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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 24, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919042401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 24, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 13 EH E A t. (J L L ECt E BEREA Kntrrnt nt tiAU PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM, a. FROST, Kditor-ln-Ch(A WetftM at lima, Kv.. at wratui umlrr Aet nf Marth, ItTIt at Ittrta, Kn. I'uhliArit Kvtry Thritt TD-roto- d The Citizen BEIIEA, MADISON COUNTY, K UNTUCK Y, A I'll If. 21, 1019. One Dollar and to tlie Interests of ttie 3fl!oTirLtLirL JPeojple Kentucky News Students of tho Maysvllle High School wpnt on a "strike" April 2l. All left school iinmcillnlnly after chapel exorcises. They nskod (nr-s- i holiday because the inarino hand is hero to open tho Victory Loan. The hoard of Kdticalion refused lo want tho holiday and the pupils left tho building. Knowlcdgo Is Power and tho way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is to read a good Newspaper. Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. Fifty Cents Per Year. I No. . Have You Learned to Read? There ate a tfootl many people who study Latin and And there are actually some Greek and then forget it! read Knglish and then rend so little people who learn to that they are practically illiterate. It is believed that there are three hundred families in Madison County who do not taky a newspaper, and a thousand families that do not own fifty books. Every This is surely in part the fault of teachers. his students not only to read but to teacher must bring love reading. And every Sunday School teacher and every parent should see to it that the young people they influence learn how to enjoy reading. U. S. News PEACt REATY trying WorldNews The Whiskey Bottle The enjoyment of whiskey is a queer thing. It enslaves men. People become willing to pay a thousand times more than it is worth, and yet they pray to be delivered from it. Undoubtedly whiskey would long ago have disappeared were it not for the fact that certain people make money out of the whiskey business. When a boy repents and "swears off" he might keep his pledge if there were not a whiskey maker and a whiskey seller to tempt him. Now at least the time is coming when the whiskey business is to be condemned by law and condemned not in one county, or one state alone, but from one end of Some of the distilleries are our country to the other. already being taken down or turned to other uses. Some of the saloon keepers are already seeking other jobs. We The country will wish them success in these endeavors. and prosperity such as it has never known see happiness when prohibition sweeps from ocean to ocean. DEATH Or BEREA'S FRIEND (From New York Times.) J. CLEVELAND CADY, ARCHITECT, IS DEAD Designer of Metropolitan Opera House and Other Notable Structures Was 82 HIS 15 BUILDINGS AT YALE President of Skin and Cancer Hospital Was Superintendent of Sunday School for 53 Years J. Clovcland Cady, tho architect, senior member of tho firm of Cady A Gregory of 10 West Thirty-secon- d street, died yesterday of heart ease after an illness of two months dis- nt his home, 21 1 Riverside Drive. Ho was 82 years old. Doctor Cady, (ho had received tho honorary degreo of LI..D. from Trinity College in 1005.) wns the designer of many of tho most important buildings in this city, notably the Opera House, the Metropolitan American Meseum of Natural His tory, the later buildings of the graphs relating to architecture Presbyterian Hospital, the Skin and This collection comprises 375 vol Cancer Hospital, Hellevuo Medical umes and more than 2,000 photo School, and (he Hudson Street Hos graphs, and was considered one of pilal. For Yalo University ho do the most complete of its kind in the Higned no less than tlflecu buildings, country. Doctor Cady was a distant rela including the I.ainson, Fairwcathcr, White Herkeloy and Pearson dormi- tive and speeial friend of President Frost, and Lieut. Cleveland Frost tories, Dwighl Hall, and the Crittenden Library. Examples of his work-- was named after him. He had visit are also to be found at William', ed Berea repeatedly, and the beauty Trinity, and Wesleyan. of our Library, Tavern and other Doctor Cady was born at Provl-denr- e, buildings is due to his tasto and in It. I., tho son of Josiab and terest, all his service as Architect Lydia Cady. He received his early having been n gift to tho Institution It was through his inlluenco ami education nl academies and was graduated from Trinity College with tact that Berea secured its llrst ac (he class of IBM. Since 1870 ho bad quaintnnee with Roosevelt, Wilson, practiced architecture in this city, Albert Sbnw, nnd other men of in the assooiato mpmlier of tho llrm lluenco in the east. His interest was he established being William S. deep in Heron's religious work and Gregory. standards. His council will be great In 1881 ho married Emma M. Bulk-le- y ly missed in the management of the of Orange, N. J. There were llvo Institution. Great institutions can children, two sons nnd threo daugh only be carried on by tho ters. One of (ho daughters, Miss! of a long succession of such Lydia Cady, was married last year able nnd consecrated men. CONTENTS PAGE 1. to William Langcr, tho Attorney General of North Dakota. Doctor Cady wns a devoted mem her of tho Presbyterian church Speaking of his father last night his son, Dr. Lloyd Cady, of 21 Iliversiclo Drive, said: "I bclievo that the interest which was closest la my father's heart was his work as Superintendent of the Sunday School of tho Church of thy Covenant, In East Forty-secon- d street. He held this position for fifty-thryears, and even during his last illness his mind was occu pied with the development and con tinuance of his Sunday School work. Doctor Cady was President of the Skin and Oanccr Hospital, n Cover nor of the Presbyterian Hospital, a Trustee of Berea College, Vice Presi dent of tho New York City, Mission, President of the National Federation of Churches. His clubs included tho Century, tho Aldlnc, tho Quill and the Delia Psi Fraternity Last Autumn Doctor Cady present ed lo the Library of Trinity College his collection of books and photo ee - The article entitled "Ten Rulos for Health" should not be overlooked. Hnvo You Editorials: "Korea is another Belgiunil" Read Learned to Read?; Tho Whiskey Bo! Ho Death of Berca's Friend. Chung W. Clio's article on page two. World News; U. S. News; Be sure to read the Victory Lib Stale News. erty Loan Essay Contest Announce, BanIAGE 2. School News: A. ment. quet; Oratorical Contest; Base by nail News; Contribution Liberty Loan Levity Chung W. Clio. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. Serial Story. Locals and Church Nows. PAGE 5. Contest: Liberty Loan Essay. A Unhpio History Lesson, --t Q. A. It. PAGE C. Mountain Homo Department. ctos Agriculture they called Barber Ten Rules Just a half-wit- , lilanoy. Markets. Barber know, though, some day would PAGE 7. Sunday-schoLosson. bo rainy, Tho Man With a Country. So ho shaved and bo shaved And be saved and be saved PAGE 8. News You Get Nowhere, And bought bonds. Now thoy call Elso. Blatoy brainy. for Health. ol The Peace Congress Is nl present to sollle (he question raised hy Italy nnd Japan, and both are ilifllcult. The Kalians seem dispose I lo Insist on the poseslon of the sea port of Flume, nnd the Jnpaneso tisk lo retain tho piece of territory Says Paris Paper. they look nway from the Germans, To train a public health nurse for In China, on the Shpnlung Peninevery community will bo tho pur- ACT QUICK IF FOE REJECTS sula. Italy bases her demand on pose of the 18 weeks' coiirso just n secret (reaty with England nnd The whippet lank made its ap- established ot Western Reserve France when she came into the war, pearance in Winchester about two University, Cleveland, O., for In- Allies Will Send Germans Home If and Japan is now seeking lo estabhours ahead of schedule, Wed- structing nurses throughout Ohio, They Refuse to Sign, and Military lish a similar ground. nesday morning. A largo crowd Indiana and Kentucky In public Measures Will Be Taken gathered In the lot at tho rear of tin health nursing. The German. envoy to Versailles at Once. courthouse, to see tho machine of to receive the treaty of peace, war. It was brought on a motor Pnrls, April 21. The text of the Brockdorf-Rnntza- u, Detroit claims the honor of being has given extruck. the llrst large city in the country preliminary pence treaty will ha trans- pression to sentiments that indicalo Friday or Sntur-dii- n FjHopn Cleveland business men lo exceed mitted to the pre its quota in the Victory better altitude on the part of Gerof this wee!;. April 2.', or 20. the who accoinpained the tank to Ken- Liberty Loan, the llgures then many. In response to n suggestion The Echo de tucky as bond salesmen divided nl reaching ?57,OO0,OO0 at 1:15 o'clock I'etlt PnrMen says. Purls declares that In ense Germany that Germany should seek to divide Lexington this morning, llvo goln? Monday against a quota $55,191,-(1- 3, of refuses to sign the preliminary penee the allies at tho Congress, ho reto Versailles and flvo lo Georgetown, it was enounced ofllcinlly. An n speclnl train will Immediately be put routed the remark and said that Lieu- effort is to be made lo double the nt the disposal of tlm enemy delegates Germany would profit Iho, other live to Winchester. most by an tenant C. K. Hanker accompanied ((until. for tlielr return to flermnny. nnd the open nnd fair presentation of licr naval case on them. allies will take military nnd its real merits. Despite maintenance of the Gov- n.ensures to enforce the trenty. Danzig to Be Open Port. price in the Paris, April 21. The A professor in tho University of The ascrlion of entomologists that ernment guaranteed the locust are duo in Ken- fnco of an American wheat crop boundary question was finally disposed Oxford has recently made a plea that tucky and the nation this year ha? which will probably brcak'all rcc of by the council of four. No an- tho United Slates should accept a called forth another from distin- ords, domestic consumers will not nouncement was made of the deci- mandate over Armenia. Tho polioy guished Fayctle County nurseryman, pay more for tho product during sion taken, but It Is understood that of trusteeship over ("backward or will be Internationalized, peculiarly located countries Is comMr. II. F.'IIillenmeycr, that no nlarm the coming year than the rales con Danzig from foreign while the Poles will have n corridor ing to have an established plaoo In ho felt, as tho day of the locusts currently accepted need running from thnt city to their fron- national policy, and the United In Central Kentucky is gone for buyers, Julius H. Barnes, newly ap tier to give them access to the sen. Slates may. find It dlflloull In tho good. He says that save in tho well pointed Federal Wheat Director, as- Discuss Alliance With U. S. wooded sections there will bo no surreil tho public in a slatement The question of an alliance between futuro to avoid taking on herself further visitation tilt 1028, when outlining the policies of his admins Frnnce, the United States nnd Great such obligations, even though they Britain Is still being discussed by the aro dlflloult and expensive very little damage will result. Ho traton. i newspapers. The Excelsior says thnt further tells about great damage A group of big German sub the latest Suggestion Is for n speclnl A recent speech of Lloyd Gccrgo that was wrought by locusts In 1885, to defensive meas- In Parliament asserted that Franco and says tho return of the pests in marines, some of which have the covenant restrletcd, ures. This agreement would not be l.n.l l.nnn I I I .f I ..nn 1872 and 1889 was accompanied with doubtful honor of having attacked to insure the payment of Intended anlccs of safety in caso of war by. little harm. Mr. Hillcnmeycr Is American shipping, arc on their flnnnclal reparation. Germany at a futuro time. Tho acauthority on such matters and the way lo America under American weather, and his contributions are officers and crews. Some of them IRISH ENVOY? JIEET HOUSE ceptance of the peaco program by Franco haa hinged largely on such always eagerly printed in Lexing- will bo assigned to St. Louis lo as sist in tho Victory Loan drive. The Dunne, Walsh and Ryan Present guarantee. Just what the provision ton papers. assigned to St. Louis sepamay be he did not disclose, and there-ha- s Relating to Their Requests rated from tho others at tho Ber on Irish Question. been much speculation on that Two Dellaviland and two Curtis mudas and is now nearing New point. Nothing short of a promise airplanes left McCook field at Day Orleans. Tho trip from New Or Pnrls. April 21. The three delegates of aid by England and the, United ton, Ohio, Monday morning for a two leans lo St. Louis will take several sent by the Irish societies In the UnitStates is thought to be enough to ed States to place Ireland's case weeks' tour of the Fourth District, days. the peace conference former satisfy France. performing nil tho thrillers of the. Gov. Edward P. Dunne of Illinois, air at a number of cities in Ohio, The fortunes of the Bolshevik! In a recent skirmish across tha Frnnk P. Wnlsh and Michael J. Mynn Kentucky and Pennsylvania. border from Texas, troops of tho of Philadelphia called upon Col. T. have varied during tho week. Tho Tho machines are regular war 8th United slrugglo for tho possession of MuStates Cavalry under M. House of the American peace machines and the pilots aro veterans Captain Kloepfcr overlook Tho papers relating to their nich, in Bavaria, has continued nnd some of tho service who know all tho marauding Mexicans eighteen mile requests weie handed to Colonel gains seem Ui havo been made by tumbles and sanls of which tho fly- south of Ruidosa, killed llvo and House by his callers. the radicals in Vienna. On tho ing machines are capable. brought back with them to Marfa, other hand, news of defeats in Uk-raHOME SOON One of the Dellaviland's is a havo come, and signs of Texas, thirty-flv- o cattle and two PRAIRIE DIVISION crnft, with Liberty Motor horses which had been stolen by in Germany and Hungary. the Secretary Baker and General Pershing capable of driving it at a speed of Outbreaks of the movement havo Mexican raiders. No Americans Review Troops In Germany Will 125 miles an hour. It can climb were hurt. Two Mexicans wero been experienced in tho countries Tuesday. 15,000 feet in 21 minutes, is of South America and in Moxico, wounded in the fighting making the with machino guns fore and aft and casualties among the cattlo thieves Washington, April 21. All organlzn-Ion- s but not to an alarming degreo. woighs 1,100 pounds. It was up the Thlrty-thlr- d making seven out of their total of twelve. (New-Yorfor day bombing. This ma(Prairie) and Seventy-eightSwitzerland has given recognition chine is driven by Captain D. S. New Jersey nnd Delaware) divi assigned to early con- - lo the now German government by Norton who has down overseas. Tho Victory Loan campaign open sions have been receiving a diplomatic represents TJlio planes Avero in I'xingloij ed, with a bang in New England. voj home, the war department was intivo from that country. This is a formed by General Pershing. yesterday and are performing there Henry B. Endicolt headed tho indi Cohlenz, April 21. Secretary Baker customary way of recognition, and today. Tomorrow they go to vidual list in Boston with a sub und General Pershing are on their wny other nations will do likewiso when and then hack to Dayton. scription of $1,000,000. lo the Amerlcnn Itliino bridgehead and the time'eomes. It would havo been (ConUnuid oa Fsat Eljbt) (Continued on Page Eight) division will review the Thirty-thirbetter (asto, at least, had Switzer at Dlefclrfli, J.USeUjbpurjj, April land waited until after tho treaty division UiO next day the Eighty-nintwas signed. Pressure and DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? ? neAT Treves, according to Information however, probably deterreceived at the Coblenz headquarters. mined this haste. CAIRO STRIKERS HURL VITRIOL Sweden has been coming more Order Is Issued Making Offenders fully under tho progressive DemoWith Chautauqua Features Liable to Death Penalty Rioters cratic party in tho last few weeks. Sent to 'Prison. Popular sympathy was, with tho r ojC BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY allies throughout tho war, but the Cairo, ApYll 21. Threats were made oltlcial clnsses wero inclined to lean recently by terrorists to throw vitriol largely toward 6 to 11 11 to August 15 on all strike breakers as they were of (heir GermanyIlussia. Thebecause ambifear of leaving tlielr work, and the olllclnl communique neming wuii me current tions of tho latter country havo long disorders reports two cases, one mnn run counter to the interest of Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business being totally blinded. In consequence Sweden. men, farmers, discharged soldiers, house-keeper- s, un order has b'S'ii Isaued making such Chris- offenders liable to the deatli penalty. Thoro seems to bo a decision on tian workers. "Something' good for every coiner!" The sentences of persons convicted of to rioting during the last few days tho part of tho Peaco Congress Daily discussions of things important for the mounbring tho former Emperor of Gerranged from three to fifteen years. tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. many (o an account for his deeds. Berea Faculty .includes many of the greatest eduVarious proposals havo been enterRUSS REDS TAKE FIVE YANKS tained and abandoned. Tho latest cators and speakers of the south, and summer brings report is to (ho effect that ho will Two Michigan Soldiers, Two Y. M, in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, he exiled as Napoleon was after U C. A. Secretaries and Pennsylva. downfall. No placo has. yet been music. nla Fighter Captured. mentioned as decided upon. Berea is religious, "works with alf April 21. Washington. llusMarT Tho United Slates has sent a nitn-isl- er followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to forces rtre reported lo hnvo captured lo represent tliis country in Arnold dtu Itynll, two hecrctnries nt' llio new Republic of tho confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for entached to (he central committee of the Ilichard T. Crance lias boon trance that you live in the mountains and are above V. M. C. .1. in New York, the war deselected as tho man host fitted fur partment announced. The following fifteen. tho place find U reported to hnvo achave, also hrri captured and are reBest location, climate and equipment. ported to be n route to Moscow, the cepted. The people of tho new stale, department stated: Sergeant Glenn W. fairly worship America nnd a Note two things: The studies and entertainments Lrflzell. MIIIUAhnrg, Pa.; Private would probably bo able are the best, and especially adapted to people from the Freeman Ilogau', ftrolt, Mich.; to do a great deal to help in mould Jens C. Lnureen, Marlette. ing affairs toward a more stable govmountains. Mich, ernment. First reports on Victory Liberty Loan subscription complied by Hi" Treasurer showed $110,077,000 as the incomplete llgures for llvo of tho Text of Pact Will Be Given to twelve Federal Rcservo Districts, Press Friday or Saturday, covering sales only up to noon, April DUEJJNFRIDAY r Pollsh-Gcrmn- n 17-y- Pa-pe- U-b- he-fo- re dele-gatlo- u. nia ry d h Cyn-thia- na d ' h sclf-ln-ler- Attend Mountain Summer School -,.. June July and July non-sectaria- n, Czech-Slo-vilfl- fe And the prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." A holdup, man, Jarnea'' Filter llobln. O'er dropping off bwtuasa was sob-bl- Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, , (Adv0 Berea, Kentucky "When oeople's spare. Into Notetf tarts to. go Tfeere will' be? nothia' )eft dch tW worth Down In Mexico u new revolt ngulast the government was nipped in I he bud when Currunza troops defeat ed a body of rebels near Clmvuxtla. Gen. Aiirellano lllanijuet, who, with Fulls; Diaz, headed tho movement, vu killed. Pago Two THE CITIZEN SECOND VOCATIONAL VICTORY IN THREE DAYS THE UNKNOWN SORROW OF THE HERMIT KINGDOM By Chung W. Clio April 21, 1010. School News from Various Departments ALPHA ZETA BANQUET The Alpha Zoln Banquet look placo Monday night In tho Collego Dining In Chapel, Inst week, I'rcsiilei t Iloom. Frost gavo the Mountain Vulunlccr The Banquet was dubbed "My Old Hand tho privilege- of using Hie Ittsl Kentucky Home Dinner." Tho Menu half-hou- r, lo bring before tho slu and the Program were calculated to denls snnio jf ho problems that nr.; portray Old Kentucky Homo aspects. I DOINGS OF THE MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER BAND he mountains today. The hall was decorated with Miss Helen Fairchild talked on grapevines and cedar, which trailed Hip work of the rural school teacher around the room, entirely enclosing pone into her Hip told how she had it. The tables, which were lit with own homo district and taught in Ihe randies, and bountifully spread willi log school house, that sho lini little Old Kentucky Home eats, Wero surpone lo school in, and how sho had rounded by Alpha Zola friends. worked hard to change some of the There were about IfiO bnnquolor?, conditions of the district. not n few being old members of The problem of the rural school A. Z. Among those who came from teacher is certainly, a difficult one elsewhere, to bo at tho banquet, Through the teacher, great work were: Irvin Slopp, C. S. Tropor, may bo done. They have the chance Hniley H. Baxter, Claud Sap, Donah! not only lo Improve the mind of llic F.dwanM, and Duke Congloton. child, but also to improve the soci J. L. Hays acted as toastmaster. nl conditions l tho community, a'i' The speakers were: Mr. Sellers, to influence 'ho people along re Itaytnond Johnson, Lonard Fielder, ligious lines. In fact, in many dis Charles Carpenter, and Kl Hays. tricts tho teacher is the only Miss F.dna Mae Henly sang a beauone that is cipable of helping the tiful solo. Mr. Sellers presented a peoplo to llvo belter lives; and if picture to A. , of which there is Iho teacher d)os not lako the stand no duplicate. It is an A. Z. picture, Vocational for better things who will take the taken in 1013. In it are a great many Ah. II. H. E. S.H community is remarkable stand? Who in the men. Cleveland Frost's Wilson, 2nd B. 0 I I I 0 capable of doing these things, ox picture is among the number. The 1 1 C Fry, 1st II. 3 2 cept the teacher? toasteslers spoke from the Oik Ken- nnwman, S. S. 1 fi 2 2 2 Mr. John Peyton also talked on tucky Home Song. There was Clark, G. I fi i 0 0 the problems of lb poured out to the banqueters philos-ophy- , several of 1 Parsons, R. F. 0 0 2 2 mountains. The problem of tho wit, humor, music, and Hendrix, G. F. 1 t minister, the doctor, and the law pathos. Stephenson, C. F. 2 I 0 0. 0 yer; maybe some do not know or fi Nowlin, 3rd B. 3 '3 i 2 understand' tho need of Christian MARK SULLIVAN Combs, L. F. 5 2 up lawyers lawyers who will stand Mark Sullivan, former editor of Johnson, P. 1 5 for the right thing, instead of usimr Collier's Weekly, who has just reknowledge of law to deprive turned from J'aris, spoko in the Coltheir 51 10 12 v0 8 Totals some poor man of what littlo land lege Chapel Friday night about the money he may have. or Battery: Clark nnd Johnson. Peace Conference and the League of In our regular meeting, last week, Nations. Struck out by Johnson, ten. Professor Slnith talked to us. Ho Bases on balls off Johnson, three, He told of tho Peace Conference told us on just how large a s'a'e from the viewpoint of the' newspaper Normal our program would have to be maJe, man. Speaking of the naivencss of Ah. It E. S.H, in order that wo might bo able 10 European Diplomacy, especially em 5 0 0 "1 2 do tho best work. He pave us Ihe phasizing the means used to make Trosper, G. 1 i 5 0 numbers of tho different classes of the Peace Conference a secret affair, Manton, P. I 0 5 3 people in the mountains but the Mr. Sullivan spoke of tho proposed Autlo. 1st B. t aro interested in is the League of Nations, of. the question Mouhollom, S. S. 5 class we Richards, L. F. 5 2 0 2,000,000 poor people, 'unable to help of German reparation. He answer1 1 5 0 themselves. In our program, "Home ed questions after finishing his lec Huntley, C. F. Improvement" certainly must ibid ture. Quite a few question were M. Fairchild, 2nd B. 5 3 au important place. Until the home asked and answered. There was 1 is made belter we cannot expect one question asked which the Ex GasUnau, 3rd B. 5 0 peoplo to live belter Christian lives Editor, could not answer. But just F Fairchild, R.F. i and bo more active in educational remember the old adage. 41 Totals work. Improve Surely "Agricultural Battery: Trosper and Stanton. ERNEST CAMPBELL RETURNS mcnt" must bo placed in our pro Ernest Campbell, former assistant Struck out by Stanton, four. gram. Millions and millions of dol bursar for tho College, has Bases on balls off Stanton, three, returned lars go to tho cities every year along with the former Miss Sara canned goods. That means that ojr Byrd as his wife. VOCATIONAL DEFEATS EASTERN agricultural system is poor. Now He was discharged recently from STATE NORMAL if money is going out of the coun "Y" service at the Great Lakes Naval try lo the cities for food, by what Training Station. Tho marriage Tho Vocational team camo out means is there left to bring money took place last Friday at the homo victors in a gamo played with the years 6f the bride in Muskogee, Okla. into the mountains. Many Eastern Stalo Normal boys last Satago wo had the incomo from Iho Mr. Campbell is going to bo en urday. The Eastern boys had not was being taken out, gaged in some official work for the lost a game limber that until they camo to Beto fall back on; but that source is College. rea, but they tell a different talo gone now. If tho native pcoph now. The Vocational boys played owned tho mineral that ison their COLLINS WINS ORATORICAL tho worst game of ball they have land, we wquld have that income, CONTEST played this s"eason but it was not in but it is sad to say that tho mineral Boyd M. Collins, student of the, them to lose. Eastern a rights are nearly all sold out. So College, and member of the Alpha left nnd right handed used both pitcher but the agriculture of the mountains Zeta Literary Society, won in the to no avail. Coomcr Johnson swatcertainly needs improving, in order Home Oratorical contest last Satur- ted the pill for a thrco bagger in the that wo have a larger income. In day night. Charles H. Carpenter fifth and camo in homo on nn error order that wc may bring about this won second place; and J. A. Thomas niado by Eastern's third basomon". improvement, agricultural schools received third place. Tho subject Clark did not get a hit but made must bo established, good rouds of the winning oration was, "They four runs. Stephenson and Fry got must bo built, and farm demonstra Shall Yet Live." a two bagger apiece. Teb. Combs tors pre needed. was tho star 'of the game. Ho fieldThese arc only a few of the things CHUNG W, CHQ TALKS IN ed tho ball whether it was in his wij jnus papp on our progrnms; but reach or not. Y. W. C. A. they aro certainly important things, Chung W. Cho, Berea College If not tho fundamental tiling, Vocational student, talked to tho members Ah. II, II. E. Y-or Sunday night. He told of 2nd B. the progress of Christianity in Ko- Wilson. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Fry, 1st B. 4 rea, of his coming lo America, and of S'.- 3 Mflyil nnckley led a most Interest- tho Japanese trouble with tho Ko- Bowman, S. Clark, 1. 02 5 ,4 meeting at Chris- rean church. ing uiid inspiring Thompson, R. F. 2 tian Endeavor Sunday night. The A beautiful duet was rendered by 1 Stephenson, C. F. I I 0 spirit, was prevalent and Miss Healy and Miss Haly. Easier 1 1 Johnson, P., 3rd B. 0 i Overyond present was in a very earCombs. L. F. i 00 0 nest frame1 of mind. Tho topic was, THE toEV. MR. KNIGHT HAVING Hendrix, C. 0 2 "Internal Life nnd llfiW to Obtain It." GREAT SUCCESS Nowlin, Sub. 0 0 0 i leader got thru speaking After tho The Rev. a S. Knight is, having llieru followed testimony after testi- grea'c success ill his work which Totals 30 11 i 11 meeting had to bo mony until tho lit has undertaken as pastor of a (hanged for another phaso of pro Richmond n I? lino lnct fmin wrvll- - Baptist church in Pontiac, Mich. ... Ah. R. II. E. Jt 1.. 11UO lllll. SunHo ha9 had conversions both known members in this war, and atj 5 2 dry nlghls slnco ho has been there. Trosper, S. S. tho end of the service Sunday, after I -- 0 00 Holdcrnft, P, FriThe hv Mr, Kjlight preached 1 each deceased member bad been day In tho Pontiac Episcopal church Pitman, 2nd B. i 22 1 1 spoken of, gold stars wero placed i 0 speech McDnugle, 1st l Mid made n Liberty Loan over four of tho bluo ones on tha tljis week. 5 Crutchcr, L. F. 0 1 servico flag of tho society. Tho foMr Howe, C. F. 0 men who havo so gallantly given Scrivner, 3rd B. 03 Douglas. It. F. their Uvea for their country arc: 0 5 FIELDER SPEAKS 1 Glenn Edgcomb, McDonald Franklin, 0 Benton Fielder spoko in Y. M. C A. Lackey, P. 2 John Crosctto. and Win. Phillips. Sunday night, Ills themo being, A Among tho visitors of tho society, Tho Chqlco of a Lifo Work." 10 39 0 Totals wero Mr. and Mrs. Olmsted whoso He spoko of the opportunity in daughter wasono of G. E.'s strongest tho country communities to build VARSITY MEN GET BEREA workers before her marriago and up a holghtcncd view of religion and INSIGNIA departure from here. Next Sunday to improvo tho economical situation, Tho members of tho Berca College Endeavor saying that tho lifo of a civilization Ihe meeting of Christian arsity basket ball team received will bo led by tho Mountain Volun- depends on theso two things. tho olllclal Perea Collego Insignia Everybody come nnd teer Band. Saturday morning in tho United hear Iho good things that this earnest and dovoted hand of youi'u Y. M. C. A. ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Chapel services. Doctor Raymond gavo n good talk Tho Y. M. G. A. has elected new peoplo havo in storo for us. officers for tho coming year. Hero about tho vnluo of athletics In Iho building of character. thoy aro: Seaplane Fallt Into Bay, W. O. Rarnoy, prcsidont, Tho ones receiving tho whilo B's Norfolk. Residents nt Cap Charles Jntnos Kelly, Vico President, wero: Coomcr Johnson, John l reported to tho Ilumpton Itoadg naval Hays, Charles II. Carpenter, William John H. Welsh, Secretary, base they had witnessed the fall of Harry B. Waller, Treasurer. L. Porter, J. Stephenson, Ed Wilenplane In Chesapeake Bay, liams, and John Kennedy. confronting Z-- Monday morning, April 2lsl, the members of the Normal department wero telling how Ihcy were going to beat Vocational in tho baseball game that was lo como off that afternoon. The ganio camo off, but the celebration thai night at supper was held In an entirely different dining room from the ono that tho Normal hnd expected. From the first of tho game it was plain to see that the Normal boys were outclassed. Up lo tho ninth Inning Vocational held them to a score of nineteen to three, then they became too confident and lot the Normal have six runs, making the final score nineteen lo nine. In the lat half of the eighth inning Voca tional made nine runs, Fry orossinsr tho plate two times. With the ex ceplion of the nlnlh inning tho Vo catlonal boys played very good ball. Nowlin, however, led in batting, got tinp a home run, n two bagger, and a single during the game. Ono mor" game remains to bo played bofore the Vocational boys arc in tho ser ies. METHODISTS CHANGE DATE CAMPAIGN FOR $35,000,000 IN M. CHURCH, SOUTH, CENTENARY , DRIVE WILL OE HELD MAY 18 25. E, (I liavo been In this country than four years. So my knowlcdgo In English Is very young, and I neither can uso rcllned English nor can present freely tho picture of Korea's sorrow in fullest degree. I shall bo very much obliged if the reader will sympathize with mo nnd glvo nn effort to understand me in my subject.) less, Church, South, recently. Tho chango In this data Is of wldo Import to all Methodists who are, nl this time, lining up plans of definite action reRardlng their part as Individ uals In tho campaign. Dr. W. R. Ileau. champ. Secretary of the Ccntenarr CommlMilon, stated today that ho an'! 13.1 111 110 iir !r Ko-ic- an W 110 110 1113 111 10 rm 10 10 10 11 10 Tho America won tho war. mighty guns of democracy leveled the power of militarism nnd blew away Iho perilous clouds of autfv-rar- y nnd Imperialism. America freed tho nations that were oppressed. Now America sings tho triumphant the Intrigues of China, llusln and have f imii with my own eyes, and hos-n- iil song of democracy, rings tho Lib Japan, all of whom kept old China . thinly veiled has been tho of the lower of tho game, nnd later tho lllll"' tdity and imolniire erty Bell for the world, nnd pro-- 1 tests for the rights and the sclf- - people to tho south havo bested olnsa Japanese toward myseir ati'i bear-Kor- ea delermlnntion of the smalt nation.'. llussln nt Intrigue, as at arms. So nil the other foreigners that in In mind the repented assaults lay at the mercy of Japan. Will Ihe sounds of tho song of free"It did not suit tho purposo of the hkui while men known to me, I dom and the echoes of tho Liberty Bell reach out to Korea? I wonder latter, and It would really havo been t have goue armed daily for tho first if Ihe sweeping waves of America's impolitlcnl to annex Korea at once, time in my life. "From nil Parts of tho country levo will not overflow throughout The laller was an independent nn- the "Land of the Morning Calm." lion, having treaties with the great nine tho reports of Iho forcible Oh! America, lover of humanity nations of tho earth. But, in on.' diH?essimi of Koreans from their and tho savior of tho oppressed, way and another, Japan's control homes in order that they may bo listen to the mournful cry nnd the increased to the degree that, in occupied by tho Jnpnnese. Military murmur of Korea under tho op- November, IU05, she offered to Ko- - necessity has been tho convenient rea n treaty giving tho actual man- - pretext under which thousands of pression of the Japanese tyranny. Korea Is called "Hie Hermit ngement of the nation's affairs over arres have been seized without of compensation nnd thousands Kingdom" by the western people. into the hands of the Japanese. I .suppose it means that Korea is 'This incident wns sensational Korenna. compelled lo work with-enouto satisfy the most jaded nut pay. And military operation., not known lo the world. So is her litera- - en a large scale, really aro In cvl-tnsorrow unknown to tho world. No- lover of Marquis Ho, the Japaneso donee In many parts of tho land." twithstanding the dulness of my who had under- -; English, I am attempting to reveal Itesldent-Genern- l, Let us review for a few moments to you the unknown sorrow of "The taken the rehabilitation of Korea, ihe Japane.o cruelty in persecuting In 10 If, Hermit Kingdom." I cannot be still led a company of Japanese soldiers the Korean Christians. o ami walch Korea dying. My. sym- into tho cabinet meeting where sal Terautehi, governor-generin Korean King and his counselor'.' rea, nrresled 137 Christians, the pathy for the oppressed nation practically Iradlng Christian workers, teachers thrills my soul and moves my pen. This treaty which Since Korea became the hunting brings to an end Korea's existence and students. The following letler ground of the Japanese, her sor- as one of the two oldest nations on from a missionary tells how tho row is uppermosL Tho perilous the earth, was offered to the Kin? Japaneso tortured the Korean Chrls-nn- d clouds of tho Japanese tyrnnny overcabinet to sign. They refused, tinns: shadow the humble kingdom, "the The Japaneso urged, nrgtiod, cajoled, "Seoul, Koren, July 3, 1012. nation,'' which en- blustered, threatened peace-lovin- g nil in vain.1 "One neer knows when a letter joyed Us liberty for more than four The cabinet meeting was di'solvc l will be opened by the Japanese, nnd thousand years. Her sorrow is not and the Japanese efforU continued we have fell that, up to the present Some of the time, It would only make them less than that of Belgium. Bel- with individuals. i harder gium's sorrow is past, but Korea's wenfer men were overcome. on the poor prisoners and "Then Marquis Ito ordered nn-- 1 more suspicious of us than they nre. sorrow is growing more and more, Concerning tho lawlessness of tlio other meeting, but the Primo Min- - lo make public many things that Japanese, let us recall an article ister refused to conveno it. TIM have happened which was written by Mr. Homer B. Japanese went nhead anyway, with-- ! "In the spring the Japanese began HulberL nn American, who has out a properly called cabinet ses- - making arrests of our school boyi Tho Minister of Finnnco here in Seoul. Nearly nil the lived for many years In Korea. Mr, sion. d, and tho Prime Minister unles, who wero strong Christian Hulbcrt declared that Japnn's wtiolo dealing with Korea has been "a slapped him in Iho faro and called boys, wero arrested from around in him a traitor. The ifimo Minister lhc country where they were teach-hims- elf tissue of falsehood." never signed the 'treaty': ing. They were charged with somo 'Tho murder of tho queen nnd the forcing upon Iho emperor of a neither did tho King. Tho latter indefinite plots against the govcrn-nfterwa- rd gavo out a Idler, under menl. Several of those arrested and cnbinet of hirelings in 1895, tho promiso of autonomy in 1001, the his own seal, declaring that ho hal tried were banished, some wore er signed, nnd that the treaty fenced for a period 6f ears in pris-w- as protestations of regard for tho imnull and void. From four di- - on. at hard labor, ami a few wero perial family, the usurpntion of Korea's right?! in 1005, nnd the bland tinct nnd trustworthy sources I released, but all, I think, testified to proclamation to tho powers that have had assurance, whilo in Seoul, having been bealen and tortured In t was entirely satisfactory to the thai the story really happened n various ways to make them testify, Korean Government, the further related above, nnd that tho King Is Many of them were perfectly inpromiso to preserve the interest of still opposed to the Japanese usur- - nncent, though a few may have been Korea, and finally tho underhand patinn of power. The Japaneso of- - leaders of a secret society that may forcing of the abdication on n plea flcials refused lo let mo seo the havo had somo plans for freeing that Ihcy havo since declared falso King, although I asked permission, Korea some day fnom Japan. All by their own act, all those things of Marquis Ito himself. I was in- - that we havo ever heard of lhprovo duplicity of the lowest nnd formed by those in close touch with plans of these societies which his majesty that lie would bo will-- ( werd mainly composed of school most contcmptihlo kind. "Tho wholo cause of Japan In Ing nnd glad lo glvo audience to an boys was that they enthusiast journalist. But the King ally, urged every one to study and Korea has boon tho sublimation of ' cupidity. Somo say tho building N a prisoner in one of his own prepare themselves in years to como mucn, palaces; nobody is allowed to sen to bo ready to control their own of a railroad compensates government when thoy should bo but the land on which it was built him without a Japaneso permit. "We do not treat street curs in free. Of rourso no Christian was stolen from the people, while na tho lowest Jnpnncso renn ever had nny thought of io tho Japanese hid behind tho Korean feels freo to treat n Korean dor or assassination Jn mind. Ono Governmonfi nnd said that It was lo blarno for the theft. Go to Korea gentleman. Only this morning the of our graduates, by tho way, was and seo what has been done toward Japaneso por'er carrying my bag beaten to death In prison nt this belter government; seo tho black wauled to pass an elderly Korean, lime. Another, whom wc bellcvo guard that tho Japaneso havo who stood with his back toward us, impllritly. was hung by the thumbs Did Iho until ho was unconscious seven chosen from among tho Koreans to In tho railway station. turn lo ono side or ask Ihe ferenl limos. This is tho system' form tho personnel of Iho government; see tho lesson or greed and other to move? Not he; with an of this beautiful and civilized he gavo tho man n try. Peoplo during tho past year lechery and deceit which the Japaneso aro tenching tho Koreans; seo shovo that knocked him nut of tho hnve been brought up to Seoul from what has becomo of tho mines, tho way. That sort of thing is so gen- - all over Kore i 'as witnesses', so they fisheries; tho forests, tho harbors, eral that tho si.xty thousand Jnp- - wero told. As soon as thoy reached' the salt works, and you will Hn-- l anoso now in Korea aro feared by Seoul, However, Ihcy wero thrown' out what Japan Is capablo of in tho tho twclvo million Koreans to tho into prison, whero they lived on the way of selfishness, and you will point of abjection; for an appeal to rold slono floors, nover any heat. discover tho moral quality of a Japaneso olllclal Justice seems lo Twleo a day n bucket of poor rico-brlnnothing but Increased Iron- - and beans was brought In by a government which places no check' guard, and a haiulful of it thrown blc. upon the rapacity of Us people. "A Japanoso broko into tho house nt each prisoner. Thoy wero not "Korea is a sullloicnt object lesson Korean allowed lo speak to each other, nnd to show what Japan actually is be- of an English-speakin- g neath theso now garments of civili whom I know, because tho latter in this way they passed several zation which sho lias put on. If tho would not sell his property at tho weeki. (Finally they wero taken Jnpaneso should turn about ond Japanoso figure, and smashed the before Oendarmery Court, ono at Tho procedure thoro was that begin to treat Ivoroa as wo aro furniture, ornaments, and n hanging treating tho Philippines, it would lump. Tho Korean, with 'tho help of a series of questions which wero mean a bloody rovolutlon on tho of another, tied tho offender to a asked about plots to nssassinjito tho or plots against peoplo chair and sent for n policeman. Oovornor-Oenera- l, part of tho Japaneso They aro so deter When the latter n Japaneso enme Oovornmenl. If the boys nnd mon Ihemsolvcs. mined that Korea is tho LI Iho only crlmo ho would consider said thoy did not know, or denied Dorado whero wealth can ho ac- was that of a barbarian lying up n tho accusation, thoy wero tortured quired merely by wresting It from civilized man; and ho look awny ns In various and barbarous ways. weak Koreans, that nny ono who evldenco tho ropo with which Iho Sometimes, after thoy becamo decomes, between them nnd tho bono Korean had committed this hoinous lirious, thoy would assent to everythoy nro picking will havo to offensol Is it any wonder, as ono thing. Then, after a few weeks, of tho leading natives in all Korea thoy wero sent up to Iho procurator. reckon with their teeth." Let us. rend what William T. Ellis said .to mo, that tho villagers Thcro thoy wero nsked tho samo If thc.y denied tho wrolo in 1007, threo years before throughout tho country would questions. tho annexation of Korea to Japan: rather seo tho black death enter charges horo thoy wero sent back "Such a nation, concerning its geo their community thnn a Japanese? to tho gondarmos, whero thoy wero "So much of this sort of thing tortured till they again nsscnted graphical position, could not ho (Contlnntd en Pigs Tbrts) otherwise than a fertllo field for gh er re. 1 nl Ko-thgrad-yignescn-nevica inur-Cooldif-coo- lio The dnto for tho Methodist On ternary financial cnmpnlgn has chanped ot Centenary drive, ho knows he wl'.t to May from April 27 May nnd hoarty cotlclal announcement ot which U bi'lnp havo the Immediate secretaries, made throughout tho lcnRth nn.l operation of all ronferenro representatives and nil breadth of Method! un today. Several directors, field with tho cnmpalRn. weeks ago It was found necessary to workers connected The Methodist Centenary financial to change tho April dato In ordor not religious camInterfere with tho (lovcrnment plan campaign Is the largest tho for tha forthcoming Victory Loan paign undertaken In tho history of milDrive. Tlio selection of nnothrr date world One hundred nnd fifteen pas hce'n held In abeyance ponulnRtho lion do'lars Is the goal set Southern decision from Washington which was Methodists pledging themselves to forwarded headquarter of the M. E raise thirty flvo million of that sum. 1S-2- other Centenary workers at headqtinr ters have. throiiRh Secretary Cartor Class, pledged the loyal support of all Southern Methodists to tho Rovcrr. ment at this crurlal hour nnd that In as n dato for the setting 'May - rV April 21, 1010. TAP. CITIZEN When T nln't Page Three. fish-de- O lc(nolirncnl lo ilolnolinicnl, camp' lo for Ills vacation, nnd 1 was very camp.'nnd fori lo fort, for tlio comlad to sw him. r introduced hfm munication iuhI trnnsporlntlon of lo Doctor liners. Doctor Hoers asked tliorr soldiers. Hut- tlio roads nro Uio missionary about tlio Jnpanoso actually liullt by tlio Koreans as trouble upon tho Koreans. they shed llinir blood nnd tears. "Well," tho missionary said, (ho Tliey suffer painfully by tlio. heavy diil not seetn 0 Hko lo discuss tlio labor ns llin Hebrews woro nflliclrd Jnpanosu's contemptible, policy). under tho labor of tho Kgypllaiii. you probnbly know how tlio silua- -' It relleels iii my memory unit in-- ; tlon is 1 hmm i;nrn. ungrat eful and boastful Japanese will have freedom some day." bosses cruelly laid down switches And n Utile laler I met another IN SILAS and paddles upon the Korean la- returned missionary whom I know borers. Thousands and thousand well, and asked her if sho would of acres of the rich rice fields were like lo make some speeches to the laken from the people to build the people here in Amorfun conoorning roads on, and the Japanese Govern- the Japanese Interference with tho AUTHOR Of ment paid not a single penny. It or Christianity and Utti HOIDEH. Ml AND I. DARUL Of THE tlUUD ISltt was no less than robbery. and their political inlrlguot UttlMO UP VITH UUit, tTC ETC Korea built the first railroads in t'pon the Korean people. eomuMt MMinMwnKiivM itaa the country. After the annexation, "No!" she said. She was almost SYNOPSIS. ord? What !o you fhlnk of tho soul of course, the railroads were laken "Don't you know that there w" ' In him? What kind of work Is best and monopolized by tho Japanovi nie many Japanese in this country? ClIAPTnil I riorton Dtynes, orphan, for II? If you will let me maybe w taken to lira with Ma uncle, Peabodr Government. The Japanese extend- They would report me lo their govnnd hla Aunt Deel on a farm on can help the plans of Ood a little. Thnt JJ .r i in ed the railroads not to bring a ernment if I should make speeches lit E.Mf at t JUttleroad In a nelstitiorhood called Is my btnlncss nnd yours. Thanking about the yrar !:(. Ilarton meeta civilization to the Korean people Japan. If I offend the JapBally Ihinkelbery, about hla own aRe, but you for reading this, I nm, ns ever, socially of a claae above the Ilaynrapa, but to increase their own wealth anese it would mean that I can go "Uods immble servant, la faaclnated by the pretty fare and nnd commerce: to push their arms back to Korea no moro. Yo well "KATI3 FUM.UltTO.V." and rine clothes. Into Siberia, Manchuria, and China; remember the case of Mr. Gillett "Why, this Is the writing of tho SiCIIAPTnn meeta Itovln (o ttccomplisli their imperial ambi- who hnd to leave Korea sadly." Ka'e, known In the neighborhood aa the lent Woman," I said beforo I had read Mc. Hllent Woman." Amoa Urltnahaw, jrounr tion. aon of the rlcheat man In the township. tho letter half through. Gillett, who was general secretary !a a vliltor at the llaynea home, and "Hovln Kntc?" Japan says, boastfully but falsely, at tho Y. M. C. A. in Seoul, once disItovlnx Kate telle the forlunea of the two "Hovlng ICnto; I never know her oth boya, predicting a brlaht future for liar-to- n to the world that sho is doing cussed critically lo the world tho on the callows for Amoa. rr name, but I saw her handwriting and death Heproved for an aot of boylah mlnchtef wonderful works in educating the most inhuman .persecution of tho Ilarton runa awy. Intending to make hH long ago." Koreans. Let us stop here for a Japaneso upon the Korean Chrishome with the Dunkelbcuta. He reaches "Hut look this Is a neatly written, the vlllaee of Canton and falla Into a moment and consider the real aims tian. The Japanese Government letter nn' tho sheet Is ns Bleep of exhauitlon on a porch. There ha la found by flllaa Wright. Jr., promt white and clean ns tho new snow. Un of tho Japanese education in Korea. warned him to leave Korea in spile pent man In pubio afTalra. who, knowing canny woman I They say she carries There are two distinct aims. The ol his sympathy loward the poor 1'eatxx.y llaynea, takea Ilarton homo after buying him r.jw clothca. the power o' God In her right hand first aim is lo destroy tho Korean wretched people, and his departure So do all tho wronged." national spirit and assimilate tho was a great loss to us. Being afraid CTTAPTnTl and hla uncle "I wonder why Kato Is asking about and aunt vlait Canton nj hear Sllaa people lo the Japanese. To illus- of this fact, tho missionaries, who wrlght read a. sermon. me," I said. trate this, I may say that the Jap- know well tho sad condition of our "isever mind the reason. She Is your laa ClfAPTKIl Wright evince, anese Government absolutely for- people, do not write to reveal Komuch Intercut In Ilarton, and eenda a box friend and let us thank God It. of booka and magazlnea to the Ilaynea Think how sho enmo to ycr help for bids tho teaching of Korean history rea's sorrow to the world. In tho I Remember home. The election of Hilda Wright to My First Task Wa Mend-Inand language in any school and al"Korea is "the bone of the Eastern old barn an' say a thousand prayers, the United Btatca aenata la announced. the Wheelbarrow. my lad." lows only those textbooks which are continent. By tho evil star of tho CnAPTKIX Ilarton la twelve Having como to tho first flight of cleaner. I remember thnt my first reara old he txcomei aware of the written in Japanese. The second Koreans it has been arranged that of a mysterious aim is lo make the young people their land is to be the Switzerland power known wonderful and and learna the uplands, bo left mo with many a task was mending the wheelbarrow. aa Money." klnil word how much they mean to how, through hla posaeaalun of that won"I don't know what Silas would do of Korea their tools and to meet tho of the Far East territory to bo derful thing Orlmihaw la the moat power- a hoy who Is choosing his way with a If he wero to get homo and find his ful and greatly dreaded man In the needs' of their own selfish interest. fcught for forever, but ono that no wheelbarrow broken." said she. "It Is moat of the neuters being In hla growing senso of loneliness I In the peninsula, there is not a sin- nation can cither itself possess or debt After a vlitt to the Ilaynea home I reached the warm wolcomo of our nlmost on Inseparable companion ot Mr. Wright leavea a note In a aoalrd engle college established by the Jap- allow any other to hold." velope, which Ilarton la to read on tho little home Just In time for dinner. his." Those who aro familiar with the anese, whilo thrco colleges are frit night when he leavea home to at- They were expecting mo and It was a Tho schoolmaster and his family tend school. regular company dinner chicken pie were Ashing nnd camping upon- - the established by the American Board history of tho missionary enterprise CHAPTER la aiked to and st raw berry shortcake. river, nnd so I lived nt the senntor's of Foreign Missions. Tho Jap know thcv fact that Korea has mado drive a load to mllL arrlvea safely, but How well I remember that hour with house with Mrs. Wright and her mothIn a anowatorm, unable to are the road, anese have put all the public and tho most wonderful record in tho the horsea get Into the ditch and a tho doors open and tho sun shining er until hi Arrived. What n wonderful (Continued next week.) private schools under their absoluto foreign mission fields. Mr. John U. wheel of the wagon la broken. Uncle brightly on the blossoming fields nnd houso It wn In my view I I was nwed l'eabody man He" to get together 'control and mado special laws to Mott said: "Beyond any question enough to aatlafy Orlmabaw and obtain the Joy of man and bird and beast In by Its size nnd splendor, Its soft caran extension. deal with their own schools in or- this can be made a Christian nation tho return ot summer and the talk pets nnd shiny brnss and mahogany. THE UNKNOyVN SORROW OF THE about the late visit of Alma Jones and Yet It wns very slmulc. der to prevent tho educational ac- if the Christian Church continues CirAPTRTt VII-N- ow In hla sixteenth HERMIT KINGDOM Ilarton accompanies "Mr. l'urvla." Sir. nnd Mrs. Lincoln! tivities of the high ideals. Many to make the most of its advantage. I hoed the garden and cleaned Its hired man, to the poetotflce at Can(Continued from Page Two) While we wcro eating I told them pnths and mowed the doorynrd ton. On the way they meet a rider, and and did One boy went through this several schools which opposed these new I came away from Korea believing three journey together. They ara about the letter of old Kate. some painting In tho house. laws were harshly forced to shut that if Christianity were to die out fthe up by a man with a gun, who makea "FuIIertonl" Aunt Deel exclaimed hlghwayman'a demand of "Your The senator returned to Canton that times. their gates. Three years ago, the in America and. Europe, it oxlsta money or your life." lurvla runa away, "Are yo sure that was tho name, Bart?' "Before the trial began, nino of evening on the Wntertown stage. He while the atranger drawa a pistol, but bemissionaries in Sooncbun, a mission with such vitality in Korea that it "Yes." fore he can u It the robber ahoota and greeted mo with a fatherly warmth. the prisoners wero exiled without station which "Goodness gracious sakes olive 1" is near to my home, would ultimately spread from there kills him. Ilarton'a horae throws him Again I thai strong appeal to my trial. The report is out that tliey and runa away. Aa the murderer bends lo our shores and Sho and Uncle Peabody gave each eye In felt Dver the atranger Ilarton throwa a atone his broadcloth nnd flno linen were maimed and crippled by tli built two lino schools. One for tho other looks of surprised Inquiry. which he observea wounds the thief, who boys and the qllier for the girls, to itself." But now, Christianity in In the splendid tortures so they nnd beaver lint and oil at once, but not until Ilarton did not dare bring eVlueate "Do you know anybody by that tho Christian children of Korea suffers from the Japanese Eakea dignity nnd courtesy of his manners. that hla gun slock waa broken them up beforo tho public peculiar manner. Search of the name?" I asked. directly and indirectly. Has Japan 'Tve had good reports of you. Bart. that section. But there arose "We used to," said Aunt Deel ns she Eelghborhood for the robber la unavailing "There is no doubt but that it is la burled. serious conflict between the mis tho right lo mako laws to control resumed her eating. "Can't be she's and I'm very glad to see you," he said. ui unuixu uuu ugauisi sionaries and tho Japanese Govern the Korean church? And moreover, "I believe your own marks havo CHAITKtl Vm-Ilarleavea home to ' the missionaries. Over and over ment, caused by attend Michael Meckel's school. Amoa one o' tho Snm Fullertons, can It?" tho Government supports tho JapOrlmntiaw Is arrested charged with the "Oh, proh'ly not." said Uncle l'ea been excellent In tho Inst year." I ven - apajn u,e prisoners were asked such the schools, were the school law, and anese Buddhist Mission in Korea. murder of the atranger. body. "Hack East they'll more Fuller shut by a barbar nrestions as,, 'Did you not confer ous act of tho Japaneso Government Tho Buddhist missionaries wero .... t L CHAPTKn seek a to tons tin ri ye could shake a stick at." with missionaries about tlio plot to bribe Ilarton to be silent about hla A week later we had our raising. The Japanese established many pub sent into every county of Korea havteaeher has been very kind to me," ho wounding the murderer ot the man killed Did not Uncle I'enbody did not wnnt n public laughed. "What havo you been study- kill tho Governor-Genera- l? on th road. The otter la spurned. lic schools to convert tho Korean ing tho government grants of the tho missionaries give you the .pistol raising, but Aunt Deel had hud her ing?" youngsters into slaves ot, Mikado, publio lauds and capitals. Shall tho CHAPTRft of Ben Orlm-haway. We had hewed nnd mortised nnd aeek to kidnap Ilarton. or do worse, "Lntln (I always mentioned tho to kill but 'did they found any schools Korean church continually suffer lie la warned by ''Silent Kate." and es- bored the timbers for our new home. first), algebra, nrlthmetlc, gram- ' "But wo all comfort ourselves bv ranking capes. with the technical schools under tlio Japanese sovereignty, or The neighbors came with pikes and mar, geography and history." the thought that God rules, and Ho shall sho havo freedom to evange-liz- o CHAPTER o" colleges? Aunt Peabclr, Christ-ma- I neiteu to raise nnd stay und cover He nsked about my ntint nnd undo will not allow His church lo suffer Deel and the nelghbora celebrated them. A grent amount of human kind-- I the people into a Christian na"Old Kate" la one of the party. Our privileges of tho educational end I told him of nil that had befallen ,t all lias snne goml ,)Urpogo in it ness went Into the beams and rafters tion? ! CHAPTER and Sally will result in good. Our hearts world are taken. We havo no freeof that home and of others like It. I lir, save the one TK I am not going lo say much about formally pledge their troth. knew that The Thing was still alive spoken only with him and Solly. are aching for the dear Korean pris dom of speech or of press. How can tho recent tragedy of Korea which "1 shall go up to see thera soon,' ho wo educate our peoplo in a foreign In the neighborhood, CHAPTER XHI-O- ld Kate's silent but but even thnt oners and for all they havo suffered unrelenting pursuit of Old Hen Orlmshaw I has been occurring since the declaulil not paralyze the helpful hands of Mild. tongue? lias Its effect, and goaded beyond endurvillage, bad Pray for them, for tho church, and The people of the little ration of independence, because you tno.se people. Indeed, what was said ance, arlmshaw dlea aa the "Silent WomThe young poplo In Korea, as us an" polnta at him. of my Uncle l'eabody was nothing learned that he preferred to be let for the V'apanese. All this only aro familiar with it. The situation more or less than a kind of converon alone when he hnd Just returned over proves how pitiably tho Japancso ual in any country, have tho vig demands tho world's notico and in orous enthusiasm and desire to fol tlnnal firewood. I cannot think that the long, wearisome wny from tho need llio Gospel. Poor people!" quiry. BOOK THREE scene of his labors. So wo bad tho any one really believed It. Has Janan resented todav? Her low the ideals of tho new world. Soldiers aro said to havo cut off to ourselves. Ior.iU nm Their ambition to reach tho high croedinnk t.n.l hlnniUVto had a cheerful day. A barrel of eenuiB tho hands of the school girls for f ... fra Wlilif tintnr-- irnnn. nftnr Ihft . ..- Which Is the Story of the Chosen hard rider bad been set up In the door- hii. tTirtrn aivuuiij Ilinn m'nn plane of civilization is very great. Mwb 'v...j clnn.lilt. iiiwii innu vj . 1 p."" "o holding up tlio. manifestoes. .Many jam. ami I remember that some drunk uiii wurit, went to uuu eurij uuu, ui " foV'- ho Japanese kill our men But, alas, their freedom and oppor-t- t innocent persons Ways. his request. I snt with the senator by havo been bayonet- It too freely. Tho of the men nity. is checked, their activities led by persecution, by imprisonment, tho enraged soldiers. Tho ns they lifted on tho pikes and the the fire for an hour or so. I have al-- 1 CHAPTER XIV. and by oxilo. Today tlio prisons of lifo aro restrained, by the Jap missionaries have sound ot tho hummer and beetlu rang wuys thought It n lucky clrcumstnnce, been insulted and in me nir from morning until night. fot ho nsked me to tell of my plans are filled by Korean patriots. The anese. In this world of civilization. llio Christian churches havo been Uncta Peaboda Way and Mine. gave me advlco and encourago- - Koreans' lovo for their country, ns the Korean young people aro exclu nud Mrs. Itodney wrecked. It Is a liuil thing to bo under a heavy came to help llarnes and Mrs. Dorothi- irent which havo bad a marked effect it is Aunt Deel with tho cookuniversal in any nation, is so sively unden tho shadowy clouds of obligation to one's self of which, thank lug Japan began massacroing in Koand a great dinner wns served on uiMin my career. Thoy an rea. Over 1,000 unarmed people sincere and burning' that they often tho conquerors' peril. God, I ii m now ncrjultted. I havo an Improvised I remember telling him thnt I wished table In tho doorynrd, hopelessly imprisoned in tho bond- killed known men who wens their own worst in Seoul during thrco hours' to be a lawyer and tny rensons for It. adventurously set forth tho politi where the stovo was creditors. Kverythlug they earned shingles and sheathes set up. The He told me thnt a lawyer was either a cal movements against tho unlaw age of the Japanese tyranny like the dffnonstration. troops, Japaneso and clapboard went swiftly to satisfy tho demnnds pest or a servant of Justice und thnt fulness and terror of tho Japanese spring bird in tho cage. Many of fire brigades and civilians aro were on before tho day 'ended. of vanity or prldo or appetite. I havo Uncle l'eabody and I put In the his chief aim should bo tho promotion reign. Oil! what falls upon tho pa the young people want to como over shooting and beating peoplo merciseen them literally put out of houso good will in his commun- - trlots! Tlio Japanese swortl and lo America lo obtain tho high edu lessly it penco throughout Korea. Thoy killand home, thrown neck and crop Into floors and stairway and partitions. Ity. He and promised to try nnd nrrango tho street, ns It were, hy ono or tho Moro than once In the days we were for my accommodation In bis ofllco In mi(;lit fall upon them as tho sudden cation. bi)t the Japancso Government ed several thousand s,inco tho 27lh. working together I tried to tell him I bunder-storover-swatho stern does not givo them the passports. Churches, schools, homos of leaders other of theso heartless creditors the autumn nnd meanwhile to lend mo Many, who each n grasping usurer with unjust what Sully hud told me, but my cour- Homo books to lo this country in destroyed. Women mado naked and whllo I was at forest. Tho lovers of Korea strug read age fulled. claims. glo and shed tholr tears In vain, recent years, had lo escape. Mnny beaten beforo crowds. Tlio imTho day came, shortly, when I had home. I rcniemher that Rodney llarnes Ileforo wo go to bed let us havo n nnd tho only result to them is the of tho unforlunato ones wero arrest prisoned being sovoroly tortured. called for my chest and mo that flno to speak out, und I took the straight ed by tho Japaueso in thoir escape, Doctors "Will sentence of death or lifo imprisonaro forbidden to caro for morning In early June when I wus to way of my duty as tho needle of the settlement,"sitsaid tho senator. thero ment. r.nd somo of thpm aro now living tho wounded. down nt the table It was the end of ou kindly Bo hack to tho hills, my year's work In compass pointed. and mako up n stutument of all tho Some time ago, tho Hov C. T. oxilo life. school being ended. I elected to walk, n summer day nnd we hud watched the What shall bo done for this natime you have, given me?" Hales, of Tokyo, wrote that Japan tind tho schoolmaster went with mo dusk 1111 the valley and como creeping Wo aro exceedingly grateful to tion or slxteon million souls? Shall I mndo out tho statement very neat ,,, live miles or nwro across tho flats to up tho slant, slaking tho bowlders and IlinrvoIous t,nBS j Kopoa the Government of tho United Stale it perish under tlio iron heels of .....1 ."fully and put It In his f thorn tops In Its flood, one by one. As .. 1' tho slope of tho high country. iujiuiiii peupiu. r uiu iilln,iH ooinu una for her great sympathy and wel- - the Japancso or shall it sharo tlia "Soon tho senator will ho comity?" we sat looking out of tho open door ' Jl,I". 'lor tlio Jap-wlome in that she has kindly allowed Joy of the world's liberty ns n "Thatlswelldone."snldbo."l8ballls,ol,!,rU's ho remarked. "I havo n long letter mat evening I told them what Sully our students to laud in this country Christian nation? We, too, havo you to stuy until tho day after to-- 1 m.c.30 influence, becamo tho from him and no asks nbout you and hud told me of the evil report which Lot us consider for a without passports. If you will. So you will pleuso Japanese, the right lo bo freo because "all your aunt and undo. I think that tic's had traveled through tho two towns. moment whether Japan jis doing In recent years, the sad conditions peoplo which naturally belong to"Damn, little souled, narrer co- add another day." you, hoy." fond o' "I wlsho'ou would let mo know wheu ntracted" Undo l'eabody, speaking In ,i amended the statement and no pnia r"nlly marvelous things for 111 Io- - of tlio Korean peoplo nro hardly gether by raco, religion, languugi?, u low, sad tone, but with' deep feeling, mo tho hnudsomo sum of seven dollars, roan people r for her own self. Did known to the world. A missionary und ho comes," I mild. historical tradition should have I remember thut nfter I went to my Japan build the railroads, highways. said: 'Tho associate press man hero the tight of T urn suro ho will let you know, cut off this highly promising opinion by tho way, I hnvo heard from before It was halt expressed, and rose room thnt night I stitched up tho open- ni'iilury camps, and fortresses for is no good. and, Iu is undur tho JapOh I Amorca, help us to bo Tree. Obi ing In my jacket pocket, which conanother friend o' yours, my lad. Yo'ro und went to the water pall and drank. In fact, nothing goes out Ainerica. bo tlio emancipator or our "As long ns wu're honest wo don't tained my wealth, with the needle nud tho welfare of the Korean peoplo? anese. a lucky one to havo so many friends-e- uro Certainly not. but what tho authorities havo fixed nation. Wo aro thirsty for tho freeyo are. Hero, I'll show yo tho euro what they say," ho remarked us thread which Aunt Deel had put In my buudle, nnd slept with the jacket unTho Japancso built tho roads for up lo suit thomsolves." When tho dom that tho Pilgrims loved; wo aro letter. There's no reason why I he returned to his chulr. their military purposes. A largo American visitors or the newspaper hungry for the liberty that God gavo "If they won't believe us, wo ought der my mattress. shouldn't. Yo will know its writer, to show 'em tho papers ayes." said number of tlio Japancso army id men come to Korea, the Government to all mankind. Wo hoartily approbably, I do not." CHAPTER XV. So saying bo handed mo this letter: Aunt Deel. divided Into divisions and detach- reooives tboin in a ilattoring diplo- peal to you Americans becatiso you "Thunder an' Jehu I I wouldn't go I ments to occupy tlio various sections matic manner and tells them hypo- are tho leading nation of tho world, "Canterbury, no Use My Own Compass at a Fork In 'round the town tryln' to prove that 1 of tho peninsula. Tho thrco largo di- critically what Japan is wonderfully with sympathy, Justice, and right1. the Road. "Dear Sir. I am Interested In tho nln't u thief," said Undo l'eabody. "It Swiftly now I move ucross tho bor- visions aro in Mason, Ilyougson, and doing for tho civilization of Korea, eousness. Korea is calling you with boy Darton Hnynes. Good words about wouldn't muko nr. dlffer'nce. They've u voice silent but sorrowful. Shall got to have some thin to play with. der Into manhood u serious, eager, I'yong Yang; tlio camp in I'yeng hiding tlio real facts. him huvo been flying around llko testless mauhuod. It wus tho fashion Yang is tlio largest in tlio world. Last spring. I met a missionary Korea live or dio? The answer depigeons. When school la out I would If they want to use my imnio for n Of tho young those duys. bean bagjet 'em. us. lojig as they, do l.t The Japanese built tho roads from who hail Just returned from Korea pends upon you, AMERICANS! like to bear from Is tho re THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY THE TIME OF WIGHT If they got sore hnnds by nn' by." I never heard him speak of It ngnln. Indeed, although I know the topic wns In hup thoughts It was never In our home but once nfter that, to my knowledge. We sat for n long time thinking nil tho night came on. Thnt week n letter rnmn In mo from tho senator, announcing Hie day ol Mrs. Wright's nrrtval In Cniitnt nnd nsklng mo to meet nnd nsslst her In getting tho hoiixc to rights. I did so She wns n pleasant-fnced- , ntnlablf womnn nnd n most enterprising house Ibnkln. I wouldn't won- - 1 IRVING BACHELLEFC I rrvvii,.. -- 1, lJck-Itvipl- lt. . rton d III-Tla- . IV-8l- Titn y. VI-na- rton Mr. Wright enme up for n day's r Ing In July. My uncle nnd I took him up tho river. While we nle our luncheon he scribed .Inckson nnd spoko of tho mom cheeso which ho hnd kept cm a tnblo In the vestibule of the White Home for his cnllers. He described bis fellow senators Webster, Clay, H'VCS, CnlllOllll and Benton. I reincm- )(,r ,,mt Webster was, In his view, tho lenst of them, although nt his best the greatest orator. We bad n delightful day, nnd when I drove back to the vll u;e wl,h 1,1111 "mt "'k'11 he told mo V'n I.?0V,', K lnt" ,ho ,I1ci! of WrlR,lt iiiiiuwiii niier iinrvesiing, "It will do for n start," he said. "A little later I shall try to 11ml a better plnco for you." My life went on with little In It worth recording until the letter enmc. I speak of It as "the letter," because of Its effect upon my career. It was from Sally, nnd It said: "Denr Hart : It's nil over for n long time, perhnps forever thnt will depend on you, I shall be true to you, If you really love me, even If I have to unit many, many years. Mother nnd father saw and rend your letter. They, my we ore' too young to bo thinking" about love nnd that we have got to slop It. How can I stopjt? I guess I would have to stop living. Hut we shall have to depend upon our memories now. I hope thnt yours Is ns good ns mine. Futher says no moro letters without his permission, nnd ho stamped his foot so hard that I think he must have made n dent In the floor. Talk nbcfut slavery what do you think of that? Mother says that we must wait that It would make father a great deal of trouble If It were known that I allowed you to write. I guess the soul of old Grlmshaw Is still fol lowing you. Well, we must stretch out thnt lovely day as far as wo can. On the third of June, 1841, we shall both be twenty-on- e and I suppose that wo can do as we please then. The day is a long wny off, but I will agree to meet you that day at eleven In tho morning under the old pine on the river where I met you that day and you told me thnt you loved me. If either or both should die our souls will know where to find each other. If you will solemnly promise, write these words nnd only these t my mother Amour omnia vlncit, but do not sign your name. "SALLY H do-olt- - ... cdu-cali- on t ?r i ton w Xl-U- nrle s. XIT-rtar- ton Dun-kelbe- "" ,, ho-oh- !, i.tl 1 m ys sh pro-morro- w, y.ou-.wJi- at Pago Four tub citizen WITH THE CHURCHES Union Church April 21, 1010. Berea College Hospital Ilet Equipment nun-rarlo- nml Service nt Lowest Cost. Wards lor Men and (or Women. rrlvnte Koomi, liaths, hicctrlc Service, Child-birth- Just a few Suits,-Cnpcs- , TI10 Sunday-scho- ol Surgery, Care in , GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE Conts and Hnts left. You can for nil nt 0:15. at II n.m. with classes Preaching sorvlco get a Bargain while they last. Special Come in and visit nn establishment, which la a (rlend In need, and In reach of all the people. RonsRT H. Cowt.F.v, M.pA'iVnicUn Harlan Dimilky, .Nt k, I'livslclnn Christian Church Sunday School 0:15. Mr. Paul Derthlck will preach at regular service next Sunday morn ing. Mrs. Anna I'owkll IIachhtt, R.N., Superintendent Mrs. Hkle.v Stkarn Siiartr, R.N., AsslMnnt CHANCE IN RATES Ileglnnlng March I, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will he $15 to 1 13 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same (it per daj. Ilr Order of 1'rudentlal Committee, Iterea College After Easter Reductions This Week First Baptist Church nt 0:45 n.m. There will ho preaching services next Sunday, April 27, nt 11 :00 a. m. Sunday-school nml 7:.'I0 p. m. The llev. Win. E. llix will preach. All nro cordinlly in vlied to he present. Prayer meeting Thursday evening Supporting the Government the government by "X7E supportingthe Federal Reserve membership in are 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. ftl LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A nt 7:30. EVA WALDEN FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN On page 5 is an announcement B. Y. P. U. sorvlco nt 0:10. Wo extend n hearty wclcomo to nil (0 unite with us in theso scrv Ices. The GREAT SPRING RALLY Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, lino Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Offlce. ad L. 4 N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train No. 31 No. 38 No. 32 3:38 n. m. 12:55 p. m. 1:58 p. m. Wednesday and Thursday, April 12:10 a. m. Train No. 31 21) and 30, will be clean up days in 12:43 p. :n. Train No. 33 Berea. 1:10 p. m Train No. 37 The Mayor urges that every oo do his best to "clean up'' around . ,. i.nn.iJ llfs properly and see that the streets We sell hats and sell them right L. V. Dodge. ..mmiaw You will find nil the latest crca- - inrwi tin- - nni tnrno.i in r.d Mrs. Laura Jones. iM front are clean. on u.o nt the ending of tho war. Somo of curl, on 'uiu do Miss Lceanna Mitchell left last tions from the fashion centers 11,0 da'3 sct so U,at il can bo ,,auIc'1 ad, tho Kentucky towns have already week for Frankfort where she will Eva Wnden's. The first and second grades of the oversubscribed their quota. Wake inva" do private nursing. Mayor Gay uses tho following Training School will run during tho up Berea. Mrs. A. J. Smith and daughter, period of the Summer School, from unis; mis year wc wish to nave Miss Jessie, were Richmond visitors cleaner streets. Will you not sco June I to August 1G, under the OBITUARY Wednesday of last week. supervision of Miss Boatright, Mrs. Cecil Hitter died Wednesday that tho streets in front of your Mrs. B. P. Jones, and Miss Berlin We are glad to witness your appreciation of our bats, Iimrniniy i ii. Full lino of nfiP nrninnr-w- l Property nro clean and snnilnry? King returned to Warren, Sunday, 1,0 nioro careful about scatter. Easter hnts, and children's hats, hiino r cnvnmi cm mnntiie exceptional values in after spending a week in Berea. open nt Mrs. Lnura Jones' store for eam ,lcr husban(l a baby ncarly ing paper on tho streets." You can buy lints any time right Vnolnt. fnwyn ann llinm rwl ... ,. , uu. ovu hif rillini. on. I mnl I. nr. ad. at Eva Wadcn's. Mrs. Alice Coyle of Oklahoma is Mr an(, Mrs Thog IJakpr foUp gjs. ABOUT VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN James Gaines pent tho week end Rcady-to-We- ar Garments friends in Berea this week. iers'an(I 'two' Mothers, besides other , Ma,,ison County's Victory Liberty in Berea with bis family on Center 11 nuotn is $510,000. Mrs. E. G. Walker was in Lexing- - n.iatjvcs an,i many frjcn(g. Battle Tank xho No. 15 street. will be in Richmond, May on Monday, funeral was held this afternoon Misses Smith and Milliard were 2nd. in the interest of tho Loan Bob Bowman was in Lexington (Thursday) at tho Christian church, guests of Mrs. L. A. Watkins on for Ladies and Children. We are receiving new merFour airplanes, two Do Havilands 'ast Monday. conducted by the pastor. Monday night. chandise every day which we will put on sale at a very and two Curtiscs, nro to perfoni You can get anything you want Miss Mary niche, L. & N. operator, over Kentucky towns. The terms of nt Eva Walden's for your mother, or reasonable price. We hope that you will give us the BIRTHDAY PARTY who has been working in Flanigan, sister, wife, daughter, or sweet Miss Maude Bowman and Mitfe this loan arc: is visiting tho Watkins. continuation of your valuable patronage. 10 per cent with application heart, ad Edith Frost, who have been chums Read about the G. A. It. Campllre! 10 A Butter and Cheese demonstra July 15 for ten years, celebrated their birth Mrs. R. F. Sellers, who underwent 20 tion will bo held in tho Vocational days together for the seventh time. Aug. 12 a surgical operation at tho Robinson 20 Chapel today by Miss Ratliff of State. SepL 9 Tho party was between the two Hospital last Wednesday, is getting 20 University. Oct. 7 birthdays, April 1G, nt President along very nicely. 20 Mrs. Mary Rittcr is very sick. Nov. II Frost's homo your summer hat at Eva Get Bo sure to notice the contest an Tho Rev. W. J. Hudspeth attended Thorn tvnrn ninnf Iwnniv nf Ointr ad, 11... Walden's. I i i r r Richmond "i Kentucky I o ji friends present, mid the program nouncement on page 5. Miss Lucretia Muncie, of the this week, composed of games and music. was Foundation department, was called Be sure to rend tho Liberty Lonn WATCH FOR THE CAMPFIRE Tho refreshments were punch and to Lancaster Tuesday by tho illness Wednesday, Mny 11, will be n no- Essay Contest Announcement on "twin" birthday cakes with the of her mother. Dan j. w. H.rado, page five. tnblo day in Berea. Olllcers and PTOMAINE POISONING KILLS 5 "- required number of candles. Oscar Wyalt is in Berea this week Delegates of the Grand Army of tho spent the week end DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Paul Family Found visiting homefolks, after spending with Derthick Republic, Woman's Relief Corps, and Entire West Side of Dead in Home his family in Slanton Berea, Kentucky PROGRESS CLUB on Detroit Eat the winter in Aberdeen, Miss. You will find your Georgetto waist Tho Irnrro Plnh mnf. Willi Mra other patriotic bodies will como Contaminated Food. Wo nro still in lho Ileal Estato II. C. McCreary and wife were you have boon wanting for so long Mnthnnv Inf Tlinps.lnv. flnll Pr.1l " 'u trams. H IS lO DC business. It is getting late to sell . called to L6ndon on account of tha .. " i. .... at Eva Walden's. ad. was answered with current events uua "" mmiing ...... Ootrolt, Mich.. April 21. Flvo por-- farms to bo delivered this Season, win illness of Mr. McCreary's serious comprising nn entire fninllv. reet them. Owners or automobiles non. Announcements have been receiv of tho war. Two excellent papers but we have constant inquiry from neicc. home on the ed in Berea of tho arrival of Halbcrt were read by Mrs. E. F. Coyle and 1,1,(1 loams arc aske(l lo ",oel 11,0 woru found deiul In tlu-lAirs. Laura Jones was in CincinWest side here, nppnrrntly iim ir. re parties wanting to como to Berea Sconco Rowo lah" our mmls nati Monday and Tuesday buying Mrs. E. M. in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lewis. Plans wero corn- - ll0,el or dormitory. visitors 10 uieir sult of ptomaine polsnnlni;, The deni) tljls fall. Now is the time to lit Ilowo at VanWcrt, O.. on ..Intel fnr "Pln.nn ITn M.iv" Mr Ilnrnn. your properly if you want to are Jnmes Deluvlo, his wife. new hats for Easter trade. ad. April 17. Mrs. Ilowe will bo remcm W,..lnn.lr.v nn.l Pl.nrs.Ir.v Anrll oo ''''lat night, ill tile CollegO Cliapel, son. brother nnd ngvd fnlher. Infant Come nnd list it with us, If wosell it. Miss Grova Peters visited with her Kvl. don't l,,ere will bo an claborato campllro, deuce Hint the fmnlly had pnrtuken sell it it aunt, Mrs. Chester Sparks, of Rich- bereil by many Bercans as Miss Coru q,i m n i, i.nnod llni hn nnnfilo don't cost you anything. Newton, a Collego graduato of the 0f Ul0 0ny wjj apj)reciato tho cf- considerable number of speaker or cmitmnlimted food wi.k found In Seo Mr. Bonn nt tho bank when mond, Saturday and Sunday. , . '13. . .. ,, ...... fcrl th0 ,a(li03 arc makin,. to inako will address the utidlenco. Kadi w! iiuune. Tho newest colors in Silk Jersey, class of ' j uuirii iieruuoii speecii win ie snorl anil to til Mrs. Jones is preparing for a big hinrnn n.nm nin.-isnniinrv nml ns ho moves around. Wo still havii Tafetla, anil Messclin petticoats Just May-Da- y Opening in her store, cor- - heauliful and lend all assistance P'n'- - Among tho distinguished Sale srme cheap town property lo offer. to malch your dress or suit on disner Chestnut and Parkway, May 1st. possible in tho work At tho close speakers from abroad will bo ono play at Eva Walden's. Respectfully, """"""uer-iii-Kiiino 01 siyies anu Deauiiiui nf ii,n n,n,.iini- - n snoial hour nnd il!U Arthur Cosby of Red House vl it-- cd pattern BUGGY TOR SALE DEAN & HERNDON, bats from Cleveland and Cin- - ,iii,n110 mfmaim.nnia .nrn ninn,i O- - A. R. Several ladies will have over Sunday in Berea with pans, uu-rExtra good Old Hickory Buggy win do classic ami coruiany in- cinnau. Dealers In Real Estato, Berea, Kjr. friend. camp music. Children will ho on for sale. Call for W. T. Huff. Garden vited. ad. Bo sure lo gel ono of those pnjlly n rn flifi riPiiiFPniii lm Olllco. rllm nd.-- ir in Bo on tho lookout for nil tho items . ' . (lccoraled. fli Sunday was a big day at tlio Tav- white gaberdine wash skirls from hft in The Citizen from now on about $2.98 up, at Eva Walden's. F. L. MOORE'S ern. J uoro wero a great many ad. .. I tho G. A. R. Stato Encnmpment In nlltn r.f.PMna nnxilnr I- pfim i (rnnnl .i iiiiuu i viu ij on a ill nrumu auuio, SHETLAND PONY FOR SALE Mrs Ann Blanton returned to her UiW l('llllll l I'll ft IJUV ' Nico Shetland pony for sale. You home at Panola Saturday, after a Bcren. many places. Thero wore parlies SALE FOR SCHOOL TAX may sco it nt J. A. Oliver's, on Depot splendid visit with friends and relafrom Lexington, London, and Riqh- I, Or somo ono for me, will on ad.-1- 3. street. READ THIS inoiid tives. FOR Monday, May 5, 1919, Get that while skirt you have been Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Johnson nnd en- Roctor and Mrs. Roberts will boing County Court day, between LOCUST POSTS TOR SALE talking about nt Eva Walden's. First Class Repairing ad. tertain their friends at an afternoon Mr. and Mrs. McCob of Sadiovilltf tho hours of 10:00 a. in. and 2:00 p. All Sizes Jim Preston of Indianapolis and tea from four to six o'clock on were guests on Sunday. in., in front of tho court houso in AND For particulars cull on or writo: Chester Preston of Johnston, Tcnn., Friday of M,is week The Dogwood Hull. Annetlo Hardin of Albany, nfohmon(I gcI lho folowln prop. WM. HAYES, are visiting nt the homo of Charlie tree is n bloom and Ihey desire to .V ., was here on Sunday. Fine Line of Jewelry erly to satisfy lho tax duo tho Beroa ad. Big Hill, Ky. Preston, on account of the illness sharo its beauties. They wish tho On Sunday G.0. Evans and wife Graded School, of Berea, Ky for MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. of their mother, Mrs. Zee Preston. friends who read this to consider it and S. M. Sauiloy of Richmond were 1918. . AGENT WANTED Iluy your hat of Mrs. Laura Jones as nn invitation to como as no cards at tho Tavern. $ 2.G0 Lillian Ambrose al.j will bo sent out. Profltablo Town and Collego Agcn fchc appreciates your trade T. G. Gidgo of Wyoming, O., was 1.07 Lou Bolton cy open. Tennyson Trouscr ucu.i the guest of his wlfo hero on 4.75 Vernlp Collins., or Mniir nnnflHrnl Cnno II tmmra It 7.72 W.T.King Burbn Poultry Romedy wonderful seller. "Tennyson Bolt.1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Oberly of Cin 3.02 A. D. Logsdon ad.- 311, Main, Cincinnati, Ohio. cinnati cniiio down by auto from A ftw ilroD. In tha .M . R. M. Mooro drinking wUr care Cincinnati and wero here over Sun- D?C nd prevent whit 2.50 W. T. Poff Ui17dO Jay. aurrlKiea, cnolera and other cbkK 3.10 Guss Stewart dltMKe. Ono CUc. buttla mmket IS EGGS FOR SALE 11. N. MoAvon and family nnd Mr. Killoni of medicine. Tint bottle, 29.07 U. S. Wyatt price 11.20. nuke 31 Kallont. At Lexington wero Edward West of Tho Berea Rhodo Islund Poultry drugslete, or eent tir innil noetDeJJ. LA. WATKINS, Dourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. Assncintion in now nrennrnd to visitors over Sunday. Boys' Knee Pant Suita, a kind with style and Tax Collector, Drug Co. U. Ernest Campbell and bride are furnish aunntitics of eggs for 'Sold by Porter-Moor- o quality not found everywhere. hatching. Theso eggs are nil from staying at tho Tavern. You should also see our new stock of Panama high olnss Hocks, which bnvo been' Mark Sullivun, tho former editor Beginning of PltUburoh. and Felt Hats. November 25 U tho anniversary of inspected by! of Collier's Weekly, stayed several and recommended .. .. 1. t i .i i. tho raising of the English Hag over the pouury speoiuusis ui. mo r. i . uu-le-I days at tho Tavern. diuiu Miss Jean G. MuKinnon, Miss Mar ruins of Fort Duquvsne In 1754. .The of Agriculture. garet Collin, Stato U. inslnictorc, place wus then numed I'ltUbursh, In Divisional secretaries aro: honor of Ilrltulu's fumous prlmo minis- along with Miss. Dorothy Stlnson, William Carl Hunt, Berea. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky fr. It nu'PH Iim irrniit I'rnwtti in Ita S. P. Caudlll, Conwny. and Susan A. Milward, wore guesU proximity to coal und Iron of Mrs. II. G. Coomer, Speedwell. tor sovorai uays. Vust mnBtiltude. Southbound Bailey B. Baxter of Irvine was a of Berea visitor the first of the week, tho Victory Liberty Loan Essay Bo sure to read the Liberty Loan contest for School Children. B nnouncement Essay Contest ou suro to read it. page five. The Rev. Howard Hudson filled tho BEREA EXCEEDS QUOTA IN pulpit nt the Baptist church Sun JEWISH RELIEF DRIVE day Of the $3200 to be raised in Madi- Mrs. H. G. Cox of Coylo was In son County for the Jewish Relief own Friday Berea was to raise $250. Lieut. Earl G. Walker left for I'he people of Berea met in the Chicago Monday, and will return christian Church at the beginning Thursday. of the week, and raised $272 toward Mrs. Laura Jones store is being this fund. rebuilt and will be ready and open ad. for business May 1st. WAKE UP BEREA Mrs. E. E. Knecland, of Harvey, Berea is to raise $75,000 for the is spending somo weeks in Bc- i.ih,.riv innn Ti.n rca as the guest of her sister, Mrs. ucrjptjon, u,us far ,avo not (,CLn thousand, ono hundred and flfty- thrco Sunday-schopcoplo rcquost your presenco at Church and Sun Somcwhcro In Kenol day-scho- lour Hundred and sovenly-llv- n lucky on May 4, 1919 Reconstruction Days follow Wa-rLxcept the Lord build the house, U'cy labor in vain that build it.' Therefore, accept this manifold Berea National Bank invitation 1 CLEAN UP DAYS FOR BEREA a..i. '''" Easter Sales a Success mid-summ- er '3 I ... I B. E. BELUE CO. ' ... "-- ay i r it Wanted and For er ui -- 1 4 I Jewelry Store i Men's and Young Men's Clothing Ji iaV OncDrop ( m 1 1 I go J. M. Coyle & Co. lU-ld-s April 21, 1010. TIIK CITIZKN Page.Flv BOONE TAVERN "The most home-lik- Weather Can't Stop Tanks e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Berca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway Here 'Tis, Boy's and Girls, How'd You Like to See YOUR Name Down in the Corner ? Boy and Girl Writing Best Victory Loan Essays Gets This Picture in Colors, Auto- bean, and it would bo a shame tn have Jack Frost nip them. Let's He-rright make every available fence In A family Newipaper for all that It loaded down with Kentucky irur, and inleretlinf Wonders. They don't ralso the T'ublialmltttrr ThurxUr at Ilrrra, Kr. while onos up in this country nl all. I can't even buy the seeds from BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorpof Bird) llui pees; now what do you think of The Citizen graphed and All Ready for Framing. ea EDITOR, EDUCATOR, AND College WM. C. FROST. tJil.r-ln-Chi- .f thai? I1.M Wl CO LIBERTY LOAN OFFICIAL TO PICK ESSA Y CONTEST WINNERS Woman and Two Men Will Decide Which and Girl Win Gold Medal of Merit In Big -- ssay Writing Contest Boy Every boy and gfrl In this community has the opportunity to win three flno prlxcs. RULES OF CONTEST Subscription Ratei l'AYAIll.K IN ADVANCE Yrar Bli Month Thru Months On or KiprM Money 8nl money br Pott-aAOrder, Draft. Itrclttered Letter, or on ami two lUmpi, rent The date after your name on label ahowa to what date your ubaerlptlon la paid. If it la not changed within three weeka after renewal notify a a. MUalrc numbera will be la.llr supplied If we are notified. IJberallerma clren to any who obtain new till acrlptlona forna. Any one aendinir ua four yearly aubatrlpliona can receive The Cltlten free for one year. Adre rtUlat" ratea on application. LETTER mOM MRS. WAY Dear Boys ami flirls of Tho School Harden Army: Mnylio by llils time little shoots of your cabbage and (onialo plants nro 'beginning lo peep through tho ground tlint is, If you plnnted them as I hope you in your school-roodid. Do you know that I met n farmer yesterday who runs a Irnck farm out here on Long Island, and he is succeeding well, loo, who had his arm cut off above the elbow when lie was n young boy, but he bad tho courage nnd the ambition lo succeed in spite of himself. People here on Long Island are planting their seeds now, although they havo not put in their beans, ns they nro yet afraid of frost. S'om; farmers have peas over six inche high. The fields are a beautiful brown. earth", The sun kisses the and you cannot help hut vision tho wonderful crops that it will produce. They plow tho soil here, oh jo deep, because they want pood crops; then they harrow it until it Ir so lino and smoolh and even. A woman ono of my neighbors -has such a beautiful garden. Her rows run so straight and even. , I expect that you all know how to make even rows. She ties a Ions cord lo two sticks anil then stretches the string across tho garden where she wishes the row to run. In this way she is Aire to get it straight. Of courso good gardeners do. Ibis everywhere, so I expect that some of you will bo trying it, for I am sure Jhat you will make good gardeners. You must be sure In ee that your seeds aro planted Just at the right depth. Tho other day an expert farmer told mo a secret that he had discovered about corn. You all like secrets, and I am sure (lint you won't mind sharing Ibis one. Ho found that seeds planted too deep In his comlleld or not deep enough did not produce as productive a crop as ibose which he planted at just tho right depth. Now here is a myslery for you Jo solve: Find out what the right depth is. I expect it is now timo to put in your onion seeds. Don't be in too big a hurry to plant your Kentucky Wonders. ThoyNiro rather a Inl'j ed I have written to Mrs. Noble about Hie garden supervisors. Some of them may come In school to visit you, but Ihey will bo sure lo vlsil your gardens. I guess that you better organize now, if you haven't al ready done so. Klect a Lieutenant for each street and a captain as the chief commander, under Mr, Spence's and Professor Diznoy's di rection. That will mean six Lieutenants inusl he elecled, ono living on Boone or J. K. street, others living on Pros pect, .Jackson, and Center, and one for Ihe street of which Mrs. Welch and Professor Kean aro supervisors. I can't remember its namo isn't that fiituiy and ono for (ho part of town in which Mrs, Prullt Smith lives and of which she is supervisor, Don't forget that the prir.es will be well worlb working for. Both the prize that Mr. Spcnce has to offer and the one that (he Clio Cluh will give. At least six or seven of you ought to he able lo win a (rip to Lexington, and it will, bo some thing for you to remember all tho days of your life, and it will be something of which you can bo proud. short of a flood the NOTMINO tanks sixteen real which will tour the Fourth Federal Reserve District In the Interest of the Victory Loan, beginning April 14. ' whipThe tanks of the pet type have been loaned by tho War Department together with crews fresh front the western front where they did such efficient work In driving the' Huns toward the Ilhlnc. Members of these tank crews say that no matter how bad the roads may be In some sections of the district tho tanks will be able to travel and make play of It six-to- barbgd wire entanglements In battle. Each tank carries a driver and pilot with ready machine gun mounted In a moving turret Tho accompanying photograph shows one of these tanks moving up hill In mud which would very quickly stop anything less powerful. A touring car carrying sales- These crews know because they drove tnnks Just like these across trenches and through their experience. The tanks will start out April 14 and keep moving until the end of the loan. men and speakers will make the trip with each tank so that meetings may be held wherever a crowd gathers to watch the Units maneuver. In many Instances these speakers will be veterans of Chateau Thierry, San Mihlel or the Argonne Woods who bear wound stripes to bear witness to Here's LOOK, girls and boys.you ever chance had to do a real patriotic duty for Uncle Sam and get something for doing it that you can be proud of the rest of your life. How'd you like to have a mounted copy in colors of tho best poster used in the National Victory Liberty Loan campaign, with YOUR name written on it by the famous author who drew it and complimenting YOU for YOUR fine work? It'd be pretty fine, wouldn't it? Well, here's how: in the first place, this Is a contest only for boys and girls In public and parochial schools, up to and Including the eighth grade. All you have to do Is to write an essay of not more than 250 words about the Victory Liberty Xoan and the title of your essay will be: "Why we MUST 'Finish the Job.'" The boy and the girl writing the best essay In this town will receive A UNIQUE HISTORY LESSON AT THE GRADED SCHOOL An exceedingly interesting oxer else' was given in tho Berca Graded School, recently, illustrating in a reahistic and spectacular way tho epoch of the Civil War in the United States. Bona lido Rebel soldier, Union soldiers, and old slaves took part, and furnished a program, tho like of whirh was never before wit nessed here, and may never bo pos sible again. The original plan was to have tho exercise given by the seventh and eighth grades, hut Ihe interest grew until the suggestion carried, to give Asit before tho Parent-Teache- rs' sociation, so it became a part of tin' program for their regular monthly meeting, and was given in the school auditorium. Principal Diniey, in opening tho exercise, gave a brief summary of Kentucky history, and tho events leading up to tho Civil War. Ho made a brief refcrenco to tho inauguration of Abraham Lincoln ns President, nnd also tho election of Jefferson Davis as President of the Kentucky Southern Confederacy. was a bloody Baltic ground In tho Indian Wars, was divided during the Civil War, nnd furnished tho Presidents for both the Union and the Confederacy. Fifty-seve- n years ago, no man, Rebel or Union, could sit around his llreside, night or day, without fear that a revengeful enemy might appear any time, lo destroy person years and properly. Fifty-eigago a father and his two sons sat ht We Are On The Job Have you ever called on us? If not, it will be to your advantage, for our prices nre extremely low in accordance with the quality of material that we carry. Our contracting business never fails to please our We finish our contracts on time, anil customers. when the job is completed there are not a lot of unheard of extras charged to your account. v If you contemplate building a home or barn we would appreciate the privilege of furnishing you an We are at estimate on material nnd workmanship. your service and will appreciate your business. STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot Berea, Kentucky silently around the breakfast table. freshmenls to tho guesta of honor, these autographed and personally The youngster, grim and silent, rose, and also to all members of the dedicated reproductions of the cele. left the bouse and marotocd away Association. brated poster, "Sure, We'll Finish the to join Ihe Hebe! Army. The older Principal Dizney and bis assist- Job," in three colors with the winboy and the father went in another ants arc to bo congratulated and ner's name and the artist's signature direction, to join the Union Army. heartily commended for their en- written by Mr. Beneker on the corner The mother and daughters were terprise shown in arranging such an of the picture. They will come all ready for framing. left weeping and fainting. unusual and instructive program. Then tho essays of the winners of Fifty-eigyears ago Edward the contest here will be judged with Hufllan, a gray-hairman, llrcd All discission of the treaty, outside all the other winners In this Liberty tho first shot of the Civil War. Loan Area, and the best essays among the peace congress, Is bused on uuotll-cliAnother Kentuckian was in th comr'Krj, for the ullleU delegates these winners will receive a SPECIAL mand of Fort Sumplcr when that decidt-- that It would lie foolish. If not LIBERTY LOAN MEDAL MADE . fatal shot wns fired. dangerous, to reveul the terms of the FROM A CAPTURED Vast Armies, Hehcl and Union, treaty before It wus submitted to the Even then you're not through. wrgod back and forth across the Germans. The public, or considerable The winning essays of the several State first one and then the other parts of It, In Kngluiul, France und, objected victorious. Many indecisive battles to a less extent, America, by which Liberty Loan Areas In the Fourth strcnuouMy to this policy Federal Reserve District will be taken were fought ono being fought bethe German national assembly would for judgment tween hero and llichmond. Women get the treaty before the rest of the to Cleveland boy who have and the written girl and the from this community went out to world; but It was sustained by the what the Judges decide are the best that battle-fiel- d alter nightfall, French chamber of deputies by a vote essays In the district will be awarded wilb hoard torches, turning over the' of 33t to ICC, nnd It was vigorously de- A GOLD MEDAL PATTERNED AFT faces of dead soldiers, trying to' fended by Premier Lloyd George In ER THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL identify a husband, son or father. his speech In the house of commons. OF HONOR (awarded by Congress to argued If the exmarines It is well-knothat in many The Hrltlu leader public that there soldiers, sailors and battle). for now ceptional bravery in terms were made bloody bailies brothers fought would of necessity be much spoken United Carter against brothers, and neighbors and written criticism of them, since tary of Glass, Treasury, States Secrewants every tho against neighbors. There were It whs hopeless to satisfy everyone, school boy and girl to write one of In these essays. tragedies untold, from Sumplcr to und that those criticisms, reprinted This newspaper Is goAppomattox. Yes, and tragedies Germany, would give the enemy the ing to help him realize his ambition. forty years after, in tho famous fulse Idea that the terms were object- Now It's up to you. public as Kentucky feuds of tho Kentucky ed to by the British encourage too The essay must be composed and the written by the child who enters it in lmrsh, which would mountains. GeniiHiis o refine to sign the treaty. the contest, without help other than Following Iho history outline, two After having successfully subdued advice. It must be written on one Hehcl soldiiTS, six Unfon soldiers, side of the paper only. The name, adand six former slaves responded to I the uprisings In Egypt, Great Urltnln dress, grade and school of the child now Is confronted with a yet more tho invitation, In take scats on tho i serious revolt In the I'unjaub, India. entering the contest must be written platform ns tho guests of honor ami Martini law was declared In some dis- plainly at the top of the first sheet as tho real representatives of those tricts where the governor general said Sheets must be pinned together. Chilwho look part in the great conflict. open rebellion exists, and mobs In one dren who desire to do so may enter Their appearanco together on the1 city were bombed and subjected to more than one essay. Now,. let every, child, get busy, same platform formpd n picture machine gun fire from airplanes. which will bo remembered nnd described with pride, in years to come, by Ihoso who wcro fortunato enough the Victory to bo present. Contest What was tho cnuso of the war? is asked. Tariff? Yes. Stale rights? Treasury Department. To the Editor: Yes. Secession? Yes. Hut a look Washington. D. C. Your plan to interest the school at the, former slaves upon tho platchildren of your community in suggested an nnswer goodj form the writing of essays on the Vicenough for nil. tory Liberty Loan is a most comllominiseenres wcro given by sevmendable one. Your enterprise eral who bad actually been bought will not only tend to increase nnd nnd sold many times. Somo bail develop the literary tendencies of been treated well by llioir former the school children but will inmasters, and others with tho greatspire a patriotic interest in the est cruelty. Interesting incidents of financial activities of the governtho war were also related by veterment. ans representing each side in the The Victory Lilerty Loan is, war.- Some old camp-llr- o songs we hope, to be the great cuhni-nativ- e were sung by Comrade Gabbard, to effort of our patriotic the evident enjoyment of nil. Th" Home Army, and relatively it is friendliest spirit was manifest thru-ou- t. just as important to the attainment of our national ideals and to General L. V. Dodge was called! our satisfaction of a job "Well upon for n short talk, nnd, thought Finished," as was the final victhe exercise had gone overtime, tho torious drive of our army in speaker was nt Ills best,, and hcldj France. his nudlenco d. Ho spoke,! I summon every school child to In unstinted praiso of tho exercise,) do his or her best in any effort to and roused bis hearers to a high promote our nation's welfare, and pitch of patriotism nnd good will. every patriot to enlist in the VicSeveral songs wcro sung by the tory Liberty Loan Campaign. school during tho afternoon. Signed: A duet of mora tlinu usual In terest was sung by a Union soldiCr and a colored woman, which called, I forth hearty applause. Tho High School girls served rc- Parent-Teachers' ht ed il GERMAN-CANNON( Prizes t. Mounted and autographed copy of famous Victory Liberty Loan Poster, "Sure We'll Finish the Job," dedicated personally to tho winner by the artist who painted it, to go to the writer of the best essay in each of Bcrca's Grammar S'chool3, the Foundation School, the Graded' School, and the Training School, and to tho writer of tho best essay sent in from outside Berca. 2. Liberty Loan Medal, made from captured German cannon, for best girl's essay and best boy's essay in this Liberty Loan Area. 3. Gold Medal of Merit, patterned like oflicial Congressional Medal of Honor, for best girl's essay and best boy's essay in the Fourth Federal District. Regulations Tho essay must be composed and written by the child who enters it without help other than advice. Name, address, and school grade, must be plainly written at top of first sheet. The essays mtut be about the Victory Liberty Loan. They must not contain more than 250 words. Tho winning essays from the, schools and tho essays from without Berea must bo in on or before Juno first. I VICTORY tlBERTY LOAH j The Primary pritk Secretary of Treasury Boosts Liberty Loan Essay - i The Intermepiate Prize - spell-boun- fjRANp Prize Pago Six TI1K CITIZEN April 21, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special double holler for at least two hours. To this thick mush add tho ohecao nnd seasoning. Pour into a tin that has been wet in cold water. When Contributd by E. M. TRUE cold cut Into sljces and brown on Ilnpld growth from the lime the pic? and straw. If It Is necessary t 1st Door Vocational Schools Allhn meal is Ihe most generally each side in a very little fat. is fnrrowod until it is loaded for thn shear inside, all slraw and litter power, combined with Training that adds to your money-earnishould lie removed so that (here will Cost about About six servings used food, lliero nro is the- most economicul niarfcot general education. be nothing to slick to tho wool. others Hint are equally good In food 18 cenls (I cent for oheeso). inolhod of handling hogs. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printvaluo and digestibility. One of llieso I.lttors, which liuvo been farrow- large canvas may bo spread upon tho Chooso Croquettes ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. Is cheese. Since it Is n concentrated ed this spring, should have an"atn-pl- o floor, or a board platform may be FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, food and Is often eaten at tho end at all times. used. supply of feed :i tablespoons fal, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. As soon as you have the fleece of a very hearty meal when nothing This food must bo sullablo for main'i cup Hour, more Is needed, it is popularly concup milk, taining rapid growth at as small removed, carefully roll it Willi tno Foundation School (Test as possible. Orazing crops, such flesh side out. To do this, spread 2nd Door sidered indigestible. In most of the 2 eggs yolks; s, the fleece on a clean floor Willi the General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some recipes given below you will notice ns ryo, clover, rape or prime cup graled cheese, II... I II I.. .Illi. I... I I... I. ..I.... i.uiuuiiii-1- I vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, are essential for this purpose; outside upward. Fold the two sides Sail, unit it in Milium 113 im'iiih ....,!. I.,.,. wo can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for with bread or somo cereal nnd is Pepper. but concentrates must also bo used bark so they will meet in Hie con most rapid improvement used ns a main part of the meal. liberally at all times. A mixture of ter. Then roll the fleece toward tho Mako a while sauce, using fal, As In price, a comparison is inter Hour and milk. Add the unbeaten part by neck ns compactly as you can by corn 9 parts and tankage esting. 25 cents spent for Hamburg yolks and stir until well mixed; then lie carefully with paper Door weight, produces excellent results iianu. English Academy Course when given pigs on green pasture. twine, wrapping it around the fleece For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going slenk at 25 cents per pound buy ndd Iho cheese. As soon as Ihe Kven heller results will be obtained two or three limes. Never use ordi thru Collcgo and desiro more general education. It also gives Just half (he food value that it would cheese melts remove from the lire, by planing the corn and tankago in nary binder twine for tying fleece. the best general education for those who wish a good start la for cheese at 50 cenls. So loo, a and add tho seasoning. Spread in a half pound of cheese has almost shallow pan and cool. Cut Into the compartments of a self feeder The loose libers adhere to the flecc? study and expect to carry it on by themselves. twice a much value for food ns 25 squares. Cover Willi lino crumb?, thus allowing tho pigs to balance and it is almost impossible to remove them. Any fleece which is cenls wortfi of moked ham nt 10 dip into bealeu eggs (two tabletheir own rations. Door Normal School Pigs pushed on green foor and tied with tho binder twine is sold 'enls and almost a third more than spoons water added to each eggl This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. and roll again in crumbs. Fry in rations develop rapid- at a great deal less per pound than Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the shoulder of pr.tk at 30 cents. Collare chrr.v. loo, is a cheap deep fat. ly and are much less liabfo to dis- one tied with paper twine. If you summer and fall and attend sahool through tho winter and spring, Cost about ease than those that have too much do not know where, to get paper About live servings thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. source of body building material. too Iwine l"t me know and I will assist green food or those that hove It Is especially good for children twenty cents. Read Dinsmore's great book. "How to Teach a District School." who, experts loll us, would bo helmuch concentrates. Give the pigs an you. Tomato Rabbit opportunity to select what Ihoy need . Keep a careful account of the'i 5th Door wilh or Academy Course ler olTare six liltloeight no meal until (From Farmers Bulletin No. 187) they years old. A of green food, corn and tankage ami amount of your wool and the price, or mis is tne straight road to Collegebest training in Mathematics, (bird of a cup of this cheese will 2 tablespoons fal, Ihoy will grow rapidly. Push the leceived for it in your record book. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The,. equal a quarter of a pound of stir-lo- in pigs. 2 tablespoons Hour, Academy is now Berea's largest department. HOG DOWN SOME CORN steak as a body builder and will ? cup inijk, You cannot beat a kernel of corn cost about a sixth as much. This TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL 91 strained tomatoes, Door Berea College to produce fat on n bog, but it can kind of cheese may bo combined CLUB RAISING SHEEP Vt soda, From the middle of April to tho be beaten a long way by soy beans inis is me crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard wilh somo sweet fruit, such as can14 pound cheese, courses in all advanced subjects. ned pine apples, pears, peaches, or middlo of May is the timo to shear in producing bono and muscle. A 2 eggs (beaten), with preserves as salad. Without sheep in Kentucky. The most com- combination of these two feeds i Salt, pepper and mustard. A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For mon timo is May 1st to 15th. You ideal for growth and fat. To save twenty-fiv- e Cook the fat and Hour together;" years tho board has remained tho same in Berea, but the tho dressing Iho combination makes a sort of dessert. Either cottage or add (ho milk, and as soon as tho should shear your sheep after m03t labor, the corn and beans can be unusual situation in which the wbolo country finds makes itself now American cheee with salad dress-- I mixture thicken', add tomatoes ami. of the cold weather has passed and planted together and hogged down. it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we have in the past ing or cream In form a paste makes soda, then' add the cheese, stirring thero have been a few days warm Tho Experiment Station is recomthe corn and PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent enough to make them uncomfortable. mending to check-ro- w a good and nutritious sandwich fill while that melts. Finally add tho ing. Warm weather starts a flow of oil plant the beans in the hill with tho by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: eggs and seasonings. Servo on loan In the following recipes cheeso Is or rrisp crackers. and puts the sheep in oxccllent con- corn, using two kernels of corn and Expenses for Boys to threo soy beans per hill. One dition for shearing. If shearing U one tho basis of a main dish to lake the Cost nboul About eight servings VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY delayed loo long the wool becomes should plant a variety of beans tba! place of meat at a meal. It may also I'J cents (using pound cheese). SCHOOLS FOUNDATION AND NORMAL COLLKOC bo used in many ways simply as a dead and lifeless. Late shorn fleece? ripen a little later than the corn, Incidental Fee $ 7.00 $ 0.00 $ 5.00 (Continued next week) llavnr. Mashed potatoes, creamed toare 'heavier than early shorn ones such as Boone County White corn Room , 5.00 5.00 5.00 matoes on toast, cscallopod potatoes, bocauso Iho liber has grown slightly and Haberlandt soy beans. The crop Board, 5 weeks ... k 11 1155 1155 55 longer and jnore yolk has been se- should be hogged down when the Amount duo March 20, 1010 ... 2155 2355 scrambled eggs, or eggs baked In 2255 beans arc just a little past the dough cream may, for variety, havo cut, creted. After shearing, good shelter MISS LILY HELEN HAPPER Board, 5 weeks, due April 30. . 1155 1155 1155 ground anil prated cheese added to should bo provided, becauso a sud- slage. If the beans become thoroly In selecting recipes most them. den change from warm to cold, ripe, the pigs will not oat Hie beans Total for Term '$31.50 $3350 '532.50 windy weather may cause severe until after bogging down tho corn. suitable for liltlo children, six years Expenses for Girls old or younger, tho croquettes, frit-tor- s, colds, and often somo of the sheep An acre of corn and soy beans will $ 5.00 Incidental Fee $ 7.00 $ COO furnish feed for fifteen may die. rabbit and polenta would hel5 XX) 5.00 5.00 Sheep should never be shorn whoa shoats for about thirty days. Us- Room ler bo omitted. 10.00 10.00 10.00 tho wool is wet, or even danrp. It ually tho hogs will bog down tho Board, 5 weeks Hominy Cheese Fritters '22.00 Amount duo March 20, 1910 ... 20.00 21.00 mistake to put them in the bam, corn before the soy beans, and corn a 214 cups hominy mush, 10.00 Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30. . 10.00 10.00 when damp, because the wool will should be supplied to the hogs as cup stale bread crumbs, not dry out. It lakes wind and sun- soon as this happens. 14 f.up milk, ?30JX) Total for Term 932.00 $3J.00 shine to dry wool. Another objecteaspoon salt, TEN RULES FOR HEALTH tion to putting the sheep jnto th? 14 cup grated cheese, This does not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or barn and keeping them over night By Miss Ruth Knapp 2 eggs. , laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. if that they mako the barn floor Hitchins," Ky. Mix the iihhIi nnd crumbs, add damp and dirty, and Jie down in the Special Expenses in AddiUoa to Incidental Fee Business beaten eggs and milk gradually to dirt. This not only adds to the There arc many rules by which Spring form a stiff paste. If tho mush is Fall Witrr dampness of tho wool but also stain? good health may be promoted, some Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $10.00 $12.00 very moist all tho milk may b of which aro as follows: and discolors it. Do not drive sheep Bookkeeping (brief course) 10.00 14.00 12.00 needed. Stir in tho graled cltee' decay Bookkeeping (regular First, take the teeth. Tho through wet grass and then shear course) 5.00 7.00 0.00 and salt; Drop by spoonsful Into hot of teeth almost always comes from Business course for students them before tho sun has a chance fat and fry until n golden brown, or neglect and abuse. The thin layer to dry the wool. in other departments: of tartar which collects on the teeth 0.00 7.50 brown in Iho oven. Stenography If you havo access to a shearing Cost about About 20 fritters Typewriting, with one hour's machine, you should uso it, becauso should bo removed every day. cents. washing Iho teeth threo limes 6.00 7.00 you can clip closer to the skin and uso of instrument 5.00. J ' get a more uniform length of fiber. a day with a soft brush and mild Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. Polenta .M. I., V I it it'll 1.80 150 2.10 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. llKt to work away soap, somo good antiseptic mouth plnr II 1 cup corn meal, It is a bad practice yeomnn (1 ) to he nntiirallznl In tho from the skin and then back up and wash should be used. Tho enamel 3 cups wator, U bo per- In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. chief clerk In I'lilted State. She cut closer, becauso theso second of the tooth should never 1 teaspoon gall, the I nltcd Stntex imvnl hoxpltnl In mitted to wear thin or break. Hot cuts, or shorter fibers, greatly relo 1 cup graled cheese, All students do some work with their bands from six to six Washington mid has transferred her biscuits and ico water aro hard on duce tho valuo of fleece. nlleglniico from Ciiiimhi to the United Pepper. teen hours & week as janitors or in the farm,' carpenter shop, printtho teeth. When a cavity is formed Boforc shearing the sheep, clip Stiites. Cook first threo ingredients in ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which bo out all burs with a pair of shears. it shouldtooth-pic- filed at onco." Avoid reduces their expenses. using a k as much as posA fleece freo from burs is worth to do this, they must bo properly houso and provide your wife with young man or young woman can get an education Any you from years about ten cents more per pound sible This may save exeroiscd every day. Tho occupa- every convenience for making her at Berea if there is the will to do so. than it would be worth with tha of distress. work easv and safe. Hard and In tion of many people affords sufficiSecond, it is well to drink someIf it is impossible for any ypung man or young woman to bo burs in it. All tags or dungy locks ent exorcise lit both quantity and convenient work sometimes proand should be clipped oil and sacked thing at meals. What to drink in school the full year, by all means they t.iould enter for 0 courso dur variety. Brain workers, desk work- duces short lifo. Placo water works how much aro important questions. ing the winter and spring terms. separately. ers, and all whoso occupation re- in tho houso so she will not havo lo may bo taken slowly, along When the weather is suitable Milk quires much sitting, or standing in carry water. Carrying water and The public schools will close about Christinas and the teachers with other food. Tho objects of ono position, should arrange to tako heavy loads injures tho back. at meals are to soften solid and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter such excrciso ns will call into play other drink Tenth, always do unto others as CINCINNATI MARKETS. Cofmonths but should bo studying in Berea where the best education can foods and givo a needed relish. nil intisclos.uol otlerviso used. Ono you would like lo be dono by and fee and tea should not bo used, but be gotten for least money. should comlilno occupation and ex- you will bo healthy nnd happy and Hay and Grain. if thoy aro used at all, they should Applicants must bring or send testimonial showing that they are ercise as far as possible. Excrciso rich. If you do'olherwlso you will Corn No. 2 white- $I.IS." 1.07, No. 3 be taken at tho samo time as tho good health and of good character. This may bi while 1.(K!6 1.115, No. 2 yellow $1.(154 should always bo taken in tho sun- feel bad, nervous, and think you drunk slowly. No alcohol, above 15 years old, in 1.07, No. 2 mixed Sl.KIfl) 1.(15, No. 3 foods,-anshine when convenient. Tho morn- haven't any friends. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli iiitxutl 51.0Hri.iSl, white ear ?1.70? oven in very wcaic jorms, can as neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. ing Is tho best timo for oxorclso. Follow tho above rules and you 1:71, 'yellow ear .Sl.70iTl.71. taken at or immediately after meals teacher or Tho body is us hungry nt that timo will bo assured of having good For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, Sound Hay Timothy, per ton, $.'1(1 50 without injury. Alcohol is a drub for oxygen as it is for food. Good health. nnil olimtr mixed gS.'tf'U7..')i)l and not a food. Alcohol should not MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. clover 3SofriS7.60. exerclso nnd deep breathing are Furthermore, our well known Oats No - white Tile, Ktntidiird be used and should not bo prescrib Kvoryono should culti- doctor of this placo has said that essential. No. 3 white 72e, No. 2 ed. Tho poison in tobacco is called white 72c. mixed 707te. Third, you should lake a hot sud disease. It also breeds files, which vate an inlorest In somo subject of adenoids fdiould especially bo nicotine, a clear, colorless liquid; They aro peculiar growths Held, forest, or brook, nnd pursuo Butter, Eggs and Poultry. It is so strong that only a few drops bath weekly, and a cold spongo bath, aro disease, carriers, and spreads gives him most of tho upper pharynx nt tho openis a narcotic, followed by a brisk rub ovcry morn- hookworm, consumption nnd fever. it at a timo which Iluttor Wltolo milk creamery extras will kill a person. It Fifth, about ono-thiof one's life pleasure Walking is ono of tho ing of the nnso. Thoy nro soft, dllie. centralized creamery extra 0.1c, and produces a relaxed, restful feel ing upon rising. Bathing producos spongy bodies, nnd look soinowhnl tIftitB 01c. seems to benumb and quiot cloanlincss, a thermal effect, and a must bo spent In sleep; It should host exercises. ing, and lfKSs Prime Units lOc, lirnts tho nerves. It stimulates and weak tonic effect. To cleanso tho skin, bo regular and sound, and taken in Seventh, ono should strlvo lo got llko a bunch of grapes, usually apS'omo-lim- es 1014c ordinary tirois 40o. glands. By actinq: warm wator, good soap, and rough thn .liL'ht. in enrlv life, nearly half a good education. A child should pearing in early childhood. Live Poultry liroller. under 2 lln, ons tho salivary Ihoy nr& associated with tho bo used. .In a hot bath of a child's timo should bo spent in nlways ho forced to go to school If on tho nerves tobacco Is very hurt towel should fiOc; fryorn. 2 ids and oer. :Se; rousting chickens over 2 Hut, 3.V : fowls, 5 ful to digestion and circulation. It tho skin is stimulated, the blood leep. At ton years of ago ho needs Ihoy will not go without boliw tonsils. Adenoids obstruct or 'oven Him and over, f216e ; do, under 5 IIih, Injures tho lungs, tho brain, auJ vessels aro dilated, nnd tho blood aboyt ten hours; at twenty Vnd forced. A good education producos close the opening of the noso. This Happiness is essential forces ono to brcalho through tho iii'jc; do, rooster, '.lie happiness. most of tho speoial senses. It affoeU Piiws to tho surface. It is best to thereafter, not less than eight hours. Live Stock. indiroctly in all these tako tho hot bath at night, and al- Sleep with your windows wldo open. to good health. Head tho Blblo nnd mouth. Mouth breathing affects tho digestion Sl.50ri0, choice ways. Never drink impuro water. ways follow it with a good real. Fresh air and rost prevents disease. other good books ovcry day, and growth of tho upper Jaw, making paper. it somowhat narrow nnd pointed. $ 12 JMlfr 13.75, common to fair $70 and sparklnj Bathing may bo ovcrdono. There Pure air must bo brought In and Inko somo good, reliable11X0, heifers, extra JfliWH, good to Water may bo clear remaining in foul air forced out. Puro air is Heading produces, rest after violent Adenoids frequently oloso up tho choice $11.50j'13, common to fair and yot contain Impurities or uls aro dangers, loo, from Eustachian tubes and causo deaf$7010.f.O; cows, extra $11(112, good nnso u'orms. Still wator Is much tho bath too long. Bathing, whether necessary to sustain lifo. School oxerolse. F.ighlh, mako a success of your ness. In later lifo, tho adenoids nro to choice $8X0 JJ 10.50, common to fair moro likely to bo Impuro than run for cleanliness, thermal effect or houses, theatres, churches, all pub-H- o $5.7JiG6, should business by applying modern moth-od- .. usually absorbed, thus curing thembuildings, and Wutcr standing in bad tonic effect, should bo dono quickly. CulvtMS Kxtm $1 I.COWI5, fair to nlng water. jaw and Ono becomes dlscouragcdawith selves, but the Fourth, no slops, garbage decay- bo Hushed out with puro air onco up poisonous mat good $12pll.50, common uud largo nines may take this causes, worry. perhaps tho impaired hearing will tor. Nearly all harmful things lu ing substances, or waste from tho for every timo used. Tho air In all old methods and $7fll. I log heavy Selected shippers water aro olthcr decaying matter body should bo permitted in tho rooms should bo as puro as tho out-sii- lo Work hard during tho week and remain through lifo. Thoy should $20,76. medium mid mixed pucUcrg tako a rost by attending church and bo removed by n surgeon. It Is well air. living disease gorms. You hould immcdialo neighborhood of the well, $.'00 '.'0.75, stays $10813, common to or carry your own cup, other spring, or cistorp. In this way the Sixth, to bo healthy and strong, Blblo school on Sunday. You will fpr all porsons who breath through choice heavy fat sow, $1118.70, light niwavs ploasant. thn mouth to bo examined for shipper $18.50010.50, pltfs (110 lbs wiso you aro likely to get dlseas.i germs of typhoid fover may got into muscles must tako up their food feel bettor and bo moro Ninth, build a good, comforlablo and lea) $12017. drinking water, and produco tho regularly and efficiently. In order gorms. I Ihere no bettor shearing place PUSH THE PIGS Willi pork nbovo twenty dollor man a good) oionn iiiuegrass sou, do a hundred, It pays to push Iho pig. cause It Is free from naysoed, chaff, 1 Investigator SIX DOORS Berea's ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science CHEESE, OR ECONOMIC MEAT SUBSTITUTES FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE - body-bulldl- Berea's blue-gfiis- 1 1 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's well-balanc- ed Berea's Preparatory 6th 100-pou- nd i- - 1 a n-- Bo-sid- es 11 able-bodi- ed - d m pro-vent- ed. rd 'Hlll-Shlp- prti bed-roo- ed April 21, 1010. . I THE CIT1ZKN . v I'ago Sev ' ' I IMMOVED UNirOIN fflTEBflATIONAL SDNMrSOIOOL EASTER CELEBRATED CONQUEST OF THE AIR AERIAL SERVICE FOR PAS9EN- GERS, MAIL AND MERCHANDISE. Lessor tnr nnv Teacher or Illblo tnatltute of Olilcatto) v rt.wateii, Knutlah HIM In the it Hini-- f MAY d M I od n. ICVnirlibl, WIS, tu WMlrrn n. n coontr4 jgm im.wi aa awj t-- ON AMERICAN SOIL THOUSANDS OF SOLDIERS LAND WHEN SIX SHIPS DOCK THE RECORD 18 BROKEN. BIRDMEN MEET Dig Convention of NEXT MONTH Aero LESSOR FOR MAN 4 MADE IN THE GOD. IMAGE Two of the Ships which Arrived Were the German Liners Zeppelin and Graf Walderjee, Making Their First Trip Since They Were Turned Over. n nauts Will Stimulate Enlistment In the U. S. Air Service. t.HRHON TKXT&-OerM- la Il .K- -- 'J alarm 4 Jt) 24, Uetirals OOI.IJHN TKXT-Oi- xl created man hli own Imnge -- den. 1:1? -J HKVOTION At. lti:AI)INO Atlantic City, New Jersey, will he Wesjfrn Newspaper Union News Service. the Mecca fur a large gathering of New York- .- Six troop ships, loaded American men, nnd representatives of to cnpaiity Willi American olllcers foreign countries, who will be atIn nil nrrlvcd In tracted hy tho first riinu und men our Creator and PRIMARY TOIMC- -d time to leli'limte Knster Sunday on Aeronautics Convention, which meets Father Inline soil nnil to get n glimpse of the there In Mil.v. Ood Kxpecti JlNIOIt TOIUO-W- hat nttlrt; From Ilia Children. Captain Ghnrles J. Glldden, of tho uilvunced styles In civilian TOIMC-Loyto INTKHMKDIATK which they mioii will adopt. Two of U. S. Air Service, Military AeronauHeavenly Father. Our the ships which arrived wero tho Ger tics, now stationed In the administra BCMUIt AND ADULT TOPIC The Dliinlty and Wottli of Mun man liners Zeppelin and Ornf Wnlder-- tive department of the united Slates kce, milking their first trips since they Flying School, Southerfleld, Georgia, I. Ths Creation of Man (don. 1:20 ere turned over to the United btatcs. snys : 23). living the International Aeronautics he .cpiu-llii- , Tho 1. Time when the cnrtli. hid homo, limr. it well as the Stars nnd Stripes, Convention nnd exhibition to be held In wns for til mi. The onler . .1 -- trmk n - ici ef .1 i w w w-cm a, i g ! r h riiUL'ht H'mO men, Including tho Ono nt Atlantic City during the month of crcnlloti show design mi the pnrt of Field Ar- - Mny will bring to the attention of the Hundred nnd Twenty-nintOod. lie anticipated tnnn's need In I surrender; I thouiu nave done this llery, complete, CI olllcers nnd l,2i l American, peoplo tho wonderful prolong ago. storing the conl In the onrth, piling men; the Three inmiireu nnu imriy-nint- h gress The worU of tip minerals In the rucks, storing elecAiniihliince Company, three olll- during the war establishes Its him' Den, facing denth, had felt everywhere, cnuslng the water yr0 turned. nfTer placing tho recclv tricity rs nnd HRl men, 73 casual olllcers practicability for commercial uses and "When we went over Iho top that for to gush from the valleys mid hillside, morning thoro was a great level the spirit of tho country; forwin. safe cr on tho j,ook, and bcaned at Cor-a- t und n detachment of one ottleer and Insures the creation In this country or spirit had w)n home, had derided that Roberta, preparing pin tits ntiil herbs for the stretch of country Immediately In It nurses of Hnse Hospital 44. On a complete nerlnl service, connectlnj; haggled and Ho had my persona accept healing of man's Injuries nnil food nnd front of me. It wna a placo of denied It. Gentlemen, the flraf Waldersee there were 1,741 transpor, you have made It possible olllcers nnd men, the majority being nil cities nnd towns for the merchannUg. to every climatic ghastly silence, blenk nnd gray In tho argued; Jiad found fault with every-rnlmctit ndaptoi thing. Ills bands had not upheld for mo t0 say ti,at for once wo have hospital units, nnd Including detach tation of persons, mnll nnd condition. faint light that precedes tho dawn. Hen and his fellows; It had not been dise. that j nm not a failure and that wonts of the Fifth, Fourteenth, Twenty-fi2. Ill nnttir'(vv. 20. 2"). Ho wns Wo hnd been ready for several hours, "Heforo the close of 1020 I confi Hen had seen among Fantown i9 an American city." Forty-fourtrst, nnu ininge m for wc had been told at what hour his face that crcnieti in tiu intones dently predict this service will be In tho. that had beer.turned toward him Nlnety-seen Corwn Roberts again Fiftieth, Seventy-seconOdd. This net wns preceded tiy n spe-- wo would nttnek, nnd wo hnd slept full operation, with extensions to nil on tho cvo of battle for he had tcachea tfje strect ,t geemc(, t0 Cor nth nnd Two Hundred nnd Second countries on this hemisphere. In the cliil counsel of the Godhend. It win those of us who did sleep with our turned his back townrd tho boys. w,n had changed. The Hasp Hospitals, six casual companies, word. FaUtown mid, "Lot us mnke innii.". Thin pre- nerves strnlned to hear tho United Stntes trunk lines will be estab something was Corwln felt wcfe vcUcr. tl,cre wns a IS cusual olllcers and G8 convnles lished ncross the country which will "Ten minutes before tho tlmo set slipping away that cludes the foolish nnil wicked osnmp-tlofrom him. He felt air tbrob and the cents. t lonc 0 that mini nscended from or for the ndvanco wo wero nroused by place every city nnd town within six ua nnu iuuubn hum of traffic; and Corwln hold hi" Roth ships hnd on board parties of hours from some twenty-fou- r through the hrtlte. Me came Into be- a whispered word, passed down the loneiy distribsomething ho valued was vanishing head high when people looked at him. German olllcers who had turned the uting points. Once created nnd in oping hy n cpeclal creative net of God. trench. The fellows, chilled by tho his sight, to bo gono forever. ly cold night In dugout and trench, took from as nen said ho had felt Just-b- He For no longer did there dwell In his ships over to the United States nnd eration our extensive coast line could This crentlve net la confirmed felt heart those malignant devils of doubt ho had made tho trip, ns representa be put under complete protection from Christ (Mutt. 10:4; Mnrk 10:0). With It In various ways. his comrades had gone ho and suspicion that had onco been lives of the Gennnn Government. "I saw men half paralyzed with fore I hoand such testimony we enn dismiss the nny possible Invasion. Thousands or ton that hn must have nvnr The other arrivals were tho big college trained nvlators in and out of evolution theory ns to tnnn's origin na fear, trying to smile to show their something to give him that feeling of there Insisting that man was su I not to transport Virginian, with 4,li7 olllcers the service are now waiting to Join In This likeness nnil fellows that they wero not afraid. n hliinnti vngnry. companionship; ho felt that hp dldnt premo and that country was more And onco and men, Including Three Hundred nnd the operation of an aerial service, bo considered. Image Is not physlrnl nnil hoillly, lint saw others with horrlblo pouts on things-wor- king wnnt lo bo on the outside ho wanted when Corwln reached the corner of Sixteenth Ammunition Train, hend (I.'ph. 4:21). lint! mnnil. their lips, cursing at trivial tntellectunt. "The government calls for Hfteen themselves Into a rago In an to belong he wanted to feel that Main and Meridian streets ho saw a nuarters. hendnunrters nmtor and (Col. 3:10). Man Is spirit, soul nnd thousand men to enlist In nlr service effort to keep up their courage Many there were millions of people behind vision. horse bnttollon, ordnance nnd medical for one or three years' time. This Is body (1 Thoss. 5:2.1). God's likeness of tho fellows did not speak a word him, too and with him. detachments, and Companies A to G, bound to receive a quick response, as Is reflected In tniin'a trlpnrtlte nnture. This tlmo it was Molly King. they couldn't was because totnl of 1C olllcers and 7,020 men; here Is an opportunity for men to be And he knew, now, that there was An there la n trinity nnd unity In Ood. I think It She had taken Den home, leaving boys only one way to attain that feeling of Division detachments, to immediately assigned to duty in tne so there la n trinity nnd unity In mnn. trust their voices. Some of tho him with her father. She was on tier Nlnety-tlrs- t and touchy, with their companionship to become a real cit wny to tho office, and when sho saw tnllng IS officers and 0."l men; Threo Spirit la the highest pnrt of mnn. that were Jerky keyed up nnd of the number who enlist that they Jumped izen of tho mighty nation that hnd Mnchlno service which mnke It iolhle for him to nerves so sho held a copy of tho Ob- Hundred nnd those who pass certain examinations at tho slightest sound; others ap- brought the arrogant Hun to his Corwln In ono hand. Her face was Gun Hnttallon, headquarters detach will be given Hying and balloon pilot know Ood. The sold Is tnnn's waiting. Those knees: there was only one way to be server ment, medical detnehment, nnd Com ing Instruction. This liberal offer is life, the fent of his emo- peared to bo stolidly wero men who did not permit their horoughly A to D, 15 olllcers nnd 835 men; Amer'can or to become tions nnd desires. The body Is the fright to becomo visible. 1 saw men "Oh." sho said, seizing Corwln by panies equivalent to a one or three years' And that way American. Three Hundred nnd Sixteenth fennl sent of the sonars, the ngency by BTlpped their rifles until It was to nelp trie nation towara us nn nrm nnd crlDDine It tight: "that tnry Train, headnunrters, division med college course In aeronautics, and one God who which he known the world. mny'become expert In nil branches of seemed their Angers would press goal; to bear cheerfully and equally was wonderful! I am so glad!" X ninde mnn with n personnllty cnpnhle through And then, as he leal supply nnd Camp Tnflnnnrles Corwln grinned. nvintlon, and If qualified n tho steel; I saw others hold he burdens It placed upon one; to field hospltnl sec himself, of hnvlng fellowship with or even a commissioned ofwalked toward tho office with the to 8, headquarters 301 to 304, head ing theirs gingerly, loosely, as though dil to Its strength nil the resources tion, Field Hospitals with whom he could shnre his glory. ficer. In addition to regular pay, cloth they were some strange object with t hl command: to somehow got a girl, his face grew grave. quarters nmbulanco section, nnd Am 3. Ills rnnk nnd power (w. 2d. 2S). "Molly," he said as they paused at hulnnce Companies 301 to 301, 17 olll ing, quarters and rations extra pay which they wero not yet familiar. hare of Its power and Its glory. Mnn, the Inst In crcnlloti, wna plnced And thero wero sorao fellows who tho foot of tho stairs, "I was In dan cers nnd 87S men ; Three Hundred and begins with Instructions to operate Corwln was lntenely eager now. He ger nhove nil else, over nil the rest of breathed shrilly, with great gasps, as As the number of men And you of losing my country. Infantry Mnchlne Gun the nlrcraft. crentlon, Heine In the likeness mid though they had Just finished a long looked at his watch, got up and said gavo It back to me." Is limited to fifteen thousand Conipnny, 5 olllcers and 179 men, to wanted to rule. to Miller and Roberts. Imnge of Ood, he wns fitted run. And In every man's eyes was a hortly "Well," she said, smiling happily, gether with several casual companies for the entire country, quick applicaHow for short mnn comes of living light that no man In this world can "Gcni'emen," he sa'd, "we'll havo to tion to the nearest recruiting olllcer "I didn't wnnt you to lose fL" nnd 172 wounded. up to the position given him hy the describe. postpone this business until tomor will be necessary before tho privilege On the Great Northern were 3,000 "You didn't tell Den about about Crentorl The first mnn wna. not n "I couldn't help but sco tbose rowI've got something Important to troops, comprising the One Hundred Is withdrawn. mo not subscribing?" ho questioned. wivnge. neither n hnhy. Fresh from things, because I looked closely at ittend to." "Everybody directly nnd Indirectly "Not n word. Den didn't know. nnd Tenth Ammunition Train, com Interested In nvintlon should attenu RobTts got up also. "Me. too," he the Crentor'a hnnds he possessed such At'nrv mnn noar mn. f had to. If ns to enable thcnj wag nny cxcegs courag0 around to tho of plete, 31 olllcers and 1,158 men; 300 lofty powers of Intellect Not even when I took him aid: "we'll ro together, Corwln. City convention and exhicor.vnlescent wounded, 18 casual com the Atlantic mm to nnme me i "Where?" demanded Corwln. fice." awm'j tnpro j wantci tc fee R. For I need with and furloughed bition in order to keep abreast with before blm. (Oen. 2:10. 20). Roberts laughed lowly. "To sec "Molly," said Corwln gravsly. "did panics of marines ed It the times nnd become fninlllnr 074 men, scatter officers nnd II. Man Alone In Paradise (Oen. "If It hadn't been for a thought that Dillon." ho said "That fellow King you take Den to tho office purposely men,of10United for deStntes army ambulance the development of aircraft and wited, 2:7-0)- . Just to Influence mo tc etruck me Just before wo got the wonl has made mo feel mighty cheap, I can fense nnd connnerclnl uses ensual olllcers. sections, nnd Adam hnd n most heiiutlful place In to go. I believe I couldn't havo gone. tell you. I used to have pretty strong tho world's She blushed and looked downward The Suntn Pnuln brought 2,134 olll ness the demonstrations of which In live. "PleiiMint to the eyes, Thero wero many of us fellows, and Ideas about there Liberty Loans, but if not meeting his eyes. greatest airplane aviators, who will cers nnd men, Including the describes his sur- of course those who took It most un a fellow could listen to King talk and nnd good for food" said, hesltatlnglv, sho "Well." Hnse Hospital, 2 olllcers nnd 143 Hy, and balloon pilots sail to tne At roundings. His environment wns In concernedly did a lot to help tho fel efiife to subrlbe to help push this "what else could I do. Today Is tho men: Three Hundred and Sixteenth lantic nlr port from nil over tne nut thing along ho certainly wouldn't be keetilnc with his nature. Kden wna low who mlcht havo wavered, I day and Hen came, and 1 Supply Train, Hendqunrters and Med' country." only fit for him In nn unfnllen state, tmit not gocm to bo enough. As worth lighting for I want to be worth last you didn't or Icnl Detachments, and Companies A thought knowing Como on!" he urged; "we'll be wo doubtless would havo It Aa soon ns his niiture wns wrecked, naivduals ' understand. And so I took to F, 0 olllcers and 474 men, nnd tho BANK PLAN IS DELAYED out he must go. I'nnullse with nil Its gono ovcr tno top driving ourselves eleventh hour birds, but we've still wouldn't him." One Hundred nnd Thirteenth Trans army wc would go got tlmo to save our self respect!" could not satisfy mnn. His t0 ,i splendor as nn Lato that night Corwln and Molly portation Corps, 2 olllcers nnd 220 men, heart wns desolate. Iteclprocal love Is 0Vl.r without being driven. Pride A quarter of an hour later they Campaign For Legislation Postponed the only thing thnt enn satisfy the VOuld have made us do that for none were facing Ulllw In tho latter's of- wero stnndlng nt tho corner of Main and Meridian streets watching the Fighters Object to German Music. By Advocates of the Home heart of mnn. Anlninls of nil vnrle-- 1 0f u,Q fellows would have wanted tho fice. Jostling crowd thnt packed tho two Loans Proposition. New York. German numbers wero ties surrounded him, hut none were others to think him a coward. Still a hundred thousand shy, hastily stricken from tho program of adapted to be his companions. To no "Rut something lacked until I got gentlemen," Dillon announced In re- streets from curb to curb. Washington. Tho Legislative Com Dillon had lost no tlmo after the n concert nnd bnll of the Master na centunte this need Ood ciiused the tho thought that wo wero not nlono ply to Corwln's question. nnlmnls to pass before Aihim. He wns In tho war; that behind us in re"I'll take half of It." declared uor-- visit of Corwln and Roberts, and the ilers' Association of New ork when mittee of the United Stntes League of Issue of the Observer that carried the the concert hull was rushed by more llullillng nnd Loan Associations has differentiated from nil the nnlmnlH In serve wero hundreds of thousands win. that he wns n personality. He wns of our met), ready to back us In any "And I'll tnko the other hair." said story of Falltown's greatest achieve than 100 soldiers, who threatened to decided the proposed legislation for a ment, also Informed the citizens of clean up the place." Police reserves system of federal home loan banks endowed with tho power of love, there- play wo made. And behind those hun Roberts. town that tho achievement and u detachment of Provost Gunrds will not be submitted to the extra sesfore only a being who could love In dreds of thousands wero millions of "Isn't this rather sudden, gentle- the were summoned nnd ejected the uni sion of Congress, If ono Is called. The return could satisfy hlm. To meet our countrymen, their eyes all turned men," grinned Dillon; "you still have would bo cerebrated fittingly, concelebrating. formed men, but not until n promise decision Is the result of a two-dathin need womnn was mntlo for mnn, toward us, watching us, waitin- g- dx hours, you know." was And FaUtown Roth Roberts and Corwln reddened, Thero had not been much time to ar hud been obtained from directors of ference. E. U Kessler, president of They hnd minds nllke; they hnd splr- - ready to applaud us. and equally ready Hunt nntures nllke; therefore tlicy to avenge us. I got tho leeiing or or tho sarcasm of Dillon's remnrk range decorations, but enterprising the entertainment that no German tho league, said there was full agreemerchants had draped tho fronts of music would bo rendered. Tho sol- ment on the fundamental features of could commune together nbout tho company a more satisfying sensa vas glnringly apparent. things thnt surrounded them nnd tion than tho sight of tho fellows on neither Roberts or their stores with flags and bunting diers und sailors who Invaded the con the tentative draft of the proposed bill, Hut curiously, every hand gavo mo. And Just beforo "orwln felt any resentment. Tli" down Main street In front of tho City cert hall were tho "skirmishers" of n but members of tho Legislative Comnhout Ood. Mnn wns mndo from the dust of the we got the word I felt like I used to ooked nt each other and smiled, for Hall thero were festoons of colored party of nearly 1,000 uniformed men mittee hesitated to commit the league outside, who wero assembled when a to certain details In the bill without .ground nnd womnn wn taken from feel when a band marched down tho oth hnd a feeling that they deserved lights and n platform portablo fclils side. telephone cull whs received nt tho submitting them to tho nntionnl conupon which n band played. She Is therefore one re- street at homo playing tho 'Star Span Dillon's sarcasm. "I move further from the enrlh than Bled Hanuer" with a long column of "I surrender!" said Corwln. Dut If thero wero not so very many Navy Club upprlsliig members thnt a vention to be held In Detroit, Sllch., In man. The fact thnt womnn wn mnde soldiers In buoyant step behind them should have done this long before." decorations thero was plenty of noise German concert'' wns being held on July. They will be prepared to make I went clammy all over, and my heart from mnn's rib points to unity, "I knew jou'd get, In under 'he with tho blaro of horns and the the eve of tho Victory Uinn campaign. their campaign for this legislation in nnd equnllty. Ood charged this swelled until I thought It would bursL wire," smiled Dillon. clang of bells and tho clatter of hur the next regular session of Congress. my country, then and Red Army Captured. of "How did )ou know?" asked Cor- riedly constructed contrivarices first pair with the responsibility of I could seo feeling. When Road Improvements Urged. many patterns nnd tho sound of It Archangel. replenishing the enrth. (Oen. 1:2S). Well, you all know tho went wln. Slnco landing on tho Marriage Is n divine Institution and wo cot tho word we went. and tho Mineral Wells, Tex. Addressing the "Shucks," laughed Dillon. "Quito filled Corwln with a tingling oxulta Archangel frout last September, the wo of cases like yours hnve tlon that ho had never felt before, most sacred; for Ood mndo them world knows how 4 number Americans have suffered 520 casual seventh annual meeting of the United wound?" Questioned come your "And under mv observation. You mule nnd female nnd performed the this," he whispered ties. Of these 100 wero futalltles, States Good Roads Association hero, "I almost lost In view of Miller. didn't bellovo In the Liberty Loans; you to the girl, during a momentary lull there having died of disonso or been Senntor Hnnkhend, of Alabama, retirfirst mnrrlnge ceremony. "Well, It's a little tough to reallzo had fault to And with noarly everv polygamy nnd divorce nre gross-killed, nine olllcers und 187 men. The ing chairman of tho Senate Postolllce this, "What?" that I will never bo nblo to seo again thing the government did. I've felt urged further Improve)y criminal. Mnrrliigo Is the fountntn-henmen wounded consist of 12 olllcers and Committee, I lost my sight I think that crowd, tho peoplo tho spirit 320 men. Losses of Amerlcuns on the ment of American roads, extension of of nil life, religious, noclnl nnd but whenthosj loyal, watching millions Unit way myself; a great many of my of "Tho Molly," ho added In a low It Hnnkht'ttd National highway, from past notional, therefore corruption here Is serving peoplo, I don't worry about It friends relt thnt wny nnd still feel voice, all. front during of my "Isn't It great to havo a coun north Itusbiaubeen extremely the as the Paso, Tex., to tho Pacific coast, so Hut thoy that wny, for that mntte light, Kl most fntal. month have much." try, alter after all?" I buy subscribe. Just the same and most of the recent fighting bus been as to form u transcontinental highI Sho looked mischievously at him For fivo minutes nfter tho departure thorn. The average American likes to A Joy Forever. Itus- - way, nnd the education of highway endone either by the was no word kick nnd rnlse Cnln with tho governMolly, thero "And to havo conquered all mean slim troops, who are campaigning gineers by colleges In order to provldo An Aspiration Is n Joy forever. To of Hen nnd office ment he'll wolf nnd howl uboul In- petty suspicions," sno saiu. hnvo many of theso Is to he spiritually spoken In Corwln's capable construction men. bruvely, or the Hrltlsh. The threo men heard Den's halting competency nnd graft and all that rich. Stevenson. Ho nodded, Hushing. step on tho stairs grow fainter until stuff, nut In the end he'll help tho Demand Punishment of Huns. Andrew J. Wolfe Killed. "And to fool that now tho country finally they could hear it no moro, government. Ho has to, because ho's Motives. Paris. Premier Clement enu received can pay Its dubts, Columbus O. Andrew J. Wolfe, 87 And still they sat, each man avoiding an American. It's In tho blood. He Mr. Oladstono was onco henrd to "Yes." yours old, was killed Instantly when from Mrs. Churles'H. Furnam, of Newo eyes all of them feeling can't help It." Ho laughed again, remnrk thnt If nil tho wits of men the other's "And that wo have finished tho he was struck by un automobile. He York, tho representative of tho Btnull and unimportant. Ineffably turned to tho telephone and called a Job." foV tho Protection of Yoiuen wero to bo united in one brnln, that wns the father of ltobert F. Wolfe, Hen'i The loyal, watchlnj; mllllonsl Corwln und Roberts number. man would bo unnhlo to npprulso "Yes." Columbus newspaper publisher, uud Under International Law, a resolution words were flaming beforo Corwln's nny womwl, p r f Ho reached out and caught her P. Wolfe, Chulriuan of tho Ohio signed by fivo million American eyes; hey wreathed and leaped In his "la that tho Observer? Mr. Hlgley, hand. And Just at that Instant tho Harry action. "Tim thudos of tho rainbow." en relutlng to crimes against women vision with hideous mockery. please." (A pause.) "Hlgley? Heady band In front of the City Hall began War Savings Committee. ho wrote, "uro not so nice, the sands mental committed by tho Germans und their Ren, facing death on the field of to go to press? All right we'ro Just to play tho "Star Spangled Banner, of tho seashoro uro not such n multiallies during tho war. Demiiud Is made to think nobly in time. Get thic ami set It In scare tude, ns nro tho subtle, shifting, battle, had been ablo nnd the mighty crowd, thrilling with est country In the world." that all olllcers, soldiers and civilians Kalltown has gono over the most roverent of emotions, beblending forum of thought nnd of cir- of his country. Corwln, lounging In heud typo: "And It's mlnol" whispered Cor- - belonging to tho armies of tho cen- peaco cumstances that go to determine tho the lap of luxury In tho quiet to ono tho topi Hlg bUbscrlptlons by Carter came silent as beds clicked together vln, so that tho girl could no? hear tral p0Wers who perpetrated nny crime Corwln and Morley Roberts did the and heids wero bared hlm; "and I shall nover risk losing It aguiugt women or girls In any allied cjinructer of one net. Hut there Is one of Kalltown. had not yielded uud Judguth generous and supporting thought for trick. Great Isn't Jt.'l plulnly tho ereat again lM that sceth "Ohl" said tho. country should be puuUlied If possible. the Vhnkl clad boys who had fought 1 11U E.UU. it atly -- "w h nlr-cra- ft aj Forty-secon- v n Forty-sevent- h Sixty-secon- d jm. Forty-secon- d 1 j r. aj y slml-lnrlt- y 1 d newly-forme- d i Com-mltte- i ? righteously." i I Pago Eight THE CITIZEN April 17, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No rorrrapondrnc FIND WORK IN REVIVED SHIPYARD Report ol the condition of The Jackson County Hank, doing business at the town of McKcc, County of Jackson, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on tvc toth d.iy of April, 1919: ' JACKSON COUNTY BANK i 5 li not for publication, but JACKSON COUNTY pubtithnl unleM flsnnl In full bjr th writer. Th nm on t ridrnrc of good faith. Write phlnlr- 'I ,thc Carlco J3.90j.j5 Henry Allen of Carico, April 21. 4662 Moorcs Creek was visiting relatives ' 2, 000. 00 of Carico Friday, Saturday and Sun- Hrotlier .lames I.unsford look day. ToTAt $161,430.70 dinner willi S. It. Iloberls and family We Imvo bad some Inst Monday. '' LIABILITIES cold nigbls and frosts or Into but it ( aptial Stock paid in, in cast c. People basn't burl tbe fruit yet. r1 000 00 o 1... t lurpius runili 0,000.00 are about ready to plant corn around Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid '.. .. 2, 183. 14 bere; just waiting for warmer wi'piiHis ?tii)jcci 10 cuccK $204, 247. 50 On tbe 0tbiiisl., tbere weatber. lime ucposits 35,00.000 239,247.56 was a meteor or somelbinp bursled in tbo air tbat caused great wonder ' Totai j $262,430.70 tbe people. It was seen by Sam Iloberls and Robert Summers, County ol Jackson, State ol Kentucky, Set. Wc, I). G. Collier and J. R. Hays, President and Cashier of the and by Hurt Summers and wife. It above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to caused tbo carlb to quiver and Goochland the best ot our knowledge and belief. shake. Gilbert Reynolds of Ibis Goochland, April 21. Wo nrej D. G. Collier, President I.I.UI- i3 tumiig ins re. uics ai having somo nice weather at present present; J R. Hays, Cashier Sam Roberts ha been nm, pcopIo nre pIani,ing lo pai,t a catching some nice fish lately great deal of corn this week. Wheat Subscribed and sworn to before mc this ihth day of April, 1919. Meeting at Flat Top the second and oats are looking well in this Tlie tew Industries In nnd near TTnshlngton aro nlisoriilng euslly so far R. M. Ward, Clerk Jackson County Court Sunday in May. All come. Uncle neck of the woods. The writer the men who have been mustered out of the United States nrmy ut tho capital. Hy John Fowler, D, C. Elibu Roberts has moved back on and bis little daughter were at the Here nre three men, one from overmen., Just out of tho nrmy who nre helping Indian Creek to Joe Williams' place. Drew school bouse last Sunday at build k1iIm In n ynrd In Alexandria, Vn., where the Industry has been revived Thcro are prospects for a bounti- a large Holiness rovival meeting and for tho lint time since the days of George Washington. UNITED STATES NEWS ful peach crop in theso parts. Ed. met a great many old acquaintances (Contlnntd rrom Pigt Ont) BARNES WHEAT CHIEF way, and put forth your efforts lo parents returned to thoir homo In Roberts and sister, Ethel, was visit there. Hardin Moore and Sid Azbill erect a church house in this little l.exington Saturday. at Moorcs Creek last week. of Five-CeSeveral ing Saving Bank Tho Boston j past through Goochland yesterday. town, and God will open up a way the boys or this place attended the took $1,000,000; the John Hancock I Housley Fork John Payne came into this neigh and help in such a great Appointed by Wilson to Handle cause." pio supper at Kingston Saturday Mutual Life Insurance Company am Housley Fork, April 21. Easter borhood yesterday from Pino Hill-Su- nday Mrs. Gertrude Rico, who is attendnight. Billion Fund. Jesse Cornelison or Speed- the Provident Institution for Saving was a warm, bright day hero Corn is selling at $10.00 per barrel; ing school at Barhourville, is ex- well visited Mends in Coyle Saturwith little stir. ach 82.000,000; the New Englant Hiram Metcalf Irish potatoes, $1.25 per bushel. pected homo soon. Miss Fannio day night nnd Sunday. Mutual Life Insurance Company 81,- - Wlir Direct Handling of the Entire sold out and is leaving for Ohio. Clay Dooley was home from London, McClure, or Snider, attended SundayPanola l lie llov. L. W. VanWinkle of this Suo Ilenett School, 500,000. ami the Home Savings Bank 1919 Crop Remain President of yesterday. - -school nntl church at Conway, Panola, April 21. Mrs. Alma Cox and Suffolk Savings Hank $1,000,000 place is called to serve the Silver Hurt Phillips had a log rolling last Grain Corporation. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. who has been visiting friends ami ach. ueeK ciiurcli this year, and preach- - Friday, and got a good days' work Schumaker, or this place, were relatives on Red Lick for the pait New York. April SI. Jiillm II. Kidder, Peabody & Co. subscribed ed there Saturday and Sunday. done. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Browning, of three weeks has. returned home. if the K.ilcntl Craln Next Saturday and Sunday are our lor themselves and clients $10,000, Mimic. mnwirntfnn, liai tei-- nr'lntfi whent Paint Lick last week. DlsputanU Arrived nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mr. 000. regfllar church davs at this nlace.' dlrretnr of the Unltf! Htntes Uf I'nu-Idi-i-it Disputanta, April 21. Farmers Joshua Mcintosh a line girl, weighKvprvhnHv rnrnn nni nn,i imnr n- Wilson, It wns nrmotincril nt the ing ten pounds in Ulis vicinity have begun planting ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Squire Wnllon ol the? Hardin. General Francisco Alvarez, of Mm olllce of tht ftKitl mtinlnlHtmtlmi In thli Mr. and Mrs. Flemon s,rs- corn- W. P. Abrams, Climax, Ky admin- West Irvine was visiting friend in Miller and son Azbill of Clover Bottom visited a. forces, was executed city. Misses. Viola shortly before midnight, April 21. Jfr. Hnm- - win rttrect the hnntlllnc home of G. M. Benge Saturday . Hborl' of. Ik'rea SI?cnt lasl weck istrator to the estate of W. H. Ba this section Sunday ur, ker, deceased, hereby gives notico and Clara Robertson of Noland were wu" relatives at tins piace. He met his death at the hands or of thi entln- - lOTO whent crop nntl will and Sunday. Aunt Narfcv Abeam the guests or Miss Edna Cole Satur- a tiring smiad with the utmost mlmlnlstor the I,ttW),0or),O0O fund Aiinl. .Tnnnln ! - T- - Pyno, who moved to Bcrea, of his appointment as administrator, b imnrovinr some. hy enngrps to tnke rare Prico Farthing bravery. Azbill is some hollor nUn. a vnrJ Iast winter, has moved back to bis All claims should bo tiled within day and Sunday. crop nnaVr the government who has had measles and pneumonia John and thirty days. Many thousands or persons sur of the gay party of young folks of South farm on Clear Creek. ironntntrvd prlrt. He wn avrwtrd for is slowly improving. rounded the barracks when the ex the.plncf. It wns nnnounerd, npon ree-Fork Creek and Housley Fork went Arthur Crouchcr, who have been OWSLEY COUNTY Bine Lick to the Rises to spend Easter. edition took place. Alvarez had onitnotKlntlon of Herhrrt Hoover. The visiting their father here, havo re Conkling Blue Lick, April 22. Easter was lie.cii sentenced lo dio nt an earlier In nildltlon to thu nilmlntfttrntlnn of farmers are very busy around here. turned to Hamilton, O. It. T. Abncv Conkling, April orn to Mr-- made beautiful with fragrant flow hour, hut on orders received Ironi the $1,000,000,000" fund. !Kr. Rnrne Every one trying his best lo raise as was in Mt. Vernon last week of the Jt.V),000.. large a crop of corn and tobacco as Carrol Martin has sold bis farm on and Mrs. Tom Halcomb. on Wed ers, inspiring music and appropri tho Supremo Court tho execution was will remain 000 covernment crnln corporation. ho can Miss Mary J. demons has Clear Creek to B. B. Cbasleen of nesuay, April uin, a son. He wan ate services in church, family re held up. The War ' Department, hlrh win conttnne to function a the named William Parker. Dclberl unions nnd community gatherings; however, ordered compliance with been staying with Mrs. Bob Hale the Boone, and has moved to Bcrea. Miss Ruth Payne spent a few days Williams returned homo from the and in many homes it was observed Iho sentence of the courts martial commercial ngeney for currying out past week.-e-MrLaura VanWinkle th gtrrerninent policies nntl which nlw is on the sick list. .Mrs. Simla with her brother, W. S. Payne, at army, Thursday. Logan Sizemoro rather as a feast day than a holiday, and the prisoner was brought out act n the purchasing- - rrpfeentntlre Conway last week. Mrs. A. T. has moved to J. W. Anderson's place by killing the fatted hen and an un lo face bis executioners. of the American relief adRiinlxtra- vbrams is improving slowly. Let's Aunt Nancy Bowman is spending warrantable t'oimiiniplion of eggs tlon. nil subscribe for The Citizen. It Abney, who has been visiting her Horn In Arkansas, nnd passing hl , Jells us. all about everybody wo want daughters at Paint Lick and Lowell, a few weeks with her niece, Mrs .win oiner ueiicaeitp. Every one Thirty-si- x observers, mechanics childhood In Wnnhlngton, I. C. Mr. has returned home. Mr. and Mrs, Margaret Day. Wo wero sorry to who observes Easter for what it nnd repairmen to know about. selected by the- rtnrnes has Ilrrd In Dulntb rmwt of his ;uusun angim were tun guests or .Mr, hear of the death of Emma Hj)gg, means, by penniting the sweet and Bureau or Navigation in Gray Hawk connection Mrs- - T-- c- - IIolt Sunday. sacred influences to draw him near- with the Navy's plans ror a trans life. Hf started out as a ptnir hoy Mrs, who died at her home in Boonevill Gray Hawk. Anril 21.J.ir frnsl. and ami has been Identified with the grain has been to seo us this week, but ii. u. uauu was operated on ai tne after a few days of illness. Joe er to God unconsciously marks a Atlantic flight next month, left tho InduMty since early manhood. do not think ho did much damage. Robinson Hospital in Bcrea last Campbell visited bis grandmother, mileslono in liis spiritual career. naval The executives of tho grain corxra- air station at Rockaway, Harris Mink of Brindlo Mrs. Emily McColliim, Friday night and helps to establish the proof April 21, on the mlne-laye- d Thcro is a line prospect for ap- week. Aroo tlon In the 14 zones Into which the Ilidge, who has just returned from We arc having some cool weather that Jesus arose and that Ho is alivo stook, bound Tor Newfoundland. It United Stntes has heen divided for ad ples and peaches hero this year. wilt holt! a meetMr. and Mrs. J. W. Tincher, or France, was calling on friends at at presonl. There was a slight and able to resurrect unto new life. is understood tho Aroostook later ministrative Disputanta Sunday. Corn planting hasn't begun as yet will proceed to the Azores, where ing In New York next Wednesday at C. Thomas frost, Saturday morning. Ralph Natbanton, paid J. B. Bingham a grain corand wifo of near Berea spent Sun u ilson is homo rrom Jackson, Many farmers are ready. The White she will act as supply ship. TI13 which the personnel1 of the visit, over Saturday and Sunday. coming year will h poration for n, Looney Corn proved so very satis cruisers Columbia and Baltimore al- determined. the day with the latter's parents, Mr. where ho has. been iii school. Our school closes Wednesday 2.1, factorily adapted to this s?clion so have been detailed to assist in Scoville willi a good entertainment. Wo and Mrs. W. S. Sliearer, hero. Scoville, April 18. Mrs. Leonard last season that it is being ordered (he flight, it is said. nave had a fine school this vonr. hut J. W. Todd and daughters of Rook WILSON STAYS SHY OF STRIKE Nceley attended a family reunion rrom Iennessee for seed this year. friends hero Sunday. wo hope to make it better next year.l Tho men aboard the Aroostook A telegram announcing the safe have been carefully selected. ins uweiiing at her mother's home at Vincent, ' a 1,0 1S Sayt He Ii Too Far Away to Deal Wo cannot tell what will come ' ly WMh Phone Trouble In New next weck. Wo have had this win-- 1 ,,ouse- - Bcrt Martin and wifo spent last Friday, which was given in arrival or Elmo Flancry rrom overall of them have been drawn England. honor of her brother, Willie Yen seas, April 19. was received by his rrom the personnel or American Nater, flu, smallpox, mumps, and &aiuruay ana Sunday with His Miss Ruth able, who bad just relumed from parents. He is at Camp Mills, N.Y. val Air stations in France. Our C. E. meeting and'U'or' Casner Martin. Paris, April 21. IVenItlent Wilson Iavno of JJaltlc Creek Mich is Franco. Wilson Judd, tho son of Archie Flancry, who arrived Iron) Sunday-scho- ol is well attended. enhletl Secretary Tumulty declining parents here. Clay Mr. and Mrs. Andy Judd, who has France April 1st, is now at Camp Mjss Lola Bingham conducted the' visili"fc' remiest he had received from New KENTUCKY NEWS Taylor awaiting his discharge. C. E. meeting, the llth. Tho sub- -l Mil,er is farming and hauling goods been in a hospital in France for scv nugland governors to Intervene In tho (Continued rrom Papa Ona) M- - pavnc- Quito a number from this vicinity T1,cr0 wiU 1,0 eral months, returned home, yestor ject was, "Prayer."-Lut- ber telephone strike In New Knglantl. Shop- - for Mcssers. Frank and Arch plan to attend tho "Flying Circus" The president salt! he felt he could herd, who lias been in France, gave! I"'eacI,i"K at Clear Creek next Sat-n- n day. County Chairman 0. Oltn Green not act Intelligently nt this distance. interesting talk of his trip, and l,nIay anu Sunday, conducted by tbo Mainous, who havo been visiting at Lexington Thursday, tho 2ith. ltoston, April 10. Asslstnnt I'ost- Mr. honierolks at this place, returned to Myrtle Johnson, who is nurso at a stated that Madison County had tbo faro there and back. Most every Ilov- - H' lu poniicr ot Gauley. Koons, chairman, of T' Abney motored to B- Appalachia, Vn., Tuesday. Miss Winchester hospital, visited honie gone "over the top" with a gooil nuifter Oenrrnl body is ready to plant corn this all(1 Mr salo margin In tho service for Jew the wire control hoard, told represent rolks this- week. rea Sunday. Sam Hollins- Martha Ross, who has been visiting owkWo hopo to havo a piko thru i the striking telephone work Conway her grandmother, at St. Helen, re- worth and rnmily visited relatives ish Relief. Reports nre not all in, atives of ho saw no reason why thu Jackson County, in tho near future., ers that in Kirksville last Saturday and Sun but a sufllcicnl amount baa been re- strike could not he settled within n Conway, April 21.-- Mr. and Mrs. turned homo last week. Miss Vir Wo think it would help tho County Mrs. F. A. Campbell visited ceived to guarantee n saro margin few hours. He until he hail full powers more than any railroad don't you? Lco 1crrv wero visitors in Conway ginia McPherson and Carrie J. Row day. last week. Mrs. David Caliban, who land spent Wednesday with their liomefolks nt Kirhy Knob Saturday. over Madison's quota or 83,200. from I'oKtmaster flcncrnl Hurleson to , Col. II. II. Denbardt, of Bowling udjust the difficulty. has been sick for somo time, is im aunt, Mrs. Morgan Flancry. Misses t Green, will open his campaign ror ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ESTILL COUNTY proving Miss Emma Wynn, who is Reba Williams and Nettie, Dooloy tho Democratic nomination tor gov- Covington-Loxinglo- n district, tho Rockford Locust Branch attending scbool at Mt. Vernon, entered school at E. K. S. N April Rockford, April 20. Locust Brnnch, April 21. Farmers are visited her parents over Sunday. The ernor of Kentucky with a speoch nt program of which will give an inthe 7th. Sunday-schowas "organ very busy plowing around here. flight into world events in relation Rev. E. O. Rice, of Wilmorc, ized at Clifty, Sunday beforo lasl, farmers arc making uso of tho'benu-liru- l ML Sterling Saturday, May 3. Only 8177,200 of Fayette County's to tin home and foreign Holds to Tho flu seenis'to bo dying out. spring days by preparing fo assisted by Miss Hooker and Mis with tho rollowing olllcors: R. D. Nearly everybody around hero has Jinks, filled his regular appointHale, superintendent; D. W. Mnin- - their corn and potato crops. Mr. Victory Loan ipioln of $l,!H7,Rr0 wni'l'o reached in tbo Centenary Mission- severe cold. Jesslo Linvllle ment nt Conway, Saturday evening, ob, and (.nil Mrs. John Will Richardson's subscribed Mondny, tho opening day' nry campaign for ?liri,000,000 was Vaughn was taken to tbo Robinson Sunday, and Sunday evening. Miss Miss Maudo Mclntire, secretary. family aro very poorly with measles. of tho drive, when Chairman Gnorgo held at tho Centenary Methodist Hospital Thursday and operated on Hooker and Miss Jinks gavo us line Sunday-schoMrs. Allco Walton and her sister, 11. Hunt appealed to all persons to church in Lexington, today. Pasmeets at 2:00 p.m. for appendicitis. Sho is getting music and good singing, which all Miss Nnnnjo Judd, of this place, nnd Unllie. wero shonpini? in Irvlno go to their banks nntl make their tors nnd lay members or the disalong very, well. Gnstnn Gentry from Ok subscriptions without solicitation. trict, speakers trom several slates Robert Anderson enjoyed. Miss Jinks preached for Mr. Nick Crawford, or Linnet, Ky., Monday. and sister. Mary, or Point Lcavel are us, Sunday evening. Her subject wero married Monday arternoou. lahoma is visiting Ills sister, Bala'i Approximately jno of tho 8,000 sub presented the cause of tho visiting their aunt, Mrs. M. J. Todd, was: "Your sins will find you out.'" April litli, at tho borne of tho Ilickuell, here. Several of the scribers to tbo Fourth Liberty Loan of this place. Auto travelers on A largo crowd was present. She and bride's cousin, Mr. nnd Mrs.iichael citizens of Locust Branch went lo bought bonds, according lo tbo reo-ortho Dixio Highway aro getting very Miss Hooker promised lo como back Reynolds, or South Uoonovillc. kept by tho banks anil tho U'vino Saturday' to tho Sohller'3 Two mass meetings held in Paris, numerous. The oily of Ky., Sunday, in Iho interest of tho March. Miss Maggie Johnson has campaign workers. Aunt Mira Griffith is in tho near future and hold a rei Lexington, which has subscribed to Victory Liberty Loan resulted In tbo vory low. Sho is about tbo oldest vival. "Awake, yo citizens of Con- boi(i 111 for tbo lost few days. MADISON COUNTY Mrs. Sarah Campbell of this placo all provioii8 loans, Invested $10,000 entire quota of Hurbon County, beCoyle ing oversubscribed before tho formal Coyle, April 21. Mrs. Gcorgu visited her daughter, Hattle Layme. in Victory bonds. opening of tho campaign which ho nishop gavo tho little children an nl Dreylus. Mrs. Layrno entertnln- A Centenary convention of tho gnu Monday. gs; hunt, Easter. Thoro wero four- - ed quite n lurgo crowd on Easter Omar Campbell attended leen present. All report a nice time. Sunday. hiireli nl Beach Grove Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Jiles Hunter visited Clark Johnson visited his Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Cox Saturday night. night and Sunday. Boyil Lako and sister Easter Sunday at Dreylus. Editor of The Kentucky Oil Journal, of Louisville, has made scores sister visited their brother, Eigle, of his readers from $100 to $800 on "inside tips" on investments of Returns to its before-the-wSunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Glosslp OHN WHITE k CO. from $10 to $200 in oil and mining stocks tells what is good buys high standard of quality entertained a number ol thoir LaUISVILLI, KY. and what is bad free to his subscribers only. Sample copy free. friends with a nice dinner Sunday. Liberal aitortmtat Map of Kentucky oil fields, 16 ad lull value paid inches, wash drawing, and a Mrs. II. G. Cox went to Bcnju Fribeauty free to agents who will take subscriptions for mc amonu day. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Column their friends. The Journal is 16 pages, illustrated now $2 per year who havo been visiting their grand- Hldaa and soon $3. 411-1- 2 Inter Southern Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Gaat SUM 1 -e person nrountl hero. Yesterday was call day at ScafTold Cano and tho choirc fell on Iho Ilov. llobert Am- -' broso of nenr Clover Iloltoin. Wheat I" looking well in this community Tobacco beds can be seen In all directions. J. p. Sims passed thru bere yesterday driving n young Daddy Todd is visiting "orse. H. K. Hullen for a few days. Sonic, of Hip Clear Creek singers wero at Scaffold Cane Saturday, and tbeir singing was greatly appreciated. Sunday Scbool is in progress at Scaffold Cancaftor sucb a long cation, mostly caused by flu. Feed is getting around bere; corn ' is high nt.l hard to. get. RESOURCES I.oans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Hanks Cash on hand , Checks and other cash items Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures,... 84,682.51 2.001 30,886.93 nS oofi'm it - J - nt ex. 19-B- a purr" l'""ns Vir-lua- bro-measl- cs. I ol K, assistant-suporintende- ol ds No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar OLD MAN HARRIS Once Tried Always Used 0 :::furs -