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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 10, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919041001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 10, 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 (.ULLECtE U)Mf Knowledge is Porar and the war to keep up witk BM4era Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (mCORFORATT-D- ) WM. C FROST, EJHw-)-Oil- .f KnUrti eUm M IK4 rmtofin Krrry MUtd Vol. XX. Thaflnyat mt PrrM. Kv u uruttr Attnf blank, !, tend 1171. Ky. DqivotPid Five Conls Per Copy. The Citizen tle to tlao Interests of Kentucky News Attorneys representing various concerns Interested In Stnto contracts nro beginning to mako their appearance in connection with tho suit (lied )y Prof. E. H. Withers, of Franklin, to compel tho Text-he- ck Commission to discard the ndoptlon and advertiso over again. liook a 5go-ULnteLi- Fojple UEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 10, 1019. One Dollar and Fifty Cent Per Year. No. 41. "A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned" The Government asks us all to save our money and buy thrift stamps. We all go to the post office and it is our duty in making such a call to buy a thrift stamp. The saving of money and food and all valuable things is a patriotic duty. Somebody is hungry because of the food you waste, and somebody is cold because of the garment you throw away when it might be patched and worn again. It is a fashion in America to spend money need- U. S. News nt (1. S. CRUISERS RUSSIA; SAILORS World News. lessly, and of course many people who have clothes and candy to sell encourage people to buy things whether they need them or not. When you have a quarter in your pocket just consider what that quarter cost of thought and labor, and then consider the different things you can do with it. One thing is sure, you can never spend the same quarter twice, and if you spend it for one thing then you cannot spend it for any of the others. If you spend it for candy it is eaten up and gone. If you spend it for clothing it does you good for quite a while, but is finally worn out. If you spend it for a tool, or a package of seeds, it will help you to get other quarters and so be reproduced and last on and on. If you buy a thrift stamp it will increase in value and it will be hku so much money in your pocket which you will have to use for anything you choose in the future. Buy thrift stamps! Sunday School Teachers Attention! Sunday School teaching is a common form of what call "Christian work!" Many people have found it a great opportunity fop rewarding efforts. We know people who in advanced life are able to look back upon scores of men and women who have been helped "into the best life by their associations in the Sunday g School and with whom they have maintained a friendship. Hut, like everything else, Sunday School work tends The biggest to drop into routine and lifelessness. things in Sunday School work are not the regular lessons to the regular class from Sunday to Sunday, but the teacher's excursions in search of the pupil who is ' sick, or absent from other causes, or his careful search for the boy or girl who is beginning to "go wrong" in some direction. n Any night here in.Berea we may see a dozen boys at the door of the picture show smoking cigarettes. All the Sunday School teachers in town ought to be after these boys and some of them could be rescued befqre they become .stunted in mind and body and definitely switched o(T to the class of inferior, unhappy Ave life-lonhalf-growne'er-do-well- s. There aro some signs that the Peace Congress Is coming .to acloio with its work. President Wilson has givejr orders to have his steamer ready at notice. This was at first thought lo mean that ho Intended h bring pressure to bear to speed up the work but it is now more generally interpreted as a sign that tho Congress is. soon to end. An English An explosion in the nitroglycerin mansk Serious. ofllcial has also given out a statefactory of tho Homo Torpedo ComTho largest crop of winter wheal ment that looks toward a similar pany, at Torrent, Wolf county, Mon- over grown has been forecast fqr end. Faster may, therefore, sco tho day afternoon, caused tho death or this year by tho Department of AgrRUSS NAVY TO FIGHT ALLIES complollon of tho Congress. four men. None but tho four vic- iculture, basing Its estimates on contims were at work In the plant, ditions existing April 1. Tho enorSentiment seems lo bo moving towhich manufactures cxplosivo for mous yield of 837,000,000 bushels British Troops Embark on Special ward a conclusion that Germany oil drillers and coal operators in tho was announced, which at the GovTransports Which Are Equipped might bo better controlled as a eastern section of the Stale. Tho ernment's guaranteed price of $2.20 to Cut Through Ice Fields member of tho League of Nations, cause will probably never bo known. a bushel places the crop's value at Churchill Promises Help. 1, 80 1, 020.000. rather limn as an outsider. S'o far Washington, Declaring as appears no decision has yet been April 7. Will Harlan county, with all her vast coal resources, also become an Warrants calling for tho deporta- that the Archangel situation from a reached on tljo point but it is known In hand, Genmilitary view was to have been -- under discussion. oil producing section? Indications tion of forty members of .tho I. W. eral March said well It was "Incredible are beginning to point that way. A- W., now serving sentences in tho that the allied force there can be drlv-e- Germany desires to bo a member lready a largo number of leases have Federal Prison at Leavenworth, inInto the sea by anybody." He an- and would probably make many imbeen secured and more aro boing cluding twelve of tho thirty-seve- n nounced that the war department's portant concessions in order lo sesigned up every day. Humors of recently admitted lo bail pending plan was to have the American forces cure that right. Thoro is no reason contemplated drilling aro flying fast rehearing of their cases, wcro serv- out of that portion of Rila 6y the to believe that were she admitted she would bo given a leading part md already the live wires aro talk- ed by an immigration ofllcial. Tho end of June. in tho League's proceedings for ing on tho oil subject as fluently as warrants call for deportation at tho London, April 7. Leon Trotzky, the some time. end of their sentences. they discuss coal. bolshevik minister of wnr and murine, lms ordered the Russian Ualtlc fleet Tho growing independence and No derrease in tho price of med- to put to sea nnd nttnek tlio nllles, The Stato Hoard or Hoallh, the United States Public Health Service, ium and better grade clothing and threatening to have ail the crews shot strength of the English selfgovcrn-in- g colonies during the war has and tho lied Cross aro united in an possibly a moderate reduction in If they disobey the order, says the done much to further the ideal of a appeal to every citizen of Kentucky lower graries containing reworked Mail. U. S. Sailors May Land. federal union in place of tho old to help In lessening the spread of wool (shoddy) and cotton, that is Important developmentson the Mur- Hritish Empire. Statesmen from Canand tho development of the prospect for the fall and winter influenza "Russia mny mansk front in pneumonia. Nearly four hundred of 1919. This statement was givcii be expected In a northern owing to n ada, Soutli Africa and Australia few days thousand Kentuckians suffered from out oilicially as representing the threatened defection of Finnish troops, have been acting side by side with theso dread diseases last year, and opinion of members' of the National according to the Mall. It is said that members of tho English Cabinet and fourteen thousand died from them. Association of Retail Clothers and It wns to meet this dancer that Amer- - have added greatly to the slrengtn of the decisions. It is certain that a closer relation will exist in the HOSPITAL TRAIN TAKES WOUNDED TO CALIFORNIA future between England and her great colonies. Frank W. Woolworlh, who started TO - and store at Utica, N. Y, forty years ago, on a capital of $50 and eventually became the millionTO AID aire proprietor of a great chain of these stores in tho United States, Canada and England, died suddenly Threatened Defection of Finns on April 8 at his home in Glen Cove, Makes Situation in MurLong Island. SENT J Wliile the Tiolsheviki have been attracting notice by their gains a Congress of all the Russians has been in session, in Paris. This Congress represents the middle class nnd those who have substantial property interests and stand for a stable government without tho objectionable features of tho BoWic-- 1. It is probable that they represent tho larger number pf tho Russian people and they may bo able to gain control in time. They favor, a federal state rather than a number of independent nations. The people 0' the Philippines asked for independence and express a belief that llioy aro now It is able to govern themselves. It is announced that the new Senate will not pass possible that this may como before the treaty which gives Colombia $25,000,000 as a balm the next Congress as an important for her feelings for the loss of Panama. That treaty matter for consideration. Considi'Tk with more than n hundred Tin- hrvt linvpu.il twini to curry wounded men across tin- 101, mik in nil Si minds of should not pass, and it should be called up and defeatwounded men from California divisions. It was compose! of 1: cnuhs, Inclinium one for cooking, nn observation erable doubt exists in tho ed. To pass that treaty would be equivalent to a subcoach mid one specially constructed to cure for operating env, s. The photograph shows some of the convalescent fight- - many regarding tho expediency of allowing tho separation, ospeoiall ors In ward car of the train. mission to blackmail. Those who revere the memory of in these unsettled timos when the will vote against it. But we should Theodore Roosevelt were cent on l lean dt'i.icliim-iiitcountries of tho Orient arc. shaping l .itbs and sickness can bo greatly I he National Association of Clothing So long as they out of misery. I Ait the Columbians American cruisers, which will reach their policies for tho future. lessened this year if each individual .Manufacturers. Murmansk early next week. think they have any chance to get this money they will will do his pari in avoiding them. President Wilson Is reported to have ' continue building castles in the air. Call up the treaty On April 1 tho War Department ordered' the sntlurs of the two cruisTho pressure of Franco is almost and defeat it defeat it so decisively that the ColomVanceburg and Lewis county aro nnnounoed the nggrognto strength er to land with the troop If neces- suro to mako some concessions for bians will know that they will never get any money in the throes of an oil boom. The of tho American army was 3,055,708, sary. Itrltlsh relief forces have gone her futuro safety a necessity in th ) Ohio Cilios Gas Company of ColumLouisville livening I'ust. excluding the 17,738 marines with on hoard two osiMsciHlly constructed Peaco treaty. As thoro has boon Irani this source. wlilcu bus bus bought 0,000 acres in Lewis tho expotliliounry forcoa. This total Ice breaking transport with lee two much opposition to her do"iro to through the county and also has leased 15,000 shows a not decrease of Si por oent they expect to set they could on uny hold territory along Iho Rhine, forweeks earlier than additional ncros in Lewis and Row- from Novoniher 11," lost. Tho army other type of vessel. GERMAN SHELLS COMING AS TROPHIES merly belonging to Germany, it may an counties. Several wells already is now divideTl. as follows: In EuChurchill Promises Early Relief. bo possible that an agreement may are in operation and others aro be- rope, 1,3(50,010; in Siberia, 8,893; in Winston Spencer Churchill. secretary he reached by which a largo strip ing drilled. A small flow of gas has the United Stales, 502,001; insular of state for war, sent a telgrnm In of country along Iho Rhino River on been discovered at a doplh of 381 possessions, 35,112; at sea (April t). hi own name to the llrltlwli troop 1u both sides may lie allowed to remain ! feet. northern Ituwia. says the Mall, pmm-Ulti82,739. any kind, thawtln'y would lie supported aim without fortifications of moment mi l. and' thus net as a safeguard against relieved at the onrlliut sherilT W II. Stoolo nnd Revenue officials aro Slalo Department men who have lieon there for an invasion of France. Vgenl Charles Winfrey, of Somerset, much interested in news from Mex that months will be hnniteht home n. wmhi and n number of deputies under ico City that Luis Cabrera lias booni,, other troop nrrlve to take their A somewhat sorious rovolt lias bun, mado ouo of tho biggest raids appointed by President Carranza to places. in Egypt during tho past The men for tho relieving force have in tho history of Laurel county, succeed Rafael Nioto as head of tho selected weok. It was a movement of tho when last weok they captured nino Treasury. It is understood that this already been provisional! t hem on Modulus and Follahoons, and such moonshine stills on Hlaokwatcr. ehango has hpen contemplated for mid lectures have " Troops kept In .7 the people. Thoro Twelvo arrests have been mado as months. Meto ha just returned to nmU,r' ,m, I)1(y mPt. restless and unsettled has been little discontent over tho a result of tho raid and a few other Mexico City after a fruitless effort U,t w, ,so ,nvltlH, , volunteer, Egypt, which are expected. to securo a loan for his Government. NIVS tn0 jun( there may possibly English influonco in from New York bankers. Cabrera 1,0 Un appeal extended to demobilized has been entirely to tho advantage Tho ofltehl cnll of tho Republican ia regarded in Washington as 0110 of men. of tho country. At last reports tho control. said to insurrection was under Stalk Conlt.'il Comniitteo has beon tho bitterest enemies of tho Unitod1 Tlio military nuthorltles-nrbo confident that preparations being Enemies of England for somo time, issued for tho Stnto Convention to Stales in Mexico. made will ussuro relief, but that the hnd lroon seeking lo stir up trouble bo holtl nt Lexington on Wednesnext two months will bo tilled with In that section, which is an Imporday, May 1 1, 1919, and provides that Supplementing resolutions adopt- anxiety. tant 0110 to England because of its county mass conventions shall ba ed by tho Texas Cotton Conference A huge pile of German 17 centimeter naval shells at Ihu munitions depot Kolehak May Aid Archangel Force. rolatlon to tho routo to India. held in caoh county in tho Stato on declaro that tho Secrotary of Agriat Mulhelm, Germany, They aro to bo shipped to America to decora to parks News has reached Innilon that a de nnd libraries. These ahulls nro considered the best of all (lermnuy could Saturday, May 10, 1019, to soloct culture of tho Untied States as- - tachment of Admiral Kolclmk's Slberl delegates and alternates to attend sisled in forolng down tho price an forces has succeeded In getting In produce. Tho trial of tho former Emperor tho convention. of cotton, and that tho control of touch with n detachment or mo nines of Germany is a question that Is movement nnd marketing of cotton forces In the neighborhood of Arch receiving moro attontion as tho CONTENTS The College- Water Supply. latter causFollowing tho announcement last by llcrnnrd Haruoh has been an- Nigel. Tho position of the troops com- more important onos bocomo oloser Nows. Methodist Mission PAGE 1. Editorials: A Penny Saved allies' State- tagonistic to tho Interest of tho cot- es anxiety, but tho railway and. to settlement. Tho profit German Is a Penny Earned; Sunday PAGE C Farm anil Homo Depart- week that tho leaders of tho mand the Murmunsk Inwide prohibition movement would ton growers. N. A. Shaw, chairman ments. School Teachers Attention; Wo tho western ports on the Government has announced Its center thofr strength on somo 0110 of tho conference, announced that White seu, und It Is believed there tention to tako up tho mailer and Lesson. World News; PAGE 7. Sunday-scho- ol Think So Too. of tho candidates now seeking tho a movement had begun to organize should bo no difficulty In getting Tho Now Serial Story. create a special court for tho purU. S'. News; Stato News. thero'by tho middle of pose. Tho Commission of tho Democratic nomination for Gover- Southern farmors to forco tho PAGE 2. School Nows. Soldier's PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. May. The recent reverses to the bol- Peaco Congress bavo not yet found of tho cotton embargo. nor and cnoTcavor to throw Iho en-tiGeneral Nows, Loiter. shevik! ure held to huvo Improved the fnny way to bring nbout tho trial, tlry voto to him in tho August -PAGE 3. Serial Story. Tho Citizen is first, last, and alNews nllles' prospect of holding out. It is understood by tho city auundoubtedly pass on mo ways a good "family nowspaper," primary, it is known that men of Current Events. Tho sltuutlon In southern llusslu has but will from matter of tho responsibility for the PAGE 4, Locals and Advertising. and should bo in every home. Lot prominent in tho buslnoss world of thorities that a great naval parade, receutlv becoiua dUtlnctlv war. PAGE 5 School Garden Letter. (CoaUnnsa oa riot m) us help one another to put U there. (ConUnasd on Pa riT) rtM) (coauiMia oa rig We Think So Too hao 11 t f 1 f - o r it to IB ,i e lo ru Id i id rll of ro Ro-vl- ew April Page Two 10. HMD. - i- School News from Various Departments CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CHAPEL NEWS Cecil Fry led tho Christian EnDoctor Raino In United Chapel Doctor Haino spoko In Unllo.'l deavor Sunday night, discussing the God in Cliapul Salurtlay on Tho IUglil Uso Ionic. "Our Helation to of Sunday, taking his subject from Ifio Y. M. C. A. booklet used by tin1 Thursday Night Hible Classes. Ho said Hint Sunday was a gift nnd that no gift was of any uso unless it was used riest docs not consist of lounging around and eating but in change or thought or action. Tho human organism needs physical recreation but since man is not only an animal but a soul In needs more than that. Ho also needs spiritual refreshment. United Chapel The church should light for a day or a half day off from work for tho physical rcinvigoration and for the devotion of Sunday to the quickening of the spiritual. Upper Chapel The students who attend Upper r.imni.1 nn. might v glad to have Twin Tlnlno Inlk In them. EVOrt those who have not known him heretofore arc rejoiced to sco hini back again. Sunday night he read tho second chapter of Mark and in an informal way interpreted it. Science proves things by facts and reasons but religion is a matter of experience. Doctor Ilaine gave his hearers the linnedl. of a master soul's experience. He will talk in Upper Chapel the next four Sunday evenings. Thursday Lecture last Mrs. John Peck lectured Thursday in Upper Chapel on the Mmliovnl Period. Sho spoke of the great length of timo required to build the Cathedrals on account of the dclicatncss of the design and careful choice of rna- fnrlnl. The church was the amusement center for the community and each community had but one. I lie com munity expressed itself in the fine needlework and sculpture which adorned tho church walls. The people loved to go there. Every church or abbey had a library, and nennlo liked to read the books which were but few. Universities were as well attend-n- il Mien ns todav. Poor and rich went alike. Students would travel from one university to another, u studvintr languages especially, was not uncommon for students to pray over their studies. In some cases, as in Bologna, the school wa nilod altogether hv the students. A Bachelor of Arts had to be a bachc lor indeed. VOCATIONAL A decisive DEFEATS COLLEGE col- I T11K CITIZEN I MAY COMMAND AGAINST BOLSHEVIKI UNITED STATES TO SIR THOMAS MUNROE MAINTAIN TANKS TANK8 TO OH PART OF NEW ARMY MINIMUM OF 1,050 MACHINES ADOPTED. Prayer." I.lnvd Ilacklev. who has Just re turned from tho Great Lakes Naval Vninlnir station, made an Interest ing iMk nn tho tonic. The meeting was then turned over to n general discussion and there was a scramble for an opportunity to speak. Every one was anxious to tell his or her experience with God. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE BY ALPHA ZETA Three Types To De Supplied To Each Corps War Department Approves Plans For Tank Organization. Wptrrn NvMnpr Union News Hervlc. of tin1 Recognition Washington. tanks In mod Importance of armored em warfare Is Initlntted by the peartarm. ap time organization of this Tin proved by the War Dcimrlinent. tnlted Slates will maintain In rem mission anil ready for service, umh these plan's a minimum of ."" tanks. UnJCll being of the heavy and 7.11 of tight type. A third type, known " the "signs! tank," Is provided for ea company and battalion commander. I. comprising a complete tank nrganlsa turn. Tank brigade, comiMiscd of one battalion of hettvy tank and two of light tanks will he attached to each army corps. Typical heavy battalion Includes 15 lighting tanks, with 1M In reserve, and the light battalion W lu reserve. lighting machines, with Thus the army corps complement will total lllf. buttle craft, fully ixpnppe". with 78 waiting orders from the corps commander. American light tank, adapted late In maehlne operate'' the war Is n two-toby two men, and armed with a him hlho gun or rapid tiring rule. It l if holler than tlftren miles an hour, under favorable conditions, and enn maneuver with great iiguii Heavy tanks weigh about 25 tons, cannon, carry a short and are driven nt a moderate walking sihhmI bv their .VK horsepower Liberty motor. The light type la Intended to gun nests nnu clean out machine snipers' posts, and the heavy Is designed for smashing pillbox defenses breaking n way through the wire en tnmrletnents nnd rlcnrlnc a path for Infantry. Tank corps In the proposed neuro establishment will have at it head a brigadier general. The corps l to be made up of 377 commissioned olllccrs and .1.SIK enlisted men. , 1 -'7 n .eta were Lewis Hart, who invited them to givo their program at her home as a birthday surprise to her husband. After the urogram was given me lads w ere turned loose on some sure enough ice cream and cake The cake was crimson and gold. The ice cream was an unparallellcd production. Mr. Clay Williams render I a vocal solo. The bovs sang: "The Harts Will Shine Tonight," and went away rejoicing. The boyn of Upha entertained by Mrs. 1 I - nn si portrait of Sir Thomas Mon roe, K. 11. ! wno is cnmrmim m mw protMonal Joint committee represent ing cmploytrs and employee in tne in dustrial world In I.nglnnd. i f . mi i - rrtffiHLi DEATH OF HELEN JONES FOSTER of two years ago will be pained at WILSON OUSTED KAISER nsldc Story of President's Direct Story to Naucn. Wlreleis Expert Tells How Message Was Flashed to the German People. New York, April ".The story of how President Wilson broko diplomatic precedent on October 20, 1018, hv d rect twir ey with the (lennuns. was told here by C M. Itlpley, a wire less specialist. It wns- - rxnrtlr nt noon. Sir. ItlPler snld. when nn operator In the nnval wireless station at New Brunswick startled Amerlcnn nnd allied govern ment wrreles.s witn wo s Foundation students and teachers the announcement of tlio ncain 01 Helen Jones Foster, wife of Hugh Foster, at Hazard. The body was brought to Berca for burial. Mr. Foster had a good position as mine foreman, and a happy homo is broken up. During the flu epidemic Mrs. Foster spent her time and strength nursing the sick neighbors but finally took the disease herself which caused her death. Mr. and Mrs. Foster were earnest christian people and he has the sympathy of all who knew them. v linn li.m., Wl II Mill tlll.ll III ttl.l 1V.,lltl firllll' ... "' nmi II...I..1 ft .an . ....v. illlin und Baden, wns called to Paris to be placed at tht head of nn allied mission to Hungary. It was Intimated that If necessary h might command allied forces to combat the bolshevlkl In that region. VJ1 'lll-l.l- l m..I .111111.111, o f.n...l. ul.n 1 11VJ tt Men In Alsaee-l.orrain- DOWN ON THE CREEK The members of the jollicst table in the College dining room went down on the creek for supper Monday night. Here's the crowd, look them over: Ruby Faulkner, Gene Berg, Mary LalTcrty, Francis Settle, Alice Atzenhofer, Ciron Adkins, Georgo Kimsey, Orin Van Winkle Ion Webber, and Owen Metzger with Miss Myrtle Berg for chaperon. Now, of course, you won't be surprised to hear that there was st me real fun and that some of tin party laughed until they were black in the face. A DRIVE. One of the most valuable features e drive In Kenlege team' opened Vocational base- cf the coming state-widtucky, April for the relief of Jewball season this year. Tho College ish war sufferers In eastern Kurope, boys danced to the tune the Voca- Is that It Is being participated In by tional team fiddled which was people of all faiths. Lust year be"eight to three." Tho wholo Voca- tween $50,000 and $G0,000 was rained tional team played Hko veterans In Kentucky for this work, but pracalthough they had practiced but tically all of It was given by Jewish line little. Fred Wilson's excellent lidd- people. This was In every with their campaign efforts. In ing and batting, Clark's and John- previous In the slute and in all communities to good pitching, Fry's catching raise money for charitable purposes son's and Bowman's work on short shows the Jewish people have been ghrd to that'Vocational will not bo far from be among the foremost givers. Now victory over the the front trenches when the season that they are asking their neighbors to Join with them to aid the starving battle millions In the zones of eastern Europe, they are be ing met with a hearty response. "RUIN; STARVATION; DEATH." ends. College Lineup 1st 3rd Peaso Andes Carpenter . L. F. Weber . . . . S. S. P. F. Hays Collins .... Hackney .... C. Adkins ... R. F. 2nd Fields .... Sub. Wilson Battery: Clark and Fry; Johnson and Fry. Three- baso hits: off Clark, one; off Johnson, none. Two baso hits: off Clark, one; off Johnson, none. Vocational Lineup Wilson .... 2nd Combs .. L. F. C Nowlin . ,. 3rd Fry C. F. Bowman .. S'.S. Stephens .. 1st P. Johnson Clark Sub. Jarvis .... R. F. Pearson Battery; Hayes mid Hacknoy Three buse hits: off Hayes, one: Two bae hits: off Hayes, three. a - These words tell the story of mil Hons of human beings wbo, previous to August, ION, lived In prosperous cities and productive areas the same as America today. Then came the del uge. Today millions of Jewish peoplo lu Russia, Poland, Rumanlu, Gallcla, Palestine and other coun tries In the battle zones of Eastern Europe are ruined In body and purse and starvation and death will be their lot unless Americans como to their aid. Kentucky people, Gentiles as well as Jews, will conduct a state-wid- e to campaign the week of "April 1 Jugo-Slavl- people who entertain the orroncous idea that tho soldier favors "iwozc. Now, for tho benefit of those I am submitting a letter written by Mr. Clinton Fugatc, Medical De partment, U. S. Army, which you re at liberty to publish. This letter expresses acurately tho sentiment of every real soldier on the linuor micstion. and lias not only been published by the New York World, but also by many otner leading napers of the East, and while in New York a few days ago obtained a copy of this letter, ami also Mr. Fugate's permission for its LETTER FROM ARCH FLANERY publication in The Citizen. It. c. Thompson, Louisville, Ky. Blue Lick Soldier Dept., U. S. A, Olllcc of the Med. On tho Atlantic. J.. Surgeon, Camp Merrilt, March 20, 1919. Darling Mamma: It is beyond my realization, but Editor of the New York World, the great navigators say its true. My dear Sir: Thero appeared in your paper a And I guess they may havo reason few days ago a letter containing to say so, that we are only a little this statement, "if me soiuiers ways from God's country, tho land could have voted on the prohibi- nf the free and the homo of the tion amendment it would have been brave. This is our sixth day on tho deep blue, and tonight" we land? defeated." Now we as men in uniform aro Can it be true? Wo havo had lino taking the liberty to convoy to this weather, only a couplo of rough author the fact that Ins statement days. i am on board the largest ship on is not only erroneous, but absolutely untrue. Wc also want him to fully lhe ocean, with 12.000 other happy understand that his statement is an soldiers. It is the Leviathan, a Ger untruth which every real soldier man steamer. Well I guess Elmo isresents. This is not only a reflec- on his way by now. I left him in tion upon tho American Army but Brest- - I was with him two days. also upon the great principles ami I think I will bo homo insido of ideals for which we have fought, Ihree weeks: maybe sooner. I think and anyone entertaining such narrow- Hmo will beat me home, for he will ideas is evidently op- bo mustered out in New York and -minded posed to the great reforms which will come straight home. Will sec are uplifting America and enabling you soon. Lovingly, our people to enjoy greater happiArch. ness and prosperity. It is not our purpose, however, to A FEMININE SOLUTION enter into a discussion of tho evil Mrs. Youngwed Well, dear, I've which has always hindered the progress of civilization. This is un- found a flat and tho cars go right It is very clear to past the door. necessary. Youngwed Won't tho noiso of tho everyone that thero is not nor has never been any argument for electrics disturb your rest, my lovo? Booze." All must admit it is the Mrs. Youngwed Oh, tho landlord most fatal foe to human efficiency assured tne that I wouldn't mind it fn lliu liioi. nw known. And wo havo not only i Hill r llm f1i.nl flln ...0...i, mill- vol! witncsscil tho "hellish" results or j ow, dear, wo can sleep tho first but this curse in our own country, .11 .1 lwo nB,ts at mother'3. n, .1. In r.uropo as wen; aim ' ntr-lif- a iso-hui- i a n) Prohibi must sav that Nation-wid- e DOES THE SOLDIER FAVOR BOOZE? i mti is the only means of destroying It seems that there are still a few the damnable- eurso which has brought sorrow to innumerable homes and wrecked tho lives Of thousands. Wc think it would bo well If tho "pessimists," "kickers," and "Personal Liberty Leaguers" could bo aroused and made to realize that they cannot block tho wheel of The world is on tho progress. move and the American people are certainly not going to allow this "No Beer No Work" squad to hinder national progress. Very Truly Yours, Clinton Fugatc. rail: "P. O. Z. F. F." P. O. Z. V. O. 7. Oe N. Referendum li Aim of Voter. Columbus. O. Characterizing the passage by the (Jenernl Assembly ovei tin. (luvfrnnr's veto of the Miller bill to require Senate continuation of ap polntments In the Ohio Industrial Com mission, as a "subtle attack on the ail ministration of the workmen's compen satlim lnw nnd nn nttemnt to throw the activities of that department Into the nnlltlral snolls svstem." the Kxecutlve Hoard of the Ohio Federation of ljilior, at a meeting, voted unanimously to in vnk.i the referendum on the measure. Petitions will be prepared Immediate ly and circulated among the voters thriineli the auxiliary labor orcanlzn tlous In all sections of the state, it was fiiitiniiiieeil hv TliomiiH J. Donnelly, see retnry, after the meeting. No dllllculty Translated, the call meant that "N. F. the New Brunswick station. was calling "P. O. Z.." the Oonnan government wireless station at Naucn. Almost Immedlntolr there flashed bnck from the Naucn station tho patronizing comment: "Your signals aro fine, old mnn." Then the New Brunswick nperntor sending began President Wilson's first inmsnrn tn the Oerman People. couched In plnln, terse Kngllsh. and Informing them that no pence negotiations could be considered until William Hehenzollem bad stepped out. From Hint time until the slcntng of the nrmlstlcp. Mr. Itlpley said, tho F" with Oennnny, sendcommunication ing his messages In Kngllsh which the allied governments could pick up Is anticipated In obtaining the required by wireless, nnd giving the tens to number of slcuaturrs. as the labor the American public as soon as tho lenders expect to have the messages hail been sent. lion of the employers throughout the president maintained direct wireless slate. Stanley TO BUY FLOUR FROM MILLERS E. Dawdle Killed Dy Auto, O. Konuer CongressK. raise $250,000 for that purpose. FIGHTING THE INFLUENZA IN ENGLAND Victory Verities The pooplo wbo spend more than thoy ran afford are thano vrho havo not had money long and won't keep It long. A frugal man lives carefully saves persistently. Y. M. C. A. Lewis spoko in the Y. M. A. Sunday night on tho Rural Life Problem. Ho said tho country is not only liko Scotland, a good place from which to como, but is also a good place to go. Amorioan deniooracy depends on her rural lifo dovejlopmont. Tlw tyolo of ondoavor in tho country should bo increased, so that in tho tho rounds, of accomplishment chiiroh, tho school, and other social organizations should bo bonefltcd. Tho rural school is Iho only thing that can bring about tho Ideal condition in tho country. Professor Bowdle tiled nt the man Stanley Good Samaritan Hoxplbil. of Injuries sustained when struck by an uutomo- New York. April 7. The wnr and bile ns he was alighting from a Cllf nnvv deniirtments nnd the tnarlno street car at the northeast eorp' are about to resume direct pur corner of Clifton nvenue and Itlddle chases of Hour, which have tieen han rnml. John I). Allen. Hamilton. Ohio. dled during the wnr by the fooil .Superintendent of Construction for the grain con'rntlon. the Int-tMiami Conservancy District, was organization announced here. In of havllli: violated n statement to dealers, tho corporation mi cliHTL-eTnitlle Iteirulntlnns No, tl und said the three departments were conthe former prohibiting reckless driv sidering suggestions that, as far an ing und the latter passing to the left law penults, purchases be made acof a street car. He was charged with cording to "certnln desirable features manslaughter. from the mills standpoint" In the grain board's buying methods. Nullities Demands. Paris. Nulllllcatlon of tho 21 de- CHICAGO LABOR MEN TO JAIL mands mnde by Japan early lu 101.1 Is urged by the Chinese uovernmeui Fines and Prison Sentences Against in nn ntllrlul stntcmciit cabled from Fifteen Chlcagoans Affirmed by U. S. Court of Appeals. Peking nnd received by the Japanese Peace Federation. 1'eking statement that tho Japanese treaties Chlniirn. April 7. Fines nnd prison and notes forced upon China In 1015 sentences given Michael lloyle and Hoy hnnlil bo abrogated, "because their Cleary ami lines nswesaeu ugainst i;i terms are Incompatible with tho prln others, Imposed March 13 In labor rnsea doles unon which the league or Ml by Judge J. Otis Humphrey on u lions Is founded." The statement l.s charge of conspiracy to violate tho t Inrcelv a rtnlv to a recent statement Sherman law, wero afllrmcd innil.. liv ll.iron Mnklno. of tho Jap by the United States Court of Appeals. anese delegation, on the position of ton-Kier s s nntl-trns- Cincinnati, War and Navy Departments Will Make Purchases Direct Instead of Through Food Administration. a Japan. LIBERTY MOTOR TOTAL 20,478 and Tho industrious man works hard and saves hard; the miser skuupa and hoards; but tho man of thrift earns largely, plans carefully, man ages economically, saves consistently and Invests in tho Victory It is truo that many loans, monoy and cups of sugar, are forgotten or unpaid. Our Unclo Samuel, however, gives us a bond for our UttJo loans "lest we forget" ho even pays Interest on It to mafca It Interesting. We used to borrow from our Undo; now our Undo Is borrowing from us. Ilotton Hall, Author of "TtorifL" "How did you loso your last job?" "I was fired for making a mistake." "That suoms unfair. Wo all aro llablo to mako mistakes." "Yes, but I told tho boss that ho couldn't get along without mo." Dotrolt Freo Press. Tornado Sweeps Omaha. Deliveries to Government End March Omaha, Neb. A score of houses 21 Hair Dllllon In Contracts wero blown were destroyed, wires Canceled. Injured down and several persons when ii tornado sweiit over the west Washington, April 7. Production of I era nart of tho city. No fatalities Liberty 12 airplane engines tor tho , wero reported. army reached a total of 20,178, final deliveries having been made by tho ! Hoover Demands Trains. manufacturers during tho week end' A dispatch received ing March 2t. Tho total value of air Copenhagen. horo from Vienna bays Herbert O. mtvIco material contracts canceled up Hoover, Director (leneral of tho Inter-Allie-d to Marcn was .kio.ouo.uuo. Belief Organization, has writ Foreign ten the (ierman-AustrlaFOUR DIE ON U. S. SUBCHASER demanding that all rolling stock now of tho states Into which Austria 6allors Lose Lives In Explosion Is divided shall bo placed at tho disAboard Craft at Key West, posal of the Allied ltallroad Mission. Florida. Slain at Neighbor's Home. Owing to the llu epidemic hi ICnglaiid, the Lltchtlcld authorities havo Key West, Flu., April 7. Four sailNew Albany, I ml. Harry Whiteclosed the schools. Tho heuilmaster of the King ICdward VI grammnr school to havo been killed killed by ltoscon ors aro reported games, parados, drills, head was shot and got permission to carry on his school with as tho result of uu explosion on bourd etc., to light the llu, One of tho methods taken was to huvo thu boys luhalo Cflswell, at Fredericksburg, Kid. tho submarlno chaser No. 203. disinfectant through their nostrils ufter each exercise was completed. n Jim-lster, .April 10, 1910. THI nyest She's goln' to stsy with us Ull tomorrow." "Good Idee I" said Undo Penbody. R f tnnb tlm mnnev nut of their hands find went In nnd goto It to the Silent Woman. "That's your present from roe, I said. CITIZEN , Pago Three. THE LIEUT IN THE NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS CLEARING Aimoa of A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WRIGHT IRVING BACHELLERw I UN HOIDCN. AND I. DAtML Of THI tUtttD GLt UWUO UP VITH UZZK. ETC, TC Ml 8YNOP8I8. CHAPTEn I Ilarton Ilarnes, orphan, la taksn to lira with his uncle, Penbody Jlarnts, and hla Aunt Deal on a farm on lUttleroad In a neighborhood called about the year Ilarton meeta Bslly uunkelberc, about hla own am. but socially of a rlaaa above the Ilaynears, and la fascinated bjr the prettr face and One clothes. "cilAPTKIt meeta Ilovlnc Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the "HlUnt Woman." Amoa Urlmshaw, young aon of the rlchtat man In the township, la a visitor at the Ilaynes home, and Jlovlnn Kate telle the fortunes of the two bora, predlctlntr a bright future for liar-to- n and death on the fallows for Amoa. Ilrprovrd for an act of boyish mischief Ilarton runs away. Intending to make hla home with the Ihinkelbergs. He reaches the village of Canton and falls Into a aleep of eshauatlon on a porch. There he la found by Hllaa Wright. Jr., promt- In puhllo affairs, who, knowing Jent man llnyti's, takes Ilarton home after buying him new clothes. Uck-Itrsp- llt rton 0 CHATTEIl and his uncle and aunt visit Canton and hear Kilns Wright read a sermon, rtun Wright evinces ClfAPTKIt much Interest In Ilarton, and ornds a box of books and maguilnea to the Ilaynea home. The elertion of Bllaa Wright to the United States senate la announced. IV-B- llas CTiAPTEn Barton la twelve old he becomes aware of the existence of a vionderful and mysterious power known as "Money." and learns bow, through hla possession of that wonderful thing Clrlmshaw Is the most powerful and greatly dreaded man In the community, most of the settlers being In his debt. After a visit to the Uayncs homo Mr. Wright leavea a note In a sealed envelope, which Ilarton Is to read on the first night when he leaves home to attend school. rears CHAPTKil Is asked to drive a load to mill, arrives safely, hut In a snowstorm, unable to see the road, the horses get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Uncle I'rabody manages to net together enough to satisfy Qrlmahaw and obtain an extension. VI-na- rion o "Jlerry Chrls'mas I" wo all shouted She smiled and nodded her head and y rat down In the chair which Uncle had placed for her at the stove side. Aunt Dec! took the cloud off her head while Kate drew her mittens newly knitted of tho best yarn. Then my aunt brought some stockings and a shawl from' the treo nnd laid them on the lap of old Kute. What a silence fell upon us as wo saw tears coursing down the cheeks of this lonely old CHAPTER leaves home to woman of the countryside tears of attend Michael Uncket's school. Amos Urlmshaw Is arrested charged with the Joy, doubtless, for God knows how long It hnd been since tho poor, abandoned murder of the stranger. soul had seen n merry Christmas and CHAPTER seeks to brtlMi Ilarton to be silent about his shared Us kindness, I did not fall to wounding the murderer of the roan killed observe how clean her face and hands on the rood. The offer Is spurned. looked She was greatly chnnged. CHAPTER She took my hand as I went to hrr of Hen Orlm-haseek to kidnap Ilarton, or do worse, lie Is warned by ''Silent Kate," arid es- side und tenderly caressed It. A geu-tie- r capes. , siullo came to her face than ever CHAPTER reabody. Aunt I had seen upon It. The old stern look Deel and the nelghbora crlebratou Christ- ' returned for a moment as she held ono mas. "Old Kate" Is ono of the party. linger nloft In a gesture which only I I nnd my Aunt Deel understood. Wo Uncle Jnbcz lielil ono foot In both knew It signalized n peril and n myslinnilH before lilia nnd Joyfully hopped tery. That I should hnvo to meet It, up tho bidden pnthway, I around the tree. whutevcr. Theso relative hnd brought their Iscmewhoro reudyl" exclaimed tho family gifts, some ilr.ys 'before, to bo hunt; on IU brunches. Tlio thine that cheerful voice of Aunt Deel. caught my eyo wns n bis silver watch Then what n stirring of chairs and hanging by n long golden chnln to ono feet us wo snt down at tho table. Old of the boughs. Undo Penbody took It Kato sat by the side of my mint and wi were ull surprised ut her good mandown nnd hold It nloft by the chnln, ners. fo Hint none should miss the sight, PayWe Jested nnd lnughed and drank ing: elder und reviewed tho year's history 1" "From Snntu Clnus for Hart und ate us only they may eat who lmvu A murmur of udmlrntlon rim through big bones uud muscles nnd tho vitality of oxen. I never tnsto the flavor of sago and currant Jelly or hear n hearty laugh without thinking of those holiday dinners In tho old log houso on ltnttlorond. That Chrlstmns brought mo nothing better than those words, the memory of which Is ono of tho tallest towers In thnt long nvenuo of my past down the three Journey together. They are held up by a man with a gun, who makta the highwayman's demand of "Your money or your life." l'urvls runs away, while the stranger draws a pistol, but before he can use It the robber shoots and kills him. Ilarton's horse throws him and runs away. As the murderer bends Over the stranger Ilarton throws a stone which he observes wounds the thief, who rnakea oft at once, but not until Ilarton had noted that his gun stock was broken In a peculiar manner. Search of tha neighborhood for the robber Is unavailing and the stranger Is burled. VHI-ltarton Pea-bod1 XI-TJI Ilarton accompanies "Mr fear hired man. to the postotrlca Purvis." at Canton. On the way they meet a rtdrr, and CHAPTER. VII-N- ow In his sixteenth Como nil tho wny from Durllngfon. Now gct-nthere. You'vo got your load." I moved out of tho wny In n hurrl-enn- o of merriment. It was his ono great day of prldu and vnnlty. 11 o did , not try to conceal them. The other presents floated for a moment In this Irresistible tide of laughing good will and found their owners. z I have never forgotten how Undo chimed Aunt Minerva around the house with n wooden Biiabc cunningly carved nnd colored. I observed there were many thltigs on tho tree which hnd not been taken down when wo younger ones gutliered up our wealth nnd repaired to Aunt Deol's room to feast our eyes upon It and comparo our good fortune. The women nnd tho big girls rolled up their sleeves uud went to work with Aunt Deel preparing tho dinner. The great turkey and the chicken plo wero made ready und put In tho oven and tho potutoes und tho onions and tho winter squash wero soon boiling In Mean' their pots on tho stovctop. while the children wero playing In my aunt's bedroom and Uncle 11 rum and Undo Jabcz were pulling sticks In a corner while tho other men sat tipped against the wall watching and maklug playful comments nil save my Undo 1'cabody, who was trying to touch his heud to the floor und then straighten up with thu aid of tho broomstick. In the midst of It Aunt Deel opened the front door und old Kutu, tho Silent ouian, entered. To my surprise, slio wore it decent-lookindress of gray homespun cloth uud a white cloud looped over her head and ears and tied around her neck und u good pair of p Jn-be1 g boot. which I have been looking theso many duys. About all you can do for n boy, worth while. Is to glvo him something good to remember. The day had turned dark. Tho temperature had risen uud the ulr was dank nnd chilly. Tho men began to hitch up their horses. So, ono by one, tho slclghloads left nnd a grindus with cheery good-by- s Pen-bod- "From Santa Claus for Dartl" tho company which gathered around mo as I held tho trcusuro In my trembling bunds. y This la for Hart, too." Undo shouted us ho took down a bolt of soft bluo cloth and laid It In my arms. "Now there's eomethln' thut's Jest about as slick oa a kitten's car. Feci of it. tt'a for o suit a' clotuca. lca-bod- ing of runners and a Jingling of bells. y When tho last had gone Uncle and I went Into the houso. Aunt Deel snt by tho stove, old Kute by tho window looking out ut tho falling dusk. How still the houso seemed "Thero's ono thing I forgot," I mid as I proudly took out of my wallet tho r bills which I had earned six by working Saturdays and handed tcre of them to my uuut and three to my uncle, saying: "Thut Is my Christmas present to you. I earned It myself." 1 remember so well their ustonlsh-tneu- t nnd the trembling of their hands and tho look of their faces. "It's grand ayes I" Aunt Dccl said In a low touo. Sho rose lu a moment und beckoned to mo uud my uncle. Wo followed her through tho open door to tho otbeY room. "I'll tell yo whut I'd do," sho whispered. "I'd slvo 'em to ol' Kuto-- r 1 ouo-dollu- Hnw ran I fnriret how sho held IDT arm against her with that loving, fa- Effects of German Protests and miliar, rocking motion of n woman Threats Seen in Doings of who Is soothing n baby nt ner nrensi the Treaty Makers. nnd kissed m rnnl sleeve? Bho re leased my nrm nod, turning to tho window, leaned her bend upon Its sill and shook with sobs. Tlio husk unci mien-encWILSON URGING MORE SPEED As I returned to my seat by tho I could dimly see her form stovo dgnlnst tho light of the window. Wo Advisability of Coming to Terms With sat In sllenco for a tittle while. Hungary and Russia Seriously ConThen IJnrln Penbody rose and got a Counterrevolution sidered candle nnd lighted It nt the hearth. Against Bolshevism Bloody y I held thu lnntern while Undo Strike Riots In Qer. fed tho sheep nnd the two cows man Cities. and milked a slight chore tneso win-tdays. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. "You and I are to go off to bed purty Prodded by the public opinion of early," he said ns wo were going back particularly by to the house. "Ycr Aunt Deel wants most of tho world, nnd to talk the Insistence of President Wilson, to see Kute ulone and git her the pence delegntes In Paris speeded If sho can. up their work Inst week nnd renlly "I dunno but sbo'll swing back Into something. Mr. Wilson, It this world tig'In," said Undo 1'cabody wns reliably reported, told them that when we hnd gone up to our llttlo If results were not forthcoming soon loom. "I guess all Bho needs Is to bo he might reveal to the public the real n human heln'. Yer Aunt treated like o' causes of the delny, and Just before Deel an' I couldn't git over thlnkln' denying what she done for you thnt night In that he Issued n statement league the ol' burn. So I took some o yer that the discussions over tho reaunt's good clothes to her nn' n pair of nations were to blnmc In thnt Wilo boots an asked her to como to spect. No one nation, snld Mr. Clirls'mns. She lives In a little room son, wns solely to be blamed for holding up the peace treaty, but dlspntches over the blncksuilth shop down to mill. I told her I'd cofne from Paris mnke It fairly clear that nfter her with the cutter but sho shook many of the hitches have been due to the dlspnrlty between what the French hei bend. I knew sho'd rather walk." Ho was yawning us ho spoke nnd demand nnd what the Americans, soon wo were both asleep under the sometimes bneked by the Hrltlsh, nre willing to Impose on the conquered shingles. Germans. If present Indications go fur anyCHAPTER XII. thing, those same beaten Huns are going to come out of the peace conThe Thing and Other Things. ference In fnlrly good shape. The "Rig I returned to Mr. llacket's houso Four" lost week concerned themselves late In tho afternoon of New Yenr's mnlnly with the major questions of day. The .schoolmaster was lying on a reparation, the west bank of the big lounge In a corner of their front Ithlne. Danzig and the Italian frontier. room with the children about him. Tho Unofficially, Germany has been taking dusk was falling. part In the conference, nnd Its "Welcome, my luddlo buckl" he expresented by public olllclnls, "We're telling the national assembly and the press, claimed as I entered. stories o' tho old year nn' you're Just seem to be hnvlng decided effect. In time for the lust o' them. Sit down, Though France still nsserts that the lad, and God glvo ye patlencol It'll Huns should be required to pay the soon be over." last penny thnt can bo got out of After supper he got out his boxing them, uud In this nre supported by the gloves nnd gave mo a lesson In the art public opinion of most of the civilized In which. I was soon world, the pence delegates. Influenced of to learn, ho was highly accomplished, apparently by the American represenfor we hod n few rounds together tatives, have been scaling down the every day after that. He keenly amount of Indemnity more nnd more this form of exercise nnd I soon until tho prediction now Is thnt It will taking pun- be less thnn $20,000,000,000. began to. My capacity for How ishment without flinching grew upaco Germony shall pay nml how long n nnd before long I got the knack of time shall bo given her proves so comcountering nnd that pleased him more plicated a question that It was considthan my work In school, I havo ered probable last week that all that sometimes thought. will be left for decision by a commis"God bless ye, boy I" he exclaimed sion after peace has been declared. day after I had lauded heavily on Germany bus a gold reserve of more one wny o snenkln' his cheek, "ye've a nice than $."00.000,000, and likely a part of In with yer right. I've n notion yo this will be demanded ns n cash payimiy find It useful some day." ment to be disbursed In the devnstnted I wondered n little why ho should regions of Hclglum uud France. sfiy thnt, and while I was wondering he felled me with a stinging blow on my nose. When tho mntter of tho Rhlnelnnd "Ah, my lad there's tho best thing wns taken up the effect of tho German protests again was evident. It wns 1 l.nvo seen ye do get up an come back with no mad In ye," he said as ho virtually decided that there shall bo no buffer republic on tho left bank of gave mo his hand. One day the schoolmaster called tho tho Ithlne, but that that region shall oliler boys to the front scats In his be neutralized nnd policed by allied troops until the Indemnities nre paid; room and I among them. "Now, boys, I'm going to nsk yo thnt tho Snnr coal basin shall not be what ye want to do In the world," ho allotted to France, but shall remnln said. "Don't be afraid to tell mo what under German sovereignty, though Its yc may never have told beforo und I'll products shnll go to the French for n certain period of years. It Is prevumed do what I cuti to help ye." Tor somo months I had been study- that French and Hclgtan troops would ing u book Just published, entitled, hold the left bank of the Ithlne, since " "h'teuogrnphle nnd hnd tho Hrltlsh have Insufllclenl forces for learned Its alphabet and practiced tho tho purpose nnd Amerlcl does not use of It. That evening I took down wish to leave nny soldiers In Kuropo the remarks of Mr. Hucket In sound-han- nfter the trenty Is signed. King Albert of Helglum went to Paris last Tho ncademy chapel was crowded week, probably to discuss his counHo with the older boys und girls and the try's share In this occupation. tcwnfolk. The master never clipped called on Colonel House und President his words In school ns he was wont to Wilson. do when talking familiarly with the children. Marshal Foch was sent to Spa Wednesday with full Instructions for end"Slnco the leaves fell our llttlo bus occupied the center of the ing tho dispute concerning Danzig. stage before un uudlenco of millions The allies wished to havo General Hal-le- r In tlio great theater of congress. Out and his Polish divisions landed ut leading citizen tho chief nctor has that port, and the Germans declared been crowned with Immortal fume. We they could not permit It; and the ultiwho watched the play wero thrilled by mate fato of Danzig wns Involved In the query: Will Uuclo Sam yield to temptation or cling to honor? Ho hat Duilkefberg. The latter did not speak chosen tho latter course nnd wo may to mo nnd when I nsked Sully If I still bear tho applause In distant gal- could. wnlk homo with her she anleries beyond the sen. Ho has decided swered curtly, "No, thnnk you." that the public revenues must bo paid I hnvo got a bit uheud of my history. In holiest money, "My friend nnd classmate, George Soon after the opening of tho new Ilnncroft, tho historian, has wrltter yeur ten dnys or so inter It moy have been I hnd begun to feel myself this letter to mo out of u full heart: by n new nnd subtle force. BIlai It wus a thing us Intangible as heat "Your fellow townsman, Wright, Is now the largest figure In but ns real ns flro and more terrible. It Washington Wo wora nil worried llV tho seemed to me. I felt It first In tho resolution of Henry Clay until It begun of my pluy fcllowB. Thoy deto crumble tinder tho Irresistible attack nied me tho confidence and Intimacy of Mr. Wright. On tho 10th he sub- which I hud enjoyed beforo. They mitted a report upon It which for lucid whispered together In my presence. In nnd nccuruto statements presented In nil this I had not failed to observo that tho most unpretending manner won Henry Wills Jiad tuken a leading part. universal admiration nnd will bo re- Tho Invisible, Inaudible, mysterious membered ullko for Its Intrinsic excelthing wrought a great change lu me. It lence nnd for having uchleved ono of followed mo through tho day nnd lay tho most mgmorublo victories over down with mo tit night. 1 wondered gained In tho United States senate. whut I had done. I curefully surveyed After n long debate Cluy himself, com- - my clothes. They looked ull right to nelled bv thu Irreslstlblo force of argu- - me. My character wus ccrtaluly no mcnt In tho report of Mr. Wright, was worse than It had been. How It preyed obliged to retire from his position, his upon my pence nnd rest nnd hnpplness resolution having been rejected by a thnt mysterious hlddcu ttdngt vota of 44 to 1.' " Ono day Uuclo Peabody camo down With whut prldo and Joy I heard of tc see mo and I walked through the acthis great thing that my frletid had vlllugo with him. We met Mr. Dunkel- complished! berg, who merely nodded nnd hurried Going out with tho crowd that evetm nl.tni, Hia III orftlll fl t . filll ' ning,. L met Sully. ,ud Mrx and Mrs. not creet him warmly and chat wilU Pca-bodei Hut-ttrllelnrgu-ment- the- matter. Before Foch hnd begun In his negotiations a correspondent Paris cabled that the "Ills Four" hnd decided that Danzig should be mnde n free port, nnd ndded thnt It wns reported the disposition of tho Vistula valley would be left to n plebiscite. A Home paper asserted thnt tho Italian frontier question hnd been settled favorably to Italy by the peace - Evidently tho linns do not Intend the Poles shnll find anything of value left In this territory If they nre nwnrded It by tho peace conference. It Is a enso of Iielglum and northern Franco over ngnln. Again setting out to overthrow the Ebert government, the Spnrtncnns ond minority soclollsts of Germany have started general strikes In Uorlin, Frankfort, Stuttgnrt nnd other cities. Htoody riots endued In some places, notably Frankfort, wbere several hundred persons wore reported to hnvo been killed. Ten thousand workmen there paraded the streets and looted n great warehouse thnt was full of foodstuffs and then battled with the government forces sent against them. z The German troops opposite the bridgehead occupied by the Americans were moved townrd Frankfort, nfter permission was obtained from the French mllltnry authorities In tho Mnyenco bridgehead zone to enter tho disturbed city. The streets of Stuttgnrt were filled with great crowds and with troops and there wns much shooting; the government, nt Inst wns master of tlio situation there. Martial law was proclaimed throughout the entire Rhltieland. The strikers demanded that Germany resume diplomatic relations with Russia at once. In lierlln, though tho leaders of organized labor were the government, more than 150,000 workers were out by Thursday night und more struck later. Rensays In ISerlln ter's correspondent sympathy with Spnrtnclsm Is spreading among tlie better classes. Including otllelals, teachers, clerks and people In simitar walks of life. They are all thoroughly discontented and argue that things cannot well be worse thnn they are, while bolshevlsm at least opens prospects of better things some day for their children In the wny of food. The people assert that the only way the poor can be persuaded of the fallacy of bolshevlsm Is by giving them liberal food rations, especlnlly meat, bread and fats. The correspondent quoted said there was much talk of the Imminence of n new coup. Tho evident aim of the Spartncans wus to upset or greatly disturb tho government before the meeting of tho soviet congress, called for this week. This assembly Is fraught with peril for Ebert and his associates, for the delegates niny not tnfie nt Its face value Schcldemnim's promise thnt the soviet principle shnll bo "anchored firmly" In the constitution. Cob-lenig delegates. The Infrequent communiques of the pence conference nro nbout ns Interesting ns excerpts from nn ntmnnnc, nnd less Informative. One bit of news was given out tho fact that General Smuts had been dispatched to Hungary to study the sltuntton there. This did not please the Paris press, which saw In It only nnother delay. It had been hoped that General Mangln would be sent east to deal with the Hungarians. Olllclal advices from Budapest were to the effect that the new soviet government was establishing Itself and maintaining order, nnd that It was disposed to mnke Inrgo concessions to the nllles In return for food and fuel. It was supposed Smuts would open negotiations for nn amicable agreement. Heln Klin nnd his associates Insist their government Is communistic rather than bolshevistic. The fact remains that Kun Is In constant communication with Lenlne, whoso secretnry he formerly wns. The nllled delegates also were said to be considering the advisability of coming to an understanding with the Ilusstun soviet government nnd permitting It to get food and materials. This, Lenlne snys. Is nil he wnnts; If It Is granted his government enn mnke good, nnd then the allies can recognize It If they, wish to. Ho declnres he Is willing to make peace without Including Hungary In the pact and will then cense lighting nnd stop propaganda All this. It work In other countries. wns reported, sounded good to the s In view of the threats of Germany to form an alliance with Russia or to allow Itself to "go bolshevik" If the terms of the treaty should not bo to their liking. Meanwhile tho soviet troops of Russia were very busy carrying, out their threat to start major operations on all fronts ns soon ns tho wenther permitted. They began a rather formidable Invasion of East Prussia und were met there by a German army which has been orgnnlzed They continued by Von Hlndenburg. their operations In the south nnd mnde repeated and heavy attacks on the nllled forces In the Archangel region. There, however, they had little success. Hut that the northern Russian situation Is considered serious by the allies Is evidenced by the fact that tho Hrltlsh government announced thnt would Immediately follow the American troops then on the way to North Russia. pence-mnker- ein Official Russian wireless messages Sound-Hand,- pecially so long ns he can provide his troops with sufficient food. Interesting If not Important Is tho Intercepted wireless message from Tchltcherln, Russlnn foreign minister, to Heln Kun of Hungary, saying: "Tho revolutionary movement certainly Is gaining In Amcrlcn. American newspapers say tho states of Now York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois nnd Michigan nro especlnlly Impregnated by bolshevlsm. A riot has taken place In Philadelphia, which certainly must be attributed to bolshevlst Influence." Poland Is sending distress calls because of tho actions of Von Hlnden-burg- 's urray In eastern Germany. Theso troops, besides combating the advancing Russians, are said to bo pillaging upper Silesia, destroying Its that came from Petrograd Thursday may change the Russian sltuiftlon materially. They told of an strike of the railway und transport men which had stopped communications and prevented the city from getting any brend. Other dispatches said the menshevlkl and social revolutionaries had actually started a revolt against the bolshevik regime and that Lcnlno nnd Trotzky hnd comg to n definite break over the former's Insistence on some sort of a treaty with England, France nnd the United States. Trotzky, of coursfc, holds tho mllltnry control, nnd he Is regnrded ns Jn n stronger position than Lenlne, es- The covenant of the league of wus completed lost week and submitted by the drafting committee to the commission. Whut wns done with the various amendments suggested wns not announced. Organized In Great Hrltalu nt its nntlonal ndopted resolutions deconference manding thnt the league plan be Incorporated In the peace treaty and t. proposing certnln changes In the It nsked that the principle of be extended to all colonies .nnd dependencies, which, of course, would include India, Egypt nnd presumably Ireland; It also asked that conscription be definitely prohibited and thnt the principle of universal military training und service be ndopted In Its stead. This will be of Interest to union labor of tho United Stntes, which always 1ms fiercely opposed anything like universal mllltnry nn-tloIn-bcovo-nan- training. Abysslnln comes news From far-of-f of two revolts against the government, one bended by n grandsou of King Johannes II, who died In 1SS9, und tho other by the governor of Dedlazinach, wherever that may be. It Is said tho Abyssinian government will send n delegation to Paris to ask for tho admission of tho country to tho leaguo of nations. Spain also has announced e league when it Is Its adherence to-th- constituted. Political Interest In tho United States last week centered In Chicago, whero William Hule Thompson wns mayor, despite his wretched war record. Ills victory gives his faction n commanding position In the Republican nffulrs of Illinois, uccordlng to Its claims, und thcro Is talk again of trying to obtain for him the nomination for tho presidency. Probnbly no other aspirant for that honor Is worried by this. d o Industries systematically and taking away everything from tho factories. him ns he hnd been wont to do. I saw that Tho Thing ns I hud como to think of It wus following him nlso. How It darkened his facol ""Even now I can feel tho aching of tho deep, bloodless wounds of thut day. I could bear It better alone. We wero trying to hldo our pain from each other when How quickly my we said good-by- . undo turned away and walked toward the sheds! He camo rarely to tho village of Canton lifter that May had returned n warm bright May. I had entered my seventeenth jtur and tho work of tho term was ftnUtiart WHY ANOTHER CAMPAIGN. i (Continued next wcok.) THE PAINTER'S BEST FRIEND Of all the many liquid substances which can be used for the binding of pulnt or dry substances which when dissolved In water are used as vehicles for pigments none fulfills necessary conditions so well as linseed oil, the king of the fixed oil, and, what Is of enormous Importance, does It as cheaply. It Is tht painter's best friend because It makes his work satisfactory. Tho wnr Is over; why can't everybody go homo and go to work as they did beforo It was started? Th.'t Is a question frequently put In speaking of tho great Kentucky stuto-wld- e campaign tho week of April 1 to raise Sr),000 for tho relief of Jewish war KtiiTcrers In eastern Europe, True, tho war Is over, but the end of the conflict bus brought with It Increased sulTrfrlng to the Jewish people In that section becauso Industry bus been paralyzed, Those who wero able to keep their work during the wnr are now unable, to do anything. Unsettled political conditions do not offer prom-Is- o of help In tho luuucdluto futuro. In tho meantime, although thousands will starve, millions can bo suved through relief from America. "OUR BOYS FREED THEM; WONT YOU HELP FEED THEM!" This Is tho slogan of tho Kentucky drive tho week of April 1 to raise $r0,000 for the relief of Jewish war sufferers In ltassla, Poland, Oallda, Rumania, Lithuania, Palestine and other strUltea couatrlla. Won't youJ state-wido f Pmo Four tuk crriZK Jones at Wnrren, Ky. Mr. James Dallon and family havo moved into tho Wilson property on Center Street. Mr. Paul Derthick, of Stanton Ky.. has accented a nosltion in Mr, r.hismnn's furniture store, nnd ox peels to move his family lo Berea, soon. Miss Mary Adams relumed home trilay, nfter spending somo limo In Richmond with her sister who has been ill. Nobby red sailors, that small hat you want for dress, nnd for motor Ing at Laura Jones'. All tho newest things in fancy fealhers and flowers, and shapes. Givo us your order ad we appreciate it. Lieut. Juno Logsdon was visited nl tho first of Iho week by his brother, who has just received hi discharge from tho navy. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard spent tho week-en- d with Mrs. Gahbard's parents at Richmond. Miss Grace Elliott, a former Berea student, Is v'siling her sister, Miss Lou, and her many selmol friends Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. G. If. Burdelle, and Miss Lowen motored lo Lexington Tuesday evening. Mr. Durham, of tho Foundation department was in Cincinnati Mon day. Rev. Gilbert Combs is visiting his mother and other relatives in Berea this week. Ho is now located in Paris and is doing a great 'work as pnslor of tho Methodist Church in that city. Mr. G. D. Holliday paid Tho Cili zeni a friendly call this week. He is at present representing tho Haz ard Coal Co.. and has his main offlco in Marion, Ind. Tho Hazard coal is recognized for its superior quality for domestic use, and is in great dc mand. Treasurer Osborne is still con lined lo his homo on account of pro. longed illness, but is alile to bo up about the house. Mr. Ralph Osborno and little son Putnam, were in Berea this week visiting Mr. Osborne's parents. Mrs. II. J. Christopcr underwent quite a serious operation at the College Hospital on Tuesday morning, hut at present her condition is re ported as favorable. Cards came to Berea last week announcing tho arrival of a son in tho family of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Porter. They will bo remembered by Berea students of several years ago. Mr. Porter was gratuated from tho Collego department, and held the position of Y. M. C. A. Secretary at Youngstown, O, until called to the colors. He Is still in France or Germany. Mrs. Porter was Miss Fredia Hoscha, a graduate of our Music department and for several years clerk in tho Secretary's office, During Mr. Porter's absenco in France, she is with her parents al Carrollton, Ky. P. April WITH THE CHURCHES Union Church 10, 1019. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment ami Service nt Lowest Cost. sun-rarlo- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Spcnco spen Iho week end wilh Dr. and Mr. D. Wards for Men and for Women rnraie Koom, uaini, r.ieciric service. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE k Tho for all al 0:45. al 11 a.m. Sunday-school with cIomm Preaching sorvico The Banking Methods of Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. RonKRT Today at 0:45 a.m. 1 First Baptist Church Sunday-school H. Cowlry, M.I)., I'hrslcian Harlan Dudley, M l)., 1'hTslclan Mr. Anna 1'owkll Hackktt, R.N. , Superintendent Mrs. Milks-- Stkarn Siiartk, R.N., Assistant CHANCE IN RATES Preaching servico nt 1 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening are based upon the at 7:30. lleglnnlng March t, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will he $15 to $t8 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per dav. Uv Order of PrudentiaLCommltter, llerea College Tho Rev. S. H. Johnson, of La Fol- lelle, Tcnn., will preach at eleven o'clock next Sunday morning. Tho B. Y. P. U. servico nt 0:15. Wo extend a hearty wclcomo to all to unito with us in theso scrv ices. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A principles recognized applied in the operation of the Federal Reserve System You owe it to yourself transact vour bank ness with a bank which is a rn. member of WnTO$U ws LOAV To Christian Church News Tho meeting, conducted by Evan gelist Bennett nnd Singer Arnold, began Saturday ovening, March 1st, nnd continued till Lords Day night, April tU It, resulting in nearly sixty who responded lo tho invitations of the Gospel. Wo aro hoping that this number does not express all the good done, by nny means. It hai been Iho writer's experience lo havo many evangelists with him in evangelistic meetings, but II. Gordon Bennett as preacher of tho Gospel end R. Paul Arnold as song leader aro among the best I can holll to assist me. There is already an earnest request for them to return this fall, but no definite step has Irten taken in this matter. Let u hope and pray for their success whero they may go. Remember regular services Lord's Day, at tho usual hour. In the nfternoon al 2:30 the ortllnanco of baptism will bo attended to. We praiso the Lord for this wonderful meeting. We aro soon to havo soccial gathering of tho membership nd friends, that the new members may receive a social welcome. W. J. Hudspeth. Minister a new baby girl. Sho arrved Sun Scicntiilc iiprso shoeing, flno iron day morning. Mrs. Earl O. Walker left Friday work and repairs of all descriptions Shop, for New York (o meet her husband, at the College Dlacksmith who landed Main Street, north of Tho Citizen Lieutenant Walker, ad. there April 2. Lieutnant Walker Office. was discharged April 1. Why buy your hats at Laura & N. TIME TABLE Jones? Because! Northbound H. Gordon Bennett, the revivalist, 3:38 a. m. Train No, 31 and his singer, II. Paul Arnold, who 12:55 p. m. , Train o. 38 have been holding the revival ser1:58 p. in. Train No. 32 vices al the Christian church, left Southbound Monday for Jefferson, Texas, where 12:10 a. m. No. 31 Train they will hold another meeting. 12:13 p. m. Train No. 33 Because? Yes, you get the best 1:10 p. m Train No. 37 hat for your money. Tho hat is filled to your own individual style Master Jack Jones has measles. Mrs. Jones will not sell you an un Buy your hat at Laura Jones' millinery parlor. Very select stock, becoming hat. Sho takes pride in filling you wilh the right hat for nil new, just in from Ihc city. Styles you. ad. and prices right. .Corner Chestnut Tho Jackson Street League will and Parkway, Dcrca, Ky. ad. Monday T. B. Stephenson has been on a hold ils next meeting on night, April 11, at the home of Prof. business trip to Scott county, Virand Mrs. W. J. Baird. Thero will bp ginia, returning Monday. importanco to Charles barton, son of Bcrea'9 matters of special a consider. well known Trustee, and himself The Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Sayder of former student of Berea, is now evening Tele- Slrasburg, Va, are visiting tho connected with the latter's sister, Mrs. Edgar Moore. gram in New York. A few settings of White Leghorn cheap and of best stylo Hats arc eggs for salo at 75c. for 15. (ad.) at Eva Walden's. ad.p-- 41 F. M. Livengood. Mrs. Eva Waldcn is going to Lieut. William Campbell of Camp her store to make room for Taylor visited Berea friends Sun more now stock. J. D. Clarkston lias sold his Ford day. F. L. Moore is ill and not able to car to It. B. Doe and bought a Duick. bo in his store. Miss Helen Wyatt gave a birthday Miss Mae Todd of Georgetown was dinner to Chester Brown lal Satur day at 0:30. Alvin Glasscock, Miss in Berea visiting friends a few days ago. ' Marie Bower, Mrs. Lou Wyatt, and (See those now skirls in latest Miss Bernico Norris wcro present. material and style at Eva Walden's. Everything is sold,- - cheapest at (ad.) (ad.) Eva Walden's. Mr. Dr. Stcclo of Hazard visited Clinton Early will sail from France her father, Clark Eversolc, here last on April 12. week. Leona Webb, an Eastern Kentucky Mrcs. John Dean, Misses Anna Normal student, is homo in Berea, Powell and Etta' English attended having caught the measles. the conference at Knoxvillc, Tcnn You will find 101 bargains at Eva lust week. WAR TROPHIES AT FISH'S (ad.) Walden's. Mrs. Zcrelda Preston has been Lieut. Earl O. Walker has return given Sat- very ill at Iho homo of her son, Tho musical concert ed from France, bringing with him urday night at the Christian church Charles Preston, on JciTcrson street. several interesting war trophies. Mrs. John Bales visited her daughwas a great success. It took tho iieutenant Walker va;vounded in houe and yard both to hold tho ter, Mrs. Sid Combs, in Lexington, 'landers where ho was 111 a famous two days of last week. audience. You can find anything you want irlve. The trophies, most of which Have you bought your now spring he has personal connection with, and summer huts? If not, buy them in suits, capes and coats at Eva may bo seen in. .nunnery (ad.) Walden's. of Laura Jones. Mrs. Jones has just Sloro window. There will bo more Robert R. Templclon, who gradlost her big stock of hats all ready about Lieutenant Walker and the for sale on tho opening day by fir- e- uated from Berea in 1917, and who trophies next week. C. no insurance. She will appreciato has sinco been engaged in Y. M. ad. A. war work, was chosen last Satyour orders very much. GREAT SPRING RALLY urday as tho Republican candidate Corp. Earl Haley, who has been Four hundred and sovcnty-llv- e fur thrt House of Representatives in visiting in Berea, went to Mt. Vcr thousand, ono hundred and fifty Scott county, Virginia. Sunday-scho- ol non last Saturday and is with his pcoplo request Mrs. Laura Jones' residence. thrco friends there. He will goon go to whero sho "sells hats and sells your presence at Church and Sunday-Indianapolis where ho baa accepted school, Somowhero in Kenhem right" is right by her store, a position. corner of Chestnut and Parkway, tucky on Berea, Ky. ad. May 4, 1919 Tho Rev. W. C. Noble is visiting Days follow War Ho will Reconstruction his mother in Maryland. T I.. .11. 41. n !.... as. itf attend tho M. E. Cchurch conference ir.Ai't'pi, inn i.uru muni uiu uuusu, they labor in vain that build it." " m Newark,. N. J. Therefore, accept this manifold Canna Bulbs for salo at tho Col-leinvitation I Gardens 75 cents a dozen. W. E. Rix spent several days last week in Rockcastio county in the interest of Tho Citizen. Ho will go lo Owsley county for part of nox , week. 4 You can find anything you want in children's hats at Eva Walden's. en-lar- go 1 1 go Best Blacksmithing Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parks have Berea National Bank 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 thes,e goods than has been possible in a long time. COME IN AND SEE THEM .MILT A A 'JfljS iff Aft ww Easter Millinery Wonderful, indeed, are the New Hats at B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky, I NOTICE Jno. r. Dean J. W. Herndoa Will sell al nublic auction. Mav ULALLIlb W REAL ESTATE 1st, at L. &. N. freight depot, Herca, Ky, 3 boxes Lenox Soap, 5 cartons Berea, Kentucky Lenox Soap, 2 cartons wash Wo are still soiling Real Estate powder, from Proctor & Gamble, Ivorydale, Ohio, consigned In H. F. 111 and around llerea; but soon it Georgo Coal Co, account unclaimed. will bo Impossible to gel possession tins year, as farmers aro' making Signed, arrangement for tho year's work. H. L. JAMES, agent, A few more bargains in small farms L. Si N. railroad. and city properly. Como nnd got ono wlnlo you can, they will be rou SALE Ono complete saw mill, consisting higher next year. Seo Dean at the Derea Dank and of a top saw rig and edger, ono Trust Co.; catch Horndon on the fly. power boiler and a power engine, all in good condition; Respectfully, power gasolino enalso 1 DEAN & 1IERNDON, gine. For particulars apply to Dealers In Real Estato, Derea, Kjr. T. J. TODD, Paint Lick. Ky. s'j Fish's Many of them just unpacked yes terday. Every hat idea that has appeared this season can be found in some of them. Models and ma terials are many Smart lisere turbans, clever pokes, new sailor fleets, lovely transparent hats of hair lace and tulle, large hats with longated lines. They are trimmed FOR SALE with wings, ostrich leathers, col On April 10, I will sell at Dcrca ored fruit and flowers, and glycer- freight depot to tho highest bidder ine novelties in black and all the a refused shipment, consisting of ono barrel of lubricating oil, conlovely shades. II. L. JAMES, Agent, L. tc. N. Railroad. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR signed to V. C. Engle, Derea, Ky. Salo to bo held at 10:00 o'clock a.m. First Class Repairing AND 3w Big Sale of Wanted and For Sale TOR SALE ad. (ad.)" This Store has the Agency for ' NETTLETON SHOES A make known thru-othe world for its true worth. ut J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky Piner Campbell, a Berea Collego sailor, has just returned from England and is visiting acquaintances here. Several Berea soldiers attended tho banquet given al Richmond to (he returned soldiers anil sailors of Madison County. A number of teachers also went over. All the girls who hud tlioir hats bought or selected nt Mrs. Laura Jones' sloro beforo tlioi llro will pleaso call ut Mrs. Jones' residence. Her new milllnpry parlor will bo there till her storo is readv again. We can fit you in hats thero; call Friday and Saturday and any day after that till tho storo is opened, Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. Sp ring and Summer One set driving harness, good as Association is now prepared tot II. EAST. new. ad. furnish (liianlitics of circs fori hatching. Theso eggs aro all from!lilgli class Hocks, wlilcli liavo been ron SALE ny ami recommended Tho J. Q. Sorivner properly on inspected house, good poultry specialists of tho Stale ColCenter Street. well, and garden, l'rieo 1,200, For lego of Agriculture EGGS FOR SALE Tho Derea Rhodo Island Poultry Fine Line of Jewelry , MAIN ST. DEREA, KY. - Bourbon Poultry Remedy iun t Afiilrp Ur m particulars seo E. A. Hendor. HATS This Week cy open. Tennyson vrrouscr licit. Now, practical, Sees it, buys it. wonderful seller. "Tennyson Dolt.1 ad.- 311, Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE All Sires VM. HAYES, AGENT WANTED Profitable Town and Collego Agen- Divisional secretaries are: William Carl Hunt, Derea. S. P. Caudill, Conway. Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speedwell. iih Jimi nu ruu,runkn ti ' r In the rimaa vUl Ca 1T 127Y TO STIMULATE YOUIl FAITH. TO QUICKEN YOUK I'llAYKlt-LlrB- . HEAD Sold "by I'iu ut 111 tlir m. AldrurKl.u ur ly uiu .D 4 a 1 I0UII0I lmCDTU,.Uilatu.lr. Porter-Moo- re Drug Co. Omi W 4. li.OlIT dUnlui. utikri 11 g I. f "I CRIED, HE ANSWERED" A Faithful iUtord of Htmarkahl and Ntwly iuUuhi An$w0r to iVaycr itmtODucnoN ut uuuLta gaixauus-t- i kumbum tMtlmon(a About 128 authentic aiut most SiMfM4 Myr arwlwl tudr w4l tuU mmIiUwm ' tliiw-- ii Am taUUft hh ' txfwlifttIsnlaied Cmlt MfcasUi Of tMatiuMf 1 jutxr ky l Am WMilit rurtkrUMffMlf diMur4 4Uit4. im ftlUmftimf A MHtf to irMlr Uui ft!' tfl (jw4. Am MMUIilMMkl U MM) t Itew! ( Cbl Ui. A Bk 4 ClrwIiU IM HUm4 ft4 wra, 10i is fut III la Am (IwU 7St Htftpf TW Klk lakttda CtUrtJif Au'a. U2 N. USalU St Okas Get the G?nulnoJ?Bps75Cl and Avoid yfAV'JI Every rjU EVA WALDEN For particulars call on or writo: ad. Dig Hill, Ky. ft blir, Tte4l KfEln Ck I April 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN THE COLLEGE WATER SUPPLY WANTED German Pate Flv HIS "MONEYS PACK" BOONE TAVERN "The mosl home-lik- e anJ attractive hotel In Kentucky." iiie i.oiirgu waicrworKS wcro mo put. oi nereaa grcai menu, nr. n.n.' rearsons, and designetl to deliver tho College, as they havo done, from typhoid fever and llko diseases. In tho Improvement and extension of tho Waterworks a good deal of money has been added lo that originally given by Doctor Pearsons. Inasmuch as tho Col I ego had this water is has been glad lo furnish It at reasonable rales lo thoso neighbors who wcro easily reached and soino others have, at their own expense, carried pipes lo their residences and thus secured a supply. This accommodation has been made without assuming obligation on tho pari of tho College lo furnish water. Clearly tho Collego can not give moro wnlcr than it has, and It must uso tho water it has first for its students. The firs! great shortage occurred Inst summer and seriously disturbed a great many people. It has been the intention of tho Collego lo notify every person who took College waler thai Ihey must not depend upon lhat waler as a solo reliance, hut must have some well or cistern of llieir own lo supply them in caso of need. It appeared last summer that uiero wcro a numncr or persons who had made no such provision At the recent meeting of tho Trustees in Berea tho Treasurer was directed to send notification lo all persons using Collego waler that their supply would bo discon tinned next summer unless by that llmo they could show some well or cistern which could bo used in time of scarcity, In oilier words, the College doe 4 not guarantee a supply of water, and will not supply waler at all lo any person who makes this water the only reliance for supply. Of courso the consumption of water on tho part of the College Is increased as the number of students increases. Deflnito efforts aro bo-imade by annexing new springs and enlarging the pool at the pump ing slation to increase tho supply Another feature of Ibis maler is that of flro protection. Tho fire hydrants tlo protect not only tho College buildings, but a large part of tho village. It will be the nolicy of the College to keep the tanks full so as lo havo a prcssnro in case of lire even though Ihe supply of waler has lo be cut off from all outsido parties, It is hoped this matter will bo thoroughly understood and that all will appreciate the great benefits which wo aro enjoying through Doctor Pearson's magnificent gift ng FROM UPPER SANDUSKY MISSION TO WORLD-WID- Drummer Balked When He Started to Croat old Bridge at Troy, New York. E SERVICE PROGRAM llstment of Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the THxtc Highway The Citizen A family Newspaper for all that true, and Interesting ry Thuridijr ! right LETTER rnOM MRS. WAY TO THE SCHOOL GARDEN ARMY Pittsburgh, Pa. Dear Boys and Girls of tho School lubllhwl t ltrraa, Kr. - BEREA PUBLISHING' (Incorporated) WM. G. FROST. Editor-lo-Chl- CO. Subscription Rate IN ADVANCE Year Hit Uontha Threa It on tin On .so M M fond money by ritVTW or Kinmi ilnnv Ordr. Draft. KrgUterrd letter, or on and two rent Th data after your nam on label show to what date your utxcrlpllon It paid. If It la not chancnl within thru wrakaafur renewal notify Mlaalnc numbrri will b (ladly aupplM If wo ar notifled. Liberal lerma den to an who obtain new tub- acnptiona rorua. Any one vridmir ua four yearly aubaerlptlona can rrrvlta Th Cltlien fraa for on year. Adrertltlnc rate on application. na. PROGRESS CLUB TOOD SALE At Mr. Scrugg'i Offlco, April 19, 1919 Como early, everything for your JliKaster ilinner: pies, cakes, cookies, chicken, sandwiches nnd dressed offis, nnd candy. Money to ho used for window shades for city school. ad. HAVE YOU ANY U. S. FLAGS? When a 0. A. II. Kncnmpnienl, Ptato or National, (roes lo a town or oily, the regular thing Is for patriotic people to display Ihe red, white ami hlue in a conspicuous manner. II Js lo bo hoped that Ilerea will advertise ILelf In this way when tho Kentucky Encampment is held 1 to .10. Every flag here. May should he displayed. Every family should have at least a small one Painting may also do good service, Thero is time lo gel flags from Tho Ihjttihono Brothers, In Cincinnat or from local merchants. 1 samo year as President Fro and was for a long lime one of Ihe most loved and popular teachers In the Foundation School, is to return noxt fall. Miss Douglas has been out or sohooj, work for some llmo raring ior an ageu mouier. nerca win wei come her with joy and many friends in distant places will he glad to know sho is hero. SALE TOR SCHOOL TAX I, or some one for me. will on Monday, May 5, 1919, MISS DOUGLAS ONCE MORE Old friends nf Heron will hn tie lighted lo learn that Miss Alice K. Douglas, who ramo lo Ilerea the Harden Army: hope you read Iho lesson last week about preparing Iho ground for your garden. You will remember lhat you aro lo dig Into the soil deeply and sift it very flue in preparing your seed bed. You will see that I am now In Pittsburgh, Pa., several hundred miles from you. Of courso I saw a lot of country r.s I camo along. Tho most nolieahlo thing as wo traveled through Kentucky was the Holds 'that were being prepared for to bacco planting. Wo could sco tho plants covered over with cheese cloth and tho farmers turning tho soil over. Some of them were plowing very deep and wo knew they were going In have a very flourishing crop. Others were working carelessly and wo suspected that they were wasting a great deal of their time, for tho crop will not grow so well unless the soil is carefully prepared. Now, you hoys and girls who havo no garden grounds and aro planning to plant beans around your fences in got tho best results by digging a trench about a foot deep and a foot wide. After you havo prepared the soil, if you happen to have any wood ashes mix them in the soil, by sifting them thoroughly together. Wood ashes, as you know, arc a sort of fertilizer, which will make the ground richer and produco a belter crop. You can plant your bean seeds next lo tho fence and your onion seeds along lh6 edge of the ground. Beans and onions arc sure to give you pretty fair results, even fm poor soil. I hope that each one of you boys and girls who havo no garden spots in your yards will us-- ; these fences for this purpose and call it your school garden. It will be so much easier for you to pre-:pare the ground near your homo and lo watch and Harvest your crops. Now, won't you children who have no ground ask your parents if they know of a small plot of ground near your home and bo all ready (o tell Mrs. Noblo and Professor DIzney about it on Monday morning. With best wishes to tho School fiordens. Mary Way. I -! Albany, N. YH hns n historical mil scum Hint contains, among other treasure, a tins drum tinting back to the great Influx of Clrrmnn Immigrants which followed the revolution of 18tS In Orrmnny, snys Cnrtoons. This In strument wns owned by the first of tho wandering "hungry five" bands which nppenred In this country nfter Mnn nnd Kngcls, the Industrious collnborn- tors, wrote the communist msnlfeato, The ImHS drummer was cnlled "Thick Hend" Hclmltz. According to n music tencber now living In Albany, who benrd Sclmltz perform In tho '80s, he could piny In three different rhythms nt once without mnklng the bnnd mnd At Troy, ten miles up the Hudson river from Alhnny, wns one of thoso long, Inclosedwooden bridges, unllghted wltliln, like a tun nel. Look I tic through It, ns one one snw n tiny spot of light nt the fnr end, ns If gnzlng through n teleseopo wrong end to. One dny the hungry hrnss band start od across tho hrldgo to piny nt n bnrn mlslng nlong the rond westward Sclmltz hnd pnld the nickel toll when he hnppcned to look through the long M nek spnee nhend. Then ho hnlked. "I vnnt my moneys pack," he Insist cd. "Ity tnm, dere Is no tiso my tryln' to dnke dls drum t'rough dot little hole." - Methodist Centenary Plans Great trained Christian workers Religious Reconstruction. DRIVE IN FOR $115,000,000 OF MAY 18-2- 5 WEEK needs of fields; and finally, from May 18 to 25, tho final chapter of this Intensive work the nation-widfinancial campaign to obtain pledges for the necessary to carry out the adoquate program so carefully mapped out and adopted. Tremendous, It seems from past vlowpolnts, but It Is, not largo when e $115,-000,0- a new army of 53,000 to meet tho the home and foreign Church Must Meet Modern Needs or Allow Radical Movements to Assume the Lead, Is View of World-Wid- e DR. F. I. JOHNSON. Executive Secretary Cincinnati Area. Observers. From an unpretentious, unheralded mission among the Wyandot Indians at Upper Sandusky, a century ago beyond the Ohio frontier, to a program of world-wldChristian reconstruction, now Imperative. This Is the historical scttlag of the Centenary, tho greatest Methodist evangelical movement ever launched In America. It Is a challengo to the Christian church to meet the needs of these critical hours In world history by carrying out an adequate- program to bring the messnge of Jesus Christ, In terms of modern, practical application, to the untaught millions at home and tlto hundreds of millions on tho foreign field. It Involves a reconstruction of tho local church to a more adequate conception of Its opportunities in the communities at home. It Includes a vision of world wide possibilities, faced by the Christian church, with the necessity of meeting them now or casting them aside for generations. Observers of world-widconditions believe that this Is a religious movement which bids fair to compel tho world to attach new meanings to the words "Church" and "Religion" and "Christianity." Already out of Its vision has grown an lntorchurch organlza-- 1 tlon whose object Is to greatly Intensify, the work which tho centenary proposes. In view of leaders of tho Methodist e j NEW UNIFORM FOR NAVY m y,m v On the left Is Commander John IIIr Kins, U. & N., wcnrlng the new regu Intlon uniform ndopted hy the nnvj department, nnd on the right Ensign Milton MncDonnld, wearing the old type. The coat of the new uniform Is slmllnr to that worn by British naval olllcers, having n low collnr nnd open front. There Is no Instgnln on the collnr of the new cont, hut the Inslgnln on the tuecve remnlns the same. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued from Page One) (Continued KENTUCKY NEWS from Page One) or when viewed beside the potential wealth of tho Methodist church. Methodism has spent much money on its local work, but comparatively little on Its foreign Held, largo as the gross total might seem. world. The wnr opened the minds of the To meet the new quota would be alpeople the world around as never be- most accomplished if each member fore these leaders declare, and the would add a cent a day to present present gives an opportunity unpre church contributions. cedented in the world's history, and i Distributed among the people to be not soon to be repeated, for the reached, the total furnishes less than analyzed Episcopal church, a missionary church almost from Us inception, "the hour has struck" for the religious organizations of the world. Either they must carry out their mission of bringing the gospel of Christ In a practical way to the world's peoples, or they must step aside and permit some other organizations to take their place In the social leadership of the DR. S. EARL TAYLOR. Executive Secretary Methodist Ml slonary Centenary. holng Counly Court day, between tho hours of 10:00 a. m. and 2:00 p. in, in front of tho comt houso in Itiohmoud, soil tho following property to satisfy the lav duo tho Ilerei Craded School, of Ilerea, Ky for .yt. Another story, of Mark Twain. Ho had finished his speech at a dinnerparty, and, on his seating himself, a lawyer rose, shoved his hands deep into his trousers pockets, as 1018. was his habit, and laughingly inquired of those present: $ 2.09 Lillian Ambrose 1.07 Lou Bolion "Doesn't it strike this company as 1.75 a littlo unusual that a professional Vornlo Collins 7.72 humorist should bo funny?" W. T. King 3.02 I). Logsdon When tho laughter that greeted 1.07 II. M. Mooro this sally had subsided, Mark Twain drawled out 2.50 W. T. PoIT 3.10 "Doesn't it slriko this company Cuss Stewart 20.07 U. S. Wyntt as a littlo unusual that a lawyer WATKINS, should have his hands in his own Bits. Tax Collector. pickets."-T- il L. USE LIME FOR FERTILIZING YOUR CORN We still have several tons of bulk lime on hand, it while you can. Get Don't forget to paint your house with our 100 Warren's Paint. ' . pure Lot us screen your windows and doors. Our line of building material is complete. Call us. We are at your service. STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot t Berea, Kentucky lo he reviewed by Pcesident Wilson, will be held in New York before midsummer and after tho fleet now assembling in tho harbor has completed maneuvers at sea. Virtually every branch of servico will bo represented in tho demonstration lliere. Most of tho members of tho Tho Louisville Times says pol- President's Cabinet together with iticians aro anxiously watching to- navy, slate and city oflloials, aro ex day movements on Iho political pected lo bo among thoso who ro checkerboard to see which way tho view tho parade followers or Governor Stanley will lean with II. II. Cherry, of Bowling U. S. CRUISERS SENT TO RUSSIA; Oreen, out of the race for Governor SAILORS TO AID (Continued from Page One) and his Col. II. II. Denhardt making a bid for tho nomg the Iewpnlnt of the allies, mainly ination. The withdrawal of Cherry to n shortage of food, according to is expected to ho made from his dispatches. It Is not feared that mil homo town soon. itary rensons will compel tho allies to evacuate Odessa but there Is a nnslhllty. It Is said, that the city will A banquet in honor of tho relumed soldiers and sailors or Madison he nimble to support nn occupying county opened the Demobilization force. American General on Way. Conrereneo in Richmond Tuesday Gen. Tusker It. Bliss nnd other night. A largo number or men rrom American representatives here, while tho servico attended tho function. Admitting tho gravity of tho sltuntlon. Tho haiifiiict was" served in tho tire Inclined to believe that the troops rooms or tho First Christian Churcit nt distant outposts can retrent. If necat six o'clock. Following this was essary, before tin ndvnnco by tho as armored trains are nvitll-nhl- e tho first session or tho conrereneo for all the Americans In tho rewhich was held at tho First PresbyArchangel nnd Murgion terian church at 7:15. Tho Hon. mansk.south of ' II. V. McChesney nnd Chaplain Stapp were tho leading speakors nt this YANKS meeting. Tho community singing SHIP BRINGS 2,182 was under tho direction of Mr. Steamer Luckenbach Arrives at New Righy. York With Former Guardsmen From Western States. Tho Kentucky Council of Defenso wishes to keep boforo tho public Iho New York, April 7. Bringing 2,18- of ,no 40th division former historical work which is now holng done under its supervision in every National Guard of California. Nevada, counly in tho Stale nnd to nsk tha u,,1,l Colorado. Arizona nnd New Mex- -leon-- lhe steamship Edgar A. Luckenassistance or every person who has ,)UC nrrlm, from jjordeaux. a relative in tho servico. County Tho steamship El Orlente, from havo been appointed In deuur. brought CO casuals. practically every county in tho) State. Tho Mrst work thoy aro tin- - ST. LOUIS HITS THE DRY LAW derlnking Is to get a record of ovcry person in tho servico rrom thoir Board of Aldermen Adopts Resolution Prohl-WaDenouncing Natlon-Wldcounty, and lo writ this record on a bltlon Aet- Record sheet. These shoots will contain tho namo and nddroM, . April 7.--Tho board of ul- of tho soldier, tho namo and addrosj dcrn)l, ,iy n voto of 5 to 1 adopted parents, his ago, Iho camp n of Ms solution denouncing iho nation-whorho received first training, wide prohibition law effectlvo July 1. military address, promotions, casual- - A copy of tho resolution will bo cabled to President WIUou, It wus said. ties, etc fellow-townsmaow-lu- the State arc seeking a candidate who will make tho race for tho noiiiinatoin on a straight out "wef plalform. It is known that a prominent politician of Louisvillo has been approached both by letter and in person and asked to mako tho race on such a platform, but that ho declined tho issue. FIRST METHODIST MISSION CHURCH, UPPER SANDUSKY, 0. From the Work Begun Among the Wyandot Indians In 1819 by John Mission Activities of the MethStewart Has Grown the World-Wid- e odist Episcopal Church. (Picture from painting by F. II. Halbedel.) rPs e o church to carry Its message, the oaly basis, they declare, upon which de mocracy can bo made safe for the world or even for Amorlca. Dut the opportunity also furnishes tho danger. 'This Is Christianity's opportu nity," says Dr. Fred D. Fisher of Now York, "but uujoss tho church now leads In a commanding way, she may awake tomorrow standing powerless on a sldo track, while radical social democracy whirls by on the main Hue. It Is the hour of challenge to th.9 organized Christian forces of the world." The Centenary project has been noder way for four years and Is constantly growing in Its scope. It has grown as world developments have made for it the possibilities. The first move was to make a careof Methodist ful and thorough world needs, both at home and In foreign fields, and estimate what Is r term to attempt needed for a In fair measure tho Chrlstlanlzatlon of tho 160,000.000 people In the world for which tho Methodist church Is solely responsible. rne program oi me uemcnary embraces omphasls upon prayer lite; a stewardship drive, emphasizing Clod's ownership of material property ea- su-voflve-yoa- 50 cents for the regeneration of oach individual to whom the message must bo taken. The most Ignorant, the most debased, tho most outcast of humanity is worth at least GO conts' worth of effort on tho part of a church boarlng Christ's commission to all lands and all peoples, It Is declared. The central headquarters of this great movemeat aro In Now York. Dr. S. Earl Taylor, close friend of John It. Mott, Is tho executive secretary. To facilitate the work, Methodism was divided Into 20 areas. Ohio, Southern Indiana and Kentucky form the Cincinnati area, tho largest la point of Methodist membership of all tho 20. Tho headquarters for this territory are at 74 East flay street, Columbus, O. Dr. F. I. Johnson Is the executive socretary. Associated with Dr Johnson are many leaders of the church In this territory. In Indianapolis, at 334 Ilulldlng, a separate headquarters is maintained for southern Indiana, with Dr. A. F. Hughes, president of the new Evans-vlllcollege, as executlvo socretary. The message of the Centenary Is being omphaslzod by conventions, special speakers and publicity, such as has characterized no church movement In tho bUtory of the country. o Pago Six THE CITIZEN April 10, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator HOC SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science pork and beef liver aro tho least Thrco-qunrlcexpensive. of a Menu nud Itccipes by Jessio Knox pound, combined with rico nnd Copied from Forecast for April I0I-highly seasoned, Is enough for four Did you look at that heading persons nnd costs only 25 to 28 twice, rub your oys nnd look again ents. to make sure you had seen aright Liver Loaf that there actually wns, In thoso Three-fourtpound beef or days of inflated prices, such a thing pork; I cup 'sauce, from liquid as a real menl for twenty-llv- o liver Is cooked In; 3 tablespoons rents? Well, thero Is wo know, drippings; I small onion, chopped; for wo havo tried it. Wo linvo I teaspoon celery snlt; I teaspoon bought tho materials, cooked tho salt; !i tcapono nutmeg; I meal, served it, triumphantly eaten Worcestershire satico; 1 cup boiled rico. i' nud given thanks. Hero aro tlio menus for several Cut liver in smnll pieces and dinners, each of which is templing brown quickly in molted fnt. Add to the nppetito, sciuutillc as regard onion, snlt, pepper, and ono cup tho proper amount of proteins, fnls boiling water. Cover and cook until nnd carbohydrates; rich in vilnm- - tender. Ilemovo liver from pan and ities, and of stillloicnt variety in put through meal chopper with combinations of foods. rice. Add water to liquor in pan to wo visualize Suppose dinner make ono cup, stir in two table spoons Hour mixed with a little cold number ono on n menu card: Menu No. 1 water and cook until thick. Add Tomato Satico Liver Loaf Worcestershire sauce, liver, rlc Baked Potato Moiled Cabbage and shapo Into loaf. Bako in, n hot Apple Salad oven until brown on tup. Servo Crackers and Cheese with tomato sauce. This Is mado Broad and Butter from one-ha- lf can tomato soup, Coffee thinned with a little water, at a It looks good, doesn't it? Wore rnt of six conls. we to order that In a restnurnai. Mix all together and bent until my. now me ciiecK wouui mount creamy, it is good economy to let upl Do you feel a bit skeptical salad lake the place of desserts ocas in this dinner, about doing it at homo for twenty-liv- e casionally, cents per person? You need especially in early spring. CruckeriQ not, for Tho Forecast never nsks and choose served with the coffee, you to admit anything without provide a satisfying close lo tho proof. Here aro the tables prepared menl. while the cheese extends tho in our School of Modern Cookery protein content of tho meal and that solve every shopping problem makes up for the small amount of inoaC used. in connection with the dinners: Lonely old Mother Hubbard could Dinner No. 1 not gel up Inexpensivo dinners liko Liver Loaf Ok lbs. pork, beef, ?0Jj thoso, for tlio cupboard was bare. or lamb liver) Tomato Sauce (Vi can tomato Tho cupboard of tho houscwlfo who serves those twenty-llv- o cent dinsoup) linked Potatoes (six larKe).... .OH ners is supposed to contain tho ordinary commodities found in Apple Snlnd (Apple French 22 every cupboard. And jul a word Dressing) nhnut butter it cannot be used if ColTeo (four cups, milk and 01 tho price is to bn kept down. A sugar) good butter substitute must take it) Crackers and Cheese (ono box place. This will cost 32 lo 35 cents Unoudn Biscuit, one crown a pound against 02 to 70 cents for chonso or Vi lb. American 18 holler. cheese .03 Another day is coming, however, Bread (V6 loaf) anil wo will not, want to eat dinner Butler or oleomargarine (two 0"i number one indefinitely, so let us ounces) look at the menu card for Dinner SI. 03 Number Two: Total cost j. (Continued next week) When buying, remember that TWENTY-FIVE CENT DINNERS By Lillian Harlow rs J hs lea-spo- on i desired to vacclnnto as a protection Ono of llio moat infectious, con against cliolora. Tlio law does no tagious and fatal diseases affecting permit anyono but qualillcd voter' any class of domestic animals is hogi narians to uso tlio "doublo metliod 1st Door Vocational Schools cholera. It undoubtedly causes m vaccination. prcator loss among hogs than any Training that adds lo your money-earnipower, combined with general education. Hogs everywhere TO THE MEMBERS OF oilier dlseaso. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriciilturo, Carpentry, Bricklaying, PrintTHE AGRICULTURAL CLUB nud bogs of all kinds, oven Individ- ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. RAISING POULTRY unls of strong vitality, aro subject I am very glad to learn that you TOR TOUNG LADIES (o allacks of cholera; but is espeUomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. cially serious In sections of tlio have decided lo become a member country whero hogs aro fed practi of the Agricultural Club again tin cally nothing but corn. This is bo year. All poultry members will bo 2nd Door Foundation School cause tlio vitality of tlio hog, as well required lo set three or moro set General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some If as its body, is not proporly devel tings of pure bred 'eggs. vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, oped by the use of corn alone, and, you havn any trouble in securing wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for consequently, it is unablo to resist 'ggs I shall be glad to assist you If most rapid improvement nllacks of cholera. In addition to will call on me. Every effort should b emade to 3rd Door improper feeding, any other con- English Academy Course dition which lowers the hog's vital- - set your hens before April 15, as the tor inoso wno are not expecting to teach and who are not going ily, such as lack of exercise, damp early batched chicken is the only thru College and desire moro general education. It also gives or poorly ventilated sleeping quar- -' prnlltablo one. 'I ho following in the best general education for thoso who wish a good start In tors, dirty drinking water, insani- -' structions in the care of tlio set study and expect to carry it on by themsolves. presenco of ting hen havo been found very lary surroundings, worms, or lice, etc, will mako tlio practical and this letter should be Door Normal School animal less resistant to cholera and, studied very carefully. You should This gives the best training for those who expect lo teach. keen all letters which you receive other diseases as well Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the Tlio diseaso is caused by an ex- during the year as the agricultural summer and fall and attend sahool through tho winter and spring, ceedingly small germ one so small, examination of club members thi thus earning money to keep right on in tholr courses of study. in fact, ihat it cannot be seen with coming fall will be based largely on Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." a microscope. These germs can be these letters. The Care of the Setting Hens carried from a sick hop to well hogs Academy Course By timely rare nnd management 5th Door in many different ways. Following inis ismosiraigniroad to college best training in Mathematics, nrelhe principal methods of trans- of setting hens, a large number o Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The chicks can be raised at a low cot mission of the disease: Academy is now Berea's larest department. (1) Visiting. Owners of well The host breeds to use for setting hops visit farms where lings are purposes arc the Plymouth Rocks Berea College sick with cholera and carry the Rhode Island Reds, Wyandolles, and 6th Door germs homo on their shoes, horses' Orpingtons. If moro than four hens inis is tno crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard feel, and wagon wheels. Owners of ore set in tho same house or room courses in all advanced subjects. oholcra hogs carry the germs to keep them fastened up and only let A For neighboring farms in a like manner three or four off at a time. If the twenty-fiv- Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. e years the board has remained the samo in Berea, but the twenty Stock buyers and others who visit hens do not return within unusual situation in which the wholo country finds Itself now makes different farms carry cholera germs minutes or half an hour, they put back. on the nest it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we have in the past should bo from farm to farm. 2) Exchange PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent of Help. When Make it n practice to have them come off at the sanio time each day, by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: help is exchanged in a neighborhood at Ihreshinpr and other times, There should bo plenty of clear frcsti Expenses for Boy it is a commop thing for hog chol- water and an abundance of grain VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY era germs lo be carried from farm waiting for them. A dust wallow SCHOOLS FOUNIIATION AND NORMAL COI.I.KI1I should also be provided so that they Incidental Fee lo farm by the workers. $ 5.00 $ 6.00 t 7.00 3) Streams. Creeks and rivers may exercise. This will also aid in Room 5.00 5.00 5.00 often become polluted and carry tlio controlling (lie lice. Board, 5 weeks 11.25 11.23 11.25 following rules are very The germs to bogs on farms farther oo on ot or Amount duo March 20, 1919 ... 21.25 practical and should be followed: down the stream. Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30. . 1 .25 11.25 11.25 1. Set the hens in a quiet, (4) Buzzards, Dogs, and Pigeons. place where there is plenty of These animals feed on carcasses Total for Term 2.50 S33.50 ?3t.50 of cholera hogs and in infected fresh air and protection from bad r Expenses for Girls yards, and then carry tlio germs to weather, S 0.00 2. Use a low nest box so that the Incidental Fee $ 5.00 3 7.00 other farms. bens can step onto the nest. If Hoom 5.00 5DO 5.00 (5) Harbored on the Premises. 10.00 10.00 10.00 Unless the hog houses and lots aro they have to jump down on the nest Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 26, 1919 . . . 20.00 22.00 21.00 thoroughly disinfected, following an they will break the eggs. 3. If the nest is not on the ground. Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. 10.00 10.00 outbreak of cholera on farm, the perms may livo on and later place a largo pieco of sod in the Total for Term 13 .00 '530.00 ?32.00 cause a second outbreak. Likewise bottom of the box under the nest. S. Prevent hens from getting on filthy ponds and hog wallows, litter This docs not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or rubbish may harbor tho infec- the wrong nest. 5. Before setting, spray tho nest laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. tion. All should bo cleaned up, and box with a stock dip or crcosole tho li'ter and rubbish burned. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business reparation, put in clean straw and (fO New Stock. New stock may Fall Winter Sf rinc good insect bo infected when brought home and dust the hen witli a Stenography and Typewriting 8 1.00 $12.00 110.00 among powder. Bookkeeping (brief course) . 11.00 thus Introduce hog cholera 12.00 10.00 lice powder is Bookkeeping (regular course) Note: An excellent 7.00 0.00 the well hoes. Always keep newly 5.00 purchased slock sparato from all mado as follows: Mix one part of Business course for students in other departments: other hops for three or four weeks. carbolic acid (90 per cent strength 1050 0.00 750 Stenography This will give time for the diseaso wtyh threo parts of gasolino and conTypewriting, with one hour's lo dovelop, should tho germs bo add plaster of Paris, stirring 7.00 5.00 uso of instrument 6.00 present, and prevent spread thru stantly until tho liquid has all been absorbed. Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. the entire herd. 1.80 150 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 There aro two distinct forms of C. Bo sure that the hens leave tho acute and nest ouco each day. hog cholera, viz: In no case will special Business Fees exceed ?I5.00 per term. chronic. The aculo form is tho 7. Do not feed tho chioks until tho second day after they have morn common of the two. Syplonr? All students do some work with their hands from six to six Mother naturo provides teen of this aro fever, loss of appetite, hatched. hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printre weakness, tho chick with enough food just appearance, depressed ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllee, etc., and receive pay which it batches to last two days. If reduces their expenses. staggering gate, constipation or dibreathing other feed is fed, this yolk whic'i arrhoea, thumps, labored young man or young woman can get an education Any will putrify and and convulsions. Death may occur is loft in tlio chick t Berea if there is the will to do so. within a very short lime. Very few causo death. Robert. F. Spcnco. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be hogs recover from this form of County Agent. in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course durnholera. you haven't received ing tho winter and spring terms. P. Symptoms of chronic cliolora, in mo know. I addition to those of tho acute form, your record book lot The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers will send you one. nro, coughing, arched back and and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter drawn up flank, red or purplish CINCINNATI MARKETS. months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can color of skin on tho lower part of be gotten for least money. Hay and Grain. tho abdomen, formation of sores and Corn Xo. No. Applicants must bring or send testimonial showing that they ars ulcers on the skin and shedding ot whllo Sl.UOfi 2 white !f I.IK'S1 1.70,$l.(K)aT 3 l.(W, No. 2 yellow above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt tho hair. 1.71, No. 2 mixed $1.07 ft .!!, No. '.I As indicated abovo, it is exceed- mixed .S1.155CP1.07, white ear 1.OI0 signod by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. ingly important that hogs bo kept l.Cfl, yellow eur $1.(01.O7. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Sound Hay Tiuiothy, per ton. $SI in thrifty, vigorous condition, but, oven if this is dono, every effort ?!!", ami hound clover mixed $:i2(? 3S, sound clover $.Wt:2. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. must bo mado to avoid gotting hog Oath No. 2 white (KlVaft70o, Mainlcholera infection on tlio farm or in and wlille No. a ute Ollc, No. 2 tho herd. Proper feeding, good, mixed 089H'c. MACHINE FOR BRITISH AERIAL POLICE ' Butter, Eggs and Poultry, housing, sanitation, sufllciont oxer- muter Whole milk creumery extras oiso and oxtremo caro in avoiding Ol'jc, centralized creumery extras infection must all bo practiced. llrhis Site. There aro two forms of vaccinaIlsgx rrlmo llrxtK at)!4c, llrsts 30?, or which bogs can tion by means ordinary llrsts astyc. bo mado immuno to cholera. Tho I.lve i'oultry 2 His, "slnglo method" consists of Inject- 50e; fryere, 2 lbs Broilers, under roust-Ili- a and over, .'iSc; ing hog oholera serum Into tho body chickens, oer 2 lbs, 31c. fowls, with n liypodermio syringe This 1Im and over, .'lie; do, under 5 Ihs, rendors the animal resistant or Im- 35c; do, roosterx, 22c. Live Stock. muno to cholera for, perhaps not Cuttle -- Shippers $13..7)tM0. choice longer than thrco or four weeks, V'MtiU, common to fair Tho "doublo method" consists ot heifers, extra $13tfll, ftitllS), good to cholera choKo $11.!013, common to fair Injecting both blood from a bog and serum. This method inakc3 $7010.50. cows, extru $10il2, Hood to tho hog Immuno for life. Vaccina- choice $8.r0&M0, common to fair ?.".75 f8. tion Is used primarily as a pregood t'ulves Kxtru $17, liogs which aro $11.500110.75, common fulr to rue $7 ventative, but and In nctually sick with cholera may bo 13. treated by vaccination with tb.i Hogs Selected heavy shippers Tho "Bat," designed by Frederick Koolhaven nnd tested by Peter Lcgh, 'double metliod." An experienced $20.25, medium and mixed packer. n stags $10 12.215, will be used by tho English pollco forco. This piano has climbed 20,000 foot competent person Bhould al- $20QI20.25. and to choice heavy fut ovs, $14 ways bo called in when hog cholera 17.75, light shippers $180)10, pies (110 la SI mlnutos. is. suspected in tho herd or it Is lbs unU less) $12 iaw. CHOLERA YOUNG ng PEOPLE Berea's Berea's 4th Berea's Berea's Preparatory 1 10-0- CARE AND TEEDING OF CHICKS I 1 First Week Dampen mnsh with sour milk nnd feed twice a day. at nine and three o'clock. Never feed it wet or slop- HEROES OF YPrlES TO i PLAY IN DISTRICT 1 py. Feed in shallow troughs or FOR VICTORY LOAN puns and remove at end of fifteen minutes. Don't Over Feed Scatter hard grain In litter three GREAT WAR VETERANS DANO OF CANADA GOES ON TOUR linns daily, about ono small handful to 100 chicks. WEEK BEFORE SELLING Starting Mash bo-fo- able-bodi- ed SIf 1 ." com-luo- 8 lbs. 8 lbs. The Great War Veterans Hand of 1 lb. Bonn monl Ottawa, Canada, CTcry member of 2 lbs. J which possetuuvi a hero modal, Be4f sernp will Note: Omit tho hoof scrap if sour make a tour of tho Fourth Pederal o milk Is fed. IiUtrlct In tho Interest of tlio Second Week Victory Ixwn. Tlio band will bo out flrndunlly change to tho jirowinsr a woek ahead of tho bulling drWo. iiiali by willing a little at onch Of tho thirty men In tho band, dev. feed until It is used entirely at nnd cral aro veterans of tho lloer war and liavo alBO sarved under Uio British of second week. Continue tho grain in Utter. flaK In India nnd Kgypt as well as In They repntnt at least Don't over feed. twelve dirfumit Urltlsh nrniy diviHard Grain Mixture sions and will wear Uielr Individual 10 lbs. Fine rrnckwl corn division badge. on their caps. 10 lbs. Cracked wheat Lleutouant T. W. Jamea, In cbarco Note: A good commercial chick of tho band, took the first Canadian food may bo used in plaro of this annjr band to Franco In ISM. 11c waa promoted In tho field. mixture. Not only Is this band composed enThird Week to Maturity tirely of wounded veterans, but Keep growing mash dry before wero so seriously wouudod that chicks, at all limes. In shallow It U rofiarded as rvmarkablo thai they slalted boxes. Feed onn moist mash are ablo to contlnuo to play. per day at noon till chicks learn lo The nolo comet player and druiup eat the dry mash, then feed the dry major was slxit through tho hand and to by mah entirely. Feed grain mixture holds his comet aroundhis mouth Tho his neck. strain fastened morning and night. nolo trombone player wears Ova Growing Mash medal rlblxms for bravery. lie wan lbs. Rhlpstuff bayoneted and shot through the chest, but plays with his one uninjured lnng. 2 lbs. Corn menl Tho band will travel throughout tho i lb. Bono menl entire district and will bo accom2 lbs. Beef scrap panied by prominent HpcnXora and Goneral Directions Squad of live wlro salesmen. Don't feed at nil for 48 hours (2 While this will bo tho Unit official appearance of this band on American days) after hntchlng. Keep sour milk beforo chicks at soli it will not bo tho II ret tliuo Um band ban played to Americans. Tho all limes after second day. Keep flno grit or shrap sand and samo organization recently aocnpa-nlc- d former President William U. rhnrrnal before chicks nlways. T&ft on hla trip to lVmbroke. Scald drinking dishes nnd feed dishes twice a week. Keep Hie mother hen In tho chop 8AVE THE SURFACE, for nt least two weeks. Save the surface and you save Never let tho chicks nut In wet nil. Disintegration and decay grass. are conditions which usually put coop In Provide shade, start ut tho surface of any maorchard or dorn or iobaccn field terial. Protection agnlust defolfluard carefully against tho terioration or rot ot substances, lowing, (hey nro sure death to therefore, should begin with chicks: lice, mites, mouldy or care of the exterior. Provided a material does not carry within sour feed, wot grass, careless Itself the element of sure decay, feeding, overfeeding, lack of exproper surface protection will orcise, dirty or damp coops, Inundoubtedly lengthen Its life. sanitary grounds. Rolled outs Bread crumbs DRIVE OEGINS. r. April IMPROVED 10, 1010. UNlrUKM TMKCrriZKA iNltaNAriONAL Corwln's face was gravp nnd slightly pale when ho walRed away from the window and resumed his chair nt the desk. It wan not long after Corwln dropped j 'into the chair until the screech of a whlslo floated Into tho ofllce. Tho pound was loud, Insistent, continuing It seemed to shriek exultantly seem, d to bear a message the messngc. It rose, clear nnd penetrating, rocking tho nlr with IU resonnncc. Then it wns Joined by others hundreds, It seeraed--o- f varying degrees of power and volume. Huge nnd deep, they came, nnd shrill and piping trebles, basses, baritones harsh, soft, trilling, blatnnt n chorus, a bedlam of sound. At tho first long, continuing bln-- t, Molly King bounded out of her chair and ran to nn open window. Her ryr s flashing with delight, her chcrk.i flushed, her voice nnd eager, she called to someone In the street Corwln heard tho reply "The Armistice, has been signed" Kalltown wns already celebrating. A multitude of varying sounds aro e nnd eddied through the olllco windowp, nssalling Corwln's ears. It seemed to him Hint every citizen of the town must be In the street In front of the office, and that each cltirn was try ing to make more noise than his neigh bor. Molly was putting on her hat when Corwln again looked nt her. Her eyes were very bright they glowed with n light that made Corwln's widen with admlrnUon. "I can't work nny more today, Mr Corwln!" sho said; "I'vo simply got to go out and celebrate! I shall be back tomorrow morning If I eur high-pitche- I'ogo Sovta SUNMTSaiOOL Lesson nrcv V II KITZWATKIl, I) t).. Trnrlirr of i:nimh lllbl In Hi lfoolr HHpI Institute (if fhl. nxo I Opt'llM IPtft, lit Wtn, Mwpt.f r'nUit I iiy SI 1 COUMTV LESSON FOR APRIL 20 THE RISEN far In advance of tho present. We really had to plan for a long fight, for It seemed Germany was nowhere near beaten. Wo had U do more, than plan we had to actually manufacture n stupenduous amount of ww material as a reserve supply wo had to pile It up and keep piling up until wo were sure. Look nt tho ships wo had to bullif tho airplanes, tho guns everything. It was the most gigantic task that ever faced this or nny other nation. Wo were unprepared, Inexperienced. But wo did It wo got ready, and we won, "But don't yon see, Mr. Corwln, that It took nn nwful lot of money." Wo had CHINA HAS A VERY IMPORTANT ROLE PRACTICALLY ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND COOLIES SENT TO FRANCE. What optimist a generation ago would havo thought that backward China would have a hand In tho settle-meof a world war7 Hut China Is having a very Importnnt rolo In tho great war that Is Just being brought to a closo. Not ns solllers fighting men but as laborers behind tho front linn trenches. And Just so many allied troops havo been released for othor duties. Practically ono hundred and fifty thousand of these coolies havo been transported by way of the Suez to Kranco. This work has been dono under tho direction of tbo British Government and Church Missionaries. Among these missionaries nro many of tho Methodist Kpiscnpal Church, South, which Is Just finishing tho details of Its campaign May 5 to secure te further work of the kind that Is being done In Kranco and other places. 18-5- lord. f,n. u Till (.rairrnl when the glorious angel descended to roll ttir slime awn) from Hip tomb. This work of Hip l nn. no) to iillmv Jesus to escape but to how Hint Hip tntnli was empty. Christ needed not the help of n glorious nrigel. for hp wn raised up ht hi own powpr ns Hip seal of ttti atom Ing work upon Hip cross. Tlit- oprn ktninh nml the ntici--l nlitlnu upon Hip atone with rnlm dignity li a plcturf of (oi!' triumph ovpr Hip cIpvII. ami thp tprror of Hip keepers In a sample of whnt ull of Christ' pik'IiiIpii shall onp tiny experience when hp eomes In glory to rplKii a king. III. The Angel' Metiage to the Women (US :.V7). I. "Kenr not" (t. ft). Wlillp the enemies hnvp npcnxlon lo fenr. those who love Hip l.ord tpcpIvp good news from Hip pmpty icunl.. Thp Uinl will not long Iphvp those who follow htm. In ausppii'p unci drvnil. TIip empty tomb puis nn piiu to all ilnuliis ami fears. It Is tlu proof Hint Hie Question of sin Is dealt with nml HihI (iod In satis-flecarrying with It Hip assurance of ctiTiial victory. 2 "Coiiip ee" t. 0). The ansel anld Hint Hip l.ord linil r1pn. and vltcil the woiiipn to spp tlie pluce where be tu y 3. "Come quickly" (t. 7). Tho worn-pmust spp for themxelvpi. and then jo tell Hip message. Hxperlenre mum precede testimony. They were to p quickly to thp disciples wtih thp blessed message, with the nssurnnre that the Uird would go before and tncvt thpm. IV. Jetui Meets the Women (28 Thp woiiipn renderpd Instant obedl-e- n ce nml were running to brine word to the disciples. .Ipsus met I hem on thp wny. Thosp who have an l knowledge of Cbrlst should speedily go to tell others of It. To nil such the l.onl will appear and bring Joy. V. What Christ's Returrectlon Guarantees to Us (I Cor. 1ft). 1. The Integrity of the Scripture vv. 3. 4). The Old Testament Scriptures told of Hip advent, death nml resurrection of Christ. Christ' resurrection tenve thp sent of lUltbeutlciitloii to them. Christ rebuked the dUclptpy on Hip wny to KiunuiUR for their of the Scriptures concerning the resurrection (I.uke 24:13 2d). 2. The reality of Hip divine person (Horn. 1:4). Jesus elnlmed to be one. with Hip Knther. lie predicted his comlriif forth from the drad (Mntt. He deelnred Hint no one lft 21). could tnke his life from Mm. lie bad power to lay his life down nml tnkp l up iik'nl n (John 10:1M8). He died because he willed to do so. The life which bp laid down must be resumed nt Hip completion of his sncrjflclnl work Ills coining forth from the crave proved that be wns whnt he bud claimed to be. 3. The Kiilllrleney of Christ's ntrin-Ink- ! On the (Itom. 4:25). cross Christ exclaimed. "It Is finished." Ily the resurrection God deelnred to Hip universe that an adequate remedy n for Mn had bpen provided. The of Christ Is (Soil's cerMllcnlP that uii udequnte sncrltlce bus been provided for sin. 4. Our life nnd Immortnllty (1 Cor. 1ft ''( He Is the first fruits of them live ye shall thai slept. "Mccnuxe live nlso," The guarantee Hint man In the Integrity of his beliiK spirit, aoul nnd body Miall live ncaln Is furnished us In Chrlst'M dentil nnd resurrection, nn-ge- 8epuleher CiS:l). They nil rl jr lo see thesenulrher. Tlirlr real nml hive exceeded that of even I'eter. Jumes nml Jnhn. "Wnni pit were Inst nt the cross nml first Ht the tutnli." II. The Earthquake (28:1). MWON TKXT Matthew W .0. niil.HKN TK.XT- - lit I. ko Id Mytlhew U i AlUill .Al. MATHItl..L-L- uk H: 1 CnrlnlMn It I'lIIMAIir roPIC-- An anKH telln shout resiirrprtlnn of Ireim Hi JUNIOH TOIMl! The ttory if n empty tornh TOI'IC-T- he INTi:ilMKniATB living Christ HKNinil ANI ADULT TOIMO-Th- e mnli( of Chrln'i resurrection I. The Vllt of the Women to the ( ' I J n expert-lucntn- ills-beli- ' ..row n fore'gn fit :1 uv ( uphold nn Ideal. O.ie night, standing nt Hip fringe o" a crowd that was listening attentively to n wildly gesticulating man who stood on a wooden box, Corwln beard the principles of tho Socialist Party expounded. I'ntil now, Corwln had the Socialists rattlebrained radicals intent upon the ilH Hut memberment of the Government. by the time the man had finished Cor win felt there was boiup virtue In tin t platform, after nil. He was nston hed that ho shou'i: admit It, but the mnn had created an mpresslon upon him. The appeal nl he orntor had been made to tho to the elemental In man which s rrltnted by all authority. War were criminal, tho orator said; the was the solution of the adoption of the doctrine of "tho brotherhood of man." A draft was Imminent, the orator said; nnd he ad vised all men to resist It to the point of revolution. If necessary. Also, Hie orator had something to say about bonds They, too, were i'V'1. There could bo no war if the people refused to flnanco It The rich nen of tho country were behind It all tho poor did not want war they would not have It. At this point in the orator's speech , here came an Interruption. A strong-faceman who stood near Corwln raised his voice snceringlyt "nab!" he yelled at tho orator; 'bow much does tho Kaiser pay you t hooting o v" r mouth?" There was a laugh, some hisses, and nine applause for tho Interrupter. Then suddenly, the crowd began to iiove. There were shouts, hoarse lm-- ( cations, blows. The In an Instant turmoil reigned. .rowd became a huge blot nnlmated by swinging arms, nnd articulate with urges and Infuriated yells. Corwln aw the Interrupter, a grim smile on his face, drive into tho press, swinging his arms like flails. He saw men go down under the man's blows; and ns Corwln ran for n position of safety ho mentally remarked that tho expression of tho man's face was much like that which had been upon the face of his stenographer when she had told months 1" b'm: "Decause America Is America!" Miller was not tho only resident of Ho divined that the fighting Instinct in Palltown to express his convictions. tho stenographer was as strong as During the days that followed the talk that which had driven tho strong-facewith tho banker, Corwln hearkened man to grimly attack tho friends much to tho voice of discontent of the orator. was omnipresent; Tho However, this Incident strengthened his voice was raised In the otllce, the Corwln's conviction that tho country factory; in the groups that formed on did not want war. And when from his the strwt comers ; there was an un- position of safety be saw policemen dercurrent of dissatisfaction which fighting their way Into the crowd, discreated a savage Joy In Corwln's heart persing It. and arresting some of tho Kor ho considered tho dissaUsfactlon disturbers, he cynically remarked to to bo directed at tho party In power- -it a bystander tn.il tnc incident proved was nn expression of distrust, a pro- that Hie workers of the world had no test ngnlnst the huge blunder of wag vo co in the policies of their governing war upon u foreign power which ments liberty of speech was oven de was thousands of miles distant. It nted them. And when, tho next mornwast ' necessary to go to wnr; It ing, Corwln heard that the offenders the orator especially had been acwasn't necessary to spend that vast cused of treason, he grinned eatur-nlnel- CHAITKU III COUWTN was astonished to discover of hla friends were either opposed to war with Germany or were lukpwarm toward IU So he gathered th.it It waa not a popular war. Hla own feelings hnd not changed--excethat his convictions had deepened When the poison of distrust of tho President and his ot!V cIa! family had got Into his veins It had changed him overnight It waa easy to pick flaws In every public utterance of tho President the mistakes of the men appointed to responsible positions were so glaring ly apparent that they aroused In Cor win a grim contempt for Hie entire war structuro. M:n were being called to Washington In hugo numbers to take, charge of various departments newly created. It seemed to Corwln that these men were chosen, not be cause of their especial fitness, but they were Influential in politics. Corwln foresaw many opportunities for graft, and ho had no doubt that tho entire would be honeycombed with It. So. aa the days fled and he continued to nurse his distrust, he observed with sardonic satisfaction that Inefficiency was to reign In Kalltown. Kor one morning Gary Miller told him that the Central Iyian Committee of tho district had appointed Bernard Dillon chair man of the Kalltown Committee, Corwln flushed angrily. Ho and Dillon were not friendly He knew of no good re.ison why Dillon should not havo the appointment, and ho could not have denied that Dillon wan honest Hut he disliked the man. and was convinced that there wero more capable men In Kalltown. He saw Miller looking keenly at him understanding. "Well" laughed Miller: "I suppose they could hare done better. Not that I dont like Dillon. It's nothing personal, you understand; but no's a fel s low that a man can't warm to." voice grew grave. "Tho loan Is to bo two billion. They can't ratae it! Why, It's more money than tho Government ever spent in two years. It didn't cost much more than that to flnanco tho Civil War. And they talk of spending that amount within a few Lib-ert- y MIV-ler- . vive!" Corwln sat alone in his ofllce. He, too, wns glad the war wad over. But his gladness was tinged with bitterness. If he had been a hypocrite he would have Joined tho crowds on the streets. Hut not being n hypocrite he did not go. He sat there, his chin on his chest thinking. And quite prom- "You wouldn't want America to repudiate her debts:" inent In this thoughts was that theory of Individualism which had bothered to move so fast, and bo so ready for htm for many days. everything, that we had lo buy things before we had the money. And this CHAPTER VII Victory Liberty Loan I mean tho was pure perversencs on Corwln's amount of money wo shall raise ITpart that made him antagonistic through it was almost all spent betoward tho fifth loan tho Victory fore the Liberty Ixian. To be consistent he ness was armistice was signed. Busiloyal to tho Goyernmcnt, and oppose it He had not sub- you must would not want the Government scribed for tho others except to tho to cheat the manufacturers out of extent of the thousand dollars Molly-Kin- their money, would you? You wouldn't had forced from him and he did want America to repudiate its debts?" not Intend to subscribe to the Victory Corwln had thought of all those Loan. To Molly, one morning in late things, but he had not thought clearly, April, he said, derisively: "It's time for people to wake up and because of his prejudices. He knew, realize that the war Is over. Do they of course, that a war could not be think tho country will stand for these prosecuted without war material, and loans forover? Don't those grafters be knew that In order to win the Government had to close contracts for ever get enough T' "Grafters7" Molly's voice was cold. material In enormous quantities far Her gaze was scornfully defiant "Mr. enough in advance of Its needs to make Corwln," she went on, evenly; "you tho future certain. "And besides," Molly went on, we don't mean to say that you think all of the money obtained from the bond are not absolutely certain tho war Is over. We can't bring all tho boys Issues has been stolen?" Corwln's smile was almost a sneer. back home right away we shall havo "Plenty of it has gone Into the pockets to keep some of them over there for a long time, to watch and wait until of grafters," ho replied. "All public money Is subject to that we ore sure Germany Is really sincere. risk," Molly declared; "It is quite Im- And our boys over there must be fed possible to prevent some of the money and clothed. And there are thousands going where it should not go. It is of odds and ends of expenses which impossible to prevent much of It for must be met We simply can't we the nature of tho public work and must not leave our lob unfinished!" Corwln looked at her with a reluct particular- - war work makes it easy for certain unscrupulous men to take ant smile. "There is a great deal of logic in things that do not belong to tbem. In war work, especially, Is there great your presentation of tho Government's opportunity for diverting funds. It case," he Bald. "But that doesn't alter Is emergency work and there Is no tho fact that tho Government was extime to take even ordinary measures travagant Look what tho war Is goto the public funds. Men ing to cost us." "What would It have cost us if Ger must be trusted and some of them vlo-- , late their trust That Isn't tho fault many bad won?" asked Molly. "Instead or tho Government it is tne men of buying Liberty Bonds or Notes to themselves who are to blame. If they store away In some safo place, meanwero Americans they would not do while drawing Interest on them, we would now bo getting ready to pay it." "Well, I know somo of It cannot be billions of dollars of tribute money to prevented," admitted Corwln. "But Germany." "So you think we ought to make this how nbout extravagance?" That carA bo helped, cither," de last Liberty Loan a success?" said clared the girl. "When a war comes Corwln. "Ben is over there," declared tho tho Government finds itself In need of certain things. Those things must be girl. "He went over at tho behest of obtained quickly. There Is no time tho Government which is all of us. to split hairs over dollars. Business Ho went for a deflnlto purpose to men must bo assured that they will be fight for his country, and to win. He treated generously or thoy will not was prepared to give his life for Sis. turn out tho work tho Government de- And," here Molly's voice quavered mands from them. If you find your- "he may havo dono bo by this time, for I havo not heard from him for seventl self suddenly In need of a gun to yourself with and a highway- months. Our boys have done their man Uireatenlng you you are not go- part; they havo given their limbs, ing to haggle, very long over the price their sight, their lives. And we, back of a gun which a man behind you Is here, enjoying peace aro somo of us reluctant to back them up with our offering you. You need tho gun and Money! Why, Mr. Corwln, you aro going lo pay what tho man dollars. bow much per capita has pi la war asks for It" "Well, there may bo something In really cost us, In direct outlay? Hero that possibly you aro right But the aro ono hundred million pcoplo. That war Is over. Why nhould it bo neces- means that If each and every ono of sary to have another Liberty Loan?" the hundred million advances the Government ten dollars the Government "1 thought of that when I heard ono Multi Ten they wero proposlug nnother loan,' has that billion. twenty.dollars! would ply by That I tho girl replied. naked mean that if each of "And the hundred milmy father about It. He raid that the lion gavo tho Government two bund-drearmy had provided the American dollars, tho total amount would punch which had won tho war, and bo twenty billion. If you could buy that it had been the magnitude of our liberty for two hundred dollars If preparations which had convinced you could buy immunity from attack Germany of tbo hopelessness of light- for that amount, would you hesitate? ing longer. Germany saw that we Many men pay that amount to their meant to win. Germany was con- lawyers and much more to defend vinced that wo would win, because we them in a lawsuit! wero getting enough war materials "So you see, Mr. Corwln, though tho together men, munitions nnd other sinews to make the victory for us amount of money expended seems to it really Isn't so much certain. If wo had gone about tho bo enormous, us to bear. Why," Bhe If any one of for each of thing the Liberty Loans had failed Ger- added, her eyes gleaming with a lumany would not have asked for an ar- minous moisture; "I would glvo a thousand times that sum, If I bad It, mistice. Kor those men In Germaty wero watching America. They knew to bo sure that Ben would come back everything wo did. And when they to mo. I would give (verythlng I saw that we wero preparing to war possess to bring any gill's brother for a dozen years if necessary, thoy back I" boramo convinced that continued A thrill of sympathy ran over Corwln It was perhaps tho first unselfish would be futilo. "But this Government hnd to plan emotion he had experienced slnco the day when dan Miller. In hia nrivato g safe-guard d Soe'-vlls- i pas-Ion- world-difficult- sin,-wy- FIVE HUNDRED WOMEN WANTED Nashvlllo, Tenn. Klvo hundred young women are wanted at once by tho Women's Missionary Council of the M E. Chun, South. They ara wanted for services and missionaries of the church In both tho homo and foreign fields and tho best type of womanhood is asked for. Women to whom tho desire to serve has coma very koonly, women whom the spirit of the hour has gripped earnestly, this Is the type with whom tho church wishes to make connection for various forms of missionary endeavor. The particular forms of missionary work opon to the young women of the South aro in the medical, evangelistic and educational departments In tho mission fields. One hundred and fifty are wanted as evangelists and deaconesses; two hundred and fifty are wanted as teachers and one hundred are wanted as doctors and nurses. The call has particularly gone out for young women of college education In order that thsy may be able to grasp quickly tho leadership In the work which the church needs. The calling of these young women It made possible, through the Centenary of the church which is being observed this year. A fund of $35,000,-00- 0 will be raised soon, and this money will make possible the sending of many missionaries to Africa, Japan, China, Brazil, Mexico, OXiba, Kore and In the home field. FLYING STARTS Ofllcor (furiously) What tho dooco is tho matter? Where aro your shots going? Suro Irish rtcruit (nervously) I dunno, sor; thoy left 'ero all rightl Passing Snow. office at tEe "MercKaht's Bank," had. filled his mind with tho poison of potential disloyalty. But the emotion did not last; It was transient, surface It went no deeperl than his thoughts, after the first stlr-- j ring surge. It did not reach thoj heart; it did not strike Uio solemn! Watching him. note of patrioUsm. cloeely, Molly saw his eyes grow cynical again; and sho drew a deep, slow, breath for Bhe had been hoping hoi would surrender, that he w6uld comoi . to realize that tho Nation's troubloi meant something more to him thani tho consideration of self; that ho would be able to scq with a broaderi vision, and that tho real Corwln, hidden beneath the cynical mask he af fected, would bo revealed. For sho! could havo loved tho Corwln of her ideals. "It all comes to a question of Individualism," he said. "Wo aro all wlUJ Ing to sacrifice, providing wo gaini' something by doing so. The motlvoi. underlying all this fuss Is tbo desire: of every man engaged in It to express) his personality In one way or another.! The soldier, I bcllove, has less chanco to bo an Individual than any other class concerned In tho war. Kor ho Is a slave to discipline. Ho has to obey orders. Ho Is drafted, or bo volunteers. But onco ho enters tho army ho loses his Individuality and becomes a part of tho machinery of war. Ho Is a pawn a human sacrifice to tho greed of other Individuals. It is my opinion that, left to decide for themselves, very few men who aro now In They tho army would havo Joined would havo preferred to stay out and let tho other fellow do tho fighting." Molly's fnco had grown very white, "Mr. Corwln," sho said slowly; "either you do not understand, or you nro deliberately denying your Amerl- - . You ought to know better canism. than to talk llko that!" Sho Bat very straight and rigid, . d fault-finde- r renur-rpctlo- ' Sullenly, Corwln noted tho preparations for the first Liberty Loan campaign He beard rumors that the com-ttee had eximlned into every man's resources, nnd that every citizen of Kalltown was expected to buy bonds to tho extent of his means. On the streets In the shapes of placard and Kster and handb.ll and sticker appeared tho slogan: "Send Kalltown over tho top." Advertisements began to appear In the Observer pointed paragraphs wero there, nppeallng to the patriotism of Knlltown's citizens. And on the morning when tho loan campaign was launched, Corwln drove to his office In his closed car, dreading to bo nccosted by the workers that thronged tho streets. Corwln had got down early, nnd e after he opened his desk he sat It for a long time, thinking of tho young man who hnd sneered at tho speaker somo nights before. Tho youug man's face had made a drop Impression on him; ho could seo tho fellow plainly grinning bis contempt of tho orator and bis friends. that victory w.ih at bind, and he had donnothing toward winning it. Something Inched In Corwln; there was a void toniowhoru In his heart. He felt as a child feels who has not leoulvcd nu Invitation to a party which all Its friends will attend. He wan an outsider forgotten, - 1 Happiness, iiiiderMtaudlng to man, to he employed for his glory in promoting the happiness of his creatures; nnd In nothing Hint belongs to en rib cnu the human be more worthily employed limn In the researches of science and In the works of Invention.- - Chief Justice Promoting God it has given unilcr-Htnndln- CIiiihp. I Absorbing the Bible. Itpndlng God' Word Is one thing; to look ut It In Hip right Unlit Is anIt Is like this: A man may other. see the llgurea on Hie dial, but bu cannot tell bow the day goes unless the tun shines on Iho dial. So, also, Is rending the Illhlo unless the spirit shines within our hearts It Is likely that we will not get the correct Inter pretntlcm. "How much doee the Kalier pay you for hooting orf your mouthT" Lord Never Forgets. amount of money: It wan a heinous "Tho Lord never forgets anyone crlnjo to send tulUlcw. trf ITTrTl fo meet he la little." I breathing fast. "There Is such a thing oa a man fighting Jor his country unselfishly becauso ho loves It! Of course every ono of thoso boys who went over thero was reluctant to tight with tho exception of some who aro so constituted that they fight for the, lovo of fighting but I bcllove that nono of them has personal Interest In mind. They aro fighting for their country for my country, and for yours, Mr. Corwln." And Molly, her Hps quivering, her eyes flaming with passion, turned front Corwln and began to pound tho keys) of her tvwiwrltor (Continued next week.) Jao MM TUK CITIZEN April 10, 1010. going to hnve it tested in the near his regular appointment at Tan future. Thu'y nro down n depth of lay with Mrs Drowning. J. H. 2,250 feet with tho last well, but nro Drowning purchased not drilling now because tho rnpQ Yard, Saturday and Sunday. Mn. in not long enough. Mr. Buchanan I.illle Chestnut, 'with her littlo STOCK-5,- 000 daughters, Hazlo nnd Holcn, and 5,000-HE- AD is gone in search bf rope now. Tho Nov. A. D. Uowman Is not Miss Mntlic I.eo Clarko spent Sun No orrrpcnttnr publUhcrl nnlm tlmfd In full bj the writer. The nunc preaching much al present on ac- pounds of hay from T. N, Roberts, AT I not for pnbtlcttlon. but n fyMtnc of rood faith. Writ pUlnlr. count of tho epidemic of SpanFsh for tho sum of 20. Eggs nro 30 influenza, smallpox nnd measles, cents per dozen, hens, fs cents per tlia nnd Lotllo Powell, Myrtlo Baker, which are raging on the circuit. JACKSON COUNTY pound, corn, $ITi0 per bushel, nnd INCORPORATED Horn Click, llntlio nnd lluby John- - J. C. flentry of Tyner was In our molasses $1.00 per gallon hero. McKoe The scries of son, Joe Kirby, Kldon Hakcr, Charles vicinity recently on business. J. D. MoKco, April 7. Mt. Vernon, Kentucky meetings which was held at Iho Click, Hay Dean, nnd Aaron nnd Hay is still giving the people his ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Dutch deform church, conducted by Homer Powell. All spout a pleasant professional ability and assistance Goochland in the way of furnishing them with Mho Hov. Win. Worthinglon, of Ann-vill- e, evening. Goochland, April 8. Wo nro Mrs. closed this morning. tho necessary goods suilnblo to having very lino weather and tho Buyers for All Kinds of Stock Will Be There CLARK COUNTY us with Worthinglon favored their ncedSt nnd is n reader of Tho farmers nro taking advantngo of it. Free no churgc for first sule Log Lick several solos which were- enjoyed Wo Citizen. Hurrah for him! Tho flu is raging very heavily In Log Lick, April 7. The Rev. think The Citizen should be well Clover Dottom. in Jackson county. by nil. Mr. nnd Mrs. Worthinglon STOCK MARKET IN EASTERN KENTUCKY BEST left for their homo this afternoon. James Lunsford of Dreyfus failed to represented in all Eastern Kentucky g. nracher is very low with con to All his 'regular appointment hero nn,i csneciallv at Island Cilv ns it W. A. McKcnzie, Manager in, ,.n.i nni tnw.i rw I In 11 VP J. II. Knglo sold his residenco Mrs. Mary Little. Mr. Knglo owned Inst fenlurdoy nnd Sunday. Tho Hov i!t I1PWsy and educational and tho OilliorL Alcorn lost ono of bis quo of tho most beautiful homes in Sam Gross preached on Saturday ony pnper wo ncc,i (0 kccp us wcn gma,j 0j,,ren n few ,ay9 ng0 Wth town. WiVregrcl very much to part nnd tho Rev. J. II. Mathcrly on Sun-- ! posted. If nny ono will read TTiej u,0 Hu. A. P. Gabbard spent Sun-wisuch kind and congenial day. Dr. A. T. Neal who has been citizen twelve months nnd be dis- - ,iay with Mr. and Mrs. Smith nl neighbors. Miss Moore, tho nurso sick for six weeks of llu and double yMisflcd with it call on the Rev.j clover Dottom. D. C. Martin haj p. Bowman, n reader of the .en very bad on with a soro mouth. J. S. Woods,1 from Annvillo, accompanied by Miss pneumonia is belter. Ann Van Dyke, nlso n trained nurse, n local merchant, has received tlioi ,,apf.r i isinnc city, and he willuUcle Peto Taylor was in town If you are'not personally toliclttd for a subscription, won't you fill out this has been visiting in Mck'co for appointment of tho Log Lick post rcfuiul your money. today with n lovely smilo on his blank and tend It to Alfred Drandelt, Trcaiurer, 601 Paul Jonei BuildDrown Farmer and olllce for tho next four years. Mrs. .several days. Travelers' Rest Success to Tlia f,.P n3 usual. ing, Loulivllle, Kentucky? family or Dig Hill havo 'moved to Flora Vaughn was taken to the! Travelers Rest, April 2. F. F. Mc- -' Citizen and its' many readers. charge of Clark County Hospital for an opera-- j collum, of Green Hall, recently mov-- 1 McKee, and iwill take Our Bout Ftttd Thtm Won't You FttJ Thtm Mrs. Tyra tion last Wednesday. Most nil of! ,., (o (i,p s(pvc caudill property onj Cook and Knglo store. MADISON COUNTY called to Alcorn Wetl- - the tobacco betls haye been sown int . sfreet. Misses Ethel and Lainhart was ESennGrjcIky SftaH HDrjrnB silver Creek J. V. Dawson; nnn Winter and May and Hattie1 Sjlvt.r Rm.k ncsdny by Iho death df her mother, this community. cam .,n 7 Supt. II. V. Minter and wife of Fairfield and J. H. Daw- - Oabbanl returned from BcrcaThurs- - , .u Mrs. Harrison. Kv ,.'u .1910. vi nf n'Mn "B ' . Yy mado n business trip to Clover Dot- - son ami family of Wicnliester visit-- ! ',,' for a fpw (nys Vacation.-Ha- n-' To the American Jewish Relief Fund for War Sufferers ' ; torn Thursday. J. R. Hays anil Dr. A. T. Neal nnd wife a few days C,,(K nf Sn Lnko nly Ulnll J I Aimrtifc plijf lum el Robert MeKinncy and was visllin, ,lis sis,Pr, Mrfl. vina, D: G Collier spent several days in last week. lurneS J J s . Uouars, . y" noni, salurtlay utglil and Sunday. lauiiiy visui-uiuuna m I'auviuu inu vasi to Cincinnati, after spending the whttK I alft l fmy in lk fUouin( mtitntu Wo have no ' jjrSi James Young and family and Ward, who fell nnd hurt his leg eounty last week. 1101110.' Mr. and Mrs. winter at somo timo ago, is improving. i.ioju now cases or llu uere now. we nope jjrSt )r rjy0 vvpre (M0 gUPSis 0f yra Roland Lewis spent Saturday and Jun, is . been in sohool at jt will never visit us again. Tho; Young's mother at Sturgeon Sunday. Moore, who has Sunday with Mrs. Hiram Pigg. Richmond, is at homo for a fov iiev p. n. Mathcrly and family and Aufuit I. A. J. Creech, county superintendMr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson aro Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell Leonard Matherly of Richmond and ent, made business trips to Doone-vil- le days. SlintJ -G. K. making their home with Mrs. rrom Kirby Knob are visiting Mrs. v. a. Mathcrly, wife and baby of Monday, Friday and Saturday Anderson. AiJrn, Mrs. K. F. Holloway Mika ChKtl U AtntO tUM3tlS, T' - titrtf, (31 TtA lerti Jufrt tlLUrrt, t. Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Winchester visited their father, J. H. 01 me pan week. r.inan r.nu aj Wallaceton after a returned to County officials and jury-- Matherly, and family hero last Sat- - gie Whicker who havo been In Sharks. two week's isit wilh her tlnughtnr mcn aro to bo congratulated for Urday and Sunday. school nt nerea came lipme at lho Mrs w M ,)avis sIMny school WHERE THE MONEY WENT during the last Flanagan their good work O. S. js proprP.Si(ing nicPy with C. H. close of the winter term.-R- ev. DESTITUTION IS TERRIBLE. ' mak- Charley Wastson will preach at Travellers Flannagan, April circuit court in slopping tho CIipk n9 SI,pCrinicn,enl. A strict Recounting Ih kept nf tlie ing of "moonshine" whiskey in tnc Adams and family nro moving lo Rest Saturday ami Sunday. Frank The accumulated horrors of four Blu8 Lcl distribution of every penuj itulxrrllietl years of war have left the Jewish county. Mrs. Sam Doggs is visit- their homo in Dcrea. Wc are sorry Herd is on the sick list nt present. , ,i(.k Aprll fl 0ut of lhlS for the relief of Jevvlsli nurferers from population of Knstcrn Kurope In probMrs. James -J- oe Tnckct came homo from the ing her daughter, Mrs. Lakes, of lo givo them up. ttie war In the lUt.sieni Hiiropemi in oil Held SatuMay and returned SMn-- 1 will, cha09 of wintcrt Wilh it Jones. The money U spent through ably the crrniest suffering known In shopping was Cushinberry Moores Creek. ,lorn of rain nnd snow, its sleet Kentucky's the history of humanity. Carico Lance Winchester Saturday. dty Mrs. D. S. Flanery called on,niM, cUiU ,u focs ani vapors, tho American Jewish Itelief Commit- drive to raise $'.1)S,000 for relief takes Wo are having to this place E. E. McCollum Sunday afternoon. Vorl: which Alhas returned Carico. April 7. S)rjnp.s i,amv ,reozns and glorious tee, of Ne' noted City, of N trees-ure- place Aprll liiinneler, fred l.climim, some nice snrinc weather, and the nfiPP a fPW days' visit with bis Mot of the citizens of Travelers' .,m,si,jno ,ave ovolvcd entrancing Distribution Ih mnde ihrouuh the people aro about dono sowing oats, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen McKin-UncGIVE UNTIL It FEELS GOOD. Rest planted gardens lust week.- -r. ,)inI am, ,M,( fraKrance and Stnte Department nt WeshiligloO und Little Rus-nc- ar F. McColluni, travelling salesman for mlla0 of James Farley was drowned zjP of yjlla Grove, III. by United States rooxuN and Auir p,,rfmo 0f lovoly bright-hue- d President Wllaon wild. "Olvo until this place March 2G. Ho bavl SPn nchlon has returned to his Kellogg & Co, of Richmond, mado a in03Sotns, pulsing lifo in earth, air Until agents of the committee lit It hurts." Nnthan St runs, tho crcat gone ilsbing and was missed by his lomo at rtiebmond, after a week' business trip to Wild Dog nnd Tur- -j an(1 sky Assumina this as tho prc-ke- y Jewlih philanthropist, tutys, "(live neighbors. They dragged for him. visit with his grandmother, Mrs. America Is railed upon to ralxe $3 Fool Monday. until It frrls cood," nnd he evens up am ,omieing from tho facts OOO.(XK) Ho j ucy Ueldon, of this place Little yeer for to He was hooked by Henry Ford. Scov'''0 portrayed by 'nature, may wo preent this starving; relief uotk of his word by his dred, ctvlnc probably of millions the was 68 years old, a member or tlio Ionian Griffin from' Hunt i3 visiting more than nny other American for Scoville. April 3. Winter vislled not anticipate a similar awaken- Christian church, a good old gentlo- -j i,cr aunt, Mrs. Floyd Griflln. this us last Monday with a littlo snow. iiiK among the inhabitcnts nf JewlMi people. Kentucky Is alVl Jewish relief. Kentucky Is to rnlse lo mine In the grvnt , . J'.'OS.OOO during April for ti e rell. . Edd Mcintosh and family man, anil loved by everybody. He Weok. mi. .nni ..nr. ,hp rart, , Ul,s p0rintis vnnr. Jewish relief drive, April 7 to tl. the lief of millions of starving grave- - i,avo moved to their new home in n'-i buried in tho Dranstetter proud parents of a baby girl, born ,o0 Vrom Ull, lorrors wroiuebt sum of $206,000 hi the contribu- people In ttie eastern war zones.Jewlih ynrd. He nnd no children hero to jtill county. March 29. She wa named Vornn by wnr scourge of groat tion of the commonwealth to this mourn ins loss, nut mis uin ( Rrown. Miss Mnude Mclntiro vis- - .MlomIc. WHY AMERICA MUST GIVE. and. all olhor dis- prent ruiwe.the first time tb .IrwWh over ESTILL COUNTY This is children living, scattered all ced her cousin, Mrs. Ilelbert Wild- - wlor, n( cvi, Mrlent, will not tho peode of the U'nlted S(uteo h.te nsk Locust Branch the United States. He has four sons Aiuerlcn Is the only country which er. :rt Jackson week bptoro lat . rnillbmv of i,,,,,,. 0IK. ,m,rp open fd (ithers than Jews onirll'iite lo to the uttermost not been Locust Branch. April 1. Farmers Mjssos Fannio Flanery nnd Nannie, in France. Vesler Evans and wife (,nln, ilorhon? W1i.ii tho tills fund. In 1017, $10,Ml was rw'seil. lias the vrnr. drained Uy reason of that prosby and daughter from Moore's Creek nro planting big crops of tobacco Ilond spent last Sunday night with 0p wave pructieally by Jews. Julius llosenwald. perity America can afford to clve libgpeHl LmtniB nf xniions siml cr visiting relatives at this place this year. The cold weather is or Turin, ami also fe 01lvP M ws Matt aII,j I.eaclii Hke the of Clilcaco, bliHMlf ari ititr h million erally to the errst drive Ed. Rob-MjMiss Maggie :ltended eliureh at Uoonevillo. things back. and Sunday. ; f,wii m Imul nnl dollar. Ih 101S. nearly $1(l.tH)MX"0 wns to raise $35,000,000 for the relief of ...in, . . t nna.l T C O O ( t I I - . I .... ..'III 1. siw . jSi narrie J Rowland was Iho raided, and now with the .inning of mmom ot Btnrvinr jewUh people In ,ionnon nns neen vismug ntir oris inircnascu a raw uum one on sen. sjirll declare "that war thu armistice and the itppm.-icMrs. Leatha HoltjMjss Mertio Coffeo and sister ar KtM, of M,5'3 Nettie Dooley last Hinos for 50.00. I'jslrrn Kurope. Kentucky's quota Is no more," then shall I asked to Ue $."1.".- - $208,000, to b,e rnlscd durlne April is staying Willi licr ratnor ai pres- - visiting friends here this wcok. Sunday. Misses Kthel -- nil G&rlie "With every wrong thing righted. pture. Auterica -Urothor Henry Lewis will cjark Johnson visited bis mother MePhorson and Nellio an"d Bess ent. illntrlfmtlnti With man to man united, nf futsN from Th prencb ai Flat Top the second Sun- - an( ,sjsrr at Dreyfus Inst Sunday Xeoley spent Saturday night ami Tim whole world shall be lightal, .March 31. HUH. to March 1. I!i,..e-cordlliWHY JEWS ARE IN CHARGE. wo nan mruu "' morning. ljrgs ami uuuer aro sun- - Sunday with their aunt and undo. day in April. to H reeenl rcMirt of llif Amerv Eden was of yore" aro Mr. ami Mrs. Rollie Vennble at Vln- large frosts, but I don't ing at a goon price. liens nights with ican Jewish Relief Comm'tiee, w.ta Every welfare ngency In the world A card anLet u pray for It. twenty-fiv- e cents a pound. think the poaches aro Kineu. Nick Crawford of Hazard nouncing the. safe arrival of Archie is follow. cent. stands ready to do nil It can for tho Poland nnd Mtbeim'a. S7."!'.lKl; relief of the stnrrln; millions of JewHunry Itvans of Green Mount was was the week end giiest of MUs lluy Flanery at "a U. S. port from .mp... ish people In the ICastern ISurope war iiiixatu, $a.ret! sro : r. OWSLEY COUNTY fox hunting in those parts Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mark Franca was received by relative Judd. Nannio .K: (Jallcln. il. lurkrv mikI rones. Hut conditions In tlio-- e secMrs. Lillic Smith 1ms been night. A Word to Our Readers Rogers of Cnrbin are visiting the Saturday. 1.V.)M, tions are unusual. A letter written while Syrl. S1.171.S07. Itoitinnir.i. There the Jew la Isaao Hinos' . lok.but is belter. Mr. William K. Rix, manager of latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Win. "on the Atlantic" giving details of fSreeee. tt.2l . Sei vn. .'.'..o"!: trented ns an outcast nnd less thnn lUllo son, Loslio, is very sick. iOO ; furtefi n I rimv Citizen, will .be in Owsloy Bond, at this place. , $1 The through vnvape and meeting his brother. human and roiniiiiiiiimtton M - M roi'ii, County during tho week of April Sturgeon any but Jewish orgmiixuMons is pracKlnw, at Brest, Franco, will be I'eijin. K'ii, Titni" Kirby Knob . Spnln, lViiin irk S i" ii'i in tically Impossible. Keiittukv Is to Slureonn, Marrh 30. There are printed in another column. Wo are MUi, "and will hold a mooting at Klrby Knl April 7. In $ll."i 'J ' I 'lit i.iiujis raluu $i'ouoo April an Iter bliure. aro Island City on April 18th. Ask more inlluonzn cnes in yiis vlolnlty SylveWr Lvans, n prominent farm for .leVlsil III- SJiti.'t'H nf u if s. t ".'HI having line weather and farmers I). Bowman, of Island than has ever been known, nlso innklng good usq of it sowing onts tho Rev. A. er of tins scot ion, 1ms taken a nice -Henry City, for particulars and plan to nuito a numlier of eases on Ilaml lot of honey from his hives which and preparing for crops. attend tho meeting, if possible. Crpek. Tho meeting of the Revs. be is sellfng al 25 cents per pound. Click has been ill sinco returning gatherings aro held to estab- Anderson and Senle at Royal Oak -lipnio from McKee whoro ho had Theso John. W. Flanery, who wns lish a bottor acquaintancosbip be- was discontinued on nreounl of flu. Mr. disehnrgtMl from service at Editor of The Kentucky Oil Journal, of Louisville, has made scores "boon attending cirouit court. tween Tho Citizon and tho commuMr. and Mrs. L. B. Brewer aro the Camp Wadsworth, S. C, has ac of his readers from $100 to $800 on "inside tips" on investments of and Mrs. Lloyd Iowell visited nities which it servos. proud parents of n fine boy. IBs cepted n position as manager of n from $10 to $200 in oil nnd mining stocks tells what is nood buys at MoKoo Saturday night. nnme is Valentino S'evler. Also the,(lr8l class-dair- y at Greensboro. N. C. and what is bad free to his subscribers only. Sample copy free. Island City Click is spending a few days Flora inches, wnsli drawing, and a We aro home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry vvoicii Toharco plants nro very promising Map of Kentucky oil fields, 16 Island City, April 3. with hor cousin, Mrs. Borthu Cliok. boy. in this section; no injury reporteiN beauty free to Agents who willxtake subscriptions for mc among Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thomas gave glad to havo tho'Managor of Tho was mado happy over a lino Mr. from the lato freeze. Fruit crops their friends. The Journal is 16 pne.es. illustrated now $2 per year tho young folks a social Saturday Citizen, ttho is a minister, to ask His namo is William Estill. soon $3. 411-1- 2 Inter Southern Bldg., Louisville, Ky. night. All report a nice time. for an appointment to speak to us and Mrs. V. S. Brewer of Travelers' No I'i'capi'il. No dnmage whatevor, spending a few days hero in tho gonoral interest of our Rest visited L. B. Brewer Sunday owing to Iho prevailing high winds Karl Johnson is Wo arc glad during tho low tomperaturo. Sturgeon, April C. A er for S.tX) per acre. Jim Lam community. Wo hopo tho meeting Lund is the illness nnd dentil of Mr. Kerby's with friends at Korea. The mother, Mrs. Minerva Ghrismari. through each weok buy- will bo woll attonded and that much to seo that Influenza cases are nil very interesting nnd inspiring ser- on a boom in our vicinity. who passes The Mis- mon from a text, Romans 11:1-- 9, farmors nro taking ndvantago of tho Mr. Kerby took the tbreo grand interest will bo manifested while mild wilh nono serious. ing cgb'S paid 32 cents last week. Old Unclo Craw- ses Cnllle Mao nnd4 Penrle Wilson subject: "Influence," was proacbod lined weather and will soon havo nil children of Mrs. Chrismun's back to Flossio Click, who has been in ho is among us Bo-rTho fruit Ohio with him. Mr. and Mrs. Slan-lo- y nt Iho Glad" Church Sunday, April their corn land broken. Hloomington, III., tho lat few ford Sbolton, tho oldost man known have .hjst returned home from whoro thoy have been in school. 5, by Brother Freeman, who has in this vicinity seems to bo safo so Fowler, of Boron, wero tho months, will return homo soon. in our country, died April 1. Ho Dallas and Luoy Wilson visited been called as pastor of that church Liar. Prospects aro good for a good guests of his mother, last Saturday Ruby Powell, son of Peto Powell, is was hnil away in tho Hunlor gravecrop of apples and peaches. mill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tho oil companies aro the homo of Lillian nnd Gerlrudo for tho ensuing year. ill with pneumonia at tho Robinson yard. Horace, tho lit A baby boy leasing all tho land thoy can get Brewer Sunday. Wallaceton Hospital at Horoa. Blanton, Chester and Walker Blan-to- n, Clay Lick Mrs. C. B. Wallncoton, April (5. David tin son of Blaiuo Wilson, has been well. Mrs. Ollio Pitts, and Mrs. Graco Clay Lick, April 7. Tout Green's arrived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. near tho past week wilh Guinn who has boon visiting her Oran Click, March 31. Ho was Chadwoll got a bonus of S2.r.00 for a on the sick list tho folks gavo tho young peoplo a part, Jackson woro guests of Mrs. Oscar Roy and thirty days' option on his land. It laryngitis. brother at the Robinson Hospital Saturday night, which was enjoyed Cnhhard, last Monday. Mrs. Boos named Clinton Thurston. has gone to her now homo in Indi- very much. Mrs. Minerva Cbrls-ina- ii ICiimard was tho guest of Miss ontertained a number is generally believed 'that an oil Herbert Click CLAY COUNTY Roy Botkin has been ana. ono night Inst of thoir friends at tholr homo Sun- pool will bo found and men who aro departed Ibis life, Friday night, Mury Willaford, Malcom Mrs. March 28th, succumbing to tuber week. Sijiii Willaford Is out again, from tho hospital. day evening, among whom were Ber interested mil hold leosos hero oro Malcom, April 5. Farmers, aro Davis is visiting at tho homo or oiilosls. Sho leaves tbreo boys and after a sevoro illness. Mrs. Nan busy getting ready to plant corn, Mrsrilolow.y has J. S. Wilson. loss Lunsford and Tom Taylor woro Iho since wo are having beautiful returned homo. Sbo has been on two daughters lo mourn her Bill Kerby nnd wlfo wero called lo guests of W. M. Stout and family weather. Not very much sckpes3 an extended visit nmong her peothis placo from Ohio on account of Inst Sunday. has been reported. F L. Browning, ple near Berea. S. W. Halcom who has been discharged recently, passed through our city yesterday spent last week wilh his mother, A Ftold off sold live acres of laud to John Wild-fro- m Mrs. Rebeccn Browning. Mrs. Eliza S. Wilson Bryantsville J He Browning, who has been sick tho past two weeks. Is improving. Two JOHN WHITE k CO. Returns to its before-the-wa- r of B. F. Downey's children havo LeUISVILLE, KY. high standard of quality Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clarke. Liberal aMortnMnt 1 measles. who havo been spending tho win- and lull valuo ter with J. H. Clarko, of this place, raw CIIDQ I UIIU a. havo returned to tholr homo at and Hid Tho Rov. J. II. Browning filled Coat Una East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else WANTED! GOOD Rockcastle Stock Pens APRIL 21, 1919 '.,,.,( I th MILLIONS ARE STARVING; YOUR MONEY WILL SAVE THEM - ,... W13 -- ,, 'J"'f' ; jat j,s ir-h- N Me-Kin- zie r. le ' mm 1 1 n, tii ay n? ' 1 '. n,i 1,), n !' c ;:.:; -- Hill-rorl- 1 OLD MAN HARRIS rol-nliv- os oa No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour "7T4 hz$BXl Because Satisfaction Sowed Once Tried Always Used Bo-re- (