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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 3, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919040301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 3, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 13 El? E A (.OLLETtE tXJMP Knowledge is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. BEREA Rntrtd dot PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. Q. FROST. Editor at limit, XV., iu undtr Act of Martk, lift. uWUW Krtrt ThtmJay at lUna, K. nt tht Fottaflt r, Vol. XX. Fivo Cents Por Copy. Qrt.fr? to tine interests of tlie JOTJLnta.in. People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 3, 1010. The citizen Kentucky News " or One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 10. The League of Nations Everybody who prays is praying that a League of Nations may be secured. It is a new thing and some people are always afraid of that which is new. Let us remember that the United States was a new thing, and people opposed the adoption of our Federal Constitution by just the same arguments .as are being brought against this League of Nations. Now there are a great many difficulties in the way rof the League. It is a wonderful thing that we have so ' large a group of nations actually discussing the matter. If this League fails it may take a hundred years to bring the world so near a league for peace as we now are. Pray for the League of Nations. U. S. News KOLCHAK'S ARMY World News Tho delay in tho completion of tha peaco treaty is receiving much comment at present. Serious consequences aro forecast in caso of extended delay. Efforts havo been mado to placo tho responsibility on ono or the oilier of tho countries. President Wilson denies thechargo that tho League of Nations is holding things back, as tho work of that commission was ono of tho first lo bo finished. Tho altitudo of Franco on tho matter of reparation Is tho, most serious reason for delay lo all appearances. News There are actually a good many people who learn to read and then forget I The trouble is they do not know how to get news Such folks will, of course, never out of the newspaper. know how much they are losing. The boy or girl, the man or woman, who reads gets acquainted with the big He knows what is happening all men of the country. over the world. Me talks much of the improvements in agriculture and housekeeping and everything else as they come along. The way to prosper and the way to share the great happiness of life is to take a newspaper and read it. High Prices The prices of things we buy are still pretty nearly the war basis. There is no doubt but what some on things which were made during the war will have to be sold for less than cost so that the makers will lose, but they must remember that they made a great deal of money while the war was going on! On the other hand, we who buy have one way in which we may be sure to bring clown high prices. That is by refusing to buy until they do come down. Let us wear our old clothes and go without the things we do not actually need, and save our money for the War Loan or for Government Stamps. Of course this does not mean that we- should not buy the. things we actually do need. We must have seed this spring and the best seed, and we must keep our teams in good working order no matter what it costs. - United Stoics News Charles P. Weaver, ol Form lands in tho United Slates Louisville, becamo superintendent of tho House of Ilcform at Grccndalu are steadily increasing in value. Tho Department of Agriculture reports April 1. tho nverage grado of plow lands was Jossamino county Is tho only worth about $71.31 per acre on counly In the slate, so far reporting, March 1 this year, compared with in whose assessment the Stato Tax $08.38 a year ago, $02.17 two years Commission ordered a reduction. ago' and $58.39 Ihreo years ago. The commission ordered $800,000 All meat packers wero released lopped off. from Food Administration control, Every part of tho Stale will bo under a proclamation signed by asked lo participate in raising tho President Wilson at Paris, effective fund. This is an expansion of tho April I, "all persons, ilrms, corpora-lion- s or associations engaged in plnn taken up last week looking to the erection of n memorial building importing, manufacturing, including for the university students who lost packing, storing or distribution ot fresh, canned or cured beef, pork, their lives. mutton or lard," aro released from The Unlversify of Kentucky Bdard licqnso by tho Food Administration. of Trustees authorized President F. Debs, under sentence to L. McVey lo look into the feasibilservo ten years in Federal prison ity of a plan to erect a memorial building at the uni- for violation of the espionage act, versity in honor of nil Kcnluckians and whoso senlence was recently who wore killed or died in army upheld by the United Slates Supreme Court, was barred by Mayor Cornell service during the war. Schrleber from making a public Schrfol days are to return for prac- address in Toledo, March 30, in tically 7t per cent, of the officers Memorial Hall, a building owned by at Camp Zachary'Taylor. Telegraph- tho city. ic orders wero received from the authorities aro War Department by llrlg. General Kctcham, Commanding General ot predicting that 1019, 1920, and 1021 tho camp, to establish at once a will provo the greatest in tho j school for all officers of tho line. country's history in the matter of road construction. In view of tho appropriations of At at meeting of tho Madison unprecedented County Hoard of Education it was funds for Federal aid for road prodecided lo consolidate the Speed- jects and tho activities of tho well and Crooksville schools, and building programs the prediction EEATS RUSS REDS Bolshcviki Defeated on the Ural Front and Driven From Town of Ufa. PRISONERS ARE TAKEN 5,000 i, Hoad-buildi- FRENCH TROOPS ENTERING Various places have been suggcsl-c- d as suitable locations for tho scat Ionilon, March 31. Admiral- nrmj continues to defeat the of the Leaguo of Nations. Tho l iiotshcvlkl, according to delayed Hague is perhaps the bc3t equipped advices received from Omsk. The for the immediato services, of any advanced M) miles and mentioned. Brussels is another city oolc fi.000 prisoners on the Ural front. on tho list. Home has many advoUfa was taken March 18. cates but is not likely to be chosen. Reds R pulsed With Losses. Archangel, March 31. Artillery of Constantinople is too far distant for the allies was not he In tht vicinity of convenience. The Swiss city of Genthe village nf Holsholu Ozera, hut the eva seems thus far to meet with cloudy weather hindered the work of most approval and may secure the (lie aviators who were observing the necessary votes. effects of the cnnnomide. In the meantime the allies' forces holding the road The spread of the Bolshcviki inon both sides of the town were In strengthening their position. fluence has been a disturbing fact A small Infantry attack was made on during the week. It is well known tho allies' position on the Vega front that the Russian leaders aim at a Wednesday. In spite of a bombard world influence and not a Russian inent which preceded the attack, the society alone. Tho effect of Ibis bolshevik I were repulsed and lost heav- may naturally bo expected to givo ily. The allies suffered only two casaid lo the plan of an international ualties. ' . league to meet and offset the radiAllies In Critical Position. The ideals of tho Paris, March 31. The situation for cal program. the allies at Odessa Is still critical, Congress at Paris, if sot against tho according to the Inst advlces. The ideals of Moscow, will prevail in tho end. As Mr. Hughes well says, Bolshevism will have its run but can RHENISH BAVARIA never become established because it is intrinsically wrong. Kol-bilk'- s olll-la- Allies Continue to Bombard Enemy In Vicinity of Bolshola Ozera Lenlne't Forces Repulsed With Heavy Losses. Madison County's Mistake The United States Government has made a wonderful overture to the counties, agreeing to give a large amount of money out of the Government Treasury for the improvement of roads to all those counties which would Beside this the State tax themselves for this purpose. Considerable notice has been taken during the week of a spirit of independence that seems to be asserting itself in Germany as tho terms of treaty are delayed. Somo good authorities even declare that Germany may refuso to accept tho forms, when mado and trust to tho inability of the allies lo forco her. General Foch is seeking lo put at rest any such suspicions by saying, that if Germany refuses the lcrm3 Hint are offered her now the next treaty will be made in Berlin. There seems to bo somo ground for tho suspicion that tho Japanese are seeking a foothold in Southern California. It has become known that land companies have sold pieces of land to Japaneso colonists. The Mexican minister, however, denies that there can bo any cauf o for anxiety on the part of the United Stales. It is maintained that the new Mexican constitution has provisions that make it impossiblo for foreigners to hold more than a limited amount of land. A new situation has just arisen in Central America. The states of Honduras and Salvador aro considering a union. Such an act would make a larger and stronger state, and would place Guatemala between this larger Central American stato and Mexico. Guatemala was ono of tho first of all the Latin American stales to join tho United States in tho recent war against Germany and wo would not desiro lo seo her suffer any injury, especially as her ido-a- ls aro liberal and promiso much for tho future. County Superintendent B. F. Ed- appears lo bo fully justified. wards was authorized to advertise Ksteban Cantu, Governor of.Lowcr sumo friendly editor causes her lo for bids for tho erection of a CONTENTS (ho purpose. California, issued a statement that blush with pleasuro when ho prinls suitable building for be had no knowledgo whatever of PAGE 1. Edltorinls: The Leaguo of a stick-fu- ll of her Valedictory essay. Citizens of .Midway and vicinity tho alleged pending salo of Lower Nntions; News; High Prices; She puis that little clipping away petitioned the Stato Railroad California land by tho California-Mexic- o Madison County's Mistake. in the family Ilihlo "for keeps," havo Commission for resumption of tho Land & Catllo Company to U. S. News; KenWorld News; and then some. former servico of tho Southern to a,Japaneso syndicato except what ho tucky News. The Friend of Every Family PACE 2. School iNews. Y. M. C. A. Then comes tho greatest day her and from Versailles, tho Woodford had gained from press reports. county seat. They complain that Nows. wedding day. Tho same friendly they cannot mako connections there Ultimately thero will bo a labor PACE 3. Serial Story. Sermon. is there getting pretty bald scribe any more. Citizens of Rogers Gap shortage in tho United Stales. At by this time, or maybo "silver gray.' Onlonnry News. havo protested against abandonment present there is a surplus, and this PACE 4. Local nnd Church Nows. He remembers that grown-u- p liltlo of the agency there by tho Cincin- is apt to grow to embarrassing PACE 5, 0. A. U. Encampment. girl with a "swell ' write-u- p. Again nati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific. proportions during tho next few Pulilio School Notes. Revival that clipping goes into tho family months of demobilization if no conMeeting to Close Ilihlo. "Tho United States must lake its scious effort is mado to immediately PAGE C Farm Department. MarJohn Smith's boy. Hill, goes to St, choice between a balanco of power rovivo building and construction kets. Tho Price of Pep. Louis and gets a modest Job. Tho such ns has been tho bane of F.uropo activities to provide buffer employPAGE 7, Sunilay-schofriendly editor pleases tho whole Lesson. for a hundred years, or n League ment until our industrial readjustTho New Serial Story. Smith connection by duly heralding of Nations as proposed by Woodrow ment has been completed, PAGE 8, Eastern Kentucky News. the fact that Hill has "accepted i position" and wishes him luck. Wo Wilson and tho representatives of Great Hrltain, Franco, and Italy.'1 postponement Indefinite 11 will pay to read our Classified could go on indefinitely. of n said President Frank L. McVey, of natlon-wld- o series or Want Column if in need or anything. And the Town's Best Booster parades and mass meetings It will pay to uso somo space In Turning from sentiment to busl tho University of Kentucky, In an that column if you havo anything noss, think of what a great booster address on tho Leaguo of Nations. planned for April 19 was announcrecently. ed by tho association opposed to to sell. tho small-tow- n editor Is for his town national prohibition. This step was and county. Ho Is always on that Twenty-flv- o heavy wooden boxes, taken, officials of tho association Tho school children are busy this job. Ho never stops working for tho week getting subscribers for Tho good of tho business men, tho farm- nailed tightly aro going by freight said, after It was found tho dato Citizen. Thoy will likely bo nflor ers, the churches, tho schools for today from Illchmond to Washing- selected was tho annivorsary of tho you if you haven't renewed your every effort that will build up his ton, carrying tho complolo records llring of tho first gun in tho Amor of tho Madison County Exemption ican Revolution. subscription. town and county, You, Mr. Merchant, are you giving Hoard. lis work finished, tho local Mail planes equipped with 400 THE HOME TOWN EDITOR your local editor the board has completed its records as What Would Tolks do Without Mm? ho deserves) He Is required by tho regulations, and la horsepower Liberty motors wero Tho small-tow- n editor is more trying to keep the trade of all the sending them in to tho War De able to mako flights from Now York t Imn an editor bo is tho whole folks right in your town. You are partment, where thoy will bo filed lo Washington and Philadelphia to town's best friend. a leader. Work with him for the away with tho records of all other New York despilo tho galo sweeping tho North Allantio seaboard. A draft boards. "A liltlo baby girl is born. Tho good of the whole community I piano equipped with friendly editor prints a ploasant fllvo him bettor support and ho In tho Eastern Kentucky petrol engino, however, was unable notlco about her arrival on earth. will get out n better paper. Tako Sho prows up and goes to High' bis advertising advice and bo will eum Held an announcement of in lo get under way from Washington, School. Tho great day of hor young make your advertising Hotter Ad- terest is (bat tho Peabody Coal Co., ami on its third attempt fell In a lifo comes Graduation Day. Thot vertising. Teamwork. (Contlaotd oa rsgs Tin) (Coatlonsa ob rigs Nts) , I ol on hard-worki- offered to help those counties that would help themselves. Madison County has just voted not to accept these great gifts. In other words, in order to avoid giving ourselves a little money for good roads, we have lost the.opportunitv to get a great deal of money as a free gift from the State and Nation. d There could be nothing more than this kind of stinginess. Nothing improves the value of propGood roads bring everyerty so much as good roads. body nearer to market and the markets nearer to everyAnd good roads are more easily kept up than body. poor ones. Madison County made a big mistake. short-sighte- trench troops t ur lilt of the (ieminn terHtorv over the road lo WlMxiiiihoiirg and arrn, Khenlsh llavurlu, to occupy their part of March declared that the vanguards of the bolshevik forces were clttse upon the suburbs of the city. American Engineers at Murmansk. Washington. March 31. Arrival of company nt the lflSth engineering Murmansk, Archangel front, on March 2.", was annouured by the wnr department. It consists of 10 otllcers and 133 men. The 107th engineering company, nlso ordered to that sector. Is on the way. Ituxsinn soviet communique FIND $21,805 LIBERTY BONDS In Securities Stolen From Bank Found Room Occupied by Robbery pects at Joplln, Mo. Sus- .Toplln, Mo March 31. Two men were under arrest here for Investlga-tolIn connection with the robbery of a bank at Lone Kim. Kan., on Monday night. Tho men were arrested nt a hotel, and the police have $21.80.", worth of. Liberty bonds and Thrift stamps which they say they found In the room occupied by the two men. One of them, the police say, had admitted that they had robbed tho bank, eluded 'the posse? and escaped to a wood near Lone Klin, reaching Jo--ll- n For tho first limo sinco the days of King Ilcrod tho City of Jerusalem has a sufficient supply of good puro water. This has been brought about by tho English army of occupation. Somo years ago tho old viaducts of Herod wero partially relargely stored, but the city has-be- en dependent on cisterns for water supply. Thero is great satisfaction over tho complelo restoration and even Improvement of tho old viaducts. Tho relations botween Italy and tho Jugo Slavlo slalo havo been so strained over tho possession of tho seaport of Fiumo that It has been necessary to placo tho city tmdor siege by tho forces of tho allied nations, until such limo as tho Peace Congross may bo ablo to mako a settlement of tho question. Tho population is largely Italian, but tho new stato desires and needs a seaport. Tho gcnoral feeling seems lo bo that Italy Is pushing too hard in (ho matter. 'Tho United States has threatened to cut off food supplies is not If her aggresslvo policy checked. mi a freight train. HUNGARY WON'T HALT YANKS Recent Events Will Not Change Schedule of Returning American Troops. Wnshlngton, March 31. Recent events In Hungury, Genera! March an nounred, have, resulted In no change In tho military policy of tho United States so far as the war department has been advised. Iteturn of troops from France Is proceeding even faster than scheduled originally, and nothing has occurred to Interfere with this Pago Two THE CITIZEN RED TRIANGLE SERVICE FOR CZECHO-SLOVAK April SOLDIERS 3, 1010. School News from Various Departments ROOSEVELT COMMEMORATIVE ORATION CHAPEL NEWS ABANDONED OIL FIELDS-FOR WESTERN RICHER Sunday Night Tho nov. C. S. Knight preached (o the students of all departments In Main Chapel, Sunday night. His sermon was full of enthusiasm and truth, setting forth clearly the fact that there is a Axed law of Iho Universe that cannot bo I. e, that whatsoever is sown, MUSIC RECITAL the same shall be reaped. A muslo recital was given on This was Mr. Knight's lasl sermon Wednesday night, March 20, by Ilia as n College preacher. Next Sunday ; members of the Music Department he will be in the' pulpit of hh Instrumental and vocal selections church nl Ponliac, Mich. were rendered. Pieces wcro played MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER BAND -- j on tho piano, cabinet organ and Tho Mountain volunteer Band lias violin. had- two very successful meetings ro DODGE HOUSE CATCHES ON FIRE lately. In the meeting Sunday lasl. Professor Balrd gavo n Dodgo Huoso caught on flro Tho early Monday morning, but the fir. very interesting lccturo on thocoun The American Y. SI. C. A. la now serving the soldiers of tho Czecho-Slovnwas extinguished before it had try merchant. It opened up an en tirely new field for most of tho nnnloM. The picture shows n Red Triangle worker distributing cigarettes to gained any headway. Tho flro caught from a stove in members. Wo seldom think of tho Uie lighting men of the new republic. tho basement, burning a hole in tho country merchant as being n man SIXTY-THRE- E "Y" who is doing a great deal of good WOUNDED BY SHELL floor of Room N. 5. for his community. Wo generally The lire department was on hand THAT KILLED FOUR MEN MEN DECORATED very soon after the alarm was think of him as being a man who is in tho business just for tho money sounded, but were not in action, as Under shell flro nnd gnR for threo Chicago. The Y. M. C. A. cnrrled the fire bad been put out by buckets he can make. Professor Balrd weeks, the buildings In which he rnn showed us just how much good In his canteen hit six times, nnd flnn. y" !"0 wI water. "!'' "7 of "" fluence a country merchant could knocked out by n shell which r,'ncllM n s,,crlnco havo over Ii is community, by keep killed four men. wounded thirty nnd American nrmy, Y. M. C. A. great ns that In storo that the put him In n hospital for two months. as nccordlng to n stntement Issued by tho The Mountain Volunteer Band ing tho things in his keep- (1uy A. Willis, n Grand Knplds, Mich., national wnr work council of the Y. meeting people really need instead of conducted the Y.M.C.A. lumberman, has returned ou crutches want. Of these fntnlltles V wero M. C. A. Sunday night. Four of its members ing tho things they due to disease, nnd the remainder to Ho told us about a friend of his spoke on tho mountain problems. drowning shell-tire- , bomb1", his community for John Deylon, president of the who is changing deciding nnd wounds. Ten of these were womwhat the band, spoke on the question as a tho better by en, one of whom was killed by shell and lire nnd the others In n German nlr general i'suo, while the throe others people in his community need in his store for mid. confined themselves to special topics. then placing them wallpa en l There were nlso Ki Their topics were: 'The Illiteracy the people to buy. Such as harmoinzc in unities. These were duo prlnclpnlly "Homo Decoration;" "Tho per and rugs that Pfoblcm;" to machine gun fire, shell fire, nnd iiu stead of the paper and rugs that County Agent." Numerous tor trnnsport nccldcnts. the largest flowers in them, Misses Claire Lcedy and Una have enses of slight wounds nnd gnsstng something pictures that really mean which were nttended nt dressing staGabbard sang a beautiful duet. nstead of the pictures wo generally tions but were not reported to headmembership Pennants for 100 community of the quarters, arc not Included. were awarded to the Normal, Col- see in tho rural mountain counties, hats that are in These cnsunltles occurred In n force lege and Vocational Departments. hats which nt no time exceeded 0,000 workstyle instead of tho There wcro many present and s ers, of whom It Is reckoned thnt mort farm hoped thai tho good attendance we sec so often, aifll tho best were never sent to the thnn one-haine implements. will bo kept up. front, being employed In the hundreds S we see that there is a wiuo of huts maintained throughout the field of work to be dono by Hie training nrens and the "lenve nrens." YOUR HELP NEEDED country merchant. In order that a Sixty-thre"Y" workers were decoIn making an accurate list of man can make a merchant wlio can rated, while In nil more thnn lf2 reBerca's heroes, who have rendered ceived official recognition for distinhcln decide what his community tho lasl full mcasuro of devotion to guished service. Thirteen of these needs, ho must have an education. their country during tho period of Therefore, one of the needs or mo were decorated with the Croix do Guerre, while 48 received other decotho war, including all who have died mountains is, better educated and rations. Of these, three received tho .from wounds or from disease, or trained country merchants. Distinguished Service Cross, three from loss at sea, there is need of Last Sunday the Band led the Y. the Order of Str Stnnlslnns. five (he from assistance relatives and M. C. A. Members of the Band r reItalian Cnvallere del Corona, .18 the friends. If you, know of a former Italian War Cross, nnd ono tlri sented four or five subjects in which Bcrca sludent'who has given his of the Corp' French decoration there is a wide field for work. Seven were cited for tho d'Armee. life in the Service, please commuThe need for educated ministers Croix do Guerre, nnd seven for other nicate this information to tho Sec- was discussed. F.vcry one who has decoration, sir commended for merit- retary's office. re- lived in a rural community of tho orlous conduct, and twenty-ninThe following namc3 have been mountains In dls- celved honorable mention or ever visited one reported, but further information is patches. Several units wero cited In knows tho need for educated minneeded. Thoso who have facts contheir entirety, those serving with th is more pitiful than isters. What cerning tbeso men will please leave to Third division being cited twice. More who hear a noor ignorant man than n score moro reported decorations word with the College Secretary in says ho has had a call from God to have not yet been confirmed. Lincoln Hall. In somo cases, misof God, preach, trying to tell us GUY A. WILLIS. Not one of these men under thirty taken reports havo been received, and trying to lead us into a better from was fit for military duty, but tho citaFrance, evidence of tho rent which should now bo corrected. way of living? No doubt, wo havo tions show that they carried on with Please assist in this very important some very devoted Christian men with which Y. M. C. A. canteen men the snmo courage nnd spirit thnt idenworked with the troops In the St. knowledgo havo you matter. What tified Americans throughout the war. who are doing this very thing, and and Argonne drives. concerning these men:? These records show that they went aro more sincere in their vark than Willis was nttached to the Threo over tho top with tho assaulting James Ballingcr, Favel Felton, many of our best educated minis- Ilundred and Fifty-fiftregiment. wnves, thnt they exposed themselves Chas. Fletcher, P.. D. Miller, Deo ters, division. In the Toul sec- under machine gun and shell flro to but how can they tell tho pco-p- lo Eighty-nint, Walker. their need for GOd when they tor, which the division held until the minister to the wounded, that they Information is at hand regarding St. as stretcher aro not able to understand and re- A- Mlhlcl drive began, Willis' Y. M. C. worked Indefntlgnbly - outfit had a canteen near Mont Sec. benrers. nnd that thev drove nmhu W. S. Barlow, Cleveland Frost, Sidtho needs themselves? alize Edge-comat Beaumont, and one of his pleasant lances Into the midst of battlo to res- ney Rust, Basil Baugh, Glenn Tho illiteracy nf the mountains McDonald Franklin, John and the need for moro county joos was to drive almost dally around cue the wounded. famous Dead Man's curvo on trips Gabbard, John Harwood, Leo Linton, agents to work in the moonlight theget supplies for his canteen. Willis to A New Shock for the British. Wm. Phillips, Stanley Smith and schools was discussed by Helen entered Benny, In the St. Mlhlcl drive, London. The American soldier's caLuther Spenco. It is hoped that Fairchild. Sbo put this question ro three hours after tho Germans had pacity for chocolate Is n full information of all our supremo source of wonder to Britishers, a won- us: whether it is better to keep been thrown out of It. patriots may bo secured in tho near on helping support insane asylums, der that has Just been given n new French Tribute to "Y." stimulus by a contract the Y. M. C. A. future so an appropriate memorial penitentiaries and other institutions, John II. Mott, general secretary of has closed to take over a plant and cxerciso can bo held. Please co- which will always exist until Ilnutlonal war work council of the Y. monufacture chocolates 300 tons of operate. What men should bo added, literacy is wiped out,, or would it M. C. A., has been made a chevalier of chocolated a month, to this list? I bo better for us to sacriflco our the Legion of Honor. time, money, or perhaps our lives, PHI DELTA to help wipo out this destructive Tho program of Phi Delta, Sat- ovil? urday night, dealt largely with Another very interesting subject Editorial In Army and Navy Ileglster. problems or reconstruction. was: "Tho Homo Decorating." Tho and Investigations, Otfl This Is a period of charges, counter-charge- s Tho problems of hair or tho world decorations or a nomo navo more w clals of the war nnd navy departments and officers of the army, navy not directly connected with the war do with llio thought and actions or nnd murine corps will be summoned before Investigating committees to were dsicussed by B. H. Martin. Ho man than many pcoplo fully realize tell what they did In the war, and thoso Inclined to find fault will nevtr called attention to tho fact that thn Tho homo oither lifts a man up to be quite satisfied with official reports. Many mistakes will be recorded, war had awakened South America a higher plane or drags him below. be traced directly to but we believe much, If not all. of our trouMe-wll- l lack of adequate preparation In the first Instance. and China to a new senso of National We havo all experienced llio (liner Tly American lied Cross and'tho various welfaro bodies will como Brothorhood, and bad forced upon Pnj, roolins wo have, on entering a In for their share of crltlcsm. As a mutter of fact, tho Y. M. C. A. tnom a realization mat ir uioy wero lloino tmt is wcn decorated and ar- already has been made n target for charges Involving conflict of reto copo witli the world powers and ranged, and then entering a homo ligious beliefs between workers and soldiers and sailors. Tho Y. M. C. bo a part of tho world, they mubt wu,ro nothing is arranged right, A. has been charged with profiteering In Its conduct of canteens. Tho launch out.into tho realm or scienco noti,ing harmonizes, end is altogclh- Institution Is n nonu'Ctarlon body, und It would hardly seem posslblo and education. there were many of Its numerous workers who found tlmo In tho dis,,r a very badly decorated home. So charge of their duties to engage In religious arguments with thoso makHolding up tho Ideals for which t,0 homo decorating problem isono ing, use of Its facilities. Protestant and Catholic alike wcro made welwo fought was thoroughly discussed yet to D0 solved for tho mountains, come and any denomination could conduct religious services In their by Mr. Klmscy, who called nltentlou agent was also COunty Tno "huts." to tho fact that although tho bloody fought into a different light. Most The charge of "profiteering," a familiar epithet of tho loquacious, ngbting has been brought to a close, pc0plo think of him as a man that has fallen to the ground. It has been shown that nrmy authorities asked wo yet havo a great battle to win should only bo interested in tho ag the Y. M. C. A. to tako over tho management of tho canteens, but fulled to glvu It the udvuntuge of tho army purchase prices, transportation und in oruor "to mauo tno world saio, rini,iiPi imnrovoments. but it was labor, which were not udded to tho army unit prices ns overhead for democracy." brought out very plainly that he charges. Tho Y. SI. O. A. only attempted to put tho cunteens on u. Mr. Van Hook, in his "Reminiscen- has a largo Hold to do actlvo religbasis and, naturally, prices could not remain ut tho low army ces or Phi Dolta," displayed hW ious and educational work. figure. Nothing was given away ut tho canteens except that men going sense or humor, as usual. Thcso aro only a few or our to or coming from the front got chocolate, cigarettes and hot cofTea withTho debaln on "Resolved: that a mountain problems, but if wo had out charge. After thero had been general complaint on account of thcso League or Nations will bo a hindrance moro activo work along these lines, Increases, there was an Investigation and army authorities, realizing tho handicap under which the Y. II. O. A. had been placed, decided to lo world Industries." was won by wonders could bo worked. furnish the supplies ut cost and look to tho Y. M. 0. A. to manago tho Mr. Keedy, or the nfllrmatlvo, whosa canteens. No criticism has been heurd since this program becumo convincing argument wns too slrong THE BALD HEAD effective. for his opponent, Mr. Rowland. And this is tho song I spin If there Is fuult to bo found with tho Y. M. C A. It no doubt will bo Phi Delta will cnntlnuo to discuss that H willingly assumed every burden thrust upon It and tried to do While, giving tho blado a shovo wlde-awaquestions, In IU meet- "Why can't I bo bald upon my chin, too much. ings every Saturday evening. VisitAnd have whiskers that grow ors aro always welcome. above?" Morrill Slnrr, of Chicago, gavo a cotnnienmrntlvo oration on llio llfo of Roosevelt, in the College Chapel Ho left lasl Thursday morning. somo vivid pictures of one of tin? great Americana in the minds and hearts of all who heard him. side-tracke- d, PROMISE IN ZINC ORE Organization of tho Louisvillo Mansliold Zinc & Load Syn dicate Reveals Uusinoss Komanco . i an niii i ill m i ii mm Thi'T knew Hint br tnkn at ttic ore from slight excavation given point over n given nrcn, that the Hurting of nn expert usnyergeolo. glut would give them llio exact extent of wealth wh'c'i the establishment of Unlike the more ii In would produce. promise of nn nil well, tlie potentlall-ti- e of n islnr fl ' I could lie sclchtlu-rallTheir reports wcro established. secured from A. Arnold, State geologist of Missouri, and Joseph Metrnlfp, a !ondon mineralogist and engineer, nnd showed tlmt tests lind proved the eipcctntlnns nf the prospectors, tlnn-wldy Dr. T. T. fierier, Dentltt, Then Oil Magnate, Sold Interest In 157 Weill for Digger Prospect. Louisville, Ky. How a business romance, blossoming In the bosom of .Mother Burlli, led the way to n dream i i of alllucm-- that Is fast materializing, Is brought out In the organisation here of the Umlsvlllo Lend Si Zinc Syndi cute Company, a corporation the stock of which rapidly Is becoming the property of the puhllcr That It Is not a romance of the oil flelds will be a mat lor of surprise to those who look largely to the oil well us the fountain of business romance. Mans Formation of the field Lend A Zinc Syndicate follows closely upon organization of the Ken til' Icy MniiKllelil Lend A Zinc Synd) mte, a corporation already on an oper ntlng mid dividend paying IiiihIs, but the romance goes back eleven years to the oil fields of the west and to a These geological renins bear out to dentist's chair In n small Oklahoma town, a large extent a theory which later current as to the origin of tho rich mineral products around Mansfield, Mo. According to this theory, .Manslleld, one of the highest points In the district. Is the site of u volcano. The purest ore Is found closest to this center, while the adulter-- a ted deposits are found us the dlstuuca becomes grenter. ' Once he hnd secured rights to the land. Dr. Heeler's plan became known and soon the district wns n bee hive Hut all of the of fortune-hunterpromising land In the vicinity hnd been leased by Dr. Heeler nnd his associates and they wore ready to Inuncii their project. Their scheme of operation calls ultimately for the orgunlzntlon of local Kimpiiules In ench of the forty-tlvstates. Knrh of these corporation will be granted concessions n round the reserved portion of the leases which the parent corporation will hold and which will be enhanced In value with Dr. T. T. Beeler. the growing activity surrounding It. The Kentucky .Mnnstlehl In the Starki In n suite of offices Zinc Syndicate was lncoriorated June keen-eyeBuilding a small mini, try- 1.1, UifS. Its capital stotk or $100,000 ing to, make every minute yield Its On November quota 'of result of an atmosphere of woj quickly sold out. bought Its mill, which soon high pressure, knows all uhout the ro- t It began operations on the ground, anil mance, for he had lived It. He Is Dr. on Kehruury 1 a 2 dividend for Jan-u'- y vice president of the new T. T. Heeler, wns paid stockholders, followlug LOUISVII.Li: MANSFIKLD I.I "AD A dividend for 3 which was paid He Is the mail ZINC SYNDICATE February. who, eleven years ago, while a pracThe Kentucky syndicate Is made up ticing dentist In uu Oklahoma town, nlimist entiruly of Kentucky men. Dr. debeciiine Interested In western oil T. M. Crtltcher, of Iiulsvllle, head of velopment. With holdings In 157 oil the ioulsvllle Dental laboratory, Is wells nfler he had become successful president, and N. C. Cureton Is secreIn that game, Dr.' Heeler hail wide opNewbold, of Ioulvllle, Is tary. W. portunities to observe the possibilities treasurer. IIIMward J. McDermott. of und exigencies of that business, or Is the corporation's attorgame, us It may rightly be called. He ney. Dr. Heeler Is ono of the direcsaw men cnrrled up Into the realm jf tors, us Is alo Dr. Charles A. Funk. sudden riches; he saw hopes fulfilled The officers of the LOl'ISVILI.H beyond their own limits. Hut he saw MANSKir.l.D LI' AD & ZINC SYNDI-CATthe other side, too, of the oil game which was formed February 21, Its uncertainty, nnd the ruin tlmt th's 101.8, are the sumo as those of the uncertainty brought to fume. Kentucky syndicate except thnt Dr. One day Dr. Heeler heard'ubout the Heeler Is vice president und J. C Mastrike .made In the famous Joplln zinc lum, well known Louisville business ore district. He began studying the man, Is n director. Over half of tho possibilities of the new found iqqior-tunlt- capital stock of $.VX1.000 already has He reflected that In the oil been sold. Offices of the company era business, when a well was drilled, no nt 109 Stnrks Hldg., Uiulsvllle. mortal could with certainty tell which The stock Is being put out at (1.00 of four things would be the result-- oil, (par value) per share. gas or u hole In the ground. water, Tho company's property Is In the He reflected that an oil well, drilled heart of the Ozark Mountains, Wright from 1,100 to ;i,:;oo feet In the ground, County, Mo. One furty-acrtract I cost from $5,000 to $.10,000 before Its located between two mills, those of tho real promise was known. And thei Kentucky syndicate, known as tho ho compared this with data ho had "Pioneer Mill," and of W. K. Caldwell, gathered about the mining Industry, In of Uiulsvllle, known us tho "Ited-blr- l which nature's storo of weulth lies Mill." This tract Is considered oao of comparatively close to the surface am! the best In the district although threo covers great arens, necessitating, :n other forty-acrtracts are well located proportion, a small Initial outlay. He nnd partly tested. applied this comparison particularly to So, ns the new LOIMSVILLK MANS-FIKLwhat ho had heard about tho I. HAD & ZINC SYNDICATH flelds. starts Its wheels the busiHeeler was not long In making ness romance Dr. of the poor dentist It ago In up his mind. It was two years carried further along Its way to the Kansas City tha tho project, which is pocket-booknnd bunk accounts of now being carried to every state In shrewd Investors tho country over. Dr. the Union, had Its Inception. Advertisement. Beeler hud selected a partner, severed his connections with the oil fields, and had employed nn agent, versed In the Pithy Paragraphs technique of such an undertaking, to By Major Dan Morgan Smith Investigate opportunities In the Joplln he-cac s. U-n- bc-fo- k '""f 7Tll Wo' gns-feve- non-fntn- out-of-da- to I'-i- lf e nrt e Mi-hl- el h h I b, be-fo- never-endin- g e ' e JUSTICE FOR THE Y. M. C. A. D Joplln-Mnusflcl- d s district. But It was by chanco that tho real Oao duy, was found. when Dr. Heeler's emissary was fruitlessly bickering with people In the field to which prospectors were already swarming, an old man called him aside. "If you want to see an unworked locality, I want to show you something," said tho old man. As the result of tho Investigation and assaying which followed, Dr. Heeler, his partner and several notaries, In all of tho public automobiles the nearby town ufforded, set out In tho late afternoon In what Is now the Mansfield district. Tho chauffeurs and tho notaries and all others with whom the party enrno In contact were bound to secrecy. There wcro neither automobiles nor notaries available for other posslblo prospectors. That was October 10, 1017. In a da or so, tho prospectors had secured leases on 18,000 acres of land rich In ore, and hud laid the foundation of the projoct which U now becoming ua- - opportunity A good man must not weigh lars agnlnst decency. dol- Regulation saves tho saloon; hibition saves tho hoy. pro- Increases of 12 to tl per cent in coal prtcus since 1010 wero reported in tho Maroh issuo or tho Labor Review of tho Bureau of Labor Statistics. The man who pays for 4ho coun-'r- y lo go dry, but voliw to keep It wot, is guilty of insincerity or ho should havo his head or heart examined. Pure Science In nn old saloon down In Savannah, Ouorgfa, this sign appears on ko the wall: "If water will rot your boot, what will it do to your stomaohs?" ,AlrA 3, 1010. TUB CITIZKX Par) rim. . muBnT ELEARINL? A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IN THE IRVING BACHELLERw AUTHOS. Of THE UtH HOMN. Ml AND UUIUO UP VITH UUJt, ETC. l DARttl Of UtXZD ETC W 8YNOP8I8. CHAPTER I narton Daynm, orphan, Pesbody Jlaynra, anil hla Aunt Deri nn a farm on llattleroad In a neighborhood railed Lick Ityspllt about the year WM. Ilarton micts Bally Uunkelberf, about till own ntte, but socially of a rlaaa above the llayneaea, and la fascinated by the pretty (are la taken to live with hla uncle, I fear thnt my work suffered a moment's Interruption, for Just then I begnn to know the great heart of the senator. Its wnrmth wns In tho clothing thnt covered my back, Its dellcncy In the Ignorance of those who had shared its benefactions. I count this one of tho great events of my youth. Hut there was a greater one, nlthough It seemed not no at the time of It. A traveler on tho rond to Ilnllyheen had dropped his pockctbook containing n large amount of money (2,700 wn the sum, If I remember rightly. Ho wns a man who, being Justly su.plclous of tho banks, had withdrawn his money. Posters announced the loss and tho offer of "a large rewnrd. Tho village was' pro foundly stirred by them. Searching parties went up the road stirring Its dust nnd groping In Its grnss nnd briers for the grent prize which was supposed to be lying there. It wns Raid, however, that the quest had been unSo the lost pockotbook successful. became n treasured mystery of the vlllngc nnd of nil the hills nnd valleys townrtl Bnllybeen a topic of old wives nnd gnhhllng husbands at tho P.rcsldc for unnumbered years. Ily nnd by the fnll term of school ended. Undo I'cnhody came down to get tne the day heforo Christmas. I hail enjoyed my work nnd my life at the Hnckets', on tho whole, hut I was glut! to be going homo agntn. My uncle wns In high spirits nnd there v.ero mnny pneknges In the sleigh. "A merry Christmas to ye both nn may tho Lord lovo ye!" said Mr. Hnckct ns ho hade us goodby. "Every day our thoughts will bo going up tho hills to your house." The bells rang nicrrlly as wo hurried through tho swamp In tho hard snow paths. "We're goln' to move," said my uncle presently. "We've agreed to get out by tho middle o' May." "How does thnt happen?" I asked. "I settlcdwlth Grlmshaw and agreed to go. If It hndn't 'a' been for Wright and Baldwin wo wouldn't 'a' got a cent. They threatened to bid ngntnst him at the sale. So ho settled. We're goln' to have n new home. We've bought n hundred nn' fifty acres from Goln' to build n new Abe Leonard. houso In the spring. It will be nearer the village." He playfully nudged my ribs with his elbow. "We've had a llttlo good luck, Bart," he went on. "Pit tell ye what It Is If you won't say anything about It" I promised. "I dunno as It would matter much," he continued, "but I don't want to do nay brnggln'. It nln't anybody's business, anyway. An old uncle over in Vermont tiled three weeks ngo and hundred dollars. left us thirty-eigh- t It was old Uncle Ezra Baynes o' Hlncshurg. Died without a chick or child. Your nunt nnd mo slipped down to Potsdam nn' took the stage nn' went over nn got the money. It wns moro money than I ever see before In my life. We put It In the bnnk In Potsdnm to keep tt out o' Grlmshaw's lands. I wouldn't trust that man as fur as you could throw a bull by the World Can Not Be Made Safe For Democracy Without Christianity. Is Centenary Message . m"t Itovlnn Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the "Silent Woman." Atnoa Urlmshaw, young on of the richest man In the township, ta a visitor at the Ilaynos home, and ltovlnic Kate telle the fortunes of the two bora, predicting a hrlsht future for liar, ton and denth on the gallows for Amoa. Itrprovrd for an act of boylah mlchl"f Ilarton runa away, Intending to make his home wllh the Dunkeltionc. He reaches tho village of Canton and falls Into a steep nf eshnuitlnn on a porch There he la found by Kllas Wright, Jr., prominent man In public nlTnlra, who, knowing l'rabo.y llaynes, takea Ilarton home alter buying him new clothes. CHAPTER and hla uncle and aunt visit Canton and hear Bllas Wright read a sermon. IH-nnr- ton and fine clothe. CIiAITnil Native Teacher In India With Hla Pupils. Chinese Christian Nurse and Medical Science Scarcely Exist In I at Work. Modern Education, Lands. Sanitary las Wright evinces CHAPTER much Interest In Ilarton, and eenda n box of books and msguxlnps to the Ilaynes home. The election of Ellas Wright to the United States senate Is announced. IY-fil- AMERICA While I was milking the deacon sat on a bucket In the doorway of tho stable nnd snored until I had finished. He nwoke when I loosed the cow and CHAITKrt Is asked to drive a load to mill, arrives aafely, but the constablo went back to the pasturo In a snowstorm, unable to see the road, with me, yawning with his hnnd over the horses net Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Undo his mouth much of the way. The deal'eahody mans Ken to get together con lenned his elbow on the top of enough to satlafy drlmshaw and obtain the pen and snored again, lightly, an extension. while I mixed the feed for the pigs. CHAPTER VII-N- ow In his sixteenth Mr. llacket met us nt the kitchen Ilarton accompanies "Mr fear hired man, to the postofllce I'urvls." door, where Dencon Illnks said to him: at Canton. On the way they meet a rider, and "If you'll look after the boy today the three Journey together. They aro held up by a man with a gun, who makes I'll go home and get a llttlo rest" the highwayman's demand of "Tour "Ood bless yer 6oul, yo had n busy money or your life." Iurvls runs away, while the stranger draws a pistol, but be. night," said the schoolmaster with a fore he can use It the robber shoots and 'kills him. Ilarton'a horse throws him smile. and runa away. Aa the murderer bends He added as ho went into tho houso: over the stranger Ilarton throwa a atone "I never knew a roan to rest with which ha observes wounds the thief, who makes off at once, hut not until Ilarton more energy and persistence. It was had noted that hla gun stock waa broken in a peculiar manner. Bearch of the a perfect Hood o' rest It kept me . t... UUUi pelKhhorhood for the robber la unavailing UVVUkU .....II IUI1K MillT IUIUI11KUU and the stranger Is burled. rton CirAPTHn narton Is twelve years old he becomes nware of the of a wonderful and mysterious power known as "Money," and learns liow, through tils posseaslon of that wonderful thing flrlmshaw Is the most powerful and creatly dreaded man In tha community, moat of the settlers being In his debt After a visit to the llayne home II r. WrlKht leaves a note In a sealed en. velope, which Ilarton Is to read on the first nlfht when he leaves home to at tend school. lien ' "Awake, Ye Limb o the Law." Is abl to stand bestoro caste, but awakening to a new day, 89 per cent of the men and 99 per toflay as the champion of a "new day" because of cent of the women know nothing of tho intelligence and recognition of education. In China, "the awakening rights possessed by the giant," 9C per cent of the people are human masses of her people. Few Ameri- uneducated and but two out every cans, thinking of making "the world 100 children are In school. In pagan safe for democracy," pause to think Africa, apart from tho mission stahow different are conditions In other tions, the people do not even know that writing has been Invented. parts of the world. It Is almost Impossible to give an of brotherhood and A conception human rights Is possible only In the adequato description of the vile livChristian countries of the world, be- ing conditions which apply to huncause elsewhere the masses possess dreds of millions of people, many of, no education upon which to build. whom never know what It is to eat Russia, China and Mexico have taught a satisfactory meal In an entire lifeworld knows the world that countries whero 90 time. Tho per cent or more of tho population Is nothing of sanitation and practically illiterate are but "tinder boxes" for nothing of medlc.il science. The coming of Christianity Is the the remainder of tho world. of the only basts for a change. Old religions, In lodla, with over world's population, crushed down by so long as they retain their hold, step one-fift- in and say "No" to changes necessary to better conditions. The Methodist Centenary program proposes to de0 vote a considerable share of Its to the bringing of education, sanitation and better living conditions to tho millions committed to Its care. Sltii.-000,00- THE ONLY HOPE OF PEACE. "Men may devise 'Leagues to En force Peace" of a hundred different varieties, and should devise them," says S. Earl Taylor, executive secretary of the Centenary, adding: "But at tho heart of it peace means brotherhood, and to say that brotherhood has become the superlative necessity of the world is to say that Christ is the sol hope of the world because none other dynamic of has been found to be brotherhood among mankind." i sands o' years nyes I" To our astonishment tho cfock struck twelve. "Hurrah It's merry Christmas 1" snld Uncle I'euhody as he Jumped to his feet and began to sing of the little Lord Jesus. 1 j The Chief of Sinners The Spirit of Michael Henry and Others. seeks to CHAPTER At the examination of Amos Grim bribe Ilarton to be silent about his wounding the murderer of the man killed show my knowledge was committed to on the road. The offer la spumed. the records and censed to bo n source of dancer to me. Grlmshaw carao to CHAPTER of Pen worse, seek to kidnap Ilarton. or do vmago mat uay. uii my wuy to lie la warned by 'Client Kate." and es- me capes. tne courtroom I saw him wnlklng cle Peabodr, Aunt I slowly, with bent bend ns I had seen CHA1TER Orlm-shnXl-Un- Clf A1TER leaves home to attend Michael Ilacket's school. Amos Qrlmshaw la arrested charged with the murder of the stranger. VIII-Hartnn CHAPTER XI. mas. Deal and the neighbors celebrated Christ "Old Kate" Is one of the party. j I , T know tlint old Knte was no (ho Irresponsible, witless creature that people thought iier to tic, I imtl begun to think of her with a kind of nwo as ono gifted nhovo till others. Ono by one tho things she linil snld of tho future. seemed to bo coming true. As wo were going Into the houso tho i I schoolmaster snld: "Now, Mnry, you tako this Inntcrn and go across tho street to the houso o' Deacon lilnks, tho constable. You'll find him asleep by the kitchen stove. Arrest his slumbers, but not rudely, and, when ire has como to, tell him that I have, news o' tho devil." Deacon Illnks arrived, a fat man with a big, round body and n very wIbo and serious countenance between side whiskers bending from his templo to his neck and suggesting parentheses of hair, as If his head and its accessories wcro in tho nature of a side Issue. Ho and tho schoolmaster went out of doors nnd must liavo talked white I was eating a bowl pf bread and milk which Mrs. llacket had brought to inc. When I went to bed, by and by, I heard somebody snoring on tho llttlo porch under my window. Tho first sound that reached my car at tho break of dawn was tho snoring of some sleeper. I dressed nnd went bft low nnd found tho constablo in his coouskln overcoat asleep on tho porch gun at his side. with n Whllo I stood thcro tho schoolmaster ca mo around tho corner of tho houso from tho garden. Ho put his hand on tho deacon's shoulder and gavo him b llttlo shake. "Awako, yo limb o tho law," ho de"Prayer is better than manded. sleep." The deacon arose and stretched himself and cleared his throat and as. turned an air of alertnoss and said it wan a flno morning, which it was not, tho sky being overcast and tho air dark nnd chilly. Mr, llacket removed tils greatcoat and threw It on the stoop saying: "Deacon, yon lay there. From now on I'm constable and ready for any act that may be necessary to maintain the law. I can be as severo as Napoleon Bonaparte and as cunning as Satun, It I bavo to be." er him before, followed by old Knte. Sho carried her Muff in her left hnnd whllo the forefinger of her right hand was pointing him out. Silent ns a ghost nnd ns unheeded ono would sny sho followed his steps. I observed that old Knto sat on n front seat with her hand to her car nnd Grlmshnw besldo his lawyer at n big table and that when she looked at him her lips moved in a struugo un uttered wlilsper of her spirit. Her fnca tilled with Joy as ono damning detail nfter another cam a out in the evidence. Tho facts hereinbefore alleged, nnd others, were proved, for the trncks fitted tho shoes of Amos. Tho young man was held and presently indicted. The time of bis trial was not determined. I wrote n good hnnd those days nnd the lending merchant of tho vlllago engaged me to post his books every Saturday nt ten cents nn hour. Thenceforward until Christmas 1 gnvo ray free days to thnt task. I estimated the sum that I should earn and planned to divide It In equal parts nnd proudly present it to my aunt and undo on Christmas day. Ono Saturday whllo I wns nt work on tho big ledger of tho merchant I ran ujfon this item: Wright To one suit October -8. from of clothes for Michael HenryRobin-son measures furnished by 8. llf 'O Bhlrts to match I knew then tho history of tho suit of clothes which I had worn slnco that rnlny October night, for I remembered that Sam Itoblnson, tho tailor, bad measured mo at our houso and made tip tho cloth of Aunt Dcel's weaving. I observed, also, that numerous articles n load of wood, two sacks of flour, threo pairs of boots, ono coat, ten pounds of salt pork nnd four bushels of potatoes nil for "Michael Henry" had been charged to Silas Wright. So by the merest chance I learned that tho Invislblo "Michael Henry" was tho almoner of the modest statesman nnd really tho spirit of Silas Wright feeding tho hungry and clothing tho naked and warming the cold houso, in the absence of Ita owner. It was the heart of .Wright Joined to that of tho schoolmaster, which sat In the green chair. S.- Wo Joined him whllo ho stood beating time with his right hnnd after the fashion of a singing master. By REV. L. W. GOSNELL "Off with yer boots, friend 1" he exAssistant Dean. Moody Dible claimed when the stanza was finished. Institute, Chicago "We don't have to set up and watch like the shepherds." tall." Wo drew our boots on the chnlr TEXT This Is a faithful saylne, worthy It was a cold, clear night, and when acceptation, that Christ wo reached home tho new stove was round with hnnds clasped over tho of allthe world to save sinners; Jesus came Into of whom I snapping with tho hent in its firebox knee how familiar Is the process, and am chief.- -l Tim. 1:15. nnd the pudding putting In the pot yet I haven't seen it tn more than half A number of peoplo have claimed to nnd old Sbep dreaming in the chimney a century! I lighted a candle and corner. Aunt Dcel gave me a hug at scampered upstairs in my stocking be "chief" of sinners. We might not be surprised at feet. Undo I'enbody following close tho door. Sheji barked and leaped to nnd slapping my thigh ns if my pace this, in itself, but my shoulders. It is surprising to enough for him. In the n were not fast "Why, Hart I Tou'ro growln' like learn tho characmidst of our skylarking the candle weed nln't ye? ayes ye be," tay tumbled to the floor and I had to go ter of tho peoplo aunt said ns she stood and looked nt back to the stove and relight who have made tne. "Set right down hero an worm tills claim. Paul How good it seemed to be back In ayes I l'vo done nil Uio chores je asserted It after Tho the old room under the shingles nyes 1" years spent In the wns tho hent of the stovepipe bad warmed Its How wnrm nnd comfortnblo hospitality. t service of Christ dear old room with those beloved faces preceded by years "It's been kind o' lonesomo here," in It. I wonder if pnrndlso Itself can snld Uncle Pcubody as ho opened of correct living thet seem more pleasant to me. I have had t ns a Pharisee. "I nlwnys let tho wind come the best food this world can provide, window.keep mo company It gits so John Bunynn, a In to In my time, but never anything that prisoner of the worm." I nto with a keener relish than tho Lord, entitles his "Yo can't look nt yer stockin' ylt," and but- pudding und milk and bread Auirf-Debiography "Grace when I caino downel which snld ter and cheese nnd pumpkin pie Abounding to the stairs about eight o'clock, having slept Aunt Deel gavo us thnt night Chief of Sinners." Supper over, I wiped the dishes for through chore time. I remember it John Wesley, nlwnys correct In his my nunt whllo Uncle Peabody went wns the delicious aroma of frying bam me ; outward life, and for moro than half a out to feed nud water the horses. Then and buckwheat cakes which awoke nnd who wouldn't rise and shako off century u zeulous worker for God, In tho genliil wnrmth we snt do.wn bright, voiced his feelings In the lines: while I told tho story of my life In the cloak of slumber on a provocold winter morning with such "tho busy town," us they called It "I the chief of sinners am, Uut Jesus died for tne." What prldo and attention they gavo cation? no common Chrls'mas "This ain't me then I Why do theso men, whom wo regard My flue clothes nnd tho story of how I tell ye," Aunt Deel went on. "Santa as tho greatest saints, so dcscrlbo I hud como by them taxed my Inge-- Claus won't git hero short o' noon I themselves? Certuin it is that they unity somewhat, although uot Improp- - wouldn't wonder ayes I" hypocrites, like tho man In About eleven o'clock Uncle Hiram are not not to let erly. I hud to bo careful Robert Burns' poem who culled him. them know thnt I had been ashamed and Aunt Eliza nnd their live children self tho chief of sinners and went on with loud und merry greetings. of 'the homemade suit They somehow arrived sinning so that grace might abound .. I I I., it.,... felt tho truth about tt aud it llttlo Then caino other aunts and uncles and J..4. V silence followed tho story. Then Aunt cousins, With whut noisy good cheer,1 " stoto "V mind so well described of that Deel drew her chair near mo and tho men entered tho houso after they in tho following words of ltobert Slur-ru- y I remember touched my linlr very gently and hud put up their horses McCheyne: "Is It possible, think looked Into my fnco without speaking. bow they laid their hard, heavy hands you, for a person to bo conceited of on my head nud shook tt a little as "Ayes I I kuow," sho said presently, Ids miseries? May there not bo n deep in n kind of caressing tone, with n tbey spoke of my "strctchln' up" or leaven of prldo In telling how desoluto gavo me u playful slap on tho shoulder touch of sadness In It. "They nln't an anclcut token of good will tho and how unfeeling ivo are In brood uf oil to course' homespun stuff down Ing over our unearthly puins In our In tho village. They tnado fun first form of the accolade, I fancy. being excluded from tho sympathies of there What Joyful good humor there was In ye didn't they, Bart?" o women enough tho world In our being tho Invalids "I don't caro uhout that," I assured those slmplo men and n city ofIf it could of Christ's hospital?" Tho men to temper tho woes of si them. '"Tho mind's tho measuro of have beun upplled to their relief. They whom wo navo ueen speaKing iicucjcu tho ninn,'" I quoted, remembering tho on Christ and rejoiced in his salvation, Hues the Senntor had repeated to me. stood thick around tho stove warming sun cnncu tnemseives uio nu m themselves nnd tnklng off Its griddles "That's hound I" Uncle I'euhody and opening Its doors nnd surveying It sinners. Again wo usk, why do they with enthusiasm. bo dcscrlbo themselves? out with much curiosity. Aunt Dcel took my bund In hers and Inside nnd Wo would sum up an answer In "Now for tho ChrlstmoB tree," said moment surveyed it thoughtfully for a Undo Peuhody as ho led tho wuy into these words : Suluts know their own without spcuklugi was burn - sins better than unyono elso und bet"You ain't goln to liavo to Buffer our best room, whero a Are lilg in the old Franklin grate. "Como ter thuu tho bins of anyone else. They tbot wny no more," sho said In a low on, boys an' girls." feel the possibilities of evil stirring toue. Wo'ro goln' to bo moro comf'tn- What a wonderful eight was the within them und understand why the bio ayes. Yer uncle thought we better limrtyr exclaimed, us ho watched tho go West, but I couldn't bear to go off Christmas treo the first we had bad In our house a fine spreading balsam murderer who passed by on the wuy to so fur nn' leavo mother nn' father an' I Uncle Hiram tho gallows, "There I go, but for tin sifter Susan an' all tho folks wo loved loaded with presents Jumped Into the air and clapped his grace of God." Jjuhn Buuyun's chief layln' hero in tho ground alone I 6lns, In his unregenerute duys, weru : wnut to lay down with 'em by an by feet together and shouted "Hold me, profanity and lying, but one has said: somebody, or I'll grab the bull treo an' wnlt for the sound o' the away, with It." "It was Bplrltuul sins which in ufter I mebbe It'll bo for thou- - un' run yeurs luld their heuvy weluht over hi (Continued noit week.) it 1 conscience, und these7 ns"hTs greatest biographer well says, may be even more deadly than sensual sins In their moral recoil, Injing bare tho powers of tho soul " No matter how close to Christ we walk, our sense of obligation to htm for saving and keeping us will be so profound that we shall say sincerely, "Sinners, of whom I am chief." How happy that Paul can assure us, "This Is a faithful saying, worthy of nil acceptation, that Christ Jesus came Into the world to save sinners." Some find It hard to believe this good news. Iteferring to John Bunynn ngaln, wo recall how lie feared the day of grace was past for him. How happy he was to read the Scripture which suys, "Compel them to come In," and tho further statement, "Yet there Is room." Coming to more recent days, we think of Samuel Hudley, for mnny year tho superintendent of the Water Street mission of New York. Ho hnd fallen very low in sin und peemed u hopeless victim of drluk. When he sought tho Lord his one question wns, "Dear Jesus, cun you help me?" How blessed to know that the snylng Is faithful, reliable und worthy of acceptation by all men everywhere, that Christ Jesus cumo Into the world to ! i save sinners. Even if wo hnd no such explicit stntement, his very name would ussuro tho us of his mission. "Christ" Greek form of the Jewish "Messiah" nnd tells us thnt this Is thu ono so long foretold by prophets us coming to bear the sins of tho world. "Jesus" Is tho Greek form of the Hebrew "Joshua," But wo mcuulng "God Is Saviour." tiro not left to nn Inference from It's names but aro plainly told thnt his very purpose In coming Into the world was "to save sinners." Ho saves us, not In spite of the fnct thnt wo nro Blnners. hut because of thut very fuct. Wo recall the mail who went to good Lady Huntingdon In great distress of 1 1 I J"' soul und crying. "I am lost 1" "How glad I am," she replied, "for the Sou of Man Is como to beek nnd to buvo that which wus lost." Wondrous Works of God. 1 ' vl j "Stnnd still und consider the wondrous works of God." suys tho Blhlo. ltellglon will improve by getting moro of nuturo in It, und men will Improvo by loving it. Says Cowpcr: "Nature Is but a namo for nn effect whoso cnuso Is God." If one takes tho golden rulo with him ho can get to heaven by following tho path that leuds umong the flowers and tho woods. This should bo understood, for It purifies tho henrt and brings about tho upwurd look. There is less hopo for a man who does not read God's own word In his works. Edible Alarm Clock. was late In the afternoon when the Scotch minister arrived at the farmhouse. Tho housewife suggested that perhaps he would like a cup of tea before ho begun the "execlses." "Na, ua." said he, "I aye tuk my tea better when my work Is done. You cuu put the pan on and leave the door ajur, an' I'll draw to u closo In the prayer when I heur the huam flzzla'." ; It trum-LSfc-uy- Pace Four TUti CITIZKft Edward East is spending this week with homo folks in Way no county. You can find anything you want in children's hats nt Eva Walden's. (ad.) I.lnvd Ilncklev. who lms recently had his dischargo from tho Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 19 shaking hands with his many Berea friends this week. Mrs. Laura Jones' residence, where she "sells lints and sells them right"' is right by her store, corner of Chcslnul and Parkway, ad. Berea, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. Avery and family of North Carolina nro occupying rooms in Mr. Richardson's block on Short Street. The children havo entered tho Training School. Roy McCord, of tho Collego Department, has just returned from n visit nt homo in Alabama. Rev. and Mrs. K. B. English and children loft Berea, Monday, for Hardinsburg, Ky where they will make their future home. Rev. nnd Mrs. English had mado many friend sinee coining into our midst, and it is with much reluctance that wo see them lake their departure. They carry with them tho very best wishes of all their acquaintances here. Mrs. Nell Tindell, who has been spending tho year in Berea, accompanied them. They wero all taken as far as Louisville by Green Bales in his car. Nobby red, sailors, that small hat you want for dress, and for motoring at Laura Jones'. All tho newet things in fancy feathers and (lowers, and shapes. Give us your order; ad. we appreciate it. Treasurer Oshorno has had a severe siege of the llu during tho past week, hut is somewhat improved at April 3, 1010.. Berea College Hospital Host Equipment nnd Srrvlce nt Lowest Cot. Wnrtls for Men and for Women Private Roomn, llatlu, Kleclric Service. Sun-Parlo- wrrn the churches Union Church Tho Sunday-scho- ol with classes for nil nt 0:45. Preaching service at li a.m. The Banking Methods of Surgery, Care in Come in and RonKRT Eye, Note nnd Ear GENERAL PRACTICE vlult an ctnl)lllimrnt, which l n friend In need, Child-birth- , nnd In reach of all the people. H. CowLRV, M.I)., PhrslcUn Harlan Duiilky, M I)., I'hrslclan First Baptist Church nt 0:45 a.m. Preaching scrvico nt it a.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening Sunday-school Today principles recognized and applied in the operation of the Federal Reserve System. You owe it to yourselt to transact your banking busi- ness with a bank wmcn is a member of this system. a at 7:30. are based upon the Mkr. Anna 1'oWRt.t. II ackktt, R.N. , Superintendent Mrj. IIklen Stiarn Siiarpk, R.N., Assistant CHANGE IN RATES Tho B. Y. P. U. service nt 0:15. We extend n hcnrly wolcomo to all to unito with us In llioso services. REMEMBER llcglnnlng March l, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rate for patients cared for In the wards will 'remain the same $1 per dnr. Hr Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Tho meeting at tho Christian Church is supposed to closo next Lord's Day night. Every one is welcome. Meeting every evening this week nt 7:30. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. , X GREAT SPRING RALLY Best Blacksmithing Sclentillc horso shoeing, line Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Oillce. The Hew C. S. Knight left Tuesday noon for Michigan. The proposed road tax for Madison County was voted down last Saturday. Welch's new garage will soon he building. Mr. and Mrs. W. II Duncan and children, of Latonia, arc visiting relatives in Berea this week. Buy your hat at Laura Jones' millinery parlor. Very select stock, nil new, just in from the city. Styles and prices right. Corner Chestnut ad. and Parkway, Berea, Ky. Jackson will Friends of Mrs. D. ho glad lo know she is able to leave the hospital. She is with her daughter, Mrs. Rosco Sanders, near Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Jackson visited with Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Isaacs, of Estill County, last week. J. H. Jackson and son, Cecil, returned Friday after a thrco-weck- s' drive through the mountains. Miss Geneva Jackson is out after having measles. Hats, are cheap and of best stylo (ad.) at Eva Walden's. The International Y.M.C.A. which considered the question of having a general assembly of all workers for boys in May, a year from next May, had finally decided not to come to Berea, but to go to Blue Ridge where tho accommodation are somewhat more ample for summer work. Sgt. Earl D. Haley recently returned from France, a cousin of Mrs. Walker, is now in Berea. Havo you bought your new spring nnd summer hals? If not, buy them of Laura Jones. Mrs. Jones has just lost her big stock of hals all ready for sale on tho opening day by fire-- no insurance. She will appreciate your orders very much. ad. E.T. Fish, his son, and Mrs. Walker, and Sgt. Earl Haley, motored to Lexington, on Tuesday. Everything is sold cheapest at (nd.i Eva Walden's. Mrs. A. N. May is in the College Hospital, being troated for nervo trouble. Marvin French, a nephew of Miss is visiting her now. A. F. Scruggs is out of tho hos- kpilal after an operation. You will Unci 101 bargains at bva (ad... Walden's. Miss Sara Holliday, who was hore in school until Christmas, is visiting old acquaintances. Miss Mary Adams has been spending several days in Richmond with her sister Grace who is head nurse at the Gibson Inllrmary. Why huy your hals at Laura Jones? Because! Mrs. Joe Scrivncr, of Irvine, has been visiting for a few days in tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. A. on Center street. Gordon Hammond who has recently been discharged from army service is visiting relatives and friends in Berea this week. iSee those new skirts in latest material and style at Eva Walden's. (ad.i Mr. and Mrs. Roht. F. Spence are moving this week into Rev. C. & Knight's house on Jackson street. Earl Haley, who has just returned from overseas service, is spending the week in Berea with relatives. Becauso? Yes, you get the besj hat for your money. The hat is fitted to your own individual style. Mrs. Jones will not sell you an unbecoming hat. She takes pride ii filling you with the right hat for ad- you. Several members of the Collego Faculty arc attending the Mountain ..." urKris L.U111U1 uiau m this week. Ensign Richard Howard returned to New York, Tuesday, after a visit of several days in Berea. You can find anything you want in suits, capes and coats at Eva (ad.) Walden's. Lester Hill, who is county agent in agricultural work in McLean county, was a Berea visitor recently. Jeff Swango has been visiting home folks and friends at French-bur- g for several days. ppcrry, Four hundred nnd sovcnty-llv- o thousand, ono hundred and fifty-thrSunday-schopeoplo request your presence nt Church and Sunday-school, Somewhere in Ken-lucee ol ky Berea National Bank on x May 4, 1919 Reconstruction Days follow War "Except the Lord build tho house, they labor in vain Hint build it." Therefore, nccept this manifold invitation A I UNION CHURCH SOCIAL Union Church Social was given last Thursday, evening, from 7:30 to 8:30. v ESTER 0 AY ; There were many present and all had a jubilant good time. The program consisted of rend present. ings, music, tnlks nnd rcfroshmonU. C. L. KoyI, teacher or carpentry 2. is now teaching in Beren. I ne rvuiKy way. in tho Manual Arts Department, The nrch of the Milky Way Btrctchcs Central High School, Sauit Sic .Ma across the evening sky from oust t rio. Mich. west, rising between Orion nnd fleml-n- l. settings of Whito Leghorn A few where Jupiter Feems n gorgeous eggs for sale at 5c. for 15. (lliutiom! depending from Its luces; ad.p-- ll F. M. Livcngood. parsing through the golden chain o. John F. Fischer, who has been Cusslopela In the zenith, nnd descendI ho ninnncor of the Berea branch o ing to the western horizon between gem in Apollo's the Standard Wheel Co, of Terro Vegn, the dazzling lyre. Haute, Ind, for some six years and a half is being transferred to Tenn, since tho plant is Wife Are my doughnuts like being moved elsewhere. Mr Fischer those your mother used to mnko? tin nrnven himself to bo a man o Hub (sampling them) Well cr splendid, business ability and has the holes aro just the same. mado many friends in Berea and in Boston Transcript. the territory extending back from Berea for many miles. The people in this section will not only miss tho income they have been recciv- mr from the sale of their spoko timber, but more will miss tho gevery latest nial smile of the manager who has waited upon them with the courtesy which is characteristic of Mr. Fisch- New Spring & Summer er wherever you find him.. For the present Mr. Fischer's family will remain in Berea. 1900-190Ccn-tervil- le, 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. COME IN AND SEE THEM Fish's f MILLINERY f k B. E. BELUE Richmond NOTICE CO. Kentucky J. W. Hsrndoa BOONE TAVERN NEWS girls who had Ihcir hals bought or selected nt Mrs. Laura Jones' store before the flro will Ail tho please call nt Mrs. Jones residence. Her new millinery parlor will bo there till her storo is rcadv again. Wo enn fit you in hats there; call Friday nnd Saturday and any day after that till tho storo is opened, Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. 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. The record is being broken ngain and again by tho Tavern. This week there wero over one hundred transient guests. Wm. H. Mahon was a guest of his family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Burgess, from West Virginia, wero hero for a fow ,, days. Mrs. A. W. Ncal, of- - Cleveland, will bo at tho Tavern for a week or ten days. Mrs. R. R. Collins, of Berea, and her baby are here resting for awhile. A. R. Huff, a former Berea student, came in for a day or two. Wm. Henderson, of Louisville, was here on March 25. Marvin French, a nephew of Miss Sperry, is ono of tho gucsls. Clerk: "Now, sco here, little girl, can't spend tho wholo day showing I you penny toys. Do you want tho earth with a little red fence nround it for ono cent?" Littlo girl: "Let mo seo it." Life. has arrived and is now No maton display. ter how particular you are and how hard to please, we have every style and shape imaginable. It is to your advantage to make your selection early, thus assuring you of the very latest creation in millinery. r ZvV Will sell at public auction, May 1st, nt L. & N. freight depot, Berea, Ky, 3 boxes Lenox Soap, 5 cartons Lenox Soap, 2 carlpns wash powder, from Proctor fc Oamblo, Ivorydale, Ohio, consigned lo K. I". George Coal Co, account unclaimed. Signed, H. L. JAMES, agent, L. & N. railroad. Jno. F. Dean DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky Wo aro still selling Real Estate in and around Berea; but soon it will bo impossiblo to gel possession this yonr. as farmers nro making A few TOR SALE On April 15, I will sell nt Bcrca freight depot to tho highest bidder a refused shipment, consisting of, arrangements for tho year's work. more bargains in small fnrms nnd oily properly. Como nnd got ijiio while you can, they will be TOR SALE ighur next year. Ono complete saw mill, consisting Seo Dean nt tho Berea Bank nnd of a top saw rig and edgor, ono Trust Co.; catch Hcrndon on tho fly. power boiler and n power engine, nil in good condition; Respectfully, e. power gnsolino also t DEAN HERNDON, For particulars apply to Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. T. J. TODD, Paint Lick, Ky. ' ' ! , F. L. MOORE'S Wanted and For Sale nuo barrel of lubricating oil, con-- ! signed to W. C. Englo, Berea, Ky. Sale to bo held nt 10:00 o'clock a.m. ad. H. L. JAMES, Agent, L. &. N. Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Big Sale of FOR SALE Or Exchange for Other Proporty old jack and stalA good Railroad lion. EGGS TOR SALE Tho Beren Rhodo Island Poultry Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. IF IT'S HERE IT'S RIGHT IF IT'S RIGHT IT'S HERE Spring and Summer YOU CAN BANK ON THAT All-Wo- ol Suits Tailored at $26 to $60 HATS This Week J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky furnish quantities of eggs for Beren, Ky. hatching. Those eggs nro all from high class Docks, which havo been TOR SALE inspected nnd recommended by Tho J. Q. Sorivnor property on poultry specialists of tho Stato Colgood lege houso, Center Street. of Agriculture. well, nnd garden. Price 31.200. For Divisional secretaries nro: particulars seo E. A. Bonder. William Carl Hunt, Berea. S. P. Caudill, Conway. AGENT WANTED Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speedwell Profltablo Town nnd Collego Agen' Sold TO STIMULATE YOUK FAITH. cy open. Tennyson Trouscr Belt. br KBM) New, practical, TO QUICKKN YOUK I'ltAYKK-LIKK- . it, buys it. Sees wonderful soller. "Tennyson Bolt.'' "I CRIED, HE ANSWERED" i A FhithfullUeordaf Hemarkall and Sncly nd.- 311, Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. nd ISiUUfud Antwrt to Yaw ad.-1-3-- J. W. HliRNDON, Association is now prepared to BEREA. KY. Bourbon Poultry Remedy 'lit Ukilltf Kiln run aiiUirt iiU mup .uiiki or.'lii. nn4 A f"i1rni. In lh Clirina VU1U3 Ik OUT) .iki'ili dlirnM't. " r.c bo' nr I' iiii tj. 4t at Atilrurit'hU i .ot" :i Yu'i ntla try Um.ii fr vn rtiuuu ISUIIOI Until C3..1.i!.:lan li. mntft i I'jif ifi re 111 iiunr ai h.i li. r Porter-Moo- Drug Co. Avo?d!iHf?5iOl INTRODUCTION 0V C1UUU GALLAUDLT TKUUBUU. L0CUST EVA WALDEN POSTS TOR SALE All Sizes WM. HAYES, U I AUut 128 tuthantle and mo itvmUIi iiwIm uxir mh4 Mutr rmiUtWtuM CItIf All IWr4Bff. vtrtml wn4tUM 4IMUJ fur Uii (Milmoni For particulars call on or writo: ad. - Dm A incalJ A smut la li fWUwl A w fiMi Uulttod w ImmIi CkiuiLt fiMiMir la rufiWrUaMtf aaiMMwfttfcddUeitti mUmm I alUu(tiii Uiia UMM(MMHI U ! IvlWtICtlU tM rtrr ? Big Hill, Ky. urttrt, 10: Bit tut $1 ! to ttwt Tk UU Uuu CWtu au'i, U2 X. USttU St (km Nt April 9, 1010. Contagious diseases are subsiding and bolli patients and suspects aro ON OF DANZIG "7Vie most iome.e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." 1 chiming lo their places in school. plcaso Parents and guardians watch for "F" on grade cards of Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. German Parties Approve Reply children. Investigate. For Students and Parents, Business Men nnd Excursionists Misses Bowles and Elliott went to Sent to Entente Over Richmond, Saturday. City. On the T)lxte Highway Brother Bennett, the evangelist, j ;4, and the singer, Mr. Arnold, con dueled chapel exercises Thursday HUNS WILL FIGHT FOR TOWN last week. We nro all glad lo have Miss G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT SitThe :,7th Annual Encampment ol Childs with us again. Tho children Berlin Newspaper Sees Serious uation Over Insistence Upon Use gave her a hearly welcome. A family Newapaptr for all that It right the Department of Kentucky, Grand of Daltlc Port by Polish Troops Roht. Speneo speaks quile entrue, and Interfiling Army of (he Republic, Is to be held Garrison at Berea. The dale is May tilli to thusiastically of tho Public School 1'ul.llilir.l aery Thuraday at Ilerea. Ky. runlingencics of tho Agricultural Killl. Paris March ,11. The Echo do Paris BEREA PUBLISHING CO. This will be an occasion of special Club. declares Hint llm allies will Insist Mrs. Way has turned over the upon the lanilliig of General Hnller'H (Incorporated) interest to nil classes of our people, WM. C. FROST, lo eiliens and students. From year school garden nrmy work to Mrs. troops nt Danzig. A rumor was In circulation here Sulitcription Katet Id year it is held at different place, Noble and others. All school army at Danzig lintl rAVAIIt.K IN ADVANCE last year being at Ihe city of Cov- people should read The Citizen for Unit the nlllcs' missionmorning's news One Veer been interned. The I1.M ington. It is a great honor to us to helps and hints. Rii Month) . .W no conThree Month .to have About 200 public school children papers, however, declare that been re it come here. While the G.A.P. firmation of this rumor hail b Send monejr 'mt'Jer or Hurraa Mnn- -r organization of the state makes so look in the Blue Bird movie, Tues- ceived In French olllclal quarters. Ac Order. Draft. Iteditefid letter, r vne and two rent aumpa. lection of the place, other patriotic day p.m, nt tho Scale Theatre. cording to the Purls edition of the The date after your name nn label ahowe to Thanks (o Mrs. Spencer and others LoihIoh Dally Mall, a telegram received what date tour autcrltkn la paid. If It la not societies affiliated with it bold their changed within tiree weeka after renewal notify yearly conventions atthosamotlmo for special rates to school children. nt tho French foreign olllcu reported ua. Miss Bowles, Mrs. Muncy, Miss serious disorders hud occurred at DanMlaalnr numta-r- t will m Kla.Hr aulll if we and place. There is tho Woman's Re are noUftnl. terma iiltrn to any who obtain new aul lief Corps, Ladies of tho 0. A. R and Elliott, Miss Scale, Miss Dean and zig Instigated by the declared to liberal aerlntivna forua. Anr one aendlna ua four vearlv Mrs. Clark visited Knapp Hall Tues- The demonstrations are ulacrltlona can receive The Cltlien free for Suns of Veterans. Tho whole town have been directed at the allies' misonf ir.it and vicinity will bo glad lo unite in day morning for picture study witli sion. Advertltlnir rateaon application. Miss Parker. showing respect lo theso visitors. Note Not an Ultimatum. Mrs. Spink made an appeal beParis, Mnrch ill. The recent note I'laiis are already being made by THE BLUE BIRD fore tho teachers meeting, Tuesday sent by the ullles to the German armisTho "Blue Bird'' was shown In llm the State Headquarters and the local evening, for an occasional commu- - tice commission at Spit regarding the G.A.H. post to m&ko this encamp College Chapel tin Monday night for nily social at the Public School landing of Gen. Halter's Polish forces tho citizens, and on Tuesday niglil mnnl a notable one. There will be building. A commilleo was appoint nt Danzig 'did not take the form of an distinguished speakers from abroad for tlio students. ed to consider and make recom ultimatum, as stated by the Berlin to Marcel newspapers, according It proved to ho all thai wan Some interesting details will be nieinhtions. lltitln In the Echo do Paris. claimed for it. It was a master noted from lime lo limy in The Parent-Teache2d Association, Germans Approve Note. mind's oinliodimotit of the great se- Citizen. Friday in April, 3 p. m., school audi Copenhagen, March 31. According cret of happiness. loritun. Everybody invited. to the Berlin Tagehlatt all parties In GREAT REVIVAL WILL CLOSE Louiso Godby supplied for a per the Weimar national assembly, IncludSUNDAY BOONE TAVERN OARAGE TO BE socialists, aping the Independent The great revival in the Christian iod for .Misses Scale and Dean Tucs proved the government's reply to the BUILT day morning. Work lias begun on a now Church which has been sweeping We regret lo part with tho school entente note over Danzig. The German brick garage on tho Kirby lot on tho forces of evil before it will lunch next week. Mrs. Best and STATE CAMPAIGN FIVE DAYS-A- PRIL 7 to 11 Center Street. The old residence close Sunday evening. . mr tlint lliininrv' retention The Rev. 11. Gordon Bennett, and ber band of faithful women have has been moved to make room for it rendered a great, service lo the of the note recently sent to her by the The garage will bo known as tho his singer, It. Paul Arnold, assitcd school and community. campaign will come to a close Friday entente hnuhl have taught the entente i V I UIFI k 11 D evening, April 11. Boone Tavern Garago and will by the pastor, Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, IIIUL. UI1IIL Miss Huff played hostess for Mrs, powers that It Is "not only Inhuman Six million Jewish people are sufferbo equipped with all modern equip havo conducted a marvelous cam- Clark's little people, Tuesday morn but foolish to treat defeated opponents j paign. There have been more than ing us slaves upon whom any ii'imiuaiioti niont. FOR WAR SUFFERERS and the tortures of disease, starvation nn hour. ing for death In the devastated war zones It has been leased to and will bo forty members added to tho church. The following is the honor roll can lie Imposed." of Ilussla, Gnllcla, Itoumanla, LithuThe topic today is, "A Revival Hint of War Renewal by Foe. operated by K. B. Scrivnor and Geo, for the 7lh month of school. ania and Palestine alone. Thousands " Merlin. March 111. The Lokal Friday night V. Moore who expect to open up Meeting in a First Grade Harry Hall, Carl publishes n statement that It Kentuckians to Raise $250,000 of them will die before aid can reach tho Evangelist will talk on 'Tho them, but the rest can be saved If about Juno I. During April 711 For Jewish people of America act promptly. the Model Conversion." A great musical Williams, Wallace Williams, Grace understands that a suspension of the Chasteen, Erby Scale, Delta Combs, armistice with the entente allies Is will be given Saturday night. Mr. The American Jewish Committee for Destitute In Eastern AUTOMOBILE RUNS 01T BRIDGE Second Grade Clarence Jonea, possible. the Ilellef of War Sufferers, under Arnold will he assisted by Miss The I.okal Anzelger thinks thnt n Mr. Harnett Riddle, of Conway, Gcorgo Europe whose direction the campaign Is unClaire I.eedy and Miss Una Gabbard, Earl Bales, Oswald Lamb, Ky, and two of his sons were Miss Rix, John Hall, Convy Anderson, Jas, serious situation has arisen through dertaken, Is composed of Nathan Mablo Lewis, pianist, and exchange of notes between Genthe B. Moore, Mable Best, Grace Penn Morgan-tbeathrown out of their automobile into others. One of the most urgent appeals ever Straus, Jacob Schlff, Henry oral Ntidunt and the German governlouls Marshall, Arthur Lehman ington, Alma Lake. Silver Creek when the car struck ment ovej1 permitting Polish troops to presented to the people of Kentucky and others. Tli in! Moore land there. While It does not abandon tho Silver Creek bridge and was Grade Geneva DR. RAINE HAS RETURNED Is to be made by the great Mamie McKinney, Dorothy Kindred hope that General Niltlant will nccept thrown off into Iho water Saturday Dr. .las. Watt Ralne has returned drive under the direction of leadGodby, Myrtle Cox, Mae the German reply as a concession, the evening. PROCLAMATION ing citizens of the state to raise $230,-00- 0 GOVERNOR'S from his war work and is taking Oberhen newspaper fears that Ids note has no .Mae Peters, Willard Ward, Tho injuries sustained were only up his old for the relief of Jewish war sufduties as teacher in the Todd. Eula Danzig to other aim than to deliver slight. Tim car was mangled con College. Dr. Geo. W. ferers lu the stricken areas of EastMonde filled govern Commonwealth of Kentucky, William Haley, the Poles, nnd counsels the siderable, but being a Ford it was his place while ho was Fourth Grade ern Kurope. The drive will take place ' A. O. Stanley, Governor. absent. ment not to yield an Inch. soon patched up in running condiWilbur Wynn, Clarence Rix, Ferris The fitting mil MIttag accuses the April 7 to 11, and during that time nr. name was one or ucrea's A Proclamation. every effort will be made to raise this tion. It was taken to Cornelius' greatest contributions lo tho war, Rix, Willard Combs, Lucy Johnson entente statesmen of having had their To the People of Kentucky, Greetings: garage here and after it had been He, has done bis bit, and is back to Kathleen VanWinkle, Susie Grant brains ntldled by the occurrences In sum. Whereas, the recedlng'armles of the The drive In Kentucky Is similar to I Dollie McKinney, Nora Marshall, Hungary. H1 in order the Riddles proceed give his valuable those to be conducted In every state Central Powers have left In their wake attention to Be Ellen Best, I.illie Mao Anderson. Objections to Landing at Danzig. ed to (heir homo in Rockcasllo Co. rea's students. In the union during the year or Just Indescribable scenes of suffering and Copenhagen, March 31. The full previous to this period. Some of the privation, torture, famine nnd death, Fifth Grade Clicll is Peters, Wal (er Rix. Forest Wyatl, William text of the German reply to the allies drives are now going on. Last yeur our duty to the oppressed and enORDINATION SERVICE SALE FOR SCHOOL TAX Hayes, Monia Lee Anderson, Susie concerning the landing of Polish troops Kentucky gave between $50,000 and slaved peoples of the Old World Is I, or some ono for me, will on An improssivo service was held nt Danzig shows that Germany made 500,000 to this cause, but the subscrip- only half Mulshed when the Invader Is Robinson. n point that It did not undertake to Monday, May 5, 1919, at the Baptist Church last Sunday from Sixth Grade Clara Griflln, Louis give free access to the Polish army tions were practically all made by driven lands. the borders of these sufmorning, when three of tho mem- being County Court day, between It is a pleasant and a Jewish people. The present drive Is fering Gabbard. Howard Pennington, Nancy to Wet Prussia In the armistice agreenot only to be participated In by peo- Christina duty to minister to the wants s. tho hours of. 10:00 a. m. and 2:00 p bers were ordained lo .serve as Godby, Estella Scott, Lucilo Bales, ment with the entente powers. The ple of every faith, but It Is to be di- of those whom we have made free. Dr. Felton delivered tho uu in front of tho court liouso in reply says: The boon of freedom Itself can not rected as well In many sections by obiirgo to the candidates for ordi- Richmond, sell tho following. prop Bessie Ledford, Ruth Johnson. "Since the conclusion of the armi save the starving from death, or the people. Seventh Grade Ray Kindred. nation, and the pastor urged upon erty to satisfy tho tax duo the Berei The response for workers has met linked from the winds of winter, or Eighth Grade Emil Anderson stice the entire situation In I'osen. the congregation the need of co- Graded School, of Berea, Ky, for Mary Danzig, has entire with Instant and unqualified success. bouse the homeless. West Prussia Lee Wynn, Elinor VanWinkle, ly changed." ami operating wilh (bo Board of Dea- 1018. Today upon the Eastern front there Everywhere In all parts of the state Winnio Hackett. Offering the ports of Stettin, koen- - have come Indications of the desire are untold millions of men, women 5 2.09 cons in carrying out tho spiritual Lillian Ambrose Igsherg. Memll or I.lbnu, the German and the willingness of nil to make the and children of the Jewish race who (.07 Lou Bobon and temporal work of the church. government says that "all necessary campaign a big success In order that are In the direst need of the simplest KENTUCKY NEWS 1,75 English has proven himVernin Collins Brother (Continued from Pigs Ons) facilities for the speediest possible relief may be carried to the starving necessities, of life, and unless they find 7.72 W. T. King self a faithful and elllcient pastor one of the largest coal corporations landing and transit of General Hol- and destitute .millions on the eastern succor here and find It without delay 3.02 during his ministry in Berea, and A. D. Logsdon these wan sufferers will sink forever in tho country, will drill twenty ler's nrmy to Poland will be provided." battle fronts. 4.07 II. M. Mooro as bo enters upon his now Held of From the standpoint of railroad fa Col. Fred Levy, of Louisville, one of under the burdens of want and opprestest wells for oil and gas through 2.50 W. T. Poll labor ho tins the joy of knowing that cilities," the reply adds, "the routes the best known business men nnd sion, torture nnd outrage, which no Clay and Owsley counties. Drill philanthropists In Kentucky, Is tho tongue can tell or pen portray. 3.10 from these cities lead more speedily bis work here has borne much fruit. Guss Stewart ing material, it is said, will lie as- to TO the aid of these victims the goal without entailing Inter- general chairman of the state-wid- e 29.07 bruU. S. Wyatl Each department of tho church is sembled at onco. Tho tests will bo ruption of Importations of foodstuffs campaign. Col. Levy will be assisted tality the Kentucky Division of the of L.A. WATKINS, well organized and in a position to for deep oil and gas and tho whole to Poland." by the following staff of executive American Jewish ltellef Committed carry on (he work effectively. Tax Collector, program beads : has determined to carry on a campaign of testing will bo carrri Increase Garrison at Danzig. Paris, March 31. News has been re- ed out, irrespective of tho outcome State Campaign Director, Charles for the raising of funds. Therefore, I, A. O. Stanley, Governof tlio first wells. Tho Peabody in eel veil that the Germans are Increas- W. Morris, Louisville. Is Special Kepresentatlve of Uie Amer- or of Kentucky, Issue this proclamaterests own over 50,000 acres in tho ing the garrison nt Danzig. This to taken ns indicating an Intention ican Jewish Committee for War Re- tion setting aside April 7th to 11th, two counties. 1010, us Jewish War ltellef Days In resist whatever disposition the pence lief, Albert Lewln, New York City. conference may make of the port. Director of the Campaign for Louis- the State of Kentucky. The Louisville Courier-Journ- al Hamburg and Stettin are considered In Testimony Whereof, I have ville, Harry Illoom. announced that Henry Watterson, ns the natural commercial outlets to Chairman State Publicity liureais, mused these letters to bo made paraccording ent, and the seal of the Commonthe newspaper's editor since 1808, the sen for Sidney H. Iternhelm, Louisville. o a decision renched by the commis Chairman State Speakers' Ilureau, wealth to be hereunto alllxed. Done and editor emeritus since last Aug at Frankfort, the twenty-fourtday of ust, had requested bis retirement. sion on the International regime of Itabbl Joseph Ituuch, Louisville. ports anil railways. This Chairman for Jtefferson County, Cy- March, In the yenr of our Ixml, one Mr. Watterson recently passed Ills waterways, We still have several tons of bulk lime on hand. Get thousand nine hundred ami nineteen, action, which grants the demands of rus Adler. seventy-nint- h birthday. Tlio news the Czecho-Slovndelegntes to the In addition to theso gentlemen the anil In the one hundred nnd twenty-sevent- h it while you can. paper said the editor's action was pence conference, would provide. It following prominent citizens comprise yeur of the Commonwealth. partly dint to his variance with tho dually approved, that the new repub n portion of the State Advisory Hoard: A. O. STANLEY, Courier-Journ- al olllcials on tho pro- lic enjoy every privilege as to foreign Uov. A. O. Stanley, Frankfort. Don't forget to paint your house with our 10096 pure Governor of Kentucky, Col. P. H. Callahan, Louisville. posed League of Nations, he, tho commerce nt the two jtorts as If they . Warren's Paint. S. Thurston llullard, Louisville. l paper says, being against (bo pro- actually belonged to It. Czceho-SIovaBenjamin S. Washer, Louisville. trade would reach posal, wbilo the ofilcers favor the ORGANIZING THE 8TATE. Hamburg and Stettin through the Elbo Hen Straus, Louisville. Let us screen your windows and doors. issue. T .....la II., .... -l , v and Oder rivers on boats (lying the ..u,, Workprg from ,h0 Kentucky state Czecho slovak colors. In addition to Other members of the Advisory headquarters of the American Jewish UNITED STATES NEWS these craft, the republic would be al- Committee will be nnnounced later. Our line of building material is complete. Committee of ltellef for Jewish War (Continued from PiflS Out) lowed to possess a merchant sen tleet. Plans for tho campaign have been Sufferers In Louisville 1ms been pond near tho city. Tlio pilot was The same privilege would be extendway for some time and the or- - cling about the state working up Call us. We are at A'our service. not seriously burl. ed to Switzerland regarding navigaIs rapidly being effected, terest In tho coming campaign, April tion of the Ithlnu and the operation of There are to bo 20 districts In the to raise $203,000 In the state for Indictments charging fraud and merchant vessels. Btate, each district with Its district relief work. Col. Fred Levy ami ihotngo in tho manufacture of chairman and secretary, they to direct Itabbl Joseph Itauch visited Paducah, BELMONT, JR., DIES tho work lu the various counties In Princeton, Hopklnsvlllo and Howling lolls for tho United States Govern AUGUST their districts. Tho county organlza- - Green and wero given enthusiastic ment woro rotiirned by a Federal will bo formed nnd then city or-- eeptlons. Emll Tachau and Ed Sachs York and Jury in Knovvillo against tlio Son of New Following Operation guulzatlons for the larger cities and toured the illtie Grass, visiting I.exlng-town- s Succumbs llliain J. Oliver Manufacturing In the counties. It Is expected ton, Frankfort, Versailles, Paris, Itlch-thfor Intestinal Trouble. Mill nnd Yards Near L. & N. Depot Coinpnny and a number of ofilcers the entire organization will bo ef- - mond and Winchester, where they met f tho company. A separato in- t, fected very shortly and that every- - the most representative citizens of all New York, March 31. August Berea, Kentucky Jr., died hero following an op- thing will bo lu readiness for the faiths and laid extensive plaus tor a llnlment was returned against J. .A (dolor, ono of tlio Government eration for Intestinal trouble. He was opening day, Monday, April 7. The successful campaign. 87 years old. i itnesses. BOONE TAVERN PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dlznoy, Principal ALLIES TO INSIST USE OUR BOYS FREED THEM WON'T YOU FEED THEM? - The Citizen r4 Ldrior-in-CM- mmm r's Alt UiniL lift Jr-il.- n dea-wm- . USE LIME FOR FERTILIZING YOUR CORN Czecho-Slovnkl- h k I k uu. trav-tind- er STEPHENS & MUNCY re-tlo- o at Parte 8lx THE CITIZEN April 3, 1010, MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator Wallaceton, Ky. Jmie Farmers' Night School, con duced by II. 0. Lamb and the County Agent, closed Saturday night with tho average attendance of SI. Tho mooting was held in tho Wal- lacclon Chapel and wo all wish to express our thanks and appreciation lo tho trustees for the uso of the ' SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds lo your general education. money-earning FARMERS' NIORT SCHOOL Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. This was a very profltablo wcok. 2nd Door Tho enllro program was carried out Foundation School Mr. Karakcr, soil as arranged. General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some specialist, Prof. Anderson, live, vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, stock specialist, Mr. Chapin, Poultry we can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for Specfalist, Mr. narrolt, Roys' nnl most rapid improvement Girls' Club specialist, from Iho Slato Collego of Agriculture, all attended 3rd Door English Academy Course tliis meeting and gave splendid nd- -, rur iiioso wno are not expecting to tcacii ana who are not going slralions and led discussions, giving thru Collego and desire mor general education. It also givos farmers. the best general education for thoso who wish a good start lo Miss Dizncy, Prof. Baird, Mr.1 study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Muncy, Mr. Fielder, Prof. Clark, all from Berca College, also nllcndcd 4th Door Normal School tliis school and conducted demon- -, This gives the bejt training for Ihoso who expect to teach. slralions and led dsicussions, giving Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tho ; valuable information and inspiration summer and fall and attend sehool through tho winter and spring, lo all tho people prcsont. thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. WATCH YOUR BEES Tho meeting Monday night was led Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." John1 I. Examine colonics during first by Mr. J. W. Herndon and Mr. warm days in Spring, V. Welch, of nerca. Mr. Welch gave' Academy Course 2. Largo numbers of colonies 5th Door a very inspiring address which starve to death in Spring, mis ismesiraigniroaa to uoiiego nest training In Mathematics aroused tho interest of tho peoplo, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The along the line of agriculture and the! 3. Quantities of Winter stores are Academy is now Berea's largest department eaten during early brood-rearinpossibilities in tho Held. S. Unfavorable Spring weather Mr. Herndon, as usual, brought out, Door Berea College prevents field flights and colo tho bright side of living and tlio nies with a small supply of - value of being ablo to smilo and do inis is me crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard honey aro apt to starve. courses in all advanced subjects. tho work. 5. Feed colonies short in stores Mr. II. 0. Lamb, tho chairman of A with honey or a woak sugar twcnty-flv- Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For tho meeting) certainly showed hisi o years the board bas remained tho same in Berea, but the syrup. interest in this mooting and tho! unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes community-at-Iarg- o, 6. Do feeding inside of hives to by giving hisi it impossible for us lo livo on the same money as we have in the past prevent robbing. service, in Iho transportation of tho 7. When feeding jweak colonies, speakers, from Berca to Wallaceton PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent make hivo entrance smaller lo by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: and return, each night. prevent robbing. Many farmers suggested Ihalthey Expanses for Boys 8. Contract brood in weak colonics would like to start tho Farmers' VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY Night School as an annual affair at by using partition board lo save FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKOC Wallacclon. No doubt it will beat of colony. Incidental Fee $ 5.00 $ COO 5,7X0 0. Sco that tho queen is alive. If ono of tho chief events of Room 5.00 ' 5.00 5.00 colony has no queen, transfer Board, 5 weeks Iho year. 11.25 11.25 11.23 framo of comb containing egg' Thero wero 92 bullotins distriAmount duo March 26, 1919 ... 21.25 22.25 23.25 buted at this meeting to thoso who and young larva? from strong Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. 11.25 11.25 11.25 desired information on subjects discolonv to one without queen. 10. Suppjy bees with fresh water cussed. Total for Term '$32.50 $3350 31.50 'Limestone in Wallacclon section close at hand. Expenses for Girls wHl bo analyzed as soon as possiblo Elements is now s 5.00 lo sco if it will pay lo grind it for' on the press. A post card or a letter Incidental Fee $ 7.00 $ COO .. agricultural purposed. If it will to the Collego of Agriculture at Lex Room C.00 5.00 5.00 pay, tho farmers will install a 10.00 ington is all that is necessary to Board, 5 weeks 10.00 1050 Amount due March 20, 1919 .. . 20.00 at Wallaceton. place it in the farmer's mail box, 21.00 22.00 Board, 5 weeks, due April 30. . 10.00 The slogan for Wallacclon is 10.00 10D0 "Moro Lime, Moro Legumes and SCHOOL GARDEN LESSON Total for Term More Livo Stock." ..'$30.00 $31.00 '$32.00 Now is tho time to plan for our - ,, I. i bciiuui gurucu. nrst 01 an, wo must This does not Includo the dollar deposit nor money for books or BIG HILL FARMERS' to Una select mo place. ntrtit crnnnT thal receives plentyTry sunshine, ono laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. as of Tho farmers at Big Hill have Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business shown so much Interest in n week's sunugiu is very necessary 10 piani Fall U'intrr ,if Serine farmors' night school and have made Stenography and Typewriting $1 i.00 $12X0 10.00 uxi iuuk ai mo sou Sec that it Bookkeeping (brief course) arrangements for tho meetings so 14.00 12.00 10.00 is deep. A soil must bo deep be .well, that tho county agent has Bookkeeping (regular course) COO 7.00 5.00 leaders from tho State Col- cause roots require depth in order Business course for students .t... ground lego of Agriculture, Loxington, and to fasten themselves into the in other departments: 1050 0.00 7.50 from Berca Collego for the week be- It also must bo deep because it must Stenography contain moisture, for as you well ginning April 7. Typewriting, with one hour's Tho following subjects will bo dis- know, water is essential to lifo. 7.00 use of instrument 6.00 6.00 If you aro planning lo grow bean?, Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. cussed: Seeds, both field and gar1.80 den, Soils and Fertilizers, Feeding choose the sunny side of tho fence, Arith or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 150 pulIho Cows', Crop Rotation and Culti- dig a deep trench all along and vation, Livo Stock Cattle, Hogs. verize tho earth well. If you ara In no case will suecinl Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Sheep and Poultry , Fruit Growing, planning to uso a seed bed, spade it All students do some work with their hands from six to six the soil and and tho Boys' and Girls' Agricul- deeply, pulverize teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printsmootli it down. tural Club work. ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which J This will bo tho last Farmers' To pulvcrizo means. to tako out all reduces their expenses. Iho hard lumps and to make the Night School conducted this spring young man or young woman can get an education Any by tho county agent All Iho far- earth flno liko sugar and (lour. Now at Berea if there is the will to do so. pulvcrizo tho soil just as deeply as mers in tho Big Hill vicinity arc If it is impossible for any young mnn or young woman to be asked to arrango and plan their you havo turned it up crush out in school the full year, by all means they thould enter for a course durwork so as to attend each night and every lump. ing the winter and spring terms. tako part in this wftrk. Tho farmers aro also requested lo mako a list of Noxt week wo will talk about the The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers questions on tho subjects abovo seeds. They will soon bo hero. . nnd advanced pupils should not be idlo through the long winter mentioned and bring them to each -- 1 CINCINNATI MARKET3. months but should be studying in Herca where the best education can meeting to bo discussed. bo gotten for least money. '' Tho leaders of Iheso meetings will Hay and Grain, Corn No. 2 white $t.U33l.G5. No. 8 not lecture, but will only lead tho Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an discussions with Iho peoplo prcsont. white $1.01 1C3. No. 2 yellow $1,633" above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi 1.05, No. 2 mixed Sl.01iJl.G3, No. 3 mixed $l.K)0l.Ol, white ear $1.C0S signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli A NEW POTATO DISEASE 1.02. yellow ear $1.0101.03. teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. 4 ' A new discaso lias niudo its apFor information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, .Sound Huy Timothy, per ton, S33.50 pearance in Kentucky and must bo ftlltt.M, ami sound clover mixed $31.50 MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. guarded against. This is known us ti?3l.50, sound clover $27.50030.50. Outu No. 2 white 72073e, standlittlo potato. This disease shows in stoma nbovo gr.ound, in rotting of ard white 71 14072c. No. 3 white 71 completed, nnd rendy for tho "graiv 71Vje, No. 2 mixed 70 71c. USE CENTURIES-OLMETHODS nry" It Is Mored In large urns called tho stems near tho ground level, and Butter, Efjgt and Poultry. proin only littlo potatoes being "blHsn," which are protected by a thick Ilutter Whole milk creamery extras duced in tho hills. This organism 05c, centralized creamery extras U3V&C, Ceylonese Reap and Qrlnd Grain In coating of mortar. Tho "hlsna" looks Much the Same Way a In small thatched cottage, tiut It like lives iu tho soil for years liko a scab. llrsts notfe. Biblical Times. Is really n miniature silo. When needAt present, tho littlo potato is rare Kjtgs Prime firsts 38V4c, firsts ed for breads or curry, the grain Is ordinary llrsts 37'4c. in Kentucky, but by using At Knndy, Ceylon, the entire method ground by the women on huge flat wo can keep it out of. our Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs, of planting, reaping and grinding grain stones much like the "inetnte" of tho 'soils. This discasu is carried in W)c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 38e; roust Js conducted us a religious ceremony. Mexicans, another round stone resemlbs, 3le, blackish hard lumps or patches on lug chickens, over 2 do, underfowls, 5 Tho work of currying the sheaves Is bling rolling plu In shape, being used 1I)M 5 lbs, ami over, 31c; allotted to the women, und It Is n pic- - to crush the grain. It Is then cooked Uio potatoes. These patches vary 35c; do, roosters, 22c. turesijuo sight to sea them bearing In various ways. in iho from a pin head to a grain of Live Stock. away tho huge on wheat. Thoy look liko dirt, but they Shippers $13015.50. choice their heads. At bundles of sheavesbufCattle THE HAS AND THE ARE eventide teams of $12013.73, common to fair $711.G0, won't wash off. To prevent getting gotfd to falo as Innocent of muzzles as though heifers, extra $13013.75, this disease, uso clean seed potatoos choice $11012.50, common to fair subject to Mosula law, itro brought to I'd rather ho a Could Bo and, if any of theso black lumps are $0.50fi10, cowti, extra $10012, good to tho threshing lloor unit driven over If 1 could not bo an Aro; noticed, disinfect tho seed potatoes choice $8.50010, common to fair $5.73 this paddy to the accoiputilmcnt of 08. a community chorus. When well trod- For a Could Bo is a May Bo, with corrosivo sublimalo. Formalin Witli a chance, of touching par. Calves Extra $15.50015.75, fair to den by tho herd, the buffuloes uro drivdoes not prevent the little potato good $13015.25, common and large $0 en nway to their respective swamp I'd rattier bo a Has Been disease. 012. wullows. Tho straw Is now removed Than a Might Havo Boon, by far; Corrosivo sublimate is a whits heavy shippers by tho women from tbo paddy, and For a Might Havo Boon has novcr Selected Hons $19.75, medium and mixed packers $10 powder, sold by any druggist. the latter fanned free of rubbish. Tho bocn, 010.75, stags of mercury is another name choice henvy $10011.50, common to gruln Is next tossed and funned 011 fat sows $12017.25, light winnowing trays, entirely by bund. r But a Has was onco an Are. for it. It costs 20c. an ounce. One shippers $17018.25, pigs (110 lbs anl Ladies' Homo Journal. The metlutl takes some days. When ounco is dissolved In 1V gallons of lCM) $11010. church. waler. It Is easier lo wcl the cor rosive sublimnto in a small amount of water, making a paste, and llion to add Iho rest of tho 1M gallons n r water. Before cutting tho polntoe they arc soaked, in n sack, in the corrosive sublimate for thirty min utes and no longer. Then tho tuber are spread out to dry before culling, Corrosive sublimate is a dcadl poison and therefore it should lie kept out of children's reach. It should not bo used in metal contain ors, but in a wooden tub or barrel Corroslvo sublimalo should not bo sed over three times, unless ronew- cd with fresh solution, for It loses strength rapidly. It controls srnb a well as Iho little pQtalo disease, so that if the potatoes are treated with it, the formalin treatment for scab Is wliolly'unncccssary. The disinfecting of seed potatoes is a preventative measure. It is economy lo spend 50c. to $1. an acre to insure a potato crop against los from scab and Utile potato, PEOPLE Ith Berea's Vocational Schools powor, combined TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Berea's Berea's Berea's Berea's Preparatory g. j 6th j j be-co- pul-voriz- er 1 1 1 ' " THE PRICE OF "PEP" lof human inf1rmlllos. And you cap. Dccauso it is dark when ho gels buy it, sir, any placo for tho iil homo each night after work, ho rise prico of fifteen cents por at six in tho morning, carries a qlinrt, purity and youth guaranteed, lamp into tho back yard and gathers namo blown In ovory bolllo. Think in nn armful of frozen kindling of III Fifteen cents per day is tho wood, builds n lira In two stove., prico of pepl Drink milk, sir, and and puts wntor lo heat on tho gas bo what my wlfo calls mo a man range. With bno oyo on Hie mir- wllli Iho tireless oncrgy of a ror and (lie other watching his ham nnd tho calm placidity of a and eggs nnd coffco, ho hnrvcsls his a milk cowl" whiskers. Then ho cats In exactly California. L.L.D. ono nnd three-fourtmlnuloj, In Hoard's Dairyman. wakes tho wife- and six kids, nnd runs seven blocks up hill to catch his car. Ho travels nn hour and forty minutes to his work, puts in hnrd licks all day in an olllcc, com Soon to Be mutes homo nt night, cats supper by by lamp-ligh- t, then works until ton or cloven on tho books tluil must be 1110 treasury Department Is noon balanced. Week in and week out, to send out over tho country tho crest that's his schedule two days' work t'M wnr picture ever drawn. It will be called 'The Prico of In ono; nnd through it all ho keeps Ponce" and is nn nssembllng of thn his health and temper. most thrilling of Iho thousands of feet "You seo, It's liko this," ho told mo of film tnken by omdal photographers when I said I would pay any price of tho wnr college who followed tho to havo ills "pep." "I hnvo learnod Vnnk from his home to the front and that we get out of our system Just back ngnln. The film will ho released only what wo put In it. I drink enegcry Liberty oat it and drink it overy day. I through shown Loan committees nnd will ho freo used to be with the tired bunch a couplo of cocktails every night after Men List work, a big beef dinner at homo Just before going to bed nnd ns soon Liberty Bonds as the false stimulation had worn The nntlon.il convention of Insurance oh I was nil in. Now, instead of Hint junk. ( have, n light lunch, a commissioners recently decided that of part of which is always n couplo of In the auditing yearMl Insurnnro ending December i for the rhoeso sandwiches nnd a glass of 31. 1918. par would be nllowod for all' buttermilk. I eat just hnlf as much Liberty Bonds. Financiers seo In this 'nctlon of tho at night ns I uVd (o, but drink a whole lot of miik Then just when alwnys enroful nnd nlwnys eomerrn- I go to bed, I sneak out into tho tlvo Insurance commissioners a cerkiloben and boisl another milk higli tain Indication that the present low prices of Liberty Bonds of tho first kbnll without tho high. I sleep like four Issues are only temporary nnd dreamy-eye- d row that lies down that the bonds are soon to go nbore a In green pasture nud I wako with par. Tho nctlon should bo an I neon tiro n lot of pep bceauso my system has been absorbing Mrength nnd energy to tho prlrnto owner of Liberty Bonds instead of usIik Ms strength trying to hang on. to digest a lot of sour silago fortified with boi.e. AN APT METAPHOR "Milk Is a great thing," ho went Dispatches say that President on. "It's food and mediclno all In Wilson has been groping in the dark one. When tho wife nnd tho kids ns to his policy in tho Mexican sithad the flu nnd were burning with uation. This would bo a wonderful . fever I kept up their strength nnd ,i . ,f V ,3on 0,"' 'a,t . kept down the fever by having ll.em 1 l 100 '! CR I" muc," ,ik0 sip cold milk md- -" , i tliat of a darky preacher who leaned "Simple enouith," I deprecated, over tho tho bier of a departed "but when the chills arc "Then I gao them hot milk,'' ho member to declaim, "Brbther Johnson, we nil hope's yousa gone whoro smiled. "And speaking of hot milk, wo suspect you ain't." n.y excitable friend, let mei tell you something: Tonight when you nro "Bobby," inquired tho mother, ready for bed, drink two glasses of hot milk, as hoi ns you can drink iL "dill you wash your fnco before Iho music teacher camo?" "Ycs'm." You'll sleep liko you never slept II 's an infallible euro fornerv- - "Anil your hnnds?" "Ycs'm." "And nusncss and insomnia; it makes your cars?" "Well, Ma," said Bobby, healthy children nnd happy homes, judicially, "I washed the ono that prevents divorce, wards off old ago, would bo next to her." and every common or garden variety Ladies' Homo Journal. Insig-nlllcaloco-molivo hs - Greatest of All War Pictures Released Treasury Insurance at Par com-tinnle- s i 7 on" bo-for- o. , ...... Yes, They Reached Paris cd able-bodi- ed D 11 ns, 37, A Yank mlle over a few of the German helmets on tho steps of the Treasury Building at Washington. saleswomen In tho drlvo which Is to begin April 21, and to school children over tbo country who wrlto tho best Victory Loan essays. Dressy they are In tbo extreme. Tho Huns hnd been saving them to wear on that oftenpostponod grand entry Into Paris. Tho helmets had their grand entry If the Huns didn't. It wasn't as grand as might bo, at that they came Into Paris Iu American box cars and went right through to the seaboard without ever getting so much as a passing glance from the 11 CURItKNT mnrkct prices tho helmets shown In the above pictures must be worth sotno small fraction of a mill. If you wish to figures It our for yourself hero aro tho statistics; Klghty-flvthousand of tho patent leather covered headgears sold recently for ono dollar. Tbo Treasury Department bought them from tho War Department Tho helmets were found by the Yanks who occupied Coblenz after the signing of tho armistice They will bo awarded as prizes for tho best Victory Ix)an salesmen and AT o Parisians. ( April 3, 1010. T1X cmziK Pago Suvn IMPKQVM URtfOHH INTEIltATtOMAl SDNUfSann v 11. kitbwatkh. t). d.. Tfuchrr of t:nllih llit.l. In Hit M.odir tllbl Institute of ChUrnro ) lOpirlfM Hint, hj V.t,tn .nipr . iir nnv Lesson !!. slip? ' p LESSON FOR APRIL 13 Christ oun f.nSRON . SAyion. I TKXT8-Joh- n 21; TKXT-O.- xt ClOt.DI.N so l,.vr,i It., worlil, that hr env till only btRottrn tlli-vetBon. Ihst nhotnrvrr on him hnuM not rlh. hut hnvc cvrrlsstlns iiio jnnn I'lUM A ItT TCVMC-Jr- iu. our frlnJ snd vlnr JUNIOR TOIMC-W- hat Jnui dof. for John J II. .XVII. 11, Jl Mstthcw Ua INTRHMRniATR and unvior TOPIC-O- ur I. Who Jesus Is Mnhn tlTl-fil)- . It I nlisolutol.v lnllpcnnlile tlmt every piiill rrpmllps of ago should know clearly who Jesus Is nnd wlmt ho mine Into the world for. It should he the nrilrnt delre of every trnclirr to mnke so clenr the porsnn nnil work of Christ Hint Hip pupils mny accept him ns their Saviour. Nothing short of his Deity nnil vlcnrlous ntonpineiit will nvnll for snlvntlon. Whnt lie Is ct forth to ho Is through personal testimony. Kor thp most pnrt Hint which he wns foiinil to he Is through personal luvestlgntlnn. 1. The Ijimh of find (v. fid). John testified Hint he Is the I.nmh of Ond the world's sin tienrer. The word tled and the lilen conveyed enrry ti hnek to Iwnlnh .VI nnil forward to Jesus on the cross. Iieiirlnif our sins In his own tody. Christ hud heen definitely pointed out to John hy the Holy Spirit vv. XI. 34). 2. The Messiah (t. 41). At the of Jesus, the disciples went nnd nhode with him for n day. As n result of Hint day with Jesus they testified tlml he Is the Mfsslnlv lie Is Hint one od tin cl unolnted to he thu whom Saviour of men." 3. The Son of (lod. (v. 40). Nnthnn- el wns Interested through the testimony of n friend. Philip told him tlmt he hnil found Jesus uf Nnznri-th- . of whom SIikpi hnd written. lie knew that Nnxnreth wns not the hlrthplnce of the Mrsslnh. therefore he Inquired : "Ciin any Rood thing come out of Nazareth?" At the Invltntlon of I'hlllp he ninde a jirroinnl luvestlgtitlon. As a result he testified that Jesus wkh the Son uf Ood. the King of Isrnel. 4. The Son of Man (v. .11). This Is ChrUt's own testimony. It shows that he Is the Messiah who, according to Daniel's prediction (Dan. 7:13), would appear In divine glory and estnhllsh n universal and eternal kingdom. In this testimony of Jesus Is foreshadow rd the union of man and nod, and through him the establishment of n medium of communication between earth and heaven. This Is the reality of Jacob's vision at Bethel (Gen. --S: 12). II. His Mission In the World (Matt. 20 n. 2S: John 3:10). lie came to give his life n ransom for mnny. The world was lot In sin nhoirt to perish. Christ voluntarily inve his life died Instead of the sinner. 1 The world Is dying like the hecaue bitten hy the serpent of sin. 2. Chrlt, like, the brazen serpent, has heen lifted up upon the cross list the remedy fotVKln (John 3:14. 1T). 3. As the Israelites must look up to the uplifted serpent, so those who would he snved must believe on Jcmis Christ (John 3:10). While looking hy faith to the crucified Christ saves of the serpent, n from the dcath-Mlnneglect or refusal to believe on hltn means to perish, 4. This provision was made hy Ood. It cinunnted from his love (John 3: 1(1). "For Ood no loved the world that he gave his only begotten Sou." III. What He Give (Itom. 8:31. 32). Oiid gave his Son to save a dying world. Those who accept his Son have Ood on their side. He Hint spared his Son will freely give all things to those who receive him. He even makes all tilings work together for good to them who love him (Itom. 8:23). Invl-tntlo- (Copjrnont 191V. by Crurltt Alden Selutr, All Rights Reiervrd.) CIIAPTEIl I rAHTVM COIl WIN had lunched alono at an exclusive little res tnurant on a side street. A certain front page nrllclo In the Observe Falltown's only dally newspaper had taken tho edge off Corwln'a appetite To bo sure, the evpnt had ben Impending the somber shadow of war had loiirf been stretching westward over th j mighty expanse, of water that certain credulous and trusting Amcri cans hid glibly and unthinkingly re ferred to aa providing "Immunity from Invasion". uut mo President's war message hnd come ns a distinct shock despite the expeclnncy which hail preceded It and Corwln got up from the table with n conviction that tho country faced a usk the enormity of which could not be comprehended on the In stnnL And, he grimly assured him self as ho walked down Main street, there wrie arsons In America who would never comprehend !t. Ivor could corwin entirely grasp tho mighty significance of the thing. He was convinced that the volume of production, hitherto fixed at certain limits, would have to be vastly Increased; there would havo to bo ex tension's, enlargements, and Intensive schemes tr speed up tho manufacture of munitions nnd tho thousand and one Implements of destruction which jnro tho cwentlals of war; thero would have to be rapid and hazardous adjust ments; and .in some cases a complete rebuilding of many Industries. The wholo country would havo to work and save as It never worked and saved before and the country would have to work and save under the handicap Kor the of a startling labor loss, Khaki clad stream that must be loured Into devastated Kuropo would havo to bo recruited from field and ofllco and factory. There was no magic by which an army could be raised through morely expressing tho wish. Filled with a vague disquiet, Corwln made his way down Main street until ho reached Meridian avenue. formed Hie Imsl Ma'n and Merlili-tness center of Falltown. It waa shortly after noon when Corwln reached the corner, nnd the hum of traffic bad somewhat subsided. Corwln had an appointment with Gary Miller, president of tho. Merchant's Hank: nnd he still had fifteen minutes to spare when ho arrived at tho corner So tin halted and leaned against one of the massive marble, columns that supported tho ornamented fncniln of the budding. Tho two streets formed a gigantic cro.is around which clustered many business blocks. They were the only business Btrects In Falltown, and the tail, ho glltnpucd the sptctaclo of a gallant nation sacrificing Its wealth nnd :ts manhood to stem the human nvalanehe which wan sweeping the world to Its doom. The fate of the world was In the ualnnce; and Corwln "o-i- the wpstern horiron pall'd, drawn faces bearing marks of suffering, an turned westward In mute apiil, awaiting the decision of the Mighty nation which held the future the world In the hollow of Its hand. The p dure had bpen vivid, nnd Cor-In'-s chest swelleJ with Impotent ns the scene shifted and he gazed around at Falltown, basking In Its atmnsphcro of peace and quiet. toward sym-ath- niiiUltU'loy of freer til'" Why ihould we slaughter our youth to help England?" Here was a contrast! Corwln could see far eastward, down Main street; by turning be could see equally as far weftward; looking up Meridian he could look for miles out Into the fertile countryside; and down Me- 'idlan avenue he could see other fertile miles of land. Uut Corwln could iro farther than that and with cloyed eyes' avo-3U- o have boon slyly poking fun at Corwln (or tho the latter! quick defense of tho President For Miller had declared his Intention of helping as much as ho could. Or perhaps Miller had been suffering from an attack of Indigestion, Corwln's grin grew to a broad smile. Half way between Meridian and tho next corner, Corwln heard a hurried step behind him, nnd a friendly hand was laid on his shoulder. Ho turned to see Morlcy Roberts, president of tho Falltown Steel Products Company,' smiling gravely at him. noberts fell Into step with Corwln, and they proceeded down Main street er "Well," said Corwln; "It is Corwln had always felt flattered byi erased smiling, and settled Roberts' friendliness, and ho had not back Into his chair. Ho wrinkled tils ; failed to notice the man's frank Inter forehead, squinted his eyes nnd pursed est in mm. At tno club where corhis Hps. If bo struck a knotted fist wln spent many of his ovcnlngs Robagainst Uie lips he irflght havo re- - erts seemed to deliberately seek him scmbled Itodln's famous '"thinker". out Ho would have presented a gross carCorwln had cultivated noberts, for icature, a posltivo libel upon the mas- though Corwln had Inherited considter's creation, but It would have been erable wealth and was not forced to the nearest counterfeit of a thinking search for clients, the prospects of posture Miller could have assumed. one day getting the legal business that Hut Miller's wrinkled brows and Roberts could throw in his way was thoughtful eyes had Impressed many not to be lost Im-- i of Falltown's cltizcnsr They Roberts was tall, dark, with black, pressed Corwln; arid when Miller, lambent eyes, straight, strong features turned and fixed Corwln with a pene- and a hard mouth. Ho was brood trating gaze, grunting "H'm", through shouldered and erect, suave, and his pursed Hps, a chill came over the smoothly courteous. young man's enthusiasm. "Heard tho news, Corwlnf" he "Speakmg In a strictly confidential asked. manner, Corwln," said Miller, heavily; Corwln nodded. "Everybody seems "I think It i u mistake a monstrous to havo heard It" ho replied. He blunder. Tho President is catering to smiled, calling Roberts' attention to tho Jingo clement In this country. tho little groups of Falltown's citizens Why In thunder do wo want to Inter who wero eagerly discussing the new fere In tho affairs of Europe, eh?" phase of the International situation. Newsboys were shrilling the moment"Tho Kaiser's dream of World" "Hosh!" laughed Miller, heartily; ous intelligence, dinning It Into tho "buncombe! You've been listening to ears of probable customers; men were the Jingo orators. Let Europe work shouting to one another; a street car , out Its own salvation. Why should clacked by, loaded with wo squander our resources and eager-voicemen; the town seemed slaughter tho youth of our land to pull to have shaken off Its mid-dalethEngland's chestnut out of tho flret" argy, and was humming and throbbing "The Lusltanla ". began Corwln, with life. "Hegrettable, but a mero incident of Boberts smiled mirthlessly. "They'll war," declared Miller. "Those things be singing a different tune after a will happen. Germany must pay for while," he said. "It Is no Joke, this that, of course and will, no doubt. war business. Why doesn't America She has nlready sent her regrets. keep out of It? What have wc to gain However, that Incident of Itself does through a war with Germany?" not provide a basis for war. This counCorwln was disappointed. He had try Is becoming too Idealistic!" expected Roberts to be enthusiastic Corwln wondered If what Miller said over the prospect of war. For he had ' were true. Corwln, like millions of been led to believe that enormous his fellow Americans, had been con- profits were to be made In the manutent to trust the President His own facture of war munitions, and he and hazy opinions had not knew Roberts' ccmpany was well seemed to get him anywhere. He was equipped for sucb work. It Roberts not a statesman, a diplomatist or a had declared for war, Corwln would ' politician; and he had no knowledge have been able to throw off the dulling of the Inner workings of tho machinery influence of Gary Miller's words. of government. There was a slight venom In Rob- Miller's patronising smile nettled him made him feel Insignificant, ignorant. Miller's position, bringing him Into contact with men of large affairs, undoubtedly gave him an opportunity to learn things that tho averago citizen did not even dream of. Ho saw a tolerant gleam In Miller's eyes It was ,as though Miller was thinking that Corwln could not be expected to 'have definite opinions upon so abstruse a subject. Corwln even saw a glint of pity in tho big man's eyes a fatherly, benignant, humor-ous pity. Corwln desired Miller's good opinion, and he divined that to persist In disagreeing with the man would be nonsensical. And perhaps the country was becoming too Idealistic, Certainly the country should not be plunged Into the appalling catastrophe of war on foreign soil for merely senJ war.-Millgrim-facedd ' half-forme' man. Kor somo of Falltown' citizens could have acquainted Corwln with Incidents which reflected very little credit on Miller's buflness instincts and nullity. Those persons might also have called Corwln's attention to Mil tar's ecotlsm. llut as several of those persons who might have given Cor win that information wero members of the board of directors of tho Merchant's Dank, they did not think It wiso to dlssemlnato tho burden of their convictions, For Miller' ccrtalnlv did attract depositors. For several seconds following Corwln's entrance, Miller watched him with a genial smllo. utterances. A hot rago seized Corwln; and ho laughed, scoftlngly. War! Tho Idea was monstrous. Why declaro war on Germany? Why, Indeed? Miller was right; Roberts was right The Presi- of war might have be-evaded. Corwln began to pick flaw's hi the" President's diplomacy; be reflected cynically that the President was not of his political faith, and that he might bo bringing on tho war at tho behest of powerful commercial Interests that thirsted for enormous profits. Then from th,ls fabric of suspicion he began to pluck strands In tho shape of rumored Irregularities In admlnlstratloa affairs In Washington that he wovct into plausible, beliefs. There wero several members of the, President's cabinet that Corwln dld not tike he had always thought them Incompetent If thero was to bo a war, why did not tho President forco the resignation of these men? Within half an hour, meditating alono In his office, Corwln becamo a narrow partisan convinced that his political party was nblo to conduct a war moro efficiently than tho ono headed by the President Feeding his partisanship with Incidents that seemed to prove the soundness of his conviction, Corwln became, within an, hour, a dissenter from all tho principles enunciated by tho President In his war message and In his public dent 7was ican people could not bo fooled by such buncombe was to refuse to finance such a war When Molly King, Corwln's stenographer, came In a few minutes later,-het face was flushed, ,bcr eyes and there was an air of sup were-brigh- agitating this thing, and they had won the President to their side. It wasn't a question of patriotism, for Germany had not threatened to Invade America; and the surest and quickest way to convince the President and tho world that tho great body of the Amer- Tho Jingoes and making a tcrrlblo blunder. wero She went immediately to her desk; but instantly wheeled In her chair and' ' faced Corwln. "Did you hear the news, Mr. Cor--t win? America will declare war on pressed excitement In her manner. Germany!" Corwln grinned cynlcaRy at her., "Bosh!" he said. "Why should Amor-- ! Ica Interfere?" Tho girl gasped and stared at Corwln In amazement. Then, when she. saw Corwln was in earnest, she raised her chin defiantly. "Because America is America, Mr. Corwin," sho returned, coldly. "If America did not go In, now! I should never bo able to look another foreigner In the eyes!" Sho flounced around In her chair and began to bang the keys of her typewriter with a vlclousness that startled Corwln. The girl's sturdy patriotism was in striking contrast to his own feelings, and for a long time he sat watching her, oppressed with a sensation of guilt- - of something, shameful and clandestine and unworthy, (Continued next week.) The TEMPERANCE NOTES New Jersby State Federation of Lalior and United Building in session at filcwark, Now declared Hint: "As law-abidi- Trades Jersey, timental reasons. Corwln was convinced that he had yielded too completely to the spell of patriotism which had held him in Its clutch a few minutes before entering Miller's office. He knew that really big men never permitted their enthusiasm to rule them stern repression, dignity and much deliberation were the mental weapons with which they fought the betraying ebullient emotions. They did Hot permit the world to know their thoughts. Miller, CoVwIn was convinced, bad signally honored him by taking him Into his confidence, nnd he was conscious of a certain shame as ho si- lcnUy watched the big man. Miller observed the collapse of Corwln's structure of Incipient enthusl-- , asm, and his smllo grew bland and condescending. "To be sure," ho went on; "we shall all be called upon to mako sacrifices if Germany accepts our challenge, We shall have to do things we have never dono before, and wo shall have conditions to face unheard-o- f abnor- mal and startling. We shall havo to raiso money oiiuonsi Ana or. course we shall all do what wa can. This bank, I presume, will havo to bear its share of the burden. And we shall hnr It rtmnrfiillv Anil rin nnt want to bo understood is opposing the war; I am merely .not overly enthusiastic about It. Hut I am telling you this In strictest confidence, you know." When Corwln emerged from the bank building a few minutes later after concluding his business with Miller he felt that bis glowing pictures of a few minutes before had been daubed with too much color. Looking eastward as ho paused for an Instant on tho corner of Main and Meridian, he could see no farther than tho crest of the slope where tho gravel road stretched. Ho made no fanciful mental flight to the battlefields of stricken Franco and Belgium It all seemed vague and far, now. Corwln squared bis shoulders as though to adjust them to a new weight that seemed to bo on them. And a fugitive grin wreathed bis lips as he crossed Meridian avenue and walked dowfii Main street toward his . office. , Perhaps Miller had not meant ex actly what bo had said; he might T Americans we must obey the law;." prohiTho meeting disapproved bition, lull stated Hint a general strike "would mako labor look ridiculous," and that they have no intention of showing disloyalty to the United States. Tho Ohio Coal Miners, meeting ,al ttellairc, Ohio, took similar action. quiet residence sections surrounding exerted a subduing Influence, Imparting an atmosphere of peace and quiet. e '77 The lllble rings with one long do- The key word mnnd for obedience. of the hook nf Deuteronomy Is "Observe nnd do." The burden of our Lord's farewell discourse Is, "If ye love mo, keep my cmiunnndments." We must not question or reply or exWe must not pick cuse ourselves. and choose our way. We must not think that obedience In nno direction will coiiipensute for disobedience In some other particular. God gives ono command at n time; If we obey this ho will Hood our kouI with blessing, and lend us forward into new paths and pastures. Hut If we refuse we shall remain stagnant uud water. togged, make no progress In Christian experience, and lack both power aud Joy. F. II. Meyer. God's Love. Those who love God are encom passed with gladness on every side, because In every passing moment they ee nnd feel n Father's love", and nothing of this world can take It way or lessen It. Lear. Every Man. Depend upon this truth, that every man Is the worse looked upon, and the less trusted, for being thought to have no religion; In spite nf till the pompous and specious epithets he may assume. Chesterfield. "UC"""" Corwln grinned It was tho grim smllo of the American fighting-maaccepting a challengo to do battle. And the emotion that seethed In Corwln's heart was Identical with that which pulsed through tho veins of tho sturdy youth of the country on the day their president solemnly drew tho sword. There was no gnawing disquiet in Carter Corwln's breast. He was an American. And whatever ho was called upon to do, ho would do cheer fully, eagerly not sullenly, as though he were making a sacrifice, but with the conviction that he had been endowed with a raro privilege. He looked at his watch, found ho had been dreaming for fifteen minutes and entered tho bank building where, an Instant later, bo was sitting at a leather covered mahogany table In President Gary Miller's pri vate otllce, grinning, his face flushed, throat. It seemed to Corwln as he leaned it proud light In his eyes. against the marblo pillar of tho MerCHAITEn II chant's Hank that ho could hear the OIlWIN liked Gary Miller. Miller Uiundcr or the mighty guns; be vis, ualized the endless streams of stretch- Vi was big and with a er bearers returning from tho front bluff, hearty manner and a ready with their shattered human wrecks; smile. Corwln llkewiso believed in Milthe ruined towns and villages be saw ler. Perhaps that was becauso he had the ghastly horror unfold In grisly de never had any direct dealings with the seemed to be The powerful today- ut least to Corwln. For Corw Ill's reflections were running to eontrn ' Just n this Instant--th- e itnnl.a.la nf Ihn mmntta nf nnnfA nnil the appalling devastation of war. 0np gcclon of Ma, Mrect ran east. ward. Corwln could see the street, paved for somo distance, broad and Inviting, with tho sunlight streaming upon It, until It merged with tho gravel road that dipped gently Into a valley beyond tho edge of town. There. It was lost. Hut It reappeared farther on, crowning a long slopo and stretch-Ition and on- - a sinuous, white ribbon In tho glaring noonday sun an artery that connected FaJltown with tho pulsing, throbbing world. However, Corwln's thoughts did not stop with tho end of tho ro;td they went right on to tho Atlantic coast, leaped tho mysterious waters, and took htm to tho shores of France. And for n while, unleashing his imagination, and feeding It with the graphic accounts he had read in tho newspapers, ho looked upon the battlefields; saw the Hun hordes ravage tno land; saw them sweep on In ser riod waves a succession of finely. trained annles hurled at the world's On all sides the country unfolded plains nnd mountains and hills and alloys and virgin forest miles of cultivated land, eastward, westward. north and south; with teeming millions of people In shop and factory id field and office all dwelling In peace and fancied ..ecurlty, with un- iiu.ted power and wealth on every bund While at the very doors of this paradise of peace a maniac lusting for power, backed by millions of his equall) fanatical subjects, was cn-iged In nn otgy of murder and rape .nd destruction And that demoniac order, pointing a reeking finger at he fnlr couutry of Corwln's birth, bad declared, insolently: "I'll stand no nonsense from America after this Tho Peking Daily News of China declares itself against tho removal V of American breweries to that "tittle croups of citizens were eagerly country. dltcusalng'the news." Dr. Frank Crane, in a syndicato him. "I had on Idea you'd be eager to par- article, on "Prohibition and Democticipate In the war profits," suggested racy," says: "Tho passagp of, tho Corwln. prohibition amendment, to tho Con"That's the foul of America." stitution is tho most magnificent snapped Roberts; "Money always gesturo that, .any of money. I shan't turn out a piece of war material unless I am forced. nation has ever made." This is England's war let England fight It Germany Is friendly to AmerTho new Speaker of tho Houso of ica. Then why should America an- Representatives lias been a consistagonize Germany? There aro a great tent prohibitionist for somo time. many Germans In America. Their influence Is enormous, and I hope they If Die President had combed tho exert that influence to defeat the com mercial pirates who are forcing thla country for a good Attornoy Gendeclaration upon Germany. Already eral, ho could not havo bettered his they are talking of a bond Issue. The selection of Mr. Mitchell, Palmer. country should not finance such a war, Ho is not only clean and fearless, and I hope the first bond Issue will be but possesses splendid ability and a failure. That would force a quick peace and save thousands of our boys aptiludo for tins position to which from being slaughtered for financial he has been called. at erts' voice, and Corwln looked keenly no J war!" gain." Corwln did not arguo with Roberts be bad no heart for argument And, when ho left Roberts and climbed the. stairs to his office the weight that had seemed to settle on bis shoulders after leaving Gary Miller bore upon him moro heavily than ever. He began to wonder if Miller and Roberts were not right, after all. It did seem, now that ho reflected over Ojo matter, that thero was slight occasion for the action of the President In plunging the country Into war. A former president of the republics had warned his countrymen of the danger of making entangling alliances with foreign powers; and here was the present President disregarding that sage advice A feeling of resentment stole over Corwin. The President's attitude hinted strongly of autocracy. It semed to Corwln that a declaration ' Real Church Spirit Tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which will conduct a drivo for $35,000,000 May lias in of tho drive made allotments to the various churches alllliatcd with the denomination, Tho spirit of ono of theso churches is particularly encouraging at tho cotunillto headquarters in Nashvillo. Tho allotment for tho church is $18,000, but voluntarily tho congregation raised this quota to $50,000. Enterprises and organizations aro like the Individuals who mako up (hoso enterprises and organizations. Tho spirit of tho congregation that voluntarily raised its own allotment shows, that thoy as people havo caught a vision of tho real moaning of the Centenary Movement. 18-2- 5, ad-van- co i Pius KUht TUB CITIZEN April 3, 1010. ly. Tho school hero bonsls of a Lexington, has moved In tho houso tennis court; tho pupils certainly en- - with his mother, Mrs. Kato Grcon, of Joy It. Mrs. Dell Davis of Nicholas-- ! this placo James Withers' family vlllc is tho guest of her son, Waller are about well of measles. Willie Davis. Mrs. Ola Chlb, of Nicholas- -' Marcum lias measles. Mrs. Joo 5,000-HE- AD STOCK-5,- 000 vlllc, visited her sister nnd brolbcr, Rccco fell out of a wagon after Charles Dean and W. K. Davis, turning from tho graveyard and No eorrtipondt nr publlihtd unltut tlinrd In full hf the writer. The nam last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hoi-- 1 hurl her arm. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. It not for publication, but at an evident of food faith. Write pUlnlr. AT combo were visitors In Hurgin Sun-- 1 Chastccn and family spent Sunday day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Woolfok, of Lex- - with Ebb Ogg and family Mrs. Tom people arc beginning to wako up and inglon, wero guests of Mrs. Eliza Oucss, of Ilobtown, has pneumonia, A WORD TO CORRESPONDENTS INCORPORATED Why not boost for inoro Gilizcn realize what should bo dono, ns they Mallard, Sunday. subscribers In your community? nro farming and gardening to boat POWELL COUNTY Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Arrnngo for a public, gathering in tho band. Clay City ESTILL COUNTY somo church or school house, then Clay City, March 31. Jeff Wright Witt LETCHER COUNTT ask tho manager of Tho Citizen Witt, March 17. Tho family of had n big sale lat Tuesday, selling Polly Ho will gladly assist to attend. Hob Isaacs has smallpox. Miss Min- nil his personal property. Thero Polly, March 20. Thcro Buyers for All Kinds of Stock Will Be There was nie Richardson you In any way to get moro subwas married on was a largo crowd in nltcndanre church last Sunday at tho Methodist March lOlh to John Willaby, or and some spirited bidding was mnn-Th- ey scribers. Free no charge for first snle ed Church. Tho services were Taylorsvillc, wero married at ife9ted. Col. Walls from Winches- by Uro. Walters. There was tho briilo's home, and left immcdi- - Irr was the auctioneer, JACKSON COUNTY BEST STOCK MAKKliT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY and of out. Lawrenco atcly on tho noon train. They tia J rourso tho stiUT brought top prices. McKee a large crowd W. A. McKenzie, Mnnnger Ilov. .1. 11. Creech, a Hcrea graduate, is visit- tho best wishes of tho entire com- Mr. Wright will leave tho rounty McKco, March 31. y about April 1st. Jackson preached at tho Christian ing bis sister, Mrs. E. D. Polly, on munity. Sunday-schomcctawcok-lWo regret very church Sunday morning and E. T. Camp Hranch. Ollie Polly visited nt Wisemantown at 2:00 p.m, and much to give up such n good citl (0 the Lee countv oil Melds In worf. Cornell preached Sunday evening. homo folks last Sunday. Misci Epworth League at 3:00 p.m. Mrs.; 7011. II. M. Curtis has rented out Monday morning Miss Emma Scale Mrs. 0. I. Itader from Annvillo is Anna and Uessio Dales attended Ruth Huston is visiting her parents, his farm of 150 acres to E. F. (Jacki EXTRA GUARD visiting nl this place. Mrs. Clara rhiirch at this place. The Rev. Mr. ami Mrs. James Wynn. The llarris and moved to the Hig Sinking left here Monday morning for llercc Mrs. Fannie Peters who is living rela- Monroe Lucas will preach at the Ladies' Aid Society met nl Mrs. oil Held where he expects lo follow Farmer who has been visiting Willi her mother on Meadow Creek tives in Hercn and Richmond has Dowcns' School houso tho ilrst Sun- - Hrutus Gum's, Tuesday, and did the carpenter trade Tor the remainat present is visiting Mrs. Hello Lcgg Rev. Wm. Worlhington, day in April Everybody is invited sewing for the Red Cross rolurned. der or the year. Mrs. Cora Harris or South Fork. Mr. and Mr. Denof Annvillo, will begin a scries or Misses Margio Polly, Mattio is recovering rrom an attack of nis Wndle visited T. F. Halo Saturat tho Dutch Reform lard, May Scrgcnt and Maggio CLAY COUNTY The high prices for tobacco day night. Miss Ursuln Roberts re- Wilson Meets the Premiers SeFriday evening. Mr. Baker, genl, wero tho guests of Miss Susan Vino the past winter has stimulated the turned troni Hcrea, Wednesday, cretly; Cranks Arc Feared a "Y" man, was In town a fow days Hock, last Sunday. Misses Virgin Vine, Mnrch 29. James Penningproduction in this section. Many where she has been iiv school. Shu last week in tho interest of tho Y.M. Moore, Cenda Moore, Mattio Stallard ton, who has been very sick is about farmers are getting ready lo grow in Paris. reported: ".No placo like Ilerea." C. A. Tho Y. M. C. A. conference and Ida Clay, wero tho guests of well again. S. W. Creech, of Lanthe weed. G. W. Clark & Co. have will bo held at this place the tenth Miss Margio Polly. caster, is visiting friends here. old their general store at Vaughn's ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and eleventh of April. All that are The Allen Collie held a "working" Fri- Mill lo Mrs. Chas. Nelson. EXECUTIVE IS NOT WORRIED Goochland reinterested in tho welnro of our LEE COUNTY day and n large amount or work was damage suit of II. C. King against fi. Goochland, March 31. There was turning soldiers should attend each Beattyvllle done. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Mon- W. Hush for $20,000 was put o(T till largo crowd at Sycamore church No Special Incident Hat Cauied sossion.. Prof. Rix from Hcrea will Heatlyville, March 20. Miss Ella roe Morgan, March 23, a bouncing next term of circuit court, which a on last Sunday attending the futhe Extraordinary Care Austrian preach in McKco, Tuesday, evening, Hrandenburg. or St. Helens, was in girl. Her name is Eunico Grcthel. will be hld in June. Circuit court or Taylor Dichso which was Blockade to Da Lifted Soon-Ja- pan April 8th. Emanuel Powell was town, Monday, shopping. Most ot Mrs. Sylvania Creech and her niece, convened at Stanton lat week with neral preached by Dillard Porter. People Loiei Representation. given a lifo sentence in tho peni- - our soldier boys hnvo made their Hazel Pennington, pf Lancaster, are si light docket. Judge Shackeiror.l, a tcntiary Tor tho murder of his wifn return, save a few in the Hospital visiting relatives hero. Mrs. Mollio who has a way or doing business up are very busy getting ready tor Mr, large crop or everything. Purls, Mnrch .11. The pence conferThere wero Corps and Supply Department, and Ilelford and daughter, Liza, or Hig in a hurry, only held court three nnd mother-in-laletigun of Clarence ence commission on . and Daudse and J. nino convicted in this county for those over-sea- s. Farmers are Sexton, aro visiting relatiy.es at this days. Mrs. Charlie Welch has re- Abrams of Clover Bottom were In probably will hold It final sesduring circuit court, ing advantage of the beautiful placo John Darty .spent Thursday turned home rrom the Dr Spraguo (ioiM iilaud la"t Sunday. Messrs. A. sion April I, It wns Indicated. At Heglcy, from London, is at- - weather by making things happen night with T. N. Roberts. Elizabeth Panilarium at Lexington very much tliut meeting the foundations of tho P. an W. h. Gabbard visited J. J league will bo definitely announced. lending court hero Ibis week. A on their farms. Tho oil business is Morgan died, March 15, at the home improved physically and meniallySunday. The storo community meeting, was held In still booming in this county. Some of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Teague. She George S. Ware is opening up a Drew ui last at Gec diland Is paying 30 cents for I'nrK March 31. Increased prccnu-Unt- il McKee, Tuesday. Tho district agent twenty wells have been opened up only lived a short timo after taking poultry house in connection with n eggs, and 22 cent for old hens, and Imve been taken to safeguard for tho boys and girls clubs watho within the last two weeks, ranging sick. She was seventeen years old. general teed store in the Cassidy iollnu grods at a verj small margin President Wilson nnd the premiers speaker. Supt. H. F.Min- - in capacity from live to 300 barrels All loved her that knew her. principal building. Sid A. Easter, "the fish- i r pr illl. J. R. Allen has just com with whom lie Is In dnlly conference. ler was in Annvillo last week, at to the well. Crit Cable, former So cnrefully linvu the plnns been erman." says his luck has complete.l 'ed ! Job 01 sharpening the tending a farmers meeting. Jailor or this county, now llvin A precious one from us i3 gone; ly left him thus tar this spring, as (ioochhind ir.ill recks. You ought to inmle tint t not even the chief of thu wo loved is stilled. A voice Aiiierlcnii pecret service mpind Is InHousley Fork near Torrent, in (he oil fields, v,n he has watched his cork in vain. them gr.nd I Corn is selling Housley Fork, March 28. Mrs. in town last Saturday, buying A place is vacant in our home Uncle Jas. Clark, or the Masonic around (inoehli.nd at $10 per barrel formed ns to whva the meetings wilt tuly plure. Which never can be filled. Alico Henge, wife of W. R. Henge, hnres and mules. Dr. C. H. Cann, Homo, lias been spending a few and thero is a great demand ror Up lo the present some of the newsdied at their homo on Housley Fork, of S'istersville, W. Vn- - was visiting God in His wisdom has recalled days with relatives in and around roughness. paper Imve carried rn their morning The boon His lovo has given; Jackson County, February 22. Very his many friends and relatives hero old daughter town. The eight-ye- ar editions n schedule of the movement Dlsputanta oarly in lifo she joined tho Baptist last week and this, returning home And tho the body moulders here. or Jno. M. Kennon died the pact Wilson Disputnnta. March 31. Tasvill of President liirurlnlily with the result The soul is safe in heaven. Hint crowds church at old Whito Springs. Jack- Wednesday. Clay Hobbs and Misi Imve gnthcred week from an operation ror ap- Gadd, aged citizen or this vicin to witness the nrrlvnl of President Wilan son County, and was very faithful "Viola Hieronymus wero united in pendicitis. The remains wero inity, died last week. He leavty a MADISON COUNTY his to her church until the end. marriage last Wednesday, the 2Gth, terred nt the Kennon graveyard on wife, .tix Children and a host or son nndtime conferees. In? yestwrdny The meet Coyle of Sho was tho daughter of G. W. and in Lexington. After visiting Louis- I'pper Hardwick's Creek. Wo like friends to mourn his los. He was nt the "white the house" wns not Coylp, March 31. Mr. and Mrs. 13, 1873,'villo and Chicago, they will return Elizabeth Hale. On March lo read good editorials like the one nnd the preinlen nrrlved cemetery sho was married lo William Robert; to St. Helens, where Mr. Hobbs is James Gentry visited Mr. and Mrs. on French women. Let us hear laid to rest in the Gadd near Wildie. Miss Clbblo B. Abney seemingly In n cnsunl miinncr. Henge. Then they moved to Madison engaged in the mercantile business. Georgo Young, near Kingston, Tues- morn on woman suffrage. Wilson Unworried. f Hamilton. 0.. has come to slay day. Dewy Powell, who has been County for about one year and then There tins hcen no sHchil Incident with her grandparent, Mr. nnd to hrlng nlKiut this extrnordlnury enre, working in Irvine is at home with to Missouri, where they stayed threol GARRARD COUNTY OWSLEY COUNTY Mrs. Isaac Harvey of this place. his parents. Miss Allie Todd, who years. They then came back to lint It Ik ohvlou Hint the peoplo of Harmony Earnestville Mrs. 0. M. Payne and little son. Purls nre becoming too well nopinlnted Jackson County and settled on HousHarmony, March 29. The fl'i has boon staying with her grand-rath- er Enrnestville. March 31. F. F. Cleveland, spent Saturday and Sun with he time nnd plnce of the meetnear Dreyrus for tho past ley Fork, where they lived at the situation has been somewhat alarmhas purchased the S. P. day with her son, Dr. G. T. Payne, ings nnd tliut thin fnct cmited to delime of her death. Sho leaves a ing here, and is still serious. Mrs. two months, is with home folks. property and has recently nf Berea. Hal Browcr of Rnckfoii! termination to adopt course Hint husband, nino children, two sisters, Mary Shaw, wife of James S1iaw, T. C. Glossip and sister, Mary, aro Caudill moved to Travellers Rest. Misses has moved to R. T. Abney's farm on would m I nre ton minimum tiny clmtice C. Carand three brothers to' mourn her died last week. She was a good visiting their grandfather, A. Anna Mmler and Heltio nnd .Mao Davis Branch- - David Abney. who of dnnger there mlgnt be. President ' ' loss. woman; after the funeral service penter, of Hcrea, who is sick. Mr'. Gabbard, who have been attending has been working at Hamilton, 0., Wilson himself npenrs to ho entirely While sho leaves them, sho has by the Rev. W. M. C. Hutchins, her Klgie Lake visited her mother, Mrs. nnvorrlel. Heren, have returned home. ror some time, has returned. Ho To Lift Austrian Blockade. gone on to meet with threo sisters, remains were laid to rest in tho J. M. Glossip, Friday. II. G. Cox and school at Leonard Tackett has purchased will rami with his brother-in-laThe hloekude of (Sermnn-Austrlwill Sho was a Crab Orchard cemetery. She leave family were the guests of Mr. and a father and a mother. G. W. Marshal placo on Crane John Reese. Robt. Clark ot Lexing ho lifted ns soon ns meiisures enn bo dovoted wife, a rond and patient n husband and seven children and Mrs. Jiles Hunter last Saturday the Creek. Tim meales are raging here. ton was a guest at tho homo or perfected for preventing lin)rts Into mother, who toiled unceasingly for a host of friends to mourn her loss, night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. -Hint territory being exported to I'nclo Hen Hotner, or Travellers Miss Angio Payno Inst Sunday. her children. Sho was a kind, ncac- - Wo believe their loss is Heaven's A. Winkler, formerly of this plnco, Rest, It was decided nt n council ot sold a cow and cnir Tor 5100 to James Bratcher or Berea was here Mrs. have moved (o Richmond. ablo noighbor, who always found gain. All or James Hrewer's family Brown Fields or Rosses Crook. G, last week on business. Mrs. Geo. tho foreign ministers of the powers. timo to visit and attend the sick. have the flu. One little girl, Hessie Robert Lake made a business trip The council nnmeil n commission to T. Gabbard sold three calves to B. GatlifT nnd children spent Saturday Inqulro Into the Moroccnn question Her remains arc asleep in the old Helm Hrewer, died with it and was to Richmond Saturday. Dovio Pow- 11. Holner tor ?07. Mis Ethel Min-te- r and Sunday with her sister, Mif. nnd then tool; up tho question of tho church yard at Pilot Knob. buried in tho old Van Hook crave-yar- d ell, or Red Lick, and Mrs. Flossio have Ellen Strunk of Berea. Horn to Mr. frontiers of Schleswlg. and Ethel Caudill. who Grievo not tor her, dear friends. on March 28. J. M. Hakor is Cox, or this place, visited in Rerca Japs Lose Representation. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil been at home on a visit, returned to and Mrs. W. S. Payne, 11 baby girl, very low with heart trouble. A Inst Friday. Your loss Is her gain. Nows has This ncttrm tins been taken In tho Innamed Jcnnio Lee. Hendri.T, or Irvine, visited their Herca ror tho Spring Term. HurShe's paid tho debt sho is now fine girl baby was born in tho homo rah tor The Citizen nnd its many reached hero that William Ander- terest of speed. Jnpnn Is not given rrco of Jack Stigall. They have chris parents Sunday. Miss Dovio Powell son of Silver Creek and Miss Ella representntlon In tho new council Stigall. Thero who has been visiting Mrs. Flossio readers! pain and strife. tened her Johncva From Its delegation does not Include Conkling E. Lake of Harts were married last to her homo Sunday. was born in tho home of Charlie Cox relumed With Jesus ever moro to bo, Its foreign minister. Gay spent Conkling, March 29. Shelby Gay week at Richmond. Ted Where there is no end to life. Van Hook a girl baby who has not Mrs. John Glossip went to Hcrea, It Is believed the council of foreign parministers will consider the Itnllnn nnd Friends, grievo not, though she yet been named. G. E. Ycagcr, son Sunday, to see her father. Bert came home from the Army Thurs- Saturday and Sunday with his spent ents, B. F. Gay, at Silver Creek. prolinhly tho Russian question ns well left us. of Joe Yeager, and a young farmer, Burns and wifo wero the guests of day. Aunt .Nancy Bowman his sister, Mrs. Georgo Bishop, last the day with Aunt Mariali Wilson Miss Polly Robinson or Berea is vis- us tho fenstblllty of arranging n penco And our loss wo deeply feel, and Daisy Keith wero married at treaty to Include all tho belligerent Hut 'tis God who has bereft us, the homo of tho Rev. W. M. C Hut-chi- Saturday night and Sunday, Henry Friday. J. W. Anderson returned iting rolatlves at this place. Mrs. Bishop's family has had tho "flu" rrom Jackson county Thursday, Minn Spiers ot Berea passed thru He can all sorrows heal. last week. Tho Rev. Milton Morgan, an aged Methodist preach- but aro able to bo out again. Russel where ho was called to preach the here enroule to Climax to seo her Bowles, who little son bcroro leaving ror Now a, funeral of Mrs. Mollio er, died at Crab Orchard this week. Todd, who is attending school at Carico died, Tuesday, of a complication" of York. W. II. Thomas enterlninod a ORDERS DISCHARGES RUSHED attendwas nt home Sunday and Carico, March 21. E. D. Roberts Mrs. Mary E. Shaw is staying with diseases. Frank Williams of Jack-so- u numher or rolks nt his homo Sunhas gone to Livingston today lo her son, James, sinco his wife died. ed Sunday School at Speedwell county is visiting his brother, day evening with their now phono- General March Says U. S. Troops Will Bishop visited Mrs. Wilpurchaso his seed oals and grass Mrs. Eliza Robinson and Miss Mao Mrs. Nancy Be Released Within 48 Hours AfMr. John Williams. Charley McCollum graph. Miss Ida Chnsteen or Slnto Wo havo had somo big frosts Jones wero shopping in Crab Orch-an- d lie Oglosby, Friday afternoon. seed. ter Arrival at Camp. and Mrs. John Green entertained spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Em- Lick was visiting her parents at cold nights. People nro plow- - aid, Saturday Mr. J. C. Wilson Sunday. ing in their oats and sowing grass entertained quite a crowd of friends a number of their young friends ily McCollum. Mrs. Rhoda Duff is this place last Washington, Mnrch .11. General visiting' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boone March nnnminced thnt ho had ordered all around hero. Mrs. S'cott Tusscy and visitors at dinner last Friday, for dinner Sunday. opened ynldlcr discharged within IS hours utII. Bowles will John Edwards. J. Big Hill Boono, April t. April has had an opppration performed by Success to Tho Citizen I very badly, with tho old woman ter arrival nt demobilization camps Big Hill, March 31. Rlloy Powell move to Elias Neeloy's placo soon, Bryantsville Drs. Whiles and Pennington, ot Lon- unless sperliil conditions inndo It ImHryantsvillo, March 28. Rov. and died rrom tuberculosis last week and Hob Wilson and family havo moved picking her geese nnd the reathors possible. Ho said tho demobilization don. She is doing well. Mrs. Ra- -' Hying. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell was burled at tho Pilot Knob cemo-ter- y. to their new homo. chel Prico visited her daughter, Mrs. G. S. Conant aro parents of a now had passed the million nnd Ho leaves a wifo and two Major are horo from Cleveland, 0., visit- total mark. Mrs. Lucy Summers, of this place, lino boy baby, who arrived Monday. halt children and a host of rriends to Major, March 31. Miss Rissio ing tho lattcr's parents, Mr. nnd Miss Zilla Dawes entertained Uncle Gilbert Reynold, who Is nt Sam Roberts, has been eral of her friends, Tuesday oven- - mourn his loss. Ho was a good citi- Maiuntis entertained a crowd of Mrs. James Grant. Robt. Johnson SCHOONER CALLS FOR AID vatohing some good fish lnloly. Major Philips is visiting relatives zen and neighbor. WHUo Caslccl young folks Sunday. All reported a is back from overseas. Misses Mary There Is promlso of a good peach here, this week. Miss Mary Lou has lost two children and one grand lino time. Enoch Ilalcomb and Rich nnd Julia Grant were shopping Vessel Drifting Helpless, With All Waller Masts Snapped, at Result of in child from measles. Mr. Castcel has Arch Scalo returned from Leo 111 Borea last Saturday. crop in tills section. Most peoplo Measle spent tho week-en- d Collision Off Miami. county Saturday, where they havo Miracle is back from tho army. Mr. aro gardening. It seems that the Loulsvillo with her brother's faml- - tho sympathy of this community. Mrs. Lyda Abrams, who has been been working Thero is n great and .Mrs. J. W. Lambert or Berea Miami, Flu., Mnrch III. Tugs left sick lor flvo months, was taken to deal or sickness here, such as mea-th- o wero visiting hero last Sunday. hero In iinswer to S. O. S. culls from Robinson Hospital for treatment, sles and pneumonia. John Cecil and tho schooner Frances Fly, In distress a fow days ago. Whit Green, of Floyd Judil took flvo yoke of cattlo GEN. ALLENBY WARNS EGYPT three tulles off Miami. Tho schooner was reported drifting helpless, with all colNew Commander In Chief TelU Not, musts snapped, ns tho result of n lision with tho schooner NevuHcan, A Field off blet He Will Use Force to which also was reported In distress. Restore Order. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else WANTED! GOOD ro-M- rs. Rockcastle Stock Pens APRIL 21, 1919 - con-cuct- ol FORPRESIDENT gs ton-sdit- is. S'cr-chur- w. 11 1 - 11 w, n tier-miui- s. ns Be-re- 11 sev-stayi- ug No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar Because He Sowed THB SUBB OROWINO. KIND" Satisfaction quality Once Tried - - Always Used They produna totter crow. YourUntsowlnjf Will bUUItmu LOUISVILLK SHO CCMntoracraUd uvi.ii.il Cairo, Kgypt, Murch St. Oen. R. n. Allcnhy, the new commander In chief gathering of Egyptian In Egypt, told notables tliut ho would bo forced to employ active repression to restore inler In Egypt. 1 lo wild Unit ft had been found Impossible to restore order by defensive measures. 11 JOHN CO. WHITE LOUISVILLK, KV. k Liberal ortmsst and full valiM paid 'rawFURS Hidts and eat SUM fmiM 4