid without." The pitch wus u Next morning ray clothes, which hnd ' Alden Seltzer, au- triumph of preservation whatever It been hung by the kitchen stove, were thor of some of lacked as a thing of beauty. dnmp nnd wrinkled. Mr. Hncket cunie tho best AmeriDecoration applied to buildings first to my room before I had'rlsen. can novels of the conies to light with ancient Babylon, "Michael Henry would rather see last decade. The whose walls wero covered with reprehis clothes hanging "on a good boy new story Is sentations of hunting scenes and of he. than on n nail in the closet," said "The Man With a combat. These were done In red nnd "Sure they give no comfort to tho Country." j the method followed was to pnlnt the nail nt all." of Seltzer does scene on the bricks at the time by "I guess mtno aro dry now," I annot depend for manufacture, assuring permanence swered. baking. Strictly speaking, this was In his setting I "They're wet and henvy, boy. No as It this tale upon not painting so much of our was tho son o' Ilaldur could keep a light heart own fa manifestation expansive earliest kulsomlning. CHARLES In them. Sure ye'd be ns much out AIJ5EM plains of the miliar first Hebrew to mention pnlnt-In- g o' placo ns a sunbeam In a cave o' The SELTZER west. Is Moses. In the thirty-thirchap bats. If ye enre not for your own -- place Factory smoke takes the of ter of the book of Numbers he Incomfort think o' the poor lnd In the alkali dust and the hum of Industry structs the Israelites, "When ye hnve ;recn chair. He's that proud and supplants tho howl of tho coyote. But passed over the Jordan Into the land plcnsed to seo them on ye It would bo the characters Seltzer depicts are of Canaan, then shall ye drive out ull a shame to reject his offer. Sure, If Just as truly American as tho old fa- the Inhabitants of the land from be--j lliey were dry yer own garments vorites, Jefferson Gawne and Fire- fore you and destroy all their plc-- 1 would be good enough, God knows, , brand Trevison. tures. , but Michael Henry loves the look o' Seltzer's popularity as a writer of ye In these togs, nnd then the presl-deAt later periods the Jews adopted American Action bad Its inception mnny customs of the peoples who suc-- ( Is In town." with the publication of 'The Two-Gu- n cesslvely obtulned power over them That evening he discovered n big Man." It Increased rapidly as and In the apocryphal book of the stnln, block as Ink, on my coat nnd l Maccabees Is found this allusion to others of his works wero produced tiousers. Mr. Hncket expressed the "The Range Riders," "Triangle the art of decorating, "For as tho masopinion thnt It might hnve como from Cupid," "Tho Trail to Yesterday," ter builder of a new house must care the umbrella, but I am quite sure that "The Doss, of the Laiy Y" and on for the whole building, but he that be had spotted them to snve me from down to "Firebrand Trevison." Then undcrtaketh to set It out and paint It, the last homemade suit I ever wore, the list of his admirers was made j must seek out things for the adorning nve In rough work, and keep Michael Had Time to Raise My Flail and endless when such motion picture thereof." Henry's on my buck. In nny event I Bring It Down Upon the Head of stars as William S. Hart, Tom Mix, j Although Homer gives credit to a wore them no more save at chore time. the Leader. Bert Lytcll, Jack Gardner and Roy Greek for the discovery of pnlnt, the Sally came and went, with the Wills boy, nnd guve no heed to me. In her had time to raise ray flail and brine It Stewart began purchasing the rights allusions to It In the books of Moses, the painted mummy cases of the Egypeyes I hnd no more substunce than down upon the head of tho lender. to depict his stories in tho Alms. tians and the decorated walls of Babyu ghost. It seemed to mc, although I who fell ns I had seen a beef fall unlon nnd Thebes fix Its origin nt a caught her, often, looking at mo. I der the nx. Another man stopped beHold fait to that which Is good.' period long antecedent to the Grecian judged thnt her father had given her yond the reach of my Hall nntf, after era. The walls of Thebes were painta second's hesitation, turned and ran Don't sell or trade your Liberty Bonds' ed 1,000 years before the coming of i bad report of us and had some unlets Imperative necessity requires1 In spite of my knowledge that away In the darkness. Christ nnd 090 years before "'Omer we were right, although they related I could hear or seo no other motion smote his bloomln' lyre." mostly to Amos. In tho field. I turned afrtl ran on MUCH LIKE CITY The Greeks recognized the value of Next nfternoon I snw Mr. Wright down the slope toward the village. In paint ns a preservative and made use ind the president wnlklng back and ii moment I saw someone coming out Capital of State of Washington Has of something akin to It on. their ships. forth on the bridge ns they talked of the maple grove at the field's end, Pliny writes of the mode of boiling Retained Impression Given It by together. A number of men stood In Just ahead, with a lantern. wax and painting ships with It, after Its Builder. front of the blacksmith shop, by tho Then I heard the rolco of the school-mastwhich, he continues, "neither tho sen, river shoro, wutchlng them, as I saying: Those whrrtind the naming of moun- nor the wind, nor tho sun can destroy passed, on my way to the mill on an "Is It you, my lad" s of the Northwest chose the wood thus protected." tains errand. The two statesmen were In The Romans, being essentially a "Yes," I answered, as I came up to with n lavish hand from the names broadcloth and whlto' linen and beaver him and Mary, In a condition of of gods nnd goddesses of mythology, warlike people, never brought the decbats. They stopped ns I approached breathless excitement. and Indian tribes. Tho Olympic moun- oration of buildings to the high plane them. ' I told them of the curious adventure tains might well have been those from It had reached with the Greeks. For Well, partner, we shall be leaving which Jove hurled his thunder. And all that the ruins of Pompeii show I had had. In nn hour or so," said Mr. Wright, as many structures whose mural decora"Como quick," said the schoolmas-- t tho sylvan town of Olymplu, the capiho gavo mo his hand. "You may look today. The go back and find the mad tal of the state of Washington, seems tions are In fair shape A black for me here soon after tho closo'of tho ter. "Let's more, fitting for the temples of Greece colors used were glaring. session. Take enro of yourself and go In the stubble." background was the usual one and the I remembered that I had etruck tho than for those of lawmaking of an combinations worked thereon red, yeloften to seo Mrs. Wright and obey your cuptalii nnd remember mo to your path In my flight Just before stopping American stnte. With tho exception, possibly, of An- low and blue. to swing the flail: Tho man must have, uunt nud uncle." In the early Christian era the use of fallen very near It. Soon wo found napolis, Maryland, no stnte In tho mosaics for churches somewhat sup"See thnt you keep coming, my good Union hns chosen such nn lying and drops of planted mural painting. Still, during boy," suld tho president as ho gave mo where he had been hamlet for Its cnpltnl, n the reign of Justinian the Church of 'fresh blood on the stubble. his hand, with playful reference, no outtown almost segregated from tho "Hush," said tho schoolmaster, Saint Sophia wns built at Constantinodoubt, to Mr. Wright's remark that I side world. At tho end of a wonderj We listened and heard a wagon ratple and Its walls were adorned with was u coming man. fully benutlful waterway, "Unrt, I've sorao wheat to be tling at a wild pace down the road lu tho hills and forests, Olympla hns paintings. In modern times the uses of paint thrashed In tho barn on tho back lot," toward the river. "Thcro he goes," said Mr. ITacket. none of the atmosphere of politics and have come to be as numerous as Its said the senator as I was leaving big business. myriad shades and tints. Ills companions havo carried him Paint Is them. "Yon rnn rfn It Krittir.lnra . it Tho town Is a very small one, so unique In that Its name Jas no synou riding In that wagon you enro to. at a shllllnrr nn hm.r. "nwy small Indeed thut tho aver'o overStack the straw out of doors until now, yerself, my brave lad, If ye hadn't land train would not even hesitate as nym' and for It there Is no substitute you've finished, then put It back In the 'a' mado a lucky hit with tho flail-- God It passed through. Its water front un- material. Bread Is the staff of life, but bless yo I" paint Is the life of the staff. bay. Winnow tho wheat carefully and Js'o one thinks of the exterior of a "Whnt would they 'a dono with til recently, hns been adorned with sack It and bring It down to the granpleasure craft, fishing fleets nnd can- wooden building now except In terms ary and I'll settle with you when I me" I asked. nery bouts. The fjords of Puget sound of paint coated. Interiors, too, from "Oh, I reckon they'd 'a' took yo off, return." ufford unlimited opportunities for fishTainted walls and stained furniture I remember that a number of men lad, and kep' yo for a year or so until ing nnd pleasure excursions. down to the lowliest kitchen utensil, who worked In Grlmshaw's sawmill Amos was out o' danger," said Mr. Here loggers nnd luwmukers hnve all receive their protective covering. Hncket. "Maybe they'd drowned ye In were passing as ho spoke. mighty pust to Steel, so often associated with cement the river down thero an' left yer met In the legislationsolve tho "Yes, Blr," I answered, much elated arid lumbering. Is painted before It goes clothe) on the bank to mako It look problems of by the prospect of earning money. cunnery bouts tied up In winter like an honest drowning. to give solidity to the manufactured Tho devil Here In tlmo Ions Tho examination of Amos was set knows what they'd 'a dono overhauling. Here tone. Tho huge girders of the skyye, for und down for Monday and tho people of laddlo buck. We'll have to with scrapers are duubed an ugly but keep an past men tramped In from Tacoina which they could tho village wero stirred and shaken eye on yo now, every day until red underneath the surface coat the Seattle with supplies by wildest rumors regarding tho evi- trial Is over sure wo bucks. will. Come, woil not wrest from nuturo. on their of black. Perhaps the best example dence to be adduced. Every duy men go up to the barn and see If Tho towu climbs u short distance In- of the vulue of paint on steel Is found Kate Is and women stopped mo lu tho street there." to the surrounding hills "from tho In the venerable Brooklyn bridge, on stops. The to ask. what I knew of tho murder. I Just then we heard Jho receding wuter front, and then dlgnllled seat which a gang of painters Is kept gofollowed the advlco of Bishop Per- wagon go roaring over the bridge on state cnpltol resembles h Kuropo; In ing contlnuully. It Is scarce possible kins and kept my knowledge to myself. Llttlo river. Mary shuddered to think of a single manufactured arwltb of lenrnlng In northern Saturday came, and when the qbores fright. Tho schoolmaster reassured us fact neurly nil Northwest bulhllnsi ticle which does not meet paint some-- , were done I went nlone to the groin by eaylng: beur tho stamp of tho homo of their where In the course of Its construcborn In tho back lot of the senator's "l'on't ho nfrnld. LhiPUcht my gin builder, tho Scnnillnu vlims. Scottish tion. So has paint grown Into the farm. with tlnll nnd meniiri- nnd hropin and Kngllfch settlers. very morrow of our lives. s. "There, my laddlo buck," entd he, "put them on." "Thcso will soon dry on me," I snld. laggordl Michael I'tit them on-- ye Henry told me to give them to you, It's the blrthdrry night o' little Iluth, my boy. There's n big cake with candles and chicken pic nnd Jellied cookies nnd nil the like o' thnt. Put th'cm on. A wet boy nt the fenst would dampen the whole proceedings." I put them on nnd with n great incy senso of relief nnd comfort, were nn ndmlrahlo fit too perfect for nn accident, although at tho tlmo I thought only of their grnndcur as I stood surveying myself In the looking-glnsThey were of blue cloth nnd I snw thnt they went well with my blond hnlr nnd light skin. I was putting on my collar nnd necktie when Mr. Hncket returned. We went below and the tnble wns very grnnd with Its grcnt frosted cake and Its cnndles, In shiny brass sticks, nnd Its Jellies nnd preserves with the gleam of polished pewter among them, Mrs. Racket nnd nil the children, save Ituth, were waiting for us in the din- on three rid of the field and n road on the other. I kent laying down j l)ed of wllent on ,he bnrn floor ftnd beating them out with the flail until tho sun wns well over tho roof, when I sat down to eat my luncheon. Then I swept up the grain nnd winnowed out the chnff and filled one of my sacks. That done, I covered the floor ngaln nnd the thump of tho flail cased my loneliness until In die mlddlo of the nfternoon two of my schoolmate enmo nnd asked me to go swimming with them. The river wns not forty rods nway and a good trail led to tho swimming hole. It wns n wnrm,"brlght dny and I was hot nnd thirsty. The thought of cool waters and friendly companionship was too much for me. went with trtcm and stayed with jI them longer than I Intended. I remember saying as I dressed that I should hnve to work late and go without my supper In ordur to finish my er Creator Firebrand ) Serial tor Paper .., ,,,. i"iy. sWv M I i uj the d nt ..." ' I i s, OLD-WORL- D and-cltte- deep-sente- d efJ-cle- nt Pago Four..... THECITlZSrt. Tho Ilev K. II. English is loading his household goods this week, nnd will leave tho llrst of next week for his new Held in tho western part of the. State. Mrs. Laura Jones has Just return ed from the city with n nico new line of the latest of everything in millinery. Sho will make n millinery parlor of her residence parlor and will sell there until her ad house is mndc ready ngnln. The Ilev. A. K. Thomson, principal of Lincoln Institute, preached at the Union church last Sunday and delivered a very helpful sermon from tho text, "The name of Jehovah is n strong tower, thc'righleous run neth into it and arc safe." All the girls who had their hats bought or selected at Mrs. Laura Jones' store before llief llro will please call at Mrs. Jones' residence. Her now millinery parlor will be there till her store is rcadv again We can lit you fii hats thero; call Friday antl Saturday and any day nflcr that till the store is opened. Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. Tho Progress Club met at the homo of Mrs. Edgar Moore oi Thursday last. After a most in (creating titirrnry program, music furnished by Mrs. Charles Bunletle nnd Miss O'lloark was enjoyed by all. Delicious refreshments of ien cream and cake were served by the hostess. THE PASSING OF MRS. KING March 27, 1910. Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment and Sun-Parlo- Sen-Ic- at Lowest Coot. Wants for Men and (or Women. Private Room, llntlia, Electric Service. Child-birth- , Fish's Yery Surgery, Care in GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE latest New Spring & Summer Come tn nnd visit an mtnlillMiment, which It ft friend In need, and In reach of nil the people. Roiiert II. Cowlkv, ' I)., riiTnlclan 'Harlan Dudi.ky, M I)., i'lirtlctan Mrs. Anna 1'owkm. Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Mrj. Hiclkn Stkarn Siiarpr, R.N., Asalttnnt M ' MILLINERY CHANGE IN RATES Heginnlng March t, the rates for hoard nnd room of private patients will he l.s to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the ward will remain the tame ft per da. Hjr Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM has arrived and is now "on display. No mat- Best Blacksmithing Scientific liorso shoeing, lino iron work nnd repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad Ofllce. No we don't quit, we sell hats and sell them right. Ralph Hudspeth and his wife are visiting Mr. Hudspeth's father in Herea. The Blue Bird in the College Chapel Monday night at seven-fiftee- n. Dressmaking. WANTED I Maymo Hill, Center street. Mm, ad.-3- ter how particular you are antl how hard to please, we have every style and shape imaginable. It is to your 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold hundred million dollnrs in gold is held by the Banks ns the reserve of the banks whit't arc the members of the Federal "Reserve System. This bank, ns a member of the system, shares in the protection afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you ulso share in this benefit. 8 The many friends of Mrs. Scrrihl.i Since spring is here motoring King were saddened to learn of her parlies arc again making the Tav death which occured at the home ern a place of added happiness and of her (laughter, Mrs. B. P. Jones, activity. ' at Warren, week before last. There were two dinner parties Knsign Richard Howard, of tho Since the first of tho year, Mrs. given this week, and a great mauy U. S. Navy, is visiting his friends in King had been with her daughter. guests were entertained. Among the Berea. Miss Bertha, who was teaching at guests were; Hats from $1.98 up, on sale at Eva Marlinton, W. Vn, and it was wliil Mr. and Mrs. Avery and their three Waldcn's. ad. thero that she was stricken with children from very county, X. C .lames Herd, who was five months hemorrhage of tho brain. Sho was C. C. Huff and his sister from in France, stopped hero on his way removed to Mrs. Jones homo at Grayson. from the camp, where he was disWarren, where she was under tho J. It. Rogers, trustee of Beroa'Col- charged, to his home in Tennessee. care of Doctor Jones, but rgcovcry lege, from Xcw York. Buy your hat at Laura Jonc3' was impossible, and tho end camo Doctor Thompson, president of millinery parlor. Very select stock, ad, in a few days. Lincoln. Institute. The Blue Bird, by Maeterlinck, the all new, just in from tho city. Styles The body was brought to Bcrca Doctor and Mrs. Barton, and Mrs, and prices right. Corner Chestnut fireat Belgian Shakespcar, is worth for burial on March 12, and funeral P. E. Wilson, of Chicago. and Parkway, Bcrca, Ky. ad. seeing, it will bo presented In tho services wero conducted at lb Dr. H. E. Bartlett of Gray Hawk, Chapel, Monday night, Mrs. Davis, Mrs, Canfleld, and Mrs. College Union church, of which she was who has come to take a position in Auspices member, by the Rev. Howard Hud Dick visited a cousin of Mrs. Davis' March 31st, seven-fifteethe Robinson Hospital, is going to at Parksvillc, who was seriously Clio Club. Proceeds for community son and Dr. B. H. Rboerls. stay at tho Tavern. wounded in France, having had hi? workv Admission 15 and 25 cents, Mrs. King had been a resident of On Wednesday "evening a banquit Mrs. throat badly cut by a hand grenade. Laura Jones' residence, nerea for several years and had was given to the Union Church Blue Bird, n wonderful produc where she "sells bats and sells many friends. choir. people About thirty-liv- e tion, full or marvelous pictures a them fight" is right by her store, Sho will be especially jnisscd by wero present at the dinner, which thousand smiles, a thousand sobs, a corner of Chestnut and Parkway, her neighbors on East Center street was a delightful affair. thousand smilesl a thousand beau Berea, Ky. ad who knew her so intimately as sh Friday evening tho members of tiful scenes. College Chapel, MonMrs. George Tinsley and baby of went about her homo in her quiet the Xormal department gave a din day night, March 31, 7:15, auspices Lexington have been spending cheerful manner, always a firm bo ncr to Mr. Knight, who is leaving COME IN AND SEE THEM of Clio Club. Proceeds to be used several days at the homo of her liever and upholder of that which this term. About twenty-liv- e per for community work. Admission 15 parents on Center street. Mr. was right, honest and just. Her sons were present. cents; children 15 cents. Tinsley is (remembered by man7 life, 'numbering- more than three. Paul Dcrthick of Stanton was a Bereans and former students as Mia score years and ten, was rounded The woman who sells her body, Bcrca visitor from Saturday until Ethel Flanery. nut like the day, which full of its the man who sells his vote, and the Tuesday. Margaret E. Sangcster, in the golden hours of (Opportunity and editor who sells his editorial policyl Havo you bought your new spring Christian Herald, describes Blue service, is crowned with a sunsc Richmond Kentucky and summer hats? If not, buy them Bird, (which will be given in the of satisfied fulflillment and a pence are alike prostitutes. of Laura Jones. Mrs. Jones has just College Chapel Monday night) as 'til benediction. iosi ncr nig siock or nais an reauy tll0 sort of piciurc Uiat few pCOplo To the two daughters, both of Sale for sale on the opening day by fire I (r,1!imoi nr nm,iiiiintr FOR SALE ;i whom have hosts of friends in Bo sii Jno. F. Dean 1. W. Harndoa Plenty of nico seed nolatocs. 81n no insurance. Siio will appreciate holds a lesson worth learning and rea, and to other relatives and DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE per bushel. Apply, MRS. BOGIE. your orders very much. ad. cannot fail to do unbounded good. friends, the deepest sympathy of all LOST Bcrca. is extended. Dr. J. H. MahaiTcy of Richmond Be sure to sco it. Tan leather wrist watch, Switz. ad. visited his son, Hugh, of tho Acaderland movement. Return to Reg Why buy your hats at Laura Wo are still selling Real Estate LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE emy department, Tuesday of this Jones? Becausel adp.-a- s. istrarti Oillce. Reward. COLLEGE MOVING PICTURES in and around Bcrca; but soon It AH Sizes week. Because? Yes, you get the best The Onllege will continue Its For particulars oall on or write: will bo impossiblo to get possession FOR SALE Nobby red sailors, that small hat hat for your money. The hat is this year, as farmers nro making liberal policy of providing a free WM. HAYES. Oliver Xo. 5 Typewriter. Price you want for dress, and for motor- fitted to your own individual style. arrangements for tho year's wort moving picture exhibition for stu reasonable. Bk' Hill. Kv. Call at 309 Hunllni: ad. ing at Laura Jones'. All the newest Mrs. Jones will not sell you an unA few moru bargains in small farms every Wednes Hall. things in fancy feathers and flowers, becoming hat.. Sho takes prido ia dents and citizens and city properly. Como and got day night. These, are all of tho FOR SALE and shapes. Give us your order; filling you with the right hat for highest grade and most attract! vo One complete FOR SALE wo appreciate it. ad. you. ad. kind. Tho Lifo of Roosevelt Or Exchange for Other Property of a top saw rig promised for an early date. Every power boiler A good old Jack and Co.; catch Herndon on tho fly. body welcome. power engine, all in good condition; lion. power gasoline enalso I J. W. HERXDOX, Respectfully, Berea. Ky, gine. For particulars apply to CARD OF THANKS DEAN & HERNDON, - onc-pic- See the Blue Bird! If you arc u child, it will be a dream come true, a fairy tale to you. If you are grown, it will be the meaning of life, told poetically, hut nono the less truly. See it Monday night, College March 31st, at seven-fifteeChapel. Auspices of Clio Club. Pro cceds to community work. Admis sion 25 cents; children 15 cents You will find the latest word in style at Eva Waldcn's Millinery, ad. A. B. Cornell has purchased H. E. Way's property on Prospect street. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bender of Center street arc entertaining a fine eight pound son who arrived at their home last Saturday even ing. and family Jackson William have moved from town to their farm near tho Glades church. Bo sure to get one of those pretty, dresses at Eva Waldcn's n, co EIGHTEEN advantage to makeyour selection early, latest creation in assuring you of the very thus ' Berea National Bank BOONE TAVERN NOTES 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. n. - . B. E. BELUE CO. Wanted and For i stal-M'o- rso js sr. - jis? Know This Store as Young Men's Headquarters That is the way we want it known, because we have the new, the oiiginal and the smart things younger men want. This covers alike all things men wear clothes, shirts, furnishings and ,shoes. ad.-1-3-- Wo wish to extend our sinccn FOR SALE thanks to all tho friends for the Hie J. 0. Scrivner properly on kindness and sympathy shown us house, good in tho recent loss of our. mother, Center Street. well, and garden. Price 81,200. For Mrs. Serrilda King, and for tho kindly assistance rendered at the particulars seo E. A. Bender. funeral services. FOR SALE Nina King Jones, Ono four cylinder Buick auto- Bertha V. King. nmbilo; run 1,500 mllo; in good con. dilion; can be seen nt Cornelison's Garage, Berea, Ky. For price, seo W. Stephens, Berea, Ky. oil. T. J. TODD, Paint Lick. Kv. I Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. " bts FOR SALE On April 15, I freight depot to tho highest bidder will sell at Berea F. L. MOORE'S refused shipment, consisting of "no arru ' lubricating oil, con- signed to W. C. Engle, Berea, Ky. Salo to bo held at 10:00 o'clock n. tn, H. L. JAMES, Jewelry Store FOR O First Class Repairing AND ad. Agent. L. &. N. Railroad. EGGS FOR SALE Spring Opening of Fine Line of Jewelry DEREA, KV. NOTICE IF IT'S HERE IT'S RIGHT IF IT'S RIGHT IT'S HERE New YOU CAN BANK ON THAT One-pie- ce Will sell at public auction. May 1st, at L. & X. freight depot, Berea, v'y, 3 boxes Lenox Soap, 5 cartons i enox Soap, 2 cartons wash powder, from Proctor A Gamble. vr.pvilnlo flliln r.n,,li,.,rwl l If If Georgo Coal Co., account unclaimed. Signed, II. L. JAMES, agent, L. & N. railroad. NOTICE Tho Berea Rhodo Island Poultry Association Is now prepared to MAIN ST. furnish (luantilies of eras for i :: . V'0,80 egs nro a" fro,n "Kh c,,ass noks- - w,llc1' vo been ... specialists I"T Agriculture. ,0f ,f "'8P,C0(' nn, 'Commended 01 1110 by SUUO U)l lr Bourbon Poultry Remcd ruup.miii.rr c Jr sorrlieud ami if 1, r ,ry duets, ) 'trurt'v Onr- &uf4.ol Jiuafcru 14 ut uiNlU'inn. Alur ,(-- t or I17 uia lax riUl, ValuaUa lultry ulc r un iniuul, I0UIICI UHtOI CO..lululM.(f. Porter-Moo- re Drug Co. Dresses, Coats, All-Wo- ol Suits Tailored at $26 to $60 and Suits This Week Will sell at public auction, May 1st, at L. & X. freight depot, Berea, Ky 1 box garden seed from D. D, Jackson, Versailles, Ky, consigned o D. D. Jackson, Berea, KyM account unclaimed. Signed, II. L. JAMES, agent, L. iV Divisional secretaries aro: William Carl Hunt, Bcrca. S. P. Caudill, Conway. Mrs. It. C. Cooiner, Speedwell. if fi by iatiip sU 'drink cuniiit.ijiniiiu tt xKOllD TO STIMULATE VOUU FAITH. TO QUICKEN YOUK I'ltAYKK-UKK- . UKAD Sold J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky I CRIED, HE ANSWERED" A thithful llteortt afRmarkahl and Ntwty ISMutud Answtrt to 1 Vayrr INTHOUUCTUJN BT 1 Get.the C1UKU U ALLAUDIT TUUKBUU. and GeiiuliioJHP'TKI Avold3 EVA WALDEN X. railroad. n fwr MN. a .... u cimI.u ii ia Hm.i. 10w tU fttf 1 1, la BM llaUl tetu. Tl. M... Ufa laaUala CaWita iu'i, U; N. USitU Si Okar t. Mn'fcli 27. 1010. TU& CITIZEN Pace Fly WITH THE CHURCHES BOONE TAVERN "The moit home-lik- e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Union Church Tho Sunday-schowith classes for all at 0:45. Preaching sorvlce at 11 a.m. ol Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway at Tlieso beans make good green bennr, and nice white dry beans. Use- all alt that I right tho little nooks and corners in your A family Newspaper for yard and all tho vacant lots near true, and interesting you do grow food. ThurwUy l lrm. Ky. PuMUhol cry Tho School Garden is backed by our Government, approved by BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incarpof alad) Robert Spcnce, tlio county agent, WM. C. FKOST, and is being directed by tlio Clio Subscription Ratei Club, thoroughly with IN ADVANCE Professor Hlzney and Professor Dix tl.M of llio Public and On. Ynr Training schools. S SI, Month " Three Month or Kiprraa Monty pnd monvy bjr rim Sunday-school Baptist Church at 0:45 n.m. Preaching sorvlco ol 11 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening 7:30. U. Y. P. U. service at 0:15. Wo extend a hearty welcome lo all to. unite with us in theso serv- Tho The Citizen ices. - Ed.Ky-ln-CM- Pmt-nfll- Order, Draft. KrgUtrrtd Lrttrr, or on and two rrnt aUmpt . Th date after your name on Uwl ahowa to what date your aubatrlptlon Is paid. If It l not chanirnl within three wrrks after renewal notify ai, kltaef riar numbers will be gladly aupplleal If we are notlftnl. Ubrral terms B1en to any who obtain new forua. Any one aendlnir ea four yearly subscriptions ran recelre The Utlien free for one year. Advertising rates on application. TO PARENTS What Is the School Card on Army) is a (piostlon people nro asking why doos it exist now ih- -l the war is over? Tlio School Garden Army was called into lining by no oilier person than Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States. Five million volunteers aro wanted to help raise food for their own families to eat. Fivo million American hoys and girls arc called to help ediicato Ihcnuclves in pardoning, to keep accounts of their gardens and to learn a lesson in The School Garden Army will march on and on. Next year your Government hopes lo havo a belter organization, a heller and an Improved plan and a still bigger army. This is a practical thing, this Education School Garden Army. should not aim to (111 a child's mind with information, Just like ono AIM a cup wilh water. Education should aim to bring nut that which is within tho child, to round it out and develop it. Education is the fertilizer that makes children develop into men anil women. Now, your child, in his garden, has a chanco to work as ho will, to do il Just as he wishes, in oilier words lo develop his own resources. So our Natural Hurcati of Education wliloh is a department of our Government has adopled the motto: Every Child in a Garden and a Garden for every Child. Ami wo must remember thai Ihe child itself is one of tlio growing things in the garden. The School Garden Army is a permanent institution. Food production is sllll a necessity. The war is not over. The armistice has been signed but tlio treaty of peace has not. Starving people in Europe nro holding out empty hands to America. Wo must product all Ihe food wo can, even if wo do eat it in our own homes, it is not necessary to buy food, and the food Ihat wo might buy can then bo sent to Europe. So school children are needed in the School Garden Army to help produce food to feed the worl I. If you haven't ground lo give youc children a garden, you havo n fence around your yard, or a porch about which they can plant vining bean?. self-suppo- rt. USE LIME FOR FERTILIZING YOUR CORN Wc still have several tons of bulk lime on hand. it while you can. Christian Church Meetings at the Christian church are still going on with no nbalo-meof interest. Evangelists Ucnnetl nnd Arnold are leading the services in sermon and Mug, to a high degree of Interest and prollt (0 ,ib who come. Mec'iiigs nnnounccd for every night at 7:30 till Lord's Day night, March 30. Program for next Lord's Day: Hihlo Schooh, preaching nnd communion, 11. (K. UNITED STATES NEWS (Contlnaed from Ftj 0a) Ladies' Mass Meeting aL 5:00 p. m to which everyboy is invited men, Samuel Gompers. The third read- Women, and children followed by Preaching at ing of the Hrillsh draft convention baptismal services. was completed, with the exception 7:30 p. m. Further announcements will be of two articles on which a llnal demade as to whether the meetings cision was deferred until later. The commission decided to rec- will continue or not. All aro inommend lo the Peaco Conference vited. W. J. Hudspeth, minister. (lint il should bo held in Washington if the Government of Ihe United SALE FOR SCHOOL TAX States would consent to convene it. I, or some one for me, will on Tho necessary preparation will bo Monday, May 5, 1919, placed in tho hands of the internabeing County Court day, between tional committee. tho hours of 10:00 a. tn. and 2:00 p. 111., in front of the court house in Settlement of the accounts of the propCommittee on Public Information Richmond, sell the following erly to satisfy tho lax duo tho Bcrcj now being made will show that tho committee's domestic work was Graded School, of Derca, Ky, for virtually according 1918. 8 2.09 Lillian Ambrose to a recent statement by George. 1.07 Lou Holion Creel, chairman of the committee. 1.75 Vcrnie Collins Mr. Creel returned several days ago 338 Allen Hcnsley from Europe after spending several 7.72 W.T.King months closing up the committee's 3.02 A. D. Logsdon affairs. roilerated his state4.97 It. M. Moore ment made on his arrival in New 13.93 II. L. McMurry York that he had resigned as chair2.50 W. T. Poir man of (he committee. President Guss Stewart......... 3.10 Wilson, ho said, however, had not 29.07 U. S. Wyatt yet accepted his formal resignation. LJi. W ATKINS, Tax Collector. A full pardon for Eugene V. Debs, former Socialist Presidential" can- LAURA JONES' MILLINERY BURNS didate now under a ten years' prison About Iwoo'clock last Thursday sentence for violation of the espion- morning tho lire whistle aroused age law, and nmnosly for all per- folks from their sound slumber to sons Imprisoned for "hones( expres- discover that Mrs. Laura Jones' sion of opinion against America's Millinery Storo was in flames. Tlio cause in the war," worn urged in n lire brigade responded Willi hose petition cabled to President Wilson and buckets, anil did good work in by the executive committee of the subduing the blaze. A large number Social Democratic League of Amer of citizens wcro also on the seen" ica. and rendered what assistance was possible. The new stock of milliFrancisco Villa's plans for the nery, ready for the opening next rompiost of Northern Mexico from morning was all destroyed, and tho (ho Carranza Government apparent building ilscjf hadly damaged, altlio ith ly miscarried when Felipo Angeles' the walls wcro left standing. staff ofllcers were arrested at El characteristic enterprise Mrs. Jones Paso, Texas, recently and Martin took immediate steps to secure a l.opeiN ammunition smuggling band new stock of goods, and is announc was defeated by the Federals near ing her millinery opening to bo held in her residenco on UiQ corner ol I.a Ascension. This was indicate in a copy of a new Villa manifesto, Chostnul and Parkway. Issued March I, at San Lorenzo, Chihuahua. "Nine Little Indians" In the manifesto Villa calls upon to meet Tlio tlrst Sunday-sclionil of his old Generals to rejoin him a 100 per cent allotment in tho Cen and light for what he terms "liberty, tenary Campaign of tlio Methodist bread and Justice." Episcopal Church, South, is a little "1 am willing to offer my life If Indian Sunday-schoat Wctumpkn, necessary to seo Mexico peaceful, Oklahoma, Tlio allotment for this happy ami prosperous," Villa said in Sunday-schocents was forty-flv- o the manifesto. "I regret the neces per pupil per year for tlvo years slty for spilling Mexican blood, but A check for tho eutiro live years has It must be done in order to over just been received at headquarters throw Carranza, tho usurper." in Nashville. It was not such a large check after all, because there are only nine pupils in tho Sunday school, hut tho fact that theso little Creek Indian boys and girls, as individuals, havo met their Centenary Sunday-schoobligation is inspir ing to tho Sunday-scho- ol workers nt ol ol ol ol . HIS LIFE From the Cradle to the White House A Thrilling American Drama. His Life is a Story of a "Made in America" American. AMBITION HUMOR MORAL COURAGE HISTORY 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-2- 8 THIS PICTURE AND 29 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 of tho present campaign show that' in all sections of tho church the membership is rallying to tho support of the program for yet larger gifts for Iho support of benevolent causes. REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS (Continued From Figa One) e'rt Cecil Is cluilriunh. 'Most of The neutrals. It Is understood, favored tlio tongue plnn with some modifications. The full commission, with Mr. Wilson In tlio chair, met Saturday to consider nil proposed amendments and put tho plnn Into definite nlid llnnl form. The completed pence treaty, It Is In Purls, will lie ready by April 1 forpresentation to the German plenipotentiaries. At the time of writing It was not clear whether this pact would be u preliminary treaty or the llnnl Instrument, or a renewal of the strongest provisional armistice. In ny ense, many Important matters were yet to be settled. Theso Included numerous boundary disputes. In the discussion of which Mr. Wilson was taking leading part. According to report, he told Premier Clemenceau hu would not support France's demands concerning the disosltlou of the west bnnk of the lthliie, and tho "Tiger" thereupon tried to resign, but was dissuaded by Premier l'olncure, who showed him Franco could not get along without the support of America, no matter what smodltlcutlons Mr. Wllsun mlglidcmund In the French program for the treatment of Germany. Next, President Wilson conferred with Prime Minister Orlando of ljidy, und, It was believed, nrnuiged for u compromise by which Italy will get Flume and surrender her claim to the Dalmatian coast which the Jugoslavs demand. This plan Is opposed by Foreign Minister Konulno anil his party and by much of the population of Duliuutln. The western boundary of Poland has not been definitely determined, thouuli the decision hud been reached that the Poles should have a corridor to the sea, Including Danzig, on commission Tliu Interallied Poland and tho (iermaus had a great deal of trouble last week arranging for a cessation of hostilities between the Poles and tho (iermaus, but It was said the desired result would soon be reached. The supreme council also took steps to stop the lighting between tho Poles and tho Ukrainians In Gull-clIn Chlca they are said to be organizing a great movement and spending Immense sums of money, of which they seem to have unlimited supplies. Another uprising In India Is being planned. In western Canadn their Influence Is apparent In the nction taken by the labor unions. Nearly all local unions there huvo voted to secede from the American Federation of Labor and to follow the I. W. W. plan of organizing by Industries Instead of by crafts. Their new body Is to bo known as the One Illg Union. Tlio delegates to the meeting that took this Defeat In the north and west nnd action adopted a resolution committing them to the bolshevik plun of a success In Hie south met the bolshevlkl In Itussln. They attacked tho allied "dictatorship of the proletariat," and positions south of Archangel, but were also voted for a referendum to call a losses. general strike on June 1 for a repulsed with considerable flve-daweek. The Lcttlsli troops nlso whipped them, What Mr. Gompers, president of the taking the Important town of Mituu, southwest of Itlga, and compelling American Federation of Labor, will them to retrent along the whole front say of this remnlns to be seen. At present he is In Paris, where the comIn that region; and the Poles forced them out of Plnsk. On the other hand, mission on International labor legislathe bolshevlkl, hnvlng forced the tion has been in session. The Krlttsh French garrison of NIkolnlev to retire draft convention for n permanent orto Odessa after fierce fighting, were In ganization was amended and adopted possession of virtually the whole of for submission to the peace confertho Ukraine. Further eust they ence. The American contention that ronched the Isthmus of Perckop, which each country should settle its Internat labor problems without Invoking tlio connects the Crimen with the mainland. Their aim evidently Is to sub- power of the league of nations predue before spring all opposition In tho vailed. The commission heard a delegreat grain region of the Ukraine, In gation of women from tho allied countries und promised to glvo due considthe hope of relieving the food shortage eration to the points presented, theso In .Moscow und tho north. Including eight claims In behalf of According to reports from Lithuania working women nnd children. movea new und strong tlce, bitterly assailed them for their with the Spartacans. The Spartacans, who were comparatively quiet for a few days after their virtual defeat In Iterlln, were beginning agitation for n new general strike on March 20, declaring that this time their success wns certain. Their previous operations along the Ithlne, according to Iterlln dispatches, led tho French troops of occupation to selzo Mannheim, Karlsruhe nnd two other cities. This was neither affirmed nor denied by the allies. y -- asserted 1 11 Get Don't forget to paint your house with Warren's Paint. 0111VJ009& pure Let us screen your windows and doors. 'Our line of building material is complete. Call us. We are at your service. STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot Tho total membership of the Southern Presbyterian Church is about 375,000. Tho call of Ihe general assembly's commitleo on stewardship in tho Intensive tlrivo throughout tho church during tho present month is for $3,500,000, to bo paid within tho next twelvo months for the he nevolcnt causes of tho church is a call for practically ten dollars from each member of tho church, or tho total sum averages this amount from eacli member. This call from tho stewardship constitutes tho first call In tho progressivo program lo conlinuo for tho next threo years, during which time $12,000,000 is to ho contributed for homo missions, foreign missions, Christian eduea Hon and ministerial relief, Sabbath- school extension, nnd Hihlo cause. Statistics show that already tho Southern Presbyterian Church probably leads all denominations in tho ment Is under way In the parts of Itussln controlled by the soviet govern, ment. It Is led by the "Independent communistic" party, and Its first efforts ure directed toward breaking up the bolshevik army, by desertion If necessary. Itusshius there aro bitterly attacking the policy that Is being followed by the American expedition, nnd are accusing the Yankees of being the friends of tho bolshevlkl. The antagonism Is fostered by several newspapers which aro njlddle-of-tho-roa- d Unpleasant stories ure coming from Vladivostok to the effect that the Tho Korean Independence movement. reality n peaceful revolt, Is uttrnct-In- g much attention und giving Japan considerable concern. The Japanese hnve arrested a good many Koreans, and with them some American missionary women, according to press dispatches. No official stories of these occurrences having been received In Washington, tho stato department cabled tho American ambassador In Tokyo to Investigate tho reports. Tho Japanese, It Is said, charge the Americans with teaching the Koreans tho doctrines of liberty and personal rights. In said to have been subsidized by some Berea, Kentucky per capita contributions to church bcnovolcnccs, and reports dial aro coming in largo numbers daily lo tho olllco of tho director ft'outh in Tho German government was reported to be facing a new political crisis, with the prospect that Scheldomunn would lie forced to relinquish the chancellorship. Tho split between tho majority socialists and tho Independent socialists wus becoming wider. When the Independents demanded tho repeul of murtlul law In Berlin Wolfgang llelne Prussian minister Ql ilia- - Japanese agencies. Tho Amerlcuus In Siberia aro scheduled for return In the spring. Just why tho Yankee troopj should fight the bolshevlkl In north Itusslu und not In Siberia Is not discernible ut this distance. Directly connected with tho strained relations In Siberia Is the row In Tien Tsln, where Japanese troops and police made what is declared to have been un unprovoked attack on American olllcliils and soldiers. Washington may demand an upology and reparation from Tokyo. Of great scientific Interest was tho announcement last Wednesday that wireless telephony hud been established between Ireland anil Canada, and between- New Jersey and Hrest, France. Authorities agreed that for the present, at least, this means of communication will be one of the luxuries and that it will not supplant wireless telegraphy across the ocean. - Meanwhile, true to their program of railways are essential freeing tho proletariat of the entire Other loans will followwar Industries. as rapidly as world, the Lcnlue-Trotzkcrowd are they can be arranged. uctJyQ la lands, fur. quart, liicrees!n!x. y Director General Htnes hus pulled tho railroads out of the financial hole for the time being by borrowing $r0, 000,000 from the wur flnanco corpora tlon, which takes the stand that the Pago Six TUB Cll'lA Marcli 27, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy, , FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking-- Cooking, HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science PAPER WRITTEN FOR SANI- PAPER WRITTEN FOR SANI- TATiON CLASS, MARCH, 1919 T ATI ON CLASS, MACRH, 1919 NOTICE TO BOYS AND GIRLS Ln9t year Kentucky had more Mhan 0,000 hoys and girls in tho Agricultural Club work. This year w arc hoping to reach tj,000 10 10,000.' Hoys and girls from 10 to 18 years of age can Join tho club and raiso any kind of crop or animal that they desire. The requirements are: study tho lessons, furnished by tho county agent, keep a record book and take tho Ilnal examination in tho fan. Each club member receives tbreo grades, one on agricultural practice, which is their work, and ono on their record book and ono on their examination, ir the general average is 70 per cent or above the club member will bo given a issued by the Stale College of Agriculture showing that they havo completed a year's work. , This certillcato entitles tho holder to one-ha- lf unit in High School work. Tho club work is a splendid opportunity for the boys and girls in many ways. They get information from tho State College of Agriculture and from the Department or Agriculture at Washington thru the county agent and at the same time they nro given credit in their school work for the work they do through the summer. ccr-lillc- doner will use either of these tools In keep tho surface of the ground stirred, at all times, tho molslilfe cannot escape into tho air. Watering tho land with implements is the rheapejt type of watering known. Just try it. Call and see Mr. on Center street, Herea, Ky amriio will givo you in more tho result or cultivating Ihc garden. FIRST SPRING MEETING OF YOUNG money-earnin- g PEOPLE erea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Cnd-dingl- on do-ta- ils Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School FARMERS OF SOUTHERN MADISON COUNTY the Boys and Girls in Southern Madison, Northern Jackson and Rockcastle Counties The boys and girls who wish to become members of the above mentioned agricultural club should send their names and addresses to County Agent Spencc, Berea, Ky. Record hooks, bulletins nnd other information will he sent immediately on request. All who wish to become members should get their names in as soon as possible. To GET GARDEN READY Tho farmers of southern Madison county will "lie nildressed by some special speakers Saturday afternoon at two o'clock in tint Herea Hank Trust Huilding. This is a special a meeting for n special purpose Hoard of Agricultural Directors wt'l be elected ror southern Madison county. Farmers from every sec tion are invited to ho present. They are also required to bring at least four of their neighbors along with them. All farmers who are interested in fertilizer arc also invited tn he pros ent at this meeting. This subject will bo taken un in detail. Tho farmers who are interested in sav ing money in buying fertilizers this spring arc invited. In short the rarmers are all urged to be at this meeting. No other meeting or its kind this spring. THE ECONOMICAL QUESTION General Education for those not rar advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement. Flies The fly Is man's worst pest, nnd more dangerous than wild beasts nnd rattlesnakes. There is nothing loo flltliy nnd dirty for him nnd there Is nothing too clean nnd spotless but what ho dares crawl upon. The fly goes everywhere, he goes lo the manure of the barns nnd lo I lie garbage ran, nnd to Mllli in any place he can llml II, then lie is ready lo visit yon. He bathes crawls on the mi Ihe buttermilk, liri'td a fid polishes himself on tho out-bnu- es. Some people gay, "swat the fly," Is like locking' tho slahln nfter (ho horse is stolen. Tho right thing lo do is to swat thc egg. Tho places whero flics hut that bulter. I) vmi know where the flies in your home come from? I should t'- ess not. It would be almost xiiifc the II v does not Vny in one place very long. Yet they travel more in open nir country limn in the more thickly settled In a thickly settled region the nvernce distance Ihe fly Hie is mile, yet 770 yards diout have been noled when part of the wav was across open air country. I .el us look. at tlm II v from the standpoint of health. Why should we be afraid of the fly? Hecaus" he .visits the sick room where there cases of typhoid fever, tuberculosis, and summi'r complaint, nnd we do not know what time he is aoinc In call on us nnd bestow upon in these dreaded diseases. We may sometimes think that Ihe fly Is too mail a creat"re to carry to tis dis-euHint will kill n. but if we do vt mrtainlv have the wrong Idea n mind The fly killed more American soldiers In the. Spanish-AmericWar than the bullets of tho ".nanlnrds. If we- will notice we can eo I hat there ,aro more caios ot tvnhold fever whore there are more flies flies, nnd there are most where there is mosT tilth. Ho you think that if you had an enemv whom you knew would kill vnu ir ho had the opportunity that vnu would sit down and close your evo.s nnd say "Como on and kill mo 'fjviHi like, I can't take time lo kill 'M or get out or your way?'' I don't "link you would. Now the fly I 'iil ns (Lineerous an enemy and it s nifr duly to get rid or him as non n possible. II doesn't matter n much how we kill the fly just so we kill him. Clara M. Terrell. Information obtained from: The eientille Monthly! 1915, and The Hume Nurses' Handbook ol Practical Nursing, by Charlotte A Alkens. im-..iiii re-io- n. one-four- th 3rd Door-- r Berea'f Englisl Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going It also Rivet thru Collego and desire more general education. the best general education for tboso who wish a good start in "study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso who expect to'. teach. Courses are so arranged that ycung people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend sahool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School.' 5th Door This is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Courst straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. ti 6th Door This A Berea College the crown of is the whole Institution, and provides standard subjects. courses twenty-flv- o in all advanced es Spring is hero and gardens should be gotten ready. If manure was scattered last fall, tho gardener will bo that much farther along with his work. At this time of the year only thoroughly well rotted manure should bo applied. Outside of .the Bluegrass of the Starfe, 100 pounds of acid phosphate should he used with eachyton or manure. Where sufficient manure is not availablo 300 to 500 pounds or IG per cent acid phosphate per aero should ho added. Potash is nod included in the above priced . fertilizer as it is too high and scarco to use. Extra early vegetables can bo planted as soon as tho ground can ho put in perfect condition. Kale, kohlrabi, leeks, leaf lettuce, peas, (smooth seeded varieties), Irish potatoes, radishes, spinach, .and turnips may ho planted at once. An early planting of these vegetables will givo tho farmer an extra early carden. Besides most or these veg etables do much better when plant ed quite early. Get the garden ready now. "The Homo Vegetable Garden," Circular No. 07, is full of pardon hints. Tho Collego or Agriculture at Lexington will send it to nnyono who writes ror it, or you can call on your county agent for a copy. GET BUG GUN READY If we are a part or a society or nations and are to assume a great share or responsibility ror the reed ing and care or the underfed world acres, can we in the go on utilizing millions of tho most productive acres in America to grow nicotine weeds? Those same acres would produce food crops sufficient to Teed all those tor whom wo have responsibility. Wo cannot expect enough rood without adding to our acreage, and to wast necessary acreage will auto matically inflate the prices or our own daily bread. ve ng Temporary Raise in Board is torccd by years the board has remained tho unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible ror us to live on the same money by the term, iffard by the half term, v war conditions. For same in Berea, but the llnds itself now makes as we have in the past an PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental lee and room rent Installments are as follows: ACAIIKM1 AN II MlHMAl - Expenses for Boys Incidental Feo Room ' VOCA1 JON A L AND rtjt'NDATION SCHOOL!. 5 r.00 $ 0.00 5.00 5.00 11.25 COt.l.rO 7.00 5.00 Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 20, 1019 ... Board, 5 weeks, due April 30.. Total for Term Incidental Feo Room It .25 21.25 11.25 532.50 llio 23.25 11.25 22.25 11.23- - ALWAYS BUY THE BEST 55O50 S ' ?3 1.50 In buying an incubator as in buying an automobile, quality and workmanship should be tho main Tho cheapest ma consideration. chine is always tho costliest in the long run. Buy ono o! the standard makes that liavo stood the test or time. Get a large number or cat alogs and study them carefully. In making a selection divido the cost by tho egg capacity and then com paro tho machines on tho cost per egg. SIRE IS HALF OF HERD The siro is really hair or the herd Expenses for Girls ? breed aro always damp, warm, and capable of developing bacteria. Tho eggs develop in (I) outdoor loilcU; manure piles; CP garbage cans; (T dish water thrown in tho same place for a long time, or In nny kind or decaying organic matter, Somelitnett one lly will lay as many as 300 eggs In ono day. Tho fly egg develops Into n maggot In s. Thoso maggots will probably remain in tho placo tliey aro for three or four days, ahd usually develop into a fly which will lay eggs in one week. For every fly killed In April 'and May there will be ten thousand less in June nnd a million less In July. If nil the money spent for screens was spent on destroying fly eggs, there would he no use in having fly "creens which keep out the nico summer breezes. The remedy tor destroying tho eggs is tho ordinnry borax. Apply pounds or borax lo eight or manure Immediately" bushels nfter It is removed from tho barn, and when the borax comes In con- tact with the eggs it will provent them hatching. Knch timo fresh manure is added there should n more borax added, as a lly egg will hatch in one day. All garbage cans and hrM-dinplaces should be (rented in tho same way. The manure has been tested with many other chemicals ns kerosene iiotnssium cyanide, formaldehyde, copper sulphate, paris green, nnd lime, hut the borax has proven to he the best, as somo or tho other chemicals cause tho manure or tilth to be Injurious to plants ns a fertilizer, hut the borax makes the manure moro heuellcial to plants as it prevents the manure burning. Delia Bilbrey. Sources ot Information: Scientific American, Literary Digest, Nursing Iwenly-tourjiotirK-- Book. Only American Flag. 5.00 5.00 0.00 5.00 10.00 10.00 Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 20. 1919 .. . 20.00 Board, 5 weeks', due April 30.. 10.00 5.00 IOjM - 21.00 10.00 5.11.00 22.0d . 10.00 Total for Term '530.00 '532.00 This does not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incjdental Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brief course) Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' use of instrument Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. 511.00 11.00 There are flags mode of red, whit and blue stripes, hut the American flag litis not only the stripes ramie In certain proportions, and number, hut the slurs ns well arranged iimn n blue In n cerfield In certain proportion tain order. No one should mistake such hunting for the Amerlrnn ling. 'ill FeeBusiness WtHtrr $12.00 12.00 Y. W. C. A. Industrial Courses in Buenos Aires -- . t when both sire and dam are pur bred. But where a pure bred sire-is- used on a scrub herd, he become moro than half tho herd because all hlood lino improvement must come through him. 7.00 6.00 9.00 0.00 10.00 10.00 6.00 fern mmsM - -- .iza&i 10-5- 7.50 5.00 7.00 Get your spray pump out, go over it carefully, thoroughly cleaning and oiling it. In caso any repairs aro needed order them at once. When tho tlmo comes to spray, the work, must bo done at that timo as dolays aro indeed very cosily. Go over your list of spray materials and seo that you havo a sufficient quantity o! arsenato or lead and limo and sulphur on hand. As tho aphis havo been troublesome the past two or threo years, it Is well to havo on band somo Black Lear !0. Writo to tho county agent and ask for a spray calendar ir you want to know bow lo preparo spray mix- tures. DISCUSS BEEKEEPING with your Beekeepers, county Agricultural Agent In get-litogether tho beekeepers in a meeting tor tlft purpose or torming In such n beekeepers organization. meetings tho condition of the honoy flows, best method in management ndapled lo your locality and nature or boo diseases can bo discussed. There will bo a beekeepers' meeting at Berea sometimo in April. An organization will bo tormed by tho beekeepers at this meeting. Watch Tho Citizen tor tho dalo or meeting. A State beo specialist will bo present lo help torm tho organization and discuss beo questions. ng WATER WITH HARROW Tho garden or field which Is wat-orwith a harrow or rako, will withstand a great deal of dry woalher. U llio farmer or tho gar- od the cauliflower, early celery, early young man or young' woman can get an education Any cabbage and early tomato plants in at Berea if there is tho will to do so. the hotbed by tho first or March. If it is- - impossible for any young man or young woman to bu CINCINNATI MARKET8. in school tho toll year, by all means they tnould enter tor a course during tho winter and spring terms. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white ?t.(KJ1.0J, No. 3 The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers An American Y. W. C. A. secretary teaching South American girls while $1.00 1.02, No. 2 yellow tl,K advanced pupils should not be idle through tho long winter ;t and 1.0.1, No. 2 mixed who have been forced Into Induitry during the war to become laundresses. JH.OO1.02, No. mixed .$1..1Sfll.GO. white ear $1..V0 months but should be studying in Herea where tho best education can " 1..17, yellow ear si.5O01.riS. be gotten tor least money. A NEGRO WHO "DOESN'T EAT moro than his share toward securSound liny Timothy, per ton S.TJ.75 Applicants must bring or send a testimonial "showing that they are COTTON" 034.7.1, nnd sound clover mixed $.H.r0 ing them. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. Thii may bi S3M, sound clover J'JSO.'IO. "What you doin' so much tor?" At tho annual Farmers' ConferOata No. 2 white 7070Hc, stand signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable somo one asked at last. ence at Tuskegoo Institute prosperand white li!IVJf?"Oc, No. .1 white C'Jff teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. The farmer scratched his head a ous Negroes nro called to tho platCOHc. No. 2 mixed CajJCUe. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, form to tell how they dug success minute, and faced tho crowd with Butter, Eggs and Poultry. from their fields. Having told their a grin: "1 own my land," ho said; MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Htitter Whole milk creamery extras story they must meet a lire or ques- "hut I'vo got u boy, too. If he's 03c, centralized creamery extras CI Vie, first C7'4c. tioning on whatever lino tho ques- taught right, ho'll know how to work, nnd whnt good work can do fill red brick' not always, of courne, tioners elect. Kegs Prime llrsts 37V4c, firsts 37c, EACH HAS INDIVIDUAL COLOR ordinary tlrrt 30V4c. One strnpjrlng fanner had Just for him. I can leave him my rami, but often enough to establish tho color Live Poultry Hrollers, under 2 lbs, Cities by No Means Alike In Hues of red brick as the city's predominat- explained how Dr. llradtord Knnpp's and he'll make it pay. Hut ir ho ing hue. And with the redbrick farming plan panned out tor him. can't gel a good school to go to, ho'll 48c j fryer, 2 lbs and over. .'18c ; roast-In- g Which Attract the Eye of house particularly the older ones-- go Ho chickens, over 2 lbs, 3.1c: fowls, 5 had produced family supplies in grow uii a tool, an' marry another the Traveler. lbs and over, 32c: do, under 5 lbs, clean white inurblo steps, on the one, An him un' his Wife an' a 32c; do, roosters, 22c. bottom one of which, nt tho side, may abundance tor tho entire year "Have you ever noticed how cities usually lit! found an pork, vegetables, corn, eggs, chick- raft or children, tike enough will Iron Live Stock. sometimes seem to havo their Wn specome set down on mo to supCattle Shippers $1.1010.2.1, choice cial colors?" nsks Julian Street In semper,' doubtless left over from the ens, milk and butter, and had sold port und 'em. Ono way or the other $12014, common to fair $7011..1O; "Ainerlcun Adventures," tho hook In time (not very long ak'o) when the tho surplus or these commodities city pavements hud not reached their tor more thun enough to meet all that boy'll get everything I've- got; heifers, extra $l:tf K jcood to choice Wallace .Morgan $1111.TO, common to fair S0..10O which ho nnd irresent excellence." other needs, ".Mo ami my talks," ho un' I don't want him to get it by In words and pictures, what 10; cows, extra $10fi).12, good to choice Is tho most picturesque part declared, "llvo well every day in tho him an' mo both heiu' fools. That's they think $1)010, common to fair $5.7508.50. of our couutry the South. year;" nnd ho looked it. His cotton why I put my monoy into a school." CalvcH Kxtru $10.50017, fair to A young man, having broken an crop, which netted 91,200, ho had "Purls U white and green cvn good $1.101O..V), common and large $7 Washington." appointment with Doctor Franklin, put in tho hank, "Wo don't cat more so, I think, thun 012. Balsam Qum. Mr. Street continues. camo to him tho tallowing day and cotton nt at my house," ho said; "wo Hogs heavy Selected shippers Tho gum of thu balsam fir, Abies "Chlcngo Is gruy ; no Is Ix)ndon usu- mado n very handsome np'blogy for S10.SO, medium and mixed packer bank it." Imlsumea, Is known commercially as though I havo seen It buff at the $ll)..r0, stags $10011.30, common to ally, his absence. Ho was proceeding, "What sort 'o school you got?" Canada balsuui, ami is lurgely used In cholco heavy fnt sows $12017.25, light beginning of n heavy fog. New York when the doctor stopped him with, tho manufacture of opt leu Instruasked ono of tho crowd. snippers $17018.50, plus (110 lbs uud used to be a brown suudstono city, "My good boy, say no moro; you ments nnd In vurlous other ways about I CBS) A good school, it appeared. Quesbut Is now turning to ono of MICHO. brick und tile; Nuples Is bril- havo said too much already; for tho tions showed that a good houso, a scientific laboratories. There Is u constant murket for it, the price varying Consldcrato littlo girl: "Please, Mr. liant with pink and blue und green man who is so good nt making an trained teacher and a lengthened with tho quutlty und tho supply. Some Keeper, will it hurt tho elephant if and white uhd yellow; while us for oxcuso is seldom good at anything term were provided, and that tho timo ago u fair quality wus worth .0 I givo him a currant out of my Hultlmore, her old houses nnd her olso." man who didn't cat cotton had dono cents per pound. new are, ns liue.kkec. C'M ttjBfr''yC bun?" able-bodied 1 cream-colore- 1.50 1.80 2.10 PREPARE THAT HOTBED In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Now is the lime to prepare your manure, alhotbed, putting in tho All students do some work with their hands from six to sixlowing it to heat and cool down for teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printa few days before planting any ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which seeds. You can sow the seed of reduces their expenses. 1 - - Mnrrh 27, 101 it. I'ago Sovaa 21 01 .1 F.MI iBIiBIBIBHIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBHiBIBBilBIBIB&BlBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBH lil- - Back of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company is the history of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate, whose officers and directors are largely the same gentlemen and that company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 per cent in January and 3 per cent in February. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company has been organized to do just what the other company is doing but on a larger scale. Tremendous Profits In Lead and Zinc There is a1 vast empire, of lead and zinc wealth in the Ozark Mountains so great that Missouri leads all other states! It has the largest lead and zinc district of the world. The holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company are at Mansfield, where the Mother Lode of this greatest of all districts comes nearest the surface. Iff " p Four Tracts Of Forty Acres Each One of these tracts is immediately between the mill of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate and the Red Bird Mill of W.E. Caldwell. Two test holes ( have already been drilled on this "tract with excellent results and another is now being drilled. Work is to start on the sinking of our first shaft at once. The. price should advance just as soon as the mineral is reached in this first shaft. 40-ac- re Loulivllle Miniflfld Lead A Zinc Co. Inc. 40 Starka Duildlnr. Louisville. Ky. I am Interested In your proposition and would be Clad to make eh investigation without obllratlon or. my part Kindly send me coplea.of your booklet and est Information. full- Shares Now Selling At One Dollar Capital Stock $500,000.00 Over $200,000 Already Sold -- mt VkMiSHiHH soy p City and Main 2154- - 11 m " T. M. CRUTCHKR, Prwidtiit. i . ifi r -- m - W. E. NEW BOLD, NAT. C CUKETON, Secretary. T. T. BEELER, Vkt PvttHtmU DIRECTORS: J. C. Mahoa, Nut. C CurcteM, T. M. Cratcker, W. E. NewbeM mmI T. T. Btthr. TreaMrr. IS 1. H V. KfjSK EES ir.'4.- rH 3Mtiwll ijyatsiita ,i Paw Klfffct TUB CITIZEN March 27, 1010, LINGOH WANG suro harbingers of abundant fruit orchard and farming Interests. were never more welcome Tho Kverott Bailey, who is In school nj YANKS RETURN brown fields have changed to em- Barhourville, was with tiomcfolks erald under tho mantle of golden over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aussunlight, and lo, spring comes danc- tin Huff of Berea wcro visiting relFROM SIBERIA ing o'er dell and dalo. Our vlcln-If- y atives near Conway last week. was thrown yito consternation William, tho liltlo sou of Mr. and No corrMtxmdf net published ontmi tlrnrd In full br U writer, The nam by a forest, (lro last Friday that Mrs. W. E. Wynn, has been seriousn evident of rood faith. Writ pUlnlr. It not for publlemtlon, but Seventeen Wounded and Sick Sol spread rapidly among the leaves and ly ill with pneumonia, hut Is better. diers From Michigan Ar- - trco tops, under n strong north-ea- st Doctor Carter of Brodhcad Is tho llio Ilovs. Messrs. Hall nnd Red-Bo- wind, and threatened Immense damby JACKSON COUNTY rive at New York. Mrs. 8. P. attending physician. man of Pendleton county, closed last age. The flro brigade, consisting of Caudcll has returned home from tho The beoutifu!, Sunday night. They left for their every man, woman, and child, turn- hospital at Berea. Uond, March . Mr, and Mrs. sunshiny days of spring are hero homes, tho first of this week. Bro-n- ed out with their hoes (not hosc Schumaker wcro the guests of Mr. HAD TO FIGHT RUSSIANS farmers arc making good uso thcr Hall is tho pastor of this cir-- of nnd soon extinguished the trcach-ro- us and Mrs. J. M. Bailey Sunday after. Wheat crops cuit and will move to tho Parsonage them sowing oats. flames by raking away tho noon. Mr. and Mrs. William Owens Declare Antlbolihevlk Forces Object Aco Comb, dead leaves from fences and buildilookMicller than usual at this time in tho near future. wero tho dinner guests of Mr. and to Pretence of American Troops Hay is scarce and selling Hcnso Sizcmorc, Andy Judd, Dock ngs.. of year. T. J. Flancry has been ap- Mrs. Troy Bailey Sunday. Miss Most of Fiahtlng Done With the J. W. Chestnut. McPherson, and George Mainous had pointed Judgo of tho election (to Emma Wynn, who is in school at for lop prices. Temperature AO Delow Zero. hands vote a tax. on good roads) in this Ml. Vernon, was called homo on acworkings week. Tho bookkeeper Tor tho Bond & Foley Lumber Company, has purchased wcro plentiful and claboralo d in- preoinct. Match 29. New York, Mnrch 24. On the Iml--vlll- c. Threo young count of tho illness of her It tin Miss Florenco men, students of Herea College, con brother. nrrlvlng here, were 17 Mtrhlgnn itio Jim York property at' this place, ners wcro served. J. M. Bailey sold hi i M. L. Watson and family wcro Mainous, who Is staying with her ducted a very cfllcicnt prayer scr- - work mules lo J. H. Lambert for soldiers who lind born fighting the on the Archangel front. All gucsts or o. It. Davis ami ramnv sister, .Mrs. m. u. btrong, ai L,cxing - vico jn thig section last Sunday. Sunday-schowill be $325.00. -They wild Misses ton, spent a week with homefolks, UVo scrm ln j)0 a(0pting tho Ger organized at Conway next Sunday, wero Irk or wounded. Saturday and Sfinday. Mr. man niodn of rtillivntion of gar- - Marrh 30, at 2:30 p. m. Everybody most of their fighting wns done with Eliza and Creasy Moore were gnosis and returndo last Thursday. Hie temperature 30 to 10 degrees below of Mrs. Jano York Saturday, Marcn anu .Mrs. intnan .Martin and cnuu- - this season. F.very available spaco invited to come. zero. At time, they said, they had ' 15. Mrs. York is our milliner and ren and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dooloy is being planted and larger acreage to fight niltlhoMievik forres who Rockford spent Sunday with their parents, and greater variety of vegetables to their presence In Itussln. Sunday-scho- ol ,has on hand a variety of women's l.lngoll Wimg, former second secre-tnr- y Roekford, March 21. Mr. have been sown than over known. N. D. Ison, Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson "Red." Kill Educated People. and children's hats. of the Thlne.se legation In Wash. is progressing nicely nt Fair Omxk, Siberia. .Mnrch 21. Whole-wil- e Ington. has heen npimlnted head of !who is working in Harlan county, and Mrs. Charlie Peters and child- - Our representative hi Congress has View with Mr. Shumaker as. supernssnsslnntlons were conducted the Chinese, edurutlonnl mission In the was visiting home folks at this place ren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs sent out a very liberal supply, thcre- - intendent. Mr. and Mrs. James (Lpltnl. lie succeeds Or. T. f. Wonit. Maggie James Wyatt. Mrs. II. I). Ha!c1)y encouraging cultivation of gar Grant have returned homo after an hy the red gunrd In the vllliige of Trols-kSaturday and Sunday. near .Perm, when the bnlshevlkl who wns murdered n few weeks ago. lialdwin is very sick wun pneu- - visuca ner sister, .Mrs. uwen coucn, (en cro,,s prospect for fruit extended visit with their sun. Walk, were driven out of the latter plnce hy The mission hns charge of more than Ths u j.in, is very propitious. monia. ' Mr. ami Mrs. J. w. Davis near uonu lasi wcck. .Misses nai-iDied, March 22, old the Slherlnn nrmy, sny nMclntn of the ii thousand students who nrc educated at Escondida visited relaitves in Pigeon Roost, lie .caco and Hculali Murrell or The farmers are usjng tons of phos- Uncle Taswell Gadd. Ho was a very government. Prnctlcnlly In America on the lluxvr Indemnity Mrs. Tom Hunley is on South Boonovillo spent the week phate and other fertilizers, and back old man and liked by all who knew everybody known to ho educated or re- fund Sunday. the sick list wilh a relapse of the end with relatives at this place and of all there seems to be the most him. Ho was laid lo rest in tho garded ns nn "Intellectual" wn nrrest-e- d nnd either Khot or flu. Ambrose Moore and family attended church at Clifty. necessary element of all indomi- Abnoy graveyard. They havo cut The victims Included stnbbcd to dentil. n lending Cooksburg havo moved to their new home, table energy and perseverance. Snyder out except ono trick in tho PAID nnmed .SouvornlT, n woman BILLION Cooksburg, March 21. S. S. purchased from Dick Shepherd somo Wallaceton operator office. Mr. McNcw is hold- physlclnn nnmed Knlmyknwn, n police limo ago. Mr. Moore was badly Griffin has been very ill with the Hardin ing it down. Wallarelon, March 21. Lee Wren was visit- Justice, the nged sister of n priest, nnd crippled by a car a short time be- tin, but Is reported some better. Kidd has moved in lliri Boain prop- ing his sislrr at Wallaceton Satur- nn employee of the forestry ndmlnls-trntlo- n Collections for First Quarter Towith Ills wife. fore moving back here from Har- Ulysses Singleton, who mado his erly in Wallaceton. Sherman and day and Sunday. Neut Miracle's tal $1,001,244,000. Incidents of this kind nre declared home with D. M. Singleton and sis- Arthur Kidd are homo from Dayton, family all have flu llrst caso for lan county. to he frequeut throughout the dlxtrlct ter, at Or'ando for several years, O. Clay Lick C. B. Guinn has moved to Scy-mosomo timo Mrs. Bristol Taylor occupied hy the bolshevlkl. Admiral Robert and who married Miss Fannie Baker Clay Lick, March 23. James Elkin is homo has been visiting relatives at Kolchnk, the tempornry governor for Returns Indicate Total Income and Ind. and lived in Richmond, in tho cm-pl- from Villa Grove, 111, whero ho has Panola. Gabbard of Big Hill was the guest Profits Taxes (or Year Will De Bill Coylo has returned the Omxk government, nnd of Hie L. & N. railroad, beeamc been making his homo for nbout from over sea. of his uncle, 0. L. Gabbard. of this Over $5,000,000,000. other lending ofllrlnK tolnt out Hint Dill Baker and ill abuot three weeks ago with eighteen years. place last Sunday. the holxhevlkl movement tin Inxt Its Hoy Botkin is in typhoid, I he Robinson Hospital suffering Washington. .Mnrch 21. Collections orlglnnl character nnd hns degenerated wife of Berea were the guests of pneumonia and later with CLARK COUNTY Into wild llrenxe nnd cruelty, trying to from the first qunrterly Installment of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. only living nine days from begin with sciatic rheumatism. Bert exterminate nil those who work with Income nnd profits taxes due lust Satning of the illness. He was a good Guinn and family have moved into Flanagan Louis Botkin. last Saturday night, their tirnln nn ngalnM those who labor urday amounted to 1,001, 24 1.000 In 03 Willford is able to walk around man and was always honest, mak- - the neighborhood from Deputy, Ind. Sam Flanagan, March 21. Robert with their hands, destroying ruthlessly of the (II collection f districts. Internal ing his steps toward the good. He in the house after a long spell of Mrs. George Smith is out again Becrafl, who has been very poorly every vestige of national onler before Itevenue Hoper Commissioner Anglin of leaves a wife and two small chil- after a severe attack of flu. Mrs. for the past live month, is slowly drenmlng of replacing It with, nny kind Clarence sickness. The figure prohnbly will he Increased Wallaccton visited Ted Gabbard last dren, a mother, two brothers, and Mary Guinn is wailing on her bro- improving. Miss Mattic Johnson of system or organization. by Inter returns since some revenue Sunday as Ted was sick with meas- many relatives and friends to ther, Roy Botkin. See Humanity CrurJied. James Guinn from Winchester was visiting hniiin Mr. mourn his loss. We hate to give has moved on the farm purchased folks Saturday and Sunday. les, but is getting along line. Little Is The general verdict In Slherln today collectors have not yet reported their that If humanity does not stamp out final tnhulntlons. and Mrs. James Ogg, Sr. gave the up his company for he was pre- from Hardin Kidd ,'n Wallaceton- Beldon from Richmond is liolMievlsm. bolshevlsm will Russell The tlrst minrterly returns Indlcnto crush hu- cious to us. His last words were: John Wilder has moved to the farm visiting his gradnmother, Mrs. Lucy young people a party last Saturday inanity nnd ever thing that Is Miered that the totnl Income nnd profits taxes night at which there were quite a "I am - going up yonder, meet me purchased from J. H. Ely, and Mr. Beldon. S. B. McClure of this nnd penceful In the world, for holshe for Hie year will be more thnn iney mm mm to rest injK1. nas move(I to Indiana. number. They report a most de- mere.Joe placo was visiting homo folks at vlxm Is regarded ns nn International lightful time. danger and not alone a Itusslnn dan Ted Taylor of this the Uncle Jayel Anglin cemetery all H jn lias rcnte( viiljani Weaver's d nway Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Mary M land and is plowing. place visited friends at Cartersvtllc Brush Creek. We hope to Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mcintosh havo ger. 2,253 YANKS ARRIVE HOME To check the danger of bolshevik last Saturday night. Wo learn Singleton visited her daughter, Mrs. have a good farmers' meeting all returned home afler a week's visit government Mrs. supremacy the wilh regret that Roy Botkin of Mary McGuirc, at Marn's Valley, the week in Wallaceton. with relatives at Clay City. nt Omsk bus cnlled Uon the other po- Transport Louisville Also Brings Sick .The measWallaccton is in the Robinson Hos- Saturday and Sunday. and Wounded Troops From Sallie Thomas from Red House vis- litical groupings nnd governments of Brest. pital at Berea, very bad with rheu- les are in several homes and also ited her sister, Mrs. Nannio Slherln nnd of the territory conquered CLAY COUNTY Good wishes Mrs. Minerva Chrisman whooping cough. matism. L. H. from the holshevlkl to unite with It ono day last week. New York, Mnrch 21. With 2.253 Island City is very sick. Her children from lo The Citizen and all its readers. MrKinzic and W. S. Beldon was In n national attempt tlrst to crush troops the lnmiMirt Ixiulsvllle nrrlved Wo have visiting at Richmond Sunday. Island City, March 21. nnd then to rebuild n Inxt terrolsm Ohio and Michigan are at her bedhere from Ilrest. Ten otIlern nnd ftSfl Ing Itusshi. some new cases of flu here at presMADISON COUNTY A Good Way to Plant Irish side. (enenil Penlklne. who Is operating men enme home sick or wounded. Also ent he families of Kirt Becknell, Harts Potatoes: First select your ground. aboard were 21 wives of soldiers, 27 In the southwest ngnlnxt the bolshe KENTUCKY NEWS Harts, March 2i. Bradley Lakes' John Deaton, and Leo Blake. There .in a place that will hold dampness r wive of sailors nnd a few nnvnl vlkl, Is snld to he vigorously support (Continued rrom Pigs One) nnd men nnd 45 nurses, Orgnnl-ration- s Havc it well drained. A high, slaty, little girl, Nellie, who has been very were services at the new church Ing the Kolrhnk regime, nud Iw the Included four detachments, toor redbud ground seldom does mucn , low with pneumonia fever, is got- - house Sunday, conducted by tho old United States army, who camo for north In the region of Archangel, the nged Tchnlkowsky, the chief of the taling 13 olllcers nnd 825 men of tho gooti in potatoes, rirsi cover your ting along nicely. We think sho Baptists. It bears tho name Provi- a brief visit to both camps. Hundred mid Forty eighth InfanThere were services also General Snow said that it is the Arrhnuuel government, ulso has nn One Thirty-seventground with rotten manure, after will soon bo up again. Our Sunday- dence. try. division (Ohio is progressing plowing it good and deep; then work -school nicely, at the Southern Methodist church, plan of tho War Department to store nounred his allegiance. (iiiard), for Camps Mix, I'pton, the same day, conducted by Brother vast quantities of ordnance and manure in thoroughly. Lay off i with largo attendance. We have one Lewis nnd Howie, nnd surgical units Jews Are Matsacred. The oil men went down a material at Camp Henry Knox. This rows about 3 feet apart. Drop eyes best schools in tho county; Young. io New lork. ItolKhevIk Invasion ol No. 100, 101 nnd 103. Among the or pieces about three in a hill; hilU. largo crowds, good behavior, every depth of 2.000 feet with tho third will include heavy guns, Held artil- L'khilne hns resulted In tiogrtium in more than four hundred casuals well, pronounced it dry and are lery pieces nnd other artillery ma- which thousands of Jews were mnssa aboard wero Cnsunl Compnnle Nos. IVt feet apart; cover about 2V4 ono lakes a part in keeping order inches deep. Hoe soon as up. Cu- Mrs. Isaac Martin, who had flu, Is now talking of moving their drill terial, which is being shipped bacK cred, 0,000 being killed or wounded lo 375 nnd 1,434. Ohio; 370, Texns; 1.122. 700, MiiKsnrhusetts. ltivate twice, about eight days apart hotter. Mrs. Juno Cbyle is also on Kirt Becknell's land, Tho Rev. from Franco in great quantities, and Pnmkurov, according t cable mes Louisiana nnd Delnwnro Ilrenkwuter. Del., Mnrch A. D. Bowman leased his land relay-b- y. can De sage from Copenhagen Zionist bii' 21. The American as soon as arrangements Keep improving from an attack of flu. then hill up, and liner Hnverford, Roy Gadd bought a nico cow and cently for a bonus of $200 for 00 filade much of it will ho -- cut to' renu' wade public by the Zionist orweeds down. gnnitation or America, nunoreos or bringing 2,081 troops from France, days. Tho weather is beautiful. Camp Henry Knox. calf for ?P0. Oscar Lakes has Parrot Jena were killed In Iterdlchcv, Zhito passed the Delnwnro enpes. Among Parrot, March 21. A boy, called moved to Berea, on Prospect street. The people are taking advantage, mir nnd other place, mild the tnev the troops are casuals from Illinois Wallace Hazen Lake, who has. sowing oats and preparing for putMiss Lillian Trueman, State repJohn, was born to Mr. and Mrs. sages, which declared the pogroms nud .Michigan. The Hnverford Is expected to dock nt Ilillndelphlu. Wo havo resentative, will givo a free demonGreen Berry Gabbard on March 14.! been Quite a while in Johnson City, ting out their crops. were Instigated by I'ollh nntl-SEd. Wathcn, who has been serv Tenn, returned home. wero been informed there will be several stration in tho Vocational Chapel. inltes. Wo TRAIN TO RELIEF SIBERIA ing Undo Sam for about eight years, all glad to seo Jim Robinson, ono of drills in operation here this spring, Thursday afternoon nt three o'clock, Formes... Kalter Threatened. is visiting homo folks at this placo our soldier boys, back from Franco trying to find the pool, as they aro Tho subject will be School Lunches. Amerongen. -- Henry Wathen There wna a ittnte of Red Cross Sends Supplies to Sections and wifo have been where ho has been for a 'year. Ho certain it Is hero. They found oil This scries of talks under tho ausof Omsk and Its VI. out on a ten days' furlough, visiting can tell us wonderful things about in all three wolls developed hero pices of the Clio'and Progress Clubs extreme, alertness nround tho Von clnlty. hut claim only ono of them is a pay- havo been very well .attended and Itentlnrk caitlu In consequence of the country whero ho has been. his father and other relatives at tho receipt by the former Uvnunn Kmperor drill-er- g Sunday-b- y ing well. From tho move the it is hoped Hint a largo crowd will this place. attended A son, James Stanley! Mrs. Hackett 21. Heavily Vladivostok, March of two violently threatening letters aro making at present proves he present. name, arrived at the homo of ' school at this placo Sunday. Jim ono emanating from Amsterdam unJ Inden with supplies of many kinds, Hps south of Mr. and Mrs. Pheo Hillard on tho Barrett's folks, who havo had flu, they believe tho pool American Hed Cross relief trnln No. 7 the other from the Ilelgan frontier Si17th o'f March. Kentucky is lending its assistance and also a telegram from a friend, left Vlndlvostok for Lester Hill is at homo paying well, the well they first Wo fear that the' are better. Tho Rev. A. D. Bowman to tho Federal Department of warning him of menacing petit. All beria. Tho trnln will push through cool nights wo havo had havo killed with his mother for a few days, drilled. tho peaches in this part of tho looking after business. Bradloy will preach at Gray Hawk Saturday in its campaign for tho the Dutch gendarmes watching over to tho specially newly section of Oms welfare were kept nnd vicinity, distributing clothing nniT' night and Sunday of tho foairth elimination of dogs and the acqui-sio- n tho county. Tho Rev. Pearl Hacker and Ella Lnke attended church at on duty, Instead of half their number medical supplies through n country preached at Letter Box last Sat- - Macedonia Sunday. Everybody is which will bo his first trip to of sheep, it was learned at tho being allowed their accustomed rest. which hns heen stripped of necessaries urday night and Sunday. Born farming, preparing for another crop, that placo on account of tho epi- Uureaii of Animal Industry In by yenrs of wnr nnd revolution. The Wo to Mr. and Mrs. Buck Cunagim on J. W. Lake is not, very well at demic of Spanish influenza. sub- Washington, recently. Hecognltlon Mexican Bandlta Slain In 8klrmlth. trnln Is In charge of J. It. Helfsnlder claim now is a flno limo to present. Ho has rheumatism. tho 18th a boy, named Russell. of tho work that Is being accomMarfu, Txa. Troops of the Klghth of tho American lied Cross staff, who scribe for The Citizen as ils pages plished in the Illuegrnss Stalo along United States Cavalry, under Cnptnln halls from Japan. A notnblo part of Clayborn Hundley sold a nico heifer Blue Lick news this lino will bo contained in an Kloepfer, returned from a pursuit Its personnel Is made up of Itrlttsh to Sam Nelson for $55. Mrs.' Bluo Lick. March 25. Tho last keep up with tho current who bnve been taken Into Rachel Prico and son, Dee, visited week in March seems to establish which keep us well informed of article that will bo published in a across tho border of Mexican bandlti, nurses American lied Cross what is going on. Call on Brother coming Issuo of tho Department of bringing with them V!3 cattle and two arrangement with thoservice through her daughter, Lucy, of Middlofork without contradiction tho advent of British. which had been driven from last Saturday night. Adam Price, spring. Tho pessimist, howover, Bowman; ho will gladly 'assist In Agriculturo'a weekly news bulletin. hnre hy the raider. Captain KloepNpunez who has had rheumatism, is ablo fears that sho is advancing too sending in your subscription) fer reported thut be had orertaken the PLANES SENT FOR SEA FLIGHT to bo out again. A bulletin of tho oxtcnslon derapidly for tho safety of tho buds Mexicans 18 miles south of Ituldosu ROCKCASTLE COUNTY partment of tho University of Ken- anil that five of (hem had been killed and blossoms. Tho daffodils and Machines and Airmen to Navlgata Conway tucky wns sent to tho printer Mon- during the resulting skirmish. Non Two OWSLEY COUNTY hyacinths with their pennants of Them Across Ocean Are on Vyay Conway, .March 21 Wo aro hav- day containing tho plans of tho Uni- of tho Americans wns hurt. Scoville yellow nnd lavender nover appear to St John From Liverpool. Scovillo, March 20. Tho two ed moro lovely. Tho orchards ing nico weather now and tho farm- versity with regard to extension C. D. weeks' revlvaj at Clifty, conducted faintly tinged with pink and green ers aro busy plowing. workj information on tho correSt. Johns. N. F March 21. Tho A WORD TO CORRESPONDENTS has just returned from tho spondence courses to ho installed Why not boost for moro Citizen steamer Dlghy left Liverpool for this city, wluo ho has been buying his next term, nnd a list of speakers subscribers in your community? port, bringing two airplanes and airspring goods. Mr. Tink from Ohio from tho University avnilablo ror Arrange for a public gathering in men to navigate them on the proposed transatlantic night. Tho Dlgby Is exIs in Conway looking after his commencement addresses. sumo church or sohool houso, then pected to arrive hem In about ten ask the manager or Tho Citizen days, to attend. Ho will gladly assist A of you In any way to get moro subSinn Felner Refused Passports. Dublin, Murcb 24. Father O'Flan-agnscribers, t Ha of Roscommon, vice presldeut ol Returns to its before-the-wtho Sinn Fein society, has been notimWMTEfcCf. fied that the Itrlttsh foreign olllco hai high standard of quality declined to Issuo passports for him to Liberal assortment proceed to America. Itvas tho purMTHSJ aURK QKOVVINJQ KIMD" ad full vilua pose of Father O'Flunagun to proceed They produoo better crop. Your first sowtutf yon. AnkyourdoUer. Will oouvlow to the United States on behalf of th raw uilt) lOUIsjViLLB SKIN ee.MorMrM4 LeuiivikLS, nr. Etna Felncra. ealuiiy nviwjtMJi Hides and Boat SUM East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else nd nd 1 ol y, of JAXES re, oy n ! $4,000,-(XX),0O- ie, offl-ce- h of-U- -- Agri-rultti- ro ' ' go No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar lllfH rUld Satisfaction causa Sowed n Once Tried" Always Used