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The Citizen oTontCLln BEftEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 17, 1010. One Dollar and Knwlo4gs Is fowr Um People Fifty Centa Per Year. way to kep ua wMi Knowledge is lo a Newspaper. ni aoai Vol. XX. No. 42. A Mountain Summer School ' Iterca is taking a great step forcward this year in announcing a Summer School for the mountain people. The School will begin immediately after CommenceThose ment and have two parts of five, weeks each. who cannot spend ten weeks at a Summer School can by slaying five weeks. It will get something worth-whil- e well as like term time, lectures, be like Chautauqua as And, music and. conferences on mountain problems; like Korea's other terms, it will have prices made right foryourig people who are just getting a start. TERMS OF PEACE - World News Narrow Gap The School at Narrow Gap celebrated its twenty-fift- h anniversary last Sunday. It has a remarkable history and deserves all the wonderful compliments which it received. Twenty-fiv- e years ago Narrow Gap was perhaps the It contained hardly a in Madison County. darkest nook single family that could read or abstain from whiskey, and had constant representation in the poor house and in the jail. Uen-College established a "social settlement" at soon after by Narrow Gap, and the County Miss Fox gave her a special school district. forming earnestness and enthusiasm to the enterprise, and Brother Hudson and Professor Penniman and others contributed. Nearly all the eminent men and women who have adorned Berea in this quarter of the century have made their contribution to Narrow Gap. Today Narrow Gap is a model and an encouragement for other country districts and the name toquote in many a study of rural conditions. a 1 mmM via w n.mw The Gorman representatives who have been appointed to receives tho terms of tho treaty nro to bo summoned to Versailles April tho 25th, Indemnity and Other Issues Are according to a statement given out by President Wilson. Work may Settled by the "Big Four" still continuo on other features of In Paris. tho peace in its bearings, on all tho Issues nt stake, for its final form. It is believed Hint the month of PROTECT MONROE DOCTRINE May will mark the completion of work of the Peace Congress; and it will be before our Senate by June. League of Nations Commlstlon Adoptt New Section to the Covenant Tho llitllan question is receiving Allies Will Not Include principal attention in tho Pcaco In Pact. Congress just now. This is likely to he difllcult of solution, but Paris. April 12- .- While the 'text of tht Monroe doctrlno iimeiidmenl America's influence will bo a adopted by the league of nations com powerful ono becauso she holds the mission Is w(thheld Its main features supplies that Italy so much needs are substantially nlong the following nnd must havo. A conferenco beMinna Artlntn V Vntliltir. til till. tween the Italian primo minister covenant slinll be construed ns Inval nnd President Wilson has already idating any agreement such as the been held, and tho result may soon i Monroe doctrine, for the nuilntennnct he known. ARE COMPLETED a 1 of pence. DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? Attend Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY June 6 to July 11 and July 11 to August 15 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business Chrismen, farmers, discharged soldiers, tian workers. "Something good for every comer!" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. "works with all Berea is religious, followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for entrance that you live in the mountains and are above fifteen. Best location, climate and equipment. Note two things: The studies and entertainments ar the best, and especially adapted to people from the mountains. made right for young folks just And the prices-ar- e getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." house-keepers, non-sectaria- n, 'round met the sweetness of Easter has found mel The newly leaved boughs of the trees are low twinging, The birds have come back to their homes and are singing, The blossoms I missed have come back to the meadow, Every last cloud has gone, and gone with it its shadow! And each grief that was crowding about me and shoving Is gone; for my loves shall come back to my loving. It is Easter; the lilies of Easter are swaying! And the babies, their tresses all windblown, are playingl And their wee fingers fashion me garlands of clover--It is Easter I grieved but my gnev. ing is over! For the ones whom I loved, and who left me back yonder. Have grown' nearer with Easter, grown nearer and fonder; Anl when the breeze touches the It is Easter, the gladness of Easter is EASTER It is Easter, tree-boug- Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, (Adv.) Berea, Kentucky CONTENTS PAGE 1 almost feel their loving, I almost hear their singing. And so all the gladness of Easter is 'round me, ts gladness, its love and its peace have all found me; To the ones whom I grieved for my arms are now nearer They were far and apart, now they're nearer and dearer! And each Easter that comes brings me near to the going I will find them and love them. I know they are knowing! I count up the Easters until I have found them, With my lips on their hair and my arms tight around them. Judd Mortimer Lewis. ( GREAT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM PLANNED Editorials: A Mountain Paris. General Pershing has signed Summer School; Narrow Gap. Crop prospects for 1919 in KenWorld Nowa; U. S. Nows; StatJ nn order establishing un American tucky aro especially bright. Soil Army university In Franco to News. l'astcr. 15,000 to 20,000 soldier stu- conditions aro good, moro land will dents. The school will ho opened nt ho in cultivation than last year, PAGE 2. Sign I School News. Ilenune. At the samo time, tho main land values arc advancing, and farm Life After Death. ofllce of the V. II. C. A. army educa0 help supply U increasing. The tional commission will bo moved from w PAGE 3. Serial Story. Nows latter, howoverlMas not yot reached to Ilenune. Purls ot Current Events. Courses In engineering, llliernl and normal. PAGE 4. Locals and Church Nows. flue, arts, science, music and the like When tho tjhited War Work will ho offered. It Is expected that PAGE 5. Tho Sepulchre campaign was put on in Kentucky School ono of tho four agricultural exhibit vs. Jail. Work and Fun for which have been prepared by tho de- lust full, tho students of tho Stale Kentucky Boys. How to Pro partment of agriculture In were given a quota of $20,000, to tho V. M. G. A. will bo a permavend lullucnza. Publio School with feature at Ilenune. raiso us their sliaro of tho general nent Notes. Tho V. SI. C. A. war work council fund of 91,770,000, to ho raised. Tho announced that tho cost of the educa- students not only raised their quota PAGE 0. Mountain Agriculture-Homtional program In tho A. K. V, had of $20,000, but they wont boyond, Department. now reached $700,000 a month. Hooks and when tho returns wcro in, it and supplies costing $1,300,000 havo was found that they had pledged u PAGE 7. Sunday-schoLesson.- been sent overseas. Tho army pays for totul of $31,350. Man with n Country. tho books and distributes them to tbj PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. soldier students. A few days ago, Somerset," StanSaginaw Cart Stopped. ford, Ml. Vernon, Danville, and RETORT DISCOURTEOUS Saginaw, Mich. With all street car other tovn3 south of hero, wero held In tho barns by the operating .considerably shaken up, tho general Thoy were Loth In Jail in Nor- company because of a referendum re- opinion being that a meteor had wich, Conn., ono for stealing a call of the voters of the wartime permit, 20,000 Saginaw work fallen somewhere- in that section watch, tho other for stealing a cow. In ouUylng factory districts will Tho Stato Geologist is making nn As thoy parsed each other ono era walk to their labor or be transported effort to locato tho causo of till morning in tho oxeroise yard, tho by automobile. Churchgoers nnd Sua-dm-y phenomena, and has asked that any cow stealer said with a sneer: workers walked or availed them- ono witnessing tho phenomena "What llmo Is It?" selves of hastily organized "Jitney" send him details of what ho obcompany claims that even "Milking llmo," tho watch stealer service. The t plan operation of served. (ConUBatd under tho answored. to VwriTt) Its lines was a financial loss. nccom-mndnte Ito-viool six-cen- Kentucky News Paris, April 12. The peace confer enee has reached an agreement on all questions concerning peace wlih reparations. Indemnities and the frontiers of the Khlno nnd Pnlnnd, nc- to an Interview In the Petit , cording Journal with the private secretary of Lloyd George. Certnln detnlls re- '.main, hut they will be settled In two or three dnys. The German delegates will be sum moned to Versailles within two or three weeks. The Ilrltlsh premier, his secretary Is quoted as saying, thinks that If the allies agree ns well at present as during the wnr the achievements of the peace conference will be Instlng and numerous dangers Including IS GREAT ESTABLISHED FACT will, be averted. Switzerland, has been Geneva, 8keptlct Have at All Timet Failed td chosen ns the seat of the league of Disprove the Resurrection of nations, according to announcement Easter Morning, here. i ft Monroe Doctrine ls Saved. The lesson of Easter Involves tho The league'of nations commission question of the divinity of Christ. ndopted a new section to tho covThere are two great miracles upon enant specifically providing that the which Christianity rests. The mlrncu-- j Monroo doctrine Is not to be nffect-elous birth and the resurrection go to- -' by the provisions of the covennnt. gethcr. If wo believe one we can be-- I Tho Monroe doctrine amendment lleve tho other. The former Is not wns prepared by Col. Edward M. subject to historical proof. Tho lat- -' House. ter has been proved and Is one of tho At the meeting of the commission facts In history. ten sections of the covennnt were conThose who Imagine themselves to sidered and passed. The Japanese be too "modern" to accept the resur- amendment wns not reached and the rection as a literal fact, are deluding nctuifl text of the section exempting no one but themselves. There Is noth- the Monroe doctrine from the provi ing new In tho effort to explain away sions of the covennnt of the league of the great event Men have been try- nations Is not' yet available. ing out explanations ever since the commissioners stnted, American guards who went to sleep on duty however, that the doctrine wns defi around the tomb excused themselves nitely named In tho provision guaranby saying the disciples stole his body teeing that It will not be nffected by away while they slept. Explainers the terms In the covenant. Another have risen and fallen as the ages have meeting will be held, when It Is hoped come nnd gone and the deeper tho the work will be completed. explainers have gone Into the matter, The Adoption of the section exempt the moro apparent has become the ing the Monroo doctrine wns the only fact. The simple Gospel narratives real exemption made during the meet' gavo enough of the physical details lng. President Wilson offered the of the event to make It convincing; nmendment nnd made a plen for It, saythe fact that the disciples themselves ing he believed the doctrine wns prodid not expect the resurrection and tected under tho terms of the cove were slow to believe It until they nnnt as they stood, but becnuse of the were forced to believe It by his prcs-enc-o demnnds for specific exemptions he among them ; by exhibition of his felt It Imperative that the amendment sacred wounds nnd the fact that It should be ndded. There was some adbecame the burden of, their preaching verse argument, but the amendment In the future nil go to make up the was ndopted without prolonged oppo Indisputable .collateral evidence of tho sition. Open Dltcuttlon of Labor. literal fact. Every one of the disciples Is said to have died a martyr and his Tho labor report Is to bo' presented resurrection was their "testimony to for open discussion and consequently martyrdom' II. Leo Mills in Houston there will be opportunity for general Post. debate unless steps are taken to prevent It. The council of four Is strongly to ofllclnl publication of the pence treaty before Its submission to the Germans. It maintains that It Death stayed tho hand of Frank Is allowing positive decisions to be W. Woolworth, founder of tho chain nnnnuticed nnd that consequently the stores, as ho was public will be advised on all the main of Woolworth about to execute, a will under which points before the trenty Is signed. This pleccmenl and Incomplete pmV Inrgo bequests wcro to bo lefL tc charity and gifts to old employees, llcatlon Is unsatisfactory to many of the delegates, who aro urging friends nnd relatives. In conse- people of the allied countriesthat the should quence an old will, mado thirty havo the text of the peace treaty from years ago, will bo probated, undo? their otllclals before tho Germans anwhich tho cijtiro estate 1' left to nounce It with their Interpretations. The council of four has under conMrs. Jennio Woolworth, tho testator's wife, who also is named solo sideration tho remaining details of the Sitnr settlement nnd tho Rhino fronexecutrix. j Oer-mund The English prime minister, Lloyd George, has left his piaco itt tho Pc"ce Congress to ho filled by Sjr Arthur Balfour, while ho 1ms gone back to England to look after affairs whic.li threaten hi downfall. There has been much dissatisfac-to- in over the inferiority of tho nev cabinet which was made up largely of men who wcro rewarded for services tendered rather than intrinsic merit. Moreover, tho strikes in coal mines, railroads, and factories have been causing trouble. . It is reported that Japan has recalled Iter representatives at the Peace Congress becauso of tho fail-ti- re to induce the members to accept her demand to do away with racial discrimination. Her 'former ally, England, wns most influential in bringing about the rofusal tho plan was bitterly resisted by Australia and Canada, who aro moro opposed to Japanese settlers than the United States. Should, such a withdrawal be final, it might lead to momctous consequences. bo-ea- Tho amounts which Germany must pay aro tho subject of discus--sio- n during tho week. Five billion dollars must bo paid soon, and bonds given for $20,000,000,000 more, hearing interest that will increase if allowed to run beyond a speci-I- I ed time. This is not tho full amount to bo paid as tho principle of payment for damages was adopted. It is expected that Germany will he alllo to secure money from some of tho neutral countries. The suprcssion of radicalism ia Germany has boon duo in largo measure, to the Minister of Gustaf Nosko. Ho is somo-timspoken of as tho Bismark of Ho is a tho common people. weaver by trade, and has risen to his present position by merit. Ha was opposed lo tho treaty with Russia, to propagandism, and other obnoxious measures of Germany. Hi3 methods aro severe, but effectual. Dc-fon- se, es U. S. News Tho city of Copenhagen, in Denmark, has shown somo signs of aspiring to rival tho German city of Hamburg as a center of trade. It is well located for such a pur-pos- o, and nlready has a largo and growing trade, which tho war has stimulated. Tho littlo stato of Denmark has shown such thrift and courage- - in tho face of obstacles that tho world would bo pleased to see her sccuro a, reward. I Four American missionaries in capital of Korea, havo been arrested by tho Japanese in connection with tho Korean revolution, according lo information recoived in San Franoisco by tho Rev. David Lee, general manager of tho1 Korean National Association branch Soul, there. Tho Atlantic fleet, comprising in ships and 'ounago the greater pari of tho "Victory Armada" ordered to New York to givo 30,000 sailors and marines a vacation on homo shores, steamed into Now York harbor, Tuesday. With its nrrival tho greatest assemblago of war craft over seen in an American (CoaUaaid M Ptft rift) tier. ' There were reports that tho Italians were disposed to accept the plan for the Adriatic settlement, which had not previously been satisfactory to them. Should this compromlso be effected It would remove ono of the last lnrgo obstacles to the consummation of the trenty, though many lesser subjects still remain open. The supreme economic council ndopted a resolution calling attention of the associated governments to the extreme gravity and urgency of the present economic situation In Europe, an official announcement says. Tho council also discussed the ques-- 1 tlon ot raising tho blockndo of Gr man Austria and the Adriatic; the reopening of commercial relations with Ksthonln, Letvla and Lithuania; the removal of restrictions on trade with Poland, and the reopening of Swiss trufllc on the Ithlne. Tho Cabinet1 of Spain has resigned for tho third timo within n year. This must bo duo to tho agitated sentiment that prevails in Spain. Tho official classes havo boon much with tho Central in sympathy Powers, but tho common pcoplo havo all along favored tho Allios and havo wanted Spain to join tho democratic ami progressive group of nations. Thero is much flno character among the Spanish poo-pl- e. and it is to bo hoped it may be brought to tho front. The state of Korea has mado an eloquent plea to America to como to her aid in her strugglo for liberty nnd indif.tcndcnco from Japan. Thero is littlo doubt that alio has been wronged, and takes an opportune timo to acquaint tho world of her caso. Moreover, it is an em barrassment to Japan, who has been admitted to tho council of domo- - . (catut rtt mt Pao Two THK CITIZEN JOHN April 17, 1010. School News from Various Departments PEARSONS' BIRTHDAY BRATED CELE- W. HALL0WELL ANOTHER VOCATIONAL VICTORY A second victory was added to Listen To the Voice And HOOVER DIRECTOR 1 I 5 0 Stephenson, c. r. 1 0 5 2 Johnson, p 32 Nowlln, 3rd b 1 0 0 2 Smith, r. f. Battery: Clark and Johnson. Struck out by Johnson, 1 (. Bases on balls off Johnson, 2. Three-bas- e hits off Johnson, 0. Y GAME Foundation Tho Normal and Academy baseball ab. h. Ft. E. teams played a fairly interesting Adams, r. f 0 0 0 gamo of baseball on Saturday after- Conley, s. s 1 0 30 noon. Thero was no exceptional Ferris, c. f I 0 32 playing on cither side. Tho Normal Thompson, 1st b 1 1 1 2 pitcher did some good work, allow- P. Kelly, 1. r 1 0 0 0 ing no long hits. 1 0 LIFE AFTER DEATH 0 3 Jett, p Tho score turned out 9 to 5 in J. Kelly, c 0 2 30 fnvor of tho Normal team. 1 1 20 Stephens, 2nd b 2 "Except the Grain Fall In the 0 3 0 Hinton, 3rd b Battery: Kelly and Jett. CHAPEL NEWS Earth and Die, It Cannot Struck out by Jett, 6. Bring Forth Fruit." Doctor Raine Bases on balls off Jolt, C. Doctor Raine talked again from Thrcc-bfi9- 0 hits off Jett, 3. because the power of Mark in Upper Chapel Sunday night. mini PEWIAI'S n deathof IshisInnature In his quiet way ho gavo to his VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT part glimpses of the Christ as hearers Tho following composition was lie uses It familiarly without seen in tho scriptures by tho illum- written in the Certificate English surprise, never quite realizing Its ination of a great mind. Hero arc Class, Vocational Department. It From his dally deaths of trousome of the jewels ho scattered: represents a variation from tlio ble and struggle, from the denth of "We should talk more to God and usual routine of exercises in busi goals 'ho ennnnt reach, the deaths of gladness nnd love, of hopes that die not so much about God." ness composition. with ench sunset, he Is reclaimed a "Jesus loved folks." 1899, thousand times. I was made in the year of ' lie cannot really die, is tho and have had many pleasant and for nil the seeming death that dully "To take up ono's cross same as tho taking up of a ropo sad experiences. attend him. They fall Into the ground with which you know you will bo During tho first part of my life nnd die. lie rises, raised by the power hung. Take up thy cross and fol- I was owned by an aristocratic of life In him, nnd new hopes, new works he brings forth. low me.' This is thd secret of suc- family living in New England. to etcrnnl To set this cess." I stood in the hallway of a handthings Is hard for him, being within a some building facing the Old King's material world of his own creation, Castle. lie has lost the Intensity of dcslro for C. E. I was' made of mahogany, and Christian Endeavor met as usual had a golden eagle hovering my last Sunday night at IIiq Parish top. House. A good interesting meeting My pendulum moved slowly and was conducted by Miss Lena Hull cfnrwlilir nnil T rnnnlinil frnm flip Tho floor of the Academy department. half way to the ceiling topic was, "How to Givo God's Day My chimes were so beautiful when to Godlike Deeds.' McCoy Franklin, thoy would struck that passers-b- y an old member of our C. E. here and pause to listen to my wonderful lately an ordained minister, gave a music. very interesting and inspiring talk. If I could talk, there would bo Thero were other snappy and pur- - many things I could tell you of tho posful talks that rollowed. Next the lives of New England people. Sunday Lloyd Itackoy will conduct The home where I belonged was tho meeting. Tho topic is, "Eternal a place or many gatherings, espeLire and How to Obtain It." There cially balls and banquets. will also bo a memorial service for I knew tho secret or all the the boys that lost thoir lives in romances, tho sighs ot every heart, France. Gold stars will be place and every word that was uttered over tho bluo ones during tho meet- in silence. ing. Every one is cordially invited il.n. ...v .......,, fnr, .... J Mm fnnillv nt this hnmn . ... . . rt .rL to come and to take part. necame ilissatisueii witti mo ino ui New England and started out in search of a now home. COLLEGE SOCIAL After long planning they decided A social was given to the boys and make their Collcgo Department last to come to America lo pirls of the home. Saturday night by Dean Robertson. When I heard this. I was very Tho social look place on Dean Roband. nnl thlnkintr that I would be ertson's lawn and lasted from 7:00 brought along, loo. But tho family' to 9:00. leaving me beGames were played. Ono was of had no thought of I hind. especial interest, a gamo in which I foil very' happy when they, Tho treasures wcro exchanged. treasures being revealed by the started on their Journey. sailed be- opening of tho packages wcro al- 'The shin on which wo family all most priceless ones. Thoy ranged ramo wrecked, and the pities to powder puffs wero lost in tho sea. from corncob This grieved mo very much. I two things which kept that curly group and striped stick candy. Lemon by the waves several humbly apart und fed It with proPunch was enjoyed by the light of was carried miles, anil at last drifted into tho found wisdom the desire of eternal tho moon. Everybody went homo harbor or New York City, and wns feeling full of punch. found by an old fisherman, who mo. This pleased tho old man very look mo to his littlo hut and cher much. Ho took tho money and reY. M. C. A. ished mo ns a loving companion. turned to his native homo in ScotOno day somo rich explorers came land, where ho had been longing to Professor Dlx of tho Normal School talked in Y. M. C. A Sunday nlong nnd looked in tho littlo hut go for many years. night about tho rural community and saw mo. They examined mo center. Ho said modern inventions thoroughly and found tho namo of were breaking up tho community my rightful owner. Tills namo corMutt Have Smelted to Heaven. centers and spoko of tho great op. I responded with ono or tho explorer's Throughout Italy of ttiu sixteenth ono century the passion for perfumes porlunlty for young men and wom- names, ami ho claimed ho was amounted to u mania, according to en to becomo community leaders. or tho ramily that owned mo. This was not true, for if I could I'ompeo Molmentl, tho hlstorlun. From You can't afford to miss thoso talks. Men, bo suro to como to theso "Y" havo talked, I could havo told n cap on the head to the shoes ou the to such on extent thut different story from this. Tho man feet, gloves guild services every slnglo chanco. nt Milan the of glovers and perinsisted on taking mo with him, fumers wus one und the sumi socks, was very valuable. It shirts, even money, all wero scented. knowing I CHAMPION BASKET-BAL- L TEAM became necessary for him to spend And as If that were not enough, paRECEIVES BANNER tho night with tho old man. Tho trician ladles carried on their persons Tho College basket-ba- ll team was man went to bpd nnd went to sleep, poUncet-boxetilled with scented unpresented the championship banner not thinking anything would hapguents, und held hi their bunds chap-let- s of uuiher and smelling bottles. for tho season, in Chapel, Tuesday pen. In morning. Championship "B's" wcro When ho was fast asleep, the old One tlndsTheythe Inventories hairpins of put niursk In their baths also given to tho members of tho man took mo and crept out Into umber. team and to throo subs. Thoso (ho darkness, and mado his way to and amber, and uloes, und myrrh, peppermint, Jonquil, Indian plum, cinnareceiving tho "BV were: mon, nmmoulum and other scents. The tho city. Forwards, Cnpt. Fielder, and Kelly; y patrician ladles, whose luxury In Tho old man took mo to tho Jowel-erdress center, Fields; guards, Lawson and sforo anil had mo valued. The was Imitated even by their servunts, Wilson; and subs, Conglcton, Andee, Jowqlcryman told him he would set tho fashion fur the wives of the and Batson. give him two thousand dollars for wealthy citizens und their Influence Saturday, April 12 was a holiday, It bolng tho birthday of Dr. 1). K. Pearsons, Korea's greatest benefactor. There was n procession beginning nt 0:30. Then, in the Main Chapel, President Frost told the story or I)r. Pearsons, relating tho incident, nnd actions of his sterling life. There were also speeches by MIjj Kaircliild, or tho Normal Department, Mr. Anderson, an old Dcrea sludonl, who has been doing work in tho mountains as n county agent, for several years, and John Peyton, the President of the Mountain Volunteer Band. Their speeches were in regard to (lie people of the mountains, sotting forth tho mountain situation and petitioning tho mountain boys who have had tho opportunity of attending school hero to go back to the mountains and givo their lives o tho betterment of mountain conditions. Tho arternoon was given to sports. Tlicro was a baseball game, tho account ot which rollows: NORMAL-ACADEM- Vocational list last Saturday when they defeated tho Foundation team by a score of nineteen to two. Tho Foundation boys played a good gamo but wcro not old cilongh nt tho men Tho Vocational business. yielded tho slick savagely. Bow man, Clark, Combs and Pearsons whilo swatted out Nowlln got three pretty singles. Fry headed the list, however, by s, billing tho pill for thrco and a pretty ono next gamo Is' single. Vocational with tho Normal department next two-baggethroe-baggertwo-bagg- er GENERAL RELIEF I8SUCS A REVIEW OF MEASURES CARRIED OUT DURING THE MOi.TH OF MAnCH. In Europe Valued at of Which All Dut About 2,000,000 Was Furnlihed on a Bans of Deferred Payment. MH ; Deliveries Monday. Vocational (1 Wilson, 2nd b '.. f Fry, ist b 0 Clark, c 3 Parsons, r. r Combs, 1. 0' 5 2 0 2 2 i r. ( 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 13 MM signr;.. love and a simple, uncompromising will to sec the truth. He feels so strong u within him now that he Is Impelled to create his own lesser truth, wondering then ut his dissatisfaction. Sincere In Rejoicing. It Is not so much belief ns perception that lie lacks a looking In tho wrong direction with eyes dulled by dwelling on material objects. When the brightest day comes for celebrating the Jtlsen Spirit, be goes to tin Indened churches, rejoicing In the that surges Into bloom for the feast mid In the massed choral singing of unthi'iiis. Surely be Is sincere; thus loving, thus praising, thus entering Into the service which the priests and people hold? With less keenness of sight, however, for the pure spiritual proving of the truth than those few were blest with who long ago, at the earliest Ulster, after long sorrow and waiting, saw the real resurrection, yet perceived the greater spiritual one through It. Hut lie knows It Is In the churches that he will find the mystery of the new flower thnt Is to rise. It Is always there, to be realized ot each kneeling, to be sown anew In ench heart, to give fostering care, to brood over and bless the sell of the heart while uniting, to tell over nnd over again nt every time the questioning heart Is lifted up to It thnt what the mystery of life can do for tho lesser grain It Is bound to do by an ever truer measure of the sumo law for the spiritual growth. life-pow- er Hower-beniity Newspaper Union News Service. Ii.n.ior l'rtrls. Herbert Hoover, (Jenenil of Itellef, has Issued a serl. of manures cnrrlod out by the I in ted Sim, (Ireut Hrltnln, Kniliee an ' during March through the to mu'ii, oni nation of the Supreme Council. Total values of supplied t s trli.uiod In the month was an"' lim.ely $!1V(HI0.(HI0. of which all h i about 2.."sliMHM) was furnished 'ii a basis of deferred iwymeiit. . Suppl m amounted to $388,011 tons. dlw.it I it 034.1 tons. r follows: Cortm!., 12,(112 tons; pens nnd beans Ml ki tons: fats mid meat, :t 1.1 7(1 t. del sed milk, 1,122 tons; cloihll.,. I.KI tons; miscellaneous, 8.S22 ton Poland received ni.'lfi tons of sup plies. Under the terms of the nrmls arrangements for shliMiient tlce, through Dmialg, says Mr. limner, hue proceeded with grent smooth ness und dispatch, ni high as l.".o" tons a day by rail from Danzig to Warsaw having been transported. All sections threatened with critical famine conditions have received relief Finland during , the month received 203 It tons of supplies. About lO.IKio tons of these supplies wure furnished under replacement agreements with Some dltllcilltles northern neutrals. have been met with from Ice and mines, one ship having been lost nnd d. Preliminary another badly mensiires for the establishment of regular supplies to the coastal areas In the Ilultlc states, sujs the review, have been undertaken, 2,7o.'l metric being actually de tons of bread-dufflivered during the mouth. has received 2O011 metric tons, Including 202b tons of Wcurn !:; 1 John W. Ilnlloucll of .M.iiachuetts. formerly of the food nilmlnlstriitkm. bus been appointed assistant secretary of the Interior, succeeding Herbert A. Meyer He will have charge of tho Alaskan railroad work, tho reclamation service and tho bureau of mines. MUNICH ISSURROUNDED Anti-Sovie- ts Invest City Recaptured. Wurz-bur- g cru-he- Austrian Rede Gain 10,000 Worker Seize Smelting Plants at Donawltz. s Czecho-Slovnkl- a breadstuff s. German-Austri- a : Total deliveries from allied sources during March were ly.l.Ml metric tons. Supplies amounting to nbout 10.(100 tons also were made under replacement arrangement from neighboring countries. The situation In Vienna, says Mr. Hoover, Is extremely had, anil measures have been taken to Increase the arrivals of 2,(00 metric tons a day. Greater Sorbin: Itellef of the entire Montenegro and area of Serbia Is conducted lis a single unit. Tho total distribution In this territory amounted to 'WM metric tons. for the month Iloumnnln: were 2(1,1X17 metric tons of breadstuff. Owing to Ire In the Danube and the reduction In railway rolling stock adequate distribution Inland was rendered .liigo-SIuvl- life-pow- Impossible. 1 - v- s was nutlon-wld- Score Injured In Crash. passenO. Fourteen Cincinnati, gers were Injured, two seriously, while a score more were bruised and severely shaken up, when a southbound Cincinnati uuil Dayton Traction car, carrying approximately CO passengers. Jumped the truck on u sharp curve on the Hamilton pike, ono und one-hamiles north of Mt. Healthy, Ohio, and upset on the side of an embankment after striking a tree. Passengers anil witnesses agree the escape of many from death was remarkable. forever. Al seats on the car were occupied They taught the underworld, where and many sttsxl In the aisle. The mathe shades moved In u half life or pale jority of passengers, several of whom regret conscious of lost Joy, without wero women and children, were resihope. A mournful Idea of Immortality dents of Hamilton, Mt. Healthy and that satisfied no heart and from which New Ilurllugtou. The car wus In great thinkers of that age reached charge of Motormnn Marlon Smith the out In vain for light. und Conductor Harry Suwl, both of That light appears In the grent sim- Hamilton, O. ple law. "Except tho gruln fall In the earth and die It cannot bring forth War Minister Shot Oy Soldiers. fruit." Copenhagen. Herr Ncurlug, War Minister In the Government of Saxony, was killed at Dresden by disgruntled WORDS ONE SELDOM HEARS soldiers, to whom the Minister had refused a hearing. The War Ministry Knowledge of These Definitions May was stormed by demonstrators, who Some Day Save You a Search dragged out Ilerr Nourlng and threw Through Dictionary. Iilin Into the Kibe, where he wus shot AmphUcIuns are the peoplu who In- and killed us ho tried to swim to tho habit the tropics, whoso shadows In hunk. one part of tho year are cust to thd Greeks Enter Protest. north und in the other to the south, Salonika. The League of Greek uccordlug as the sun Is north or south Itefugees of Northern Kplrus has adof their zenith. The Antlschins are the Inhubltuuts dressed to President Wilson- uud tho allied Premiers nt Purls a protest of the earth living on different side of the equator, whoso bhudows at noon agulnst ulleged activities by General are cast In contrary directions. Those Itossle, commander of Italian troops In living north ot the equator ure uutls-clan- s Uplrus. to thoso living south of that Rioting Is Begun In Egypt. line, and vlco versu. Tho bhudows on Cnlro, Kgypt. In two duyu of riotone hide aro cust toward tho north unJ upon tho other towurd tho south. ing 38 persons wero killed und 100 The Ascians aro the people who llvo wounded, It Is announced In olllclul Armenians wero chiefly In ii lund where, ut u certain tlinu of communique, each year, they huvu no shadows ut tlio otijects ot tuu moil's uttacus, ana noon. All tho Inhubltuuts of tho tor- seven of those killed were of that narid zouu are Aschius, they having u tionality, in Alexandria three persons were killed und six seriously Injured' vcrtlcul sun tvtlco u year. Tho 1'urlsclans are the Inhabitants whllo u continuation of attacks ou tho of tho polur circle, whose shadows dur- troops resulted In tho killing of 17 othing some portions of tho summer must ers. Tho statement says: "There wag The mob, In tho course of tho duy uiovo entirely further rioting In Cairo. around unit full toward every point of armed with knives und hatMiuts, made uttucks lurgcly directed ut Anneiiluns. tho toinpuss. lf Teaches Great Truth. One can turn better, after thnt realization, to the full springtide nnd feel even gladder than nature, knowing the touch of the eternal flower within. Wandering nmldtheold myths, tilled with their beauty and their deathless attachment to life, one feels always under the shadow of ended things, upon the verge where nil reality has gone down in darkness. The lasting and perfect poetry of these myths lingers like gorgeous unsiinken sunsets. As the latest comer among them mnny may class the great Christian story of tho resurrection. It Is Indeed a greut myth, n superlative myth In the real meaning of the word as a narrative founded on n remote eent. Hut the singular, lone truth It sympollzes like n direct hhaft of light separates It from the durkness of the old myths Turkey : During the month 2.2PS ton were distributed In Constantinople. Itellef administration Armenia: supplied to Armenia 0251 tons ot breadstuff and condensed milk. In addition three shiploads of food, clothing und medical supplies Imvo been delivered for the Itellef Commission. Itrrlln, April 12. Wurzburg has been recaptured and Munich entirely surrounded by forces of the demised according to adsoclnllst vices received here. Vienna. April 12. German Austrln Is coming under the Influence of tho establishment of soviet governments nt Munich and lliidnpest. At Donnwltz 10.000 workers In the Iron smelting plants have driven out the managers because tho latter have refused to grant Increased wnges. The coal miners there are reported to have considered similar action und there-Ipropcet that the employes of the Iron mines will tnke over control of the properties nnd elect their own malingers. Copenhagen. April 12. The council of people's mandatories, which nn been In control nt Munich, bus been dispersed by the communists, who have formed a communist government there, according to I'rankenlsche Tugoiioit of Nuremberg. The revolutionary movement In has spreail to Itailcn and agitators a r working In Karlsruhe. Mann-heland other large towns, according to n Karlsruhe dispatch to the of Itrrlln. m s TELLS OF BIG BRIBE OFFER p State Senator Thompson of New York Swears He Was Ottered Governor-shiand $500,000 to Aid Fare Dill. Albany. N. Y.. April 12. Testifying before the Judiciary committee of the senate. Senator Oeorgo 1. Thompson of Niagara said that ltlchard II. Burke of New York told him that If he would assist In the passage of the Curson-MnrtiIncreased trolley fare bill, he could become governor of the state and Hint tho traction Interests would raise In his bpluilf a cnmpnlgn fund amounting to Senator Thompson also told of dining subsequently with former Gov. Charles S. Whitman at the St. Begls hotel. New York, at Mr. Whltinnn's Invitation. Mr. Whitman, he testified, told him ho thought he was making a mlstnko In not supporting the Cnrson-Murtlbill, ns It might give him a chance to be governor. Senator Thompson declared that Burku came to his room on the morning of Sunday. March 10 and said to him: "If you stand for this hill It will be (ho biggest thing Unit ever happened to you. It will make you governor. These people nro ready to raise a campaign fund up to $500,000, If necessary. You have a good repututlon and If you only had (he money you could walk home." "I said to him," Thompson continued, "Dick, you know me, nnd you know I am on Hie square. I don't want to bo governor and never wljl, and never will be a candidate." n fl DISABLED TRANSPORT Fifty-sevent- SAFE Julia Luckenbach, One Propeller Gone, rings One Hundred and Infantry to New York. Jullu I.uckenbnch, Tho trunsnort currying the Ono Hundred and Infantry complete, which reported by wireless that It hud lost a propeller ut sen. ar rived off Ambrose lightship from Jlor- Uenux. Among the troopi on the Rotterdam which arrived hero was tho Three Hundred nnd Tenth supply company, composed chletly of men from Flfty-sovent- h New' York. April 12. Wisconsin unit Michigan. April 17, 1Q10. tii cmzm sheT Page Three. during probably thirty arc to be col lected. Tho Americans would hnve preferred thnt tbo treaty should nnmp tbo fixed amount of Indemnity to be collected, but did not Insist on this, In order to hasten ngreement Tho five billion first pnymcnt Is to be made by Germany. In cash or securities, before May 1, llttl. It Is supposed the total to he demanded will be nbout the period In which damages $45,000,-000.00- THE LIGHT IN THE Ts "This father. Is Mr. ilils Mr. LatourT1 Latour, Sally," said her NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS years CHARING" Airoc stranger. They shook hands. "I am glad to seo you," said the A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING BACHELLERw of Bit I IMN HOlDtU. Ml AND I. DAtWL Of THE tltSStO mipino ur vitm iruie. etc. etc pockctbook thnt was lost nnd kept tho money. They say ho was tho first man that went up the road nfter It was n He my uncle never saw tho 8omo money was left to pockctbook. hlra by n rclatlvo In Vermont. That's hew It happened that he bought a fnrm Instcnd of going to the poorhouso when Grlmshaw pnt tho screws to him." "I knew Uint your uncle didn't do It." she went on. "Fnthcr and mother couldn't tell you. So I bad to. "Why couldn't your father nnd moth er tell mo?" "They didn't dnrc. Mr. Grlmshaw made them promise that they would not speak to you or to any of your fnmlly. I heard them say that you nnd your undo did right Father told mother that he never knew n man so honest ns your Uncle Penbody." Just then we ciunu upon tho Silent Woman sitting among tho dandelions 8YN0P8I3. la takan to s, llsyn-- CItAPTKIl and hla Aunt Dtel on a farm on llattleroad In a neighborhood called Lick. Itrspllt. about the year 1126. Ilarton meets Bally uunkelberr, about hla own aire, but oclally of a class above the Ilayneaea, and la fascinated by the pretty face nd fine clothes. "CHAITHIt meet Itovlnit Kate, known In the neighborhood as the "Silent Woman." Amoa Urlmshaw, young on of the richest man In the townahlp, la a visitor at the Ilaynea home, and Itovlnc Kate tella the fortunes of the two boya, predicting a bright future for liar ton and death on the callowa for Amoa. Ileproved for an act of boyUh mischief Ilarton runa away. Intending to make hla home with the Ihinkelberxs. lie rnel.cn the village of Canton and falla Into a Bleep of exhaustion on a porch. There he ta found by Rllaa Wright, Jr.. promt. In publlo afTnlra, who, knowing Jent man Ilayn'i, takra Ilarton home after buying him new clothes. rton II va I Ilarton Ilsynfs, orphan, with hla uncle, Peabody lost." "It's CTIArTEn and h's uncle and aunt vlalt Canton and hear ttllas Wright read a sermon. ITI-lH- rton Wright avlncea CHAPTKU much Interest In rtartnn, and nenda n l of book a and magaxlnea to the Ilaynee home. The election of 8llaa Wright to the United States eenate la announced. IV-Bl- laa hen CTTArrnn Itarton la twelvo Years old he becomes aware of the of a wonderful and myaterloua rower known aa "Money," and learns how, through hla possession of that won derful thing flrimihaw la the moit power, ful and greatly dreaded man In the com. munlty, moat of the pettlera being In hla debt. After a vlalt to the Itaynes homo llr, Wright leavra a note In a aealed envelope, which Ilarton la to read on tli tint night when he leavea home to at tend school, la aaked to CIIAITi:n drive a load to mill, arrlvea aafely, but In a enowstorru. unable to aee the road, the horaea get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Undo I'eabody manages to get together enough to satisfy Urlmshaw and obtain an extension. rton Ilarton accompanies "Mr. fear hired man, to the poatofltce Ihirrla." at Canton. On the way they meet a rider, and the three Journey together. They are held up by a man with a gun, who makes the hlghwayman'a demand of "Your money or your life." lurvls runa away, white the alrangrr drawa a plitol, but be- use It the robber ahoota and tore he can Ilarton'a honte throwa him him. and runa away. Aa the murderer bends over the atranger Ilarton throwa a atone which he obtervea wounds the thief, who off at once, but not until Ilarton Eakes that hla gun stock waa broken peculiar manner. Koarch of the neighborhood robber la unavailing and the atranger Is burled. for-th- CTIArTnri VH-N- ow In hla alxteenth niMTITl We Came Upon the Silent Woman Sitting Among the Dandelions by the Roadside. ! ton leavea home to CHAPTER attend Michael ltacket'a school. Amoa Urlmshaw Is arrested charged with the murder of the atranger. VHI-Bar- to aeeka CHAPTKIt bribe Ilarton to he silent about his on the road. The offer la SDurned. CHAPTnn of Pen drlm-shaaeek to kidnap Ilarton. or do worse, la warned by ' Silent Kate." and eslie capes. ele Peabody. Aunt CIIAITHR Deel and the nelghbora celebrated Christ Bias. "Old Kate" la ono of the party, w Xl-Un- nf rnllonlnif hoofs behind me. looked back nnd I saw Sally round- Ins the turn uy tno river nnu mmius toword mo at full speed, the mnno of her pony flying hack to her face. She pulled up beside mo Just ns I bud Imagined she would do. "Hart I huto somebody terribly," old she. "Whom?" "A man who la coming to our house on the stugo today. Granny Ilurnca Is Uylns to get up a mutch between us. Father nays bo Is rich and hopes ho pain. will want to marry me. I got mod "The bee hns stung you," I said. about It. Ho Is four years older Uian She covered her face with her handI urn. Isn't that awful? I am going to be Just ns mean and hateful to him as kerchief nnd mado no answer. "Walt a minute ril get some day," I can." "I guess they're only fooling you," I I snld as I rim to tho river hank. I found somo clay and moistened it said. "No, they mean It. I havo beard with the wuter nnd returned. "There, look nt mol" sho groaned. them talking It over. "Tho boo bit my nose-- " "Ho cannot marry you." Sho uncovered her face, now de"Why." recognition, her It seemed to mo that the tlmo bad formed almost beyond to one of great como for mo to speak out, und with nose havlnx swollen ' slzu und reduess. burning cheeks I said: "Tou look llkp Ilodnoy Harnes," I "Mccauso I think that God has maru luiigli ns 1 upplled tho clay ried you to me ulreudy. Do you re- suld with , when wo klssod eucb. other to her mulcted neso. member "And I feci like tho old boy. I think by the, wheat Held ono day last summy nose Is trying to Jump oft aud run mer." away." "Yes." Wo wero nearlng tho village Bho Wo bad faced about and wero walk-lu- g toward Cantou, I closo by the wiped the mud from her prodigious back nose nnd I wet her handkerchief In a pony's side. pool of water und helped her to wash 'Slay I kiss you again?" it. Soon wo tmw two men approaching stopped tho pony and leaned us In the rood. In a moment 1 obShu our lips met fa a kiss served tbut ono wus Mr. Horace Duntoword mo und the thought of which makes me lay kelberg; the other u strutiger nnd a down my pen and bow my head a mohuudsome young man he ment whllo I think with revereuco of vhs, about twenty-twyeara of age that puro, sweet spring of memory In and dressed In the height of fashion. whoso waters I lovo to wash my I remember so well his tall, uthletlc pint. figure, bU gray eyes, his small dark "I guess God has married us again," mustucho uud his admirable tnunuera. Doth were appalled ut tho look of I declared. "I knew that you wcro walking on Sully. "Why, trirt, what hns happened to tlits road and I bad to seo you," said she. "People have been Hying such you?" her futher asked. Then I saw what a playful soul was terrible things." Sally's. Tbo girl was a born uctress. "What?" "Itmin rldlnv In the. country," said trade fgnndUie "Tlisz say anil n 1 1 o Having notlitns to do one nftcrnoon, I walked out on tho roail toward Or denkburg for n look nt the woodi nna fields. Soon I thought that I heurd the by tho mndslde. Sho held a cup In her bnnd with some honey on Its bottom and covered with n pleco of glass. "Sho Is hunting bees," I said as we stopped bestdo her. Sho roso nnd patted my shoulder I with a smile nnd threw a kiss to Sally. Suddenly her fnco grew stern. Sho pointed toward tho vlllugo nnd then nt Snlly. I ''She means that thero Is somo danger nhend of you," I sold. Tho Silent Woman picked n long blade of grass nnd tipped Its end In j tho honey at tho bottom of the cup. Sho cume closo to Sally with the blade of grass between her thumb and linger. "She In fixing n chnnn." I mild. Sho Knitted nnd nodded as sho put a drop of honey on Sally's upper Up. Sho held up her hands while her lips moved as If sho wero blesulng us. "I suppose It will not save me If I brush It off." said Sally. We went on and In n moment a beo lighted on Uie honey. Nervously sho struck nt It and then cried out with "They say I run worth seeing," said Sally. "This Is my friend, Mr. Ilayncs. When you aro tired of seeing me, look Council of Four in Paris Has at him." Agreed on Most of the I shook tho bnnd he offered me. Peace Problems. "Of courso, wo can't all be good looking," Sally remarked with a sigh-a- s If her misfortune were permanent-M- r. nnd I Hornco Dunkelberg laughed heartily for I had told him In TREATY MAY BE READY SOON a whisper what hud happened to Sally while Mr. Latour looked a Ilttlo embarrassed. Hint That President Wilton Would "My face Is not beautiful, but they Withdraw Has Effect Soviet Govsay that I havo n good heart," Sally ernment Set Up In Oavarla Opassured tho stranger. posed by Peasants Allies They started on. I excused myself Forced to Evacuate and took n trail through Uie woods to Odessa. another road. Just there, with Sally waving her hand to me ns I stood for By EDWARD W. PICKAFID. n moment In tho ctlgo of tho woods, the curtain falls on this highly romanMost of the great problems confront-lu- g tic period of my life. the peace conference were settled Uncle Peabody enmo for mc that eve- Inst week by the "Rig Four" perhaps. ning. It was about tho mlddlo of tho That Is to suy. lit the close of the week next week that I received this letter they wero settled, but before this from Solly: readies the reader they may be all un"Dear Hart: Mr. Latour gave up settled again. Such has been the way nnd drove to Potsdam In the evening. of the peacemakers In tho pnst. HowSnld ho hod to meet Mr, Pnrlsh. I ever, If there Is not agreement on the think that he had seen enough of me. vltnl questions mighty soon, there Is I began to hope ho would stay he some reason to believe President was so good looking, but mother Is will withdraw from the deliberavery glad that ho went, nnd so am I, tions and come home. Ho startled the our minister told us that he Is one conference nnd the world by ordering for of tho wickedest young men In tho his transport, tho George Washington, stnte. Ho Is very rich and very bad, mode renily for another trip to Europe, they say. I wonder If old Koto knew and asking when It might be expected nbout htm. Her charm worked well papers deonyway didn't It? My nose was all there. Some of the Paris clared Mr. Wilson , wus ,thus trying to . right In tho morning. Sorry thnt I ' "'.' tl 'e can't meet you Saturday. Mother nnd r Jemniiih; 'c I arc packing up to go nwny for the . .. . . nndnn Mm tirAliM M t V nf llfmiMPSS (US' " summer. Don t forget me. I snail oe thinking overy day of those lovely agreement J optimists snld It meant the things you snld to me. I don't know treaty was nearly ready for submission what they will try to do with me, nnd to the Germans. The theory of the optimists was I don't enre. I really think ns you do, Hart, that God has married us to each borne out by dispatches into In the week stating thnt the Wk Four had other. agreed: Thnt Wllllnm Hohenzollern "Yours forever, and others responsible for breach of "SAI.T.T DUNKTCLBEHQ". treaty and of rules of wnr must stand How often I rend those words so probably lxfore a Helglnn court, like all tho careless words of tho trlnl. but thnt the death penalty should not young I be Imposed on the former kaiser; that France shall be given control of the CHAPTER XIH. mines of the Snnr valley, but shall not be permitted to annex nny of that ter e The Bolt Falls. rltory nnd that a commission sunn Throe times that winter I liad seen strikes by miners there; that Benjamin (Jrtmshnw followed by the Germany must make an Initial paySilent Woman clothed In rags nnd ment of $5,000,000,000 reparation In tKiIntlng with her finger. 1021, nfter which a commission shall The trlnl of Amos enme on. He had assess n yearly Indemnity. they used had "blood on his feet," ns i to sny, all tho way from LIckltyspHt The lthlne frontier, the ultimate dis to Lewis county In his flight, having position of Dnnzlg, the Italian claims cttnCked nnd slightly wounded two to Flume and the Dalmatian coast nnd men with a bowle knife who had tried somo lesser matters remained to be to detain him nt Itntny Lake. He bad settled nt the time these dispatches also shot nt an olllccr In tho vicinity were sent. Thnt ngreement on tnese of Lowvllle, where his arrest was efwns believed to be Imminent fected, no had been Identified by all questions Indicated by the fact that the commen, and so bis character as a wns these prepare for the signing of desperate man hud been established. mission totreaty nt Versailles was busy the peace This In connection with the senr on his making the necessary arrangements face nnd the tracks, which the boots occasion. Premier of Amos fitted, and the broken gun for that momentous Paderewskl urged before the council Mock convinced the Jury of his guilt. t of four thnt Poland should be given I remember well tho look of the Dnnzlg and tho coal fields of Teschen, vcnernblo Judge Cady ns ho pro- Silesia, but the belief wns that this nounced the sentence of death upon matter, as well as that of tho Ithlne-huiAmos Grlnishnw. A ray of sunlight would be settled In conformity Maiitlng through a window In Uie late with Mr. Wilson's 14 points, his absoupon his gracious counafternoon fell to which he again detenance, shining also, with the softer lute adherence course, would preclude clared ; that, of light of his spirit Slowly, solemnly, of enemy territory. kindly, he spoke Uio words of doom. the annexation How the Italian claims would be setIt wus bis wny of saying them that was no Intimation. first mado mc feel the dignity and tled there majesty of tho law. The kind and faAccording to reports, Mr. Lansing's therly tone of his voice put me In French mind of that suprcmest court which opposition to the Ilrltlsh nnd should Is above nil question and which was desire that the former kaiser be tried by an International trlbunnl matswiftly to enter Judgment In this resulted In the compromise plan stated ter and In others related to It . l .n n o rrl.A If vana snlfl. Slowly tho crowd moved out of the tt.nrn . . nr nn,v nf mornI lndct. roso Ilenjmiiln Grlmshaw courtroom. recourse to prosecution, rnd calmly whispered to his lawyer. mcnt without lack of an International owing to the He bad not ppoken to his son or covering the case. The Japanese f.cemed to notice him since the trial law supported this view. bad begun, nor did he now. Many had representative The reparations clntiso specifies that shed tears thnt day, but not he. Mr. their Grlmshaw never showed but one emo- the enemy countries must admit damtion thnt of anger. He was angry responsibility for all losses nnd now. His face was bard nnd stern. He age to allied nnd associated tuitions muttered ns ho walked out of the nnd their citizens duo to unjustifiable courtroom, his cane briskly beating the aggression; nlso that Germany Is to pay the expenses of tho commission floor. Tho Silent Woman as ragged ns ever wns waiting ou the steps. Out v rut her bony linger as ho came down. i Ho turned nnd struck at her with bis ciino und shouted In a shrill voice that rung out like u trumpet In his frenzy: "Go 'way from mo. Tako her awny,' somebody. I can't stan' It She's klllln' Wit-son .... " P''8" 111 reg-ulat- d, A man Imperialism, nnd will throw out Schetdemnnn, Ebert, Noskc, David and their press valets." Persistent efforts to Induce Germnn Austrin to go bolshevik were hnmpered by the dependence of the Austrlnns on the nltles for food, but Amsterdam dispatches said n soviet republic was proclaimed In Salzburg, whlrh Is near the llnvarlan border. In Vienna conditions became steadily worse and nets of violence Increased. A meeting of the solOwing to the Illness of President diers nnd workmen's council of Vienna Wllsnn during the rnrly part of the wns cnlled for April 11 for the puriose week, the commission on the league of nf discussing n soviet form of govern nation did not meet until Thursday ment evening. At thnt time the completed In Germnny thero wero continual draft of tho covenant, comprising 27 articles, was submitted There Is no outbreaks against the Ebert govern longer any doubt In Paris thnt tho ment, the greatest demonstrations beleague covenant will be n part of ing In Esen, Magdeburg nnd In the The Esthe pence irenty, and In this country former duchy of Itnmswlck. opposition seems to be losing some sen radicals brought about a strike of the the Krupp workers and seized tho of Its vehemence. plant, but were ousted by government It wns nnnouneed that the commis s of the sion bad adopted n section specifically troops, nfter which safeguarding the Monroe doctrine, nnd men went hnck to work. The Insurthat Geneva. Switzerland, had been se- gents of MnpU'buni nlso were routed by soldiers se' t by Minister nf Military lected as tho sent of the league of Affair Koske. From llrnnswtek enme reports of n strong movement In fa vor of n soviet government, nnd comAn Important nnd Interesting part munists of Saxony made n like of the treaty, which has been formucomlated, denls with water nnd rail munications In enemy stntcs. Freedom As had been anticipated, the nllles) of transportation through Germnnynnd were forced to evneunte Odessn. being Austria nnd equality of treatment Itr nttneked by nn overwhelming number ports and harbors nro provided. The of Ukrn'nlnn hoMievlki. 'This was reregulation of transportation over the nily n considerable triumph for I.enlno Rhine nnd Danube provides for the and Trotzky. for they coined control entrance of France, Switzerland nnd nf the most fertile regions of southern some nonpartisan states to the present Russln besides capturing large uppll"s Mannheim convention between Ger- of ensb. The nllled commander withmany ami Holland covering the navi- drew his troops., mitnherlng nbout 0. gation of the lthlne. to Constantinople nnd Roinnnn'n. controlThe European commission In North Russia lh- - soviet troops ling the mouths of tho Danube will be to be prcpnrlnc for n renewal continued, representatives of present of their offensive, despite their recent enemy states being excluded from It, vnln nnd costly attempts nga(nt the nnd n slmltnr International commission allied forces. Ilrltlsh will be established provisionally for nmt American engineers salted from the upper Danube. This will Inst until Enclnnd for Archangel, n new general Danube convention Is Decidedly unpleasant wns the admisestablished. sion by the wnr department that open A new International convention covmutiny was threatened recently by the ering the nnvlgntlon of the Elbe nnd American tnip In North Russia unIs recommended to protect less Washington Oder rivers speedily nnnouneed the Interests of Poland and CzechoIts policy ns to early withdrawal of of slovakia nml give them freedom the nnned forces In that region. Some navigation without discriminating du- nf the men flatly refused to go to front ties, down through German territory lino positions. The American soldiers to the North and P.altlc seas. These cannot understand why they nro cullstntcs would be further given free port ed nn to mnke war against Russians privileges nt certain north Germnn lmr-bo- when wnr has not been declared, and It In order thnt they may be enabled Is declnred this feeling Is shnred by to develop their export and Import the troops of other nationalities. Rev commerce. Rusresentatlves of the sians have repentedly said In this counIlolshevhtm made another big play try thnt they nsk only munitions and last week when n soviet government moral support from the nllles. nnd of Ilnvarlo was set up In Munich by hnve urged that all the armed forces the revolutionary central council. The of the latter be withdrawn from Russia landtag was dissolved nnd people's ns speedily ns possible. This nctlon commissions nppolnted. The Estlinnlaiis reported continued wns supported In Wurzburg nnd Untls- - successes against the bnlshevlkl. In cluding the capture of seven villages bon, hut throughout Bnvarla generally It wns violently opposed not only by and many prisoners. the bourgeoisie but also by the peasConditions In Roumanlannd Poland ants. The lntter hold control of the the nllles considerafood supply nnd declared they would nre causing refuse to deliver food while the soviet ble worry, for there, Is danger, government remained In power. The some feel, of a great bolshevlst bolsbevlsts prepared measures for the combination of Russians, Hungaricommunlzotlon of proper.ty nnd the ans nnd Germans thnt would crush forrantlon of n Red nrmy, while the those two countries. The nllled troops government they sought to replncc, re- that went from Odessa to Rnumanlu fusing, to retire, set Itself up In Bnm-bcr- will help some, but It wns felt thnt no Later In tho week the citizens time should be lost In getting General struck Holler's Polish divisions to Poland. nnd officials of Wurzfiurg against the soviet government nnd Marshal Foch arranged with the Gerousted Its agents after severe fighting. mans that those divisions might he The diet met In Hamburg and the min- transported by train ncross Germnny, isters said they regarded the situation nnd If necessary might be landed In with confidence nnd that outside help Danzig. In this compromise of the disto suppress the bolshcvlsts was not pute with the Huns over the East Prussian port. It Is felt by many that tho needed. The communist government of Hun- allies yielded too easily to Germany gary rejected the propositions made by and did not give due support to tho claims of Poland. In England Premier General Smuts for tho allies, concerning the neutral zone and other matters, Lloyd George was bitterly assailed for i with his Danzig policy. made nnd which Smuts returned to Paris. MeanFreakish weather worked havoc In while the Hungarian bolshevlsts were cheered by the news that Lenlne was the Southwest and West Inst week. In sending them 150,000 men. In nn Inter. north Texns. southern Oklnhomn nnd ccpted wireless messnge to Tchltcher- - Arknnsas there wns n terrific tornado ln, Russian foreign minister, Hela Kun, thai killed about one huudred persons. said : "We do not wnnt to use tho dic- Injured many more nnd destroyed tatorship of the Hungarian proletariat property worth millions of dollars. to take bourgeois chestnuts out of the Henvy snow In the Rocky mountain When tho stntes tied up the railroads and demorfire for tho bourgeoisie. German proletariat shall have power alized wire communication. two-thirds. d. g. counter-proposal- they will uso It for the benefit of Ger- w'l ""O me. Tako her nwny. Take her awny. Tnke her nwny." His fuco turned purple nnd then white. Ho reeled nnd fell headlong, like a tree severed from Its roots, and lay still on tho hard, stono pavement it seemed as If snow wero falling ou Ids fact It grew so white. Tho Silent Woman stood us still us he, pointing ut him with her fnger, her look unchanged. People came runulng toward us. I lifted the head of Mr. Grlmshaw and laid It on my knee. It felt llko tho bead of the stranger In llattleroad. Old Kato bent over and looked at tho eyelids of tho man which fluttered fulntly and were still. "Dead I" sho muttered. Then, ns If her work wcro finished, sho turned and mndo hor way through the crowd and Milked (Jowly down tho street. Men stood asldo to let her pass, as If they felt the power of hor spirit aud feared tho touch of her gar- last noted when I first saw. hex In tho Idlls. Itovln' Kuto wus tTiere In the clothes she bod worn Christmas day. She was greutly changed. Her hair was neatly ments. Two or threo men had run to tho "Qo 'Way From Me. Take Her Away." combed. Tho wild look hod left her eyes. She was like one whose back Is bouse of the nearest doctor. The crowd As I sat looking dowu at flTe seT eyes of Benjamin Grlmshavf relieved of a heavy burden. Her lips thickened. moved as sho scattered tittle red the dead faco In my lap, a lawyer who and said: o had como out of tho courtroom pressed "She floored blm at last I knew sho nquares of paper Into the grave. I of they thought It a crazy wblui me and bent over and looked at would. Do Jriejl jioJLlo see her, bat I near sup-pos- fell ye that Tiony Tild linger "o? Tiers burnt a hole In him. lie couldn't stand It. I knew he'd blow up some day under tho strain. Sho got him nt last" "Who got him?" another asked. "Rovln' Kate. Sho killed him pointing her finger nt him so." "She's got nn evil eye. Everybody's afraid o' tho crazy ol trollope." "Nonsense I She Isn't .half ns crazy ns the most of us," sold the lawyer. "In my opinion sho had n good reason for pointing her finger nt that man. She enmo from the same town he did over In Vermont Ye don't know what happened there." Tho crowd The doctor urrlved. made way for him. He knelt beside the still figure und made the tests. Ho rose und shook his head, saying: "It's all over. Let one o' these boys go dowu nnd bring the undertaker." llenjamln GrliuHhuw, tho richest man In the township, was dead, and I have yet to bear of nny mourners. Three days luter I sow his body low ered Into Its grave. Tho little, broken-spirite- d wife stood there with tho fcume sod smile on her face that I had fiera fliey wno saw her ao tr. thought that I understood the curious bit of symbolism and so did the schoolmaster, who stood beside me. Doubtless the pieces of paper numbered her curses. 'Tho scarlet sins of his youth are lying down with him In the dust," Hucket whispered ns we walked nway together. (END OF BOOK TWO.) t (Continued next week.) BANDING TOGETHER TO SPREAD GOSPEL Tenn. One hundred and Methodists Southern have signified their determination to pray for the success of the missionary work of the M. E. Church, South, and lor the spread of Christianity, throughout the world. These people have not only decided to do this, but have banded togother In a lunguo known as the Fellowship of Intercession, each signing a small card which it Is thought will make the cause for which they pray more definite (a the minds of the signers of the cards. Dr. S. A. Neblett, secretary of the Department of Intercession of the denomination, stated to a reportor that the way In which the prayer cards were coming In was an Inspiration From two thousand to five thousand of these are opened In the mall every morning, the number ot 140,000 representing the complete total up to date. Nashville, forty thousand Pass Four tub crrizui WITH THE CHURCHES - April 17, fOIO. . , Berea College Hospital Sun-Parlo- r, Hct Equipment and Service at l'rWate I.o-es- t Room, , Cot. Wn.l. for Men ami for Women. lratlu, Klectrlc Service. Special on ' Surgery, Oar in Child-birth- . .. GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE Reduction Suits, Capes and Come in anil visit nn eMaMliihmcnt, which l n friend in need, and In reach of all the people. Roiiicrt H. Cowley, M.I)., I'liTtlclan Harlan Dudlcy, Mrs. Anna PowftLi. Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Mrk. IIctKN Stkarn Siiarpr, R.N., Assistant M I)., Physician Dnioa Caarek Tho Sunday-schowith oil for nil at 0:45. Preaching service at 11 a.m. Eastor Special Music Special Scrvico Easier Sermon Tho Sunday-schoprogram will bo especially Interesting. ol ol I CHANGE IN RATES Resinning March t, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $t8 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. Ily Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College Dolmans This Week Getting ready for Summer Goods. at First Baptist Church at 0:45 a.m. Preaching service at 11 a.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening Sunday-school 7:30. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BBREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Tho B. Y. P. U. scrvico at 0:15. Wo cxtenil a hearty welcome to all to unite with us in theso serv ices. MADISON COUNTY MASS MEETING Supporting the Government the government by WE arc supporting the Federal Reserve in System, the backbone of the nation's banking organization. This enables us to do our share in assisting the government in handling its financial problems, and to extend to business and industry their proper measure of accommodation. EVA WALDEN Full lino of mid-summ- er Best Blacksmithing Scientific liorso shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop Main Street, north of The Citizen ad Office. L. & N. dress-maki- of hals, all shapes, colors,1 special salo on hat?. and prices. Sco them at Eva Wal reduction for next ten dcn's. ad. EDITOR OF COLLIER'S WEEKLY days at Eva Waldcn's. ad COMING Mrs. Laura Jones has gone to Be sure to hear Mark Sullivan, THREE BIG WAGON PARTIES Cincinnati to make purchases. former Edilor of Collier's Weekly, MONDAY Train Mrs. May littler, formorly May Two wagons loaded full of Col- - nt tho College Chapel, Fiday night. Train Baker, is ill at her homo on Chest lego boys and girls and one of Nor April 18, 7:30 p.m. Last number of 1:10 p. m Train No. 37 nut street. mal students went to tho mountains Lyceum Course. ... .. .. I 1. ...... f Monday for a day's outing. The A few settings of White Leghorn .'it C.llll.tnn litis ucuil illI ivllu l HQ oiiiiit.iu We sell liats nnd sell them right, Owsley Fork caves wero visited by the Peace Conference, and from rd. Mrs. Laura Jones. eggs for salo at 75c. for 15. College excursionists personal acquaintance with all tho ad.p-4- 1 F. M. Llvcngood. Mr. and Mr. Shelby Winkler great statesmen of the world, ho The lied Cross is open every Wed visited friends at Coylc, Sunday. will givo us tho greatest locturo on GRADED SCHOOL DEFEATS nesday afternoon from 1:30 lo 5:00 New work on the Boono Tavern " present world problems Berea has TRAINING SCHOOL in Hanson Hall. Workers are urged Garago is progressing steadily. Tho first team of tho Graded ever had a chance to hear. Come to come and also to take ewin, F. I,. Mooro is better, and hopes home. Training Prepared lo ask questions. School defeated tho lo be hack at work again, soon. Admission 15 cenls. Como early rSchool's first team in a gamo of Professor Gaylor of Ihc Minnesota (Adv.) Dr. A. G. Weidlcr of Berca filled Stalo Normal School of Winona, baseball Monday by a scoro of 1G ir you wanl a good seal. an appointment under the auspices Minn, visited the College this wco'j to 10. The Graded School did not of the Y. M. C. A. at Benham last Ho lectured in Upper Chapel Thurs use tho last inning and was scoring Sunday. steadily when tho game"' ended. day. Wm. E. Itix preached at Conway Public Sunday Dinners will bo dis Scout Master Miller gavo a new last Thursday evening. continued at the Davis Houso until baseball as a prize to tho winners Get your Easier dress in Notts" further notice. LAST LYCEUM NUMBER Mrs. N. E. Davis, Geargetlcs and Taffetas from $9.98 ad.-1- 2 April 18 Tho Parent Teachers' Associa up. This week at Eva Waldcn's. ad. Mark Sullivan, a former editor of of Aberdeen, Miss, High Miss Edna Early spent last week tion end in NichcJIasvillc visiting her S'chool has employed U. S. Wyatl, "Collier's Weekly," will speak in Jr., of Berca, Ky to servo as Ath tho Col lego Chapel, Friday night, sister, Mrs. C. C. Early. Mildred Mooro and Mablc Coyle flic Director for the remainder of April 18th, 7:30. Mr. Sullivan has been attending spent last week end in Richmond the year. In addition to his duties COME IN AND SEE THEM Peace Conference, and from .Mr. Bales look Mable Lewis, Clairo as instructor, ho will also servo a3 Hie with Iho Lecdy, Ella Mao Parker, and Una coach for tho school ball team dur. personal acnuaintanco great statesmen of tho world, will Gahbard on a motor trip lo Rich ing tho season. Mr. Jones is preparing for a big give tho greatest lecture on present mond last Sunday. Opening in her store, cor- world problems Berea has cvcr--l rho heart's blood of America May-Da- y didn't turn to water with the sign ner Chestnut and Parkway, May 1st. had a chance to hear. Mr. Sullivan styles and beautiful will answer questions. ins of Ihc armistice. Richmond Kentucky pattern hats from Cleveland nnd Cin .Mrs. Laura Jones was in Cincin BOONE TAVERN NOTES cinnati. Everybody cordially in nati Monday and Tuesday buyin Mrs. Porter left Monday for Asho- ad. new hats for Easter trade. ad, vited. NOTICE E. T. Fish and son motored to ville, N. C. Mrs. J. W. Van Winkle went to Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndoa Mr. and Mrs. Pcnnimaij havo been Will sell at public auction, May London to visit a neicc of her last Winchester Sunday. DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE 1st, at L. Si N. freight depot, Berca, Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Roberts, Miss stopping here. Sunday. Berea, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaylor of Win Bowcrsox, Miss Welsh and Mis Wonderful, indeed, are the New Ky, 3 boxes Lenox Soap, 5 cartons The Ilcv. S. II. Johnson of La Fo We are still In the Real Estalo Lenox Soap, 2 cartons wash letle, Tenn., preached both morning True took and extended motor trip ona, Minn., stayed hero wiiiio visn Hats at powder, from Proctor it Gamble. biisines". It is gelling late to sell and evening at the Baptist church Monday, visiting Danville, High ing tho College. Elmer Gahbard of Bowiington was Ivorydale, Ohio, consigned lo E. F. farms lo be delivered this season, Bridge, Nicholasville, and many Sunday. hero Thursday. Gcorgo Coal Co, account unclaimed. hut we have constant Inquiry from Be, sure lo get one of those pretty other places. parties wanting to come to Berea Thero wero several pcoplo from Signed, Latest skirls in silk poplins, taf white gaberdine wash skirls from this fall. Now is the time to Frcnchnurg hero last week. U. L. JAMES, agent, ad, fetas and wool poplins at Eva Wal 52.98 up, at Eva Walden's. . Ruth Annette Hardin of Rich Many of them just unpacked yes ad. L. Si N. railroad. your property if you want to sell it. Clyde Evans of Olive Hill, a grad- - dcn's. Come and list it with us, if we don't terday. Every hat idea that has Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Van Winklo mond canio over Saturday. lato of Jliq Academy in 1917, was n sell it it don't cost you anything. This week's book shows the namo appeared this season can be found announced tho birth of a daughter, visitor Sunday. See Mr. Dean at Uio 'bank when 'C. Claude Anderson, a former Be- Wilma Jean Van Winkle, on April of S. L. Ginler of Orlcan. N. Y. FOR SALE in some of them. Models and ma Ono complete saw mill, consisting you are in town, or ealeh llerndon rea student, visited here a few dayj 9th. Wilma Jean weighs eight and There was a party of four from terials are many Smart lisere ns no rovcs around. Wo still havo Richmond to tako supper Sunday. pounds. of a top saw rig and edger, ono last week. Mr. Anderson is Princi three-fourpokes, new sailor Oscar C. Wyatt returned from Tho members of tho party wero: turbans, clever 1"nPfP town property to olTer. pal of the Nicholas County High horso power boiler and a Aberdcon, Miss, Tuesday, whero he G L. Hume. I. L. Hume, Miss Shaklo-for- effec s. lovely transparent hats of pQWW cnginC( a ,n gQod comUo School at Somersville, W. Va. Respectfully, hair lace and tulle, large hats with ajso j 7.10rso power gasoline on- and Miss Greenlcaf. Buy your hat of Mrs. Laura Jones and hi9 father aro engaged in tho DEAN & HERNDON, elongated lines. They are trimmed gine. For particulars npply to She appreciates your trado. ad. Real Estato Business. Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. GREAT SPRING RALLY Miss Bertha King and her sister. T. J. TODD, with wings, ostrich feathers, col- I . .. Pnim. Imndrpil. nnil snvonlv-llv- o .. . Mrs. Jones, of Warren aro in town. Paint Lick, Ky. ored jruit and ilowers, and glycer UMU Canna Bulbs for salo at tho Col- - till! II3UIIIJ. nnn IIUIIUtl.it Utllt ,ne novelties in black and all the F. L. MOORE'S Economy Through Quality people request thrco Sunday-scho- ol lego Gardens 75 cents a dozen. AGENT WANTED snades. Alco Smith, a former Berca tu- - vour nrcsenco at Church and Profitable Town and College Agon. Somowhcro in KenBig dont, popularly known as cy open. Tennyson Trouscr Belt. discharged from tho tucky on Alec," has been Now, practical, Sees it, buys it. service and visited this wcftk in Bo FOR Sale wonderful sollcr. "Tennyson Belt.'' May 4, 1919 for Detroit lo rea. He soon leaves ad.- 311, Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. First Claw Repairing tako up again his work in tho Dodgo Reconstruction Days follow War "Except tho Lord build tho house, Brothers' plant. AND SALE F0R If wo havon't "it" in slock wo can Ihey labor In vain that build It." Ono set driving harness, good as EGGS FOR SALE Fine Line of Jewelry got it for you in your own stylo, Thcroforo. accept this manifold new. E. II. EAST. ad. Tho Berca Rhodo Island Poultry MAIN ST. color and measure, In suits, capo?, invitation I BEREA, KY. a to coats, waists, skirts and bats. Association is now nrciinrcu 1. Every-Da- y BUGGY FOR SALE furnish nunntitios of emrs for TAX SALE FOR SCHOOL Eva Walden. ad. Extra good Old Hickory Jiuggy batching. Tlicso eggs aro all from I, or somo ono for me, will on Miss Leona Webb who is in school Nettleton "Ardsley" Last at Rlcbmoml Stato Normal has been for sale, uau ior w. uuu, uarucn ,Kll cinsa nocks. which havo been Monday, May 5, 1919, or Olll'co, ad.-- it inspected and recommended by spending (ho short vacation be boing County Court day, between urben Poultry Remedy Laced Style. In Black or poultry specialists of tho Stato Col- tween terms in Beren with her tho hours of 10:00 a. m. and 2:00 p. np.Tplpa inyjDPQ SHETLAND PONY FOR SALE Dark Tan Russia Calfskin. A Uw ilroDi In tit. parents. in. In front of Iho court htfuso in Nice Shetland pony for salo. You lego of Agriculture tirlnklnsr wtr corn g T)C( Divisional secretaries aro: Mrs. Laura Jonos storo is being Richmond, sell tho following prop"The Ardsley" is one of the most nj prevmta wlilta aULF Dopot diarrhoea, cholera and other eblck William Carl Hunt, Berca. favored of the Xrtllrton master-last- s rebuilt nnd will bo ready and open erty to satisfy tho tax duo tho Bcroj may sco it at J. A. Oliver's, on ad.-4- 3. dlteaiet. Ona CJc. tottta raaVaa II in reproduced in a great street. nnd S. P. Caudill, Conway. ninny irilloct of nmilclna. flrt bottlt, ad. Graded School, of Berca, Ky- - for for business May 1st. priea ft 20, inakei SI vallona. At 8t)ks unci muteriiil. In the bIjovb Mrs. II. C. Coomcr, Speedwell. druirirttU, or tent by mall noftDald. Mrs. Martha Early and Mrs. Laura 1918. leathers It is luirticularly typical of the FOR SALE Dourtton Rarnady Co., Lolnijton, Ky. 2.09 Lillian Amhroso Xettleton idral of combining looks, Gahbard wore visiting In Nichnlas-vill- o Sold by Porter-MooTho J. Q. Scrivner property on comfort and Jong service ; thut Is, of Drug Co. to stimulate: youk FAITH. 4.07 at H10 first of the week. Lou Bohon KEAU tlfectiiiK economy through houso, good TO QUICKEN YOUK I'KAYKH-UFK- . Center Street. 1.75 Ycrnio Collins Just received several dozen of tho quality rather than price. well, nnd garden. Prico $1,200. For "i ruicn lie iNCUCDcn" IT &.IVL.L I Vnifal) 7.72 W. T. King latest creations in Georgetto Crcpo A Faithful lltcord of Rrmarlall and Nwly particulars sco E. A. Bender. 3.02 A. D. Logsdon Duchino and Voilo Waists. IMMulutl Atuwtrt lo llaytr M. Coyle & Co. INTHOUUCTION BY CIUUJII QULAUDLT TKUMBULL 4.07. R, M. Mooro Eva Walden. nd. About 18S suthntl and must loadable tcitimonUa POSTS FOR SALE LOCUST vaiUd aiAjiUw wnUf wmM 2.50 UMwtiia Nff WMUtlMlliwM MMCMiffl IMJumImI ( I kit W. T. PolT News has reached Berea from I IIHfUMI, All rat4 Berea, Kentucky All Sites GuVs Stewart Stanton, Kv, that Mr. and Mr. H.H Ut iwaary fU UUiJ '.. 3.10 kMl CkilauUa a.ue.M A itea tfail ef a JluauruaJ ituU. U fiartf Ucau yvvn For particulars call on or writo: A apur W tha aaaawnaaaMBl la tUafHina iimIii lama 29.07 aiUf, U. S. Wyatt Agent for S'HIHim Men's Shoe Harrison of that place nrn entertain aJ Cktlai. tb ' tt Ua4. Aa CkaaUto Bf taa la IvUmmwttaaaaaaaal A Baah to WorU's l lur.t NwWrtti aaA WM. HAYES, ing in thnlr homo a little son whoso L.A. WATKINS, raar aavNt, tOa; all ff It lafcaa tMa ara.?S HalBig Hill, Ky. TU UU biUllU CalpMUtt ku HI N. LaSalU Si Oiutt namq Is Phillip Burns Harrison. Tnx Collector, ad. TIME TABLE Train Train Train Northbound No. 31 3:38 a. m. No. 38 12:55 p. m. 1:58 p. m. No. 32 Southbound No. 31 12:40 a. m. No. 33 12:53 p. m. Am having All sold at a bargains at Eva Easter hats, and children's hals, Waldcn's. (ad open at Mrs. Laura Jones' storo for ad. Miss Anno Bickncll of Locust Enslcr. Como sco them. Misses Anna Hackney nnd Or.i Branch was in Berea Monday. Carpenter of the College department Mrs. Bennett Fowler has opened a spent last week at Ml. Sterling, establishment over the Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Englo aro a. Berca National Bank, and will bo homo again on Railroad street. assisted by the Misses While, who llavo just received a big shipment expert seamstresses. are summer You will find 101 ng hats, Jewish Relief Fund Sunday night al the Christian church at Boron. Doctor Greene, pastor of tho Bap tist church, Richmond, will preside at a mass meeting of tho citizens of llerea and vicinity at which the claims of tho Jewish war sufferers will be presented by nblo speakers from Louisvillo and Lexington. Readers' of The Citizen should ro- call the nppeal made in last week's issue. There should ho a largo attend ance. Iho meeting will be opened al 7:30 promptly. Berea National Bank I NEW SPRING GOODS HAVE ARRIVED Ladies' nifty suits, spring coats, capes, and all that goes to make up stylish ladies' apparel have just arrived. We are able to offer better bargains in these goods than has been I possible in a long time. B. E. BELUE CO. Mid-summ- er Easter Millinery Fish's . lit th d ... Sun-iove- iy day-scho- ol, Jewelry Store Wanted and For a Model t. OneBrop uril UitC I -1 raj' rs ctra-ordina- ry J. t , Pa iiniraMJifflir Fivt BOONE TAVERN "The most home.like gttorntng A RESURRECTION 4 BEGINS HOLY WEEK For Many Centuries Palm Sunday Has Been Day of Peculiar Significance. PUBLIC rs' SCHOOL NOTES anJ attractive hotel In Kentucky." FRAGMENT Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway hilli M10RNIN0 not oS dawn of life's little day. o quiclly ihrovidVd by night but tha breaking of an eternal sunlight over the eternal The Citizen A family Newspaper for all that li right true, ami miereitinf PublUhwl firry Thurxltr t llrrra. Ky. PUBLISHING CO. (Incorpof aidl WM. C. FROST. Fd.torJChUf ' BEREA Subscription Katet Ona Sl Montht Vrr I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE ,. . 11.90 Thrw Monlhi ruur nam on labrl howi to what data four ulwrrlptlon la paid. If It la not change within thrr wreai ftr renewal aoilfr cni luunpi.aflvr Tha data nr P. nr.-- - unr... Snd money bt Order. Draft, ItmLttrrd letter, or onr and two Iliialnt numbera will be (ladlr auppllej If wt are noUAod. Liberal terma firm to an wha obtain new aub- Kripuoaa lor ua. Any ona eendlnc ua four yearly ubaerlpllona can reclre Tha Cltlien free tot on year. Adrertltl l ratea on application. a a. c speculative or doubtful stocks and securities farmers' convention at Narrow Gap periods of work. Tlio work done what a time finding of Oet his name! dear. 7a ...... luring (lie berry season will apply AH.and desired andof ben I For all isthat IsResur- The palms used In the procession of Monday night. it the Particularly If he tries to exthe dny nre tnlrn home by the faith Robert Spencc, our hustling farm It ti fit. aa Aaaa.af." on I he Badges nnd Service Bar. All rection Dawn, the stone is rolled away, the gates ful nnd tiHed ns a fr change his securities for your Libsacramental. They demonstrator, spoke at chapel Wed fiung ud the boundfy ' e""d 38i 0. ivi iit veil mnlters of wages will bo between f" erty Bonds nre preserved In prominent places In The Mn had died on the crots, miGET HIS NAME1 iMiys ami i.iagcu ami uoving the houses, burns or even In the fields, nesday morning. And they laid him In the tomb; THE MORNING HAS BROKEN I Tho yellow flags have all been Get not only his name, nnd adton; tho Boys' Working Reserve and and thrown Into the fire during storms. ThJf. Lwlne Stone in the itone. dress if possible, but get all the The Rock In the n From the blessed pitltns are procured taken down from the houses on the Stale Y.M.OA. merely supcrvlso room; They left him alone with Death, "literature" be has. Then send It Boone street and tho children aro the nshes for use on Ash Wednesday. the camp. And icaled the atone at the all to Where palms cannot be secured beginning to return to their places They made the aepulchre aure. door: Tho camp al all times will bThe Federal Trade Commission, brnnches of olive, box elder, spruce or in school. And aet their watch before. under the personal supervision ofl Washington, D. C. other trees nre used. In Borne olive Look out for the report cards for "Leat hla frienda ehould ateal him high grade camp loaders. It will branches nro distributed to the peo- the children neYt. uronk Tlin nnrl away, be located in n beautiful grove, high ple, while the clergy carry palms fre1D eacnu f.raao mission act AndMy that he rose," they said. quently dried and twisted Into various month is the last chanco lo correct provides a and dry. The boys will bo provided a fine or Impria- a1 LlfeLe,caped from Death, shnpes. In parts of Unvnria large poor grades Keep an eye out for onnient for thoso'who fal, to with tents free of charge nnd will or And the God-maroie from the eat swamp willows, with their catkins, UIUSU ItUll r S. whn ffilaalv ronnrt in aaa j vviuuiioiliuui a v iu timmDBM in their own mess, provided by dead. nnd ornnmented with flowers and ribThe Investigation is being speeded up The skeptical mlnda of men ihelr own cooks, for which they bons, were used. Still think the aepulchre aure. to protect tho coming issue, tho Vic- will pay a low cost price. Tho boys But Chritt had aald, "I will ariie," Hecnuse every great feast at this STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TELLS tory Liberty Loan. must also pay their railroad fare And the counacla of God endure. time wns In some way a remembrance HOW TO PREVENT INFLUENZA . Efforts of the government to check from their homo town to and from of the resurrection of Christ and was tno swindles being perpetrated by the AND PNEUMONIA Still hla dliciplea go In consequence Bowling Green. Daily Inspection of called Paschn, the stock promoter Tbnso who nm nronerlw innmi. suave, To carry the wondroua word: Spanish term pnscua floridn had Its aled rarely develop the boys in this camp, as lo their he Lord la rlien Indeedl eBeci m pneumonia, and ?f.V origin. Thus It wns that In 1512 the We know, we have teen and heard." health, will be a feature. A An.' ...w, ..... uu uuaLiia behind nklrtu uui. mi t,ol Wnmon nro state of Florida, which wns settled by And the tomb men think ao aure, " swimming pool for the boys of this r " mo With the aeal of their acorn on the icu iruiu ii.!- - uiseaso in ii.- - employed, elderly-lookinuiis the Spanlnrds, Indirectly received Its i women with camp only will be personal'v superdoor, inoculated, maternal ways which aro calculated to already name. aaaaaaaaaaV ' aVTaCiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Tha place where the Lord once lay, vised by the directors. Free musiMaterial for inoculation is furnWied disarm suspicion. la cal programs, baseball, lennis atil The Iatest warning from tho Treas free bv tho Stale Board of Health. TWENTY-FIFT- H ANNIVERSARY Sunday School TImea. other sports will bo enjoyed. Sunon In vnup ilrwlnp nnrl ho nnniilnlml.t ury Department. Is. .,T"- iTho Twenty-fift- h Anniversary of day will be a day of rest, with Biblo tho beginning of the Sunday School If you nre not able to pay for the r talks anil classes. Inspirational SCHOOLS vs. JAIL IN LOUISIANA al Narrow Gap was celebrated Sun- service, go to your Health Ofllcer 8Calper dlsarm your susp,clon. No tramps for those who wish. A reoutablo stock sales nerson win t PARISH day by holding an all-dmeeting. and have it done without cost. special (rip to Mammoth Cave is be Avoid visiting the sick, especially to trade for your Liberty Bonds. Hold DR. R. E. BARTLETT In the morning Doctor Raymond and ing arranged. Write Georgo K if they havo colds or sore throats, your bonds! All Louisiana is waking up to Hie Stephens, Slalo Director. U. S. Boys' Tho Robinson Hospital is con- Brother Pcnnlman spoke lo a largo. It. is frequently difficult even for a moral and economic gain of belter Working Reserve. 315 Y.M.OA. Build. gratulating itself on having secured congregation. At ono o'clock neigh dector to tell a bad cold from mild education for negroes. Ono straw ii.g, Louisville, Ky. the services of Dr. II. E. Barllelt of bors and friends gathered around influenza. Pneumonia, in nearly are cxpecled to gather from tho in tlio wind Is a recent editorial in Massachusetts. Doctor Bartlelt's tables that were bountifully spread every case, is following neglected surrounding territory to witness tho with good things lo cat. Tho hour tlio SI. Landry Clarion, commentin METHODISTS TO HELP SCHOOLS specialty is obstetrics and diseases spent around tho tabic satisfying mild influenza. If you take cold, uarmg "air raids ' that will bo mado. on the fact that tlio jail of Hint A number of captured German With the itlea that education muxt of children. Tho doctor is now in the physical need and renewing go homo for safety of tho commu- parish has not bad a singlo negro in precede intelligent religious con- Berea and on duty. room by Fokker planes captured by Gen. acquaintance with old friends and nity. to a it. Explaining tlio chnngo from tlio viction, the Methodist Episcopal Doctor Bartlett had his preparayourself for the safety of your fam- - Pershing's men, in addition to tho old order of things, when tlio jail Church, South, has decided on a tory work in tho Moody school, then making new friends was certainly ily, and to your bed for your own American planes constructed dur- an enjoyable time. At two p. m. the had. always "from a half dozen to a program for helping tho mountain rollege, later graduating in medicine safety. Send for your doctor, but ing tlio war, will bo used in tho half hundred" black inmates, tlio population in the Southern Slates from Vanderbilt University, Nash- afternoon servico began with a if you aro unable to get him, take air battles. rousing song service in which all paper says: which will include schools rather ville, Tcnn. took part followed by devotional a dose of castor oil, drink wator Upon graduation ho accepted an servico and singing by tho male freely, nnd cat soups, eggs and other "St. Landry's colored population, thnn churches. Fifty thousand dolTerms of the Victory Liberty .. -n i..At.l compared with other sections of lars will bo expended on twclvo nppointment M Sloan's Maternity (itiartetto from Berea College. The sen, r .i suueu to msiu. avuiu j,oan were announced ny sccreta-- y toon, the South, is head and shoulders schools already established, this HospiLal, New York, serving in its speakers wcro Professor Lewis who whiskey. It neither prevents nor Glass. They aro: Amount, $4,500- ,above them nil. The lawlessness money going into new buildings and various departments and ns a mem- - snoko on tllQ Sumiav school, and curcs InHucnza. Stay In bed until 000,000, overscriptions to be rejected. per cent for partially nnro rampant has almost disappear- better cmiipmcnt. In addition to her of tho staff. J.aler ho servcdMiS3 FoXi giving a bricf history of the cold is well, and if you stay by Interest, 4 yourself, tho chances aro you will ax oxemnt notes, convertible into ed. Tho raco in SL Landry hns this sum, teachers will be supplied periods in tho fnmous Hudson tho work of twenty-flv- o years. uo 3 dropped out of tho criminal class to meet tho increased size of the Street Hospital and in the New York ,,er Cent notes wholly lax ox- F.very ono atlending theso services not develop pneumonia. If you Hospital nnd gono to work lo hew for Itself schools. went away with Urn feeling that tho theso things and Iiavo Dcon inocu- - 0mnt. Maturity, four vcars. with After his serving in New York Sunday School is an organization lcted, you are practically certain u,0 Treasury reserving tho privilege a place In tho lino of industry nnd Mountain districts which will rot to develop pneumonia. Cover 0f redeeming tho notes in thrco enlightenment. the benefit of the broadly he returned to Nashville- - and ac worth while in any community. Within tho past your nose and mouth with your years ten or II f teen yenrs, tho colored philanthropic work of tho Methodist eepted an appointment ns physician when sneezing or handkerchief peoplo have progressed wonderfully Church nro ns follows; Ferrum. Va.; to tlio Florence Crittenden Home, GET READY FOR THE G. A. R. ,, in emerging from tho tolls of illit- Flat Rock, Ala.; Morrisvillo, Tcnn.. Whilo holding tliis appointment ho One of tho great events in tho lifo cougning, ami persuuuu uiucrs m KENTUCKY NEWS eracy. Thoir schools nnd churches Columbia. Ky.; Wnleska, Ga.; Ruth worked in tlio clinics of his Alma of Berea will bo the Kentucky En- do so. uon'l go wncro crowns arc, (continued rrom Pan one) Subscriptions totaling $7,445 were hnvo undoubtedly had much to do erford College, NrC; Painlsville, Ky.; Mater. campment of tho Grand Army of the and if you find yourself whero Later Doctor Bartlett went lo Republic, to bo held hero from May someono is sneezing or coughing, received within a few hours' at lmbotlen, Ark.; Young Harris, Ga.; with this great change for tho Oklahoma where ho did a lnrgo and It to 10. This interesting gathering leavo immediately. headquarters of tho Board of Trade, Weaverville, N. C. 111 lucrative- - practico which ho aban i.s pretty suro never to bo held here Louisville, by tho board's Slate doned to accept the superintendency again. In last week's Citizen wo Development Committee, headed by UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued rrom Pa0e one) JmJgo Robert W. Bingham, for the of the school and hospifal at Gray tried to lead the peoplo lo decoralo . Hnwk, Ky. From Gray Hnwk ho their houses anil yards for tho oc porU 103 vessels rodo nt anchor ?25,000 fund which it is proposed comes here. in tho North Iliver and almost im- - to use for carrying on State devcl- casion with "flngs nnd bunting, Doctor Bartlett's present family Hint last word unfortunately got mediately started launches slioro- - opment work through a series of consists of his wife and two daugh- printed "painting." Won't ovcry ward with tho first contingents of meetings and through other means ters. Ho hns ono son serving in citizen do something tQ decoralo? olllcers and men on leave. m sixty counties of tho State, Franco with' Iho Harvard Medical Another way to get ready for the Having beaten a woman to death Unit and another son, n graduate Encampment is to tnako all plans With a regimental record of tho Have you ever called on us? If not, it will be to of tho Vocational department of to attend tho great open meetings rapturo of 11,000 Austrinns, tho van- - with tho butt of a shotgun, burned Berea College, who Is now with tho of tho Encampment. Theso will bo guard of tho 332d Infantry, tlio only I tlio dwellings nnd storehouses of your advantage, for our prices are extremely low in Slnlo Poultry Experiment Stntinn in tho Chapel, Wednesday night, American unit to seo servico on the live tobacco growers in Crittenden accordance with the quality of material that we carry. nt Lexington, Ky. stabbed a May 11. and Thursday night, May Kalian front, landed in New iork, counly and seriously Doctor Bartlett Is well nnd favor 15. Further announcements later, April 14. The detachment com- - Deputy Sheriff, Thomas Bugg, a Our contracting business never fails to please our forty-sevolllcers anu young farmer, is held lo Jail at ably known lo Doctor Cowloy nnd Any who would Hko to cntcrlain prised it an active Christian, having been 0. A. R. or Woman's Relief Corps 1,591 men, under tho command of Marion, K awaiting an inquest in- Wc finish our contracts on time, and customers. Wallace, son of n to his sanity. nssocialed ns nn executlvo with Iho visitors either as guests or on Col. William when'the job is completed there are not a lot of unY. M. G. A. work for fifteen years. terms, inform Prof. L. V, former Governor of Indiana and a reasonable heard of extras charged to your account. nephew of Gen. Lew Wallace. Frankfort, Ky, April 15 Tho work Dodge, chairman of arrangements. of taking the school census of tho MORE ABOUT THE WAR TROPHIES One of the great Hying circuses, Slate is now in progress, tho law If you contemplate building a home or barn we WORLD NEWS Among tho war trophies in Fish's composed of Iho herolo flyers 'lint providing that tho census must bo (Contlnuad from Fag One) would appreciate the privilege of furnishing you an French, taken during tho month of April. Millinery window there la a U. S. slale3 havjn(; ulo.8ynn)auiy hnvo been developed In tho estimate on material and workmanship. We are at methods of cruelly and British, and American forces dur- Tho department of education csti- with tho ing tho war, is to visit tho cities of mates thntl tho total census for 1919 Hiiro neriiiiiiis. mu uiiyuuub wus otiiiiiuest your service and will appreciate your business. ' pulled out of a dond Bocho ns ho Iho FJghth Federal Rcservo District, will-b. 018,092, which will bo an lay by tho side of tho road whoro this month, and put on sham battles increase of 310 over last year. ome Frenchman had killed him. Will Not Include Bavaria. in tho nir and do for Iho peoplo tlio Basle, April 12. The allies havo no- - dilllcull stunts learned In tho no- Tho shoulder strop with tho flguro Frankfort. Forest fires havo been flvo on It was cut off tho shoulder tlfied tho Oerman governraeut that Bn. doing considerable damago In East- "slty of war. or a Gocrman sniper whom Lieu- - varla will notbe Included In the penco Tho great squadron for this dls- - era Kentucky and tho situation, tenant Walker silenced. Tho coins lre1ty; 2 d,l8I,u,t1ch J"" Stuttsart re- - trict begins its exhibitions at duo to dry weather, is threatening, Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot ported. ..ro a collect ion of tho moneys of , rvgM 0 vlrtu'a, recOKnltlonuof Memphis, April 12, then goes ni in tho opinion of J. E. Barton. Coin- Berea, Kentucky x many countries. Iho malch box tno independence of BavurlH, though Little Rock, April 13; St. Louis, mlssloner of Forestry and Goology. and somo other trinkols wcro taken cot nccetoutrlly of the new soviet gov- - pril II, nnd Loulsvillo. April 23. Ho has reports on fires In Clay, Clin- off German prisoners. eminent. At each placo thousands of peoplo ton, Leslie and Rowan. THE SEPULCHRE By Ann! Johneon Flint third Ja, Ae an. r.e ai...5 an ovefwhelming difference to the AI.M SUNDAY la the nnme heart which hold, the riitn Chritt betweerl usually given to the sixth nnd the patting day and the everlatting Morrow I Inst Sunday In Lent nnd the Today heavy ihadowi falling of myttcry and beginning of holy week, nfter sorrow tomorrow all gloom ditpelled'by the the custom of blessing brnnches of Ight that ihinei from that once marred visage. the pnltn tree or, of other trees substiToday heavinen of ditaepointment or obscurity WORK AND TUN FOR KENTUCKY of ignorance tomorrow, nothing between, no tuted In those countries In which the cloud no time intervening, but face to face with pnlm ennnot be procured, nnd of carry. BOYS Jrtus, Jrtui who came. Jemi who lived Jetui Ing the blessed brunches In nroces- Kenturky'8 far-fam- ed slrawborry who suffered Jetui who died Jetui who rote slon In cominemorntlon of Christ's nop will bo a ono this year, in gloriout reiurrectioa triumphal entry Into Jerusalem. nccordlng to repdrls from Bowling jAOW the haied and Indistinct view then Palms nnd brunches of the pnlm .the vition of perfect light I Now the tumult Green. Ton thousand pickers are were ued In this historic entry beand the wife then the ten and life eternal I cause lo ho in Iho Holds of Warren County Now the weeping the pnlm was then regarded as and the liehi then the sons alonn. Tlio U. S. Boys' Working and the tearleti eyet I Now our dear onti an emblem of victory and the carrying Reserve and tlio Stale Y.M.C.A. will dying then no more parting I Now the watrri and wuvlrig of Its branches was em- then more cooperate in running n Camp for dividing farewel- no then the tea I Now tha open bletnatlc of success and In honor of grave'i lroynlty, returrection greeting enlticky boys on tlio Clngett' nnd Now the night windi chilling and Inllina then The tlnto of the first observance of die morning lifting and brightening I Morning t.ovingum farm, a milo end n qunr- on the mountains I Morning on the plains I Pnlm Sunday Is uncertain. In the I tor from Bowling Green. The camp Morning with an eternity In Greek church It wns apparently obill Morning served ns early ns the fourth century. morning i "in upeii uir mo norry-picKi- ng In the middle nges the pnlm, worn season nbout May 10. At the close QH, the transforming touch of that hour I Only intelligence irradiated bv contact with iKe ns n tlecorntlon, denoted that the perof the berry season, which lasls nbotil lliree weeks, llio two agendo skies could give us to recognize our heaviest son no adorned had made the pil when it crown us there. .Misses Bow es. Renin. nml will run tlio camp for general fnrm crots, find our comes to they will greet usWe grimage to tlie Holy Land. shall failures ; In some countries people made use Huff spent at the week end at fh.t work, for boys who nro enrolldd in triumphs. We shall find our bereavements; they of figures of Christ on an nss, the lleserve. In addition lo good will meet us as reunions. We shall finrlAur carved out of wood, seated were car tlllw.nln. n T. . ...i,if..u. mi miriiuiiu ..fit inn, ml ino which loss forgotten In wages, the boys will rccclvo tlio our ruoqen struggleseternal gain. We shall find rled In religious processions nnd even inspiration of the trip is still vis up In open vie swallowed Bronze Badges nnd tlio Honorablo tory. We shall find out hidden tears forming brought Into the church. In other iblc. Mrs. Muncy and Miss Eliotl at Service Har, nwarded by tlio United diadem gems. We shall find the complete ful- countries It wns the custom to strew fillment Stales Government, for various reward of every promise and the exceeding greal flowers nnd green boughs In church tended an Important session of a of all our faith. yards. flJHAT P hi ' There wns a packed auditorium al the Parent-TeacheAssociation Inst Friday. A unique lesson In history drew mo3l of the crowd. Miss lluir nnd Mrs. Clark showed the audience somo phases of their school work In "Who Killed Cock Robin?" It wns splendid. Tho community social at tho Public School building Friday night wns enjoyed by nbout ono hundred end flfly young people. Tho School Board Saturday night at Ihelr regular meeting elected nil the old teachers lo succeed themselves for next year. The Progress Club lias ordered new shades for tho auditorium, Mrs. Muncy's room nnd tho rest room. The Clio Club hns completed nr. rangemenls for a free physical ex nminatfnn for the children of tho public school. This will bo worth more than money can express lo numu cninircrr. Our Baso Ball Nino is much elated by Us victory over the Training cnnoi iNino last Monday. fJ. S. TRADE COMMISSION PROBES MANY LIBERTY BOND SWINDLING GASES TREASURY AND CAPITAL ISSUES COMMITTEE SUBMIT DATA-FAK- ERS EMPLOY WOMEN. UMEROUS cases of operafraudulent tions by stock promoters who aro al- leged to bo swindling Liberty Dond owners are beforo Comiulsglon at Washington for InveaU- gation. Tho commission Is having dally hearings at which testimony Is being offered by thoso who have been the Federal Traln vIctndzcd or their representatives and tho coranldon has invited anyone ha" such ,nfonnatlon to Bcnd u T nnn rr, "ral icsiiniony consiacrca was ..- a list of mmniin. Treasury DeDnrtment and th Canibvl issues Committee. Other data which ,s " fo given tho investlcators has Decn .... ... ni Gathered by commercial Inter-- I OStS, Be When someono tries to sell you a Sleuth! "" "'' - rock-hew- n well-dresse- d t.f"..?..11,5. g i- -.i half-milli- on empty-forevermor- e. f. 'TJTZ " ay ed 1 a 1 ve 1 1 We Are On The Job en 7UU7 I STEPHENS & MUNCY I Pago Six April 17, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator NARROW GAP FARMERS' SCHOOL NIGHT SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science TWENTY-riV- E thirty cents would amount to ninety Tho Farmers' Night School al. Narrow Gap was well ntlcndcd 1st Door Vocational Schools throughout tho entiro week. There power, combined with Training that adds to your money-earniJ In attendance. wcro 328 general education. Tho program was carried out asi TOR TOONO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printarranged with tho exception of Fri-- j ing, Commerce and Telegraphy, day night when It rained so heavily. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, that it was impossible for tho peoNursing, Stenography and Typewriting. ple to get out. The specialists from Iho Slnlc College of Agriculture1, 2nd Door Foundation School Lexington, wcro all present anil General Education for thoie Hot far advanced, combined with tome conducted very Interesting discusvocational training. No matter what your present advancement, sions except Professor Roberts who we can put you with other llko yourself and give chance for vns unable to attend. All the KEEP UP PREPARATION most rapid improvement. specialists from Berea College atA first class seed bed for corn or tended and conducted interesting tobacco is about half the cultivation 3rd Door English Academy Coarse discussions and demoslrations. necessary. Perhaps it means more For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going An agricultural club of boys and girls was organized and sot to work. thnir half cultivation because tho thru Collego and desire more general education. It also gives cultivation of a crop after it begins the best general education for thoso who wish a good start la A large number of Berca workers, study and expect to carry it on by themselves. attended to grow depends very largely upon and teachers students Night School and as- tho condition tho soil is in when this Farmers' tho seed goes into tho soil. sisted in many ways. 4th Door Normal School Nothing will pay bigger dividends Fox, the community leader, Miss This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. harcqrtainly deserves much praise and than tho constant use of a disc soil Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the the honor for her efforts to make this row both beforo and after summer and fall and attend seliool through tho winter and spring, a sharp meeting a success. Her work shows is broken. A good team and thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. disk harrow will do more toward results and n greater work is yet to Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." is usually good crop than come. Miss Fox is a natural com- insuring a understood. When the surface of munity leader. Academy Course the soil is thoroughly pulverized 5th Door Tho week closed on Sunday with willi a disk harrow before it is this is mo straight road to College best training in Mathematics, tho celebration of the 25th anniverScience, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The to settle sary of the Sunday School. There plowed, it allows tho dirt tho sub Academy is now Berea's largest department perfectly into place against wero moro than 200 people in attendSpeechc soil thus allowing tho moisture to ance at. this meeting. 6th Door easily. College along the lino of Sunday School, rise This is the crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard church, community, social and agriJM COMING TO U. S courses in alt advanced subjects. cultural work wcro made. A bountiful dinner was served by tho comA Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For Everybody left at four munity. twenty-flv- o years the board has remained tho same in Berea, but the o'clock fooling inspired by tho inunusual situation in which the wholo country finds Itself now makes spirational addresses and good dinit impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past conls. Listen to mc. Can't folks sco a mito beyond their noses? Thoso hens should havo been kept until summer. Hy that limo thoy would havo paid thoir feed hill of last winter and then the poor layers could havo been picked out and sent to I lie slaughter. "Surely, tho good woman who 'killed tho goose that laid tho golden eggs' did not havo anything at all mi tho women who arc selling laying hens this spring." PEOPLE CENT DINNERS By Lillian Harlow (Continued from Last WVok.) Menu No. 3 Creamed Brains in Potato Nests SVallopcd Tomatoes Apricot Tapioca Willi Monk Cream Sauco Broad and Butter (substitute) ColTeo Berea's . Berea's Berea's Again our gastronomic interest is You aro not skeplloal now about "if It can be done" Hero aro the proof' compiled from nctinl chopping records: Dinner No. a. Creamed Brains (i pair brains and 1 pint rich, white sauco) .$0.38 Pctnlo Nesls (3 cups mashed 10 potatoes) Brussels Sprouts (I quart box) .15 Apricot Tapioca (V lb. apricots, Mi cup sugar. 3 tablespoons tapioca, 3 cups water) Mock Cream Sauco (Kvapnratcd milk, 1 teaspoon gelatine, 2 .23 teaspoons water. Ilavor) Coffee (I cups, milk and sugar) .01 Bread and butter or oleomargarine- (Vt loaf 2 ounces).. .10 nrniiM'd. 3 Berea's Preparatory Total cost $1.00 Beef, calf, or lamb's brnlns may bo used for tho moat dish of this dinner. Beof brains nre larger and cost the sano as calf. I.amli brains cost lost, hut ore much smaller. If the brains are properly cooked and served It is very hard to tell them from the aristocratic swoolbeads which cost nearly three limes' as much. What the unprogrosslvo housewife is prone to discard as "orpin" t lie home maker welThoy comes as meat offer more eillblo material per pound than tho meat itself, aro quite inexpensive ami deserve to bo more largely used by housekeepers. This will como with a .wider knowleilgo of nutritive values, for it is folly to lei mero prejudioo govern our choice of foods. Creamed Brains in Potato Nests One pnir calf brains; 2 cups medium white sauce; 1 teaspoon celery salt; Vj teaspoon paprika; Vi teaspoon salt; fow drops Worcestershire sauce; 3 cups mashed potatoo. Wash brains ami removo skin and veins. Soak in cold salt water 20 minutes. Drain, cover with boiling water and simmer 30 minutes. Dram and cool. When, cold, cut in cubw, mix willi white sauce, add seasonings and heat to boiling point. A pleasant dessert finishes this Any dried fruit snaked dinner. slewed, sweetened night, over slightly, and thickened with tapioca makes n delicious, inexpensive dessert. If sorveu with a custard or cream sauce, the food value of tho dish is increased. Apricot Tapioca pound apricots; 2 cups cold water; 2 tablespoons min-ul- n 1 teaspoon lemon tapioca; juice; Vi cup sugar. Soak apricots over night in two cups cold water. In morning heat slowly to boiling point, add sugar, and simmer until tender. Ilemovj apricots from pan and place in disk Add water lojuico to mako 114 cups, add tapioca and cook until clear. Pour over apricots and chill. Servo with Mock Whip Cream Sauce One small can evaporated milk; teaspoon gelatine; Vi teaspoon tablespoon boiling water; vanilla; 1 tablespoon sugar. Soak gelatine in two teaspoons cold water for live minutes. Dissolve in boiling water, add to milk. Beat for a minute and chill. Then beat until thick enough to serve. Add vanilla and sugar. One-quarl- er 1 1 Berea ner. Dig Hill is certainly showing a great interest in the progressive. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: movements of 1010. Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND bCIIOOLS FOUNDATION GET THESE RIGHT NOW The busy farmer has very little ti'iie right now forrcading. However, there arc limes even when farm work pushes hardest when a bulletin is as handy as can bo because some questions must be answered at once. The College of Agriculture has lately issued several .bulletins, which ought to bo in ovcry farmer's home for ready reference. Here is a list of them with just a suggestion of what they con-lain: Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 20, 1910 ... Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. Total for Term Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 5.00 11.25 21.25 11.25 AVI) NORMAL $ COO $ 7.00 5.00 11.25 22.25 5.00 113 2325 ii3 $33.50. 3 0.00 113 $3450 $ 7.00 y '$32.50 Expenses for Girls $ 5.00 5.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 5.00 10.00' Applicants must bring or t end a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This msy bi Live 8tock. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli Cattle Shippers $13.50010, choice teacher or neighbor. The use ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. $12.50014, common to fair $"11.50, For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, DON'T SELL HENS heifers, extra $13014, good to Tho following letter written by choice $11,508)13, common to fair MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. $7?10.50, cows, extra $ll12.50, good ono of tho poultry experts in tho to choice $8.50010, common to fair field for tho Collego of Agriculture FOUND IT HARD TO ANSWER If ho wishes to have a discussion bu U so timely that tho county agent Advice With Exception!. must come hluiKcIf to see me. I dit Is reproducing it hero in full for the "Take the first Job thut offers. Do Mltslonary Must Have Been Some- not talk to Indiums." roadors of tho paper: It with all your might. Your worth what Staggered by Keen Loglo That wus all the general got, nnd ho "The other day I saw a woman will soon bo recognized by your emof Kafir Chief. had to be content. drivo into a small town with a crate ployer, who will reward you with n The Knllr shirts life at tho point full of hens for sale. Their beau- 'raise' and with his daughter's hand, Among tho former chieftains of the most white men only attain with old nnd you'll live happily ever nfter." tiful red combs and thoir plump The returning soldier Is already be- Muck tribes of thu Transvaal Mngato age. Independence und u competency soft bodies told nnyono that thoy ing fed upon this trulstlc advice maintained absolute Independence dur- me his natural herltuge; therefore, wero all laying. In fact, a fow eggs which successful old nge delight to ing his relgu over thu Mugutese, nnd it why should he toll? Mngnto summed up tho position to wcro in tho bottom of tho cralo ns hand out us It were the solo "secret wus not until after his deuth that tho hn was vainly endeavBoers succeeded In collecting the hut the missionary Iho farmer's wife sold them to llin of success," which It Isn't by a Jugpeople. An Incident thut oring to Inculcuto the European theory dealer for four cents moro a pound ful. The wiso young man, accepting tax from his Illustrates his character Is told In of thu necessity und dignity of labor. tho than sho could havo gotten last In good will of counsel, discounts "Secret Service In South Africa." "Why do you whlto men work bo his planning threo nutumn. About 1804 tho Boer government hard'" he Inquired. (1) that the first Job offered "Wlien I saw tho money .pass may not be one for which tho appli"To earn money," sent General Joubert with u small es"Why do you wunt money?" hands. I wondered why that woman cant Is adapted; (2) that the em- cort to persuade the truculent old chief to acknowledge Its overlordshlp, "That we may huvo no need to bad fed and cared for thoso hens ployer may not be the person which or nt least to pay something on ac- work." nil wlnlcr long merely to get about sagacious, tnx. ot the tho "That Is a roundabout way of geta quarter moro per head for thpm. the success books Invariably post him count of you urreurs KrugerT"hutMagato I'uul ting to the position that my young men "Are as being; (3) that there either (a) T knew ovcry hen In tho cralo had nlready occupy. You say work Is a (b) she may demauiled. oaten twlco that amount of corn may be no daughter or The general explained that ho was good thing, und that all good white somebody else. With theso and too prefer slnco last fall. And I wondered other similar qualifications the spirit a sort of chief Induua to the president men enjoy work. Why Is It that when why tho farmer's wife didn't realize of tho you seud bud men to prison you make of the republic. "Go back and tell your chief that I them work as a puulshmeut)" Youth's that oven a poor layer would soon wheeze still stands as admirable. urn us great a. chief us he Is. and that Companion. shell out threo dozen eggs which nt Lowell Courier-Citizecounter-possibilitiebroad-minded "Tho Homo Vegetable Garden," Circular No. 07, is built for tho person who gardens-i- n Kentucky. It is out of tho ordinary because it ha? several very unusual tables which can bo consulted for the time it takes tho common vegetables to mature, for information about the common garden insects, the damage they do and their control, and for the identification of plant diseases and methods of curing them. "Alfalfa." Circular No. 7. should be in great demand as the growing n: this wonderful plant has increased enormously in Kentucky during tho past few years. In Pendleton county, where sweet clover has tho soil for alfalfa, thousand of acres of alfalfa clothe tho hillsides. "Elements of Beekeeping," Circular No. CO, is a bandy littlo bulletin both for tho person who has nover handled bees and for tho old beekeeper. It Is timely because spring i3 hero and tho bees aro busy. No. Cfl. Circular "Asparagus," should be of great interest because jrardens wero so carefully tended last peason,. Every homo garden ought to have at least a small asparagus bed for early spring uso. Any or all of theso bulletins can bo secured by writing to the College of Agriculture at Lexington or your county agent will furnish them. pro-pnred Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 20, 1010 . . . Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. Total for Term 21.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 22.00 10.00 '$30.00 '$31.00 '$32.00 lt v of one of the five captured Ger'This docs not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or man submarines that lire on their way laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. iitoss the Atlantic stud that will be used In the ennipalgn for the Victory Special Expenses in AddiUoa to Incidental Fes Business loan. One will be In the Hudson Spring Fall W'inttr river, one In the Potomac, one will go Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 $14.00 $12.00 up the St. Lawrence nnd through the Bookkeeping (brief course) 10.00 11.00 12.00 Great I.nkesto Chicago; n fourth will Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 0.00 5.00 visit gulf ports, nnl tho fifth will go up Business course for students the Mississippi and Ohio rivers. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.G71.GS. No. 3 white S1.031.G, No. U yellow $1.(IS I.C9, No. 2 mixed $1.0)191.07, No. 3 mixed $1.CI01.&"., white ear, $1.70 1.72, yellow ear Sl.70gi.72. Sound Hay Timothy, por ton. $34 tf?37. nnd Round clover mixed S3.'I..r0Jp 53.50, sound clover ?;W..V)g::2.50. Oats No. 2 white 71 He, standard white 71e. No. 3 white 70g71c, No. 2 mixed OS'gcOe. in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's uso of instrument Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 9.00 7.00 2.10 6.00 1.80 7.60 6.00 1.60 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 por term. All students do some work with their .hands from six to sixteen hours a week, as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied Butter, Eofli and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 07c, centralized creamery extras COc, firsts 02c. Eggs Prime firsts 40c, firsts 39V4c, ordlnury firsts 3814 c. Live Poultry llrollers, under 2 lbs, 50c ; fryers, 2 lhs and over, 3Sc ; roasting chickens, over 2 lhs, 31c, fowls. 5 lbs and over, 30c: do, uuder 5 lbs, 80c; do, roosters, 22c. If it is Impossible for any young man or young woman to be year, by all means thoy should enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. in school the full The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not he idlo through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea whero the best education can be gotten for least money. of tho bed. Tho odor will drlvo them away. Poison for Bed Bugs gas, sulphurous acid gns, kerosene r.nd other petroleum products, gasoline, benzine, iiaplha, hoi water with or without alum, chloride of zinc, turpentine, camphor, corrosive and sublimnto dissolved in nlcohol, nnd various of llieso disinfectants. To Thoroughly' Get Rid of Bed Bugs. Fumigate with hydrocyanic .uiiil gas or sulphurous acid ga. This is tho quickest nnd most effective method. If pcsls aro numerous and the above method is not satlsfarlory, tako tho paper off the walls, wash down tho walls with boiling water containing soda and alum, npply ono moro of tho following eradicalors and repair tho walls. Tako all the bedding out of jliors,.beat and clean mattresses or other tioks, and apply gasollno to them fully with a sponge, cloth or brush. Apply some suitable poison t'i all cracks In bedsteads and oilier furniture with brass or iron ones and instead of carpels or matting, have rugs. Next to fumigation, the best Is kerosene or other petroleum products gasoline or benzine or napllm. Take down tho bed steads, dust the Joints with n brush and wasli willi soap nnd hot water. Boil cedar leavos in Iho water. Whilo their scent lasts, bed bugs will stay away. Thoroughly oil all Joints and cranks with one of theabove poisons. It ran bo put in cracks and ether places with n spring bottom oil can, a small paint brush, or long feather. Gasoline and bon.lno do not leave any stains. Wo should usn theon on baseboards and on tho bed slcaih where keroseno might gel on lb carpet or bedding. Ono tiling wo mint remoinber is that both gaso-- I 'no and benzine nro highly inflammable. I'so only during daylight and before lighting a lamp or a malch. The room should be aired good until 'he odor disappears. Kerosene is less dangerous, nnd its stains will evaporate with time or may be laken up by such absorbents as whiting, prepared chalk, starch and the like. Uso an equn) mixture of turpentine and kero'ono. Till nil cracks, after oiling, with hard yellow soap or putty. With a soft small brush, go over the bed steads, springs nnd woodwork willi n generous coaling of hnrdoil varnish; work tills Into nil cracks and crevices, anil your bed bug troubles will bo over. Dissolve 2 pounds of alum In 3 or 1 quarts of boiling water, and apply hot from an oil can or with a brush In all crevices In furniture, walls or lloors where bed bugs harbor. Apply a weak solution of chlorldo of zinc, apply with a brush; equal parls of bluo ointment and kerosene. Apply a mixturo of 1 pint of benzine nnd M ounco of corrosive sublimate Apply from oil can or with brush Vi ounce of corroslvo suboz. limate and M pint turpentine of corrosive sublimnto, l oz. of camphor, 1 oz. of spirits of turpentine, nnd Yj pint of wood nlcohal, apply from nn oil can or with n brush, Remember that n corrosive sublimate is a deadly poison. Enemies of tho Bed Bugs. Tho rommnn houso cockroach Is nn enemy of bed bugs, and Iho little red houso nut also kills nnd eats them; but most persons would consider that to encourage such bed bug exterminators' would provo a remedy as bad as tho disease Until Crogg. Hydro-pyatilc-anld com-h'natlo- ns 1 Largest Earth Embankment. Tho Belie F.surcho Irrigation diun In South Dakota Is the largest eorth BED BUGS In the world. Its construction was authorized hy congress at n The eggs aro laid in Iho springs cost of $5,(X)0.OO0, From nn engineerot a bed and in all tho litllo corners ing 8tnndMihit this project Is one of Sometimes the most Interesting which Iho governaround (he bedstead. in tho wall or under tho wall paper. ment has yet undertaken. Its princiTho eggs aro whilo nnd many pal structure Is the enfthen dam. This thoy lay the eggs in litllo crack? dike, which closes the lowest depres slon In the rim of n natural basin, Is hundreds may bo found in ono small 0.200 feet long, 20 wide plnco. When hatched, tho young ahd 15 feet high In feet highest mi top the place. bed bugs look liko tho old ones, but The Inside fnce of this structure, in some few cases, Ihoy nro very which has a slope of one to two, Is protected from wind nnd wave nctlon different from tho old ones. To Keep Down Bed Bugs. Each hy two feet of screened gravel, on week, on cleaning day, air tho mat- which are placed concrete blocks ench feet. Tho cuhlcnl contresses and turn them. Metal beds four by' six dike tents of this are 42.000,000 fee, aro belter than wooden beds. Tako or uhout half of tho famous pyramids down all tho beds threo or four nf Cheops In Kgypt. Tho reservoir times n year, especially nt spring created hy this dum covers about 0,000 and fall houscclcaning, and oil all acres nnd will bu the largest laUo In Joints with a mixture of korosono tho state. and turpentine At spring houso-clcanlapply bed bug exterminator thoroughly to kill tho eggs that aro laid at that time. Dust anil clean out cracks on bods at least onco a week. Dust with a cloth moisten with kerosene, insido and outside of bed. Scalier wild thynv) about mattress nnd in tho vicinity ng Make a Qood Doughnut. "Won't you please glvu me a dime mister," plended the professional "I'vo got to eat something, you men-dlcun- t. know," "So you have, my poor fellow ; but a dime Is so small I urn afraid It wouldn't satisfy your uppetlte. Hero Is a nice, large Iron w usher. You will find It much more fllllng." April 17, 1011). TiuccrrizHi INTEBNATIONAL Page Sovm with her free hand; ho law Roberta and Miller stiffen; and ho felt a queer constriction In his own throat as tho muscles tightened oddly. When Molly removed (ho hand from her eyes and looked nt Corwln, sho saw that his Whole World Rejoices That "tho face was dead white. old Well, I supposo I won't tee tho Infidel" Has Been Driven place any more," said Hen, seeming to II FITZWATKtl. II. D., (Hr UKV cially?" From Holy City. si- comprehend tho significance of the llll.lr Tfclir of KnullntiChli'Bfco)In the Moody nnd Roberts exchanged lenco that had followed his words. Corwln lllble Inutltuto of glances, and both reddened. ASTKR will ho celebrated In (VprIitil. I ( 1. tJ Wntrn NwMif rnwin.! That's n figuro of speech with me, Pnlestlnc ns never before this "I seo you do," grinned Miller, now. nut I snail be nmo to leei ana many centuries, nnd nil tho that will bo plenty." Ho laughed, and LESSON FOR APRIL 27 Christian world will celebrnto It was Corwln who answered. there was n flavor of scorn In tho with grenter fervor nnd deeper rever"Vou'vo changed your tuno a little, sound. THE HOLY SPIRIT OUR HELPER. ence now thnt the hnnd of tho "Infidel ,slnco last week," lto said. "It was Turk" Is removed. only Inst week that I heard you say U 1,1'FSON TISXT-Jo- hn Art ZiMt. It Is exnetly 074 years' since, tho ye thn, bHnc evil, (KJl.DKN TKXT-- lf you thought the Government wns goTurk drove out the Christians nnd' took krmw how to give ool sift unto your ing too far." Imw miirh more uliall your rlillitrrn. possession of Jerusalem, after It hnd "Well, I'm waking up!" declared Puttier Uf live Holy Htfrlt to been tnken by Frederick II, Mnrch 17, i 11. Hint nuk lilinT-t.i- ikr "I'm beginning to see that I've 8 1229, who crowned himself king of the HKVOTIONAI. IIKADI.NCJ-Uomi- ina and tight, t been too narrow-minde17. !. Lilt I n kingdom, In imitation of thnt got to thinking that I spend hundreds TOl'IC-- A PHIMAUY llelrer at all curlier king of Jerusalem, Godfrey of of dollnra every year for things I could TOI'IC-O- ur Uuulllon (1009). tTnueen Tearher I got to thinking that do without. anil lleltwr Land of Pilgrimage. mnybo I was too selfish nbout this INTIMIMHDIATU TOPIC-T- lie Fruits of I mnke my money here, nnd thing. Palestine had been nsslgncd to tho the Fp'rll --Out l:K-HUNIOIl AMI AOI't.T TOIMC-WKmperor of the lCust In 305 A. D., nnd tho Government has made It possible for U. the Holy Rplrlt I wns nomlnnlly Christlnn nt thnt time, for mo to make It by protecting me, by giving mo opportunities to mako when pilgrimage to the Holy Lwul he- I. The Holy Spirit Promlied (John IL I got my money out of the country cume almost n cult ami the finding of relics became n regular pursuit In nil out of tho land and Its products; 1. Who he I, lie Is n divine perand I think I owe It to m country to the places Identified with the life of sonality, one In mi t lire with the Pocomo ncross when tho Government Jesus. nml the Sen. ther needs tho monoy. And last night 1 This wns the period thnt might al (vv. 2. Whnt la his mixtion? subscribed to fifty thousand dollars' most he termed the Christianizing of I (1) The ClirlHtlnn'H comforter, (v. ! worth." Palestine, for Chrtstlnnlty had devel 7). The Holy Spirit In Christ's repMiller hnd raised .his voice. There CHAPTER VIII oped fnr more vigorously nt Rome nnd of the campafgn Gary Mllfcr nnd Mor- had been nn exultant note In It It resentative who Miinds liy the side In other parts of the Roman empire campaign for the the of the hellever to strcnethcn. BYVictorytime tho began, Corwln had ley Roberts entered Corwln's ofnce. sounded like the voice of a man who Loan than In the Holy Land itself, up to this (lefeml from the enemy mill The men had como by nppolntmcnt to has triumphed over some base passion was discuss a certain phaso of a financial time. Constnntlne had mado It the pteml hla cniloo liefore God 'he Father. become moody nnd taciturn. He him threatened him; ho was scoffing at generous transaction concerning Roberts and that state religion and Helena hud found Jesus knew nml tolil the disciples of still tho cynic, mocking It, lnughing at it. Impulses; outwardly ho professed to the 'True Cross," so that there was a the hitter persecution which nwultcd feel antagonistic toward tho loan; and Miller Corwln acting merely as nt- None of tho men had heard a step great stirring of Interest throughout torney but they had scarcely dropped on tho stairs two, in fact a heavy, them a noon tin he hml tnken his default and to the land. Many fine churches wero parture, Wlmt n blessed privilege to ho continued ofto find who expressedseek nto their chairs toward which Corwln uncertain clumping, and a lighter tho vnved them when they began to talk men built, and Justinian erected the Golden Holy Spirit In nnil upon tit tho society have the step. But the three turned slmul views he expressed. Gate and part of n great church, now upon tho subject In which Falltown taneously when they heard a hearty to give wisdom to discern God's, will, Hut In his heart had begun to grow the El Aksa mosque ! moment waa vitally Interested voice from tho direction of tho 'doorit that nml power to overcome temptntlon a great doubt. Struggling within blra Christians Persecuted. the Victory Loan. to realize Juit (2) The world's Judge (vv. 811). for expression, way. It srid: Some people don't ee for encouragement, what thlt war means." Molly had asked to bo excused for Victory la to he achieved hy the Spirit wero emotions that sometimes It wns In 014 thnt Chosroes II, king "I want to shako hands with the the afternoon. Sho had given no rea- man who said thatl working In nml through the disciple, of Persia, made his great inroad, per That'a more than some peoplo do hurt him. He wanted to exon for tho desired absence; sho had (n) lie will convict the world of sin press them; he felt they wero tho sinWhen Corwln's gazo went to the Isn't It?" ho went on. "Some men secuting the Christians wherever ho (v. 8). The root of nil aln la iinliellef cere Impulses of his nature, nut he not even spoken to Corwln after ob door ho got up quickly and stood, lean-In- s don't seem to know how to feel. When found them, especlnlly In what Is now she had his permission Armenia, and capturing Jerusalem. In Christ (v. t)). Tlila iinliellef la not had gono too far, now, to confess to taining a llttlo forward, his body rigid, I landed, and they told me that primarily Intellectual, hut inornl. It his friends thnt he entertained a wnlked out. her shoulders squared. his eyes wide with astonishment, his had failed in all four of tho Lib- The Emperor Hcracllus managed to held high. Mnny times Cor face slowly whitening. to surrender to doubt thnt he had been wrong. He her head la nu unwillingness erty Loan campaigns, I tell you It regain .control (G29), but he had to vacant chair For on the threshold, his nnns made mo feci. There were times when yield before the might of the Caliph the divine will (John .1:18. ID). The hail the courage to oppose the war wln had looked at the spread wide against the Jambs to I waa on the point of denying that I Omnr (037), who erected many great wny the I lot y Spirit convicts the world nnd tho Government's policy, but ho with disquieting Interest. They talkod of tho Victory Loa- n- steady himself, a broad, genial smile. came from Falltown. And when I structures, especially the mosquo la tli much the testimony of thoe who lacked the moral courage to ndmlt that I ore filled with him. (h) He will con- - ho hnd entertained opinions or had both Roberts and Miller. Corwln said on his face, was Den King. heard Mr. Miller say that ho had called after him, upon the great rock Corwln saw Molly standing behind bought fifty thousand dollars' worth which hnd been the site of the temple vlct the world of righteousness (v. 8). expressed opinions that nn American nothing, for of late ho was strangely reluctant to talk nbout tie bond Is her brother. Roth her hands wero on of tho Victory Loan I was so tickled of Solomon. Tlila Is done through the rcurrectlon should not have entertained. wns even beginning to feel rton's shoulders: her face was nale and and nsccnMon of Christ (v. 10). 111k Ho attributed nt first tho change ues. He For more than 400 years the Mo that I had to say something. It every tlmo he thought of them. m ner eyes was mingled pride and seemed to me that Molly had brought coming forth from the grave nnd hammedans held swuy, until ns a re that was coming over him to Molly'i guilty Indlsputn-hiHe was quick to note that both Mil- - pity. For Hen was blind, his forehead me here purposely where sho knew sult of the Crusades Godfrey of nou- Into henven wns nn treatment of him. o ler nnd Roberts had lost some of tho was scarred, and his sightless eyes I would hear some good news. proof Hint he was whnt he clnlmeil For Molly, whllo she was coldly lllon took possession In 1099. Tho to he. He la thus shown to he the and dignified In his presence, did vlndlctlveness that had formerly char- were roving from point to point In tho Molly did not look at Corwln; but Chrlstinn powers could not, however. not snrak ono word to him that was actcrlzed their reference to tho bond room aa he endeavored to locate tho ho thought he knew why she bad hold possession, for they were always rlKhteotia one whov merit nmy he Usucs; they spoke In quieter tones; owner of the voice which he had brought her brother to his ofllce. ted liy fuith In him. This la fighting among themselves, nnd so 'hey were not so demonstrative; they heard ns ho had been about to enter ever the wny of anlvntlon conviction Roberts knew. also. His faco was crim Snladln, the mighty leader of the Mos weighed their words more. It seemed the room. of aln nnd npproprlntlon of the son with embarrassment and guilt lems, gained a permanent hold over CHAPTER IX to Corwln ns ho watched and listened, (c) lie will conof Christ, Corwln looked at Molly and wondered the land of Pnlestlnc and Jerusalem -faces expressed guilt such waa In the grip of an cmo-i- s If that their iORVIN vict the world of Judgment to come (v. she would tell Hen that ho had been In 1187. In his own heart. was tlon that sent Icy thrills over him 8). Clirlst told of n Judgment to come. waa of It was during the next century that wrinkled; his a. ne watched Den King shako hands recroant that his patriotismmeasured Roberts' brows were he The gunrnntece of thla Judgment anxious wjtn rjary Miller. He heard Den and a negligible quality that money. He ,tho Christians under the leadership of eve held n subdued, almost Sutnii, the prince of the world, that It by the standard of gained possession of Palxrresslon. He seemed to be nervous Miller talking, but paid llttlo attention cringed from the direct look In her Frederick II last time, until our own was. Judged nt tle cnws, (V. 11: cf. he folded and unfolded his bands; to their words, for ho was watching eyea when sho gazed at him; and uio estine for the John 12:.TI). among tho lo scuffled h's feet on tho floor; his Molly. Tho girl stood behind Ben look made him wonder what Den day. Dut with dissension was not dif(.1) The Chrl'tlnn's guide Into nil nco wns red until Miller placed him gently In a would say to him if he knew the trutn Christians of that time it truth (vv. 12. HI). The Illhle la n splr-lttficult for the Turks to regain control Miller, too, seemed to be In the chair; and then sho drew another book, therefore If one would that ho van taJking to siacK- In 1244 and retain It ever since, In ono lutch of a perturbation that would chair near the young man close to era. thinking them patriots who had know It memilng he must hnvo the lot be shaken otT Twice ho cleared him, so that she reached out and pat upheld his arms In tho great fight for form or nnother. . Holy Spirit (1 Cor. Surrender of Jerusalem. Corwln; and ted ono of his hands as It lay on tho his throat as he looked at freedom. Den's eyes were sigm-lesHo glorinea Christ (vv. 14. 15). The surrender of Jerusalem to tho arm of tho chair and she watched world and yet Corwln dreaded to have he second time he spoke. of himself, hut In He docs not tho IlrltisU forces last December, 'Looks like Falitown's going to fall him; worshlpfully, with a sad, pitying The onlr turned upon him with the ques subsequent conquest of much and tho nil thine revonls ChrM. of Bi'n," he said. half smllo which meant that sho was them Why didn't you buy? wny to know the glory of the Son of tlon: Corwln looked sharply at him, for glad to have him back even though rest of the land now establishes ChrisOod la to hnvo the Holy Spirit mnke It Of tho three men, Miller waa tho tian control, nt least for the present, lie would never seo her again. And Miller's voice was hoarse and low at the last composed. revenla all the divine Almost known. He Corwln saw the tears that she could more been raised whether lulte unlike his usual himself from nnd the doubt has rlchea pnd grace thnt nro In Chrlat Germany, not check slowly trickling down her minute ho had saved issertlvo tenor. and any Christian power, even person He makes real unto them the any possibility of accusation "Yes," said Roberts, shortly. checks. will dare to suggest that the holy Ho nml work of Chrlat. Tho three men exchanged glances. lien waa In uniform. He was big, his face showed his satisfaction. with places again be turned over to tho two II. Tho Holy Spirit Given (Acts "Failure Is getting to bo a habit strong a magnetic figuro; a forco even glanced at the other power of the Moslem, no matter what with Falltown." remarked Corwln. In that could never more move without malicious amusement. tho terms of peace may be. 1. Time Jfntecoat (v. 1). Thla people," went on Den, un "Somo a former day ho would have said that direction, but nevertheless n force. Precisely what local changes In privroom, Passover Sah- ( was fifty dny after the Instinctively, Ben dominated. His aware of tho tension In the Now his voice was exoxultnntly. ileges of worship will come out of the tmth (Lev. 2.1:15). pressionless, flat Tho other two did presence seemed to fill the room the "don't seem to realize Just what this chunge may not be foretold. For a 2. The marks of the Spirit (vv. atmosphere grow formal, military, war means. I didn't know, myself, long tlmo u strange situntlon has prenot even smile at his words. These nre external and Internnl: Roberts and Miller until I landed in France. I used to vailed lu Jerusalem. The holy sepul-cheRoberts, tnough, spoko heavily. Unconsciously my n of (n) Sound (1) External. "The Liberty Ioans nro not popular straightened; Corwln felt as though like to fight; but I always did for example, with Its relics of mighty wind ; no wind, hut merely the Just becauso I somo power within him was urging fighting by myself with the people." to fight. It waa different over Chrlstlun treasure, has been used by wind. For this sound to he liked sound of Miller clean! his throaL 'That's him to snlutc. Something about Den Greeks, Armenians nnd Western Chrls-tlnn- s heard In tho early morn attracted a mistake." ho said. Ho seemed to his erect carriage. Jits squared shout there. It's a queer feeling that grlpa In nlternntlon, the control, regnth- bunch of you ders, tho set of his head, tho uniform a fellow when there's a nnd mused the people to 'I want to thake hands with the man look accusingly at tho others. "Do all maining with the Turkish authorities. wno taia inm. or. The reference lo wind suggests know who Is responsible for the fail- - be wore everything about him com other fellows nil around him Influence alike and all fighting for tho Naturally many disputes have arisen the not absolutely necessary to tho car- tiro of Falltown to subscribe Its hianded Interest and attention. Den dressed of tho Spirit, (h) Tongues of Ihinie. rying on of tho business relations brought a breath of f Franco Into same object. There's something about out of so strange a situation. mota?" This Easter Significant Knch of the disciples wns crowned tho room with him a suggestion of It that gets under a man's skin ana "In Uils loan!" asked Roberts. them. There wero times when. tongue. Tho tongues In- wnliilorpil If hn with such a "In every loan!" snapped Miller. It force, of battlo and of death. Ho sym fills him with something he can t ex When tho city was captured by tho .l.lnn 1. n va tho first flash of feeling ho had ct bollzed Indomitablllty, cohesive power press. dlcnte the pnictlcnl possession of the British there was great local anxiety cyer Ba,n hcr rMpcct "A man loses something It's hla as to what might result. With the enho waa a visible unit embodying an Spirit's gifts, nml tho tiro tho purify Umt ho had Ioat that hlblted. And It seemed to Corwln and ne knew Individuality. I think. Dut he gains try of General Alleuby, with his staff Ing energy which removes me uross, regpccU IIe fplt lne j,0stllo glances Itoberts that ho looked accusingly at atom of natlonul spirit; he waa a part of that great arm of government more than he loses. I've heard fel und certain Frvnch nud Italian ofllce,rs, thus maklne effective the testimony. gh(j B0mctme8 threw at him when ho hem. lows call It discipline and training (c) Spenklng In foreign tongues. For wag not looUnf. at her; and sometimes "It's tho fault of tho peoplo who can which expresses itself In force, these anxieties were quickly set at . and stuff liko that. Dut I know It's rest. Tho Jewish population soon Involuntarily, and von't!" declared And unconsciously, humble Gnllleiins thus to speuk mbca no ,jQ moet her gaze ho saw her lerrlb" these I "I know. There are flvo hundred the three men In the room with him something else. For a long time it leurned thnt ul! was to bo well with caused great nmuzenient. naMi with something that must mall "uh'er'n'lon' to ono big one paid tribute tho trlbuto of silence, of bothered me, and then I finally them nnd other sects represented lit (2) Interim!. This Is seen In the ey thought It out It's country nothing tho citizenship of tho historic placo transformation wrought In tho ills- - have been very near contempt Uut Almost without exception tho little attention and respect. Thcro seemed follows nro coming forward with their Corwln peered Intently at Den( less: It's pride of race; Its In know. were equally reassured. A sense of clples. Instead of cowering before u Corwln said nothing. Mib.scrlptlons. Tho big fellows most searching his face for Blgns, for lndl ing that you are doing It for the folks pence, liberty und security had its Jewish mnld. Peter now boldly stood to be nothing to any. Mennwhlle. It nppearcd that Fa What's cations that Den harbored resentment at home; that they are back of you of them are holding back before the chief rulers of the city nml effect und Influenced proyou on loing to ho guilty Of murder- - town wns going to fall again. Despite tho answer? I've got It -- or what I against his Government for the loss watching you, cheering them foundly the preparations for the new, you lick tho ' vigorous campaign carried on by think Is tho answer. fuIng the Son of God. of his sight. Ho watched closely for all they can to help knowing. that unexampled Easter as well ns for It's In fellow. (1) Tho tho Liberty Loan Commit ee 3. The effect (vv. "Tho llttlo fellow works hard. He the slightest expression which would other folks back home are putting ture wbrshlp of every sort In thu trou-ble- d scrlptlons lagged. Most of tho town s usually gets only ono newspaper a tell him that Den regretted his expe your assembled In nmiizement Holy Land. In Jerusalem as aro exaa Corwln day. Ho gets few books ho has no rience. Dut ho saw no such signs. their trust in you; that they and confusion. They heard the gospel' citizens seemed to think to appear a conviction hlmself-t- hat sinco tho pecting you to bring homo tho bacon elsewhere began how long world peuco In their nntlvo tongues and Inquired had expressed tlmo to delve Into tho shelves of the Den's face, despito the sightless eyes, to bo no that they know you are going to do that, no matter library to road yards nnd yards of po-- had undergono a transformation. On Its me.inl.iR. (2) Somo mocked nnd war wm over there seemed fight llko might bo delayed, n new spirit was ' "i" '""l "J,or1ty economy Lv this and that writer, tho night Corwln had seen blm fight It A fellow Just haa to to account for this litlral foolishly uttempted abroad throughout the earth. blazes when bo realizes that" enthusiasm, no none of whom know enough about run-- Ing tho agitators thero had been In remnrknhlo occurrence by accusing tho , There was no Tills Euster, then, has a special sig"How did you how wero you or. no Indication of success Though nlng the Government to stako out a( tho man's faco something malignant of being drunk. nificance, In view of all tho centuries the bond salesmen labored hard, they nip.non. Ho does not cet tlmo to af-- l and savage nnd passionate He had wounded. Mr. King?" 4. Fulfillment of prophecy (vv. M. ' conThis was Miller; his voice waa low of struggle for holding tho places ,nt' feet 'Isms' of ono kind and another,1 been a fighting animal, enraged and 18). Wonderful things had occurred. mado slow headway. ,V, secrated to Christianity by tho uctlvlty tow , hti solemn. but Peter knew where to get nn ex- - P En was naltorcr 1 rd of Us quota nor to Join cults that profess to pre-- yearning to punish tho defamera of and flushed and his Jawa tightened of its Savior. Den Imoro Ju a paro a man for higher thought. He his country. plnnn.lon. Ho went to God's Won. laughed shortly. critical mental " (Joel 2:28. 21)). (led hnd predicted 7" tho Cominltteo re does not get Into the of nnclent phi- - Thero waa a different expression on and befragment of shrapnel. Hit mo "A reader now. Ills smllo waa serene, to days more, and his face nttltudo of the Just such uinrvelnus occurrences doubled Its efforts, tho goat waa sun losophy ho is not a carping, cynical,, complacent, Ineffably gentle aa a glancing blow square between the tuko pluco In tho Inst nays. distant and seemingly unattainable. out eyes, paralyzing tho nerves. Put mo Is enough to though reminiscent of a soul-flrtheorist. All ho knows Desperately the committee appealed, work for his family, to save what ha 0f which ho had come unscathed, flno- - clean out I spent Uirco months In about me so that I would be able (o The Mute and the Smile, v redescribe what I had seen when I got In and though .thero wero somo can, to get what few luxuries ho can, jy tempered and Impervious to base-an- d 'bllghty'." Somo men envelop themselves Again Miller spoke. back to God's country. Rut I've disday of tho "Whero?" to follow his Government blindly, nesa. It waa the face of a man who clonk of silence sponses, when tho last such nn Impenetrable happen?" waa moro covered that In battle about all one's Ho knows enough to bo patriotic. has looked death straight in tho eyes "Where did It ufford us no cnmpalgn dawned Falltown thnt tho tonguo will "While wo wero btralghteulng out senses nro definitely and firmly fixed hundred thousand dollars symptoms of tho mind. Such taci- than two quota. Tho Coramltteo ex And when tho Government tells him and has no fear of It It waa the fact tho San Mlhlel salient It waa pretty upon self. all seems to bo horribly behind Its to be a war and that so much 0f a trained soldier who baa held com' turnity, Indeed. Is wiso If they nre pected that perhaps a hundred tnou- thero Is on unreal. You find Individuality monoy will bo required to flnanco It, niunlon with the spirit of his country, hot thero while It lasted." roo s out lonutn a you find that you aro He paused, but In responso to Mil tho battlefield , ' pacd would bo turned In from sales-an- d ho goes right down In hla sock and Looking hard at Den, Corwln waa cer- form a Judg- th only method let's request that he describe the bat-ti- e you; that you aro alone, In splto of men not yet heard fmmnn.t from gets It! tain that Den had no regrets, mcnt of these mutes, Is nurrowly to or rather that part of it In which tho fact that men are all around yoa. were deliberately holding who "I don't know why Molly brought "Now," went on Miller; "the little observe when, where and liovy they thoso subscriptions for a driving finish, he waa engaged he went on, laugh- You've got to use your own courage; back mado all tho subscriptions ,nio here," said Den. "I wanted to go ing lowly: fellow has nillo. you've got to tight yourelf. You cant but that thcro would still bo a hun- ho can carry. Ho la buying all ho can .straight home Just to see bow things "I wed to think that It I ever got borrow courage. . dred thousand doliaiu to raise ap buy of thla loan. Ho has done hla share, . look." Need of Churches. Into a battle I would keep my aeiuea peared certain. (Continued next week.) and he's through. We're still a hun - l Corwln saw Molly cover her eyea What some churches need la lew Shortly afer noon oa tho last day broad cloth and more sack-clotdred IMPROVED UMailM Lesson f COUNTRW; thousand dollars shy of tho quota," Ho now looked straight nt Corwln nnd then from Corw'n to "Do cither of you fellows nobcrts know two men In this town who are ablo to subscribe to fifty thousand hout dollars' worth right off the it cramping them any finanreel-wit- TURKISH NO MORE E li Mil-le- th'-n- 1 . I I hat ' i - (u27-SOo- ). actu-u.ill- y Fall-tow- n -- e po-llt- a if I 2:1-1)- ) 2:1-18- ). - 3-- 1). 8 Pnt-wl- n s, high-pitche- r, g far-of- - MP-er- , ' clam-discipl- 1 1 o Jt ;' Pags Mtkt m circa 1 April 17, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No SABBATH OF LIGHT Holy Their Easter Offering WANTED! 5,000 HEAD GOOD AT forrnrondf roll!ihl unlmi ilrnnl In full br Uw writer. Th nm an trldrnec of rood faith. Writ plaint. It not for publication, but nc Saturday a Great Day for the Pilgrims Gathered in, Jerusalem. STOCK-5,- 000 Ashcraft and family, who have been Depagtcr and Vnndcr-i- n Dayton, 0., nt work, returned lo poeg. Tonst on "Realization." Miss their homo Snturday for the sum- - vandorPloeg: Reading Nettie DeMrs. Dora Lamb nnd little ,agter; ToastGuest; Violin solo-dau-ghter nier. .Teraldine, left today for a A w Baker. Tlioso present wero Mrs. Mr, an,i Mr3i Jolm parmcr, Mr. and week's, visit in Richmond. Sarah Ahney of Dayton. 0, is visit- - Mrs. collier, Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn, jng with her son. Guillous Abncy. Mr aml Mr3i Jni,n fowler, Mr. and Miss Flossie Coylo is home for a Mr3. Truetl, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tow days' slay with her mothor. Baker, Mr. ami Mrs. M inter, Dr. G. S. Will Coylo who has been in Texas inidrclh, Merida Farmer, Dewey for tho past three years was In our Sparks, Misses Verna Knglo. Nettie Claude Lunsford DePagter, Retla Pas, Lucy Vander- -, midst last week. who has been sick for tho past few p00p j(jss Kromrey, Mrs. Carter, months is able lo be out again. A inosl e'njoyablo timo was spent by The Winding Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chastecn made a)i j. n Llewellyn made a busi- n husincss trip to ucrea Saturday John packed nnd treasured ns sacred relics iness trip lo Alcorn Friday. f Panola Rader from Annvillo was visiting which nre carried and distributed over the whole civilized world. Panola, April 8. Mrs. Rosa Dal- - m McKeeSunday. At midnight the service of the resurton is very ill with measles. Mrs. Middle Fork rection Is performed, nfter which many Etta Garrett has been visiting rc- Mi()(I,0 Fopk A ,3 Lols of; of the pilgrims stnrt on their homelalives near Roland this wcck.-- L. flg,iermen can ,)0 seen from thcj ward Journey. B. Crow and family y.s.tod Mrs. riycr ,,anks thcso wapm days , Mere tourists are of course welcome, Lucy Cole, Sunday.-T- ho birthday nobcrlg ,s now visiti h,s paren,8 because they contribute somewhat to dinner given by D. P. Walton vyas l0w 8,nlioncd at Bosloni Ms3S. BiU the trade of the season, but they stay one or several days nt the longest, well attended and all report having , jugt reccnlly retrned from do not enter Into nor understand and the a guuu m..e. r,. iiiunarusou is ,,0 was wounded three real religious or social life of the peo- Frnncc goods.-M- rs. ting in a new slock of w Umc3 oncc wjUl ga3 pie of the land, nnd consequently aro Sarah L. Oglesby, or Noland, s visit- - Ciirpcnlor was ,n lhis ncigilborhood as outsiders. daughter th s wcck-Th- o ing her am, bm hl six hpad of cMh, Fp(, family of Sidney Farthing is down from John an(, nort summers. -tend our sympathy to his wife and with tho mcaslesNeal Moblcy and Mr Wilson of Parrot pagsw, lis tlireo children. iarnuy, 01 unio, aro visiting rciauvcs , pnrollln to Horse MlU bore. Mrs. Mary Kindred lias Lick. Bert Summers purchased bought four nico calves. Eh Colo 127 acres of land from W. H. CarROCKCASTLE COUNTY Cooksburg and little son visited friends on Red penter, on Laurel Fork river, near People are. Lick Saturday and Sunday. Cooksburg, April 1 i. Old Bend school house. It is tho known as tho Robinson farm. The all busy sowing oats and planting Blue Lick A largo crowd attended Blue Lick, April 15. Various Rov. Henry Lewis of Lito preached corn. church at Morris Valley Sunday. surmises and theories have been at tho church houso here Sunday advanced in regard to the passage! Hens aro only 20 cents a pound and Tho Holiness I'eoplo will hold a meeting at tho school houso near of a meteor, witnessed by tho pcoplo eggs 30 ccnls per dozen here now. Gather Pbilbeck's the third Sunday of this section last Wednesday atf Bond The stork visited the in April. noon. It had the appearance, of a Most farmers Bond, April II. homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Van-Za- nt largo luminous body, spherical in j cro done sowing oats and aro c, tho llth and loft a flno girl. of remarkablo size and bril- - jng preparations for a bumper corn Mrs. She was christened Vulah. liancy, emitting sparks and leaving cr0p. Roynolds, our county Mr. or white heat, from north- - agcnt, Was at Pigeon Roost school M. T. Thomas who has been very a trail oast to south-wes- t, succeeded by a imtiso Monday evening and gavo us poorly, witli lagrippe, is some holler. Mrs" Lucy Bojler of Hnzel Patch loud rumbling explosion about two gomo splendid ideas on scientific attended tho Holiness meeting Sunminutes after its passage Wo arc farming. Ho also organized a farm-gla- d Wo will have a bumper crop to know that Professor Millor, ers club with R. E. Taylor president day. of peaches this year if lho Faster an eminent Kentucky scientist, is a,i stovo Johnson secretary. Mr. on its trail and will soon bo ablo to and Mrs. Charley Settlo and Mr. and squall does not cut them short. clucidato the origin and destination jjrs. Goo. Davis wero guests of Mr. Mrs. Bcttio Allen paid her brother, Dr. Leo Chestnut, a visit nt Mt. Let- - am! Mrs. Charley Taylor Sunday. of this startling phenomena. D. M. Singleton Vernon Friday. tors from tho returning over-seCharley Parrett returned hero mado a business trip to Mt Vernon aro expressivo of restless- - urday from Leavenworth, Kans. Eggs aro selling at 30 Saturday. ncss and homesickness, chafing un- - j, Brewer visited bis brother, cents per dozen, but let us all redor the delay of their detention in Richard nrewcr, of Middle Fork, member Easter, as it only comes U. S. camps. Many fathers are . Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jame3 onco year, and fill that other basa needing their assistance in tho farm Fauzy, our splendid hotel keeper, Neighbors, watch out for that industries. Many anxious mothers will leave hero for Ohio about May ket. blue-tailhawk, it only takes aro fitfully trying to "keep tho first. Thero aro soveral cases of two of my chickens at once. Well, homo fires burning" by preparing measles in this community. Mm. good old Citizen! It only comos delicacies and gathering fresh fioorgo King nnd Mrs. Hob Sams that hero onco a week. flowers for decoration of their both died 'with measles last week. Conway rooms, but still thoy tarry. Con- Wo extend our sympathy to the Tho Tarnicr Conway, April IS. sequently tho suspenso is moro bereaved husbands and children. busy preparing for a corn crop. acuto than! when in Franco. Mrs. Our Sunday School at Pigeon Roost aro Wo aro having a good Sunday Mamio Hill nnd two children, MarMrs. Ruth is progressing nicely. School at Conway. Mrs. W. E. Wynn garet and Pauline, of Bcrea, were Settlo Is superintendent. Tho Utis superintendent. Thero Is a largo OWSLEY COUNTY visitors at tho homo of T. J. Flancry ile infant daughter of Mr. and Mr?. attendanco, yet wo hopo moro of Felix Short Charley Taylor is very sick at this Sunday anil Monday. Earnestville parents will attend, as It takes Enrnostvlllc, April 11. Oeorgo Dcnham died at his lho parents Tho flu and Family of Kirksvlllo motored to timo. and children to have both this section SUndny and spent tho homo in Etawah, Tenn. His remains n successful Sunday School. Tho is raging in this vicinity. It is day with Mrs. Short's sister, Mrs. wero brought hero nnd interred In in tho homes of Joseph and Leonard Rev. Win. E. Rix. editor of Tho CitSusan Hollinsworth. Tacket. Tho culliva- - the Green Hill comolcry. Wo cx- Mrs. Ethel Creech died izen, preached a very ablo and interesting sermon at Conway Inst with measles April 9, and wns Begley gravoyard. Sho in Thursday evening. Wo hopo ho will buriedthrco tho left small children, father, again. como and preach for us mother, brothers, sisters, and a host Tho Rev. Mr. Goocb filled his regu loss- - Mr. to appointment at Fair View S'at of Ifriends full 1)mourn her lar .. Iff ,m "V1" 8 w " 11 urday nnd Sunday. Ho was assisted , rWay nl8lit. April 11, with by tho ItovJ. W. Lambert or Bcrcu pneumonia. Tho largest ono died c.,n,i wiunn nnd wifo aro visiting Mrs. Wilson's sis-to- r, JOHN WHITE k CO. Returns to its before-the-wa- r Misses LOIMVM.LB, KV. Mrs. C. D. Estridgo, high standard of quality Lotllo and Rosa Dalton aro visiting Literal ortntMt J. 11. ad lull valit paid homofolks over Sunday. Brannarmm is having his residence f rune r.wTUnO painted by a Mr, Howe of Richmond. Nldaa and -- Mlss Fannjo. Wynn, who has been OmISUm 1 ' UMNO holy week the Chris- Unit nnd Moslem pilgrims In Jerusalem visit the sncrcd river Jordan. I loir On Thursday tho Greek patriarch wnnties the feet of 12 pilgrims This servlco nnd ceremony Is performed In the open court In front fit tho cathedral, on n temporary platform decorated with olive houghs. The patriarchs of tho glad to see the boys coming fore, especially Irish potatoes. Cnthollc nnd Armenian communities Mrs. John Haker of Speed-- ( home. perform a lmllar service Inside tho well visited her parenls, Mr. and, cathedral, to which flic general pulillc ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE y Mrs. Jerry Todd, last Saturday and . F. Abrams, Climax, Ky admin- - is not admitted. On Good Friday services are In order, nnd specffal Mrs. John Glosslp wai jstrator to the estate of W. II. UnSunday. called lo Bcrca Thursday on ac- - ker, deceased, hereby gives notice services with ceremonies commemorating the crucltlxlon tnke place from count of tho death of her father. of his appointment as administrator. six In the evening until midnight. On Miss Kmma Lake All claims should bo filed within Holy Saturday, nlso ,A. 0. Carpenlcr. known as the visited her brother, Elgie, Tuesday thirty days. "Sabbath of Light," all lights In tho ' Mr. and Mrs. Shelby cathedral are extinguished. The Greek Jnfternoon. nnd Armenian sects relight their Winkler of Heron were the guests JACKSON COUNTY lamps, candles and Arcs from n flame WANTS NO ARTIFICIAL PROOF 'of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Oglesby Sun- MoKbb which Is believed by them to appear vv.u. lou.ianu lai.my visit- -, McKee, April 12. .,uny. Miss Delia on the holy sepulcher on that day. Believing Christian Can Entertain No N. Todd, of Dreyfus Hornsby cd his father, I. Doubt Concerning the Resurrecof Burning Springs Is visit This Is the crowning event ofl.ent to .Mrs. nan unman oi i.ox- - in ,. Minuay. n nnrshv tho Greek, Armenian, Syrlac nnd Cop tion of the Savior. irniiln- - n inglon is visiting her grandparents, of llll3 ac(t A , Reynolds, who tic creeds. Millions of wnx tnpersnud 1. t To tho normal mind there enn bo j. a. rrt i.hki, iioiu. iir. amit has been in the navy for tbrco years. candles nre llfiHed nt tills tlame, burn' Columbus Isaacs and family of h at llomc on a vlsit Ho is 0J1 lho ed n few mlHUtes, then carefully no compromise, writes II. Lee Mills In the Houston I'nst. If Christ did not Dreyfus visited Willie Oglesby Sun- - Henderson transport. The Senior rise from the dend, the most glcnntlc King's Daughters had their annual fraud In the history of tho world was Dreyfus , banquet nt Tho Silver Lining home perpetrated nnd every minister of tho Dreyfus, April 13. Mrs. John Saturday. A nico program was Gospel Is either 11 conscious or n dewas called Saturday lo ranged. There was prayer by Mr. luded "fnker." If there was no ressco her father. W. D. Lewis, who is Truetl, a (oast on "Retrospection'' urrection, the whole missionary propaganda Is foolish and failure nnd F. M. James has pur- - hv . R MinloCf u niiititot. "Beautl-chase- d very sick. evangelize nnd "Ilnrnumlze" becomo Jett a now auto truck. 0hj0-- . ,iy-- lll0 Mi,SC3 pa1 KnpjP( synonomous history Doe lion of fields and gardens by inMADISON COUNTY dustrial activity has not alono helpCoylo Coyle, April Mrs. Roy Kelly ed to beautify tho landscape in this . vicinliy, but has given promise of vislliMl lior sister, Mrs. James Gen-trThursday ovening. Hoyd Lake, abundant supplies for winter's need. who lias been in tho army for some There seems to ho a larger acreage- llino, came homo last week. We of vegetables planted than ever be-a1 y, ro j D Rockcastle Stock Pens INCORPORATED Mt Vernon, Kentucky APRIL 21, 1919 Buyers for All Kinds of Stock Will Be There Free no chnrge for first sale BEST STOCK MARKET IN EASTERN KENTUCKY W. A. McKenzie, Mannger nit-da- ' .rs. ft 1 A ''a'' - f, Kromrey, ,,.,. mak-shap- j as Sat-soldi- t. ed llrst then in about an hour the baby ' onil and third Sunday in each one died. They wero placed in the 'month. Everybody invited. same colllu and burled Saturday. Mr. anil Mrs. Til ford Creech nro the 0ARRARD COUNTY proud parents of a baby boy, born Harmony April I. Harmony. April Mr. and Mrs. Chester On lho flflli Gabbard gavo the young folks a I of this month, Leonard Martin's party Saturday night. All reported wile iiieii or inlluenza and pneua nice lime. Misses Mona monia. She was a good woman. nnd Talma Gray wero lho Tho funeral was preached by tho guests of Miss Ida Bowman Satur- llev. A. C. Baird at Beech Grovo day anil Sunday. Chester A. Gab- Baptist Church. Her remains wero bard made n business trip lo Beatly-vll- lo deposited in tho Crab Orchard Monday. Mr. Summers, an cemetery. Tho Rov. W. M. C. H11U oil man, passed through hero Fri- cliins preached lho funeral of Mrs. day. The teachers of Owsley were liliza Halls last Sunday at tho Harcalled lo Boonevillo last Monday to mony Baptist Ghurrh. Mrs. Halls hear a lecluro on "How to Teach died of inlluenza some time ago, but Agriculture," by Mr. Fletcher of on account of .Inclement weather, terms. the Loudon. there was no funeral at the timo of Christian missions, from the llrst Island City of her death. Sho was buried In to the twentieth century savor of Island City. April 10. Some live Slrlngtown grave yard. Ebb Bent-Ic- y fraud, or even of delusion? The com died, of inlluenza on Fall mand to evnngellr.e nil nation wns giv years ago, one of our own Kentucky en nfter the resurrection. Ho was 19 years old. girls. Miss Chnrlolle Hrownlce, was a wife and eight children After nil the argument have been sent lo Korea by the Wonians For to mourn his loss marshaled before humnn reason for or eign Missionary Society, to do Mr. Kzokiel agatnt the return of Christ In tho work in one of our mis- Irvin's wifo died very suddenly Inst glorified iKMly, the question of Joes sion stations in Seoul. Tills lady, Monday of heart failure. She wuj Jesus live can be unswered by the be- of about 52 yoas old. After approwhom we nro so proud, has lieving Christian without nrtlflclnl lo the home land for ono priate remarks by the Rov. Gcorg- proof. If like I'nul, be know whom We are to havo Taylor, lho remains were laid lo he believes, doubts about the details year's furlough. of the event of the resurrection do the- - nionlh of May for personal work rest in tho Stringlown graveyard not concern him. In our Methodist Churches. The Add Davis, a young fanner, son of plan is for Miss Brownlee lo visit Dabney Davis, and Miss I'hoebo every church In the Covington-Lexingto- n The Hare and Easter. Jane Blanton. daughter of Mat Blan-lo- n, were quietly married nt tho District during that time. The origin of the Kaster rnbhlt Is unknown. There Is n German legend She is a very chnrming woman an J homo of the Rev. W. M. C. Hulchlns to the efTect that the hare wns origi- l has had splendid success in her Irst Friday.- -J. M. Baker still renally a bird nnd wns chanred Into it efforts lo further tho Master' mains 111- - K. Wilson sold n nice qnndniped by the Goddess Ostora, nnd Cause over there. There are won- hunch of heifers to T. J. Stlgnll at In gratitude to Ostnru. or Knstre, tho hu-- e bird func- derful things to he told about thp a fancy price. E. L. Wilson also It orlelnnl exercise sold a hunch lo J. C. Wilson nt a tion to lay egc for the gnddes on her great needs lo he met while spreadfestal dny. The children nmong tho ing tho gospel. Wo ask that you good price. Tho influenza seems lo Pennsylvnnln German nre told on Kas- spread Ihe glad news of this mis- be giving away some at present, ter morning that this "Oshter has" sionary's coming. Tho Secretary nnd there is lols of measles. In lil tho rnlnrml itl--s flint nro L'iven of our district, Mrs. J. II. Jones, will to them, or which nre plnced In nests probably accompany her part of tho LEE COUNTY place for tho at some convenient Bcattyvllle lime. The miarterly meeting of tho dren to find them. Beattyville, April II. Burning Springs Church will conMonday, tho llth, was county court day, visiting her sister near Paris, re- vene at Cannon Chapel, April 5. A Mr. The Reverends J. M. Literal and A. which brought in quito a crowd turned home Thursday. D. Bowman will preside. Services from the country. A great many Crank from Bell county has been Farmers holding a scries of meetings at Con- will begin on Saturday night of the traded horses that day. Wynn second Sunday. Everybody is in- over the county nro making tilings way tho pa3t week. E. C Aflldavits were, recently happen in the farming lines. Tho and wifo and D. II. Smith and wife vited. in drawn for his return in favor of oil business in this county is still of Berea were visiting relatives Bascum HufT, who is now in France. on the boom with from 11 vo to ten Conway 'Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Mooro and liltio son, wells being drilled per week, which Archie, were tho guests of Mrs. produce from live lo three hundred CLAY COUNTY Kale Bowman, Sunday. Tho influ- barrels. Occasionally thero is n dry Vina Guy Miller of Primroso was hero. Death well. enza is subsiding Vine, April 12. The farmers aro called rt tho homo of Bill Thomas, in town. Monday. Ho recently remaking good use of tho beautiful taking his wife, leaving the caro of lumed from Franco. Ho was on the spring days, by preparing for their two small children Berry Fox Argonno Front for somo twcilly 11. H. potato crops. corn and Mrs. died this morning with double days. Miss Omega Thompson of Rico who has been very poorly Is pneumonia nt Blake. We nro ex- St. Helens wns in tdwn a few days Zola, the little daughter holier. pecting early development in our the first of tho week on business. of Dan Pennington. Jr is able to be oil field, as it is fully believed that Miss Orpba Kilhurn loft hero Monout again. Mrs. Lizzio Bowman oil day for Richmond where sho will is there. of Manchester Is visiting relatives Major nltend tho K. K. S. N. for tho spring at this place. Born to Mr. nnd Major, April 13. Thero was and summer terms. J. H. Creech, Mrs. Lillie Pennington a bouncing cl iirch at Union Chape) Saturday ono of our hustling husincss men, of boy, on lho fifth. His nemo is Perry. night and Sunday, witli tho Rov. At hoi, wns in town Monday trading Mrs. Cora Hensley of Lower Burnhorses, and says business of nil kind John L. Pennington as paslor. ing Springs visited relatives hero Enoch Halcomb returned from the U good in his vicinity. Ho is Mrs. Julia Pennington oil fields Saturday whero ho has this week. in lho mcrcantilo business. who has been sick for tho past four Misses Ruby nnd boon working. weeks is belter. Mrs. Lizzio Hur- Lillie Halcomb attended church at HIS GREATEST FEAT n. F. Downey'a ley Is very ill. A correspondent of tho Now York Tho Rev. River View Sunday. family who have had measles aro O. W. Sealo tilled his appointment Sun quotes n rcmarknblo tributo of getting along nicely. Mrs; Minerva nt Rock Springs Sunday. Conlcy a negro preacher to a wblto preachPennington is visiting her daughter, Mainous was tho guest of Miss Mat-ti- e er who had consonted to occupy tho Mrs. Manila Marniin, at Bond. Misses Mao black brother's pulpit ono Sunday. Rowland Sunday. Fred Ponder of Mnlcom nnd Malt and Clarico Rowland left Major last Ho said; "Di9 noted divlno is ono of Pennington of tills plnco spent Frido grcntcst men of do ago. Ho Monday to enter school nt Richday night with friends on Pond Edd Ray of Fish Creek knows do unknowable, ho kin do do mond. Creek. Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Caliban visiting hero during Saturady undoablc, an' ho can onscrow do of Atlanta aro visiting relatives was night and Sunday. There will b onscrutablol" Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ferhero. at Union Chapel every sec- Christian Intelligencer. guson of Mauldcn attended church church here last Sunday. Bran-denhurk 11 Lick-Creeed ct s OLD MAN HARRIS No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Editor of The Kentucky Oil Journal, of Louisville, has made scores of his readers from $100 to $800 on "inside tips" on investments of from $10 to $200 in oil and mining stocks tells what is good buys and what is bad free to his subscribers only. Sample copy free. inches, wash drawing, and a Map of Kentucky oil fields, 16 beauty 'free to agents who will take subscriptions for me among their friends. The Journal is 16 pages, illustrated now $2 per year soon $3. 411-1- 2 Inter Southern Bldg., Louisville, Ky. 1 1 111 A FUld m. Satisfaction Bfjcauso Ha Sowad off nth fliowma trlmi Once Tried Always Used Thoy produce better crow. Your flrat aowtntf Will couvLnce you. AnlcyourdeUer. LOUISVILLK SUB SO.,lnarmrald t