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FROST, EHUof (A COLLEGE Kntrrt't nl eidji Hif iMlJHf at lltruu Rv at under Attnf Marth, 1979. iW f.Vry Thurnlnv al lltmt, AV. Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. Devoted to tti& Interests of t!b.e 3HoTjinte,ixx People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WAY 8, 1019. One Dollar and The Citizen General Washington Gardner Arrival of Fifty Cents Per Year. No. w "Lest We Forget" Our Soldiers A man is ennobled by the cause he fights for. And the soldiers in the late war did know what they were fighting for, and it was something very grand and precious. Those who died are to be numbered with the world's heroes; and those who came back come back to a new level of honor and affection. Berea to Entertain G. A. R. 14-- 1 Let's Give the Boys of '61 a Royal Welcome May 6 1 AUSTRIAN PEACE World News ! Enemy Causes Surprise in Capital. GERMANY WILL Delegates French Lend to the Government Do you know that war costs money? Has not the Government paid out liberally to soldiers and raisers of mules and pork ? Now to pay these bills Uncle Sam must borrow . Ho gives good interest and good security. Every patriot will lend all he possibly can . By the way Madison County 'and Berea are now quite behind their neighbors. Hurry upl Obstacles of tho work of tho Peaco Congress seem to lie arndunllv dls- oppcarlng as tho limo passes. Tho iasks aro great beyond our ability 10 grasp Din iney aro m process 01 solution and thero is every reason to bcliovo that tho presont week will mark tho completion of tha greater part of the task. KEEP KIEL Presentation of the Peace Terms Will Take Place Wednesday-Belg- ian Delegates Dissatisfied. Hurrah for Perry County! Perry County has voted, 12781072, a twenty cent tax for public roads. They are planning to bond the county and make good roads. Now we admire the wisdom and enterprise of Perry' County. Good roads mean good Schools, good business, good neighbors. Lotus all try to imagine the difference it will make to have these roads. Our grandchildren will certainly have them, but we need them ourselves right nowl the German pence delegation already under wny nt Versailles, the question of steps In record to mnklng pence with Austria hns heen tnken up. Purls, Mny 5. An Austrlnn pence hns nrrlved In France. The di legate have heen housed nt St. Paris Mny .".With meetings with intention It is definitely settled that the capital of tho Lcaguo is to bo Geneva. Switzerland has always stood for liberty and has been a refugo throughout tho centuries for noted men who could not find protection in their own country. It is tho homo of tho Red Cross movement and was tho placo for tho meeting: of several commissions for arbitration, notably tho ono that sotlled our difference with England aflor tho Civil War. What About Burleson? When a man is being attacked is a good time to consider his good points! Mr. Burleson gave us the Parcels Post. And it was he who devised the splendid way by which literature has been sent to the soldiers through the mails during the war. And abovit all, he has greatly extended the postal service without too greatly extending postal deficit. Without doubt, he has his faults and failures, but vre suspect that a large part of the attack upon him. is made by the publishers of newspapers and magazines who are angry because he is charging them more than used to be charged for carrying their bulky products through the mail. We believe that the publishers of newpapers and magazines, receiving amounts for the advertising pages which constitute more than half the weight in the mails, ought to pay a reasonable amount and not be subsidized by the government as they are when our postal service is conducted as in past years with enormous deficit. ( Past Commander - in - Chief, G. A. R. To be the Principal Speaker at the Encampment Thursday Night Herea is to be favored with tho that liberty might endure is 03 Stale Encampment of the Grand worthy of "ccognition today as the Army Veterans next week. The 'courage, chivalry and patriotism visitors will begi nto arrivo on the' which their sons evinced in the noon train Wednesday, and the struggle against Kaiscrism to safe opening camp-lir- e will bo held guard tho rights of all people Wednesday evening in the Chapel, throughout the world. promptly at 7:30. Men of prominenco in Grand Army Herea has ever been in the ad- circles and of national reputation vance guard of loyally to country, are included among tho speakers and hospitality to visitors, and wo expected, and a varied program of aro sure that this important gather- story and song has been arranged ing will call forth our host efforts proceedings Encampment The along these lines next week. will t'onstitute an important pago in Kentucky played a noble part in Berea history, and will afford a the recent war and each community opportunity to greet much-covet- a and welcome the men in bluo whose royal welcome to its returning ranks are being so sadly decimated heroes, but our joy in welcoming by death each year. the younger veterans will not lesson our love for nor appreciation of the The citizens of Berea and sur more aped veterans of the Civil rounding country will need no urgWar. Their form may not be so ing to embrace this opportunity and erect, nor their stepso youthful, lo do ail in their power to make the but their spirit of loyalty to prin- visitors "feel at homo" in good Ken " ciple, and their willingness to die tucky fashion. is busy these days in extending ed HONOR THE BRAVE! Kentucky News U. S. News Berea's Memorial Service Sunday, May PROCESSION 11 , AT 3:00 IN THE AFTERNOON All soldiers, whether students or not, will march from Boone Tavern, followed by students and citizens. Speeches by men who have been in actual war. Closing tribute by Hon. J. M. Robsion of Barbour- ville. Let every patriot be there. CONTENTS MICKIE SAYS PAGE 1. Editorials: What About Burleson? ; Hurrah for Perry , County; Lend to tho Government; Our Soldiers. Memorial Grand Army Announcement. World Nows; U. S. Notes. News; Stale Nows. Now Nows. School PAGE 2. Special York News Item. School Announcement. Curront PAGE 3. Serial Story. Events. Sunday Local Nows. PAGE 4. school nnd Church Notes. General Nows. New Books for Library. PAGE 5. Cumpllro Catechism. PAGE G. DONH KNOW WHAT CUlM.tHM IN" PRCffV LOCKV FCR. MB, County Judgo II. C. Tartar and Julius II. Barnes, National Wheat Judge Cam Mullins, of Rockcastle, Administrator, said that the act have united in an effort to build a establishing tho Food Administrapiko from Ml. Vernon to Somerset. tion gave authority to control trading in foodstuffs on exchanges Meeting of County Superintendents to tho extent of prohibiting future Tho superintendents from fifty trading altogether. Ho said tho act counties of tho Eastern District left was still in effect and that his duty Richmond Friday for their homes was imperative if demonstrated after haviyg expressed themselves abuse should arise. as having attended tho greatest meeting of superintendents ever Fire at tho naval air station at held in tho Eastern District. Rockaway Beach, New York, on Monday damaged tho naval seaWheat apparently was not seri- planes N C 1 and N C i, which were ously damaged by tho frost, acto start Tuesday on tho first leg of cording ii reports received in llio flight. the cilice of Commissioner of AgriculTho wings of tho N C i wcro comture, Mat. S. Cohen, only Eastern pletely destroyed, and this airplane Kentucky counties reporting dam-ag- o. may bo unablo to attempt tho ocean It was believed that tho cruise. Tho only fruit that escaped, as N C I could bo repaired in limo for far nst reported, was on high land, tho "Jump off." and much of that is lost. trans-Atlantio EMERtBCHN 'BONN PRINTING VNE TURN OUT IN THIS SHOP , GR. VO BE pness OW fcN THS HERE JOB NIGHT" I Forty-on- o forest tiros during tho spring forest season were reported to J. V, Barton, Commissioner of Geology nnd Forestry. Tho fires occurred in thirteen counties, burn- ed over approximately an acreage of 10,200 acres nnd resulted in nn approximate damage- of 39,033. The counties in which tho fires occurred wcro Rowan, Estill, Madison, Leslie, Letcher, Jackson, Harlan, Floyd, Magoffin, Knott, Breathitt, Bell, and Clay. Thero is 'an ncuto shortage of men for tho United States Navy, according to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Acting Secretary of tho Navy. Secretary Daniels has cabled tho Navy Department from abroad directing that enlistments bo pressed with all vigor. Tho situation as regards personnel is so aculo that every endeavor must bo mado to obtain as many llrst enlistments ns possible until further orders. Julius. Barnes, director of wheat for tho government, today declared flour prices must como down. "Canadian importation of wheat lias boon arranged as part of tho program to forco down flour prices," lie said. "Talk or a wheat f amino, however,"' ho said, "is all bogoy." "There nro 00,000,000 bushels of iinmllled wheat in America now. Domestic- consumption of flour is about 8,000,000 bushols a week and Homo and Farm De- partments. Sunday school Lesson. -Soldiors' Banquet at Narrow Special Housekeeping Gap. Article. PAGE 8 Eastern Kontucky Nows. Liberty Loan Nows. PAGE 7. When tho Texas Company at Win chester took over tho holdings of the W. F. Mooro Company a row days ago, ono of tho largest deals Involving oil lands in Kentucky was completed. Tho Texas Company has valuable holdings in Texas and ads countied properties in thirty-tw- o ties in Kentucky to Us other holdings. (Conllantd on Psgt Eigbl) Tho most discussed event of tho There have heen no Intimations thnt week lias been the departure of the un Austrlnn pence delegntlon was on Italian representatives from tha Its wny to Paris, of which St. Congress at Paris. They refused n Is n suburb. lo grant tho right or Servia lo have In the ense of the Germnns tho Iho seaport of Fiume. Thero is a pence conference procedure wns to long and somewhat justifiable reason send Invltntlons to Berlin for the sending of Germnn delegates to receive for the claim but the downfall of Austria-Hungahas so changed the nllled terms of peace when It thnt the trenty to lie presented conditions that Iheso reasons havs now but little force. Germany wns nearlng completion. In the lack of nny news regarding n similar procedure having been tnken A seaport for Servia is an essenby the pence conferees In the case tial of any treaty that will bo perAustria-Hungarof It seems possible thnt either nn Austrlnn delegation hns manent and meet the needs of social come to France on its own Initiative justice. It was tho lack of such a for n speclnl purpose or thnt the Im- port that brought around tho conperfect conditions of transmission from ditions that led to war. A comproEurope now prevailing hnve resulted mise lias been suggested, that Fiume In the nonnrrlvnl of explnnntory dislie put into tho hands of tho League patches which might throw a new of Nations for a space of three years light on the foregoing message. to be used both by Italy and Servia The credentials committee will hold nnother meeting with the Germnn del- and in the meantime a new port bo opened for the uso of Servia. Then egates Sunday morning. Fiumo might pass to Italian possesFoe to Get Treaty Wednesday. The presentntlon of the pence terms sion. to the Germnns will not tnke plnce before Wednesday, Mny 7, nccordlng to Belgium has felt much agrieved the present Indentions, Pnrls newspa- that she did not fare better at the pers say. Importnnt progress hns been made, however. In solving problems hands of tho representatives in tho before the flnnl shaping of the trenty. Peace Congress, and threatened not Tho Echo de Paris says that the coun- to sign at one time. She has been cil of three ndopted the section of the asking for larger indemnities and has trenty denting with Alsnce nnd Lor- desired to bo given full rights as a raine, which nre given to France. nation with privilege of maintainGermany to Retain Kiel. ing an army for and The council of three hns settled the with tho right to mako alliances. Germany stnttis of tho Kiel cannl. Tho disappointments, however, will probably will retnln proprietorship of not keep Belgium from signing the tho wnterwnys, but tolls for passage will be levied under International con- peace" treaty. trol. " The council nlso decided that no proSweden desires to bo better known vision will be made In the pence treaty and lias just created a number of for the disposition of the German scholarships which aro open to cables beyond specifying that they nro to be tnken from the Germnns and American students. Tho institutions left In the control of the five great of that country have very high rank, especially nlong technical lines and powers. Tho Chinese delegntlon Issued n that of industrial education. In tho stntement with regnrd to the decision latter flcld thoy rank aniong tho first of the council of three concerning in the world. Sweden is essentially KlnoChnu. The statement explnlns democratic and Norway has long thnt tho decision of the conference vir- aspired lo become a republic. tually substitutes Jnpan for Germany In Shnntung. The decision, the statement says, gives Jnpnn practical conJapan is apparently satisfied with trol of northern Chlnn. tho agreement of tho Peaco Con"The Chinese delegntlon cannot but gress that she may hold tho terriview tho decision with disappointment tory taken from Germany for a nnd dissatisfaction." the communicaperiod of tlireo years. China is not tion concludes. so well pleased, however, and fears Belgians Register Protest. tho ultimate control of Japan of all The Ilelglnn delegntlon Is expressing north China. Japan denies any indissatisfaction over tho terms of the tention of any further control than prellmlnnrles for- peace as they affect Belgium. None of tho terrltorhil that which Germany exercised when cluluis of Belgium has been granted, the territory was in her possession. excep't that for Malmedy, In Ithenlsh Prussia, a short distance south of In case Gormany refuses to sign tho population of which not before tho war wns largely Walloon. tho treaty of Peaco thoro is likely to bo a renewal of military Mnlmedy will revert to Belgium. In fact tho Allies have nlrendy men- measures. Of tho $500,000,000 tioned as an Immedlnto flnnnclnl In- stated thnt Germany will bo isolat demnity for Belgium more than hnlf ed, deprived of food and supplies tho amount has merely been placed to from outside, and from opportuniBelgium's credit In nllled countries ns ties to ongago in commorco or to part payment of war loans. fleet sho provision hns been mado for tho securo loans. Without a No could not help herself and would be 0,000,000,000 recall by Germany of the marks which were left In Belgium and forced to yield. Tins is the method now nro lying In Belgian banks, bear- by which tho Leaguo of Nations exing no Interest nnd unproductive, ns pects to enforce its decisions and tho circulation of tho mnrk In tho power thoro Is in it can bo seen Is not permitted. "The amount at once. of 0,000.000,000 mnrks represents virtually tho total Belgian liquid wealth The Guitar. member of tho Belgian assets," frald Tho guitar Is an Instrument of six delegntlon. strings, viz. E. A. D, G, B, E. Tho strings, If sounded together, would not thoro aro 13,000,000 bushels. a week mnke u chord according to tho rules of modern harmony. It Is not a being milled," ho said. Instrument to lenrn and its chief Ho blames high prices on n uso is In accompanying another Instrupanicky grain market. ment or tho voice In singing. Oer-mairy y self-defcn- so Bel-glu11 dllU-cult Gor-mnl- n. See Notice of Mountain Summer School on Page Two and Six Paso Two THE CITIZEN NEW YORK THE WORLD'S CENTER May 8, 1010. SOME TRUTH, MOSTLY TRASH Comic Section School News from Various Departments MEMORIAL SERVICE FIVE DOLLARS REWARD Dean Malhen will give llvo dolThe soldiers and sailors of Bcroa lars for the host play written, prowho havo given thoir lives In the vided it is good enough to he given, World War are lo be commemorated on n subject which deals with in a mass meeting in the College tobacco ml the grocery bill. Chapel on Sunday aflornoon, May II. All soldiers and snilors who are VOCATIONAL PLAY now students in tho College or havo Members of the advanced classes Hip gave been students In the past, and all DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? Attend Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY Special Correspondence of Tho Citizen New York is a new lown compared with London and Paris, but It Is growing fnslor than they, am' certainly seems moro rich nnd varied and splendid. At nny rale It is like coming to Heaven to come here and soe so many of Iho things thai ynu only hear about at home. You have always read book published by novell, anil Scrlbner. and Harper Brothers, and in New York you find the homo and headquarters of thpo great firm. Today I nelually met Lvrnan Abbott walking along the slreet with his cane and silver beard I And here Is the headquarters' of conall pursuits' nnd pleasures cert", theatres, muiims dinners at five dollars a plale, carrlaees and automobile?, displays of fruit, confectionery, toy, fine furniture, silk and' satin enough for a Kaiser or any oilier fool. The sadilesl words of hand or pen Are lliese Iwo words "Slung Again!" Miss Aokloy: "Why do they call Johnson Thesis'?" Mts Russell: Ilucnuso it Is taking so long lo 'right' him." of town who haw a Shakespearean play last Saturday citizens of the niplit In the Tabernacle. The play served In any branch of the sorviee all arc asked and urged to attend selected to lie given was, "As You Like It." A rather large crowd tended and enjoyed iU at- Vocational department June 6 to July 11 and July 11 to August 15 LAWSON WINS FINAL IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT Dewey Lawson won tho final of the singles in tho lonnls tournament Saturday by a victory over Charles Carpenter. The score ran: first set set 0 to 2, favor of Carpenter; second fl love, favor. of Lawson; and in tho third set 6 to 3, favor of Lawson. Carpenter started out strong but weakened nolicably in tho second and did not gain sufficiently in the third to stand against tho even playing of Lawson. NO TOBACCO A meeting LEAGUE FOR BEREA was held Sunday afternoon, May 4, under the direction of Dr. Wm. A. McKcevcrs, of tho University of Kansas, for tho purpose of making plans for a "No Tobacco League" for Bcrea. This lebacco league will have for its purpose a fight against tho tobacco trust and the tobacco Industry, not an individual fight against users. Sunday, May 4, will be a hislorio day for Bcrea and likely for the United States, for the fight against the tobacco trust is going to bo as severe as tho fight against the breweries. 4 SERIES OF SPECIAL MEETINGS FOR Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A., which meets every the memorial exorefscs in service Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business uniform, bpecial sealing arrange men, fanners, discharged soldiers, house-keeper- s, Chrisments will bo provided for all men In uniform. tian workers. "Something good for every comer!" Promptly at 3:00 a procession will Daily discussions of tilings important for tiie mounbo formed, starling from the Boono tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Tavern corner and proceeding to the Chapel. It is hoped thai all sol Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest edudiers and sailors of tho town and cators and speakers of the south, and summer brings school will form in lino and be first in other noted men,' moving pictures, entertainments, to enter the Chapel in honor of their fallen comrades. Tho student body music. of the Collogo will follow and tho Berea is religious, "works with all doors will then be opened for citifollowers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to zens as far as tho "seating capacity of tho Chapel permits. confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for enSeveral students who have been trance that you live in the mountains andf are above in actual action ono from each defifteen. partment will tell their stories, and Congressman J. M. Robsion of Best location, climate and equipment. the eleventh district will give the Note two things: The studies and entertainments closing address. Inasmuch as May are the best, and especially adapted to people from the II is Mothers' Day it is hoped that the mothers of men in service may mountains. attend in a body and be seated in a And the prices are made right for young folks just section reserved for them. getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." "Because of this Memorial Exercise on Sunday afternoon there will be no Chapel exercises on Sunday Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, evening. Let us mako this Memorial Day (Adv.) Berea, Kentucky a fitting mark of our respect and honor for those men who have laid down thoir lives on tho altar of Some of People You Will Meet Freedom and Humanity. non-sectaria- n, "Somebody goos oft with alarm clock ovory day." "Oh!" sho said. "Yes, my Hum iiialo docs." my Uneasy looks the faoo that wears a frown. In looking over tho College students at work in the dining room an olnwver noted tho rather tired look on io many of thoir maps, "Hut no wonder," ho said, "they havo strain on their faces." the at the Mountain Summer School FIELD DAY Be-rea'- s Sunday night at C:15 in Upper Chapel, is presenting a series of meetings on work in tho Foreign Fields. Last Sunday night's service was tho first of these special meetings, it being led by Miss Sargent with a talk about China. Miss Sargent will sail early in September for China as a missionary and will be gone seven yearsJ Next Sunday night Chung W. Cho will speak of the Korean Field. PI SIGMA WINS DEBATE Pi Sigma won in tho fifth annual debate between Beta Alpha and Pi Sigma Literary Societies which was held Saturday night in Upper Chapel. Tho subject of the 'debate was the Sufferage question, Pi Sigma having the affirmative and Beta Alpha the negative. Tho speakers upholding tho affir mative were: Jerry P. Branson, Alvin R. Auxier, Hugh 0. Porter. The negative speakers were: Beckham Robertson, Samuel N. Dicken, Henry C. Johnson. Of tho four other debates each Society has won two. This one leaves tho scales unbalanced. VOCATIONAL WINS AGAIN Tho Vocational team won from the Academy department in a game played Monday, tho 5th, by a score of four to eight. Tho Academy started off with a rush but like all the other departments, could not hold out moro than three innings Coomer Johnson had to use his arm but littlo for he saw that victory was certain. The Academy scored fmir in tho first three innings and only got to second twice during tho rest of tho game. Fred Wilson and Nowlin got two hits apieco but Fred had it on Nowlin In that he swatted the pill for a in tho fourth. This Is tho last gamo for tho Vocational team until the first garno of tho series. Vocational two-bagg- er Wilson, 2nd b. Fry. 1st b. Bowman, s.s. Clark, c. Parsons, Comb, l.f. Nowlin, 3rd b. Hendrlx, cf. Johnson, p. Totals Beldon, A.B. R. 4 2 4 .1 H. 2 Q 4 4 3 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 Q 6' 0 2 0 2 2 3 31 10 10 5 II. 1 E. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 E. 1 Academy s.B. MrConnell, 1st b. Ilobshaw, c. Williams, 2nd b. Gallagher, 3rd b. Dickens, r.f. Stiles, B.s. Johnson, cf. Robertson, p. Totals 'A.B. II. 4 2 1 3 3 4 0 0 3 3 0 4 0 3 0 12 1 112 2 0 0 0 2 2.000 4 110. 0 0 29 6 Cloyd North McAllister, Ph.D., tin young si' dent received forty dollars Today is Field Day for Berea Col- Summer Regent and Director of support ftvm home. In order lo win lege. Look for an account of the expanded Summer School, was Ins w fii iigo fi w.irK. .1 contests next issue. born m St. Joseph, Missouri, when "Minmrrs as a canvasser and clerk, that town was hut a village and his and during the srhoul year wailed made a living by shoeing the DR. WM. A. MC KEEVERS OF KAN- father horses and oxen of the immigrants SAS STATE UNIVERSITY nn thoir way to the West. Before SPEAKS HERE the Civil War Doctor McAllister's, Dr. Wm. A. McKcevcrs of the De- father also resided in Kansas and' 'aLLC" aLaaK partment of Child Welfaro of tho as a Union sympathizer ho saw tho Kansas.' University of Kansas gave a series troubles of "Bleeding of lectures here tho latter part of w lien Doctor .McAllisters miner died ho left a family of six children, last week and Sunday. x Tho lectures were given under two younger and three older' than the joint auspices of tho Y. M. C. A. Cloyd, who was only live years of to assist in her securing an educaBIG DEBATE SATURDAY NIGHT and tho College. The subjects of age. Despite this handicap this amtion. She grew up without knowing The supremo event in tho school his lectures were: How to Work, bitious fa.ndy sought an education' Iho lasto of candy except home- society world will bo staged SatHow to Study, How lo Laugh, How and (w'lve years later young Cloyd made candy at Christmas time Her urday nlghL This Is tho annual lo Fight, How lo Love, and Young was gradrafed from the St. Joseph1 between Plu Delia and Alpha on table, mowed lawns, and acted father was a country preacher and America- and tho New Democracy. I as the representative of a tailoring before Katlierine was fifteen years Zeta. Doctor McKcevers mado also a There is no ovont in tho school concern. But this did not prevent of age sho had read his books, InVictroy Liberty Loan speech on tho lnm making a line record in school, cluding a five volume History of year that arousos moro Intorcst street on Saturday. because be won the college oratori-a- l i' tho Reformation and . .a I . two volume than this contest. It is tho crucial This man is doing a great work i 1 T Iftnln?.. I n.l contest two years and was Jllll'll'Ilb IllSllll). i.utiii'r turn 111 test. It is the decisive batllo of tho lighting for child welfaro throughcdit ir of tho college annual one conduct at the Diet of Worms made sohool year. Bo thcrol out tho United States. Ho Is thoryear and editor of the weekly dur- a deep impression on her mind. oughly in love with children and Also tho devotion of her mother in ing Ins senior year. On tho ALPHA ZETA SUPPER says that common humanity is the year he come to Berea as an keeping together a family of three Tho A-- Z girls and Alpha Zola most interesting book he has ever instructor and then reentered Iho children for five years after the Im.vs look upper down on the creek, Ho is fighting especially read. sti.dy of theology. After a year at father's death on an allowance of Monday night. against the cigarctto since ho reAndover and two moro years at fifty dollars a year greatly influencMuch fun and Joy 'nnd pleasure alizes through experiments how Oberlin, ho relumed to Bcrea as ed tho children. was experienced. detrimental to youth It is and how Before coming lo Berea the tile Superintendent of Extension Work. Tho oafs, in tho vornaoular of "Cot-io- n" Hie tobacco trusts aro psycholoHi resigned his position to Inko up contribution of Miss Bowersox to gical exploiting tho youth of tho Fioldor, ' would havo mado :t education was made as Principal of ir.ulo loavo his oats." a pastjrate. country. Carlisle Indian Sohool from 1002 lo In tho opinion of Ray Conglolon, It is a long path from book-ageto city pastor in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1007. She adapted tho work at this vervbody had a "mognolliis" lime, HENRY A. LICHTWARDT I'ut when Doctor Raymond camo to government school to the needs of nnd it is a surety that, could every ! Berea last year as Dean of Religious the Indians and recommended a iiie of tho par.y express his or hor Berea friends will read with inEducation he was forced to resign more practical trend to Indian edu- sentiments, she or ho would ay as terest tho following news item, clipfrom such duties as member of the cation. She helped to prepare a much. ped from tho Detroit Journal, conHigh School. In order to get a col- - Board of Directors of tho New York farm arithmetic and shop (arithcerning a former student of Bcrea lego education ho waited on tahlo stale League, New metic. College: NEXT SUNDAY MOTHERS' DAY Miss Bowersox has always enjoyCity Church fur Ins board and tutored fellow York Federation, Every person is asked lo wear a "Mr. Lichtwardt is secretary in Rio National Council of Congregational ed work nmong girls nnd It was this fiower lo Sunday school next SunJaneiro, Brazil, of "da Associacao students for other expenses. Completing his college courso ho, Churches, Educational Director of opportunity which brought her t. day as a romembranco of "Mother" Christa do Mocos," which Is perfectly good Portuguese for Young relumed to tho St. Joseph High) tho Congregational Church National Berea in 1007 as Dean of Women. Those whoso mothers nro still livthrough- ing should Men's Christian Association. He has School as teacher .of mathematics: War Service Commission, and the Hundreds of young women wear a red flower; thoso and after five years in this position Pastorship of Iho Old South Con- out tho mountains count tho in- whoso mothers aro not, n whlto one. been hero nearly thrco years. Foras a greal merly ho was boys' work Y. M. C. A. entered tho Graduate School at Yal.i1 gregational Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., fluence of Miss Bowersox secretary for Michigan, with head- University, where ho earned the; of 1,200 members, two Sunday facloo in their education. R. C. MILLER, CANDIDATE FOR quarters In Detroit. Ho speaks Por- degreo of Ph.D., and was retained schools, and two assistant pastors. REPRESENTATIVE tuguese fluently and has become a as an instructor for several years.' Everybody keeps awako when William Jusso Baird, Professor of Tho Mountain Advocate, Barbour-vill- e, loader in educational, athletic and Doctor McAllister gives two reasons' Raymond preaches, and thousands Mountain Agriculture, was born in publishes the following anhygienic work in tho community in for choosing Yale. The High School of pcoplo all through Iho mountains Knox county, Kentucky, In a cabin nouncement: ho taught remember him as an inspiring on Brush Creek. His father was a spilo of continued opposition by the principal under whom "We nre authorized to announco at SU Joseph was Frank Strong, now friend. newspapers lo tho Y. M. C. A. RICHARD fi. MILLER as candidate University, Chancellor of Kansas for Representative of Knox county, and ho influenced tho young mathMiss Kathcrino S. Bowersox, Dean .subject to tho action of tho Ilo- ematics teacher to go to Yale. Tho of Women and Instructor in Normal publican primary, August 2, 1010." ARE YOU SMART? other reason was an association Methods, was bom In Snyder county, formed in early years between tho Pennsylvania; country attended all fivo departments A Test In Bcroa, namo of Nathan Hale, tho loyal pa- schools nnd graduated from the innluiling tho six-yecourso In Normal nnd four-yeAny ono who can spell tho ten triot of our Revolution, and tho Stato Normal School, Bloominglon, courso in Yale. College. Ho has dono extension words given below is a smart man, namo of fhis Alma Mater, Ainnnnl (fill ' A tinn in liwiiumuiu Jill' l nit lirtitFnfitn vuhiivuh"ii work during summers, especially on according to a professor of the Unl Lawrence-bur- g, agricultural matters, having spoken vorsity of Minnesota, who applied with the State Normal at Mo., bo camo to Berea in 1013. tho tost to ninety Normal students in nearly every mountain county in Ioolor McAllister is ono of tho Kentucky. During this yonr Prowho intend lo teach school noxt best trained educators. In tho South, adyear. fessor Baird has mado forty-on- o dresses, speaking to 15,000 people. Tho best record was seven out of a man who thoroughly knows his business. And ho is every student's mountain preacher, unable to help Of tho agricultural graduates untho ten words spelled correctly. best friend. his son llnanolally. William entered der Professor Balrd's teaching, Repellant Berea classed seventh grade in tho soventeen aro government county Collectible Foundation School, kud in order ngents C. Rexford Raymond, A.B., B.D., Picnicking In oountlcs, mountain to keep in school cleaned stables, twenty-foD.D., tho Dean of Religious EducaInoculate aro farm managers, two sawed wood, wailed oil tables, and aro teachers, and soven nro still In tion and Instructor in Publlo SpeakConsensus did all kinds of student labor. Ono military service. This speaks eloing, was tho oldest child of a family Infered Sacrilegious of flvo whoso father was a coun'r;' Pa., In 1803. Her father died wheu suit of clothing served for tho quently of tho Influenco of Borea sho was nino years of ago and she entire first year of school. Between and Professor Baird In tho work Dlsslpato Doctor. Bilious During tho flvo year spent In was forced to earn her way through terms ho taught four country for better farming conditions in Ho was graduated from Eastern Kentucky. Vilify Oberlin College, Oberlin, O., tho school, receiving only eighty dollars schools. tii those nre only Iho surface What mokes New York is "Don't ynu think Miss llealey's business. Here are the great banks, voico might to bo cultivated some inuranee companies bond offices of more?" said Mutt. the greal mnnufarfurimr firms ff "Yes, and then harvosled," rethe world, as well a all the line? plied Jeff. of (ranpnrlnlion. You can buy a jtlckel for South America. I have "I feel like thirty cents," said hiM bid farewell lo a friend stnrl-- 1 Welsh, sighing. ing for Soulh Africa. On tho street "Yes, everything has gone up sinco are nld newspapers not only In I he war." she snid candiedly. French and Spanish, but In Greek and Hebrew! You can sit in your I.ymnn Abbott is about tho only hotel and telephone lo somebody Mirvivor. There Is tho Morgan who. knows everything about every residence still, and tho old Brick business in every part of the world. Church whero Mr. Cady was an And with New York's business older so long. And wo havo still the must be ranked Its science and its Quill Club and the City Missionary religion. Hero you find Iho doctor Society. But Iheso aro all In the who Ims seen every kind of n ens, hands of n new set of people. and the inventor who is solving Today the city turns out to welevery difficulty, and the preacher come the returning soldiers, and tho who tells us what Christ would do band and banners ami marching n Fifth avenue or in Uio Bowery, i men fill the street whilo sidewalks But what strikes mo most Is that) and windows and roofs are crowded the pcoplo aro all chancing so fast.' with onlookers. And groat and When I first came to New York it r.eniitiful arches and pillars seemed to mo that there wore have been erected at important certain men who mado New York, mints "In memory of those who seth Low was mayor, and Morgan have made the supremo sacrifice." was the groat flnancecr, and a Such an occasion reminds us that hundred others were the prominont evT one of all the hurrying, d, citizens in businoss, politics, recareless, crowd has a heart ligion. Today those men aro all gone and an immortal soul. thlnrs. Bt Says the Cincinnati Post "Bolshevism is simply unwashed autocracy." Taking Uils as a hypothesis, therefore. Is not a Bolshevist, since he slept on tho roof, nnyway. Mc-Co- rd, ex-fle- do-h- ale - ' 4 ng nt -- Anti-Salo- on j I ar ar i ur o Mny 8, 1019. THE CITIZEN "You from Canton I" sho cxclnlmed. "Why, of all things I That's where my hoy's Hnm6 Is. I'm glad to see you. Oo cause It left undecided the proportion of the totnl repnrntlon money to be allotted to them, and the Ilnnsels government decided Its delegates could not sign n treaty that did not provide for a complete fulfillment of tho promises mnde Ilelgluin hy her nllles. Page Three. mond wns made secretary genernl of the lengue nnd the representntlvcs of Iirnzll, Itelgliim, Greece nnd Spr.ln, were selected temporarily to represent the leser powers. At onco began the making of plans for tho first meeting of the lengue. ami It was admitted that this would ho held In Washington In October next. In the White House, under the presidency of Mr. Wilson. At that time the assembly will complete the organization nnd the next session will be held In Geneva, the permnncnt sent of the lengue. ltepubllcnn senntors who nro still unsatisfied with the league covenant and they nre rather numerous Agreed to hold n conference on the question ns soon as the president Issued tho call for an extra session of congress. Thfiy'nro determined thnt the covennnt shnlf be further amended, nnd somo of them fnvor n plan to try to dissociate It from the pence trenty. The latter, they ngree, must not be unduly delayed, and they nre a unit In demanding the enrly return of nil Amer-Icn- n troops from foreign lnnds. ilnlf a dozen or more of the orlglnnl opponents of the league In the sennte will support the amended covennnt, but soine of the Ilepuhllcnn leaders nssert thnt thero nre still .1.1 on the list of those who will not nccept It. Once more we nre nsked to bellevo thnt the bolshevik regime In Itussla Is waning, nnd nccordlng to the story, THE LIGHT IN THE HEARING-- ' A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT " NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS IRVING 8YN0P8TS. rton BACHELLEPw tiltt Audio of UtN HOLDtN, DTI AND I, OARfiEL OF TH UUSID KflflNO UP WITH UZZJt ETC, ETC Then enrao poor mrvls. They lint Just begun to apply the tar nnd fenth-cr- s orphan, to lilm when Curtis had stopped la taken to llvo with lib wrcle, I'cabody nl Ills Aunt lloel on farm on tlio process. IIo Iind only n shaking In u nrlKlilwrhnoil called I.ld. ."""road Itypllt about ths ypar IMS. Ilarton meets ruff of long feathers around his neck. Ball IJiinkMIrif, about own aite. Hut Tlicy lifted the runnwnys Into their socially of n clans aliovo tlio ltaynrsrs, noddles. I'urvls stnrted off nt n gallop, and la folnatd by th pretty faoe shouting "Come on, Hart," hut they and fine clothe. stopped him, "CH.U'TiIIt "Don't ho In n hurry, young feller," mwta Ilovlnic J5n, .k!:"wn In the holKhborhood aa tn Silent Huinnn." Amos Urlmsluiw, young wild one of the Indlnns, nnd then thcro yon of the richest irwn In the lowmtilm was another ronr of laughter. J? ltor at the Ilaynra home, and "Go hack to yer work now," Curtis Kovlnr Kate telta the fortune of the two oya. predicting a bright future for Dar-to- n shouted, nnd turning to 1110 added: and death on the Kallow Amos. "You ride along with me and let our Jleprovrd for an net of buylfhfor inlnchltf Ilarton run nwiy. Intending to make tils feathered friends follow us." home with the Junkelberg. He rrai-he-s Ho we started up the road on our the vIIMro of Canton and fall Into a alcep of eshaustlon on u poich. There way hnck to Coblesklll. Our guldo left I he found by Hllas Wright. Jr., prtiml- In public affairs, who, knowing tis nt the town lino some three miles Jent man llayixs, take homo af. beyond. ter buying him new clotIlarton lice. Uitotir was busy picking his nrms nnd shoulder. Presently he look off nn.1 Ma nn,l. CirAPTnn nl aunt Man Canton and hour fillas his feathered coat nnd threw It nwny, right read a sermon. CirArTnil nayns, Jyn'. 111 rlon Ill-Tla- rtnn Wright evlnre. In Ilarton, end a box or book nnd mngnttnea and the Itaync to home. The cirri km of Bllaa WrUht to the united Mutes aenate la announced. CILU'TEn rtarton la twelve year old ho aware of the of a wonderful and mysterious power Known na .Money." and lenrns how. through hla ponaeiuilon of that wonderful thing Drlmihan la the mot powerful and greatly dreaded man In the most of the eettlrra being In his S?l,K..A'i,r.a v,"u ( t,,e ayne homo Jlr. Vi right Itavea a note In a nculrd n. Iope. which Ilarton I to read on tho tlrst night when he leave homo to attend school. J?,U,AF7Fn. JV-Bll- aa- hrn bc-om- r CIIAITKIl eked to drive a load to mill, nrrlvra aafcly, but a enowatorm, unable to are the road, the horses get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Uncle l'rn hotly manages to get together enough to aatlafy Grlmshaw and obtain an extension. VI-na- rton 1 In Tho Judge raised my salary. I wanted the money, but every day I would have to lend my help, directly or to the prosecution of clnlms which I could not believe to bo Just JIj heart went out of my work. I began to fear myself. For weeks I had not the courago to tako Issue wltli the learned Judge. CHAPTER to seek Ono evening I went to his homo debribe Ilarton to be allrnt about his wounding tho murderer of the man killed termined to put an end to my unhnp-plnes- s. on tho road. The olTur Is spurned. After n llttlo talk I told hlra CHAPTEH of Ben (Jrlm-hafrankly thut I thought tho patroous seek to kidnap Ilarton. or do worse, lie Is warned by ''Silent Kate," and es- should seek a friendly settlement with capes. their tenants. "Whyl" ho nsked. CHAPTER Peabody, Aunt Deel and the neighbors celebrated Christ"Because their position Is unjust, mas. "Old Kate" la one of the patty. nnd untenable," was my CHAPTER nnd flsllv nun. nnswer. kelbers formally pledga their troth. lie rose nnd gave mo his hand nnd CHAPTER XlII-O- lJ Kato'. silent but n smllo of forbenrnnco In consideraunrelenting pursuit of Old Hen (Jrlmshaw tion of my youth, as I took It. ha Its effect, and goaded beyond endurI left much Irritated and spent n ance, Orlmshaw dies aa tho "Silent Woman" points at him. Fleepless night In the course of which I decided to cling to the Ideals of Daton gets a latter CHAPTER from "Roving Kate" which hearten blm vid Hoffman and Silas Wright Immensely, although at the time he In the morning I resigned my placo doesn't understand It nnd asked to be relieved pa soou as CHAPTER XV TJarton move from tho convenience of the Judgo would boyhood Into manhood, and chooses hla allow It. He tried to keep mo with own road. persuasion nnd higher pay, hut Tirought I.ntour on n roll Ecntlo "They I was Arm. Then I wrote n long letter amidst roars of laughter. Wliut a bear-- to my friend tho senator. Again I had chosen my way nnd with duo regard to the compass. VUt-TUrw JCI-U- nele XH-nsr- ton XIV-Tlar- at ton. On the way they meet n rider, and the thrre journey together. They are up by a man with a gun, who makes held the highwayman' demand of money or your life." Purvis runs "Your away, while the itranger draw a pistol, but before ho ran use. It the robber shoot and kill him. Ilarton' horse throw him and run away. A the murderer bends Over the etrangrr Ilarton throw a atone which he observe wound tho thief, who makes off at once, but not until Ilarton had noted that hi gun slock was broken In a peculiar manner. Hearch of the neighborhood for the robber la unavailing and the itranger I burled. ton Clf AITEU leave home to attend Michael Ilacket' school. Amos Grlmshaw In arrested charged with tho murder of the itranger. CIUPTnH VHNow tn hi alxtrenth Ilarton aci'omiianle "Mr. rear hired man, to the poilofrice I'urvls." Can- panions In Coblesklll. I changed my clothes und had my supper nnd found Judge NVsthrook In his homo and reported the talk with Curtis and our ndventuro nnd my view of the situation hnck In the bills. I observed that he gnve the latter n cold welcome. "I shall send tho sheriff and a posse." he said with a troubled look. "I'nrdon me, but I think It will tnako n had matter worse," I answered. "We must not forget that the nro our clients," he remarked. I yielded nnd went on with my work. In the next week or so I satisfied myself of tho rectltudo of ray opinions. Then came the most critical iolnt In my history a conflict with Thrift and IVnr on ono Eldo nnd Conscience on raying ! "They'll have to jmy for this. Every one o' those Jiickrnhblts will lutve to settle with inc." "Vou brought It on yourself," I said. ion rnn nwny from ine nnd got us all Into trouble by being too smart. You tried to bo n fool and succeeded be--J mid jour expectation." It was dark when I left my com- the other. Indl-lectl- y, CHAPTER XVI. They Brought Latour on a nail Amidst Hoars of Laughter. object ho like, poultrlflcd, was burred and eheathed In rumpled Cray feathers from his hair to his heels. The eight and smell of hlra scared tho horses. Thero were tufts of feathers over his cars and on his chin. They had found great Joy In polling that urlstocratlc livery la which ho bad arrived. . The Man With the 8eythe. wns late In Juno beforo I was ablo to disengage myself from tho work of tho Judge's olllce. Meitmvhllo thcro had been blood shed back In tho hilts. Ono of tho sheriffs posse had been severely wounded by a bullet nnd had fulled to servo tho writs. The Judgo bod appealed to tho governor. Peoplo were talking of "tho rent war." What a' Joy entered my heart when I wns uboard the steamboat, at last, nnd on my way to till most dear to mo I Ab I entered Luko Chnmplaln I tho map and decided to leavo the bout nt Chimney Point to find Koto Fullerton, who had written to tho schoolmaster from Canterbury. My aunt had said In it letter that old Kato was living there and Unit a great change hud come over her. So I went fibhore and hired u horse of the ferryman. I passed through Mlddlehury and rodo Into tho grounds of the col lego, where tho senator had been educated, mid on out to Weybrldge to sec. where he hud lived ns u boy. I found tho Wright homestead n comfortnhlo white houso ut the head of n beautiful alley with wooded hills behind It and rode up to tho door. A white-haired old lady In a black laco cap was sitting on Its porch looking out at tho sunlit fields. "Is this where Senator Wright lived when he was n boy" I nsked. "Yes, blr," tho old ludy nnswercd. "I uui from Canton." She rose from her chair. It con-Milt- hitched my horse. Wilson Consents to Compromise "Ilarton IJnyne.it Why, Sllns has on the Japanese Claims to told me all nbout you In his letters. IIo writes to mo every week. Conio Rirjhts in Shantung. and sit down." Wo sat down together on the porch. "Sllns wrote In his last letter that you were going to leavo your plnce In GERMANS ARE IN VERSAILLES Coblesklll." she continued to my surprise, "He said that ho was glnd you Meet Representatives of the Allies and had decided tint to stay." It was Joyful news to me, for tho Present Credentials Plan for Try. fccnator's silence had worried mo and I Ing Former Kaiser Great bad begun to think with alarm of my Domb Plot In America At- future. trlbuted to Radicals. "I wish thnt he would take yon to Washington to help him. Tho poor By EDWARD W. PICKARD. mnn hns too much to do." In tho Interest of nn enrly pence nnd "I should think it a great prlvllego of the successful organization of the to go," I answered. league of nations, President Wilson "My boy likes you," she went on. last week somewhat from his "You hnvo been brought up Just ns ho hitherto uncompromising attitude In win. I used to read to blm every eve- the matter of secret treaties and self ning when the candles were lit. How determination. As n result the controhard he worked to make n mnn of him- versy over nnd the ShanI I have known tho mother's Joy. tung peninsula was ended In self favor of say, 'Now let thy servant Japan, I can truly which Is to get all the old Ger-depart In peace.'" roan concessions nnd grnnts. The Chi-- ! '''For mine eyes hnvo seen thy sal- nose delegation argued nnd protested vation,' " I quoted. In vnln, nnd thero wns nn Inllmntlon "You Fee I know much about you thnt, though It would not withdraw your nunt nnd uncle," from the conference. It would appeal and much about said Mrs. Wright. to the United States sennte. Viscount CIiIihIh successfully object-- ' She left nie for n moment nnd the whole household wns gathered ed to the publication of the treaty of about me, on the porrh. the men hnv-In- 1015 which wns Imposed on China, nnd come up from the Ileitis. They put the two countries will be left to agree my horse in the barn nnd pressed me on the details of carrying out thnt (o slny for dinner, which I did. As I pact and the agreement of 1!)1S. The was going the gentle old ludy gave understanding Is thnt tho city of mo u pslr of mittens which her distin will be given back to Chlnn. but guished son had worn during bis lust that Japan will retain the port privl-- I winter In college. I remember well leges. More Important are the rights bow tenderly she handled them I Japan nbtnlns In the Shnntung dNtrlct, "I hope that Sllns will get you to Including the most vnlunble railway help him" those were the Inst words nnd mineral concessions. she said to mo when I bade her good-bSince Great Hrltnln virtually refused to support- - the American contention In The shadows were long when I got favor of China and evidently In ended to Canterbury. At the head of Its to stand by her Japanese alllnnee, and main street I looked down upon a vil- ns Japan mnde It clear that If her delage green anil tonic line old elms. It mands were rejected she would not rewus a slngulurly quiet plnce. I stopped main In cither the peuce conference In front of a big white meeting house. or the league of nations, there wns An old man wns mowing In Its gravenothing for Mr. Wilson to do but yard near the highway. Slowly ho yield, and thus one.of the most serious swung Jils scythe. disputes of the conference wns settled. "Do you know where Kate Fullerton The American delegation considered lives?" I asked. the agreement the best possible to be "Well, irsjjurty likely thnt I do," ho obtained, and confidence Is felt that answered as he stood resting on bis the league of nations will be nble to scnth. "I've lived seventy-twyenrs protect China's rights fully In the fuon this hill come tho fourteenth day o' ture. The Japanese military forces June, nn' If I didn't know where she nr to bo withdrawn from Shantung as lived I'd be 'shamed of It. Do you see speedily as possible. that big house down there la tho trees?" If the Italian controversy can be setI could seo tho placo nt which ho tled es well as this, the peace mnkers IMiInted fnr back from tho village street mny certainly congratulate themselves, Ir. the valley below us, tho house nearo but at this writing the end of thnt ly hidden by tall evergreens. Is not in sight. The Itnllnn dele"Yes," I answered. gation, returning home, wns accorded "Wal, that's the Squlro Fullerton wildly cntbuslnstlc receptions everyplace he's Kntc's fnther." where, and the parliament gave Pre"Docs the squire live there?" mier Orlando n vote of confidence, only ".Vo, sir not eggzne'ly. He's dyln' a group there been dyln' there for two year It small expected of Socialists opposing. wns that Orlando and his er more. Hy gosh I It's wonderful how colleagues, hard 'tis fer some folks to quit breath-In'- . would go strengthened by this vote, Imck to Paris nnd restimo Say, be you any o' his family?" their efforts to put through the Itnllnn "Xo." claims; but Wilson. Lloyd George nnd "Nor no friend o' his?" Clemencenu. ncctrdlng to reports, were "No I" ns Ann as ever in the determination "Courso not. ne never had n friend that Flume should not he given to In his lift too meant He's too tnenn Italy. The probable outcome. It wns to die, mister too menn fer hell nn' I predicted, would be the Internationaliwouldn't wonder honest, I wouldn't zation of thnt pott. nublie Hint's why God Is kcepln' him In his memorandum to Orlando, Mr. here Jest to meller him up n little. Wilson said the town of Volpna should Suy, mUter, be you In a hurry?" belong to Italy, and this lias raised "No." another row. Volpna Is an Albnnlnn "Suy. hitch yer boss an conio In port, nnd the Alhnntnn delegation said here. I wnut to show ye suthln'." Its seizure by Italy would start a moveI dismounted nnd hitched my horso ment that would mean the dismemberto the fence nnd followed blm Into tho ment of Albnnln. Alrpndy the Greeks weather-staine- d old churchyard, between and Serbians were clnlmlng parts of mossy hentlstones und graves that country, because of Mr. Wilson's overgrown with wild roses. Near tho stand concerning Volpna. far end of these thick-sowacres he Btopped. Among tho minor difficulties of the "Here's where the buryln' begun," pence conference wns a protest by the said my guide. "Tho first hole In the IJelglan delegntes ngnlnst the Indemhill was dug for n Fullerton." nity arrangements. It had been proThero wero many small monuments vided that Belgium should receive nnd slubs of marble somo spotted fWlO.OOO.OOO ns a pnrt of the five bilwith lichens und nil In commemoration lions that Germany Is1 to be required of departed Fullertons. to pny by the end of next yenr. This "Say, look n' that," said my guide as was unsatisfactory to the TJelginns be he pulled aside the stem of a leafy brier red with roses. "Jest read that, mostly rcr women nn' children that's mister." My keen eyes slowly spelled out tho sartlncr an' fer all tho .men that time-wor-n words on u stub of stained didn't ngreo with him. Set down here an- - I'll tell yo tho hull story. My day's marble: work Is done." Sacred to the memory of Wo sat down together nnd ho went Katherlne Fullerton on ns follows: "Proclaim his Word in every place "Did yo ever seo Kato Fullerton?" That they are dead who fall from graca." "Yes." "No yo didn't, nuther. Yer too young. A dark shadow fell upon tho house of my soul und I heard n loud rapping Mebbo yo seen her when sho wns old nt Its door which confused mo until, nn' broke down, but that wn'n't Kato no inore'n I'm Bill Tweedy, which I looking out, I saw the strange truth of the matter, ltoso leaves und blossoms nln't Knto was as handsomo as a seemed to bo trying to hldo It with golden robin. Hnlr yeller as his breast an' feet as spry ns his wings an' a their beauty, but In vain. voice as sweet as Ids song, an' eyes as "I understand." I snld. bright us hls'n yls, sir yo couldn't "No ye don't Leastways I don't ye do not correct. Squire Ful- bent her fer looks. Thnt was years lerton dug n grave here nn' bad nn und years ago. Her mother died when empty collln put Into It uwny back In Kato was ten year old there's her gruvo In thero with tho sickle an' tho 1800. It means that he wanted everybody to understnn' that his girl was sheaf an' tho portry on It. That was Jest the hume as dead to him au' to unfort'nlt nn' no mlstuke, Courso tho God. Say, ho knew nil nbout God's 6iulro married ng'ln but tho new wife wishes that man. Gosh I He has wn'n't no kind of a mother to tho girl, sent more folks to hell than thero uro un' you know, mister, there was u In It, I guess. Say, mister, do yo know young scoundrel here by tho natiio o His futber was n rich limn why ho sent her there?" , Grlmshaw. owned the cooper fehop an' the sawI shook tuy head. "Yls yo do, too. It's tho samo ol' mill nn' tho tannery nn' a lot o cleured y thing that's been sendln' women to hind down In tho valley. Ho kep' with her fer two or three yenr. hell ever slnco tho world begun. Yo know hell must V been tho Invention Then ull of a sudden folks began to of a iiiun that's surtln un' It was talk tho women lu. uartlc'lar.. Ye Kliiu-Chng Klnu-Chnu o dls-putn lie-llecom-p'n- an put your horse In tho horn." I dismounted nnd sho ramo near me. "Sllns Wrlaht Is my boy," sho until. "What Is your nnmeJ "Ilarton llnynes," I nnswercd ns I These nnd several other matters having ilelnvetl the completion of the pence treaty. It could not he presented to the Germans Inst week, but this ceremony, It wns believed, would take plnce Monday. The German plenipotentiaries nrrlved nt Versailles on Wednesday nnd were received by n representative of the French foreign ministry with formnl-Ity- , cold but Airefully studled-ou- t nfter which they were housed In the Hotel ties Ilcservolrs. On Thursday they hniidcil over their credentials to nn nllied commission hendetl by Jutes Cnmbon. nnd tho same day witnessed their first formal meeting with the allied peace commissioners ns represented by n special committee that Included Americans. Though these Germnni nre called plenipotentiaries, there wns some doubt hist week as to .the adequacy of their powers and especially aj to their qualifications to spenk nnd net Kxninlnatlon Into this for Ilnvarla. matter, it was snld, might further the presentation of the peace terms. It Is understood the Germans will be given enough tliuo to study the trenty nod to transmit It to the nntlonnl nt Weimar, but thnt Its terms would not be subject to nny mnterlnl modifications at their demand. Should the Germans refuse to sign the trenty their further resistance to the allies could be but little more than passive, nnd doubtless Mnrshnl Foch bus In tin ml full plans tn meet Hint situation. Those presumnbly wiild Include tho occupation of more German territory, the seizure of more mnterlnl resources nnd the contlnitntion of the blooknde. Prominent Huns nre quoted dally in protest ngnlnst the "harshness" of the terms, which they nver will only throw Germany Into the hands of the bolshc-vlk- i. An nrgiiment thnt nlrendy has lost most of Its force. The publication of the terms which Herr Krzberger had drawn up to be Imposed on the nllles nfter tholr defeat doesn't tend to the spirit of leniency townrd the Huns, for they were planning to lmpoo on Frnnco nnd Uclgluni the most crushing of terms. do-In- y Lenine and Trotzky have sought In vnln for nssurnnces of nsylum In Kuropenn countries. Petrogrnd Is being evacuated by the bolshevik), say dispatches, from Helsingfors, nrid the government Is sending nwny many of the Inhabitants. On their western nnd northern fronts the soviet forcei ,met with decided reverses, but their lenders clnlmod these were counter-balnnce- d by gains In the Smith. The soviet government of Munich nt Inst accounts was still holding out, but the city was being closely surrounded by troops of the Germnn government' nnd the' rule of the nlsts. It was said, was nenr Its ehdj? Elsewhere In Germany It wns the same old story of repeated outbreaks of the Spnrtncans, street fights and riots, and strikes. That the former knlser will be tried for nt lenst some of his crimes seemed reasonably certnln, since the commission on responsibility recommended that he be arraigned before" nn tribunal "not for nn offense ngnlnst crlmlnnl lnw, but for a supreme olTense ngnlnst International morality and the sanctity of treaties." This decision was reached despite the sentimental protests of the Jnpnnese and the painfully technical objections of Mr. Lansing. The viewpoint of the Japanese Is easily understandable, since for them to admit that n kaiser of Gerouiny Is responsible for his actions to anyone short of divinity would be knocking off ono of the legs s of their own emperort throne. Inter-nntlonPcr-hnp- Mr. Lansing could mnke his position clenr to n committee of the bar nssoclatlon. hut. tho layman can scarcely comprehend It. According to the recommendation of the commission, offenders of lesser rnnk nre to be tried before trlhuunls of the country or countries whose nationals suffered by their crimes. Tho Germnn government Is required to furnish all documents nnd Information In Its possession necessary to discover tho offenders and fir their responsibility. The Netherlands government Is rious cities. to be nsked to surrender the Two great disasters occurred last and the German government Is called on to glvo up all the otlier accused week on opposite sides of the glob. In San Snlvador there was a severe persons. earthquake which resulted In great loss The revised covenant of the league of life and property, though Its extent of nations was made public Monday Is not yet fully known. A large secand at a plenary session of the peace tion of Yokohama was swept by fire, conference It was adopted unnnlmously fully 2,000 buildings being destroyed. on motion of President Wilson. He Including part of the business district first explained to the delegates all the What might be regarded as a disaschanges that had been made nnd tho reasons therefor. Itnly. was not pres. ter by many also hit the United States, ent at the meeting, but It was Included for the tax on luxuries went Into efamong the charter members of the fect on, May 1. This boosts the cost league. Tho French nnd Jnpancse on Innumerable articles If the price Is amendments were offered anil ills, In excess of specified sums, and also cussetl briefly, but were not pressed applies to soft drinks, druggists' sunand the covenant was adopted without dries, candy nnd other things that have their Inclusion. Sir James Krlc Drum- - become utmost necessities for many Americans. know men invented" helT nnT women keep up the Ore. Kato didn't look right to 'era. Fust we know, young Grlmshaw had droppetl her nn' was kcepln' coin p'ny with unother gal yls, sir. Do ye know why?" Beforo I could answer he went on: "No ye don't leastways I don't believe yo do. It was 'cause her father was rlcher'n tho squire nn' had promised his gal teu tbousun' dollars tho day sho was married. All of a sudden Koto disappeared. Wo didn't know what hnd happened fer a long time. "One day tho ol' squlro got me to dig this grave un' put up tho headstone, an' then he tol' mo the story. Ho turned the poor gal out o' doors. God o' Israel I It wus In the night yls, Blr It wns In the night thut he sent her away. Goldarn him! Ho didn't hnvo no more heart than a grasshopper no, sir not a bit. I could V brained htm with my shovel, but I dldu't. "I found out where tho gul had gone un' I follered her yls I did found her in tho poorhouso way over on Pussley uh buhl Sho Jes' put her arms 'round my neck un' cried an' cried. I guess 'twus 'cnuso I looked kind o' friendly uh huh I I tol' her sho bhould coma right over to our house an' stay Jest us long as sho wanted to us eoou as sho got well yls, sir, I did. The sensation of the week In the United States was the" uncovering of a grisly plot to assassinate leading citizens In all parts of the country. Several scores of cleverly constructed bombs were mailed from New York city to members of the cnblnet. senntors, representatives, Judges and wealthy men, and only the fnllure to nttach sufficient postage prevented the murder or'mnlmlng of mnny of the Intended victims. 'Practically all of those whose death was thus sought have been concerned In some way with the prosecution or deportation of members of the I. W. W. and other rndlcnls, so the source of the bombs Is not far to seek. The reds had threatened n demonstration on Mny 1' In behalf of Thomas J. Mooney and others convicted of the Son Francisco bomb outrage, and Eugene V. Dehs, when sent to prison for violating tho espionage act. had voiced a similar Investigation showed tho threat bombs had been mailed on different days with the evident plan that they should be received by the victims on the same day. The Socialists denied any pnrt In the plot or nny knowledge of It, but Its' discovery nnd the general feeling of Indignation It nroused resulted lnthe suppression of their plans for elaborate May day celebrations In va- "Sho was elck all summer long-k- ind o' out o' her head, yo know, an' I used to go over hossback an' tako things fer her to eat. An' ono day when I was over thero they was what they wns golu' to do with her little baby. I took It lu my arms an' I'll bo gol dummed if it didn't grab hold o' my nose an' bang on like a puppy to a roqt When they tried to take It nwny It grabbed its tlugers Into my whiskers un' hollered llko a panther jis, sir. Wal, yo know I Jes fetched that llttlo baby boy homo In my arms, ny uh I My wife scolded mo llko Sam Hill yls, &Ir sho hnd flvo of her own. I tol' her C was goln' to tako It back In a day er two but after it had been in the bouso thrco days yo won-dcrln' couldn't 'n pulled it away from her with u wlndluss. "Wo brought him up nn ho, was a good boy. Wo called him Kuoch Enoch Hone did yo over hear tho nanio?" "'No.' "I didn't think 'twas likely but I'm alwuss houlu. (Continued noxt weok.) ss "Let your dollars bo the ships that will bring the boys home again buy Liberty Bonds!" . If You Live in the Mountains You Should Subscribe for The Citizen Pago Fou? TDK CITlZKix WITH THE CHURCHES May 8, 1010. Berea College Hospital Hot Eniilpment ami Service nt I.omcM CoI. Wnnls for Men nml for Women. Sun lnrlor, I'rUnle Koom, Until, Electric Service. Big Opening Beginning Union Church Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose nnd Ear Come in and The for all at 0:15. nt II a.m. Sunday-school with classes Preaching service IrSAttOUNTsll r You Can Assist in perfecting our vllt nnd In reach of all the people. GENERAL PRACTICE an etnlllliment, which l n frlcml in nectl, Friday, May 9 Opening of Summer Hats in all the new pastel colors in thin brims of Georgette, Molines, Hairbraids RmtlftT II. Cowley, M I)., Physician HARLAN'I)UIIt.rY, M l) I'llT'lclan Mrs Anna Powell Hackett, R.N., Superintendent Mr. Helkx Stbarn Siiarpe, R.N., AHtnt Christian Church Sunday school at 0:15. Mr. Paul Dorlhick will preach at the regulnr hour Sunday mnrnlng since tho pastor Is ,away holding a meeting. nation's banking organization by carrying your account with a bank which is a member of the Federal Reserve System. i I Baptist Church T. J. Henderson, secretary of the Laymen's Missionary Minonienl f with trimmings. the Southern Baptist Convention,! will preach next Sunday at 11:00 Styles to suit every face a. m. and 7:30 p. m. in the Berea from grandmother to baby. Baptist church. Tho other churches of the town have withdrawn their evening services in order to unite with the Baptist brethren in this important sorvice. Mr. Henderson NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY. QATHERKD FROM A is n giflod and consecrated layman, VARIETY OF SOURCES and will bring n message that every one should hear. All aro urged to ' The Commercial Hotel is under- be present. j At tho Campflro next Wednesday going some extensive r.epairs this The Rev. Mr. Cunningham of night announcements of further week that will add materially to llyden prenehod morning and ccn-im- r in the Baptist church Inst Sun its appearance and general conveni horse shoeing, fine iron events will be made. Scientific day. Suits from SlG.l'S to 25.00 at Eva once. work und repairs of all descriptions ad. Prayer meeting Thursday evening Concert by tho Orchestra, next nt the College Dlacksmith Shop, Walden's. Ballard & Ballard have opened a Wednesday jilghl, Tho first an a I 7:30. Main Street, north of The Citizen The B. Y. P. U. service at 0:15. ad. restaurant on the public plaza at nounced exerciso at 7 hours, 29 Olliee. FEDERAL IIESEIIVEJ Wo extend n hearty welcomo to the railroad station that lias the minutes, 30 seconds. all to unite with us in theso serv throe merits of cleanliness, good Edgar Englo has returned from L. & N. TIME TABLE cooking, and reasonable prices. France. Ho first wont, to Italy, then ices. Northbound Fashion's most favored new trans- to Scotland, and last to Franco, Train No. 31 3:3$ a. m. parent models at Fish's. ad. where he was in the last big drive Methodist Episcopal Church 12:53 p. m. Train No. 38 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Racer passed in the Argonnc Woods. Ho came out :00 n. m. and Church services 1:58 p. m. Train No. 32 through Berea in their car Tuesday all O. K. except being gassed a lit- 7:30 p. m. Southbound Special Mothers' Day Servicos on their way to their homo in Ohi, tle and having some thrilling ex12: 10 a. in. Train No. 31 from Florida, where they have been perience. He says it seems good to next Sunday morning. 12:13 p. in. Train No. 33 Evening topic, "Obedience." spending tho winter. bo home in the old U. S. A. again. 1:10 p. m Train No. 37 Sunday school 9: 15 "a. m. New Skirts and Blouses arrived Remember Laura Jones' sale in Epworlh League Meeting C.I5 p.m. at.B. E. Bcluo's, Richmond. her store just opened up for the Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., Wed The new garages are beginning to big sale, May 9. Wo sell hats and sell them riglit. ail. , Dr. Harlan Dudley, Associate phy- nesday. Mrs. Laura Jones. show up. The Boone Tavern garag rd We extend a hnrty welcome to all rapidly being completed whil sician to Boroa College Hospital, has Mable Coylc, Ruth Hilliard, Jack gono to Cornell Medical College, to come and worship with us. Kiln Mae Parker went Welch's is getting under way. Bowers and Laura Jongs is back in her store Ithica, N. Y., where ho will study to Richmond this week and spent a SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES on llie corner of Uiestnut and work. Ho will also spend happy evening. It has been suggested that The Parkway. The store is filled witl some time at Clifton Springs studyWe are glad to witness your appreciation of our Miss Lcona Webb, a student of a new and complete stock of hats ing diagnosis. Tho College Citizen publish each week a record exceptional values in Eastern Kentucky State Normal for big sale. The price is right, ad Hospital will put in a complete of tho Sunday school attondanco in School, spent the week end in Berea each of tho local churches. Wo conDisputanta last C. I. Ops was in outfit this fall and Doctor with her parents. S"UH(lay. Dudley will havo charge of this part sider tho suggestion a good one, and Sec.lho new dresses at B. K. Ready-to-We- ar Capes from 89.00 up on sale this of tho work. Doctor Dudley is a will be glad to givo tho necessary Garments. Richmond. ad graduate of Oberlin College, class of space to this important matter. week at Eva Walden's. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter and W. B. Walden is attending court f8, and of Johns Hopkins Medical Last Sunday was a special day in Sunday school work and tho atdaughter Frances o? Lexington, and at Richmond this week where ho School. for Ladies and Children. We are receiving new merLieut. Byron Woolf and wife has several cases on docket. How about the town's committee tendance was especially good as tho following figures indicate. Union, chandise every day which we will put on sale at a very motored to Berea Sunday for a short ySilk poplin shirts in all tho new- on decorations for next week? Aro visit with friends. shades from $3.75 up at Eva val their plans complete for making the 221; Baptist, 209; Methodist, 89; reasonable price. We hope that you will give us the ad town's welcomo distinctive am Christian, 87. Remember the Campflre, next den's. continuation of your valuable patronage. Wo hope that the publication of Wednesday night, begins before Mr. and Mrs. Lee and children of wortii-wiiiiir mo citizen may sundown. Robinson, III., are visiting Mrs. Lee' be pardoned for offering a sugges tho attendance from week to week Klmo Flanery who has recently sisler. Mrs. E. C. Warford, on Cen tion, we think some significant mot will create such a wholsomo ent returned from France and been dis- ter street. They came by auto toes painted or printed on streamers thusiasm in (Sunday school work charged from service and hung across tho street near tho that every Sunday school worker returned mobile. homo at the first of the week. Laura Jones' Millinery Sale begins depot and at other prominent places, nnd scholar will strive earnestly to Wo his Just received dozens of summer Friday, May 9. Big line of new hats would do much in impressing our make hope school a that as others read the Richmond Kentucky hats in all the new pastel colors just in; special prices on every hat visitors with tho fact that they aro also ad welcome and that Berea is awako record they will plan to bo enlisteJ fV women and children fit Eva to the significance and importance in Sunday school somewhere if they Walden's. ad. Rcmomber that you will have of tho State Encampment of tho are not at present enrolled. The Rev. Klmer Gabbard, a College full moon to go homo from tho to rally on 'pocial occasions, but it WANTED student of the class of '13, was in Campflre by, next Wednesday night. Grand Army of the Republic in our The attendance of scholars and is well to "carry on'' tho rally idea city. Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiners, town for tho Phi Delta banquet. While attending a meeting in visitors was especially good at tho throughout the year. It. P. McKIroy, teacher of earpen A parly of girls from Eastern Washington, D. G., last week Dean Keep your eyes on the Suudav Cnbmot Makers, Millwrights, Union Sunday school last Sunday. Milliliters, Mpolltlurs, and Kentucky State Normal School, ac- Clark met several former Berea try and mechanical drawing in Be Special efforts wcro mado to reach school record column in Thee Citicompanied by a chaperon, spent tho people. They were Professor anil rea last year, is visiting in town those who do not regularly attend zen each week, and keep you I'nmtors, for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. week end in Berea at Boono Tavern. Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Harold this wook. Mr. MeKlroy has beer Sunday school, and the result of record up. Fish's Millinery Sale is now on. Hoagland, Alice Case and her sister, n Naval Aviation sorvice at Pensa- - the efforts was indeed satisfying. slogan for your Sunday Steady work. Our shop aro saniLet the ad. Miss Wyatt, and Myrtle Starns, cola, Fla., since leaving Berea, until The adult Bible class which is school bo "an interesting class for tary, light, and steam-healebis honorable discharge from tin Isaac Bowles who is a senior A.B. Some of them are coming to Com taught by Brother Burgess was every child in Berea, anil overy ad.-- THE MATTHEWS COMPANY sorvice two months ago. port Clinton, Ohio. at State University this year, was mencement. tilled to overflowing, and there was child in an interesting class." in Berea at the first of the week for An adult Biblo class is for grown White gaberdino skirts from $3.75 in tho other a largo attendance BOONE TAVERN NOTES the Phi Delta banquet. up children. That includes father up at Eva Walden's. ad There have been several parties classes as well. No doubt it pays Miss Edna Early visited relatives J. w. Herndon nnd mother, nnd overy son and Jno. r. Dean If tho 1100 scats in the Chapel do from Lexington this wook, quite in Richmond Sunday. daughter from eighteen years up. DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE not hold tho people, next Wedncs few from Richmond, and ono from Mrs. Laura Jones was in tho city day night, there i3 room for 200 Now York. Berea, Kentucky Monday and Tuesday buying new chairs in tho aisles. "First come. Among tho visitors from Lc.xing Wo aro still in tho Real Estate hats for her al sale beserved." ton were Dean Slagel and Isaac dullness. It is getting Into to soil A SUCCESS ginning Friday, tho 9th of May. ad. first We have that extra size waist up Bowles, who came to be at the Phi A groal many were present at tho farms to bo delivered this season, Lieut. William Dean, who has reUnion Church Sunday school last but we have constant inquiry from cently returned from over seas, and to 10 in georgette, crcpo do chine. Delta Banquet. A group of seven came from New Sunday. Thcro was an attondanco parlies wanting to coma to Boron will soon receive his discharge from voiles and organdies at Eva Wal York on a Red Cross research party, of 221, which is milto a bit above Uiis fall. .Now is tho timo to lUt Camp Taylor, has been visiting in den's. Mrs. S. W. Austin and Miss Kstello your property If you want to sell it. Main Street and tho cast end of tho averago attendance. Berea for a few days We will offer for Mr. Burgess' clas3 had about Cniiio nnd list it with us, if wo don'l street aro being oiled this Cook from Oak Park, III., were hero Reduction on all coats, suits, and Chestnut eighty present against n common sell it it don't cost you anything. dollmans nt B. E. Boluo's, Richmond, week. Though there aro disagreo- - for about a wook. F. L. Ivdmans nnd wife of Wash attendance of about thirty. People SCO Mr. Donn nl IIia )nlr wlmn Mrs. J. G. Baugh and children, of b'o features attached to tho dunder who aro unablo to get out ordinarily you are in town, or catch Hcrnd Bethany, W. Va., aro spending a taking, it will no doubt bo much ington, D. C, camo last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Anderson oC as ho movos around. Wo still ha wero brought by members. appreciated as a preventive of 'dust. month hero at tho homo of R. E. Lexington were here last Saturday, The rally was Rood. It's too bad snno cheap town nronerlv lo offe Baugh. Hnts nre going at a sacriflc An extensive line of is that You will find wonderful bargains Women's hats 98c up, and children's Doctor Anderson coming for n con Respectfully, fresh, new Summer Ilko Christmas or Thanksgiving, in suits, coats and capes on dis-- 1 hats from 75c up. See them before sultation with Doctor Robinson of DEAN & HERNDON, the Robinson Hospital. Millinery, including coming only onco a year. play at Eva Walden's. ad. they aro gone. Eva Walden. ad. on hunilay a party of fourteen Dealers In Real Estate, Borea, Ky. the present popular guls camo over from tho Richmond transparent ideas CHILD WELFARE COMMISSION Slate Normal School and while here F. L, MOORE'S A commission, working tinder the attended tho lecture by Dr. Wm. A and pastel shades . New 1919 Fashions in Young Men's Clothes direction of the National Child LaMcKeevers in the College Chapel. that will satisfy the bor Coin'mittce, spent several day Doctor Dunn and family of Rich most exacting taste. in Herea last week making a study mond wore at tho Tavern Sunday. of education, health, delinquent')', Dr. Win. A. McKeevers, who has We have chosen this FOR For Young Men agriculture, recrention nnd child been lecturing for tho College, stay- line from the stock of First Class Repairing ri at tho Tavern whilo here. luhor in Madison county. Somo Ready for men who like flavor in their clothes. five millinery houses members of thg commission will AND to Borea to niako further TYPEWRITER Not fancifully conceived but very decided in their of New York, ChicaFine Line of Jewelry studies. Good Remington Typewriter, $10. lively design. go, Cincinnati and This commission is in Kentucky MAIN ST. Want it? Apply at this office, BEREA. KY. Every detail in their construction from fabrics to Louisville. by invitation of various Stale1 quick. buttons shows the finest care. agencies to mako a survey of the Stato In order lo recelvo InformaAs a money's worth they .represent the utmost in Honor "Y" Worker In Ruttta. Sale Begin May 8, Eidi May 22 tion upon which somo much needed value giving at Kews that the general commanding social legislation will bo based. BuHMnPeuHi-- Remedy the American and allied expedition In $25, $30, $35 lYoin its findings certain bills will CURES northern Russia hud recommended be drawiv and will bo presented fori drinking wUr rata A DI7C Ilowurd II. Merrill of New York, a Y. ua prTnU whlta JLTU MJ-- F tho consideration of tho next Gen- -' M. C. A. worker, for suitable recognialwrboea, choUr and other cblck UUmm. Ona 60c. UitU make 11 oral Assembly. tion of his cool behavior during a surKtllont of mtdlcln. Tint UttK prise attack on the forces Le was serv- This is Hid right way to get con 11.30, nukM 31 v&llont. Cheitnut Street At Bere, Kentucky riusUU. or unt L lull notDU. Ing, is conveyed In u delayed cable structive legislation passed. Find Bourbon Rom.dy Oo., gram received at the Y. SI. O. A. naLlnf ton, K j. out whaj is needed and then act. 8oI4 by Porter-MoDrug 0. tional wur work council CHANGE IN RATES llcglnnlng March l, the rates for hoard nnd room of private natlent will he its, to liS per week The rate for nntlents t per day. cared for In the wards will remain the fame lit Order of Prudential Committee, Herea Collepe latest . LOCAL PAGE EVA WALDEN Berea National Bank Best Blacksmithing 11 Easter Sales a Success X-r- ay X-r- ay X-r- ay Bc-lue- 's, ev B. E. BELUE CO. Tin-Miut- d. oi Semi-Annu- Announcement SALE Frat Clothes Jewelry Store ro-lu- rn f or One Drop y J. M. Coyle & Co. Fish's f offices. Soldiers' Memorial Procession from Tavern Corner. Sunday. 3 p. m. Mny 8, 1010. MADISON COUNTY NEW THE CITIZEN ROOSEVELT AUTHOR Even at Th AT NINE Pago Five BOONE TAVERN "The motl homelike ami attractive hole! in Kentucky." Berca College rdanagement. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the Dixie Highway . Engineer Engaged for Richmond Crrcclltis, of Louisville, bin lifcii fiigngi'd as engineer to rrprc'i'iit llio city of lllclimond In inslnllnllon of its new sewerage and paved street system?. Work will begin inuneilinlely. Co!. S. V, Tarlw Ana LVhil riitilra rresiaeni nao to say was Entertaining. .1 The Citizen A family LIKE It right Kj. SAUR-KRAU- Newipaprr for all that true, anil interesting I'ubllihw vor ThuinUjr it llrm. BEREA (Incntpotaitdl WM. C. FROST, Editor-ln-Ch- PUBLISHING CO. Subscription Rate Uli Month Thrr Monthi Order. llrmft, KrgUtrrtii On Yrr I'ATAIIt.K IN ADVANCE II tn , M ft) x or F.iprrtt Montr Lrtb-r- . or one arxl two rent tUmp. The date after your name on label ihuvii to what date your tilwcrtptlmi l paid. If It ( not thantej within three wreka after renewal notify ui. Mlttln numleri will t gladly upplled If we are notified. Liberal terma eltrn to any who obtain new aul acrlptiona for ua. Any one tending ua four yearly aubarrlptlona can recite The Cttlten free for one year. Advertising ratea on application. I't-.ir.- Snd monejr l.jr f, SPECIAL C. A. R. EDITION NEXT WEEK. LET US SEND SOME EXTRA COPIES TO YOUR FRIENDS NEW BOOKS TOR THE LIBRARY that have been taken in by tbe Library recently: Here nro some of tlio now books 'Our friend Vinson of the Ksltll Trlbuno bollevos In looking on llio bright side even after hard frost. It mny be Hint ho bnd no fruit to be Injured by tli0 weather. How-ove- r, wo think liis advlco commenn-abl- o nnyway, with the possible exsaur-kraception of h suggos-tlo- n. None of Hint for jis, thank you I "The freeze did all tlio damago that a freeze could do, and there has never been n more tlisastrou one ever visit this country, and we are all feeling badly about it, but for goodness sake. Isn't there mure In Ibis country than apples, peachc?, plums, grapes and a few beans? Let's forgot it ami plant over again anil say lo ourselves'tbat we don't like apples and peaches anyhow nnd the grapes would have been sour and anyhow wo always did think more of blackberries and persimmons, anil wp are going to have n lot of them,- - and hogs are high, and wheal is all right, and o'iri corn crop Is going lo bn a bumper! nop, and if wo can't put up fruit! wo can raise a lot of cabbage and put uown a lot or saur-Kra- ut anil wo always did like saur-kra- ut Hie best anyhow. ut -- Richmond School Superintendent Resigns At n meeting of tlio City Hoard of Kducntlon the resignation of I). W. Pridgos, superintendent of the city schools, wns accepted, to lake cITcct at Ihc eloo of the present term. Professor Bridges has accepted a similar position Willi llio city schools at Mayflcld. Judge Carroll Makes Opening Address Before an audience composed of leading farmers and business men of Madion county, who comfortably filled the county court room, Judge John I). Carroll, Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, made the opening address in his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor at Richmond Monday afternoon. Theodore Itnnevelt's first IkioW, like many of hi fifty-odInter ones, dealt with natural history, but, unlike his later works. It wns written entirely In pencil In nu old notebook, nn exchnngc states. Theodore win nine years old nt the time. The title of the book Is on the first pnge: "Natural History on Insects. Ity Theodore Itoosevelt, Jr." Under It coiiiei the "preface:" "All these Insects nrc nntlve of North Amerlcn. SIot of the lnects are not In other bonks. I will write about nuts first." He did, and what he had to sny about them Is decidedly entertain-Ing- i d N Oullok American Denioorncv. Price Ancient Pcoplo at Now Tasks. I'orry Present Conlllct of Moals. Wootlliurn anil Moran Tlio Citizen ami t)it Republic. Flsk Finding tlio Comrade, Cod. Seashore Psychology and Dailv Life. Abbot The Templo. Morlin Women and Homo. Wells Martial Adjustment. Cope llollglous Kducntlon in llio Family. Horn Modern Problems as Jesus Saw Them. Morgan Theodore Roosevelt, the Hoy and tlio Man. Huston Around an Old Homestead. Robinson anil West Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson. Hal! l'rcjin Youth into Manhood. MoKocver Psychology and the Higher Life. Harton Hluo Stars and Gobi. Hoy's Religion. Hughes Using the Resources of Graves the Country Church. Fiction Thurston Just Girls. .Montaguo Water ami Spirit. Remington Crooked Trails. Quid. Harrison Caruth Track's End. Tang of Life. Kfbbs Dosmontl The Larger Values. Kentucky Warbler. Allen Moral Pirates. Aldon Scouting With Kit Tomynson Carson. A LEARN THIS CATECHISM! Q. What is to bo tho greatest Berca event this spring? A. The G. A. R. Campflro !n Iho Chapel, Wednesday night, May H. Q. What Is the Campflro mado up of? A. Lois of stirring speeches, flno music, and beautiful decorations. Q. How long nro tho speeches lo bo? A. Each ono between flvo and seven minutes long. Q. At what limo do tho cxercise3 begin? A. Door open at 7:10; Orchestra plays at 7:15; announced exercises at 7:.T0, exaclly. Q. Who is the most distinguished speaker? A. General Washington Gardner. Past Commander-in-Chie- f. Q. Who aro invited to bo present? A. Old and young; black, white, and brindle. Q. Who will say, afterward, thai tho first of theso questions Is answered right? A. EVERYBODY I Tax Board Complotes Work After Ihree weeks of hard work llio Madison county board of supervisors completed its work and turned the tax books over lo tho sheriff for collections. It will bo remem bered Hint this county was raised 81,000,000 over its assessment and SLOW GROWTH OF GRAMMAR although every known effort was made to get this reduced, the Stale Interesting to Note Its Progress Since the Days of Chaucer and Board would not bear to It, and Shakespeare. eonseiiueutly the board had nothing wher-eveelse to do but put the raise In the days of Chaucer there were it was found to be fair. undoubtedly differences among writers rwlilch made their grnminnr and REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION spelling seem singular to us ; yet crude .though they were, the art of literary A mass convention will bo held at coniixtsltlon wns well odvnnced. the court house in Richmond on That, however, 'was not the greatest Saturday, May 10, at 1.00 p. m., for age; It came In the Elizabethan pe for the purpose of selecting thirty riod; nnd while the literary peculiaridelegates to the Stato Convention ties of Shakespeare's style were strongwhich will be. held in Lexington, ly defined. It could not be snld In any May 11, at 2:00 p. m. All known sense that they revealed lack of knowledge In either grammnr or spelling, Republican and other electors with dny being suited stnndnrds of past party affiliations thethe culture of thnt time. out regard to to the who believe in the principles of the And n great advance hnd been made Republican party and endorse its over the days of Chaucer. In, the days policies nrc invited by the Madison of Addison, Johnson, Swift, Congreve County Republican Commitleo to nnd Goldsmith we find a great advance with more" unity In both grammar and this county convention. THE METEOR LOCATED "Ants nrc divided Into three ports for every species. These kinds are officer, soldier nnd worker. There are about one officer to ten sollders and one soldier to two workers." He tells about the common black ant and the brown pnth ant and varhus other kinds of ants; be tells about pl lers s nnd llrellles nnd horned rml "beetles" and dragon tiles nnd "ml soueto" hnu-ks- . "All the Insects thnt write about In this book," he adds, "Inhabit North Amerlcn. Now nnd then n friend lias told me something about them, hut mostly I hove gained their " hiiblts from The author of "natural history on Insects" added to his volume a note or a cniylNh. "I need not describe the form of n crayfish to you," be writes. "Look at a lobster and you will have Its form." lndy-bugobserf-a-tlon.- THE QUINCY MANSiON, QUINCY, MASS., BUILT IN 1683. America's classic example of a clapboard building preserved for over two hundred years by careful and frequent painting. It has secret panels, chimney staircase and hiding place's, said to have been used by smugglers. Later the home of great statesmen and of tbe famous belle, Dorothy Qulncy. THE COSMETIC OF THE INANIMATE. am tho saver of surfaces, ill am the world-ol- d preserver ilNoah knew me, for he pitched the ark within and without. ilThe Pharaohs sought me as, an adornment for their tombs their mummies endure because I conserve. 111 am the woad of the ancient Britons: their blue battle hue. Because of me the treasures of the Sistine Chapel defy efTace- 1JI am the keeper of the antique. the servant of progress. flColumbus found me bedecking the savages who watched him plant Ferdinand's banner on the shores of New Spain; and the very sails of hi3 caravels resisted the elements of the West through my aid. IIThc pioneers westward wending their way daubed the prairie schooners with my protection.. HI am the royal robes of civilization's monarchs, Steel and LumHI ment. Ill am -- Real "Handy Man." Tasmanlan Jack of nil t miles claims thnt lie Is a hairdresser, tobacconist, cycle rt'pnlrvr, electrical certificated engineer, certificated marine engineer for the Derwent, organist nnd choirmaster, stencil cutter, fretworker, billiard hull keeper, proprietor circulating library, mid Is malinger of tlio locnl town hull. Red Cedar Shingles Just received a car load of shingles at Y" Operate! Hotel.. London. Half u dozen London hotels, Including tlio I'n I nee, Cosmo oillco. nnd Grafton, have been taken over by tlio American Y. M. C. A. nnd are now In full operation. Tills addition to tho wnr plant of the "Y" Is required by VOICES CONTEMPT tlio even more comprehensive period FOR FOE FIGHTERS of occupation program which has been set up In the United Kingdom by tho Y. M. C. A. BY REPORTS OF FRATERNIZING AMERICAN AND FOE TROOPS Want American Tables. DENIED BY RED TRIANGLE An American pool tublu Is a grateful WORKER. oasis to tlie American soldiers linpn tlently awaiting orders to leave for Chicago. Reports of fraternizing of home, for somehow or other they do not take kindly to the model of pool or bit allied and foe troops following the Hard tublu which Is. estnnt In Merrlo signing of the nrmlstlce on the western England. Henco there never Is any front lire denied In a letter from II. H reo( to the hllllnrd tables In the Y. M. Steelier, Ittielne, Wis., received nt the C. A. hut In Hit' Ilrltlsh Ikies. ofllces of tbe national war work council, Y. St. C A., here. Steelier wns n V. M. C. A. worker division, nttnehed to thu Ninety-firs- t lie served for more tlmn six months on three lighting fronts nt St. Mihlel In Flanders nnd the Argonne. Twice he wns cited for bravery and awardei' The Somerset Commonwealth reports that tho meteor which passed over that city a few days ago, and which caused so much talk and ex citement, is said to have fallen near Cumberland Fnlls. They received word from Mr. P. P. Walker, of Parker's Lake, that tho meteor buried itself about two feet in the ground, making a bole about two feet square. The largest piece Hint was found weighs about two hundred pounds. Pieces were scattered for miles around. The Commonwealth has been promised a piece of the stone, and when it is received it will bo put on exhibition in their UThe taut wings of the airplane gleam under my protective ' veneer. IlThe sullen dreadnaught and the homing transport plow the spelling. seas impervious to corrosion because of me. The .authorized version of the RIble waterproofed your agents of destruction, the bullet and the In the line of literary workmanship HI shell. noted the greatest advance of all and IjThen I drew the mercy of my concealing camouflage over reached a point which lias not been your hospitals. surpassed If, Indeed, equaled. There wns n certnln latitude In spell HI glisten on the homes, and on the barns, and on the cement ing. It Is true, to which we todny look- surfaces. back with Interested cariosity; but HWhere life is, I am alive. even thnt wns not the result of Igno- my absence hastens them. rnnce, but rather of custom, which nl HWhere death and decay set in lowed the latitude, nnd It wns In no IfAnd my mission is to preserve. Christ-Insense n literary disfigurement. HSaver of Surface, I am PAINT I Herald. Salvation Army. The Salvntlon Army Is nn organizapat' tion formed upon a tern, for the revival of religion among It was founded In Kng the masses. land by the Methodist evangelist Wil liam Ilooth, about 18CT). under the nnme of the Christian Mission, the present nnme nnd organization being adopted about 1ST3. It has extended to the continent of Europe, to Intlln. Australia nnd other Ilrltlsh posses sions, to the United States, South America nnd elsewhere. Its work Is carried on by means of processions, street singing nnd preaching, nnd thy like, under the direction of officers entitled genernls, majors nnd cnptalns Iloth sexes participate In the services and direction of the body on equal terms. Ileslde Its religious work. It engnges In vnrlous reformatory and philanthropic enterprises. It has nn formulated creed, but Its doctrines bear a general resemblnnce to those common to nil Protestant evangelical churches, nnd especially to those of Methodism. quasi-militar- ber. SAYS YANKS WON'T HURRY US American planes will noT Hurry us aT this stage. It will be time enough Pilot Hawker Makes Statement Re- to worry about the NC planes when they get here," garding U. S. 'Ocean Flight American naval nvlators mny bo flyPreparations. ing nt Trepnssey today or tomorrow. St. Johns, N .F., SIny 5. A survey of nnd the locnl weather conditions to determine whether a WHERE LIBERTY BOND FUNDS QO start on an overseas flight was practicable today was made by Frederick ONE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR I'. Ituynbnm nnd Harry O. Hawker, BOND WILL DUY: with the knowledge thnt the United Steel helmets for a company of Stntes navy had established the adInfantry, or vance guard of Its pwn flight expediFive hundred overseas caps, or tion nt Thepnssey bay, 00 miles south Pay tho cost of drafting one hunof St. Johns. "We will go todny If tho dred men. weather Is right, or we will go tomor-loIf It Is right then," Hnwker, pilot of tlio Soywlth plane said, "but tho trans-Atlant- Just Passing the Time. wns daring n season of hnrd times nt Cripple Creek, the streets were crowded with Idle miners, nnd the city It the D. S. C. d $5.00 and $6.00 per thousand Best patent corrugated galvanized iron roof Itefore going to Fnmco to servo "Y" worker Steelier wns with the Hamilton Reach Manufacturing company at Itnclne. Formerly be wus a member of the California National Oinird when bo wns living In Los Angeles. Cnl. Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. SI. I). Steelier, live In CM en go. authorities, taking advantage of the done fact, had a good amount putting In sewers and paving streets. Slulllgan, who tolled In the mines at other times, was not above earning n little extra money whenever possible. and hnd taken over n Job nt digging his friend One morning ditches. chnnced to puss htm ns he wns laboriously shoveling enrth. "Hello. Slulllgan I What are yez dolu' there?" The workman leaned on his spade and inndo n long pause before nnswcrlng: "Oh, Ol fought 01 would work Just wholle Ol w ns oldie, boy." Rain v i mr. 7n pm ill i jmTt .ri 'Paint-Witho-ut Mystery $6.00 per square Can furnish old style corrugated roofing ' " Referring to reports of fraternizing of the troops Steelier snys: "Certain-lthere was no attempt or desire on the part of tho men of our division to fraternize wlth'our much-despise- d y opotll-cer- $5.50 per square STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot Bcrea, Kentucky s ponents, mid had there been, the would not have permitted It. As a matter of fuct the guns were going right up to the time the nrmlstlco went Into effect. You see, our boys have bnd n mighty good chance to size up tho caliber of the other side, and had the Germans shown any Indications of good sportsmanship In the flghtjng no doubt wo would feel some little respect for them. Having been a dough'-bomyself In the past, nnd now hav-la- g gone through all the fighting with my division, I bellevo my viewpoint Is the same as thnt of the majority of our division, and, personally, I have the utmost contempt for tho German soldier, his methods and his Ideals." y Parasol. ancient lineage, but became common an a parasol was us?d keep oft tho rain. "qultasols," a nnme Spnnlsh; they were of oiled muslin, were of various colors and wero Imported from India by way of England. After these corao umbrellas, which were also maile of oiled linen, but the linen was coarse and the umbrella Urge and bulky. In 1771 n noted doctor and a famous preacher tried to Introduce the fashion of using umbrellas, to keep off the sun, but "they were scouted In the public gazettes as a ridiculous effeminacy." Parasols aro of before umbrellas article resembling by tho Indies to These were called derived from the Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Hanna's Green Seal is the expert painters prefer. good-wearin- g, good-looking paint that Try it. Sold by C. B. ARNETT & SON Berca, Kentucky Pago Six TUB CITIZEN May 8, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. TOR YOUNG-- MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science THE IMPORTANCE COOKING" OF GOOD In my Inst letter you wcro given instructions in tbo proper feeding of your obloks. It Is also necessary to keep tlicm frco from disease. Disease of Chicks The baby chicks should bo caro-full- y watched during tbo first three or four weeks. After they have reached tbo ago of tbrco wcck3, most of thoir troubles aro over. Most diseases and deaths aro duo to ono or more of tbo following causes: 1. Improper incubation, such as the hen leaving tbo nest and tlm eggs becoming chilled. 2. General wcaknoss. 3. Chilling. 4. Dampness. 5. Digestive- troubles. C. Dlarrbooa. 7. Oapos. tiro crop in your Record Book. Tho AGRICULTURAL LETTERS To mcmbors of tlio Agricultural land mus.1 bo accurately measured olllior by a cominltleo from your Club raising poultry: YOUNG nioney-carnlng PEOPLE Lice. General weakness or lack of vitality is tbo main cause of chick dying. This woaknoss may be dun to a lnok of vitality in tho parent stock, improper kooplng of eggs or improper incubation. Over heating, chilling, dampness! and keeping in close, impure air ail lend to woakon tho chick and causo rliarrhooa. This diarrhoea should nni becomn confused with the con incinus form known as bacillar In either case white diarrhoea. prevention is far better than cur,c Epsom sails, given at tno rate o ono Icaspoonful dissolved in watc per six or eight chicks and per ninncrnnnto nf notash added to th drinking water until it i3 a clear wine color, are among the best pre venlativcs. Get at tbo causo of th. diarrhoea and remedy the caus rather than try to treat tho d eased chicks. Tho eann worms attach them selves t0 tho windpipo and cause thn chick to choko or breath rather hard. Theso worms com from tho soil and tho problem getting rid of them i3 a matter sanitary soil. Tho best way is move tho chicks on new, clean land each season. Tho old and infested land should bo covered with slacked lime, nlowcd and planted a crop. Tho whole chick disease nrnhlem thins down to ono word sanitation, which means prevention T bono vou will bo vcrv careful and keep tho yard3 and coops clean in order that you may not bo handicapped in your work. If at any time you aro troubled with any of tho abovo diseases, let mo Know Also make a caroful note, in your record book or any trouuio you may nave. Yours very truly, ROBERT F. SPENCE, County Agent, Berca, Ky. 8. ' To members of Agricultural Club growing corn: In my last letter I told you how to prepare tho soil and select tho seed for your corn crop. Having done theso things well, tho next thing to consider is the planting of the crop. Planting at tho right time and in tbo right manner is im portant for tho best success. Measurement of Land A member of tho Agricultural Club growing corn may have one or moro acres but in no caso les3 than ono acre. If moro than ono aero is planted keep a record on tho en- CINCINNATI MARKETS. local club, your local club leader, two disinterested persons, or tho county agent. Any plot of ground containing 43,560 squaro feet by actual measurement is an acre. Tho following land measures may prove helpful: A square acre is 208.71 feet at each side.. A plot 220 feet by 198 feet con tains ono acre. A plot 110 foot by 300 feet con tnm3 ono acre. A plot 53 foot by 792 feet con tains ono acre. When to Plant Corn should not bo planted until the ground lias beconio thoroughly warm. Tho timo for planting varie somewhat in different localities and in difTorent yoars, due to varying Most of the seasonal conditions. corn in this Suite is planted from the Soth of April to the 10th of May Community exporienco as regards timo of planting is n vory valuabl guide and tho best practico is to plant when the best farmers of your community arc planling thei mnin crop. Neither extremely oarl planling. nor very lato planting should bo practiced. How to Plant Unless tho corn is dropped by 'innil, tost tho planter and regulat it so as to plant tho desired number of grains each time. Whether to plant in drills or checks should be derided by local conditions. If tho ground is weedy, it should by nil mean. be planted in checks. On hillsides, it i3 of course necessary to drill. There seems lo bo little difference in tho yield of corn whether planted in drills or checks If planted in checks, the hills should be three and one-ha- lf feet apart each way; if drilleij. the plants should stand about twenty-o- n inches in rows which are three and one-ha- lf feet apart. In hill corn plant four grains per hill, and i drilling plant two socds at each place. This rate of planting ap plies especially in case of test acres and would not bo practical in large acreages in all cases. However, many farmers regard it as very profitable to plant heavily and thin, After the corn is a foot high, so that the danger from cut worms and other insects is past, thin to tw stalks in tho hill and ono stalk in each placo in case of tho drilled corn. Expericnco has shown that it pays lo plant plenty of seed and to thin tho corn so as to insuro perfect stand. Corn should bo plant ed only deep enough to placo the seed in moist soil. There is no ad vantago whatever in planting ex ccssivcly deep as It takes longe: for the corn to come up, and in fact there is a chanco that it may not como up at all. Don't plant any nearer than fifteen inches lo your boundary lino as your crop will be taking advantage of adjoining land In my next letter I will tell you of tho reasons why wo cultivate crops and will tell you just how to give your corn crop tho best kind of care for a good yield. It is im nortant that you include in Book an accurato account of tho expenses and timo used In raising your crop. Yours very truly, ROBERT F. SPENCE, County Agent, Berea, Ky. your-Recor- Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Good Cookery Is an Inspiration. As a Man Eats so Ho Is OutMi Meredith told pnrt of a great (ruth about man's need of woman, and tho. important port alio Jin, done for centuries, In tho fol lowing versos: "Wo mav live without tionlrv. musio and art, Wo may llvo without conscience, and llvo without heart, We may llvo without friends, wji may llvo without books, Hut civilized inon oannot llvo without cooks. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. I 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo enn put you with others like yourself and glvo chance for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not golnj? It also gives thru College and desire moro general education. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that y'img pcoplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend sahool through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." without learning looming but grlovlng? Ho may llvo without hope what is bono hut dooolvlng? Ho may live without lovo what Is passion but pining? But where is tho man who can live without (lining?" what Is Ho may llvo 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course The Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Academy is now Borca's largest department. 6th Door courses twenty-fiv- e Berea College in all advanced subjects. This is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard For Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. years tho board has remained the samo in Berca, but the unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on, the sumo money as wo havo in tho past A Temporary All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hour3 a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, print ing olllce, laundry, boarding hall, olllco, etc., and receive pay wlitcu reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berca if there is tho will lo do so. able-bodied Mountain Summer School June 6 to July 11, and July 11 to August 15 a Summer School to meet u It gives a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded schools, returning soldiers and .sailors, students who wish to get college entrance credits or credits toward college degrees, and others seeking general information. Tho work is adapted to thoso who can como for live weeks, or ten weoks. There will be a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and another week for farmers. Berca College has established distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. . SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, and motion picture entertainments will bo given frco of charge. There will also bo excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All the resources of tho entire institution will 'Hie planning anil preparing or nms a dny Is a task of Wholhor tho wife them herself, or has someone eUe prepare them, tho responsl- -' bility is hers. Sho must so0 that the food which her family onls has sufllrleul 'food vnluo, and is palatable. Tho culinary art is tho most important of nil tho arts, bocauso it U tho art which deals with tho onorgy supply. Man Is what ho onls. If ho has a good substantial food supply ho Iran do a pood days work. If ho is poorly fed he cannot work so well. Physicians havo mado oxamina-- j lions of children in schools and found that they were not eating the right kind of food. They were not the children of poor parenU cither. Somo of them camo from homes whore bountiful tables wcro spread, hut the food they ato did not nourish thorn. When a certain diet was proscribed and followed nearly every child improved in its sohool work. io Somo of them who had been showed new interest In their work, and an actual deslro lo study and learn. Good cooking is the foundation of good digestion. Good digestion is the first esscntinl for the man who has brain work to do. A man's thoughts will bo clear and concise, or clogged and befuddled, Just as his food agrees or disagrees with him. Lord Stowcll, in Boswell's Lifo of Johnson, says: "A good dinner lub an art. Mm pro-pores apa-thot- It docs, for n woll ookcd moal, which Is not too rich, is a stimulant ns well as n supplier of enorgy. A woman's task of preparing a meal Is not only to provldo energy and brain power, but also inspiration. A clean, woll set table, laden with a woll ordered, well cooked meal is nn inspiration In tho heart of any man. Tho man who has partaken of suoh a meal can go forth lo his work with nmbilion retrenched, nnd determination to win, or ho can know tho Joys of tho evening paper with a satisfied contemplation of tho morrow. Among tho many nccounls which women aro giving to tho world of things, that used to bo cherished in socrot, hoping Hint thoy mav benefit thoir struggling sislors, is tho account of n woman who had n sonsunl husband. Ho was of tho world worldly, sho was n vory spirilunl typo of woman. Sho was much concerned about Ui stato of affairs, nnd considered tho maltor seriously, viewing it from all sides. Sho finally thought that tho bet way she could help hor husband was lo btgln with thoir menus. She gradually eliminated tho rich, heavy, coarse meals, nnd substituted plain, wbolosomo, nutritious food, dainty, appetizing dossorts, nnd simple drinks. In five yoars as she told tin) story her husband had bo como a different kind of a man. She, through hor altractivo tablo, had helped ti Im dcvolop such nn aesthetic tasto thai tho rich nnd sensual foods, ns well as the old life, woro actually repollnnl to him. The rooking of food is not a menial task, hut tho working out of an art nnd tlm perfecting of a scienoe, ami banco it deserves tho host thought that wo can glvo it. Every woman can makp hor kitchen both n studio nnd a laboratory, and her handiwork n specimen of science and art-- Somoono said, "A thing of honuty Is a Joy forever." A well cooked meal is a work of art, and may havo an effect that will last forover. Don't forgot how you enjoyed the things that mother used lo make. What fun It was to flour tho raisins for tho cako. What a delight lo watch tho flour bolng sifted, to 809 tho eggs foam. What a fascination tho Thanksgiving lurkoy hold, nnd how proud you felt to hold tho 'oor open for tho cook to carry that turkey into tho dining room. With your child's truo senso of valuo you knew, even though you could not put it into words, that your mother was an artist and that cookery wa good, ricates business.'' bo at the disposal of the Summer School. EXPENSES Incidental Fco Tablo Board, women Room Rent Totals Men Pay for Board Fivo Weeks $ COO 10.00 Ten Weeks $10.00 20.00 5.00 Lest Ve Forget The tumult and the dies The guns are stilled n Franc. The boys re coming home. The rror has gone from ur prayers, and moat us can cheer without ara. .' 2.50 118.50 $35.00 homing il.25 No rebites are allowed to student who withdraw before the licrlCHl for which payment lias been made. 2250 dote or the A deposit of four dollars ($1.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This is refunded when the student leaves, provided library books, keys, etc., are returned in good order. Special Fees Business Courses Cabinet Organ, two 20 minuto lessons per week Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per week Use of Piano, ono hour per day Uso of Organ, ono hour per day Use of Music Library Class Work in Harmony Ten Weeks 15.00 250 7.50 250 .75 50 3.00 "The war ta over." Out over there la lat same Franc that iw the war's dramatic id, there Is watte and vattatlon. Thousand soldiers of France m have no home-com-i- 00c; fowls, 5 lbs uud over, do, Q lbs, 33 He; do roosters, 16c. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $13.50015.50. Rood choice $190 14, common to fair $7 ai.50, belter, extra $13JT14, good to to choice 11.50 13, common to fulr $7 11; cous, extra $11012, good to choice ?S.50il, common to fair $0.23 clover ?3231. Oats No. 2 whlto 7373V4e. standard white 72Hfi73c. No. S whlto 72Q 72ftc, No. 2 mixed COl470V4c. Butter, Egg nd Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras G5H centralized creamery extra CIc, firsts 00c. Eggs Prime flrnts 42c, firsts 42c, ordinary tlrsts 41c. Uve Poultry Ilroller, under 2 Ilia, Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white ?1.071.C0, No. 3 white $1.0501.07, No. 2 yellow $1.07 lfl.m, AO. 2 mixed $1.000 1.CS, No. 3 lnixeu fi.oispl.UJ, white ear $L78p 1.60, yelRTw ear $1.7801.80. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $3(5J 40, and clover mixed $35.50 Q.TS.50, A SCHEME FOR RAISING REVENUE TO BUILD ROADS By Rodman Wiley Commissioner of Publio Roads Mr. James M. Weathers, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliablf teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, under Wc; 08. Calves Extra ?13.75314, fair to good $12013.50, common and largo 0 11. Selected heavy shippers good to choice packers and butchers $20.25, medium $10.25020.23, tags $10013, common to choice heavy fat sows $14018.73, light ship-per- n $18010, pig (110 lbs uud les) Hoc 20.25, 12017. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Cashier of tho Farmers & Merchants Dan': Fall Term Begins September 17. at Elkton, Ky., has mapped out a system of roads for Todd county nut as the winter months passed by, and ho proposes to get ono thousand the spring with Its warm days came men of tbo County to agrco to do along, Mrs. Squirrel decided to let nalo 8100 per year for a suflloient them venture down tho tree, and get number of years to build tho pro acquainted wfth little Drumus Ilnbblt, posed system. and Vixen Fox. Ono hundred thousand dollars Old Mr. Squirrel sat on his front would bo avallablo each year from MR. SQUIRREL COMES TO HIS porch enjoying a smoke ono fine mornhis plan in addition to tbo regular SENSES. county road fund. ing. watclilDg tho capers' of his Ho states that ho has laid tho mat who were playing with little ter boforo thrco hundred men an I Not many years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ilromu.i Rabbit Everything went ovory ono has agreed to it and tho Squirrel were presented with two along very nicely until Drcmus Rabbit success of tbo scheme seems as little baby squirrels. Now those two raid to Danny Squirrel: little squirrels lived for many months sured. "My daddy bought me three VICIn their home at the top o( the htRh TORY LIIIKUTY NOTES. How many oak tree at tbo edge of the bis woods. did yours buy you?" Coring Rubber Corks. Mrs. Squirrel did not allow Sarauay To boro a ole In u rubber cork is For a minute, poor Danny eald notha problem to unyono who docs not and Danny, for that was their names, ing, being ushamed to admit bat his know the trick, but simple enough to go down on tho grouud because old daddy had not bought any bonds for wheu that Is known. It Is to moisten Mr. Hear or Mr. Weasel might happen him. Then finally he spoko up. tho borer with a little of n fairly along Just at that time, and be unusumy daddy forgot," said strong (say 10 per cent) solution of "I guea caustic soda or potash. It will then ally hungry. And, of course, that Danny, who by this tune was hanging wou'd be very, very unfortunate for cut the rubber with' llttlo moro bis head In shame. Samnijr and Danny. than It will cut cork. chll-drocJlul-cul- ty because mes are gone. And seventy thousand merlcan boys arc iver coming homo, hey tie under wooden oeses on the fields of ance and Italy. The American people going to show In Is Liberty Loan of ctory that Victory is not made them for. t theso things. -- their Old Mr. Squirrel had heard every word of the convocation, und ran about his porch In a furious wrath. He was angry for two reasons: first, beeuuoo Mr lUbblt had bought his llttlo boy something which his little boys bud not rnjoyed, and, BeCond. because Mr. ItabbUMmd shown himsidt a good patriotic citizen by buying Victory Notes, and he had tried to get out of It. "I'm a fool." said old Mr. Bqulrrvl, as he knocked the ashes out of his pipe, "for trying to shift my duty onto someone else." The noxt day Summy and Danny were the haplest sqelrrels In the big woods. Their daddy bought them twice as many VICTORY LIUEllTY 1IOND3 as llremus Fox bad bought May , inio. UNIF05M INTERNATIONAL TJIK CITIZKn MAKING YOUR HOUSE WORK KEEP YOU PHYSICALLY TIT I'ago Soven ANOTHER BUDDING POET SOLDIERS' BANQUET AT NARROW COL HERBERT A. WHITE IJcrea seems to havo eovcral, GAP poets In tho bud. This ono chooses (Ily Mnrfon L. Wnllnco In Good remembranco of school days for bis May 3, 1919 House-KeepiApril, WW) theme. Although examination time! docs, not seem very poetical yet wa Narrow Gap Is the first rural No ono will illspulo tlio foci Hint take it a poet can sco "Sermons In neighborhood, In this viclnly to hold homework offers nmplo opportunity Stones," and good In everything. a meeting In honor of tho relumed (Hi ttKV P II KIT2W ATKII, D. D difficulty for But soldiers. Those who know Narrow llii In Trhr of KnclmhChi kro) tin Moody beenexorcise. often tho oxlinusled lias Remembrance UUila tnttlttit of the Hint too Gap, and its people will not bo sur- it tlVpttlsM. IOII), bj Wnt-r- n Sm.i.jff I'dIoq.) worker Instead of building up a I remember, I remember the teach - prised to learn that they have led stronger nnd moro efficient woman off in this as in many other im- crs that I knew, LESSON FOR MAY 11. bemuse she did not know liow to And the following is a story that I portnnl nclivillcs, use properly lior muscles nnd be A long table was spread In tho want t0 tell to you. SIN AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. muse housework tends to overwork Teachers I had many, all kind, tried main room of the school building nnd the smaller museles of t.KRRON TKXT-Oftir- ila and tho banqueters sat down nt dvo and true, I:Mt. OOI.DKN TIJXT-T- he KMt of rln l lopx nnd neglect the larger muscle And the princplcs they taught mo o'clock. At tho bead sat tho Rev. dmth, but Hie gift of ami la rtrrnal life of thigh, abdomen, nnd back. Uls through Jriua ChrlM our Lenl.-r.o- m. wcro of tho things I ought Howard Hudson who acted, under . .n the exerelso nf these largo muscle, to do. Miss Fox, as Master of Ceremonies, IlKAniNO-Pnal- mi tlRVOTIONAL. Ml that Is the secret of remaining mus- At his right and left for half tho Ml AnmTlONAt, MATKMA!-Kotill. cularly "nt" throughout life. When tho students all wero busy on length of the table sat the veterans Jntnr I It TC)PIC-Dlioof tho World War in khaki and I'll! MA II V Our Finally, the wonderfully beneficial the final, crucial day, llrnvtnly Futhrr. effect of rhythm upon tho nervous And wo bad to glvo account of tbo blue nnd reserved modesty. Next in Jt'NIOH TOPltVIIow tlob.llenc system is n well-knofnct. It is order were tho representatives of Brprl " I'rmn Owl. things wo do and say, 1NTKUMHDIATK TOPIC Dratructh also true that It is impossible to Kxcnses then were many about tho tho Red Cross, Professors Baird and Hln. Powrr of , worry and do nnythlng rhythmic at PKNIOIt AND AtU'l.TTOPIC-Tl- ie Dix of Berea College, Veterans of Col. Ilerhirt A. White, Judge things wo did not know, anJ Iloulla of Bin. who hns been directed to nssume i.ne and the same time. Now, worry And we always blamed tho teachers tho Spanish War occupied the charge of olllce of is a great fatlguo producer, perhaps An outlook Umiii the world proves when we had to hurry so. middle section of the long table and 1I11. In.!.... the branch of the nu..1.ltBl.. ... I.... ...... . Jiliihv llilllillllU ..n....l 111 v7lil"'lMI nt tho post of honor at tho other ttmt nuin In tint wlmt lie should bo. I he greatest in tbo American wom'J III I'nmce, mid to perform the duThen, too, npnrt from gospel Influence an's life. Therefore, to work with end nf the table were veterans of ties of the Judge ndvocate general of there l no sign of Improvement. Tho thythmicnl swing means work done I.iltlo think tho students of tbo the Civil War. the A. n. V. worry, toil and care, only wny of iieroimtlng for tin- - dlerep-nncMr. Hudson spoke on the subject, It means Of tho many weary hours our teachwithout any worry. between wlmt mnn In nnil wlmt greater poise of mind, nerve, nnJ "Our Fighting Men" and Professor ho should ho I by tho Full. This Is ers spend In prayer, tho wny Hint tho ItlMo accounts for It. muscle. It means work done with That God may make us men nnd Dix on ''The Frontiers of Ifrecdom." VON H1NDENBUBG QUITS Tho Introduction of aln Is tho ntiswer. more pleasure, and less fatigue. It women In tho onward rush Bolh eulogized Hie gallant soldiers , I. The Temptation of all bur wars, wars fought in every means real recreation through work. (On of life, Mnn iKwoaytMl n froo will. In tho ox- Clothes should be given first con- And be worthy of tho Christ Who inslanco for the causo of liberty. Head of Foe Army Says "German rrctse nf whirl) ho turned nwny from sideration. An ideal housework The banquet was delightful. ' It conquered in tho strife. Militarism Is Dead." God nnd hi ctimmnridmcnt. This wn was that old fashioned home cooking dress should allow absolute freedom done nt tho tixtnncc of tho devil delights tlio appetite and warms of bodily movement. A short, full working through tho rpent. Ho did Now there are many students that soul. tho skirt is belter than a longer, tight From the chicken and Sends Letter to President Ebert not appear ns ho rcnlly wn. hut In disthroughout this world's boiled ham at tho beginning to the guise. The nielhod employed wns (1) one. His Intention to Retire regime, finding the woman while iilone; (2) Inico cream and cake at the closo Again, shoes which permit tho And to Private Life. tho habits that they form in sinuating douht Into her mind n to correct use of tho foot arc of the there was nothing lacking to make school aro tho ones that (oil's word nnd love. At his micro utmost importance. Sandals are it perfect. Beautiful girls, taught Kerlln, March 5. Field Marshal von make their team. Hon she began to hellevo Hint Cod did good, ljy their mothers and Miss Fox, Illndenburg hns written President but nny roomy, carefully- - Let Jesus bo tho Captain not ineiin wlmt ho said, nnd Hint ho and keep served with graco filled, correctly-designe- d shoo can and efficiency. Kbert announcing his Intention to rewin unkind In placing restriction upon .you free from sin, Good cheer and the joy that come tire to private life. be uod. The feet should nlways bo them. In this Hie devil slmidered God. And in tho final Judgment you arc "During the trnnltlonnl period," says pointed straight ahead, as nature from having served well pervaded Vnn Illndenburg, "I considered It my even nccudne Die Almighty iff surely suro to win. nnd fniud. (.1) Aiiponl to Inno- intended. Proper shoes require low the company. duty to .erve the fatherland, hut with J.M. cent nppctltc. (4) She riiiihI upiiii heels or none at nil, broad toes, and After juslico bad been dono to tho the conclusion of n preliminary pence tho fruit which Cod IihiI forhldden. jihisI Important of all n straight Ingood things on tho table, tbo ban- my tnsk will be fulfilled nnd my deREGENERATION bognt '""t. Iklnc soonHint whirl) God (fi) She side line. Much unnecessary fatigue Before I went to war I queters adjourned to, tbo yard where sire to retire. In view of my ndvnnced lusted nfter lived my life an hour was spent hnd ge, will be universally understood, comos from pressure on tho nerves in sociability. In luxury and softness, seeing That whlrh Cod tins forbid-doTlio soldiers of Hie World War andi the more so because It Is known how of tho foot. To scuffle about the fltoliM not he looked nt lest tho me In view of naught It bus become pumps or Spanish War soon formed a hnrdopinions nnd my for house in strelched-on- t lleh should lut for It. my Of tho despair and sad, unceasing the entire personality company and drilled under tho com nnd the past to continue to exercise worn out dress shoos is. poor econII. The Fall (3:(VS). strife From lusting to Indulgence wna n omy. Of thousands with whoso lives mand first of J. II. (Hack) Wilson my olllce." short step. This nrt of disobedience between correct and later Alvin Fox and still later Tho relation Herr Ebert replied, nssentlng to the my easo was bought. hits hroiiRht on nil the world's woe nnd standing position and Hie elllcient Ncal Robinson. To the citizens who request of the field marshal and exmisery. live not only disobeyed, hut body Is moro important Ilerore I wont to war I took no know only from hearsay of wars pressing tho "undying thanks" of the Involved Adnm In Imt sin. Aplrlng 110 of the nnd armies, this drilling (which was Germnn people for Von lllndenburg's than Is usually supposed. An inthought to he gods they heenmc the slnves of services nnd position often standing Hut heedless, careless, dallied on exceedingly well done, involving insin. They ciiine to know good nnd evil, correct Coblenz, May 5. "German militartricate maneuvers) was a revelation. ism hns been broken forever," Is n with sin; . but by and experience. They knew sin comes from unconscious muscular! power to free themselves without tho habits; sometimes it comes from Saw not the price of which a soul is Then with a spear from the Philip stntement Attributed to Field Marshal from It. pine Islands and swords that were von Illndenburg. reportR of whose resthe imitation of falso ideals, such bought, III. The Consequences of the Fall as tho "debutante slouch;'' again, Nor knew the souls men buy as used in tho Civil War there were ignation have been received. Genernl (3 exhibitions of fencing and sword Greener, former bend of the departmine own kin. it is from the elTect of clothing as a 1. The disturbed rolatlonhtp with ment of munitions, who has been the play as well bayonet exercises. ponrlv designed corset. A correct (Jod (vv. 0, 10). The fnmllmr Interfield narshnrs chief of staff, Is menI wont to war tore out my dying From time to timo veterans of the tioned ns his chiefs successor, accourse which mnn enjoyed with the Al- position in standing holds tho body roots older wars related deeds of arms cording to news received hero from mighty wns marred nnd broken by perpendicular to tho ground in a From tho stagnant soil and flesh which they had witnessed sin. Sin makes life Intolerable In tho state of perfect muscular equili or ex- IColberg. was bedded in, dlvlno presence. Adnm nnd Kve not brium. Tho feet nre pointed straight Copenhagen. Mny 0. Rnvnrlnn govperienced. Ncal Robinson told the I thought to find my comrades unonly bid from Rod's presence, but forward, separate, and parallel, and lalo of his fight with a Moro in tho ernment troop forced their wny Into Adnm begun to mnko excues nnd even couth brutes Philippines when ho won a medal Munich from tho north In the neighthey equally support the weight of laid the hlnmo on Roil. Instead found men, and learned for bravery and good judgment. borhood of the railway station, through the arches. I ho 2. The serpent wns degnidrd nnd tho body to dispatches received. that sin is sin. Ncal disclaimed any merit oj his Jinny of the nrmed workmen surrenhenceforth beenme n tye of sin nnd neck and body muscles are well upward, and tho arms And Liberty! I learned to know thy own. But the story Is a thriller just dered their nrms nnd discarded their Katiui (v. it; cf. Num. 21:9; John stretched the same. Undo Curt Kelly and Jim red nrmlets. The disintegration of the 3:11; Itev. 12 :9). This doom wns pro- hang free nt the side. Try it just call nounced without trlnl. In the cum-- of once and you will see tho freedom Is God's own call to help tho Gabbard recalled tho days of their red nrmyMs proceeding npace. The mnn It wns not so. military exploits at Lookout Moun- majority of tbo populnco received the from tire thcro Is in this position. world in pain. government troops Joyously, somo 3. Tho undying enmity between the It is obvious that If wo always So, God, I pray Thco now to pardon tain and Missionary Ridge. They the fighting by firing on two seeds (v. 15; cf. John charged muscustato of again tho lines that the red guards from their houses. all, Mutt. 2:1:33), The nntiigotdkm thus did our work in this lar poise, as intended by nature, But d0 not let mo closo my eyes wero held by the gallant "Rebels," begun rciichcd Its cllniux In the cruciThe Spnrtncnn nnd communist leadwent through water and firo and ers took vengeance on hostnges they again"! fixion of Christ. Sntnn's seed tins been fatigue would bo greatly reduced. n Itamberg ever since endeavoring to destroy tho Such things as .sinks, ironing-board- s, I.cutcnant John II. Minns. blood and camo out victorious, as were holding, nccordlng toJCeltung Am Lord's work nnd his workers. they did in tho sixties. 'But per- dlpntch to the Berliner and washtubs should bo so adjusted Mlttng. Among reported 1. The ultimate victory of tho womhave that the equilibrium of tho body movement which is confined to a haps tho most thrilling of all wcro been killed nre those Count vonto lloth-meGen. an's seed (v. IB). Satnti harassed tho bo maintained and you can forearm or oven tho upper arm. tho deeds that wo knew tho World Baron von Wuertsburg and sevvtimnn's teed; bruised his heel, but Jean stooping. If Praclico it boforo a mirror; once you War soldiers bad witnessed and eral Industrial mngnutes. finally the stroke wns miide which work at them without crushed the serpent's bend (John 12: you cannot have tho sink raised so havo experienced tho freedom of the performed but wcro too modest to 81; lleb. 2:14; 1 John 3:8). This was I hat you can stand .without bend new motion you will nover loso it. relate. After a whilo tbo lamps wcro LOAN IS OVER $1,500,000,000 tho first glenm of the glorious llght'iif ing In wasff'TIIfhes, it is your bust Reaching for objects proves harm the gospel of Christ. The victory wns ness as an efficient worker, to find ful only if dono in tho wrong way. lighted and, insido tho house, tho Nation Is So Far Behind Schedule marvelous, but' the cost wns Infinite another way out. Build a stool of It may even bo n restful exercise evening was spent in a program on It Wilt Be Necessary to Raise (Un. 53; 2 Cor. 5:21). Mr. Hudson nnd place it in tbo if it is accomplished correctly. Ob- War Reconstruction. plain boards $500,000,000 a Day. 5. Judgment upon the woninn (v. gavo tho welcome addrcs which 10). This relates to her ns n wife nnd sink under tho dlsbpan or wash tho jects above easy reach should nevov was responded to by Lloyd Rackloy Washington, Mny' 0. Subscriptions mother; nlso to her subordination to dishes at the table, using a wiro bo strained for; better tako time a steplndder or chair. Elon-gal- o of tlio Navy. Lloyd told tho story to the Victory loan on Saturday mnn. This Is Rod's decree, nnd nil ef- drainer In the sink next to It. Chango the height of your equip forts of freeing one's self from It tho body to its greatest hoight of tho "Battlo of tbo Great Lakos" passed the $1,500,000,000 mark. Only nro lighting" ngnlnst Rod. ment. It Is n simplo matter to by rising on tho toes and stretching where men died of influenza and it slight speeding up was reported from uny of the twelvo federal re0. Jinn's now relationship to tho bring nil but installed equipment upward with tlio arms and body, wero shipped away in car loads. serve districts, and tho treasury deThe earth wns earth (vv. Specchps wcro mado by Professors up to the height most convenient for with tho head erect and a full partment renewed Its appeals to nil cursed on his nccount. Itecnuso of tho iron- - breath. This rulo for elongating Dix and Baird. Professor Dodge, loan organizations to perfect plans rank growth of thorns nnd thistles you. Remember that tables, etc., that demand tho body without strain applies to venerablo for bis servico boUt In for n cnnvnss during nmn must mnke nn increnseii enon 10 ins boards, exist. Mnn with his sinful nature wou'.d I tho use of forearm muscles to ac- such operations as tho raising of war and speech, delivered a message the ono remaining week of the drive. tio la bnd stato without tho ncces- - j complish work, must bo measured windows, tho banging of pictures,) of cloquenco and power. Undo The nntlon Is so far behind schedule, be necessary It slty of toll (Horn. H:nt--"-,j,g, enough to get easy lovcr-- 7. tlio brushing down of cobwebs, and James Gabbard sang a number of to wns stated, that It will$500,000,000 n This Includes Denth (v. 10). mlso approximately fftmit Mm nltiAtt mill tint fpnm again tho reaching upward for Civil War songs, "Tho Year of Jubi-low- ," "Thai's What Grlovcs My day during tho remaining days to .o .I.0....I0P. Thirty to thirty-thre- o SS,s,rP,rI,Utt, articles stored nway on tho upper i Heart So" and other songs. Every- reach the minimum goal. i shelves of bookcasos, china closets, 8. Kxpulslon from tho gnrden (v. ""''lies 1? mid mono short-Tbody sang tho modern war songs, 2). This wns nn net of great mercy, I women, thirty inches, for tho thlrly-an- o or kitchen cabinets. d worker up to purtnken of the tree of life est, flvo-foEven a3 homely a task as scrub- "Keep tho Homo Fires Burning,'" SMALL LOSS ON WAR GOODS have live forever In sinful state would iripi inches for tbo woman live, bing offers oxcollont opportunity "Tho Long, Long Trail," and many huvo been Intolerable. f(1,,(( suven n0lips in height. for tho exerelso of tho largo muscles others. Tom Deos played tho banjo Sales of Surplus Materials by Government Since Signing of Armistice I ; But tlio ...,., director asked mo to tell of thigh, abdomen, and back, pro- to tbo great ndmlration of every, Netted $158,381,326.23. Exercise Is Necewary. .... ., vided tbo wholo body Is allowed to body. ,CU"M ' " If n mnn does not exercise his arm "T Presiding over all, tho Ilfo of tha poses Just how to do cor enter Into tbo swing of tho overWashington, Mny 8. Sales of surhe develops no biceps musclo; and If in actual a mnn does not exerelso his soul ho rectly somo of tho morn common lapping oircles of tho scrubbing occasion nnd its inspiration, was plus war mnterlnls so far havo resultHint have brush, cloth, or dust-pan- .. acquires no muscle In his soul, no Insks of housework This Miss, Adelia Fox. plio drew out ed in but blight loss to tho governstrength of churacter, no vigor of hitherto been puro druilgcry. method of picking up dust with a from those present, contributions to ment. Theso sales, since tho signing moral fiber, no beauty of spiritual You have nover thought of it, but dust-pa- n reduces musclo fatlguo to the pleasure of tho occasion which of tho irrmlstlcu nnd up to April 25, growth. Henry Drummond. washing windows and wiping down tho minimum In two ways: First, perhaps nobody clso could havo netted $15881,350.23, or nbout 00 per cent of their original cost, tho wnr dewalls Is a task that will givo tho through tho proper coordination of reacjied. Tho spirit of tho day was partment announced. During tho week Sermon CrowJed Out. enthusiast lo patriotism in tho fight ended April 25, the sales amounted to tho muscles tho exertion is distributed Go to that little church of yours deep muscles of tho back Just of which $1.24S.09T.OO and quit your hunkering for the fine exorclso thoy need, If you do it ovor tho enttro body, and no special that is almost finished and patrlollo $2.210.0S9.0S, But uso nn arm motion, demand is mado upon any particular enthusiasm for tho battlo of recon- was for horses and mules. music and singing and pomp and splen-do- r properly. city. involving tho uso of tho largo musof tho large churches In the muscle. Second, tho uso of tho struction Just ahead. Narrow Gap By the time they get through with cles of tho shoulders and uppor largor muscles stimulates tho heart may bo depended upon to do it Captain's Wife Kills Man. their preludes and Interludes and de- bavk. This will also help to keep nnd lungs to greater activity In part. Prescott, Ariz., May 5. Sirs. Berntee ludes there won't be much time for Anderson, wife of Ciiptiiln Duvld D. tho back fat, and provent round eliminating tbo wasto products proa sermon. Anderson of the 153 Infantry, former shoulders and a crowded heart and duced by exertion. But I have told Many killaalei bad mode AutCony bolder national guard, lungs. Incidentally this typo of you enough to piquo your interest So he brttccd Mr a. Siuw, the town Arlzoun Wilson, recently shut and from Laws. Joy Is to Obey the ed John returned be arm motion Is much stronger and in this new anglo of efficiency in The stars of heuven aro free tcolder. overseas, und then turned the weapon cause, In amplitude of liberty, their moro effective In accomplishing tbo housekeeping, and you must try It Tony took her barbed Jlba on herself. Though seriously woundWat-aoJoy Is to obey the laws. Wllllum Uut repeated; "Subscribe cleaning than tho moro commou for yourself. ed, the physicians say she will recover. To the Victory Loan!" and he sold her. IMPBOVED SMOKE Lesson COUNTRY ALIKE IN ng BUSINESS ACTIVITY DUSINESS ENJOYS FINE PROSPECTS, WITH CREDIT CONDI. TIONS MORE STABLE. Future of Foreign Trade Presents Some Problems That Require Serious Consideration, Particularly Restoration of That With Nations. Newspaper Union News Service. New York. There was no chnngo of moment In fundamental trade condiIteports from mcrchnntile tions. agencies, bunkers and credit bodies show that business conditions throughout the country during the Inst month were unite fnvomble. The number of failures In the period wero the lowest In moro than n iiunrter of n century, and the evidence of unemployment nro growing fewer with the coming of better weather for outdoor work. All portions of the country, however, are not alike In business nctlvlty. Tho Knst nnd South lend In volume of purchases. The Credit Clearing House teports, as to the latter section, Hint Indications point to a splendid merchandising cumpalgn during the summer nnd fall. Indebtedness Is very low there, and purchasers nro better than nt any comparative period, while payments are also better than at nny such time excepting Inst year. Things nre a little slow as yet In the North agricultural, mountain and far West sections, but the trend Is upward. Merchants continue, to meet their obligations promptly, but nve buying with gtent caution. As peace draws nigh there IsSluir agitation displayed in practlcallynll the civilized countries ns to the matter of foreign trade. Great lirltnln, France and Germany, ns well as this country, have commercial agents and similar public olllcers, besides a host tho-nrm- s Vtrn m. lyn - e ndvo-cute- ' y 3:1-0).- Jenl-ou- y 11 n of travelers representing either Individual concerns or special Industries, investigating nnd making reports on In Mexico tho trade opportuultlea British Consulate at the capital has been sending out n questionnaire to practically every business concern In the country, trying to discover what goods will be taken from tho United Kingdom nnd what products may bo obtnlned In return, nnd also asking for the names of competitors. Similar work Is in progress In other neutral countries, especially In those contiguous to Gonnnny. The British merchants complain that their agents are not us elllcient as those from the United States, especially In the Scandinavian countries. The Germans have been sounding out neighboring countries nnd ninny of Hie Central nnd South American states, holding out the promise of long credits and other Inducements und professing to be able to Insure deliveries after the declaration of peace. The French have been making some shipments of .articles In which their country excels, nnd aro gradually Increasing the volume of their exports. Manufacturers in this country nre showing great enterprise In similar directions, and aro meeting with a fair measure of success In dealings with neutral countries. New Army Is Formed In Germany. Coblenz. On May 1, which marked the end of the demobilization of tho old German army and the functioning of the new nrmy, or Itelchswehr, Germany hns 325,000 men of various classes under arms, according to estimates made by American Intelligence olllcers bused upon Information from many sources. Included In this estimate aro 100,000 soldiers listed ns remnants of old nrmy units nnd who are In garrisons In different parts of Germany awaiting discharge. Tho present strength of troops available for service approximately Is 225,000, which Include: On the Eastern front, Luettwltz Corps, In and near 110,-000; r. t llerlln, 40,000, and Frelwllllger, 20,000. ), house-to-hous- o J 11 j. "' 0y Federal Ownership Boomed. Washington. A nutlon-wld- e campaign In favor of Government 'ownership of telegraph lines soon will be launched by tho Commercial Telegraphers' Union of Amerlcu, and, If necessary, made on Issue In tho 1020 Presidential cumpulgu S. J. Small, former International president of tho or ganization, declared In an address before' the Washington local of tho Union. Window Falls Upon Workers. Trenton, N. J. The falling of n ventilating wludow and sash welglilug 400 pounds from tho roof of St. Mary's Human Outhollc Cathedral Into the crowded auditorium, a distance of 75 feet, killed ono woman,, Injured more than a score of others among the and sturted a worshipers. An usher was attempting to open the window when It fell. nenr-paulc ot 11 !" a. Hold Indignation Meeting. Gary, Ind. Serious rioting and a score of arrests followed the attempt of Lake county "Itcils" to stuge a parade lu tho streets of Gary In the face of the proclamation of Mayor Hodge forbidding the demonstration. Flud-ln- g that they could not purude, tho' radicals, about three hundred,)!! number, culled an Indignation meeting In' Itouuiuulun Hull, und for three hours applauded lucemllury speeches made In thu Itussluu, Hungarian, Croat I un,' Lithuanian, Polish and other Slav lan guages. Say the Student, "I've More Friends in Berea Than Even in My Own Home District ! Pago Eight THE CITIZEN Miss Rhilda Chandler of Brodhcad is clerking in James Lambert' store at this place. Miss Julia Grant was tho guest of Miss Blufa Mny 8, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No confipondf nc publlttinl unl- - li not for publication, but In full br the writer. The nm n evldcnre of rood faith. Write pUltiljr. tlnnl Grant in Berea over Saturday and Sunday. Miss Suslo Beldon or Snyder was tho guest of Miss Opal Johnson ono night last week. OWSLEY COUNTY Original of Big Liberty Loan Poster Sells C a saline to Cape Cod Craft appointment at Cruise Ridge. Scovillo There will bo preaching at Hip lionic ScovIIIp, May I. Mr. and Mrs. nf J. II. Englc Hip first Sunday niter Wilson JiuM's daughter, Mrs. Nellie noon in Pach month at three o'clock, Reynold-of Turin died April 10. Some and was buried April 20 in the George Kates is no heller. at Richmond attended Federal Court School closed at Hip of the young folks hero attended the Malnous graveyard near her parent.--' lost week. McKcq Academy Thursday with n Soldiers' Banquet held at Narrow homo. The Rev. Isaac Gabbard conducted Hip sprvices at Iho grave. nico entertainment and several Gap bauinlay nignu graduates. Mrs. Dcpngtrr from She leaves her husband, father and Michigan Is visiting her daunhter, mother, five sisters and six brothers ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE A crowd of young folks Miss Nettie, who is matron at Hie All persons having claims against to mourn. girls' dormitory. Horn to tho io estate of W. H. Baker, deceased, from this place attended singing at wife of Wm. Bennett a fine girl. 0f climax, Ky., aro hereby notined Sunny Side last Sunday night. Tho new comer has been christened to verify same as required by law Misses Maude Melntiro and Ida ihjih to uie who ui nuiui nn,i mo them wiin uio undersigned Harvey were guests of Miss Ethel Mcpherson last Sunday. Isaacs three boys. John llobert-- Mali- - 0n or before May 15, 1019. p, ABRAMS, colo and Bertha Spurlock were Peters of White Oak is visiting Ins married at the homo of the bride The Climax, Ky. son, Charlie, at this place. April 20, tho Rev. Win. Anderson Messrs. Pressnell and Watson nf ofilciating. Boonovillo and P. M. Fryo of Turin John Farmer and ROCKCASTLE COUNTY spoko nt the Buck Creek Graded wife from JciTcrsonville, Intl., arcj Goochland School houso yesterday afternoon in visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. j Goochland, May 0. We are Supl. H. F. Minter at-jsomc niee weather at present, the interest of the Victory Libcrlv fended a superintondentsf convo- - nI1(j ,,eopi0 nro pulling in good time Loan. Mrs. Emma Halo isv staying cation nt Richmond last week. Mrs. preparing the land and planting with her mother, Mrs. Nancv Herd, Minter accompanied him to Conway corn. Preacher Lawson died last of Pebworlh, who is very low. IIKRKS the man, kiddles, who Is so; and visited with her sister, Mrs. Saturday night. Hens Evcrsole 1 1 popular just now that more than GARRARt) COUNTY Mary Bailey. Levi Powell sold ,,a4t through our town last Sunday a million school children aro striving Harmony his properly in town t0 Leonard ,.nrou!e to Hazel Patch. Judge their best to havo his plcttiro to hang Hignitc and bought Mr. Hignite's Lunsfonl will preach at Sycamore Harmony, May !. Wo have had up In their home?, and before another farm near town. Misses Addle church here on the third Saturday somo very cold weather recently and month has passed this man's features Shelton and Marjha Gabbard from and Sunday in May. Everybody Is ll looks like nearly all the fruit is will bo the best known of any man In no where will Annvillo are visiting friends in' invited to attend. Ruff Abrams killed, T. J. Stigall bought a dry the United States, forgo nnybody bo nble to where this McKuff Mrs. Carter, Hip cook nt and Jack Gilbert past through our cow and four calves from DickenIn man's picture will not look Creed the face and challenge them them do uio gins' dormitory, reii last weeic town last Sunday on their way to son brothers for $110. to Sand Richmond Court. Grayson from Tennessee has been their patriotic duty. and was hurt very badly. Calli-ha- n Leonard ford Lainhart from Crestmont is Docs ho look familiar to youT was out one night last week in visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. WilProf. J. B. Well, he's tho man who posed 'for tho visiting "his parents, Mr. and Mr. a storm. His hat blew off and he son, the past few days. Tyra Lainhart. The second Fri- hasn't found it yet. The Under will Hutchins of Danville made a trip n great Victory IJberty Loan poster en-day and Saturday in this month is be rewarded if found and delivered. few days ago to Bailey's Switcli to titled, "Sure. We'll Finish tho JOB." Ho Is Tony Avolar, the owner of a t examination for common school di- . Shearer and Robert McQueen, the isit his sister, Mrs. Lucy Miller, Kasuuiio iiuul uu iuuiu. ui n rruvinci'iuwn, plomas. Dewey Sparks who has mill men, havo gone homo to work and on his return stopped olT at way out on the tip of Capo Cod. Tony necn worKing ai me lumncr camps jn tbeir crops this week. Hurrah Crab Orchard and spent the night does a man's work every day peddling is at homo on a visit The Junior j for The Citizen. with his brother, the Rev. W. M. C. oil nnd gasoline to the motor fishing Bible Class had a picnic at Windi Hutchins. William Peters' wife boats thnt furnish the main Industry DisDutanta Cave, Saturday. A large crowd went of Preachersvillc died a few days of Provlncctown. His parents woro Dispulanta, May 5. Most all tho ago from town and all reported a good and was buried in Preachers- - rortURuese, but ho Is as good an American as any of us. fruit and lots of garden vegetables ville cemetery. Apples and poaches are all time. Bob Boains had a Amid these picturesque surroundwere killed by the late frost. Jacob killed in this part of the county. sale a few days ago, and ono bay ings Gerrlt A. Ilenckcr, the famous Ramey had a nice milch cow to die mare brought brought artist who painted tho Victory Liberty SI55.00; corn last week of poison. Carico Mrs. Dinksie $0.60 in the crib; two heifers brought Loan poster, found Tony and asked 3 Carico, May 5. We aro having Robinson and niece, Roena Ham 8I3T).00; and, other things brought him to pose for the painting. Tony flno warm weather at present and mond, spent Saturday and Sunday good prices. We havo a Sunday did so, overalls and all. Just as he O. M people are planting corn to beat with relatives near Bcrea. school started up at the Harmony stood Gilbert Reynolds is Payne has purchased a new Ford Baptist tho band. church with William Brew- - Hone is selling Tor eleven mmi'lis lo the yenr. visiting at the home of S. R. Rob car, and seems to bo enjoying it this or out to go to Haniil ALHINE "SPORT" IN ENGLAND Mrs. W. M. ton, as superintendent neither the Inn nr the clmroti at Wrfct-dalRoy E. Gadd is having 0. Vess Evans and, pretty weather. C. I. Ogg of Berea C oris at present. Mend nre crowded. Rut the landHutchins has been real sick but quite a lot of fencing done. Mountains Henry Bishop of Green Mount were, was calling on friends hero Sunday Mr. anil Little Spot In Cumbrian lord nt the Inn has hooked his little convalescing. Which Of'uri an Imitation of Mrs. Asher Strong's baby is im fishing last Saturday and i Misses Eva Sexton and Alico ht here rooms with their low celllncs eight tho Real Thing. two flno salmons. proving. Mrs. rett, of Richmond, were visiting at months nlii-nfor the cold days of MADISON COUNTY December. This Is the sennn when the home of W. H. Thomas last Lcatha Holt has gone back to Blue Lick Coyle IVw traveler, even those fmnlllnr the climbers gather, nml the chnnco Ind. W. S. Payne, operator at We were sorry to week. l Blue Lick, May C. Thero seems with Hie will think of Coyle, May 5 T. C. Glossip vis tourist who arrive nt this time will hear of tho death of J. C. Huff of Livingston, spent Sunday with hi ited friends and relatives on Red to be universal Inmenlalion over tho In ciiiintrlliiu with tho Hort of probably sleep on the floor under tho Confluence: Ho was an old soldier.) parents here. Miss Bertha Thomas loss of tho fruit crop in this section. mountain cllmlilin;. Yet there H n billiard table. Lick Saturday night and Sunday. lilt of tumbled country In the west ot Robert Summers had a log rolling of this place has gone to Richmond Mrs. Robert Lake visited her son How futile is complaint against tho Knlniul wlii'tv n coterie of devotee Saturday and got lots of help. Effie Moore of Climax to stay. Wednesday. Mrs. John Baker of mysterious decrees of nature. But of this perilous sport fori'Knther KENTUCKY NEWS u Mrs. William Wyatt is very ill. passed through here enroute to Be- Speedwell with our joy and gralitudo in tho (Continued rrom Fu One) visited her parents, Mr. nimlly nt the ChrNtmns senson to get Meeting at Flat Top next Saturday rea last week. Qarflcld Shearer and Mrs. The suit of E. B. Weathers, Jr., J. A. Todd. Friday night presenco of the incstimablo blessing n tnsto of nlplne work near home. Ovo Tus-so- y who has just rlurned from France and Sunday. All come. and Saturday. Mrs. Jilcs Hunter of of tho end of the war and with the The vlllnKf of WnMdnlo Head, In the of Franklin, against the State Text had a log rolling last Friday; has been discharged and is back Needmore visited her daughter, Mrs, Peaco League nearing completion Cumbrian niotintulnt. Is the tn!c of Book Commission to restrain the had lots of help. Undo Gilbert home. G. T. Payne was at Orlando Horace Cox, Sunday. Roberl Lake nnd our bravo soldiers returning we oKriUlonn for tht"o otitdoorsincn who enforcement of the recent contracts Reynolds is not very well at pres- doing dental work last week. In mtllui; precipices with let by the Commission for school bought a nice bunch of cattle in cannot afford to cavil at minor llnd thrlr Joy rope about their waists books and to compel tho readvertise-mo- nt ent. Miss Nora Milburn is sick. Hurrah for Tho Citizen. It's th Richmond Saturday. calamities. Archie Flanery who n forty foot Mr. and Mr hundred-yiirnnd n drop Wo aro sorry to hear of the death best paper in tho State. for tilth, was argued beforo J M. Glossip and Mr. and Mrs. Elgie returned from over seas service The vlllnne Itxolf Is one of the of Mrs. Robert Howard. She left a spent about ten days with home-folConway Lake were the guests of Mr. and bits of old England which Circuit Judgo Stout. Tho principal litllo baby boy Hired weeks old and before going to Battlo Creek, liiivu not chnnged much In the Inst questions for the court to determine Conway, May 5. The Rev. Enoch .Mrs. Albert Powell of Rogersville n husband, father, mother, and sisMich., to resume his work as Physi- 600 years. More you can nttend serv- are whether tho dummies nnd galLaurel county filled his Sunday. Blair of Our hustling merchant, ters, and brothers to mourn her loss. regular appointment at the Baptist Horaco Cox. made a business trip cal Instructor in tho Public and ices In whnt Is probably tho smnllest ley proofr of Dr. W. L. Heiger's We do sympathize with the bereav- church Saturday and Sunday High schools thore. Elmo Flanery, church In tho world n tiny building Physiology ami tho Grinstead Spellto Richmond Friday. ed family. James Summers had William, tho little son of Mr. and arriving in New York from with sent for twenty people. There er were specimens which complied after Silver Creek l nn Inn. of course, with n bnttered a rail making last week and a candy Mr3 w E Wynn has boen seriou3lv Mr. and over seas, was sent to Fort OgleSilver Creek, May 5. signboard, which nilulit hnve been mod- with the law, and whether tho party at night. All reported a nico ill during tho past week but is bel thorpe, Ga., for dischargo and re- eled of a contract for a hook now Mrs Buster Maupin attended tho after n description from Dickens, time. Tho frost last week got all ter now. Mr. and except thnt It wns nourishing some in use at an advanced price is i Misses Lottio and Jewel races at Lexington last Thursday. turned homo this week. tho fruit- - It also killed much gar- Davis left hero Saturday for a visit new contract or a readoptlon. Mis3 Hazel Maupin is spending a Mrs. S. P. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. centurion before Dickens wns born. den stuff. Henry Bow. week with her aunt, Mrs. BUI Gol- Flanery were visitors at tho home in Jackson county. Corn Housley Fork man who is working for tho rail den, of Lexington. Mrs. Rome of T. J. Flanery Sunday. Hcuslcy Fork, May i. Sorry road company at Cynthiana was at Terrill has been on tho sick list for planting i3 the chief activity in this Gardens nro prosindeed to havo to report that tho homo Saturday. SupL II. F. Min a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bill vicinity now. fruit is about all killed In this ter and wifo of Jackson county Tatum spent Sunday with .Mr. and perous; young chickens numerous. Editor of The Kentucky Oil Journal, of Louisville, has made scores Quito a number of beo swarms of his readers from $100 to $800 on "inside tips" on investments of neighborhood, but glad that somo' woro visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Busier Maupin. Mrs. Joo F. lalo trees, not bloomed out, wcroj Bailey of this place last week. Mr. Johnson is very sick at the Robinson havo been hived since April 20; a from $10 to $200 in oil and mining stocks tells what is good buys most remarkable record has been and what is bad free to his subscribers only. Sample copy free. not harmed. A largo crowd of, Minter went on to Richmond to at- - Hospital. inches, wash drawing, and a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell Map of Kentucky oil fields, 16 made. friends, neighbors, add relatives at- -; tend the Superintendents' Meeting. Harts tqnded tho Powell reunion held at Troy Dailoy of this placo is sum Harts, May G. This is the attended tho Powell reunion at beauty free to agent6 who will take subscriptions for mc among now $2 per year Bronco Powell's at tho head of thi.s moned on tho Grand Jury at Mt. beautiful month of May with lots Kirby Knob tho first Sunday in the. their friends. The Journal is 16 paces, illustrated soon $3. 411-1- 2 Inter Southern Bldg., Louisville, Ky. creek. Tho Christmas Ridgo Band, Vernon this week. J. M. Bailey of roses and other beautiful flowers month. didn't como on account of sickness of this placo is summoned on tho and such green grass. 'Tis tho STEVEDORES AT MARSEILLES GET A BANNER in somo of tboir families. T. I. Jury in Federal Court at London on sweetest month in the year. If wo Click and family visited at Henry May 12. William Kirby and two will stop and think a minuto how Click's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. daughters of Boono attended Sun-d- a beautiful everything is surely the Hiram Molcalf havo gone to Hamilschool at Conway Sunday after- Creator can't bo very far from us. ton,, O., to mako their future homo. noon. Come again, Mr. Kirby, and Lei us all think for a minute nn I Mrs. Lizzio Kimhcrlain and Mr. bring more of tho Fairview folks wonder about our good Lord. and Mrs. Curt Bongo came out to with you. Tom McQueen and W. B. Lako at visit thoir father hero last Sunday. Boone tended tho soldiers banquet Sat Tho friends and neighbors nro Boone, May 0. Fruit is all kill-e- urday evening nt Narrow Gap. They glad to goo aunt Jonnio Azhill ablo Mr. and report a lovely time in this community. 0. M. Payne to be out again. Tho Rev. L. W. Mrs. Ned Parker and baby of Mars- and son were in our city .Saturday YnnWinklo and Coleman Kindred hall aro hero visiting parents. riding in thoir new car. D. C. attended church nt Droyfus Satur- Mrs. Gcorgo Wren was tho guest of Pullins of Richmond visited friends day. Mr. Van Winklo also filled his Mrs. James Grant last Sunday. and relatives at this placo Sundav evening. Waltor Gadd of Wallncb- ton spent Sunday with his brother Roy of Harts. Samuel J. Robinson nnd family visited J. W. Lako Sat- -; urday nnd Sunday. Willio Kindred enjoyed himself with us In our Sunday school work Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson of Silver Creek nlso woro bore. Miss Rowenu IffiTiimntlft tt ntemifnnti annnl Cnt .. u...a t iiuii.uillU nj'Wlb I'm Returns to its before-the-wa- r urday nnd Sunday with Miss high standard of quality Rolllo Kathorino Lako of Harts. Davis says ho is about dono plant ing com; earliest ono nround horc. W, M. Anderson went to Richmond Scene at Jlnrtiellles when tho teedore there wero prcbented with u bunner for winning tho week's "ruco w Monday on business. Walker Mc- Berlin" by Cupt- - Robert M. Wutklns, chief Btevedore, und O. W. Conuut, Y. M. 0. A. contest secretary. JACKSON COUNTY McKee McKee. May G. J. II. Llewellyn, C. P. Moorp anil Dr. W. 11. Hornsby , ui-rai hav-Farm- cr. ng 1 1 r.mm w&SssE , I e Gar-caug- Hue-'nm- ks ro-ne- OLD MAN HARRIS d No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour .. Once Tried Always Used