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"Oerpta to ttie Interests of tlie The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 15, 1010. One Dollar and U)MIS yffoixntaiii Feojole Fifty Cents Per Year. Knowlcdgo Is Power and tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo is to read a good Nowgpaper. No. 10. Berea Captured By Grand Army Men Headquarters Established in College Chapel Honor the Brave Berea and Kentucky stand at attention today to do honor to the Grand Army of the Republic as our state veterans gather on the College Campus. The days of '6i seem quite a distance in the past but they grow brighter as they recede. The work of the Grand Army was really more important in the progress of right and civilization than we realized at the time. Veterans, we welcome you. You do us good just by marching by. SPURN "SLAVE" TREATY--EBER- WorWNews Tho Treaty of Peace has finally been delivered over to tho Ocrmac representatives at Versailles. They arc to have llfleen days (o study it President of Germany Says and attach their signatures. No limitations have been imposed on Peace Pact Will Bring tho movements of tho representaNew Wars. tives and somo of them havo already gono with it' to Berlin. Exports were at once set lo work translatiDEMANDS "PEACE OF RIGHT" ng, and interpreting the terms and tho contents aro by this limo fully Executive In Proclamation Sayi Pact known. Berea College is doing a great thing for the whole Would "Deliver German Labor to So far as can bo determined from Foreign Capitalism" Appeals mountain region in offering its Summer School. Like press reports the German leaders to People to Stand Together. the other arrangements of Berea this offers "something and tho peoplo regard tho treaty a3 good for every comer." Berlin, May 12. Germany's reply to hard. Many defiant remarks havo The farm boy and girl that can only get off for five the terms of peace presented at Ver- been mado and threats of refusal to Keys of City by Mayor Gay sailles on Wednesday will bo a pro- sign havo been voiced. Germany is weeks will have the time of their lives for five weeks at posal "for n pence of right on the said to be in mourning as she has Berea. The new school teachers can get confidence by Half basis of a tasting pence of the nations," como to realizo as never before tho taking some of these summer courses which are planned nccordlng to a protlarantlon to the According to announcement in last crowd of students and citizens, Girmun people Issued penally for her deeds. In snito of by Presihere just for them. And the instructors in mountain academies week's Citizen, the Department En eager to participate in sucli expressions there is reason to the pleasure dent Ebert. and high schools will find here such preparation for their campment of the G. A. It. is in ses of the occasion. Chapel gatherings The proclnmntlon says the trenty bcliovo that thero is no wav out work as is not given anywhere else. sion at Berea with upwards of two aro frequent, but Grand Army would "deliver German Inbor to foreign and she must sign after such slight hundred comrades and representa- Campilrcs are few and far between, rnpltullsm for the Indignity of wnge modifications as tho Peace Congress tives of kindred organizations in 'thirteen years ago the State .En- slavery nnd permanently fetter the is willing to make. attendance. campment was held in Berea, hut )cung German republic." The proclamation closes with nn ap The visitors arrived on the noon many of the comrades have ans II is perhaps natural that no na The Citizen says, "Look at Me." peal to Germnn people to stanil train Wednesday, ami were met at wered the final Iloll Call since then together, the knowing no parties, "and to tion is fully satisfied with tho I not the kind ofa newspaper you need and deAm (he depot by representatives of lha Quito a number arc present this preserve with the government mutual treaty of peace. Franco has not all ' sire in your home? Jocal Post. Quite a number of Hag- - year, who were hero at the former trust In the path of duty In the belief that sho hoped to secure. Belgium Of course this week we are a bit overloaded with the bedecked autos were in waiting to Encampment, giving some evidence of the triumph of reason nnd right." is disappointed, even England is Text of Ebert's Proclamation. G. A. R. meeting, and the memorial service, and our rather lukewarm in reception of The text of the proclamation fol- tho terms. Our own country is tobacco pictures, but these are all features that are of lows : best pleased becauso wo expected highest value. "Tho first reply of the allies to the nothing and sought only to bring Rlncere desire for peace on the part of regular departments are each one of them Our people wns tho laying to pass the best welfare of all. our stnrvlng worth the price of a year's subscription! Many readers down of uncommonly hnrd armistice of the great city dailies turn to The Citizen each week for The remains of Edith Cavoll, the conditions. its wonderful summary of the World's News. And the "The Germnn people, having laid English nurse executed as a spy by down Its arms, honestly observed nil the Germans in Belgium, lias been Mountain Agriculture each week is equal to a visit from the obligations of the armistice, hard taken lo England. A ceremony will the county demonstrator. Notwithstanding this, ns they were. be held' in Westminister Abbey Does not the Home Department help you live well our opponents for sis months hnve continued tho wnr by mnlntnlnlng tho where tho body will remain for a and save money? time. It will then be taken to tho blockade. Are not the Sunday School Lesson and the continued 'The Germnn people bore nit theso old church yard at Norwich where story just the thing for the young folks? burdens, trusting In the promise given it will Qnally be placed. Military by the allies In their note of November honors are paid tho dead woman And here is the only really great newspaper that is 8, that the peace would be a peace of and her name will be a household devoted to the interests of the Mountains. right on the basis of President Wil- word for many generations among You need The Citizen, you lose much if you miss a son's 'fourteen points.' the English people. single number. New Wars. Says Treaty Mean "Instead of that the allies have now It is a little bit of trouble to make out the money Among the significant things of given us pence terms which are In order at the post office, but you only have to do it once contradiction to the promise given. tho timo is tho growing friendship a year. Do it now! It Is uubenniblc for tho German people belween the countries of South nnd Is Impracticable, even If we put America and tho mother country, forth nil our powers. Violence without Spain. Our fnmous Monroo Doc-trimeasure would be done to the German was proclaimed when theso people. From such nn Imposed pencu countries separated as colonics in fresh hatred would be bound to nrlso tho early part of (ho eighteenth Great Procession Chapel Packed Stories of Men Who Had between the nntlons, nnd In tho course of history there would bo new wnrs. century and we resisted nil efforts Been at The Front. The world would be obliged to bury to have them return to Spain. Since o Only onco or twico in n came immediately after, followed JOHN T. GUNN every hope of a lenmie of nations liber- then Spain has become a moro libating and healing the nntlons, nnd In- eral and democratic country, and can ono have such nn experionco as by civilian relatives and friends. Past Department Commander suring peace. in tho great Memorial Scrvico last A special section of seats was rewould now seek nothing but a convey them to (heir assignment- s- 0f advancing age, but nevertheless "The dismemberment and mnngllng friendly relation of trade. Sunday. served for parents of boys in tho a service which was cncerruiiy young in spirit, and full of ar.lenl of the German people, the delivering All It seemed as (hough there was no military and naval service. rendered u) mui-uuu imul-l-pa rioiism for tho flac w eh llmv of German labor to foreign capitalism Tho great effort to cross the Atend of tho procession, and every seats of tho spacious chapel worn I their machines uu for the Indignity of wnge slavery and ui L'.iri'lPil in viRfnrv uiu iiisiiosm heart was thrilled ns (ho men in occupied throughout tho two hour the welcoming committee, the permanent fettering of tho young lantic by airplane has begun' and Comrado Dodge, who has held German republic by the entente's Im- a part of tho routo has already been khaki, nearly a hundred of them, of tho program. A large streamer was hung ncross several important olllces in Grand perialism Is the aim of this peace accomplished. From Now York to Mr. Carl Vogel opened the exer-oispassed down between tho ranks. Army Service, was" mast6r of cere- violence. with prayer. Newfoundland is a goodly stretch-anTho old Chapel fairly rocked as monies, and, as might bo expected, The Germnn people's government Tho, opening words by President from thero the lino extends to wo sang "My Country, Tis of Thee." penco proposals of viowns nt his best on this occasion will answer tho tho Azoro Islnnds oh tho African Fully llfleen hundred persons Frost, himself so intimate a mournlence with a proposal of a peace of He is a stickler for army promptcoast, across (ho water. From there worn present, including (ho hun- er, wero listened to with breathless ness, and went "over tho top" with right on the basis of a lasting penco of tho route will attention. dred uniformed soldiers and sailor; lead to Portugal the nations. his introductory remarks nt tho "We are in danger," be said, "of seated upon .tho platform beneath The fact that all circles of the Ger which has given permission to land. Vet" time of 7:30 p. in. mnn people have been moved so deep- It is noted that (ho air routo is ex (ho solemn reminder of (heir fallen overrating the merits o( Ihese falAfter prayer by Dr. B. H. Roberts, ly testifies that tho Germnn govern- actly opposilo to that of Columbus yn mrades a service HJtg, bearing len soldiers, because we love them. pastor of tho Union church, n patri- ment Is giving expression to the united when ho sailed Let us seo what reasons thero are twonly-on- o golden stars. for America. Ho otic chorus was sung by a class of will of the Germun nation. Tho Ger- chose (ho among the few Tho Berea College Hand led tho for placing them southern path which is school children, which was mucin man government will put forth every best for water passage procession from lloone Tavern to irroat war heroes of the world." but tho air. effort to secure for the German people enjoyed. "They did all that men could do in (ho Chapel, followed by President lino is by tho north which is most IndependMayor Gay gavo tho address of the same nutlonal unity and Frost, College officials and Ihe men hearing hardship and facing danger, ence and the same freedom of labor favorable in currents of air. welcome on behalf of tho city, nnd In economical and cultural respectH in uniform eighty-si- x in number. In fact, they met death in new tin cordial terms "turned over the which tho ullles want to glvo to nil Tho United States has recognized Tho Departments of tho school (Continued en Pge Ht) keys c f the city" to the visitors, ov- - the peoples of Europe, save only our the independence of Finland by pressing (ho honor and pleasure people." sending a representative to (hat DO YOU CARE FOR OUR SOLDIER CONTENTS "Our nation must save Itself by Its country. which Berea felt in having the State BOYS J This peoplo havo long been own nctlon. In view of this danger of Encampment assemblo here. destruction thu German mi Hon und tho unhappy under (ho rulo of Russia In Ihe absence of President Frost, government which It chose must PAGE 1. Editorials: Honor tho stand whero thoy wore placed "at tho timo Every week Tho Citizen propose I'ror John F. Smith voiced tho Col- -; by each other, knowing no parties. Let ot Napoleon. Although wo cannot Brave; Tho Mountain Summer to givo tho experience of at least f lego welcome. The speaker said ho Germany unlto In a single will to preSchool; A Newspaper for tho ono soldier Hoy, iiko that or Mr forgot thoir connection with Gerwns glad of tho privilege lo do so serve German nationality nnd liber- many during tho wnr Mountains; Memorial for Hercu Michael, in this number. Hurry in wo must sym,fnr several reasons. First, because ties. G. A. H. EncampStudents. pathize adyour subscription. thought and the entire will vantage with thoir effort to tako "Every ho was tho son df a Confederate ment News. lo win independence. Their veieran; second, because of tho of tho nation ought now to ho turned position is an important ono bePAGE 2. School Now. rniiso fin- - wlilnli M. TT..!n.. ........ to Inbor for the preservation und re- cause of its rolutiou .. .... mi, uiiiuii mint I ANDREW 0FFUTT with Russia FOE TRIED TO SEE WILSON construction of our futherlund. Thu iiiugm; mini, uecauso wo aro nil government appeals to all Germans In and it is best that we get n hand PAGE 3. Seriul Story. Current Senior Vice Department Commander Americans. Ho referred with much this hard hour to preserve with Its in Finland. as early as possible. German Foreign Minister Attempted Evonls. appreciation to tho loyalty nn mutual trust In tho path of duty and to Obtain Personal Interview With Uopot street bearing tho inscrip- courago of tho PAGE 4. Locals. President but Failed. colored troops in tho In the belief of reason and of right." President Wilson has been tion, "Welcome, Comrades," which recent war, nnd Ihoir To proclamation, which wus Issued awarded a fidelity to tho medal by tho Institution PAGE 4. 0. A. II. News Continued expressed the senljmenl, not only Hag at nil times. hy thu Imperial president nnd tho ImParis, May 12. Count von or Moral and Political Soicnco in German foreign minis- of Berea's veterans, but of tho town An eloquent welcomo was de- perial government, bears the signature Franco. Of PAGE 6. Farm and Homo. tho many attentions ho nml chulrnmn of the penco delegaof President Ebert. general. ter in livered by Mrs. Margaret Early in has received this is ono of tho most Want New Negotiations. Special on tion, tried to obtain u personal InterPAGE 7. Article behalf of tho Women's Relief Corps The Campfire lilting. Ho has certainly stood for view with President Wilson Krldny, govern Cigarettes. The Imperial Tho Chapel auditorium was which ollcited hearty Tipplause. ments, In u joint and Prusslun to cast- - important morul issues and docs but was refused, according to proclamation packed to the limit with a largj PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. (Contlnuid on Psg Tin) (ConUautd on Ptg Etgbt) (Continued on Pigs Eight) T The Mountain Summer School Opening Gun Fired 7:30, Wed. Night Handed Over Hour Later A Newspaper for the Mountains no Memorial for Berea Students lifo-tim- 1 ' cs 1 The Mountain Summer School is the Biggest Chance for Pleasure and Profit. See Pages Two and Six. Pago Two THE CITIZEN he mitl.orltle kIiow May 15, 1010. to bring II nboiK. that the difference In the lime xfnmliiriN In Imvlnc n serious .;. School News from Various Departments ALPHA ZETA WINS Judges' Docislon Unanimous stead of tho pellet in fulilo efforts to nppenso their imploring supporters, and only ouo received free passage to first. Tho score follows in detail: College A.B. Andes,- - 3rd b. 3 Collins, o.f. 5 J. Wilson, 2nd b. 3 IlncKuoy, o. o Carpenter, o.f. 0 I Porter, 1st b. Hays, p. 5 4 Webber, s.s Fielder, l.f. 3 10 11. 1 DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? GERMANY ASKS Attend Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY TREATY CHANGES SIX CNVOY3 START FROM FOR DCHLIN AS SEALED MliCSviCS ARE DISPATCHED. Tho debating team of Alpha Zetn feet In many lociilltlen, niiiKlng Mrlkei In wmie plnrc and hrtniMtigJihont xpo-clIII oilier to determine election which whcdirie be adopted. carried off llio banner Saturday niglil in the supremo society event of tJio year ly n victory over tho Phi Delta debaters. was: Resolved Tho question Tliat n Federal Law providing conv pulsory arbitration between em ploycrs and employees is wise and feasablc. Tho Alpha Zola speakers were liny Conglclon, Leonard Fielder, tho Phi and Ilaymon Johnson: Delta speakers, Chas. Waters, liar ry U. Waller and Buford Martin, Alpha Zcta argued tho affirmative, Phi Delia the negative. Prof. Edward Tuthill, of tho University of Kentucky, Prof. J. L Whiteside, of Kentucky Wcslcyan, and Prof. Chas. A. Keith, of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal, judged the debate. Tho Phi Delia men showed that they had worked very hard arid dili gently, having on tho slage with them a half carload of letters from employers and strike agitators. They showed a great deal of Phi Delta lire and enthusiasm which was remarkably hot and powerful, but tho Alpha Zcta men seemed to wear asbestos coals for they could not be hurt by tho liquid flro of the enemy. Tho Alpha Zcta fighters stood calm during tho attack, then in tho counter attack crushed all opposition. Johnson was especially strong on his counter relliroo-Io-nolhi- ng II. 1 a i 0 0 June 6 to July 11 and July 11 to August 15 house-keeper- Gu;rrll!a Prets Warfare Acalnst Pa Diulntt Wilmar Trip Plamud . Pbblsclte For Senlctwlg. ropMilmeii. The ejHti! In the omy with Uenminy provld'n peniv Southern for !'! Hte In intrlleiMUlt 8elilwwi In I 'Co If I'll n i "fnct un Ix icilceted , in . deelBro tlw ilie ID 10 Academy A.B. II. II. D. I Bcldcn, l.f. 0 00 McConnell, 1st b. 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 Watson, s.s. 5 Williams, 2nd b. 5 0 1 0 1 4 Dickens, r.f. 5 0 Gallagher, 3rd b. 4 0 0 0 1 4 Kennedy, c. 0 0 1 1 Hay, c.f. 0 Johnson, c.f. 0 00 0 Stiles, p. 0 0 Robertson, p. 0 0 0 Ilobshaw 0 0 0 41 11 . 2 Girls' Contest and Folk Game Field Day was wound up by girls' contest. There was a baseball game between tho Detroit Tigers and the nt Vocational girls, and folk games b girls. (Ed. Note. It tho Foundation was a great game, but we are nol sure who won it. Ask the unpire buttal. It was by no means an'casy fight. maybe bo knows.) Tho Phi Delta men were superior Some of People You Will Meet in delivery and presentation. Only PUT DELTA BANQUET by tho quickness of the A-- Z men Mountain Summer School On May 5th. 1919, the Plf Delta under fire was victory mado pos Literary Society of Bcfca College sible. celebrated the COth anniversary of its existence in connection with its ABOUT FIELD DAY annual banquet. Many of us re member the celebra Sports On account of bad weather Field lion of this venerable organization Day could not bo held last Thurs- which had its birth in tho pioneer day and was put off until Monday. days of the College. Berea College may well bo proud Three medals were offered for tho winners in the sports, these of a Literary Society which has taking place in tho morning. Tho served through sixty changing years West Virginia and later of Arkansas memory. gold medal, first prize, was won by and has maintained a high standard where farming under pioneer coning the spring and summer nnd LIEUTENANT CAMPBELL TO BE ditions seven miles from a post of- Willard Andes, ofhc College; the of literary excellence. cutting" ice in I lie winter ho con- MILITARY INSTRUCTIIl Miss Margaret Dizney Thi excellence was gratifyingly lico claimed their attention. The second prize, silver medal, by Eck-ma- n, tinned in school nnd was graduated I.icuL William Campbell who It Miss Margaret Dizney, Dean of of the Academy; and tho third, shown in tho addresses delivered young Scotchman attended Oberlin al twenty-on- e years of age. By remembered by students and faculty prize, bronze medal, by Joo Wilson, at (he banquet. The expression ot College His special ability, proved Vocational Women and instructor teaching part time ho was able to a n student for two years in our n Household Arts and Homo Scioucc, I noblo thoughts in correct and beau be in Public Speaking and the of tho College. tiful English is an accomplishment interpretation of English Literature. was horn in the Tennessco moun attend the Iowa Stato Teachers' College department has been Following is an account of tho being graduated in 1901. ployed as instrurior in military of surpassing attraction, and such Ho took up tho study .of religion in tains, but came early in lifo with events. For the next three summers he op- Inctirs nt the Ohio Soldiers' and we had that night in tho addressed Oberlin and then in tho University her parents to Berea. Her father 1. dash, Andes, 5 etated a tile ditching machine in Sailors' Orphans' Homo nl Xonia, O, of three former presidents of the of Chicago and later at Union Semi seconds. urdiT lo" pay expenses thru Ober- - and entered upon his duties Tuos- 2. dash, Andes, 11 sec- society, Mr. Isaacs Bowles, tho Rev. nary, .New York City, where he lin Collcgo School of Music, and day morning. Elmr Gabbard, Mr. Dean Slagle, and ived and worked in a Brooklyn onds. Ho enlisted ns a member of the Church. From 1807 until 3. High jump, Gallaghar, 0 ft. a present student, Mr. David Kecdy. Kentucky Second IloRiment Band, IPflrt Doctor ltninn hold imnnrfnn' 4Mc. Gabhard's subject, "Some Dy1 in. 'with ten other Boroa boys. While 4. Running broad jump, Webber, namic Forces in Aqhie'vement," wan pastorates in Ohio and Now York lin company was slalionod at Gimp handled with power and enthusi- His chief efforts wero along thn 10 ft. 11 in. Shelby. Halliesburg, Miss, ho was 5. dash, Andes, 23 3- -i asm and impressed his hearers as be- linos of Sunday school and Christ transferred lo tho Olllcers' Training ing tho resujls of his own experience an Endeavor work, and endeavoring seconds. Camp and later received his com0. One mile run, Eokman, 5 min. and ideals. Ho mentioned "Power to inlluenco young people lo d mission as First Lieutonnnt. Hit of an Ideal," belief that what wc things for themselves. Since com 5 seconds. Berea friends congratulato him on have to do is our appointed work, ing to Uerea in 1906 Professor Rain 7- Hammer throw, Wilson, 75 ft. securing so fine a position. Lieu8. hurdles, Andes, 23 and "Spiritual Power," as dynamic has been very active in the Student tenant Campbell is n Kentucky boy forces, and concluded with the ex- Y. M. C A., and is now a member of seconds. from Flemming county. souls lo a the Hoard 0f Directors of tho Berea 0. Polo vault, Robinson, 8 ft. 5 hortation to link oilfor seven years was instructor in higher power, and assured us there inches. th Berea Collcgo Foundation School "BETWEEN TWO LIVES" 10. i dash, Andes, 55 3 is power in a vision, w and is now Principal of tho Publlo The excellent and instructive Mr. Slagle's address sparkled with seconds. Ciraded School in Berea. Sinco Miss agricultural play entitled "Between Iho genial humor some of U3 re11. Shot put, Wilson, 31 -i ft. Dizney entered tho Berea Academy Two Lives" given by tho Vocational member so well. Ho complimented 12. Half rnilo run, XEckman, 2 faculty last spring is, wo nro glad mil her College graduation in 1915, Mr. Nickels, tho toaslmaster, by minutes, 18 5 seconds. In say. going to be reproduced this sho made her expenses by student , 13. Discus, Carpenter, 78 ft. 11 in. saying that ho was not liko some spring. ii'acuing ami as assistant Hostess rivers, "small at the bead and large Former Lieut. II. C. Miller gavo i at Boono Tavern, theCollcgo hotel Tho agricultural class n22, or tho an exhibition drill with tho Nor- at tho mouth." His stories were apt, Normal sho has done Home Scionco demon- department will give- it pointed, and of tho kind that leave mal girls whom bo has been giving Monday ovonlng. May 19, nl 7:30, in slrnlion work in many Kentucky no sting. military training. counties and in Georgia and Ala during tho year 1001 ho was as- tho Collcgo Tabernacle. No charge Prof. W. J. Baird presented tp the bama. For tho past two years the sistant Professor in musio at tho for, admission. society n banner upon which was a Iowa State Teachers' College. ProCollege Trims Academy weekly articles printed in Tho Citi You nro invited. star, each point for a fessor Rigby is a member of tho Collcgo nino defeated lie! Tho zen on Homo Economics havo been bates, and paid a beautiful tribute Academy learn in a well played under tho direction of Miss Diznoy National Music Teachers' AssociaSTRAY SHOTS Literary Soolety in their last five gamo of baseball on Fold Day, MonSince nssuming chargo of this do tion. His work in Bcroa includes contests. Professor naird mention day, May 12, by a coro of ten to two. ed partment of work in Berea College direction of cnmninulty singing, Comio Section nppreciatlvlcy tho names of eacl gleo clubs, harmonla society, and A largo crowd saw tho gamo. The debating1 team during theso five de- - Association. He has attended varl Miss Diztiey has adapted tho work regular instructional In work combat did not lag for lack of "pep" balos, and Edna Mao Healoy: "I think thoy paind a beautiful tributo ous Y. M C. A Summer Conferences t" tho needs of Berea Collego stu- special music courses. Ho has ought to call Chas. evon after tho Collcgo took tho lead to dents. No other school offers sim-lliWaters 'Soapy Alwin Dexter Todd, who was on ns instructor for the past ten yean in tho third inning. Tho fielding tho team In 1911. work nnd tho intelligent and mado himself known thru direction Wnfers'." This tributo found and has for nine sessions served as or community singing In Tennessee, of Webber and Porter of tho "Why?" said "Conk." an echo in many hearts that still instructor in Y, W. C. A. Confer personal interest of Miss Diznoy College, Galligar and of tho cherished tho memory of Alwln's encos. At tho lime President anil lias developed a scries' of coursos Alabama, Oeorgia, and his County "Oh. ho foamed so the other night Institute musio work in dozAcademy was fast and sensain tho debate." scholarship and beautiful charac Mrs. Frost first visited tho Kentucky invalunble lo mountain women. A en Kentucky mountain a half counties. tional. Dickens and Watson, repre- ter. Any Mountain Counties, many of the new building for (Ills' work will be soolety does well to keep senting. Dean Mnthcny's organizaGentle Hints Used by Collego Rati before lis present members tho older peoplo remembered hearing constructed within tho noxt fow EVA HAMRICK WINS PRIZE IN tion, demonstrated conslstant hal- memory Quieting Each Other Professor Ilaino with his entertain months mid now courses in weav of noblo and true past ESSAY CONTEST ting ability. Joo Wilson, College, "Shut you mouth so I can sec ments, readings, and sketches from ing, millinery, dress making, and memners. Eva HamricK of Iho Foundation featured with tho longest hit of the I ho falmliar dining room In Shakespeare's plays. Ho, has travel institutional cooking will then bo School won ono of tho Autograph your faco." gamo in tho third Inning, with tho "Ah. I bellevo your ed widely throughout tho Mountain oflored. This Summer's courso in Ladies Hall was tastefully decora Vlotory Liberty Loan Posters given "Ker than voue min.t mouth's blg- bases filled, by clouting n terrific led with dogwood and tho Phi Delta counties, giving lectures, ballad. Sanitation' will fairly represent tho by thn Oovernihent in tho Liberty wallop to deep cenlor, driving in' "Quit shaking such a ,nn iin For one excellent work Miss Dizney is doing Loan Ks.ny colors. Two beautiful 60I03 with and other entertainments. Contest. Tho Poster is threo men and all but making tho "If you don't keep your head in nor deparlmonl. onenres wero rendered by Mis season ho was on tho Chnutaumin mounted beautifully and has n con- - cloed everybody's going to elrcuil himself on a close play at Mary Johnson sco how and Miss Clara Leedy, Circuit with tho nedpath Company gratulalory Inscription written and empty it Is." tho plate, receiving credit only for nl for somo years has been listed and tho menu left nothing to bo do Ralph Rigby signed by tho artist, Ocrril A. r, a threo bagger. Special noto is duo "A fool with his mouth shut u with tho Intor-Slat- o Lyceum Busired. Those attending tho Berea Sum who painted tho poster. tho all round playing of Fielder, considered wise." reau, Ono summer ho was booked mcr School and wishing to study Iho winning essay will bo pub who got on baso and mado a run at Chautauqua, New York. His wide vocal or instrumental music will for each of his four times at bat. KOREAN LED Y. M. C. A. Blnnoho Kennedy: "Do. you think aequnlntanco and sympathy with find at tho head of tho Music de lished in next wcok's Issue. Look for it. In tho pitching department Hays il would bo wise nnd foasablo for Thu Sunday night meeting of tho Mountain conditions has led to the partment Mr. Ralph nigby who has besled Stiles and Robertson wlio "Y" was led by Chung W. Cho who request of tho mo to cut class today?" lined this position in Berea sinco MOTHERS' DAY CELEBRATED entered as a relief in tho seventh. spoko of tho Korean Field of Sheppard (eating nn onion): "No, n Missionary Educational Movement 1905. Ho was ono of n fnmily of flvo Mothers' Day was rcmcmborcd I think that would bo Although closer fielding might linve Missions. that Professor Itnino wrlto a text children on a twcnly-flv- o another form aero farm Sunday by tho Collego with ex- of Bolshlvism." cut down tho College score tho I'liis was tho second meeting of hook on tho Mountain Peoplo. Ho in Iowa where poor ercises befitting to tho occasion. schools woro "preps" would havo yet lost for thoy tho series of meetings on foreign is now preparing this hook. His and only bard work mado it nos- Each S'undny school class was rep could not biff Hays' benders when fields. Next Sunday night's topic text book on Public Speaking Said a wit of Ladies Hall: "It Is the slblo for him to attend tho village resented In tho oxorclses by a mem inues a sharp person to bits were most needed. Eight of will bo "Christianity in tho South ofllolal toxt book used at Oberlin Ugh hclfool somo four miles dis cut a class gavo somo npproprlalo ro- -' with so that tho cut them chose lo dent tho ether In- - American 'Republics. College Professor Ilaino makes lilt tant. By working on tho farm dur- - her who will not show ...u.n. uifuui, uiuuiur, m ma rrnifnq " n pre-IHirtwip-iile- .4 d Ileln-Insfor- half-centu- ry Prohibition To De Attacked. Vork. Pinna for the tlieht prohibition, to be opened at the otlloct of the epoeliil mwkIoii of Coiisnwc culled b. 1'renldi'iit WIIkhi were iiniioiiiired here lit liiNidqtiHrterH of the nPMH lntlou opposed to nntloiinl The I'eilenil prohibition prohibition. fifteen. iiiiieiidment, effective January lit, will be attacked by Iteprtenlinive Itenheii Best location, climate and equipment. llriHiklii, by thu Introiln.--lloL fllOIIKll. Note two things: The studies and entertainments of a rtwiliitloii providing for It The nermann ismt thnt the labor rcpcul anil a ferond reioltitlon nilllni; are the best, and especially adapted to people from the iptwiHMit be conxMerml at the for a referendum on It In every mine conference iiIoiir the Urn? it nf the I'nlon. Itcprescntntlve Jaim-mountains. e condniiom to the Utbor confor- - ,V. (iiilllvnii, lhxtoti, It wmt nld, would And the prices are made right for young folks just :ic of J.ily, 1017. The nte reliitliij:. Join furveit in the light. ;o prisoners cmlclre the rlntle deal-getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." "t with the return of prNonor Attack Plannedt vnr mid tint they lie returned Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, iiniedlnloly nfler the (dunlin: of the Stockholm. Entente forces ore s nillllnry opemtlons with rcliinliiMrlci niel 'but ndetpiiito Adv.) n a bane for an iittnek upon Berea, Kentucky nf food nnd cletlilnc be KUa run-fe; to n lU'l.sliicfoiN to tlnni. It In considered In Pence I'l'lrorrm'. '"onferwiee circles tlmt the tretity ns dlspntch to the .Winn ridnlgen. Klfi.v t NtHiid.x provide amply fur thin imiIiii. IhoiiiHiid lriMiw are exe'tel to take 'he note have not been ceimlderod by (wrt III the operutlon, nccordlliK to the the council of four, but will be tnkm illmlc)i, which snyx thnt I'rciicli p tomorrow. d crullers are lying In the OuU of of llelidnfor. Prof. James Watt Ralne Imine on a mountain farm a few Rcquect To Make Clocks Uniform. Professor James Watt Ilaino who miles from Uerea and sinco bis ro CoTmnliil.". O. A request Li to he May Preient Credentials. will teach English the last Hvj turn from Army Y. M. C. A. service .'inde of the National Hallway Pari. Alberto J. Paul, .Mexlcnn weeks of the School is a Scot, bifrn lie has boon at homo ovor ready to V'lniliitstratlon nnd the Interitiitu Minister to Krnnrn, Ktatcil that he and schooled in London England, welcome any band of Borea stu ''ommcrce CoiiiiiiIshIoii, in the name of had received notification that ho might ere his father was engaged in dents seeking tho charm of his nor fhe .Stale of Ohio, to Install Cent nil present hlx nt the l'rcm ti business until James was thirteen Minality. Those who attend Itorea'? tatiilanl time on the rallwayn of Ohio. Forelsn Offlce Mny IX Thin notice It will liasi'd upon n Joint revolution eniiie. the MlnUter mild, nt the moment years of age. At that limo the fam expanded Summer School this com adopted be by the General AcM'inbly ily moved to America and found a ing summer will count the acquaint without n dlwntlns: rote nppmvliu' tln .Maxxiiii pri'K wn nniiouiicliiu home in the mountain country of nnce of Doctor Itaine as a choice iililfonnlty of Dine and nniieullng. to Ills deimrtun' for Sim.ll. non-sectaria- n, Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, farmers, discharged soldiers, Christian workers. "Something good for every comer!" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Berea is religious, "works with all followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for entrance that you live in the mountains and are above s, nroc:;for.rtantzau Progrttt Ma- -, l.!ilni f i.-i- ii piir, of he i dlatrlc't li on Tirms For Auitrla. Hungary. Weetern Union N Bivlr I'nr.s. The Co man delegation nt VerjiilIIe, In mites trnniiiillted lo JI. i.. . - I i'i Pen.nnrk doex not re, n tl eii iivjncp within tln miitry wmtld hud to n future nicM i eiiinw'd n Clcmeiiconit, xPre dent of the P'nce Conference, propoM' cliiufm til ie elmiM-- of the Peine Trciity env-e- i c Inbor problems mill iiflJs that pr.miiuirH of wnr lie returned Inline-i- l nti'ly after the xienuijs of the preliminaries. The notes miccwt the l...iillntc of n Joint .labor convention at Yormille for roiHdrnttlon of tlie Satisfaction Is ux-- I "'nt- - ni.Mil. t In mcd with the Inbor elmi-It Is pointed out tlmr the) iver principle. already In force In mimtiiy mill that they tin net go fin s . ci pen-Hu- mid the ltlxwlnc InMM In tb niitneetlon on the enforcement of the !rllulite of lintloiiiillty. nll'rt. nio I'ollticill Committee of lt'i'iHir. nflcr (iinlerrlliR with the ovenuiieiit. hits telef niphed to the lmilh Mlnlxter lit I'nrlx Unit the e Now nSHliixt Urn-ke- 1 s the at the Pin-lan- crtib-iitlnl- s 50-ya- rd -5 100-ya- rd 220-ya- rd 3-- 220-ya- rd 10-y- 3-- 3-- ! - five-point- ed nr Bon-eke- for-eig- Says the Student, "I've More Friends in Berea Than Even in My Own Home District" Mny 15, 1019. THE CITIZEN the end of tho rond, Hurried mo nlong REVIEW OF nnd In n moment or two wo were down under tho plno grove thnt surrounded tho homo of old Squire Kullerton n CURRENT big, stone house with n graveled rond n round It. A great black dog came barking nnd growling nt me from the front porch. I rode nrnund the house Germany Considering the Treaty nnd ho followed. Ilcyond the windows Which Strips Her of Much I could sco the glonm of candlelight nnd moving figures, A man enmo out Land and All Power. of the hack door ns I nenred It Pago Three. The correspondent of n Berlin predicted that tho German dele gates In each ruse whore It wns con Slavs' contention n port on the Adrlntlc. THE LIGHT IN THE ELEARINL? . NEWS lny In their need of EVENTS A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING BACHELLERw UlN HOCDEN. uwho vt SYNOPSIS. Ml AND I. OAGBCL vm miit, tic, itc Of THt lUiSiO CTIAPTEIl navnaa, orphan, w taken to lira with Ma uncle, Feabody on a.n!1 hl" Aunt hrm on if W1' f. "1rol In a neighborhood called about the year U2t. Ilarton mta ally Hunkalber. about hi. own aa. but oclally pf a clmi above the Ilarnrses. l "J fine fascinated by tha pretty face clothta. n" Lick-Itytp- IF?- - mtU novln-?,- , .k?.?wn ,n..th neighborhood aa the HUsnt Woman," Atnoi Urlmshaw. young on of the richest man In the township, 1?at - , vljltor tellethe llaynea home, and Kate the fortunea of the two boya. predicting- - a bright future for liar, ton and death on the icallowa for Amoa. Ileproved or an act of boyish mischief Ilarton rune away. Intending to make hi ,wUh He fm9village tn IXinkelUrgs. falla reachea the of Canton aleep of exhaustion on andporch. Inlo a a There be ta found by Hllaa Wright. Jr.. proml-pe- nt man In publlo attain, who, knowing I'eaboCy Haynoa. takea Ilarton homo af-t- ar buying him new clothea. r?."ArrnU CTtAPTKn and hla arid aunt vlalt Canton anj hear uncle Hllaa Wright read a sermon. Itt-nar- ton "Wlio's there" ho demanded. "My name Is Itnrton Ilnynes from St Lnwrence county. Knto I'ullerton Is my friend nnd I wish to see her." "Come up to the steps, sor. Don't git oft yer horse 'til I've chained tho dog. Kntc'll be out In a minute." He chained tho dog to the hitching post nnd as ho did so n loud, long, walling cry broke tho silence of tho house. It put me In mind of the complaint of tho damned which I remembered hearing tho minister describe years before nt tho ltttlo schoolhouse In LIckltyspllt How It hnrrowed me I The man went Into tho house. Soon he enrao out of tho door with n lighted candlo In his hand, a womnn following- How vividly I remember the little murmur of delight tlint came from her Hps when ho held tho candlo so thnt Its light fell upon my face I I Jumped off my norso anil gave tho reins to tho and put my nrms nround the poor woman, whom I loved for her sorrows nnd for my debt to her, nnd rnlncd upon her withered check. Oh God I whnt a moment It was for both FRANCE WILL Von 0E PROTECTED and AssociCoun-te- Drockdorff.Rantrau ates Are Expected to Make r Proposal Allied Council Working on Terms for Austria, Hungary and Bulgaria. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. "Tho tlmo has come when we must settle our account," said Ciemencenu, and thereupon he hnnded to tho representatives of Germany whnt he aptly cnlled a "book" somo 80,000 words of pence terms to which Gerinnnv Is re- quired to give adherence. When this Is done Indeed, whether or not It Is done Germany stands shorn of tunlly oil of her military nnd naval power and of more than n million square miles of territory, nnd economl-kisse- s cally and financially bound until she has paid for tho tremendous dnmngo she wrought In tho war. Whether by Intention or by accident tho dny was well chosen for the dellv cry to the Germans of the document so fateful to them nnd their country, It was Mny 7, the fourth anniversary of ono of their most shocking crimes, the sinking of tho Lusitnnln. The re- vlr-ma- n from-Berli- difficult for Ocrmnnv to yield to tho demand for the delivering up of the Germans held guilty of being the In stlgntors of the war. This clnuse, which calls for the trlnl of the former knlscr, wns Incorporated In the trenty nt the last moment Oth cr mntters which were put In Inst week Included the disposition of tho German colonies, as follows: Togolnnd nnd Kniiiernn France nnd Great Brltnln shall mnke a Joint recom mendntlcn to the lengue of nntlons us to their future. German East Afrlcn The mandate shnll be held by Orent Brltnln. Gennnn Southwest Afrlcn Tho mnn dnte film bo held by tho Union of South Afrlcn. The Germnn Snmonn Islnnds Tho tnnndate shnll be held by New Zenlnnd. The other Germnn Pacific possessions south of the equntor, excluding the Germnn Sainoan Islnnds nnd Nauru The mandate shall be held by Aus1 sldered neccssnry would present o Lntest rciorts of the operations of carefully formulntrd cotinterpropoil-tlo- n the bolshevlkl weie tlint they were bestntlng the maximum they wero ginning nn nttnek In grent strength willing to concede. Many of thee. he against Vllna, cnpltal of I.lthiinnln, said, were already drawn up. nnd the which hnd been enptured by the Poles. Germans would "show the ntmnM con The city wns under heavy artillery fire. sideration for the enemy's inmlpolnt.' The allies In northern Ilussla hnd sevIIo nsserted It would be nurttriilnrly eral successes against the reda nnd nlong tho Dvlna The American railway detachment recently sent there had Its first engagement with the bolshevlkl nnd helped In tho capture of a town, losing one ofllcer. believed the crisis river lind passed. Dispatches concerning Hungary hnve been cinlllctlng. From Vlennn came the word tlint the communist government of Beln Kun hnd surrendered unconditionally, but this wns not wholly confirmed. Anyhow, the communists were belnc linnl nressnl hv tlm Pnwh. Itoiimnnlnn nnd Serhlnn troops, which were surrounding Budapest. Copen-hnge- n advice were that they had re- nisea armistice terms ofTered by ths Itnumnnlnns nnd decided to flclit to a finish. Tho collapse of the soviet government of Bavaria apparently was com plete, nnd wns followed by the wholo-snl- e slaughter of Spnrtacnns nnd sus pects, the excesses of tho victors In Munich being about ns hnd ns hnd been those of the reds while they were in control. The Germnn government troops were nlded by some 8,000 In regaining the city. Aus-tria- tralia. Nauru (Pleasant Island) The mnn- date shall be given to the British em pire. laa Wright evlnrea In Ilarton, and vends a box bookannd magaxlnea to the llaynea ..T,2,fItr,,on of B"" Wright to Ue Slates eenata la announced. P CHAI7Kn Interest TV-fll- narton la twelve aware of the wonderful and myaterloua Power known na "Money." and learna J.0."!" .,7?u,J,nl" roaaeaslon of that thing Orlmthnw la the moat power. ul and greatly dreaded man In the most of the Millers being In hla SfbtfLer.a vl,lt a ,J '" InKayne home Mr. Wright leaves note a sealed velope, which Ilarton la to read on en. tho first night when he leavea borne to attend school. tCUArTEIl becomes ton y, I Took It In My Arms. CIIAPTEn la asked to drive a load to mill, arrlvea aafely, but In a snowstorm, unable to see the road, the horses get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon Is broken. Uncle I'eahody manage to get together enough to aatlafy Orlmahaw and obtain found an extension. ow CIIAPTEH In hla sixteenth llsrfon anwrnmnU, tiim.l. t. the hired man, toihe postofnee at Can- on. On the way Ihey meet a rider, and !"?. ,nrtby Journey together. They aro held up a man with a gun, who makes the hlghwaymnn'a demand of "Your 'while the atranger draws pistol, away,I'urvis runs .Br our a but bene can use ll ine robber snoota and f:llla him. HArton's hnra ih.w. him and runs awar. Aa the mnnW.r honrfa over tha stranger Ilarton throwa a stone wnicn ne observes wounds tho thief, who on ni once, out noi Ilarton his run E a noted that manner. sloekuntil nf Hi tna i.rnii.n peculiar Karrh Etlghborhood for tha robber la unavailing la burled. on CIIAPTEn leavea homo to Hacket'a school. Amoa Sttend Michaelarrested charged with Is the murder of the atranger. VTI-N- to" fen mo tlint sho hadn't forgot, but sho never aid a word not a word. Tho ol' squlro had tho pnlsy, eo 't ho couldn't uso his hands on' bis throat was para lyzeu couiunt epoak nor nothln', Where do yo suppose ho was when I my Land Ilko sho wanted Tff&r Vlll-nart- "In bed?" I naked. "Xo, sir no, elrco I IIo was In holl that s whoro ho was reclar ol' fash' loncd, down-cahell, burnln' with flro an' brlmstun, that he'd had tho agency ' for nn' had recommended to every sin- ncr In the neighborhood. IIo wns set tin' In his room. God o' Isr'cl ! You orto 'a' seen tho motions lie mado with his hnnds nn' tho way ho tried to ppeak when I went In there, but nil I could henr was Jest n long yell an' n kind of n rnttle In his throat. Heavens an' alrtli I how desperlt ho tried to spit out tho thing that wns gnnwln' liK vitals. Ag'In nn' ng'ln he'd try to st I 1 hlmr Tho way sho held "mo to her breast and patted ray shoulder and said "my boy 1" In n low, fnlnt, trcblo volco so llko thnt of a child It Is ono of tho best memories that I tako with mo Into tho new life now so nenr, from which thero Is no returning. Sho led me Into the houso. Shejccptlon of the delegates looked very neat now In a black was deliberately cool and the proceed-gow- n over which wns a spotles white 'nB9 In tho Versailles pnlace were npron ond collar of lace nnd much marked by a stern formality. There nioro slender thnn when I liad seen wos n smnllest pretense of cordiality her last Sho took mo Into a largo n the part of the representntlves of room In tho front of tho houso with a H'0 allied and associated powers, for carpet and furniture, handsome onco Ihey felt none. "You have nsked for Wo are ready to givo you but now worn and decrepit Old, time- - pence. stnlned engravings of scenes from tho penco" were Clemencenu's wonts, but IHble, framed la wood, hung on tho the pence offered will be as gall nnd wnlls. wormwood In the mouths of the Ger- I told all that I had heard fron mans. Count von BrockdorfMlnntznu, homo nnd of my Ilfo In Coblcsklll but presently, n faraway look In Plying for the enemy delegation, miner eyes nnd Judged that sho was not mltted tho utter defeat of Germnny. hearing me. Sho whispered: .but denied her sole culpability for the ,war. Ho Intimated plnlnly thnt Ger- "Sally?" "Sho has been nt school In Albany mnny would put In a counter clnlm for for n year," I 6ald. "Sho Is at homo damages because of the loss of life now nnd I nm golDg to see her." due to the blocknde, nnd thnt In gen- "Ton lovo Sully?" sho whispered. eral she would take her stand on than I loro my life." Idcnt Wilson's fourteen points In op- Agnln she whispered: "Get mop-- ! posing what she mlcht consider onnres- ncu I" slve In the trenty Indeed, It Is clear "Wo hopo to In 1SU. I have agreed that the Gennnns Intend to nnv much to meet her by the big pine tree on tho more nttentlon to thoso points than do thcm 'nt ',,ls wl" "'H?. river bank nt eleven o'clock tho third lurecasi. nf .Tn. iojj i" "Ul the trCa,yio thcy sald ueiore get- ii' ,lnR UnoHlclallj ward to'thnt ,!nv bUt.tlmt G.?r' A tall, slim woman entered tho room , ihf-mill cnl.l l.n mniw irn ronilv. j I'res-"Bett- f s' The Germnn Pacific Islnnds north of the equator Tho mnndate shnll bo held by Jnpnn. Marshal Foch persisted to the Inst In his demand thnt Franco should be guaranteed In some wny against future armed attack by Germany. It wns reported that President Wilson nnd Premier Lloyd George gnve him mensurable satlsfnctlon by promising to nsk congress nnd parliament, respectively, to nuthorlze an open agreement that the United Stntes nnd Grent Brltnln would go Instnntly to the aid of France If she were nttneked. However, If the terras of the trenty ns written nre carried out, Germany will have very little left with which to carry on mllltnry enterprises. She couldn't get far with an army of 100,000 men, a puny nnvy, no submarines nnd no armed planes, nnd with tho fortlflcntlons of Helgoland nnd the Ithlne vnlley demolished. i ' T Belgium having been given satisfaction ns to the parts of the treaty which didn't suit her nt first, tho only one at the allied and nssoclntcd nations thnt still held out ngnlnst the pact was Chinn. The cabinet at Peking, It wns snld, hnd Instructed the Chinese delegates not to sign any treaty that trans- fcrred to Japan the former Gennnn rights In Shantung. Japan's victory In the nllled council hns greatly stirred China and there Is danger of n President Wilson last week Issued his call for an extra session of con gress, summoning the to meet on May 19 nn enrller dnte than had been expected. He cannot be In Washington for the opening of the ses sion, owing to. the work still to be don In Paris. The Hepubllcans, who will control both houses, nre busy prepar ing their program. The house must hurry through a lot of appropriation hills and In the sennte will be stnged the grent debnte over the pence trenty, and especially the covenant of tho league of nations. It Is predicted that the sennte will give tho entire treaty Its approval, though many of the members will argue long nnd earnestly against the lenguo covenant as It stands. The supporters of the league undoubtedly will havo the Immense as sistance of addresses by the president who will return In time to take the field In championship of the great International union with whose formation he hns hnd so much to do. Secrctnry linker says the millionth American soldier leaves France for home thfs week, hnd It Is certain that all of them will be returned before long, bnrrlng unforeseen complications. However, It Is apparent that we will continue to be represented In the allied expedition In Siberia, for the war department Is recruiting 8,000 volunteers for that service to relieve those now there, nnd the first 1,000 already have started. Tho American Legion, In process of organization by veterans of the great war, opened n caucus In St Louis with a thousand delegntes present and Lieut Col. Theodore Itoosevelt In the chair. UHUI.-UI- I L'??1 outbreaks there. Press commeut on the treaty, which i ""-lu.iuj- worked thcro I guess. "Wnl, air, fust wo know Koto wns thero In tho houso Ihin' with her r, AVo wouldn't 'n' knowed It, then, If It hndn't becu that Tom Llnney como over ono day un' said he guessed tho ol' equlro wanted to soo mo no, sir, wo wouldn't fer tho squlro ain't eoclublo un' tho neighbors never darken his door. Sho must 'u' como In tho night, Jest ns Mio went nobody sco her go nn' nobody sco hor come, nn' that's a fact. Wnl, ono day las' full after tho leaves wus oft an' thoy could hoo n corner o' niv houso tho bushes, Tom was walkln' the ol' man) 'round tbo room. All to onco ho' stopped an' p'lnted at my houso, through tho winder an' kep' p'lntln'. toui .como over utr 6iuu no ca'iiatcu tho squlro wuutcd to see me. So I went there. Kato mot mo at tho doo. Gosh I How old an' kind o' broko down sho looked! But I know her the inln-ut- o I set my eyes on her uh huh an' sho know mo yls, sir sho smiled an' tears como to her eyes an,' she patted tln-ouc-h tell me. Lord God how ho did work I" "All to onco It como ncrost mo what CIIAPTEn eeeki to bribe Ilarton to be silent about hla ho wanted quick as yo could say sent wounding the murderer of the man killed IIo wanted to havo Koto's hendstun on tho road. Tho offer la (pureed. took down nn' put away that's what CIIAPTEn X Emlssarlea of Den drlm- - ho wanted. Tho stun was kind o lny-Iworse, Jhaw eeek to kidnap Ilarton. on his stummlck an' patnln' of him warned by ''Silent Kate," and escapes. day an' night. IIo couldn't Stan It cle CIIAPTEn Peabody, Aunt He knew thnt he was goln to dlo purty Dee! and the neighbors celebrated Christ- Ipoon nn' that Kate would como hero mas. "Old Kate'1 la one of the party. .an seo It nn' that everybody would (see her standln' hero by her own grave, CIIAPTEn and Bally formally pledge their troth. nn' It worried him. It wns kind o' Uko CIIAPTEn XHI-O- ld Kate's silent but ' n flro In his belly. Unrelenting pursuit of Old lien Urlmshaw has Its effect, and goaded beyond endur- I "I guesi, too, ho couldn't bear tho ldeo of layln' down fer his las' sleep ance, a rlmshaw dlea aa the "Silent Woman" points at him. beside that hell holo he'd dug fer Kato I no, sir! on geta a latter CHAPTEn "Wnl, yo know, mister, I Jos' shook from "Itovlng Kale" which heartens him Immensely, although at the time he my head an never let on thnt I knew doesn't understand It. uhnt he meant nn let htm wlgglo on' CIIAPTEn XV Barton movee from boyhood Into manhood, and chooses hla twist llko n worm on n hot griddle, an' heller llko n cut bull 'til he fell back In own road. a swoon. "Early Hint fall Koto got better an "Damn him I It don't glvo him no left the iworhouso afoot. Went away rest. IIo tries to tell overybody he knew Homewheres nobody where. sees that's what they say. Ho helSome suld she'd crossed tbo Iako nn' lers day an' night on' If you go down gono away over Into York state, somo thcro he'll heller to you an' you'll know ald she'd drowned herself. Ily'm by what It's about, but tho others don't. wo heard that sho'd gono way over "You nn' me nro tho only ones tlint Into St. Lawrence county where Silas knows tho secret, I guess. Somo day, nn' where young Grim-ahaWright lives 'fore he dies, I'm goln' to toko up that had settled down after ho got hemlstun an' hide It, but ho'U never tun riled. know It's done no, sir not 'til ho "Wnl, 'bout flvo year ago tho squlro gits to tho Judgment seat, nnyway." burled his second wife there 'tis over The old ninu rose and straightened In thero back o' Kuto's with tho ltttlo speckled ungcl on It. Nobody had seen himself nnd blow out his breath nnd brushed luiuds upon his trousers the squlro outsldo o his houso for by way his stepping down Into this of yenrs until Uio funeral ho wns cripworld ugnlii out of tho close nnd dusty pled so with rheumatlz. After that ho loft of his memory. Dut I called him lived nil 'Jono In tho big houso with ol' buck. Tom Llnney nn' his wife, who'vo "Whnt has becomo of Enoch?" I forty year, for 'bout or-d- o Xl-UnXII-Tlnr- ton XIV-naHw ,nM. i i "l"?a . rZ n' asked. ) "Wnl, lr, Enoch started off West 'bout three year ngo an' wo nln't heard a word from him slnco that day nnry n word, mister. I suppose wo will somo t'nio. Ho grew Into a good man, but thero wns n kind of a queer streak In tho blood, ns yo might sny, on both sides kind o We've wrote letters out to Wisconsin, whoro ho was p'lntln' for, nn to places on tho way, but wo can't git no news 'bout him. Mcbbo ho was killed by tho Injuns." Wo walked out of the grnvcynrd together lu silence. I could sco n glimmer of n llcht In the tlilcK'ut of pines down tho vnlley. I unhitched nnd mounted my horse. "Tuke the first turn to the right," said the old man as ho picked up his scytho. Tin very much obliged to you," I enld. "No yo nln't, nuther," ho answered. "LenstwuyH there uln't wo reason why ye should bo." My horse, Impatient as. ever to find Tho first sessions developed a decided No sooner had the Germnn trenty dissension between the National Guard been hnnded to the Hun delegntes than and the regular army. The feelings of the council of four began consideration the former were voiced by Col. Bennet of the program for the presentation of Clark, son of Champ Clark, In tho Napence terms to the representatives of tional Guard convention, when he de Austria, Hungary nnd Bulgaria. Theso clared that the regular army "must be M. Clemdnceau Informed the Gertreutles, which already were partly smashed." However, he Is fighting nlsery. So thnt house tho scene of his mans thnt they would be allowed fif- drawn up, more Immediately concern against the effort to hnvo regulnr nnny treat sin which would presently He teen days In which to mnke Inquiries Italy, nnd the return of the Itnlinn del- men excluded from the Lrglon. Soma lown with him In the dust wns flood or "observations," In writing, to which egates, who were In time for the cere- of the Southern delegates were workmony on Wednesday, made It possible ing hard against the admission of ed, n hundred times n dny, by tho un- the nllled council will mnke reply, afhappy spirit of Its mnster. In tho ter which the council will .determine to go nhend speedily. Premier Orlnn-dnegroes to membership. nnd his nssocintes went bnck to dead of tho night I heard Its despair the time within which the Germans echoing through tho silent chambers. must give n final answer. As soon as I'arls at the request of the other memMessrs. Walsh, Dunne nnd Itynn, Kate said little as we nte, or as wo the ceremony In the Versailles palace bers of the conference and after a plan whom the Americans of Irish blood wns formulntbd for the disposition of sent across to work for n "free Ireout together In the shabby, great room was over Count von Brockdorff-Unnt-zadispatched a copy of the treaty by Flume. It was proposed that the city land," have succeeded In arousing the after supper, but sho seemed to enjoy my tnlk nnd I went Into thn details of er,aI courier to Berlin for the consld- - should be under International control hot resentment of the British against erntlon of the German cabinet nnd as- - until 1023 and should then be given to what many of them say Is the unwarmy nersonnl history Italy. In the meantime ranted Interference of the United look on her fnce, even while I senibly. The Tno Gcrmnns maintained nn nr- - shall construct for Itself n port a little States In n mutter thnt does not conwns speaking, Indicated that her thouchts wnmiorwi restiossir. in thn rogntit nlr during the proceedings to tho south of Flume, with railroad cern It The delegation, visiting in with A gram and other was feted und escorted by Sinn gloomy desert of her past I thought Wcdnesdny, and It wns noted thnt connection of thnt env. iiiniiibn vmith nt ho nf though M. Clemenceau stood whllo ad- - cities. It was understood that Italy was Fein leaders and at the same time, acthem, Von Brockdorft-Uantznprepnred to sacrifice some of her cording to hostile Journals, was openly which tho old man with the scytho dfess'"!? hnd told me, nnd wondered. As I was remained seated when he replied. This, claims on the Dalmatian const. It was boasting thnt it hns received strong enthinking of this thero camo a cry from nn" ,no lonfi OI so,np or n,s utterances neneveu in rans tnnt president Wilson couragement from' President Wilson tho nged squlro so loud nnd doleful I ,nn(1 1,10 filled representntlves rather would consent to some such compro-thn- t nnd that Lloyd George would receive misc. for the strength of the .Ingo- - It on Its retsrn to Paris. It stnrtlcd mo nnd I turned nnd '"'l'g""nt looked townrd tho open door. went out of doors. PATRIA ARRIVES WITH YANKS Kato rose and camo to my sldo and Koto met mo at tho door when I i iii if 1 leaned toward my ear whispering: 'IjifTr. ' went DacK into ine nouse ana uissea Army Transport' Lands 1,900 U. 8. f la m. ..II. nm IT.-- In n1..Aa tl.lnlr- my chock and again I heard thoso IWrifJr Troops at New York All Are ing oi wuen i was a girt, uo wants ' hnHnnVin wnrrla! "Mr' hnv " I ntn From the East me." my breakfast with her and when I was TSaaaaa f ' 1 II I Sho bado mo good night and left about to got Into ray saddle at tho New oVrk, Mny 12. Tho army transthe room. Doubtless It was tho. out-- 1 door I gave her a hug and, as sho port Pntrla arrived hero from Marraged, departed spirit of that golden tenderly patted my cheek, a srallo seilles with 7.1 ofllcers and 1,844 men, tlmo which was haunting tho old lighted her countenance so that It nearly hnlf of whom wero members of squire. A Bible lay on tho tablo near eoemed to shlno upon mo. I havo the Thrco Hundred und Eighth mo uud I sat reading It for on hour or nevor forgotten Its serenity and sweet-seaSeventy-eight- h gun bnttnllon, so. A tall clock In a corner solemnly division (western New York, Delatolled the hour of nine. In camo tho (Continued noxt week.) ware and New Jersey). Tho others tall woman and nsked mo la thej wero members of tho Threo Hundred broguo of the Irish: bnkery company nnd nnd Twenty-fift"Would you llko to go to bed?" Mouce at the Wedding. nil destined for Cnmps Mende, "Vcs, I nm tired." A friend of mine, hysterically afraid casuals, Dodge, Custer, Pike, Orunt, Sho took a candlo nnd led mo up a of mice, hnd often declared that wlwr-eve- r Taylor, Sherman, Dlx, Lewis and Upton. brnnd oaken stairway and Into a room she went one wns Mire to follow. Sii did not figure on one nttendlng of tho most generous proportions. A her uvdding. however. Sho was mar- LABOR SHUNS DEBS STRIKE tig four-pos- t bedstead, draped In ried nt home nnd during the ceremony white, stood against n wall. The bed, a mouse scampered nen-s- i sheeted In old linen, had quilted covthe carpet Vice President Duncan of A. F. of U nt the feet of the bride. As she was ert. The room wus noticeably clean; Will Be Says Demonstrations li bout to sny "Ve." Mio screamed Its furniture of old mnhogany and Us "O." Outlaw Affairs. mi'! jerking her Imnd from the bridecarpet comparatively unworn. groom's. nIiu cMught up her fcklrts mid Washington, May 12. Orgnnlzod laWhen I undressed I dreaded to put veil ami mnuntpd the nearest chulr. bor will have nothing to do with tho out tho candle. For tho first tlmo In Nothing could Induce her to come strikes threatened for July 4 In proyears I had a kind of chlld-fen- r of tho down. There the remained until the test against the Imprisonment of Eunight Hut I went to bed at last nnd ceremony was finished nnd tho bridegene V. Debs, Soclnllst leader. Vlco f lept rather fitfully, waking often when groom lifted her from her perch. I President Juiuea Duncan of the Amertho cries of tho old squlro came flood witnessed the wedding, but, llko tho ican Federation of Lnbor mndo It clenr ing through tho walls. How I longed for the light of tho morning I It curao She Took a Candle and Led Me Up rest of the guests, I heard little of tho that nny such demonstration will be mnrrlnge servlco on account of tho outlaw affairs without tho backing of a Broad Oaken Stairway. at last ond I rose and dressed ond tho creat lalior. organization. u Jugo-Slnvla Ire-Inn- d, u tnblo which wns neatly covered with Snowy linen. Tho tall woman served a supper on deep bluo chinn, cooked s only they could cook In old New England. Mennwhllo I could hear tho voice of tho aged squire n weird, empty, Inhuman volco It was, utterly tit oft from his Intelligence. It camo out of tho troubled depths of his .'ii r ,mu ' V ,rf.i " "T" ,rroln frrnnce In lSil The treaty does Inof cnll for the payment of an In- lueranlty.nssuch. but the German, m., ration. In nny event, their refusal to sign, or their failure to carry out the terms of the pact, hns been or will be provided for Inithe plnns of the eco nomic commission of the nllles. I'os-- I slbly the military will havo something to say nnd do, also. public opinion, Is vnrled. The Germnn papers, of course, denounce many of the terms as brutal and Impossible of ncceptnnce. Those of France praise the pact rather faintly. In England some Journals commend the trenty highly nnd others condemn It The American press generally looks on the pence terms as sntlsfnctory. 's mh'ritu. 11 t a W ma-chl- s. h Every Mountain Family Must Have A Mountain Newspaper Pago Four THE CITIZEN SINKING Or THE TIC0NDER0GA Mity 15, 1010. Berea College Hospital Bct Equipment rul Service nt Lowest Cost. Wards for Men anil for Women Trivate Room, Hatln, Electric Service. , Big Sale! STARTING John Michael, 4th Field Artillery Michael was horn of Greek cuts in the Pontus. He lied Iho Turkish oppression which killed hl sister, to America enlisted in our army. Mr. Chairman. Ladies par from had and Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL Come in anil PRACTICE vilt an eMnblUlimcnt, which l a (rlend In need, and In reach of all the people. Saturday, May 17 On AH Hats In Stock Roiibkt II. Ci.wl.RY, M I., Physician IIaulam Dudley, M 1)., I'liyMclan Mns Anna Towkm. Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Mk. Hrlk.v Stkarn Siiarpk, R.N., Assistant CHANGE IN RATES llrglnnlng March t, the rate for hoard nnd room of private patients will he flj to $18 per week. The rate for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same St per day. Uj Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College Will continue until entire stock of our and brand new line is sold out. Be sure to get one of these BARGAINS LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Mrs. Eva Walden JOINT CLUB PROGRAM Miss Nora Hill of Wheeling, Under the joint auspices of tho W. Va., is visiting at the home of Women's Clubs of Berea, a very her uncle, Burritt Gabbard, on Cenisanl social nnd literary afterScientific horso shoeing, line iron ter street. noon was enjoyed by tho women work and repairs of all descriptions Mrs. John Mullins is away for at the College Blacksmith Shop, several days on account of the ill- ,iud their friends nt tho Baptist church, Thursday afternoon, May 8. Main Street, north of The Citizen The church was prettily decorat.ad. ness of her father. Ofllce. Miss Etta English attended tho ed with bunting nnd potted plant. Red Cross Convention at Winchester Mrs. John Smith gave a violin solo L. & N. TIME TABLE last week. She reports a pleasant and Miss Clairo Leedy gavo a vocal Northbound While selection, both of which were much meeting. and profitable 3:38 a. m. Train No. 34 there she was pleasantly entertain- appreciated. This was followed by 12:55 p. m. Train No. 38 ed at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. H.C. the reading of a modern play 1:58 p. m. Train No. 32 Woolf. Mary, Come First by Prof. James Southbound Miss Edna Early was shopping in W .llaine. The audience entered into 12:16 a. in. Train No. 31 Cincinnati the latter part of last the humor and satire brought out 12:43 p. m. Train No. 33 week. by tho complicated situations of 1:10 p. m Train No. 37 Gordon Hammond is back in Be- two women aspiring to soeial promi rea making himself useful at liis nence. The different characters were well portrayed by Professor Miss Nora Hill of Bethany, W. Va., old trade, "laying brick." College student Virginia Davis, a Raiue. A social hour with dainty arrived Saturday for nn extended of last year, and Sheldon Flick, who refreshments followed. visit with relatives. 1018, were Miss Klla Hoe Parker of I hp Col-le- was a student here in spent the vi.-l- i em! given a reception at the Tabernacle department while visiting here this week. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES at her home in Williamsburg. Dr. Best, an A-- Z veteran, gave the family of StanPaul Derthiek and ton moved to Dcrea last week to debating team o! Alpha Zeta a din E. F. Dizney, Principal make thoir home for the present, ner nt Boone Tavern Monday night J. F Nickel underwent an opera and are located on Boone street. Miss Laura Spenco was in Berea tion in which an arm was taken off Saturday, May 3, W. 0. Hayes and last week for a short visit with Mr. a the Robinson Hospital this week E. C. Wynn were elected without Fred Evans has returned. and Mrs. P.. F. Spence. opposition to succeed ,thcnfselves Edwin Parker, a former student, as members of the Public School Misses Mahcl LcwisJ Una Gabbard, and Claira Leedy .spent the week who was reported killed in France. Hi ai d. has returned. end with friend at Redhousc. Tho oighteen members of tho Dan C. Shorte visited his sisto Miss Delia Holliday of Hazard Eighth Grade were given a party, spent fro.li Saturday until Tuesday here last week. Dan was with the May 0, in the parlor of Boone Tavin Betea withIier mother and sis- 118th Infantry, 37th (Buckeye) Di ern, by Miss Bowles, their teacher. vision, which saw much active scr ter. After refreshments the class or."judge Engle of McKeo yvas in vice on the western front. He is a ganized, with Ethel Wyatt as presitown last week visiting his veteran of Argonne. The Platoon dent. da; Chter, Miss Virginia, of the Col- which he commanded there were Dr. Rexford Raymond of Berea all killed, wounded, or captured exlege department. cept himself and one private. He College will deliver the address to Mrs. Fannie C. Duncan of Louistho graduating class, May 23, at 7:30 ville is spending some time in Be- was later wounded in Flanders. Word was received this week p. m. Subject: "Tom, Dick and rea at the Tavern. Harry." Tom Adams of Hazard was called that tho stork had visited the wife Wo are encouraged with tho (o Berea this week on account of of R. E. Miller, Jacksonville, Fla., prospects of a piano for the audithe illness and death of his aunt. and left a young son Robert Eli on May 4. Mr- Miller was with the torium. Thanks to our genorous Mrs. A. J. Cornclison. V but at friends. A Berea party, consisting of Dr. American forces in Look out for announcement of Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Douglas Rob- present is a student in Bcaune Uni and erts, Misses Haley and Atzenhofer versify, "over there." Berea friends another community social. of the College, were enlerlained at send their "salute" to the young We appreciate the generous offer a dinner party by Mr. and Mrs. Colonel, and hearty congratulations of the three churches in the west Isaac Naylor of Lancaster on Mon- to the parents. end of town for the use of their The announcement came to Bcrei buildings for practice purpose and day in the generous Kentucky that a daughter has just arrived in graduation exercises. fashion. Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. tho home of the Rev. and Mrs. HowSixteen of our Eight Grade class Samuel Rice will bo sorry to learn ard Whitaker. Tho Rev. Mr. Whit- - took the examination last Friday that their daughler, twelve days akcr was for years a student in Be and Saturday at Richmond for the old, died May 3, at Russell, Ky. Both rea and for two years a teacher in Common School diploma. parents for years were Berea stu- Foundation School. Ho now is The last meeting of tho Parent dents and for three the Rev. Mr. pastor of the Methodist church at Teachers' Association lakes placo Rico taught in Foundation Sehonl. Walton, Ky. Mrs. Whitaker is re Friday at 2:30 p. ni. He now is pastor of the Methodist membcred as Miss Eva Root whp A good program is prepared. Par at Russell. Mrs. Rice is re- came to Berea as a student from ents and friends are cordially invitchurch Detroit, Mich. Many Berea friend membered as Miss Oraro Wilson. ed to attend. Mrs. America Fowler and her aro congratulating tho happy par The parents are earnestly reents. daughter, Ella, visited Mr. and Mrs. quested to encourage tho children Stanley Fowler at Clay Lick SatIn their school garden work. Reurday and Sunday. BEREA RAISES QUOTA FOR member, High School credits maj Misses Claira Leady, Mablo Lewis, VICTORY LOAN bo given for Mr. Spenco's agricul and Una Gabbard spent Sunday at Berea raised her quota of $7 i.95C Red House. Miss Leady and Miss in tho Victory Liberty Loan. Tho tural york. Tho new swings are proving to Gabbard were invited to como and individual subscriptions did jw sing at an all day meeting planned total up to tho amount required and bo very popular with both boys and and given in honor of "Mother." On tho banks took tho balance. The girls. At the regular meeting of the Boarrt Monday evening they were invited Berea National Bank was tho first to sing at an entertainment at in Madison county to mako it of Education last Saturday night, W. O. Hayes was elected president Union. quota. and Win. E. Farmer, secretary. Tim last days of school are showing a splendid attendance. Tho New 1919 Fashions in Young Men's Clothes limo is in sight when our present building must bo enlarged. Wo aro pleased to have Miss Dean hack at her post after a brief ill ness. For Young Men Best Blacksmithing I go and Gentlemen: I consider my self happy, becoue I rnn tell you with pride as n Greek and as an, American soldier thnt "If Hie saviour of the old'civilinllon were my old ancient Greeks, the saviour of civilization of today nro your American children, your brothers. I saw tho your fellow students. heroism of the 240 American soldiers, who accepted a tragical death. I am one of the lwenty-tmen saved in the only life boat loft of the fourteen. I was in the am. son, boat with our President's Lieut. Cleveland Frost. On Sunday nfternoon, September 15, 1018, we entrained at Camp Jackson, S. C for Newport News. There were 2.000 soldiers on the train and Lieutenant Frost was train commander. On Sunday morning. September 02. nt. 00 o'clock, our fleet llnalh-sailed- . There 'were sixteen boat carrying troops, with only the on ciniser to protect us. Soon there were storms. The hoys were afraid to climb up to the mnst. Lieuten ant Frost would go up to encourage them. Sunday nighrFat 12:00 o'clock, wo fell behind our convoy; there was trouble with the engine. Nobody slept that night. At 5:45. I heard the danger whistle. I fell myself rlend, hut my hopes from God did not foil. I made the sign of tho f.ros like we Greeks make when we pray in our Christian Orthodox church. I said lo myself "My God avo- - me." Just as I arrived al the gun I saw two gunners dead. My orders were to pass balls to the gunners. Then I was wounded i'l my head and both my feet. A few minutes after I heard a voice. "Hoys, 'iihmarine again, go to the lifo bal." I took two or throe (ops and then I saw Lieutenant Frost lying dead on the Captain's nri lg, his arms over his forehead and a smilo on hi face. I jumped fonv feet from the bridge down to Ihe deck, because I saw the submarine shoot at the bridge. I tried two or At lliis moment w. 11 The Merits of a Bank When you choose your bank you expect: Safety for your deposits. Certainty of accommodation. Courteous nnd efficient handling of your banking transactions. membership in the Federal Reserve System, with the it gives of converting our commercial paper into cash, insures safety for your deposits, and certainty of all merited accommodation. The personnel of our directors, officers and staff is your guaranty of courteous nnd efficient attention to your needs. OUR Berea National Bank HHHIBwfcDCRAL nESEiwEaMBBaWBB tfaSYSTEMdfli Easter Sales a Success We are glad to witness your appreciation exceptional values in of our Ready-to-We- ar Garments for Ladies and Child ren. We are receiving new merchandise every day which we will put on sale at a very reasonable price. We hope that you will give us the continuation of your valuable patronage. (Continued on Pige EloM) CENTENARY CANVASS - Tho Berea Methodist church hat been making a vigorous campaign this week to raise their apportionment of 85,500. This seemed like a large amount to be rnised by 'a small congregation, but with characteristic loyalty and courage tho church has attempted the (ask, an I up lo the present has raised over 84,000. Dr. C. J. Yeisley from Toledo, Ohio, who has been assisting tho local committee gave an address on tho Centenary Movement in the Methodist church on Tuesday evening. Duo to unfavorable weather only a small number were present, but those who were present enjoyed the splendid message which ho delivered. Doctor Yeisley stated that the goal to he reached is ono hundred and twenty million dollars for missions, and that tho head office in New York reports that pledges are being received there at tho rato of $1,000,000 a day. The local commitleo reports a splendid antl generous response on the part of all whom they have solicited, anil it is thoir hopo to raiso the full apportionment of the B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond MILLINERY NEWS Kentucky WANTED Wo sell hats and sell them right, Mrs. Laura Jones. See tho new dresses at B. E. Heine's, Richmond. Fish's Millinery Sale Is now on. rd ad. Only a few suits left, see them al a big reduction at Eva Wnlden's. ad Mrs Laura Jones' Big Hat Sale is now on. Fashion's most favored new transparent models at Fish's. ad. Ileducliou on all coats, suits, and dollmans nt II. E. Heine's, Ilicbmnnd. Bargains, Bargains, in hats from 75 cents up, on sale at Eva Walden's. Jul Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and 1'ainters, for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops aro sanitary, light, and sleam-hcatcTHE MATTHEWS COMPANY ad-- Si port Cllnlon, Ohio. d. Jno. F. Dean J. W. lerndoi DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Laura Jones' Millinory Salo begins Friday, May 1). Big lino of now hats just in; special prices on overy hat. ad. Now is tho time lo buy your hat while, tho salo is on at Eva Wal- church. Ice! Ice! ice will be sold at retail for 50c per 100 lbs. by prepaid coupon or cash only. Unused cou. pon redeemed, Twenty pounds or more vyi be delivered over town to the door step. Thirty pounds or more will be put into ice boxes made ready in a convenient place. Twenty pounds of more will be sold at the ice plant from 7 a. m. to 5 p. in. daily and from 7 a. m. to o p, m. Saturday. No Sunday sale nor delivery. 1 Frat Clothes Ready for men who like flavor in their clothes. Not fancifully conceived but very decided in their lively design. Every detail in their construction from fabrics to buttons shows the finest care. As a money's worth they represent the utmost in value giving at side of Jackson street, near business sec tion. High, dry nnd a snleniffd view of the mountains. Cilv water nnd electric lights. Ono of tho most desirable building lots in Ilnrea. adp.-iO. LOT FOR SALE Nice, largo lot on north JOHN F. DEAN. $25, $30, $35 J. M. Coyle & Co. Chettnut Street Berea, Keatucky Everett D. Stafford has roslirnod his position as nsslstant cashier of Berea Bank & Trust Company and win travel as commercial reporter foi tho Bradstreet Comnanv. Ho leaves Monday to tako up his now worK. Telephone 187 Berea College Ice Plait den's. ad. Ilcmomher Laura Jones' salo in ' her storo Just opened up for tho big sale, May 0. ad. DEAN & HERNDON, Now Skirls and Blouses arrived Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. nt B. E. Beluo's, Richmond. You can llnd anything you want in ready-to-we- ar al Eva Walden's. F. L. MOORE'S ad. Laura Jonos is back in her storo on tho corner of Chestnut and Parkway. Tho storo is filled with FOR a new mid completo stock of lints First Class Repairing for big sale. The price is right, ad. Tho women all llko to go to Eva AND Walden's for they can (hid anything Fine Line of Jewelry fhey want to suit any person and nil purses in hats, skirts, waists, MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. dresses, coat suits, corsets, hose, etc. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones was In tho city Monday and Tuesday buying now OF al hats for her salo urfcn PeuMry Rm4y Friday, the Oth'of May. ad. A few dram In th. VUMw Just received from New York, tho drinking water coree g A DCQ ana pmnu whit XaYe"aaV eUfcf Fashion Center, all tho newest ideas diarrhoea, cholera and other thick dlxawt. On 00c bottle matt II in Williams hair Ilrades, und geor-get- o allium at mad Ulna. 1'lnt botUa, hales. They will ho on sale price 11.20, make SI gallon. At druantiu. or tent by mail nottDaid. beginning Saturday, May 17, ut a Bourbon Remedy Oo., Lanlng ten, Kf. big reduction, at Eva Walden's. ad. Sold by Porter-MoDrag Oa. Berea, Kentuoky We nro still. In tho Heal Eslalo business. It is getting late to soli farms lo bo delivered this season, hut wo have constant inquiry from parlies wanting to como to Berea this fall. Now Is tho time to lit your property if you want to sell it. Como and list It with us, if wo don't sell l il don't cost you anything. Seo Mr. Dean nt tho bank when you aro In town, or catch Herndon as ho moves around. Wo still havo snne cheap town property to offer. Respectfully, Jewelry Store OncProp Seinl-Aiinu- It or Mny 15, 1010, - i Pago Five II was n grand sentiment which round voice In this stanza: "I live for those who love me, For thoso who hold mo true: For the Heaven Ihat smiles above BOONE TAVERN "The most homelike and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway mo, And the good that I can do." Hut, wo am invlled lo n si ill hicli nr plane and asked to have reuarr: for tho Interests of the counties'? billions whom God shall h ereaflnr call Into being. In that far-aw- ay The Citizen A family ruiure with our powers of mind and neart more fully ileveloned slinl! Newipaptr for all that It rlghl trur, and interesting Thumb? at llrrra. Kr. CO. I'ulilUhwl ererjr BEREA PUBLISHING (Incofpotaitd) WM, G. FROST, Fdilor-JiChl- ,f Announcement. We will offer for 11.10 . Subscription Rale I'AVAIILK IN ADVANCE Year Ms Monlhi Thrra Month. On ' '. . or Kiithi Money morifr tif I'o.l-..m- c Order. Draft. rtetrUtertd Letter, or on. and two rent ttampi. Tha data after jtour nam on label ihowt to what data your ubxriptlon la ald. If It la not (hanged wllhia three wwki fir renewal notify 8nd SALE An extensive line of fresh, new Summer Millinery, including humanity I say infinitely developed? we may come lo know them all. Let u? live for them also. I find mvself led oulside Ihe usual field of a wclcomi address. Hut in a gatherinir so in spiring as this, no appeal less urgent could satisfy cither mv Judenienl or my conscience. Do not consider nils occasion a mere dress parade. .Make it a day of personal enllsl merit for the promotion of all thai is uplifting and ennoblinir. If in tills service already, (hen veteran Ize, tonight, in the cause of God and I member Hie achievements of our dead comrades and of ourselves. Wo rejoice that each May 30th thousands of good people gather at Ihe cities of llio dead, bringing roynl roses, gorgeous lilies, sweet faced pansies, modest daisies, the meek eyed violets, and decorate the graves of our dead comrades. We old soldiers are greatly for this, as wo arc Tor your ever lo be remembered welcome tonight And we rejoice, those or us who are here, Ihal the people or your clly still remember what was done by us during the war for the preservation of our country and in defense or the Stars nnd Stripes. These old soldiers, Mr. Mayor, (your guests) are not all native Kenluckians. Other slates arc represented; principally Ohio nnd Indiana, our neighbors. These old soldiers are proud or and rejoico Ihat Ohio gave us James A. Garfield, that Indiana gave us Benjamin Harrison, Ihat Kentucky, the grea-tr- sl or them all. gave us Abraham Lincoln. Cordial and interesting rcsnonses were made by Mrs. Louise Fillagcr. .urs. A. II. Cabell, ahd Mr. V. I. Carlwright in bchair or the W. n. C, Ihe Ladies or the G. A. R., and llio bons of Vclcrans, respect-hol- y. An eloquent address was given by Miss Annie J. Rhodes or Louisville. Singing by Prorcssor Richv and the Male Quartet was much enjoy ed. We regret that lack or time and spaco prevents our giving more tlian a brier mention or tho recitation by Julia Pearl Hanson, Herea; the Civil War soncs bv Comrade Gabber!, Herca: the addresses hv Senior Vice Commander Offult and tho Rev. H. C. A. HollinKSWorlh. stories or the Flag by Cantain John T Gunn, nnd greetings from the .National W. R. C. and tho National G. A. R. by Mrs. Mary II. Dodge and Mr. Washington Gardner, respect- ivcly. Tho officers elected tor the G. A. R. tor the coming year arc as folDepartment lows: Commander, Andrew OITult, Lebanon; Senior Vico Commander, M. IL Davidson. Louisville; Junior Vice Commander, Green H. Miller, Richmond; Chaplain, S. I. Young, Lexington, Medical Director, J. P. Huff, Vance-bur- g. I renrcsent tlmnk tho good people of Berea for this very hearly welcome. Anything f MEMORIAL TOR BEREA SOLDIERS more I could say alonir Ibis linn (Continued rrom Ptgt One) would not add materially to that ADDRESS Or WELCOME 'i eterans. It is painfully tru slalcmcnt. This welcome reminds forms. submarine, airplane, pis and Delivered by Comrade LoVant Dodge, tl.at you ranks are thin. Hut you me somewhat of some welcomes llmiid lire." w ho, in the face of discouragements Capt. James West Post, Berea "And they shared in a movement soldiers had during the Civil War. keep the. order alive, deserve tin inal was at a time when each of llinl changed llio man of the world Wednesday Night Tim campaigns of Napoleon and May II, lim. greater honor. Sometime, when the um was composed of 20 nork. .in'. five millinery houses It is my pleasant duty, in beha!! dislanen shall "lend enchantment to beans, W7c patriotism and 10'r sol Alexander will bo forgotten before of New York, Chicaof Captain James West Post Grand Ihe view," more sons of soldiers will mer, and when each one or us. wli the records of tills war can li wlpod out." go, Cincinnati and Aimy of the Republic, to add some- - realize the distinction of having was old enough, bad ono or morn wnat to the words of welcome sprung from the loins of valiant best girls, compounded of coual 'Hut all lliix would not make Ihem Louisville. heroes in tin hich sense in whirh already spoken. Thirteen years ago sires. parls beauty, brightness, grace, I notice Lconiilas. and Washington and llio that thus far. the wel gush and giggle. Those girls of tlie Kentucky I.ncampmenl was? held here. More than half of our comes given have been to visitois ifbi were not tho waitinir. watch nion of Lincoln's armies were ha- roes . Tin- - groat thine is Dial Ihcv Sale Begins May 8, Ends May 22 members since then have bid adieu from abroad. Hut we are glad to ing and tearful lint scrapers that to earthly scones. We who remain s"o that citizens of (his vicinity some people supposed them to ho. served willingly, gladly and for nn want to do everything possible to and the students of Herca Colleg,! They constituted the grand reserve unsolllsh ideal." make you all comfortable and hap ar here in force. As these two of the Union army. They kept Ihe Professor Ralph Rieby read an py. Soon the last 0f us will "Join classes together make un a maiorilv nres miming on the family altar appropriate poem addressed lo (ho Fallon Heron, which was maili that innumerable caravan which f the audience, it seems lilting that back home, and they sent up volmoves on to tho pale realms of n behalf of you, comrades am leys of prayers for the success of still morn Impressive hy a beautiful shade where each shall take his friends, I address some words to tho Union cause. And let me say solo liy MK F.liabeth O'lloark. Six accounts of overseas experi chamber in the silent halls or Ihem. Wo welcome you and we Mr. Mayor, without those women ences were given hy returned thank you for your presence. In we could not have won that war. death." veterans, each describing a differenl We welcome you, comrades from" bidding myself to tho prescribed arul without the women of fodav phaso of active service. Pvt. I. N. oilier places, who have had an ex- llmil of lime, I must suppress some wo would not have won the Euro Who llrst the glittering falchion perience nelnhardl of Georgia told of how similar lo our own. You thoughts which strugglo for utter pean War. I don't know. Mr. May swayed, or, how heller to respond to your the 18th Ohio Infantry fought and Who have endured the severe drill need- ance. llrst beneath its fury fell. suffered ed lo transform raw recruits into amid rethe tragic We beg of you not to think thai nearly welcome than to loll von I know not: but I hone lo know. Mrs. V. F. Hays, of Berea. was mains of heroic Helgium. Sergl. II. have passed this encampment is held simply to and tli is assembled audience someThat, for no mean of hiring trade, seasoned soldiers; V. 'Prosper lolil how the. Clh Kenchilly nights on the wet or frozen go through with certain forms. We thing about theso fellows you wel elected Department President of lo W oman s Relief Corns. tucky Infantry fought its way Hint I giveguard no feelinc base or low ground; have carried burdensome do make uso of some military come. my soldier boy the blado I Tho Union soldiers with the un i It was the unanimous decision tho Argonno Forest. loads through mud and storm; have terms. Hut this is done chiefly lo Pvt. horn of Greek parents suffered tho pangs of hunger; have make more vivid our recollection of failing army never marched right o' all convened that this year's EnCool, calm and clear, the lucid campment was one or tho most harunder the rule of Ihe Turkish stood on the lonely picket post in thoe soul-tryitimes of half a up to the front of every occupation Hood n Hie land. They performed their monious and enthusiastic ever held hut an American hy adoption, blackest darkness, when the crack- century ago. How we wish that delivered a remarkable oration at In whloh its tempering work was- - ing of a twig startled the. nerves' o cry old soldier would join us, and duty as citizens, paying their full in Kentucky. none; The Comrades and other visitors snaro of taxes and contributing to tlid close of a vivid description of witli tho suggestion of deadly peril, thus kindle anew tho fires of As calm, as clear, in wind and have charged every public end. Thousands of were loud in their praise or Berea the sinking of the American transa hostile battery when on the altar or his heart ! wood, Tor tho cordial welcome and genport, the Tironderoga. whizzing bullets and screaming Private He That high-grapatriotism which them moved out into, tho irreat erous hospitality extended to them thou, whero'er it sees the sun ! shells rent Wet, and the great orth. Tho .Michael is one of only a doen of the air. wo cultivate in ourselves and com country's claim, at honor's ring of their axes and music of whilo in our midst. maimed survivors of this awful Wo welcome you, members of the mend to others is not a clannish call, tragedy. His narrative is printed Woman's Relief Corps, our faithful partiality Tor our immediate asso their saws were heard in tbo mother in another column of this week's For outraged friend, insulted maid, auxiliary Your lldelily to in ciates. It is not a blind worship of forests. They built villages, towns, RESOLUTION PASSED AT MORNAt mercy s voice to hid it fall causes our ING SESSION THURSDAY Citizen. Corp. Hen McQuiro hearts Jo swell with that Hag, beautifully suggestive cities, railroads, edited newspaof I give my soldier boy the blade I Bo it Resolved, That the thanks Hockcaslle cnunly (old of the hisgratitude. Wo know that your ac- though it be. II is not a selfish per", and entered all professions. Wo have no apologies lo make and appreciation or the 37th Antoric, fight of the tUh Kentucky Intivities are prompted by love for pride in our country's power and ror our motive and the noble nart nual Encampment or the Grand fantry at Chateau Thierry when The eye which marked its peer- God and native land. Without the military achievements. It, the we played in the Civil less edge. tho Hun was slopped hv American War. With Army or the Republic or Kentucky aid of your local The hand that weighed its balanced corps, this post would have but a rather, takes'into account each in- those old Confederate soldiers who embraco this opportunity to exhoys. Corporal McGiiire shows the dividual soul in tho land and its poise, result or machine gun lire in his reeblo existence. God bless them weallh of possible experience. And looked bravely over the ramparts press our sincero thanks and apAnvil and jiincers, forge an I all. at Vicksburg, and the survivors or preciation ror Ihe many courtesies walk since one limit is two inches in ineso times, when wo are learn Leo's wedge, soldiers who fed on raw corn extended lo us; by inviting us to shorter than the oilier. Pvt. Jas We welcome you, Ladies of the ing Ihe lesson that all the world it and persimmons and drank sassafras meet in historic Berea. Especially Oudger gave some interesting de- Are gone, with all their flaine and Grand Army of the Republic. Every akin, it naturally leads ono to be do wo express our thanks to Presinoiso; tails of the soldiers' life in France. one of you has tho inspiration anxious for the rights and welfnn lea we are at peace. Yet still the gleaming sword re- coming from being the We old soldiers toniclit reioicn dent Wm. G. Frost and members o? Life aboard an American submawife or per- of alien races. This loftv motive Ihat tbo people generally still re mains I rine of tho 3rd Submarine Flotilla (Continued on Pigo Eight) sonal relative of some one who nas fallen to our national colors, in was entertainingly portrayed by So, when in dust I low am laid, bared Ills bosom to a tempest of recent months, four millions of oui Remember by theso heart-fe- lt John Miller who had a thrilling shot and shell in his country's de- bravest and besl, ready to risk their strains, but narrow escape from Ihe three, fense. Your organization, thus con- It Mvs for strangers, knowiiur onlv pound gun lire of an American I give my soldier boy (ho blade I stituted, will keep our memory that those strangers are children or merchant ship mistaking our subgreen when we are gone. n common Heavenly Father. Oh, it marine for a German. Wo welcome you who represent is glorious to live in these days, and Lieutenant Frost of Owslev Lioutenant-GovernBlack to Speak the Kentucky Division of Ihe Sons be an American ! county, a Berea visitor over Sunin Richmond ' day, closed the memorial exercises I.ieul.-Go- v. prayer. with James I). Hlack will It is hoped that tho stories of formerly open his campaign for the these veterans and many others Democratic nomination for govermay be printed in subsequent lssue nor in Richmond, Saturday, May 17 of The Citizen. He will speak at the court houso at half past one o'clock, and will disThis poem was read at tho Me- cuss Ihe issues of Hie campaign. morial exercises, Sunday. Hichniond is proving a popular place for campaign speakers to V "I GIVE MY SOLDIER BOY open, Judge Carroll having spoken A BLADE" there Monday in opening his camBy II. M. L. paign. Friends of Governor Hlack j I gave my soldier boy a blade, have known for some time that he In fair Damascus, fashioned woll: would open there. is sure preservative to every surface it HI.. In number! will Iw gladly supplied if ara notinnl, Liberal terms zlren to anrwhoobtain new subscriptions fur us. Any otta sending-- us four yearly subscriptions ran retelr Tha Cltlian free for ona year. AdTenisIn rates on application, ui. the present popular transparent ideas and pastel shades that will satisfy the most exacting taste. We have chosen this line from the stock of RESPONSE OF DEPARTMENT COM MANDER T. A. CASEY It goes without savinu. Ilmf (l.o umirades whom Pat LEVANT DODGE Junior Vice Commander-in-Chie- Fish'i 1 Join-Michae- Km-pl- rc, ng pat-rjotis- m de ng or Green Seal Paint a Red Cedar Shingles Just received a car load of shingles at $5.00 and $6.00 per thousand Best patent corrugated galvanized iron roof $6.00 per square Can furnish old style corrugated roofing covers. It beautifies, and at the same time lengthens the life of any piece of property. If your property shows signs of needing paint, have it painted with To Hanna's Green Seal. postpone the matter is false economy. Formula on every package. ISOLD BY I $5.50 per square STEPHENS & MUNCY ' Mill and Yards Near L. & N. Depot Berea, Kentucky WASHINGTON GARDNER Past Commander-in-Chie- f C. B. ARNETT & SON Berea, Kentucky THE CITIZEN May 15, 1010. JOHN C. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Special Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Form Demonstrator and Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door ' CAMPBELL DIES Harrow and Cultivate Kvory practical farmer ronlizos llio imporlanco of killing woods and grass coming in llio young cropi during May. It is a wolt-knotant. Hint If llio crops can bo kept clean during this month they stand a much hotter chance of producing also that llio maximum yields Inter cultivations will ho less difficult. Nothing will accomplish so much in cleaning tho land and tho growing crop as tho section harrow and light cultivator. If you want to ho suro of a full crop at tho least expense use the harrow freely, even if it requires a help. It li Iltllo extra high-pricsuro to pay in tho long run. Time to Plant Soy Beans and eul-lirati- ng ed Soo that the lino of draft makoi tho pull enmo from tho hnmos and not from a badly plaocd backhand V is also important that animals are not overloaded during tho first hot weather, watch your animal? elosolv to sop how heavily Ihoy havo to go against their collars and if nocossary pul another animal in I he leant. PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools nionoy-carnln- Training that adds to your general education. g power, commnou wim FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print. ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Cowpeas Although soy beans and cowpeas mny ho sown during a period from er tho early spring until time of planting depends largely on tho latitude and the use to be made of tho crop. As a main grain or hay tho best limo for planting ! about tho samo as for corn, or when the ground has become thoroughly warm. Tho plants will then start quickly and make a rapid growth. Tho planla grow slowly in cool weather, and ordinarily tbcro Is no advantago in planting earlier than corn. Experiments have shown that the soy bean may bo planted earlier than tho cowpca, being ablo to withstand moro cold in the early spring. For pasture, green manure, soiling, or even for a hay crop, both tho soy bean and the cowpca may bo sown as lalo as July 1. Care of the Pigs indicate that in Observations many of tho Southern States loo many hog raisers follow the practice of weaning their pigs loo young. In many localities it i found that they arc weaning them at tho age of five and six weeks. There is no belter or cheaper feed for tho young growing pig than Us mother's milk, , and hog growers should (ako advantago of this feed to the greatest extent possible. Thij can bo best accomplished by feeding llio sow everything she will cat during the suckling period and not weanine tho nigs until they are at least ten weeks old. It is preferable to have them nurso tho sow longer probably until sbo would wean them herself. It is realized that under certain conditions this plan cannot bo followed, but it is quite possible that it could bo followed to a much greater extent than it is in many Before tho pigs arc instances. weaned they should havo access In a self feeder filled with corn, some cood nrolein feed, such as tankage, fish meal, shorts, middlings, or ground oilcako. Best results in hog growing are going to bo obtained by pushing tho pig to tho greatest extent possible from tho timo it is born until he is driven over Iho scales. Never lot tho hog loso his pig fat. Proper feeding and caro is tho only way this can bo accomplishes Hitch 'Em Up Right Now that hot weather will soon bo hero, it is important that teams bo hitched up with caro. A little thought and caro in hitching to plow, harrow or culitvator will save many a soro shoulder or bao' which might bo a souueo of troublo for weeks to come. mid-summ- Bury Them Deep Buzzard or dogs will soon disposn of a dead hog at this season of Iho year; but they will carry Infection in all portions of Iho surrounding country. A dead hog is dangerom to all Iho other hogs on the samo farm and to every hog in Iho Stato. at Tho Collcgo of Agriculluro Lexington recommends that all dead animals should bo thoroughly burn ed or buried deep. As burning a body until only the ashes remain is a difficult matter, burying i much simpler. However, tho farmer should remember that a shallow covering of earth will not keep dogs from tho dead body. At least four foot of earlh should cover tho dea l animal after a liberal supply of quicklime has boon sprinkled over the carcass. Preserving Eggs In Water Glass A good method for the preservation of eggs is the use of water If tho gloss or sodium silicate. prico of wafer glass (sodium silicate) is about thirty cents a quart eggs may bo preserved at a cost of approximately two cents a dozen. It is not desirable to use the water glass solution a second timo. Uso one quarl of silicato to nine quarts of water that has been boiled and cooled. Place the mixture in a five gallon crock or jar. This hi sufficient to preserve fifteen dozen eggs and will serve as a guide for tho quantity needed to preserve larger numbers of eggs. crock and 1. Select a clean it thoroughly, after which it v.-ifive-gallon 2nd Door General Education for those not far advanced, combined witn some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement. Berea's Foundation School 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teacn ana wno are not goiu It also gives thru Collcgo and desire more goncral education. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themsolves. 4th Door This gives the best training for thoso who expect to waon. Courses aro so arranged that young people can leach through the summer and fall and attend sehool through the wintorand spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." II uwit'tju uesi I..lnlr. m U.lhimiillri uuiums ohhi....i Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Science, Academy is now Borea's largest department . I nits is me siraigui roau u I Berea's Normal School 5th Door .. Berea's Preparatory Academy Course . . A. m. l. ... 6th Door This courses twenty-fiv- e Berea College the whole Institution, anu provioes sianuaru subjects. in all advanced Is tho crown of by war oondillons. For years the board has remained tho same in Berea, but the unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes it impossible for as to live on the samo money as wo have in the past All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printA TemDorarv Raise in Board is forced ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can got an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied cry. 2. Heat a quantity of water to bciling point and allow it to cool. 3. When cool, measure out nine nnarls of water, nlaco it in the crock, and add one quart of sodium silicate, stirring tho mixture thor oughly. I. TJic eggs should bo placed in the solution. If sufficient oggs arc not obtainable when tho solution is first made, additional eggs may be added from timo to lime. Be very careful to allow at least two inches of tho solution to cover the eggs at all times. 5. Place tho crock containing the preserved eggs in a cool, dry place, well covered to prevent evaporation. Waxed paper covered over and tied around tho lop of the crock will answer this purpose. BEE SPECIALIST Mountain Summer School June 6 to July 11, and July 11 to August 15 Berea Collcgo has established a Summer School to meet a distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It gives a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to got collcgo entrance credits or credits toward collcgo degrees, and others seeking general information. Tho work i3 adapted to thoso who can come for flvo weeks, or ton weeks. There will bo a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and another week for farmers. SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, Lathnm, .Now York, while hu wns in tho oily on business connected with his work In tho Southern Highlands. His death is a distinct loss to tho pcoplo of tho mountains, nnd ovoii, to tho ontlro South. It removes from active service ono of tho most social rarsighlod, , constructive engineers or tho day. Mr. Campholl wns n very groat friend to pcoplo or tho Southern Moro than a dozen Highlands. years ago ho began his work in Iho mountains as special student of conditions anil needs, and organizer of constructive wclfaro forces, and continued this work to tho end. Tho work wns of his own ohoosing. Ho loved tho highland people ami saw great possibilities of growth and development in them. To him wns given moro thnn to most men oval-ua- te Iho power and tho desiro to properly tho mountains nnd Ho novor folk. tho mountain thought of the pcoplo of tho Highlands ns being in a class to themselves. Ho thought and spoko ot Ihem as an integral nnd very important portion of tho American people. To him no man or woman was ever a moro "mdunlaincor.' They woro all southerners, Americans, comrades in citizenship and national development. Ho never oxploited tho lnnd or tho pooplo. In his survey of conditions among tho mountains, :i task which began over twelve year ago. ho traveled thousands or milo by rail, wagon, horse, and oven on vlllngos. foot, visiting schools, hnmos of all classes, talking with nil sorts of people and sharing tho lire or all classes in order to learn what lifo amonir tho rich and tho poor ronlly is. Ho was not looking for m.ilnrial for books or magazine articles, but was searching Tor the truth about things mountain mat he might toll othors tho truth an J bo helpful to thoso who need help His speech was not ful directing. characterized by quotations from tho speech or unlettered folk. He appreciated tho simplicity and di- reclnoss of tho language or tho uneducated class, but ho did not uso his knowledge of quaint phrases to make merry with his friends. Ho Hiil often laugh at the foolish mis conception which so many pcoplo havo or tho lire or tho highland pooplo. On all his Irips of investigation ho was accompanied by Mrs. Camp holl whoso interest in the work and llio pcoplo nnd whose knowledge of real life among the hills was not John F. Smith N'ows recently reached hero of tho death of John 0. Campbell, secretary of tho Southern Highland Division of the IUissoll Sago Foundation. Tho cause was heart failure. His denth occurred at Motel ho believed needed most to 1)0 dono I Irs I. This was lo bring together Iho cducn-llon- al Inlo closor nnd tho religious forces at work In Iho field, nnd Inform llio lenders of tho real needs of llio . moro destitute sections ns ho largo way Ho know In n what sumo of us havo long known in n loss degree, that tho work of developing Iho splendid human resources of Iho mountains ran never ho dono by any ono Institution or ono denominational body. Ho also know that a groat deal of llio effort spout in many educational project Ho did not fool free to Is wasted. toll church hoards so, for church boards liko llio rest ol us aro a llltlo srnsitivo about their favor! to enterprises, hut ho did inform them indirectly nnd pointed tho way to more effective work and more saw-Ihem- In order lo carry forward this work or instructing Iho loaders and recusing nltontlon upon first needs and cffeclive remedies ho organized tho Mountain Conference which hold annual sessions nt Knoxvlllo. In these meetings woro gathered most of tho loading social nnd religious workers among Iho mountains and nlo many distinguished pooplo from elsewhere who aro especially interested In the development of the Highlands. Pooplo talked of their common problems, exchanged ideas and got acquainted with real conditions and wllh ono another. Results of Ihcso ronroronccs may bo soon in n better understanding among the agencies Hold, nt work In the mountain Iho elimination rloser of many ohsoleto methods in school work, hotter adaptation of school and church programs to moot real needs. In this work of bringing together tho leaders, ho did what few men could havo done, certainly what no nno olso ovor did do. Ho worked with all denominations and with Ho antngonied no all educators. one. censured none for mistakes. ei,mmoiuled all Tor tho good thoy are doing. His infinite tacl and pntionoo nnd sympathetic interest won tho confidence or tho conference pooplo, tho pooplo of tho hills, and tho constructive educators and social workors or tho country. Ho know no creed except practical service, and worked with all men lor bringing the Kingdom nearer to tho doors ol tho mountain homes. MUST BEGIN AT HOME scrvire. and motion picture entertainments will be given frco of charge Thcro will also bo excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All the resources of tho entire institution will bo at the disposal of the Summer School. EXPENSES Fivo Weeks Incidental Feo Tablo Board, women Room Rent Totals COO Ton Weeks $10.00 20.00 5- - 10.00 0 excelled by his own. When ho had spout some years studying tho lito or tho pooplo and tho agencies at work among them ho sot about doing the thing that havo steam heat and electric lights. No ono should desiro hotter rooms I am in tho Vocational depart ment, and am itaking a business course. I expect to finish my business, nnd take the course In Horns Soionco. Specifically. "Tho world task should begin with intelligent comCommunity munity committees or men and women rroni all the churches aro to bo formed, liko thoso already at work in Norfolk, Louisville, Atlanta and somo forty other cities, which shall work to better tho entire life or tho community. This includes Negro lire; and tho committoos aro to meet with local Negro loaders Irom time to timo for consultation nnd cooperation. played more than any oilier games. There aro many cntortninmcnU and lecturos given during tho year. Very lew or these entertainments cost tho sludonts anything, hut thoy aro very helpful as well as en- County Agent Spencc has secured a Stale Boo Specialist to come to Boroa and meet tho Boo men. Ho will arrive at noon on Thursday May 22. Arrangements havo been made for him to meet those inter estod in Boo Keeping at tho follow ing nlaccs: Thursday afternoon at Mr. Isaac Davis' home; Friday, at Mr. George Fish's nlaco in Rock castle county: Saturday afternoon. 2:30, Mr. Spcnce's office. Following this meeting thcro will bo a discus sion on Boo Keeping at Mr. Ogg's beo yard on Jackson street. AH bco men especially invited. THE WOMEN OF FRANCE TO ft8.50 11-25 $35.00 22.G0 Men Pay for Board rebates are allowed to students who withdraw beroro the close of the period for which payment has been made. No A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required or ail students upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student leaves, provided library books, keys; etc., aro returncdln good order. tertaining. . CINCINNATI I MARKETS. RESTORE HER Ton Weeks Business Courses 2.G0 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minuto lessons per week Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per 'jj0. week 2.50 Uso of Piano, ono hour per day .75 Uso or Organ, one hour per day J Uso of Music Library Class Work in Harmony Annlicants must brlno or send a testimonial showing that they an 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 reliablt teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write 10 me secretary, Special Fees Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.7Sfi1.70, No. 3 whito $1.7O0'1.78, No. 2 yellow $1.78 01.70, No. 2 mixed $1.70 1.77, No. 3 whlto ear $1.81(0" mixed 1.83, yellow ear $1.8101.83, mixed our $1.8001.82. Sound liny Timothy per ton $370 40, nnd clover mixed $3O03S, clover $31.50033.50. Oats No. 2 whlto 7307314c, stand-nrNo. 3 whlto 72072 He, No. 2 mixed 70071c, No. 3 mixed 000 71c. Butter, Egos and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras Franco and all It means must be restored for tho sake of civilization and It is tho French women who must mainly do it, not tho politic ians, declares Ida M. Tarhcll in the Juno number of tho ned Cross Mag azine. "Lot tho politicians do their best or worst," tho writer continues, 7273e, "it is not thoy that will lift and savo Franco. It has got to bo dono from tho bottom, down whero pod plo llvo in lovo nnd labor. And it 504c, centralized creamery extras 5S is tho womon who will. play tho firsts 51c. i:ffg8 Prime firsts 43c, firsts 4214c, ohiof part thcro. Their task in tho poaco that has enmo is not unlike nnllnurv firsts 41 Vic. Live Poultry Broilers under 2 lbs. that of tho poilu In tho war that Is uu, C5c; fowls, o Itis ana over, past. Thoy como to this work with umlor 5 lbs, 32V4c; do roooters ISc. the most torrihla handloaps.' d MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. AN INTERESTING LETTER paper in .bv; Live Stock. EOOil Sl.'l Miff lfi. Iiiitcliiir KtKDr.t. itxtni Slltff 14.50. Urges Strengthening Boy Scouts. to fair $8011.50. holfors common 1'riMlduut YVIlnon. In Wiikhluutou. good to cnoico sil.mj extra $13011, 013, common to fair $8011 ; cowh. a fa proclamation mailt) public hunt, roc-$11012, good to choice $8.50 omiuMuIoU that "the purlod boslnuitig 11, common to fair $0.2008, CHnnnrs Juno 8 to Flag Day, Juno H, bo ob $500, stockcrs and feeders $813-50- . fair to orvod ms Hoy Scout Wuok, for tho pur $11.75015, Calves Kxtra work of tho good $13014.75, common and largo pot of mwiglhwilug the Hoy Stouts of Amorieu. Tlio rrosi $0012. Selected heavy shippers ilimt urcod that In ouch community Hogs $2050. good to cholco packers and u cltlzuns' committee be organized to In carrying out u progruut butchers $20.50. medium $10.75020.50, stags $10013.25. common to cholco "for oKttindlng tho Hoy Scout proheavy fat sows $14010.25, light ship- gram to a lurgo proportion of Aiucr- pers $18.50010.50, pits (110 lbs and huu boyhood." less) $13017.50. i. ..! r.t.l Uliltmra ox-tr- Tills lotlor was written to a homo school and try to got some or you NorUi Carolina. to como out horo next year. Boroa is a small town on tho L. &, N railroad in tho beautiful Boroa, Ky., May 0, 1919. hills or Kentucky. I do not know very much about Editor or tho Rutherford Sun, any or tho town creep tho College Rulhorford, North Carolina. part, but that is what I am interested in. Donr Kdltor: I wish to wrilo to tho young pcoTho campus is vory largo and plo or my old homo nhout Boroa beautirul. It is covered with green College Will you plua3o print tho grass, and so many beautiful sliado following? trees aro growing on it. Tho College owns many builldngs. Dear frionds: Thoro Is a largo Chapel, Library. I havo been in school nt Boroa Col7 Hospital, Tubornaolo, Lincoln Hall, lego almost half or tho limo siiico Industrial Building, class room wo moved from North Carolina to buildings and dormitories enough you Kentucky, but I havo not told to acoommodato sixteen hundred vorymuch about tho school or tho students. placo oltber. Tho. buildings aro furnished with I havo boon thinking about you everything that is needed. They somo of you, or and wishing that nil or you, wore hero with me, and I decided to writo lo you about tho want all of you young people to come lo school hero next year. I ant telling you about the school in lime Tor you to prepare lo come when school opons in September. Boroa is tho best school in the South, and is doing tho groatcst work Tor the young pcoplo ol our country ot nny collego ol its kind. Wo havo many great opportunities and advantages hero, that other students or other colleges di not have. Any courso or study Jhnt any ouo could wisli to tako is taught here. Thoro aro flvo departments: College, Academy, Normal, Foundation and Vocational. In tho Vocational department, Business courses, Homo Soionco courses Agricultural courses, and all kinds or (ratio courses aro taught also. Boroa is not tin oxponsivo school. In fact it Is tho cheapest school in tho country. Every ono has a ohnnco lo work n part or his way, ir you do not reel ablo to pay your expenses you can bo a half day student. Tho hair day students work hair or tho day nnd go to school Iho other hair. Thoy pay all or tholr oxponsos, and havo time to tako several studios in school. Of courso it takes longer lo go through school H you work your way through, but any boy or girl who is ambitious will do it rather than stay out or school. Wo havo plenty fo nmuscmcnls. Tho students may go to tho movies, glvon frco or oh:irgo,, onco each week. Wo havo somo kind or nlli-lot- io sports caoh week. Basket Bull, Baso Ball, and Tennis are I Another thing that wo all enjoy very much is tho social life. Wo havo many state nnd county socials. II is a groat plcasuro to us to inco. tho pooplo rrom our stato and coun-nn- d thcro is no better wny to do this than lo havo Ihcso socials. Wo also havo class socials, dormitory receptions, lawn parlies, walking parties, nnd mountain days. Wo havo plenty or religious services. Borca is trying to glvo its students n Christian education. Wo havo a largo Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A, also a largo Christian EndeaWo go lo Sunday vor Society. school every Sunday morning, nnd In Chapel ovory Sunday night. Thoro nro rour churches in town, nnd wo mny attend any ot thoso that wo choose. You young pooplo should bo in school preparing Tor IHo. Tho day is coining when educated pooplo will load tho world, and you cannot alloril to stay out or tho race. This is tho most important part or your life and you shoul not ho wasting it by slaying oivl of school You can mako or yoursoH anything Hint you wnnt to bo. Boroa is ready D help you hut it cannot como to you. You must como lo Berea. Think tho matter ovor nnd do- ide lo como horo noxt rail. There bio many North Carolina BtudeuU hero, nnd thoy all think that Boroa is n good school. Boroa is doing n groat work. You should bo hero giving your best and iccolvlng Borea's best. Come to Boron. Wo need you. With bust wishes to all, I am, Your friend, Lillian Lowls. Mny 15. 1010. TUB CITIZEN LETTER FROM J. HAUL TATE Appnlnchin, Vn, Mny 10. 1019. Tho Citizen, Horca, Ky. Donr Kdilor: It Is wllh pleasure I send check for renewal (o The Citizen. It U IMPROVED UNIFORM Pago Sevan INTERNATlONAt THE CIGARETTE Orison Swett Marden irutllnlif.l l.y lit tr Collfg ftcra ,'Succn" lijr I'crmUlon) can tell the tobacco story as graphically as the pictures on advise every cigarette victim to have his photograph taken these pages. every year and nut side by side in a frame in his room, where he can sen the ur.nlii.il. fni.il deterioration in himself from vcar to year. II this does not startle him and bring him to his senses, no preaching will ever do it, for the pictures will be a sermon-moreloquent than ever came from any pulpit. I denounce it simply I leave it to others to discuss the moral side of cigarette smoking. because of its blighting, blasting effect upon one's success in life ; because it draws off the energy, saps the vitality and force which ought to be made to tell in one's career; because it blunts the sensibilities and deadens the thinking faculties; because it kills the ambition and the , finer Instincts, and the more delicate aspirations and perceptions; because it destroys the abil-ity to concentrate the mind, which is the secret of all achievement. The whole tendency of the cigarette nicotine poison in the youth is to arrest development. It is fatal to all normal functions. It blights and blasts both health and morals. It not only ruins the faculties, but it unbalances the mind, as well. Many of the most pitiable cses of insanity in our asylums are cigarette fiends. It creates abnormal appetites, strange, undefined longings, discontent, uneasiness, nervousness, irritability, and, in mnny, nn almost irresistible inclination to crime. In fact, the moral depravity which follows the cigarette habit is something frightful. Lying, cheating, impurity, loss of moral courage and manhood, a complete dropping of life's standards all along the lines are its general results. out of a hundred boys between Magistrate Crane, of New York Cjty, says: "Ninety-nin- e the ages of ten and seventeen years who come before me charged with crime have their fingers am not a crank on this subject, I do not care disfigured by yellow cigarette stains. to pose as a reformer, but it is my opinion that cigarettes will do more than liquor to ruin boys. When you have arraigned before you boys hopelessly deaf through the excessive use of cigarettes, boys who have stolen their sisters' earnings, boys who absolutely refuse to work, who do nothing but gambit- and steal, you can not help seeing that there is some direct caure, and a great deal of this boyhood crime is, in my mind, easy to trace to the deadly cigarette. There is something in the poison of the cigarette that seems to get into the systehi of a boy and to destroy all moral fiber." Young men of great natural ability, evcrywheru, some of them in high positions, are constantly losing tlnir grip. "deteriorating, dropping back, losing their ambition, their push, their stamina, and their energy, because of its deadly hold upon them. If there is anything a young man should giurd as divinely sacred, it is his ability to think clearly, forcefully, logically." Dr. J. 1. Kellogg says: "A few months ago I had all the nicotine removed from a cigarette, making a solution out ol it. I injected half the quanity into a frog, with the effect that the frog died almost instantly. The rest was administered to another frog with like effect. Hoth frogs were full grown, and of average size. The conclusion is evident that a single cigarette ' incontains poison enough to kill two frogs. A boy who smokes twenty cigarettes a day has enough poison to kill forty frogs. Why does the poison not kill the boy? It does kill haled him. If not immediately, he will die sooner or later of weak heart, Uright's disease, or some other malady which scientific physicians everywhere now reconize as a natural result of chronic nicotine poisoning." it in A chemist, not long since, took the tobacco used in an average cigarette and soaked and then injected a portion of it under the skin of a cat. The cat several teaspoonfuls of water almost immediately went into convulsions, and died in fifteen minutes. Dogs have been killed with a single drop of nicotine. long ago, who, five years before, A young man died in a Minnesota state institution not young physicians of the West. "Still under thirty years had been one of the most promising at the time of his commitment to the institution," says the newspaper nccount of his story, up to in "he had nlready made three discoveries in nervous diseases that had made him Icoktdeffects of his profossioii. But he smoked cigarettes, smoked incessantly. For a long time the on the operating the habit were not apparent on him. In fact, it was not until a patient die and the young doctor went to pieces, that it became known that he was table under his hands, wreck in mind as well a victim of the piper pipes. But then he had gone too far. He was a and he ended his days in a maniac's cell." as in body, Yale University during nine years shows An investigation of. all the students who entered smokers were the inferiors, both in weight and lung capacity, of the non- that the cigarette - . .1 AfioAn months nlrler. . i.t smoKcrs, aunougn uiey ivuiu. MO WORDS 1 e ... 1 a soiirre nf plonsuro to know nf tho many things nf Interest In the page.) of The Citizen; more especially to liny one win. spoilt as many years in the college halls as I did. The Sunday 'o'iooI column Is a great help lo n'u. I have been hack from the Y. M. C. A. work In camp just two months, and have found myself just as busy and useful Imrk home. I am principal of a four-rooschool at ono of Iho mining towns near by here. We are having a fine Wo school nnd good atlendance. have graded a basket ball nnd volly hall court. We have some splendid games. It is something new to the community; even the old folks come lo lake part in the games. We nlso have a big new flag flying over the school, which is a great prido to all the children. Besides we rniscd SKj.OO with which wo bought maps, clihrls, pictures, curtains, and things to beautify our school rooms.' I slarled a Sunday school with llfty-thrbut now wo have more Wo than doublo that number. could have a lot more If wo bad more room and lonelier. Wo had a (en days' revival with about a dozen converled. Wc made a petition to tho company to build a church house and the prospects look good. Our Commencement will be June (ho lOlh. I have three who complete the common school course. Willi best wishes, Yours truly, J. Harl Tate. m eo SlMTSdlOOL Lesson (Hy rtEV Illble lOnpyrlnhl. i II FITZWATKIl, D. D., Teacher of EtiRllth Illble In the MooJr tndltute 1819. of Chicago.) by Wwtwn Nnnppr Union.) LESSON FOR MAY 18. THE GRACE OF T.naSON GOD. 1:4-1- Titus TEXTS TEXT-- 2:11-1- -- Acts 15:11. : ADDITIONAL MATEttlAL Genl 7: 2 Cor. U:t; John 1:16. 17; 1 Cor. 15:10; James 4:; 1 Peter 4:10; 2 Teter MS. Grace means unmerited favor. God's prnce means his kindness toward ns through Jesus Christ. (Eph. 2:7.) God's mercy docs not go out to men because they nre good hut because he Is good nnd desires to bestow that goodness upon lost nnd mined men In order to mnke them good. I. The Grace of God In Salvation believe GOLDEN through the (trace ot the Lord Christ we shall be saved, even We - Ephnlani , nllve but raises them up with Christ. (3) AscIatlon with Christ In glory (v. 0). Christ's Inenrnntlon has so Identified himself with the rnce that thoe who nre snved arc raised up to be with Christ and shall ultimately shnre bis glory. The actuating .principle of God which moved him to thus lay hold upon lot men Is his love (v. 4). Mnn's snlvntlon Is due entirely to God's grncc. Not only the snlvntlon tins been provided In grace but the fnlth which appropriates It Is God's gift (v. 8). Works ns grounds of snlvntlon nre nbolutely excluded. (4) The purpose of God In the salvn-tlo- n of men (vv. 7. 10), (a) It Is to display his grace In the coming nges. entered, In the ngM to come, will be the trnnsformntlon of dead and lost men nnd their exaltntlon with Christ, (b) To glorify God through their good works (v. 10: cf. Mntt. 5:10). While good works have absolutely no part In the salvation of men God's purpose In snvlng them wns thnt they might do good works. It. The Grace of God In RIpM Llv-In-o Jesus they". The demonstration to the Inhabitants that of the spheres In which sin has not (Tltus 2:11-14- ). (Erh. 2:4-10- .) PERSHING ON THE NEGRO - SOLDIER t- ..v Washington, D. C. Humors from overseas hnvo persistently described the inefllciency of the Negro soldiers when lel hy colored officers, the conduct of a division so officered hoinu' cited as proof. These men. it is said on high authority, not only failed under lire, but their col orcd officers had to be court-ma- r. Haled for cowardice. Persliing's version of this story, should he given as full publicity aj Iho stories emanating from less distinguished sources. Any officer, of any race, tho commanding general said, might well have failed in tho same way under similar circum-slance- s. The troops had been brought near tho front to receive several weeks of intens'vo training before being put under lire tho first Hut tho Germans broke lime. through; and In the desperate need these green troops were thrown in Iho gap, along with every other mar. available. Twelve of the colored officers lost their heads, and were afterwards courlmarlialcd, though somo of them were acquitted on (rial. Oilier colored officers in tho samo division wcro promoted for conspicuous courage in tho samo battle, nnd wero nwarded the Dis tinguished Servico Cross. It was also slated at American Grncc brings snlvntlon; It does not send It. Jesus Christ, who Is the embodiment of God's love nnd grace, cntne bringing snlvntlon with him. In order to apprehend what the grncc of God has done, observe: 1. Mnn's nnturnl stnte (Eph. 2:1-3In the nnturnl .man Is found nil that Is opposed to the will nnd purpose of (1) Dend In trespnsses nnd God. sins (v. 1). The supfemc need of the dend mnn Is life, therefore he must hnve life from without himself. The characteristic of one who Is dend Is that he Is (n) without sensation "pnst feeling." (4:10.) The nnturnl mnn, therefore, enn neither love God nor hnte sin until he Is innde alive, (b) Without motion. Activity Is the demonstrntlon of life. So far ns God nnd holiness nre concerned they are motionless. They nre ns helpless ns Lnznrus wns In the grave. (2) Under the control of tleshly nnd worldly lusts (v. 2). The cnrnnl nature holds swny n over their lives. (3) Under the of Satan (v. 2). All unregen-ernt- e men nnd women arc ruled by Since he Is the god of this age (2 Cor. 4 :4), the prince of this world (John 12:31),- nil who hnve not been freed by Christ nre under the rule of Sntnn. (4) Under tho condemnation nnd wrnth of God (v. 3). Over nil disobedithese denth, worldllness, ence, lust of the flesh hnngs the wrnth nnd condemnation of God. 2. Sinn's stnte by grace (2:4-10(1) He Is nllve In Christ (v. 5). The Holy Spirit Inys hold upon men dead In sin and quickens them Into life. (2) liaised up with Christ (v. 0). God's, crnre not onlv mokes lost men ). doml-nntloSn-tn). Grace Is not only csscntlnl to salvation but essential to right living. It tenches snved men (1) to deny ungodliness (v, 12). The saved mnn hns the divine nature. The grace which has snved him teaches him the necessity of a dentnl of everything thnt Is opposed to God. (2) Worldly lusts (r. 12). The redeemed man Is surrounded with the things of the world which hnve a downward pull upon him. The grace of God teaches him to renounce them. (3) Sober living (v. 12). The grace of God teaches to hnve the saved mnn d the reins of his nature well In nnd to rule with n strong hand. (4) Righteous living (v. 12). Tho grace of God tenches the snved mnn to live uprightly with reference to these nbout him. (0) Godly living (v. 12). It teaches him to so live In this present world as to cnnble him to meet God nnd abide In his fellow(0) It tenches tho right moship. tive In living (w. 13, 14). Tho blessed hope of the glorious return of the Lord Jesus Christ Is the grand Incentive to holy living In this present world. He that has It will keep himself pure. (I John 3 :3.) l; com-mnn- Greatest of All Heroes. The greatest of all heroes Is One whom wo do not name here! Let sacred silence medltnte that sacred matter) you will And It the ultimate perfection of a principle extant throughout man.'s whole history on earth. Cnrlyle. Christian Life. The problem of tho Christian life finally Is simplified to this man has but to preserve the right attitude: To abide In Christ, to be In position, that Is all. Henry Drumm,ond. Headquarters that the morals of the not below those of while troops. This deserves wide circulation, not only in justice to men who did their duly and risked their lives for their country, but as an antidote lo tho misunderstandenemy propaganda ings which seeks to foster in so many quarters. .Ncgro soldiers wcro AFTER-WA- R life with Christ's teaching seven days in Iho week. While keeping their distinctive organizations and mothods, the churches aro brigading themselves together for a great rewhich army, in constructive branches of servico shall to tho common end of Christianizing the social order. Junior in Yale Ends Life. New Haven, Conn., Mny 12. Itlch-nr- d Hnrtwell Slather of Toleao, O., a Junior In Ynlo university, committed suicide by shooting himself In the head. The tnedlcnl exntnlnor said overwork probably wns the cause. Mather wns twenty years old. PROGRAM OF SOUTHERN CHURCHES ch Tho Southern Regional Conference of the Inter-ChurWorld Movement, in recent session at Atlante, adopted a statement of principles and plan of work for squaring Christian led cig uette smoking among a'l employes under eighteen years of age. Marshall Field and have this rule: "No gartttes can be ompan y. and the Morgan nd Wright- Tire Company the application blanks at Wnnatnaker's .. n.... f til- nnestions on smoked uy ow viiiiiuy-;,, . reads "Do you use lonauu ui n8..v..-.- The superintendent of the Lindell Street Railway of St. Louis, saysi.tin,t,.r no circumstances will I hire a man who smokes cigarettes. lie u man who drinks. In fact : niuiui nil tne ironi Ol to give way any moment. If he is more dangerous; his Inerves nic apt begin to investigate to find if immediately 1 find a car running badly, times out of ten he does, and then he the man smokes cigarettes. Nine goes, for good." Pacific Railroad system says F H Harriman, the head of the Union they' "might as well go to a lunatic asylum for their employee as to that hire cigarette smokers." mm uuiwuiu, mc v,iucue,u, iuck is i ui. nw York, New tiaven, the Uurljngton, and many others land and Pacific, the Lehigh Valley, leading Yailroad companies of this country have issued orders nf the forbidding the use of cigarettes by employees while on duty. , creates a la ntine which it cannot : one of the Greatest dangers of the cigarette. Victims who have smoked from one hundred to one hundred and fifty cigarettes n day satisfy dissatis-- i some temporary satisfaction, it sav that while the smoking gives the additional hunger it creates, create" a perpetual for other hence the longing ;.; ;,, hnt it ... , appeases :....., never laciion, ,i i..ir.ii uBmic stimulants that will uo wnai mclarge sanitarium in the West ' says s of all the that charge of a physician in ...iL iom.! in the institution within a year, to be cured of the opium, morphine or cocaine and that sixty per cent, of these pleaded, as their only exI b't have been cigarette smokers, the cigarette. cuse the need of a stronger stimulant than the heart's action very materially, in some instances cigarette smoking increases Excessive ....... ........ v. . .. v. or tntriy ueio im....w. twentv-fivtwenty-fou- r hoursl The pulsations are not only greatly increased, n this delicate organ every weakened, so that the blood is not forced to every part of the system, " it also very materially not nourished as they would be by means of fewer but stronger, are nnd hence the tissues more vigorous pulsations - .l..,nn & tl. pos-tive- lv ,!e..i i"u three-fifth- -- e He gives the following probable course of a boy who begins to smoke cigarettes, "First cigarettes. Second, beer and liquors. Third, craps petty gambling. Fourth, horse racing gambling on a bigger scale. Filth, larceny. Sixth, state prison." Not long ago a boy in New York robbed his mother and actually beat her because she would n ,;ive him money with which to "buy cigarettes. Every little while we see accounts in newspapers all over the country of all kinds of petty thefts and misdemeanors which boys commit in order to satisfy the cigarette mania. Another Nv York City magistrate says: "Yesterday I had before me thirty-fivboy prisoners. Thirty-thre- e of them were comfirmed cigarette smokers. a reliable source, I have made the grewsome discovery that two of the largest cigarette manufacturers soak their product in a weak solution of opium. The fact that out of thirty-fiv- e prisoners thirty-thre- e smoked cigarettes might seem to indicate some direct connection between cigarettes and crime. And when it is announced on authority that most cigarettes are doped with opium, this connection is not hard to understand. Opium is like whiskey, it creates an increasing 'appetite that grows with what it feeds upon. A growing boy who lets tobacco and opium get a hold upon his senses is never long in coming under the domination of whiskey, too. Tobacco is the boy's easiest and most direct road to whiskey. When opium is added, the young man's chance of resisting the combined forces and escaping physical, mental and moral harm is slim indeed." Dr. Fisk, of the Northwestern Academy, hns asked all pupils who will not give up cigarettes to leave the Academy. In one year, not one of the boys who used cigarettes stood in the front rank of scholarship. "This is our experience in teaching more than fifty thousand young people," says the principal of a great business college. "Cigarettes bring shattered nerves, stunted growth, and general physical and mental degeneration. We refuse to receive users of tobacco in our institution." Anything which impairs one's success capital, which cuts down his achievement, and makes him' a possible failure when he might have been a grand success, is a crime against himself, Anything which benumbs the senses, deadens the sensibilities, dulls the mental faculties, and takes the edge off one's ability, is a deadly enemy, and there is nothing else which effects all this so quickly as the cigarette. It is said that within the past fifty years not a student at Harvard University who used tobacco has been graduated at the head of his class although, on the average, five out of six use tobacco. If there is anything the youth should regard as sacred and should preserve intact at all hazards, as it affects his future more than anything else, it is his will power, and this is affected very early in the cigarette smoker, so he finds himself a slave of a practice which was once absolutely within his own volition. Another of the deadly influences of cigarette smoking is the gradual killing of tho power of decision. The victim begins to vacillate, to waver, and to ask everybody's advice. He can not make up his mind about anything. He loses the power to say "No." The symptoms of a cigarette victim resemble those of an opium eater. A gradual deadening, benumbing influence creeps all through the mental nnd moral faculties; the standards all drop to a lower level; the whole average of life is cut down, the victim loses that power of mental grasp, the gnp of mind which he once had. In place of his former energy and vim and p.ush, he is more and more inclined to take things easy and to slide along the line of the least resistance. He becomes less nnd less progressive. He dreams more and acts less. Hard work x becomes more and more irksome and repulsive until work seems drudgery to him. Cigarette smoking early impairs the digestive organs. It causes a gradual loss of appetite, and the wretched victim substitutes more cigarettes for food. In fact, he finally gets to a point where he becomes such a slave to the cigarette that he cannot do without it. e Now Is The Time For Every Liquor Drinker to "Swear Off" Pago Klfiht OWSLEY COUNTY THE CITIZEN in vain, been watching his llsh-cohas quit and gone to fencing. I'nele B. F. Curtis lost a valuable mare the past week. Cause of death Win. (Captain) I)avi, unknown. who has been very poorly for some tune, is reported ns being a liltlo improved. After much wild-callifor oil in this vicinity for Hie post three years, the operators haw moved their rigs to other Ileitis with not much hope of any oil beThe land ing developed here. owners still think it is here if they would only go deep enough. Most of the soldier boys have relurned though lliere aro a few out yet. Uncle James Maupin is spending a few days with relatives at Irvine There was n big title this week. in Red River last Friday and Saturday. This is something unusual for the month of May. Much damage will bo done to the various crops along tho stream. rk Mny IB, 1010. Island City Mrs. E. E. Island City, May 0. McCollum of Travelers, Rest Is er pcorly at present, afler undergoim: It n:i operation for appendicitis. h reported several oil drills will be ' No eormpondf nn pukllthM unlm tlinnl In full br th writer. The nm in operation lo further the dcclop- n erUenc e of lood ftlth. Write pltlnly. It not for publlmtlon. but ment. The Rev. W. CI. Butler wilt hold the third quarterly meeting at Hops arc swarming tlio firay Hawk, May II, and assist in these. JACKSON COUNTY earliest ever known here. A num- - the interest of the Centenary. Silas Fields got several pannels of Another Jackson County Boy Makes ber of swarms camo out in April. Considerable corn lias been planted fence burned recently by lire which Supreme Sacrifice A correct report of Ibe death and here but tlio people arc not half spread from his new ground. Audj II. N. Dean & Son aro Rowland Is slowly improving after burial of William McQueen, son of dono yet. Palsio McQueen, of Mc- - still getting somo wheat to grind at a severe attack of measles. There Robert and crop is no flu in our neighborhood at Kce, has been received by his par- - their mill and the wheat present. Everybody seems lo be this place. Willie was one promises aro good for this year, onls at Klrby Knob very busy preparing" for and plantof the first ot Jackson's boys to re- Tlio Itcv. ing corn. Floyd (entry and Shatter Klrby Knob, May 12. spond to tlio call of tho nation, but np- - Bicknell have gone to Cincinnati on account of physical disability L. Van Winkle filled his regular Tho wise was rejected at tho time. Later on poinlment at this place Saturday seeking employment. Sabbath school has counsel of Hon. John C Eversole, in he was drafted into the service. He and Sunday. We hope both suppressing violators of the whisgave himself to the service of his been reorganized. country with the most unselfish old and young will attenil and help key law is very much appreciated by the civil communities through and generous devotion, and sacri- - to have a good Sunday school. flccd homo and friends ungrudg- - Flosslo Click who has spent the last our county and wo hope other Juw months in Illinois returned dicial powers who have authority ingly, uncomplainingly, almost The last week's adjoining our county will follow seemingly .unaware homo last week. consciously, I). B. that ho was playing the part of a rain has put tho farmers behind Mr. Eversole's judgment. Mrs. Peters Is visiting the land owners hero, by facing the steel and the gas with their corn planting. which resulted in his death. The Oeorge Johnson has been seriously around Island City offering to buy Mrs. The last their royally in the oil Held. following, to his mother through ill for the last few days. the Directors of the American Red cr.ld spell seems to have killed all Nan Bowman and little grandWheat crops aro look- - daughter, Estill, of Ethel, were thr. Cross at Washington, D. C, contains the fruit. guests of Mrs. Kate Bowman over most just and beautiful ing fairly well in this section. a brief but Miss Lucy Sharks delineation of the death and burial J. A. Lane has been visiting friends night recently. service rendered the young hero, and relatives here for the past few of Sexton Creek and other young folks were the guests of Misses Washington, D. C, April 21, 1010. weeks. Bond Jessie and Grova Bowman Sunday. Dear Mrs. McQueen: Very little farm Bond, May 10. Misses Lucy and Recus Bicknell, Sinco writing you, February 28, we have received a report from our work is being done on account of Virginia and Leila Blake attended J. W. Purkoy of Berea ha3 the meeting at Union Sunday. Thev Searcher at Blois, France, concern- - rain. ing the death and burial of your been visiting friends and relatives said a large crowd was present to Baptishear tlio gospel trumpet. William McQueen, at this place tho past wcekvr-Thcrson, Private which we think you would wish to will be a pie supper at this placd ing at Providence tlio thin! Sunday in .May, and quartly meeting at the Tho above soldier died tonight for the benefit of the have. Mary E. Purkcy has Southern church also. 3rd as he was being taken menians. from the hospital train at Dlois. He purchased a cow from A. F. Bald-ha- d Bob Robinson and Sarah ESTILL COUNTY been gassed and was being win. Irvine taken to Base Hospital 43, at Blois Roark were quietly married Mon-f- or Irvine, May 7. The army tank trcalmcnt. Ho was buried in the "lay. Wo wish them much joy. American Plot of the French Cath- - Ed. McQueen has purchased a milk arrived in Irvine last Thursday at Mrs. 5:00 p. in. The tank crew were welolic Cemetery at Blois. An escort of cow from MonrOe Reynolds. soldiers preceded tho body to the Sallie Moore and Miss Creasy Moore comed by I). A. Wallace and were cemetery. The coffin was draped visited Mrs. J. H. Pennington Satur- entertained at dinner at tho City There will be a Sunday Restaurant by Jas. A. Walace, alter with a large Amorican flag, and on day. this was a sheaf of flowers sent by school organized at the Green Hall which a demonstration was given in tront or the court house. After tho Red Cross. After th efuneral ser- Baptist church tomorrow. the demonstration an appeal wa firing squad fired a triple, vice, the This apmade for subscriptions. salute, and the bugler sounded ROCKCASTLE COUNTY peal was answered most loyally by taps. His grave is No. 22, fn the Goochland the citizens. Caplcn Van do Boe re American Plot of the French CathGoochland, May 12. Leonard olic Cemctry'at Blois, France. It is Martin and wife and little girl went quested D. A. Wallace to transmit the following statement to the peomarked with, a white cross, bearing to Pine Grove last Sunday, to meethis name, company, and regiment. ing, and heard an excellent sermon ple of Estill county: "We worked I havo taken-- picture of the grave preached by the Rev. Mr. I.unsford. hard and lost sleep and meals to get and will send that to Mrs. McQueen. Tbero was a large crowd present here, but the cordial reception wo Please accept tho deep sympathy and everybody seemed to enjoy the received and the patriotism shown of tho Red Cross in your sorrow sermon. Tho Rev. Mr. Lunsford will by your citizens, and the displayed at all times was well assurance that your .sons' preach and the ... , , at Pino Grove again on the worth going through any inconveni. -- ocond Sunday in June. They aro The runs through the his contribution to the world's free planning to build a new church ence!.' Cumberland pipe line, last week dom. bouse at Pine Grove in the near broke the record, amounting to Sincerely yours, T7vn r n rrli f f ii (llrn a1 i trVt about 122.000 barrels. Many train W. iy Castle, Jr., Director. g loath of crude oil are passing thru . read. Irvine every day, and the tank Clover Bottom Rockford boats are still plying the river. Tho Clover Bottom, May 11. Rockford. Mav 11. Wo arc hav- - Dr. C. Marcum returned Sunday little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ing qano a ol of rain nml farming from a week's trip to Big Wells, Vcn Winkle died April 7. She had .a snnned Mr awhile. Thnr Texas, where bo visited N. V. Mero-tlit- li suffered for more than two years i,a3 been but littio corn planted W. P. Williams ami family. with brights disease, and was for around here. T. C. Viars is very returned .Monday from an extended moro than six months helpless, un- - iow wjln canccr, and is not expected trip witli his wife to New York, Attil God relieved her of her suffer-,- ,, SumiaV( Junr lantic City anil Baltimore. Iive vory lmf.t Mrs." ing and look her homo lo rest. The ist, is Memorial Day at Scaffold Williams remained in Baltimore. bereaved parents havo our deepest cane. All day services will be held, Mrs. Rudolph l'faiinniuller returned sympathy, but their Io Is heaven's , iuncj, 3 expected to bo given, Monday to her homo in Brooklyn, gain. She lacked 20 days of being Fverybody bring something, iuid N .Y afler a visit with her son, the six years old. Sho wos laid to rest don't forget tho decoration of the Rev. A. L. Pfannmuller, pastor ot in tho Van Winkle graveyard at ground, of friends and loved ones. tho Christian church. Mrs. A. I. Cavo Springs . Lucy Dean is sick Tho speakers for tho day hro as fol- - Pfannmuller accompanied her to Charley Norvell .lows: Willio Mullins, M. G. Fish, Lexington. at this writing. Thomas Baxter, who has gono to Ohio to work this sum- -; w. M C. Hutchins. J. W. Lambert. lias been with the American Army mer. W. H. Smith and II. N. Dean n. L. Ponder, and L. D. Gooch. of Occupation in Germany, was visaro delegates to tho Republican, jjmes nratcher of Berea passed iting friends and relatives here this Convention at Lexington tho llth through hero today. G. C. Thomas week. or (bis month. Tho Rev. James and wife of Leegibson havo been Lunsford filled his regular appoint-- ; visiting friends in this section POWELL COUNTY at Cavo Springs today. Mrs.' contly. Tobacco growing is all Clay City Andy Davidson is very sick. Zclla tho talk you can seo tho canvassed Clay City, May 12. A good rain Dean has returned homo from Mc- - beds in most all directions. fell hero last Wednesday and Keo whero sho has been attending! Obituary Thursday which was needed very school for tho last year. Misses Daddy Todd died April 23, after Tho farmers' outlook is Gertrudo and Farrio Hays havo gono only three days illness. Ho was 83 badly. to Winchester to spend tho summer years old. Ho leaves threo children much brightened for big returns this year. The condition of crops with their aunt, nessio Wllimv(i and a host of friends to mourn his Clover Bottom Post Office has loss. His remains wcro laid to rest hero aro as follows: Wheat anl oats Tho changed hands. W, J. Hays re-- 1 m the Scaffold Cane cemetery. Ho looking lino, tobacco plants in signed and Halso Abrams has been leaves a record long to bo remcm-appoint- splendid condition, will soon be ready tor setting, most ot the mrn Miss Lil i bored with not an enemy. Ho Is in his stead. lian Abrams has returned from tho father of four children of which crop planted and coming up, gaiden Winchester whero sho has been for three aro living, and tho grand-som- o truck in excellent shape and a II. to prospect tor a good homo supply. limo. Jcplha Cox foil and'fulhor of thirty-tw- o children, or County Agent II. II. Harrison is hurt his leg very badly about ten Whom twenty-si- x living, aro days ago and has not recovered yet (Also ho is tho great graiuirather 0r contemplating a motor trip tor tin: Lpig club boys to Lexington in Hie sufficient to do any work. Fruit forty-on- o children or whom Ifilrty-o- f near future Tho Rev. Paul 1W-Ihinil kinds except berries has been four aro living, and tho great, great of Stanton has rented out his killed. Thero Is a good prospect for grandfather of two, both living. elegant homo ami with his family has moved to Korea lo live. Uns'j Brothors, Georgo and Hugh, have opened up a general store, in tho Hurst Property, on Liltlo Crook S. A. Easter purchased a cow, with calf, from Soldier Hardy for 120.00. Austin John-so- u has gono to Harlan county It. do somo surveying for county roads. Returns to its before-the-wa- r Tho Rev. J. It. Harding of high standard of quality preaohed at Vaughn's Mill lust Sunday. 'Squire Grant Baker and sou, Hcrshul, pulled out for Torrent last Monday lo haul this summer. Sidney Kusfcr, who hm East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - 3 rrTMiTi 1 i The Flow of Meat of the live stock in the United States has to be raised in the West. Two-thirds SINKING (Continued OF THE TICONDEROOA from Fig roar) un-,fe- three times to stand up, but It was impossible. I cried, "Boys, please rnme help me, my legs are broken." It was impossible for anyone to near. I wept; I remembered my country, I remembered Id the mountains, in which my brother the ind sister died lighting again I remembered the gcaves Torks. i.f my parents. I crawled aloe- - on mi stomach to the edge of the boat. When I turned my lace up I saw a life boat, which was coming down with ropes. Then it slopped where f was . After somebody pushed me ;nlo the life, boat there were in tho men anil we life boat Iwenly-lhre- e were all wounded. In the water I saw many soldiers and sailors, who were wounded, whose blood made the water red. They aked help from us but it was impossible to give help. The submarine nlade us cini" near and answer questions. They threw us a rope, which we tied to the life boat. Then the submarine submerged in ortler lo sink the life boat, but the rope broke and we stayed on the surface. The waves came into the boat, and we bailed out the water with pans. We had every morning one teaspoon of pineapple juice. We stayed in the life boat four days anil three night'. hungry, wounded, wet and cold. On Thursday, October 3, ,at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, an English boat found us. The 10th of October wo reached New York City. I stay- -' ed in different hospitals 105 days Ladies and gentlemen those heroes gave their lives gloriously as Americans. Therefore, we must honor them by building in their memory n. very wonderful monument on a bich place of Berea. RESOLUTION PASSED AT MORNING SESSION THURSDAY (Continued troa Page TUt) the faculty of Korea College ror the use of tho Chapel for our assemblage. Also would wo express our of the Capt. Jame appreciation West Post No. 171 for inviting us. to meet in Berea. Also would wo express our most cordial nppreem- ion tor the untiring zeal and energy exerted by our Past Department Commander and Past Junior Comrade Vice Commander-in-chie- f, Lo Vant Dodge, in his efforts toward making this Encampment a success and a happy meeting; nor would wo fail to express our thanks to tho Hon. John. L. Gay, tho honorable Mayor of Berea, for the Interest he manifested in our behalf. Also would wo thank tho good citizens ot Berea for tho cortlial reception they havo given us during our sojourn among them. One-hal- f live in the East. of the consumers of meat In other words, most of the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. e. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" were in They built up the right balance. distributing systems refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser benefited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this service at a fraction of a cent per pound profit ' -- Swift & Company, U: S. A. ' re-m- tremendous influence in favor or ropean History, truer and better views of govern-- ! ment which is tho field of political Tho Islands of the Dodecanese science. which formerly belonged to Turkoy were occupied by Ilnly when sho The loosing ot Turkish influence ' wos at war with Turkey for tho in Constantinople, has opened up a possession of Tripoli. The occupafascinating opportunity for tho tion was intended lo be temporary continued Italians historian and scholar. There arc but tho untold riches there, in tho base-- . their hold ami havo now been makments of old churches and palaces, ing it the ground for nn oxlcnsinn in tho form of old manuscripts and ot territory out or the disintegratbooks. English scholars are already j ing Turkish Empire. Tho inhabiat work and havo oven now mado tants ot the Island, howovor, are some wonderful llnds. Books sup- fireek and thoy havo declared their posed to ho lost forever have been desiro to belong t0 Orccco and ask recovered. Material abounds for an to bo released from tho control of entire rewriting of tho eastern Eu- - Italy, ' j SPURN "SLAVE" (Continued TREATY EBEUT Trom Pgo One) j ed em normally, assuring tliu populations of IIiom' provinces that ihe government will do Its utmost to ward off the danger threatening them and enumerating the territorial changes proposed In (lie treaty of pence declare: Those encroachments are entirely to tlio principles Iireconollnlile by ' President fiotciimly proclaimed Wilhon." Tlio LoUnl Anzloger Mutes that a note has I icon sent to the entente an. tb.ns requesting that new ponco negotiations be begun nnd that Oerninn prisoners of wnr bo Immeilliitely Muss meetings throughout tlio country have been arranged for Tuesday by the kocltil democratic party to dlsciu tlio terms of pence. Llebkneeht Murder Trial Begun. Berlin? Mny 1'--'. The trial of the alleged murderer of Dr. Karl Llebkneeht nnd Rosa Luxemburg, tho mil-leMiclulUt leuderii, was boguii with den, von Iloffmunn presiding. WORLD NEWS rrom Page One) Boyle County Farm Having purchased a large farm, I will offer for sale privately an ideal blue grass farm of 80 acres, located 6 miles of Danville, Ky on the Lebanon and Danville pike, mile from Parksville, on the L. C& N. R. R., 4 miles from Perryville. All of this farm is now in blue grass and clover except six acres. This place is well improved; good dwelling house of 5 rooms, barns, and all other necessary outbuildings. The outbuildings are all new. This place is well watered both for family and stock. For further information call or write 1- -2 1- -2 , ek No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Win-ohosl- or (Contlnned Once Tried Always Used . inuoh to raiso tho plane of the war and mako it a means to human uplift. Ho lias, moreover, exerted a E. C. EUBANKS Box 43 Parksville, Ky. P v.