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DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY SO, 1019. The Citizen One Dollar and 7:30 9.00 Knowlcdgo is Power and tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is to road a good Newspaper. Vol. XX. Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 18. Commencement To the home folks Commencement Day means just one great moment when John or Mary gets that wonderBut to the college students the Commenceful diploma. ment exercises mean a program of almost a week, beginning Friday, May 30, and closing on Wednesday, June 4. The College invites you one and all to this feast of good things. (fiuittinrurriurtit (Uulntitar May 28, Wednesday-Conc- ert World News Tho members of I ho Peace Conference aro not disposed to yloM rrndily lo the counter demands of tho Gorman. Willi Iho oxcpption of some minor changes thojr re fused to altor (ho tonus and have hron abh to answer Iho points raised. Tho timo (3 rapidly drawing to n close and ho Germans must pilhcr sign or stand Iho ennsoquen-cc- s. Troops are hping hold in readiness for action if needed. A Commission in Germany which has had under investigation tho niso of Captain Fryntt have render-p- il a decision that it was judicial murder. Tho case of the English nurse, Miss Cavoll, ought lo he referred to the same Commission as Ihey seem lo have somo sense of tho fitting. In time all of the questions that have arhen during the war will receive attention. by Harmonia Society May 30, Friday Memorial Day Exercises by Training School Memorial Addrens REV. R. I 130 730 7O0 . TELFORD. D.D., Richmond. Kr. Address to Literary Societies REV. IRVINE MAURER, Columbiu. O. May 31, Saturday Academy Graduation Juttr 1. frrrnum tn (firafntutru iturm Address to Religious Societies 10.45 730 REV. JOHN Q. A. McDOWELL. D.D, D.n.ill.. Kr. June 2, 3, Monday and Tuesday Oral Examinations by Harmonia Society (repeated) June 2, Monday-Conc- ert 3,'Tuesday Foundation School Graduation June Reunion of College Alumni Normal Graduation Exercises .... Columbi. 730 lt50 730 730 Jmtr A. fllruttriifian; (TiimutritrrmrHt Procession Graduation Exercises Commencement Address PROF. WM. N.w YoikCitr W. D. WEATIIERFORD. Ph.D., Nh.ill.. C DACLEY, Ph.D.. ... ... 8:10 830 to 12.00 College Alumni Banquet .... 130 Unirtr 000 The governments have purchased land for tho buildings to be crecleil in Geneva for the offices and assembly roms of the League of Nations. That looks like an act of confidence and should give hope to the friends of tho League, TJie land lies in a beautiful situation along the Lake and there will bo amplo 'space for grounds. The price wai j high but the expenditure will bo moro than justified. Ileports aro not favorable to tho welfare of the Holshcviki in Russia. There ' some indication that they have met serious defeat3. They have been driven from Mos cow and arc being hard pressed In I'etrograd. Meanwhile, there Is talk of recognition by tho allies of the governments of the opposing generals, provided they agreo lo call a constitutional assembly. Invest in Yourself Invest in yourself this summer. The Mountain It will Summer School will pay you big dividends. help you step up higher. All the doors of Berea are open wide for you. Seventy courses of study invite you. A great group of teachers will welcome you. Free moving pictures' and out-dogames await you. The biggest college library in Kentucky is open to you. The best young people of the mountains will befriend you. or farm and how to keep house, how to sing and to speak. Your school, your home, your farm, your whole life will benefit from an investment in yourself this summer. You can learn how to teach and to study, how to on V mmmxmmmmmm rSvsHr; U. S. News A movement is under way among Iho people of Germany to secure mi Y the right for tho former Emperor to return to his country and to make provision for a place whore be may livo in peace. The royal family of Austria are living In Switzerland. Perhaps it is just as well tlmta cood many of these representatives of the old order of things should bo whero they will come closo under the eye of the League of Nations. Ireland is trying to bring pressure on England by making a threat to oppose the war settlements un- Summer School Course on Social Service in the Mountains Especially Oifrrt 4 ii Designed tat M.iuUla for Teachers and Social Siaair Scbool this Workers lime jr (or lt (irit Six Lectures by President FroJt. Six lectures by Dean McAllister. Four Round Tables a week conducted by Dr. and Dr. Raymond: Raine History of the Mountain Region. Intensification of Rural Conditions. Innate and Traditional Honor, Courtesy, and Principle ol the Mountain People. Their Prepossessions and Attitudes Program for approach and helpfulness touching Schools and Education, Agriculture and Home Science, Religion and Community Activities. CONTENTS PAGE AnCommencement nouncement nml Program. Editorinl: Invest in Yourself. School AnnounceMountain World 'News; U. S. ment. News; Stato News. Kentucky News BOLSHEVIK! TO QUIT PETROGRAD Blow Up Ammunition Dumps Con-tinu- e A Hard Shock (or Dad en 1. Contriy Mlowing cultured (?) terms: School News. ' tako it from me, grambuted Articles, by James K. KelMotzgcr. mar was not my long suit. On tho ly and Oren start 1 was up against it hard. Current Could not get it through my noodlo. Serial Story. PAGE 3. Events. Fell down every timo I went to Adver- class. Finally I says to myself, look PAGE 4. Local News and here, old kid, it's up to you. You'vo tisement!). got lo cut out tho funny business Editorial Jottings and and tako a brace or you'll sco your PAGE S. Local Items. finish, llrst thing you know. Well. I studied, believe me. Anil say Farm and Homo Depart PAGE 6. when it camo to tho llnal oxams. ments. Did I lose out? Not on your tin Sunday School Lesson. type. I was right thero with bells PAGE 7. Some on. There was certainly somo class Famous Peace Treaties. Dyuamlo Forces in Achieve- to Hie' way I answered those qulz-lerA cold mark of ninety-llv- o ment. when it was all over. Not so worse, PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Cor- - jeh? Can you boat't? How did I respondonco. do it? I don't know. You can ' search me. Hut any how it's going Nono of 'em's got 'A GOOD FOUNTAIN PEN AND some. ch. dad? anything on 1110 when It comes to TlfE CITIZEN FOR ONE YEAR, $3.00 grammar, that's a cinch." And por- -' Attractivo features for students, haps il is not at all suprising that tho townspeople anil those in tho j all that father was able to gasp was? rural districts. A real homo paper "Gel the liooK!" a, a reasonable price PAGE 2. . s'. ' esteemed exchange prints a conversation which took place a father and his son who had (Of Just returned from school. course ho was not a Berea student . Upon being asked by "dad" how ho stood in grammar, ho replied in An this year that Instead Over four hundred of tho vessels usual strain, sunk by tho Germans in British of tho "Sweot, sweet, sweet, very merry waters betweon January, 1915, and It is noted Hong-sparro- choor," liw is singing, "Wheat, wheat, wheat, very, very dear." May, 10IH, have already lieen s anThe Treasury Department reKentucky's strawberry crop ported short this yepr. The berrn s nounces that the Victory Liberty are selling nt higher uncc3 than Loan was oversubscribed $750,000,-00- 0, a total of 12,000,000 subscribers have ever been known. having taken bonds. Senator Stanley has been apnavy seaplane The American pointed to ho a member of the ComNC-- i, piloted by Commander Reid, Commarco. in Inter-stat- o mittee He had desired this assignment has completed the (light from tho above all others and is elated over Azores to Lisbon, Portugal, thui the fact that tho Democratic Steer- winning. for tho United States navy ing Committee chose him for this the honor of making the first overseas llight. Fast time was made on berth. the entire flight. Tho Curlin Raincoat Company, a for" All American soldiers in France, local corporation capitalized $50,000 has started excavating preexcept the regulars, who will reparatory to construction of tlireo main as tho nrmy of occupation, factory buildings on lots recently will havo sailed homeward by June purchased in East Hickman, Ky. 12, according to tho present schedTho contractors hopo to have tho ule, Gengral March announced. plant ready lo start operation in Sixty per cent of the army is demobilized now. July. Machinery and nil equipment has Hawker and Grieve, British aviabeen ordered. tors who loft Newfoundland on The High School Hiblo Studv their effort to fly across tho AtContest for silver trophies offered lantic, dropped into the ocean and by the Slate Y. M. C. A. has JuU were picked up alivo by a Danish closed, after ono of tho most excit- steamer, which reached a port in ing races In tho history of this Scotland. Both fliers aro in perfect event. Cynthlana wins tho sweep -- health and will win tho $25,000 stakos cup with only 3(5 points consolation prize offered by a Lonabend of Franklin. Nichnlasvillo don paper. They dropped near the won this cup last year. Cynthlana steamer, which was not quipped nlso wins nnd keeps tho cup offered with wireless. They have gono to London. They arrived thero Tuesfor schools of its class v ith lin n closo second, Paris third, and day evening. Their machine was Maysvillo fourth. In schools of Hie not salvagde. third class. Heath was first, win Democrats will ask Prosldont ning a cup also, with narbourvllle a closo second, Nicholasvillo third, Wilson for a doflnllo statement his nosiiton on Hie third and Ml. Sterling fourth. term. Senator Cummins will .start Children less than li vears of ago on a lour of tho country soon to nro forbidden lo work before or af- -, organize Democratic forces, for the lor school, during school hours or 1P20 camnalKH nnd leaders aro anx during the vacation period, or, in ious to know whether Wilson will fact, at any time, in any factory, be a candidate. It is tho opinion of ...til win usuup, ... , III.. usiuii- - the maioritv that ho wil ot con null, muriiiiiiiiu nnl. sent to enter tho race. MoAdoo, lishment, office, printing establishment, bakery, laundry, restaurant, Cox, Ohio, and Attornoy General hotel, apartment houso, theatre, Palmer aro mentioned as leading motion plcturo establishment, or in Democratic candidates. . I as less she is given the thinus ?ho asks for. Tho Irish Parliament still sits without interference from England and Enelnnd has been doing her best to give Ireland Home Rule. The curious tiling about it is that Ireland does not agreo in regard to what sho does want. (CoaUsnaa o Ftftm) (CoaUaoad oa raft WfM) Labor conditions in tho Argentine Rcpuhlio aro interesting. Thero exists an uplift to tho causo of Iho working man that has come about POPULACE TURNS ON "REDS" naturally and is not affected by Bolshevism. Wages aro high and business is prosperous. Host of all Machlne-GuFiring Heard and Part tho workmen are not disposed to of City Reported In Flames take undue advantage but aro reAmerican Railroad Men Aid strained by self control. Tho trade Allied Advance. of tho Argentine is growing and London. Slnv 20. Great fires ami there is a promiso of much more loud explosions have occurred In nnd ahead. around I'etrograd. according 10 report forwarded by the Dally Stall's correGermany has laken steps to prespondent nt llelslngfors under date of vent tho passing of tho strip of terThursday. ritory called S'ilesia from Russia to It Is iH'llevi-that the holMievlUl, advunce, uri Poland. This cession of land sho iiri'ss.'il hv tho Esthonian destroying the munitions in I'etrograd. greatly resents at tho hands of tho nring w Peaco Congress. It is full of reThe sound of muchlne-Kii- n hIkh heiinl. clvliis rise to the belief sources and tho population is largethat the populuee. has risen ugulnst the ly German. Troops in considerable tolsIievlki. forco aro said to be congregating Unable to Check Enemy. and the entrance of tho Poles is to A erent chance bus coino over tho ho resisted by forco according to situation In Kuxsln through the xuc- reports. cesses of the various antloolHliovlK tho Olllclul and unoMdul forces there. Japan seems to bo Influenced to news of the last few days has shown Unit TetroKtud Is closely threutened some extent by tho criticisms of by the udvance of the Finns und bor policy in Korea and is considon either side of the Gulf of ering tho granting of a greater d Finland, und by that of General measure of Home Rule to that counIn the region of Lake Onega, is the on the Arch- try. Something of that kind while bolshevik attacks In addition least that she can in decency do in angel front have ceased. the holshevlkl apparently have been that matter but thero is no reason unuble to check the advance of Admi- to believe that this would satisfy ral Kotchak's forces west of the Urals. the Koreans who aim at complete The Dully Telegraph says that the independence. Their passivo reBritish anil allied policy of helping the sistance is carried on wth a good Itusslan opponents of the holshevlkl ,0 deal or ability both inside and outhelp themselves still remains In force. of tho country. It says thut the situation today Is that side the movement led by Kolchuk Is In a American of Tho resumption fair way to stamp out bolxhevlsm. Admiral Kolelmk. It U added. Is be- tourist travel in Europe Is.flxed for ing assisted by Hrltlsh noncomtmtant January, 1920. troops commanded by Col. John Ward, a luborlte and socialist, During tho flrst olevon months of Yanki In Thick of Fight Imported Archangel. May 20. American lm Great Britainworth of ninety butter. millions pounds' nwl M n May-nar- Esthonian Troops Advance. The Mountain Summer School it the Bigg ttt Chahc for Pleasure and Profit. See Pag Two and Six. Page Two THE CITIZEN THE LACKING SIDE WHERE IS OUR May 20. 10IW. School News from Various Departments ACADEMY ENTERTAINS FOUNDATION SENIORS "ANTI-TOBACC- O FOUNTAIN or LEAGUE" FOR SUMMER "Anti-Tobacco PLANS DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? . Leaguo" mot The The Arademy Department entor-tniu- rd Foundnlion Seniors' on Sunday afternoon and made plan the llio Academy Csunpus Mnnilay even- for tho summer's work. With Chautauqua Features Tho lolmcco trusts arc strongly ing. They have ued the entrenched. A jolly program was given featuring music, speeches, and contests. soldiers in enlarging the army of BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY TIip program wan vlosod' wtlh tho Ir.bneco users. When public opinion is convinced serving of delightful refreshments. 6 to 11 11 to August 15 of Hie awfullne" of the tobneco OF habit, then will the tobacco trust PROGRAM COMMENCEMENT dissolve. This is the task of Hi FOUNDATION SCHOOL Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business Tho graduating exercises of the tobacco league. An overwhelming Foundation School will be given in public opinion against the unkind men, farmers, discharged soldiers, house-keeper- s, Christhe Tabernacle, Tuesday, .1tino'3rJ, weed must be brought about. tian workers. "Something good for every comer!" Everyone 1910, at 1:30 p.m. Daily discussions of things important for the mounheartily invited. An interesting VETERAN OF EIGHT BATTLES program will be rendered. One liun HERE tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. dred young men and young women hverelt E. Curry, who was nn Beren Faculty includes many of the greatest eduwill receive their certillcates. Academy student hero two years cators and speakers of the south, and summer brings ago has returned from France after Foundation Faculty. having seen two years of STvicc, in other noted' men, moving pictures, entertainments, in which he was n participant in AWARDS GIVEN music. Awards for faithfulness and effi eight battles against the Huns. Sev Berea is religious, "works with all eral of them were famous batth ciency in work (manual , wera followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to given out by President Frost in of the war, such as the Battle of United Chapel, Saturday. About 33 Picardy, Battle of Cantigny, 2nd confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for enBattle of the Marne, Soissons, Ar students received awards. gonne and St. Mihiel. He was also trance that you live in the mountains and are above President Frost talked about Hi fifteen. value of friends. He read the say with the American army of occu inps of a number of the world": pation in Germany for seven weeks Best location, climate and equipment. great men and women concerning In all he was on the front ten Curry was discharged months. Note two things: The studies and entertainments friends and friendship. from the service on the 15th of May are the best, and especially adapted to people from the He will be an Academy senior next mountains. year. Before us came the men And the prices are made right for young folks just good old place for us That made this VOCATIONAL BAGS SECOND GAME Each one of them has been getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." A setter of the pace for us: OF SERIES Rough were the times for some, The second game of the series Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, But they did their best for us. which was played Monday after Each worked that we might come noon was quite a red-hone. Adv.) Berea, Kentucky And work, amidst the rest of us. blacked Vocational the College All together we toil; Pants" with a dose of 2 to 1. Up The worst among the best of us, until the eighth inning the score You Will Meet a P. Kraatz. set 1 to 0 on the College side, tint Some of in the eighth the "Vocs" run in two Mountain Summer School WHAT WILL YOU DO THIS tlatc crackers. Two men got li i f SUMMER? and were on second and third, when Every student in the Mountain homo and by her sheltering kind If you intend to work this sum Bowman drove a (lusher over first Summer School will meet Treasurer ncss they arc kept in school when mer, perhaps these statistics would o starboard. Collins muffed nn Thomas J. Osborne, For thirty otherwise their remaining would be be of intereM to you: Vocational registered two. Then years Mr Osborne has been a Berea impossible. The wheat crop this year is much College failed to do anything in the worker, coming from Ohio to Be The warm, personal touch to be loTger than it has ever been before. first of the ninth. had with Miss Corwin should not The number of men needed to harThe score in detail follows: be slighted by any Summer student. vest the crop in Kansas alone is Vocational and the excellently organized library seO.000. Over 120.000 of these mut H. A.B. of 35,000 volumes should be used lo come from outside the state. Wages Wilson, 2nd h. ! 0 the full. will be from $1.00 to $7.00 per day Clark, c. t i with board included. Oklahoma Bowman, p.s. 4 has planted 3.205, 108 acres; Kansas Fry, Miss Nash 4 0 1st b. 11,000,000 acres. Cutting will begin Combs, p. 3 0 The Mountain Summer School in Southern Kansas about June 15 arsons, 3 0 r.f. has many attractive features but and in Oklahoma earlier. Infor- Hendrix, l.f. t 3 few will surpass in interest tha mation about the harvest fields may ephenson. c.f. 3 spijeial arrangement whereby in be had by writing to U. S. EmployiNowlin. 3rd b. 0 struction in Expression under Miss ment Service. Harvest Headquarters, iT'jhnson,p. 0 Texi ra Nash is made possible for Kansas City, Mo. Berea students. 1 4 Miss Nash is Hie head of the Ex"Y. W." AND "Y. M." MEET ea m lf9, three years before the pression College department of Asbury ColTOGETHER fi or President irost. lie lege, offering a complete A.B. n. H. E. ccming three Tho Young Women's Christian counts his friends by the hundreds. years' course 1 Collins, r.f. 0 o covering debate, draAssociation and tho Young Men's Do not hesitate to lake your trou1 Andes, 2nd b. 5 00 matic art, conversation, vocal InterChristian Association met together Wilson, I 4 3rd b. 0 S bles to Mr. Osborne. pretation, platform art, etc. In no in a joint meeting last Sunday night. Carpenter, 3 c.f. 00 0 Sons,, can this Work he termed Mrs. B. H. Roberts, who has been in Porter, 1st 1 b. 3 0 0 Among the numerous engaging simply "elocution," rather it is the touch with girl widows from India, Hackney, c. 3 0 0 C hose having come to a school of Hays, characters to be met at the Beren scientillc training for professional p. 6 3 o 9 Summer School, the College Libra- and general expression. It not only which sho was principal, talked to fielder f 0o 0 rian, Miss Eupbemia K. Corwin, will improves voice, bearing and poise inent .service nt Christohal, Panama,. miurniiji. oiii" sjiuru ui uiu Weber s il was for three years Assistant 3 0 0 0 bo foremost. She was born in ft but it develops original thinking horrors of the Indian religion and ( ;slni.r f the Beren Bank A Trust .New Jersey country parsonage, and and efficiency. Miss Nash, a native of the great number of people in! t 4 7 until entering preparatory Kchool of Texas, has studied under the I 32 (mpany. (lint nnllnn Tlin prpnf nnnnrliinl Mr Livengood has traveled thru ,lMv famo, f .U' at llfteen years of age she was leading teachers of America and is for service there was flashed before 1,1 P'-'- I most of the serirs J" Saturday taught nl homo by her parents. n graduate of the Dr. S. S. Curry counties the wmng men and women. of Kentucky and Virginia, and has afternoon. will bo a hot one. ' After two years of preparation she School of Expression in Boston, , jOSU made a special study of the offices She numbers her pupil' entered Mojiit Holyoke College a Mass. PICTURES OF CHRIST'S LIFE j a sophomore, Afler one year she among leaders in many states. Mr. President Fairbanks, Bishop Bah- - and of the kind of Commercial Dr. Rainc showed the life of .TRANSLATED FROM THE KOREAN accepted A position as public school Clark Early, who won the Kentucky fcrd, fieneral O. O. Howard, Bishop Courses which will most efficiently Christ in pictures in the Vocational j The following poem was written I P. A. Oratorical Contest here at Vincent, and Chun Stuilobaker, and lit young men and women to do Korean. It now hangs framed in Chapel Sunday night. The picture Berea last year and who won the needles to say the inlliience of the good work in them. were made from copies of paint ,,ie r00m of Korea's Korean student . Interstate contest and is now pre- - years pent in Mr. Day's office had complied with our request for ings of a groat painter, awl Vvero oaring for the National biennial an important part in shaping the WORD FROM REV. L. M. SPARKS prepared especially for Dr. Itainc.l" translation. The poem oxprcsses I ntest. is a graduate of Miss Nash's eharnctor and ambitions of young The Ilev. Spnrks has sent tn hu The beautv of the artist's handiwork Kie feelings of a man who Is leav- to The Citizen. Ho is rlriictton and gives her the credit Livengood. He often says that the and the "wonderful internretation n.' his native land, while she is snf- for his remarkable record in public experience of that office was worth now pastor of the Christian Churclr sore hardships, and going in thru Dr. Raine's personality made f'rihK more thnn his college courso to of Tollesboro, Ky., and two small !l caking. a land where ht) can be free t) i this chapel exercise a very ' country churches near there. Mrs. The Abury College bulletin on him. gain an education with which to ono. . ,. 4 Aside from his experience in Sparks, formerly Bertha Kralrer. is her department says of Miss Nnsh: ' fight for tho liberty of his courtry ." I t"i 'she merits a iiniiiie place, her ex Cleveland, Mr. Livengood worked in, Hie proud mother of an tl months' ' MANY ALUMNI TO VISIT traordinary personality, her interest the Passenger Department of the old son, named John Edwin Snarks Prospects are that an unusually Departing Song p sparks spoke appreciatinglv and her earnest progressive servico' Southern Railway in Jacksonville.) large number of College Alumni I are apt items of educational im- - Florida;, in the offices of the I lorida of Heron's improvement and stated will be present for tho Reunion, H was pleasant that the last night's portance," It is certain Hint any Fnt Coast Railway at St. Angus - lint l( m, mlluenced several stu June 3 and t. Among those coming rain Summer student who avails himself tine; m the I'nited States Govern- - dents lo come here to school are the following: Albert D. Hanson, Mado tho willows beautiful by teacher in West Plainfleld, X. J., Wm. R. Barton. D P.. Rev. Geo. T. tho traveller's road. where she remained four years. SENIORS AT WELLESLEY IN HOOP ROLLING CONTESTS McColluin. Miss Lottie Osborne, Mr. courses nt Later she pursued II Ethel Todd Clark. Mis May Harri- Tonight I depart Shanghai under Rutgers Co liege In tWS she enter-ison, Mrs. Minnie Jones Steonrod. tho silvery moon light; tho library school at Albany, N. Y. Miss Louise Frey, Miss Maggie Tomorrow I will pass thru the For one year sho was assistant in Taulhee. Miss Myrtle Slarns. Jerome clouds of tho Yellow Sea. the publie library at Utica, N. Y, Faslham, Miss Alice Donegan, Bur-n- ie and then for four years was assist-an- t Ill Franklin. Creed Harrison, Miss Tho heroes nro rising to win the librarian of Union Seminary. Fmlello N'unn, Theodore S. Clayton, New York City. While there she victory In tho world war, Harlan Mnfz, Wm. Dean F.mbree. And the whole globe is shaking heard President Frost speak for the Leonard Mcece. from tho thunder of tho guns. second time and deep interest in IV the MuiHiern inoiMilain region wa PRESIDENT CALFEE HONORED What will it moan to my dear op- created, and she desired tn help in I ho work of Berea. Tho Berea friends of President pressed country In t0(i;t she beJ F Calfee of Ahovill. N. C. for- When tho crusade of Liberty' came librarian in Beren. ears merly of the Beren faculty, will he borons is flmfched? Inter she became an alumnus . ,r Heinterested In learn that his Alma V. len Coflog. and since that tune has Mater, Park fiollnge, Ma, has con- Oil. my doar Country I Ponlnsula litn among the alumni ni"t lyal ferred on him tho degree of Doctor at tho East I Mid devoted upMrlei-s- . Ti.iveluu k ' Laws. I am snd to depart from thou fat libraries to circulate where needeij Doctor Calfeo has well earnei ten years. among counties without these facilthis honor by years of srvieo as a ities have been inaugurated bv Miss broad mlndml wluentor in KenMOVE UP DAY fliirwin aiul at least forty such litucky, Tswinssoo anil olsewhore Wednesday was move up day. braries are M'nl out each year. Wo eoBgratnlato Doetor Galfno Thp classes look their affirm) There is never a year without Si'i.iorh c Willi Mty roiieut t l, slug hoops uiro tho cuinpux in hoop roll l'oiiichi, ono of tliv inoL populur uviuta upon tho merited recognition that movo into their new standing. Fit- seeral students being housed and .it Hie Jlny day proyium. Tliu homim went to Mltsu Jiinu MuMIiuwh of Concord, .Y II. his Servians havo received. ting programs wero rendored. assisted by Mish Corwin at her Attend Mountain Summer School June July and July 1 non-sectaria- n, ot the People at the 1 1 n 1 YOUTH? James E. Kelty Oron Metgzer U Beren College to lose n great Wlmt good Is n college diploma lesson taught by the War? Is the universal rebirth of youth, lo one who is doomed In tho misery Of what value Is who were fading, flabby, purpose- of or Economics tn one whoso less, and weak-wille- d, Into men of How growth, stamina vision and decp-llxe- d ilal imwers are depleted? convictions, to be lost? TIio.jo could one hope lo be a force tn the convictions have been established cotiimunily or in the nation when by men seeing what can really tie lc must slniPKlc continually against ! . done and how one can be trans- .......... .11. iiimii u the fart Beren College ncglecl formed when nil of his faculties are trained. Is Beren College allow- Hint a Imninn being Is three-foling her youths lo bury the "talent Oh ! An expert is employed to giv ot physfipie." permitting even "that the best combination of foods; there which he halh" to slip nway? (Such u a great hospital, and nn excellent questions confront Hie thinking stu-de- nl doctor. Yes. But tho human man. . If not, he must htve some chine i like n great electrlcnl Feed tho steam engines nl) means of developing this temple of (iod in which he lives, so that In- the best kind of fuel Dial can be dynamoc keep tho stead of carrying a weak, nenemlc producd; and clogged body through life, he in Hie besi of repair, yet never harshould have a body worthy to be ness the engines to the dynr.mos-iinthe abode of an educated mind. how much power Is produced? Our Institution sorely needs a i.f what dynnmic value is Hie ost' person thorougly trained in the ein? ' science of developing and making How often tins the remark been over people physically, as well as heard on the campus. "I Just feel re spiritually; also there should be as though I nm rotting here"? provided a suitable building dedithe young people with Hie cated to this missionary work. As stooped choiildors. the old look, Hit i! is, Berea stands for a two-sidpnlches on Hie side of their heads, triangle. and the bad colds. (5o into the doc-t- c r's office and see the great crowds of this special, course under Miss that come lo be doctored. Is it not Nash will greatly profit by it. See n shame that the virile youn page six for special rates for Ihij mountaineers must come here to sit course. down in a Doctor of Divinity nt- 4 lV hiosphere and Hint the lack of the Frank M. Livengood, director ofnrtion and spirit Of youth Poou tho School of Commerce, was born have to go to tho repair shop M on a farm in Portage county, Ohio, "sbacklety" pieces of machinery, to of pioneer slock. His father, a be patched up? country school tencber, died when "Know thyself." said a wle old Frank was four years old, and his Orecian philosopher. What does n mother, n college-traine- d woman. Berea stildent know about died when he was llfteen. Doing mentabnlism, the farm work nt home and for neigh nerve center, the crea- bors, he got whnt schooling was to tinn .of nerve force? It seems that m be had in the school on a there Is only one class in physicorner of the home farm, and com ology in the whole school, and that pleted the four year course in High is in the Foundation Department. School at Ravenna, O. He then enHow wonderful it is to be in an tered the Spencerian Commercial institution where there is no tobacSchool at Cleveland, O., where he co, no great temptations. Yet, is completed both the Bookkeeping this no! purely negative? Whero and the Shorthand courses. Cominsr is the posiiue means to supe!. Berea he graduated from the o -rabundanthealth and power? ti .. , in 1005. A recent visitor, Dr. Wm. A. Mr. Livengood's business experi of Kansas State University, ence has been unusually varied and !.ked: "Where is your swimming extensive for a commercial teach pool?" And where is the office of er. Wlnle in C eve and he worked the Dean of the Department of in the offices of the American Steel Phyiciil Education? Where is Wire Company, the Shelby Steel our Physical Culture Lecture lube Company, and the Imperial mum? Where is our director Pre;.s, and was for three years pri of piny and exercise? Ob. there vate secretary lo Wilon M. Day, at is Hie captain of Hie bae-bn- ll that time the President of the team. My! Isn't he vitally Ihamber of Commerce and the di supreme? Yes. n little draft would recting head of the Chautauuuo In give him a bad cold that he would stitution. Mitrer with for days. Mr. Day was a close personal We must have a Deparlment of friend of President McKinley, Vice- - Physical Education where our students can learn nbout themselves. How many of our boys and girl Me anything but illiterate nbout thc-est ion of sex. Hops Beren Col- -I ge tnrh us to be young or old?' I Hie wise consider. irn :, ,. d. ays-Ur- d No-li- ed pneu-mo-gast- one-roo- Col-leg- . Mc-Kee- 1 'J 1 hT I lus-oio- us T" Says the Student, "I've More Friend in Berea Than Even in My Own Home District" Mny 21), 1010. THE crriZEN Again tlio voice or the hound, which hnd been ringing In the distant hills, was coming nearer. "Wo must keep wntch another deer Ih coming," said the senator. We hnd only a moment's wntch before a fine yearling buck came down to the opposite shore and stood looking across the river. The senator raised his rifle nnd flred. The buck fell In the edge of tho water. "How shall wo get him?" my friend asked. "It will not bo difficult," I answered as I began to undress. Nothing was difficult those days, swajn the river nnd towed the buck ncros with n beech withe In his gnmhrel Joints. The hound Joined mo before I wns half across with" my burden nnd nosed the carcass nnd swnra on ahead yelping with delight Wo dressed the deer and then I had the great Joy of carrrylng him en my bnck two miles across the country to the wagon. The senator wished to Hend a guide for the deer, but I Insisted that the carrying wns my privilege. "Well, I guess your big thighs nnd brood shoulders can stand it," snld he, "My uncle has always said that no mon could be culled a hunter until he enn go Into the woods without a guide nnd kill a deer and bring It out on his hack. I want to be able to testify that I am nt least partly qualified." "Your uncle didn't sny nnythlng about fetching the deer across a deep river without a boat, did he?" Mr. Wright asked me with a emlle. Leaves of the beeches, maples nnd yellowed by frost hung basswoods like tiny lanterns, glowing with noonday light, above the dim forest aisle which we traveled. The sun wns down when we got to Page Thrw. limit." However, the Oermnrn choose to remember nit her his former stnnd and on thnt and the I'oiirfeen Points, they bnse most of their objections to the treaty terms, Those points nre especially cinplmslzed In the stntetnent Issued Inst week by the Kehnldemnnn cabinet wblrh snvs Oermnny cannot possibly accept the trenty n Whnt the Oertnnns renlly will do nbout the trenty Is still. the subject of much speculation. Opinion In Paris Hint they ultimately will sign Is unchanged, nnd Is supported by ndvlro from llerlln to the effect that n powerful party Is growing there In fnvor of submitting to the allies nnd gaining pence Hint will permit the resumption of business. In this the Independent Soclnllsts are Joined by bunkers, merchants and mnny others, who sny that anything would be preferable to In Washington It Is believed Hint the Khert government may retire temporarily In order to let n dummy government upprnvp the trenty. The dummies thereupon would be ousted by public opinion nnd the Kliert crowd could return, hut the trenty would have been signed. It mny be thnt final ratification of the treaty will be delayed by the notion of the United Slnttjs senate, which bos begun debate on the league of nations covennnt. Some Hepubllenn lenders wish to notify the pence conference formally that the covenant must Iip amended and should be separated from the pence treaty of which It Is now nn Integral part. It Is certain too. thnt tho peace terms will be nt length by the senate. Senator Hitchcock nnd other supporters of the government nre convinced that t both the treaty nnd the league will be ratified by the .senate. scni-tlnlzecove-min- THE LIEUT IN THE OLFARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Germans Given Another Week to Complete Their Protests Against the Treaty. ALLIES CONCEDING NOTHING Ironic Replies to Brockdorff-Rantzau'Notes Displeased American Ex perts Resign Wilson's Stand on Wartime Prohibition SufArouses Storm frage Winning In Congreia. s .mil point to the fuel thnt 'irgnnly.allon Is supplying Poles deny the neenrncy of the stories their relief food nnd clothing to Jew and gentile nllke. Itecent news from the near Unst ny l.enln" nnd Trotzky have established iilrplnne oomiiiiinlontlnri with Hie n communists nnd nre urging lleln Kim to hold out nt nil costs, promising nld n soon as they get possession of Itoumnnln. The Ited nrmy. It Is asserted, bus orders to burn Itudnpest nnd scatter If too hard pressed. Mennwhllo nn government hns been set up nt Anul. Hungnry. nnd tho belief that It hns the backing of tho nllles Is continued by Hip orrlviil there of Oen. I'nuichof dT'pcrey for tho purpose of directing n new movement ngnlnsf Iludapest. Lenlne Is quoted ns declnrlng he will mnke clnss worfnre until capitalism Is destroyed nnd the whole world Is one In brotherhood. Admiral Kolchnk bus been notified Hint the allies will recognize the government nt Omsk as soon ns It Is firmly estnbllshed nnd n constituent Is- formed, nnd be has replied that be Is striving bopefnlly toward that end. It Is said only fW.OOO of the Czecho-Slovntroops who went to Itussln nre left, nnd these- nre making their wny to their homes In nohemln. Hun-gnrlnly k IRVING DACHELLEPw . I UUI MOtDtft Ml AND I, DACKEl Of THI WiSUD BU UUMMO UP VITH UZZlt. ITC, ETC 4 SYNOPSIS. r...ti'i?.foa2 CTtAPTnri naynea, orphan. takan (a llva with Mi urrcla, Teabody Aunl ,e' on '"f"1 S?W." ln nUKhborhood callxd Lick- - ally Ounkelbarif. about hla own aae. but oclalljr of a claaa above tha Ilijrna, and la faaclnated by tha pretty fca and nna clothra. CHAPTnn mfU Itovlnc neighborhood na the .kr,?wn Hllant Woman," Amoi Orlmahaw, young; on of the rlcheat man In the townahlp, ,he v'?J,0.r home, and Hovlng telta the fortune of the two bora, predicting a bright future for Bar. ton and death on the xallowa for Amoi. for an act of boylih mlachkf Ilarton run a away. Intending to make his Jiome with the Iunkelberg. He reaches the village of Canton and falla Into a Bleep of ethauatlon on a porch, Then be la found by Bllaa Wright. Jr., proml-peman In public affair, who, knowing Teabooy Ilayna, takra Ilarton homo a tar buying him new clothea. ..! '' . JV-Sl- "nea (I tpd funt vUlt Canton and hear right read a, sermon. V CHAPTER . IH-nar- ton and Ma uncle tillaa Wright evince, ,LI7E,. In laa Interest Ilarton, and eeada a bo of book a and magailnea to the llaynea 'lomf: .Tn" ''"""on of Bllaa Wright to the United State senate la announced. ClIAPTnrt Ilarton la twelve old he becomea awnre of the rx latenca of a wonderful and materloua power known aa "Money," and learna how, through hla poaieoelon of that wonderful thing (lrlmahaw la the moat power, ful and greatly dreaded man In the moll of the pettier being In hla debt After a vlalt to the Ilaynn home lir. Wright leavra a note In a aealed en. velope. which Ilarton la to rad on tho Crat night when ha leavea home to attend achooL rear nen Sllus Wright arrived In Canton tint drove up to our home. Ho reached our door nt eight In tho morning with. Id hound und rifle. He had aged rapidly Hlikco I had seen him last. Hit hair was almost white. There wert many new lines In his face. H coined mora grave and dignified. H did not lapso Into tho dialect of hit fathers when he siMke of the nnclcnl pesttmcs of hunting and fishing nn Ik liml been wont to do. "Hart," he snld when tho greeting! were over, "IcI'h you and roe go and upend n day In tho woods. I'll leave my man here to help your uncle while you're gone." We went by driving south n few miles nnd trnmplng In to the foot ot tho stlliwater on our river a trnll long familiar to me. Tho dog left us noon after we took It and begun to range over thick wooded hills. We sat down among small, splrelikc spruces at tho river's edge with a long stretch of water In sight whllo the music of the hound's voice enmo faintly to our ears from the distant forest. "Oh, I've been dreaming of thin for a long time," said the senator as he leaned hack ngalnst a tree and filled Ills lungs und looked out upon tho water, green with Illy pads along the edge and !lecked with tho last of the white blossoms. "I believe you want to leuve this lovely country." "I am waiting for tho call to go," CHAPTEIl la aaked to drive a load to mill, arrlvea aafely, but In a anowitdTm. unable to are the road, the horiea get Into the ditch and a wheel of the wagon la broken. Unole Peabody managea to get together nough to aatlafy Orlmahaw and obtain an extension. Vl-na- rton I said. "Well. I'm Inclined to think you ore the kind of man who ought to go," he answered slrssst ssdly. "You are needed. I have been waiting until we should meet to congratulate you on your behavior at Coblesklll. I think you have the right spirit thnt Is tho matter. You will encounter strange company In the game of politics. Let me tell you a story." He told me mony stories of his llfo In Washington, Interrupted by a sound like thnt of approaching footsteps. We censed talking and presently n flock of partridges enmo neur us, pacing along over the mut of leaves In a leisurely fashion. We sat perfectly still. A young cock bird with his beautiful run standing out, like the hair on the back of a frightened dog, strode townrd us with a comic threat In his manner. It seemed as If he wero of half a mind to knock us Into tho river. Hut we sat as still as stumps and ho spared us und went on with the others. The haying of the hound was nenrer now. Suddenly we saw n big buck come down to the shore of the cove near us and on our side of the stream. He looked to right and left. Then he made a long leap Into the water nnd waded slowly until It covered him. Ho raised his nose und laid his nntlers buck over his shoulders and swam quietly downstream, his nose Just showing above tho water. His nntlers were like n hit of driftwood. If we had not seen him tnko tho wnter his antlers might enslly hnve pnssed for a bunch of dend sticks. Soon the buck slowly lifted his head und turned his neck nnd looked nt both shores. Then very deliberately he resumed his placo under water und went on. We wutched hi in as he took the farther shore below us nnd made off In the woods again. "1 couldn't shoot nt him. It was such a beautiful bit of politics," sold Uio rear Ilarton accompanlea "Mr lurvla." the hired man, to the poetofflce at Can ton. On the way they meet a rider, and the htghwayman'a CIIAPTKrt H-N- ow In hla aliteenth the three Jouroey together. They are held up by a man with a gun, who maJcca demand of "Your money or your life." Iurvla runa away, while the atranger drawa a platol. but before he can uie It the robber ahoota and kill htm. Ilarton'a horse throw him and runa away. Aa the murderer bndt over the etranifer Ilarton throwa a atone which he obeervea wounda the thief, who makea off at once, hut not until narton had noted that hla gun atock waa broken In a peculiar manner. Hearch of the neighborhood for the robber la unavailing knd the atranger la burled. leavea home to CHAITKU attend Michael Ilacket'a achooL Amoi Orlmahaw la arreated charged with the murder of the atranger. VTII-Bar- tnn cape. to eecka CHAPTER bribe Ilarton to be allent about hla wounding the murderer of, the man killed on tho road. The offer la spurned. CHAPTER of lien Orlm-haaeek to kidnap Ilarton, or do worae. lie la warned by ''Silent Kate." and w Xl-U- ncle -- Peabody, Aunt CHAPTER eel and the nclghbora celebrated Chrlat- 'Old Kate" la one of the party. ton and Bally CHAPTER formally pledge their troth. Xll-ItarDun-kalbe- Kate'a allent but CHAPTER XHt-O- ld of Old Snrelentlng purautt goaded Den Orlmahaw beyond endurand ance, Orlmahaw dlea as the "Silent Woman" point at him. geta a latter ton CHAPTER from "Roving Kate" which neartena him Immensely, although at the time be doesn't understand It. CHAPTER XV Tlarton tnovea from boyhood Into manhood, and chooaea his own road. XIV-nnr- meeta the mother CHAPTER XVI-- He of Hllaa Wright, and learna the atory of Kate Fullarton, "Wandering Kate." . After dinner T trU'IT to put on norm of my old clothes, but found that iuj nakedness Iiud ho expanded Unit the would not cover It, ho I hitched mj white iiutro on tlio tqirtng wagon und drove to tho vitiligo for my trunk, Kvery week day nftor thnt I worked In the fields until the senator arrived In Clinton about tho middle of August On one of those happy duyo I received n letter from old Kate, dated, to ui) urprlxe, In Saratoga. It said : "Dear Ilarton Ilaynes: I thought would let you know thnt my father li senator. Soon tho hound reached the cove's edge nnd swum tho river and ranged up nnd down the bank for half an hour before he found tho buck's trail 1 dead. I liavo come hero to rent und huve found Home work to do. I am bet ter now. liavo seen Sally. She Is verj beautiful und kind. Sho does not know that I urn tho old witch, I have changed no. The others do not know U li better that way. I think It was tin Lord that brought tno here. lie has i way of taking caro of some people my boy. Do you remember when I bo gun to cult you my boy you were verj little. It Is long, long ago since I first Haw you In your father's dooryard you said you were going to mill on i butterfly's back. You looked Just as thought my by would look. You gavi me a kiss. What a wonderful gift ti was to me then I I began to Icve you I have no one elso to think of now. nope you won't mind my thinking m much of you. "Ood bless you, "KATE FUXXEUTON.- -I understood now why the stronj will and singular Insight of this worn an had so often exercised themselvet la my behalf. I could not remembei the far day and the happy clrcumstance of which she spoke, but I wrott her a letter which must have warmed i brboart I am sure. . again. "I've seen nmrv a rascal, driven to water by the hounds, go swimming away as slyly ns that buck, with their horns In the air, looking ns Innocent ns a bit of driftwood. They come In from 4ioth shores tho Whig and the Democratic and they are always shot at from one bunk or tho other." I remember It surprised me a little to hear him say that they came In from both shores. "Just what do you want to do!" he asked presently. "I should like to go down to Washington with you and help you ln any wuy that I can." "All right, purtner we'll try it," he answered gravely. "I hope Oiat I don't forget und work you us hard as I work myself. It wouldn't be decent. I have u greut ninny letters to write. I'll try thinking out loud while you take them down In sound-hand- . Then you can draft them neatly und I'll sign them. You have tact and good manners and can do many of my errands for me and rave me from those who have uo good reason for taking up my time." "You will meet the best people and the worst. There's Just a chance that It may coma to something worth while who knows? You are young yet. It s will be good training and you will the making of some history now and then." What elation I fell I Tjt-nes- President Wilson's messnge enbled from Paris nnd rend to congress ns In sembled extraordinary session, made various recommendations for dothe clearing. east. mestic legislation, most of which hnd "What a day It has been I" said Mr. been anticipated 'by the cnucus proWright when we were seated In the The nnswers of the nllles to the gram of the ltepubllcnns, who control Wagon. s notes already submitted by the An Interesting fact concerning the both houses. These Include the ques"One of the best In my life," I could not have given the lutter peace negotiations hns Just developed tion of labor. Hie revision of taxes, with a Joy ln my henrt the like the experts nttnehed to of foreign trade, the return of which I hnve rarely known ln these much encouragement ns to results. A number of delegation hnve resigned When they complained of the taking ot the Amerlcnn of telegraph und telephone lines to mnny years that have come to roe. to their owners, the settlement of the We rode on In silence with the calls mines and nitrate beds they were told declaring the trenty Is unncceptnlile were railroad question nnd the adoption of of the swamp robin nnd the hermit j the trenty did not prevent their buying them In mnny respects. They woman suffrage. Mr. Wilson added tnken over to gather historical, racial thrush ringing In our cars as the night minerals and nitrates from other los-prohibiwhen they objected to the and other data, nnd they nssert that the advice that the fell. "It's n good time to think, and there of their mercantile shipping nnd the the mnss of Informntlon they hnnded tion law, which goes Into effectso July by 1, be nmended or repealed In fur we take different roads," snld my consequent loss of employment for In hns not been used or even rend that the delegates. They more than Inti- as It applies to beers and wines. Tor a friend. "You will turn Into the future their sailors, they were reminded com-mate that the framing of the pence day or so the "wets" were Jubilant over the nllles were not thus nearly and I into the past." pensnted for their losses due to subtrenty degenerated quickly Into a proc- this pnrt of the messnge, but the "drys" Wilson' promptly declared their Intention to nnd thnt marine ravages; nnd when they said Tv been thinking nbout your Oermnny would be unable to feed her ess of bargaining surrender Mr. Idenls prevent nny such notion ns the presihis wns compelled to uncle," he sutd by and Uy. "Ho Is one ugrlcultural In order to pu' dent recommended, nnd took steps to of the greatest men I hnve ever known. 'population If deprived of reduction of one after another. across his mnln Iden of n tongue of put Into effect the measure ns It You knew of thnt foolish gossip about Innds, they were told the stands. Temperance nnd church bodpopulation through the loss of territory nntlons. Accordlnc to these mnlcon him tlldn't you?" left her fewer mouths to feed, and tho tents, the settlement of the Snnr bnsln ies nil over the country Joined In "Yes," I nnswered. of Mr. Wilson for whnt (Oeri ans could easily obtain agriculDanzig. Shantung nnd other problems "Well, now, he's gone nbout his busiwns nil wrong, and they evidently hnvp they tenned surrender to the enemy. tural products from other countries. ness tho same as ever and showed by delegates the ItnUnn muddle Slieppnrd of Texas, Introducing In the his life that It couldn't be true. Not a Is The attitude of the allied suffered no confidence Hint properly nnd Justly senate n bill providing menus for enthat their countries hnve will be cleared up word out of hint! Hut Dave Itumsey forcement of the lnw. snld he knew far too much already, nnd It Is the fell sick lown on the flut last winter. of no senntor brave enough to IntroOermnny. nnd they nssert the Hy nnd by his children were crying for turn of Whn t shall bo done with Turkey? duce n bill repenting the mensure, nnd ennnot shirk the rewns a question thnt occupied tho ntten-liobread and the poormnster was going Oennnn people In nny event such nn attempt would sponsibility for the wnr because of n of the council of four Inst week. to tuko charge of them. Well, who He nttributed purlin) nnd perhup nominal change ln President Wilson noting rather In nn be certainly defented. should turn up there, Just In the nick to representatheir form of government nnd In Its ndvlsory capnelty since America was the president's nttitude wldesprend unor time, but Delln and Penbody personalities. Such. Indeed, was the not nt wnr with the Porte. Some of the tions made to him of Ilaynes. They fed those children nil rest among labor ns to enforcement of substnnce of the reply of the council delegates wish the sultnn to be rewinter nnd kept them In clothes so of to the Oennnn note regnrdlne moved to n small territory In Asia the law. four thnt they could go to school. The reparations. In which the Hun deleMinor nnd Constantinople turned over strange thing about It Is this: It was gates The suffragists nre about to renp declared Oermnny would not to the United States under inundate. Dave Itumsey who really started thnt yenrs of strenuous They were told It responsibility. however, fear the reward of their Inst story. He got up In church the other The IndliMi delegates, week passed effort. The house wns too late to tnke such n position Connight nnd confessed his crime. His that to force the sultnn to quit nnd thnt It wns Impossible to dlsnsso-clnt- stantinople would cause cn'at trouble a resolution Torn suffrage amendment conscience wouldn't let him keep It. to the Constitution, nnd there seems responsibility from reparation. In He snld that he had not seen Peabody the Mohammedan world, nnd there, to be no doubt thnt the sennte will people Ilaynes on thnt rond the dny the Having nswerted the Oennnn wnr of fore Hie Hrltlsb prefer thnt he be left tnkn slmlliir notion, for enough votes n money wns lost but had only heard would not hnve undertaken but with only spiritual powers. are pledged. The vote In the house aggression, they nre reminded that there thnt be wns there. He knew now thnt they npproved of Secretory Lansing's Though It seems to be accepted thnt wus 301 to 8S, most of the opposition he couldn't have been there. Gosh Amerlon shnll be the mandatory for coining from the Southern Democrats, 1018. In which It t'nlmlghtyl ns your uncle used to note .of November 5. Armenia. It Is not nt nil certnln Hint wns slated Hint the obligation to sny when there wns nothing else to be the Amerlcnn people would be willing Spectaculnr success nnd tragic failmnke reparation "arises out of Ger- to tnke charge of the Turkish capltnl. snld." aggression by land, sea and many's ure mnrked the week's doings In nerlnl d It touched me to the soul this nnvlgutlon. Three American nnvy nlr." The Oermnns nsked thnt Hie revindication of my beloved port of the commission on responslhll-- I Continued fighting between the Poles nfter mnklng the flight to NewUncle Peabody. foundland, snlled away for the Azorei Ity be communicated to them ; this wns nnd the Ukrainians gnve the delegates Tho senator ate supper with us and peremptorily refused. lidded trouble, for the Ukrainians, who nlong n course dotted with navy vessent his hired man out for his horse were losing ground In Oallcla, comsels. One reached Its destination safeand buggy. When he had put on his plained bitterly, blaming the "Insane ly, one was lost near the Islands, Of course It Is nppnrent thnt In try-- j policy overcoat and wns nbout to go ho of the nllles In supporting the though the crew wns rescued, nnd tho Ing to dlsclnlm the responsibility of turned to my uncle and said: Poles." Poderewskl apparently cannot third, nfter binding on the wnter. "lax-led- " war of rig compel his countrymen to cense hosa wonder20T miles to Its port "Peabody Ilaynes, If I hnvo hnd nny ' the Oennnn people for the nre relyThe successful achievement. success In the world It Is because I gresslon the llerlln delegates tilities, nnd the council of four took ful contenthe wisdom of plane was preimnMl for further HWht hnve hnd the exalted honor nnd con- ing on President Wilson's early consideration milking wnr not iiniler sciousness thnt I represented men IlkTO Hon Hint America wns giving further support to nny people to Portugal nnd thence to Kuglnnd nn the flermnn people but on the Pilot Hawker nnd Navlcntor Grieve, you." ho refuse to obey orders from the wns oppressing He left us und we sat down by the military autocracy thnt conference. Jews throughout the world In their Sopwlth piano, undertook their he ndmltted he flight direct from Newglowing candles. Soon I told them what them. After n while been aroused ncnlnst the thnt also Imve Itumsey had done. There was a mo- wus disillusioned by renllzntlon Poles by reports of bloody pogroms In foundland to Ireland, nnd met the fate supported They never ment of silence. Undo Peabody roso the Oennnn people heartily they were which thousands of their race have of so muny pioneers. ns long ns s of pro- reached land, nnd Just whut befell and went to the water pall for a drink. their government ,and then he directed been slnln, nnd winning buttles tect ere held last week In the larger them probnbly will be forever a mys"Bart, I bellcvo I'll plant corn on without stint or American cities. The lenders of the tery. thnt tetwirco lot next spring darned the exertion of "force If I don't," he suld as be returned to gut el" und "seeing cleurly how overy his chair. None of us ever spoke of tho matter tEe grandeur oT Washington Itself. l every plutform. Uut no words of mine tnensure would bo likely to affect Its and I have used many ln the effort welfure, he followed the compass. It ngaln, to my knowledge. took lodgings with tho senator and his are able to convey a notion of the had led him to a height of power wife. CHAPTER XVIII. "Now, Bart," said he, when we had masterful ease nnd charm of his man- above all others and was to lead him arrived, "I'm going to turn you looso ner on the floor of the senate or of the unto the loneliest summit of accomOn the Summit. here for n little while before I put har- - singular modesty, courtesy, aptness plishment In American history. Not much In my term of servlco My mentul assets would give me a ness on you. Oo about for a week or and simplicity of his words as they poor rating, I presume, In the com- eo and get the lay of the land and the fell from bis lips. There were the there Is Important to this little task merce of modern scholarship when I feel of It. Mrs. Wright will be your thunderous Webster, tho grandeur of ot mine. I did ray work well, If I may went to Washington thnt uutumn with guide until tho general situation has whose sentences no American has believe the senator, und grow familiar Clay, whoso l with tho gentlo and ungentle arts of Senntor and Mrs. Wright. Still It was worked Its way Into your conscious-- , equaled; tho j the politician. voice was like a silver clarion ; tho no smattering that I had, but rather a ness." fiery Calhoun, of "tho swift Ono great fact grew ln magnitude few broad areas of knowledge which It seemed to me that there waa not formidable In debate-- but and sullen portent as the months Were firmly In my possession. My best room enough ln my consciousness for sword"--mo- st InI was soon to learn that nolther passed : the glgnutlc asset was not mental but spiritual, If I the great public buildings and the pic mny bo allowed to say It, In ull turcs and the statues and tho vast ma- nor all of these men gifted of heaven terests of the South viewed with grow-- I for, therein I claim no special ad- chinery of tho government, lleauty so highly could cope with the suave, Ing alarm the spread of abolition sen-- j vantage, saving, possibly, un unusual and magnltudo have a wonderful ef- Incisive, conversational sentences of tlment. Subtly, quietly and naturally strength of character In my aunt and fect when they spring fresh upon the Wright, going straight to tho heart of j they were feeling for the means to de- -i uncle. Those days tho caudles were vision of a youth out of the back coun- tho subject and laying It bare to his fend and Increase their power. Straws lighting the best trails of knowledge try. I sang of the look of them In my bearers. Thot was what people were wqre coming to the surface In that all over the land. Never has the gen- letters and soon I began to think about saying as we left the senate chamber, session which betrayed this deep uneral spirit of this republic been so them and Imperfectly to understand late In the evening; that, Indeed, was dercurrent of purpose. We felt It and high and admirable as then and a little them. They had their epic, lyric and what they were always saying after the senator was worried, I knew, but held his peace. Ue knew bow to koep later. It was to speak, presently, In dramatic stages In my consciousness. they bad beard bliu uuswer an his opinions until the hour bad struck the Immortal voices of Whlttler, EmerOne afternoon wo went to hear Senson, Whitman, Ornpley and Lincoln. ator Wright speak. Ho was to anHe hod a priceless and unusual tal- that summoned them to service. The school-reade- r English senator never played with his lance. The dim, glow of the caudles bad en- swer Calhoun on a detail of the bank- ent for avoiding tered their souls and out of them came ing laws. The floor and galleries were and the urts of declamation and for Dy and by Spencer openly sounded the a light that filled the land and was filled. With what emotion I saw him preparing a difficult subject to entai note of conflict! The most welcome year of my life seen of all men. rise end begin bis argument aa all cars the average bruin. The underlying seThe railroads on which we traveled bent to hear html He aimed not at cret of his power was soon apparent dawned on the first of January, 1844. from Utlcu, the great cities through popular sentiments In highly finished to me. He stood always for that great I remember that I arose before daywhich we passed, were a wonder andj rhetoric, as did Webster, to be quoted thing In America which, alace thee. light that morning and dressed and west out on the street to welcome. U. an Iniolratlon to me. I wa awed by In the school books and reDeated on Whitman ba called "th dlrla Oer-manwar-time 1 n nd-tne long-delaye, J aglle-mlnde- d g, I I I slave-holdin- g mod-efct- By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Stnlllng and pluylng for time by handing In mnny voluminous protests nnd promising to produce many more, the Rerman delegates to the pence con. ference succeeded Inst week In gnlnlng an extension of time to May 2!) for mnklng their full reply to the treaty terms. To expedite the work nsked leave for n special train to tnke printing presses nnd printers to Versailles. Among the notes, he snld, that are to he presented to the allies were those dealing with with the occupied territories, with the extent und discharge of the reparations obligation undertaken hy with labor Inws, with German private property In enemy countries, nnd with territorial questions In the Alsace-Lorraine, Oer-man- The International woman's congress nt Zurich, nfter registering Its opposition to the pence treaty, has ndopt-e- d a resolution declnrlng Hint the women of tho world will go on strike the moment another war starts, whether or not It Is ordered by the league of nntlons. (GmUbu4 sect week.) Every Mountain Family Must Have A Mountain Newspaper I Pago F( u THE CITIZEN WITH THE CIIURCIIE3 f IP- May 2tt, 1010. Berea College Hospital l!c't Kfiiilrmsnt ami Srrvlcr nt tcmest Cot. Ward for Mm ami for Women 1'rlvntr Room, Hath, Klcctrlc Service Sun-Parlo- Just Received o Big Line of new Union Church Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Come tn anil visit an eMalilijhmmt, nlilch l a friend in need, and In reach of nil the pefiple. Summer Dresses in The Sunday-schofor nil at 0:15. at 11 a.m. ol with classes Preaching service ROhrht H Mm Cowley. Dent-icv- M Marian Anna I'owkll Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Mm, Hklkn Sticarn Shaute, R.N , Afltnnt . I)., l'hvjlclan M I., PtmlcUn , Voile, Orgnridie Georgette, Crepe de Chine nnd Tnflettu Also a big line of all the CHANGE IN RATES lleglnnlng March t, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will be $15 to l8 per week. The rales for patients Cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. Ht Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College NEW IDEAS and latest creations in Summer Hats Christian Church Sunday school at 0:15. Interest in the Sunday-schoiticreaing. Mr. Paul Dei thick has been recently elected superintendent. Attendance nt morning service is Increasing. There will lu communion and preaching nt 11:00 run. Subject for next Sunday. "The Holy Spirit as a Helper." ol 1 The Banking Methods of Today T. - CASHlEfrf v unyf ha: Baptist Church Prayer meeting Thursday evening nt 7:30. The B. Y. P. U. service nt 0:15. We extend n hearty wolcomo to nil to unite with us in these services. Methodist Episcopal Church Church services 11:00 o. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 0:15 a. m. Epworth League Meeting 6.15 p.m. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., Wednesday. We extend n hearty welcome lo all lo come and worship with us. SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 1 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY. GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A principles recognized and applied in the operation of the Federal Reserve System You owe it to yourself to transact your banking busi ness with a bank which is member of this system. . uiu are oasea upon it. Mrs. Eva Walden GRAND CONCERT lrL CASHIER Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad Office. L. & N. ! It will not be long until the TIME TABLE 3:38 a. m. 12:55 p. m. 4:58 p. m. 12:40 a. in. 12;43 p. in. 1:10 p. m Northbound No. 34 No. 38 Train No. 32 Train Train Southbound Train Train Train No. 31 No. 33 No. 37 Frank Bowman of Heattyville has been spending several days with Clark Eversole. Pole McNeil, a College student of last year has been here among his -friends for some time. .Miss Mamie Johns of Eaton, 0., is visiting here. Eudell Nunn, from Tennessee, is spending a visit here with friends. Miss Estclle Pall, a former Berea teacher, is here visiting friends. Mrs. Bertie Lewis spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Steele, at Hazard. Mr. Fred A. Marsh, buyer for Link Belt Machine Co., of Chicago, spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. Fclton. News came Sunday of the death of Mrs. Dcland Gentry, formerly S'jsie Gabbard, daughter of Mathias Gabbard. Oscar Hays and family attended tbo Old Fiddlers Contest at Richmond Monday night. At a special meeting of the IJap-ti- st Church this week a unanimous call va extended to the Rev. Mr. Cunningham, of Hyden, to become , pastor of the churqh. Mr. Cuning-ha- m preached in Berea recently witli much acceptance. J. M. Baker, of Sidell, Clay County, spent the early part of the week in Berea while his young son was haying his tonsils and adenoids removed at the Robinson Hospital. The Rev. A. W. Hamilton and the .Bishop of Craydon were the two speakers at a reeent meeting held in Bloombury Chapel, London, Eng. Miss Lennie Ledfonl is enjoying a visit with her uncle, Ed! Strong, in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. C. Clinton Early arc spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Martha Early. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Combs and family, of Lexington, spent the weekend with friends n Berea. The new home of C. A. Mooro now being erected on the lot where his home was destroyed by lire last March is showing up nicely. Mr Jordan and Mrs. Krwn. of Olive Hill were hero over Sunday visiting their daughters, Daisy and Elizabeth Jordan, who are graduating from the Academy, and Goldie Erwin, who is graduating from Vocational. will be in oporation. Welch's have most of their material on the ground for building their new garage. The Harmoina Don't Forget Concert, which . was so much enjoyed last night, will be repeated en Monday evening, June 2nd, in the Tabernacle. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore anil daughter, Jane Crawford, have returned from a visit in the east. Misses Sidney and Virginia Crawford of Mt. Vernon are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Lucy Moore. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Combs and children of Lexington spent last week end in Berea with relatives. Miss Jtianita Garriott, a former student of the Academy department, has been spending several days of this week with friends in Berea. Miss Garrioit is on her way' to Blue Hidge, N. C, to attend the Y. V. C. A. conference to be held Boone Tavern Garrage Methodist Attendance. 55; Bibles, 1; Offering. $1.22. ATTENDS ANNIVERSARY Union A. F. Scruggs attended the 72nd Attendance, 110; Bibles, no count; Anniversary of the Penn Mutual Offering, $1.01. Insurance Company at Philadelphia, Baptist 2. May Mr. Scruggs was one Attendance, 110; Bibles, 07; Coof six Penn Mutunl Insurance men llection. $5.29. in the Stale who qualified by vir Christian tue of business secured for the Attendance, 51; Bibles. 22; OfferCompany, and his recent trip to the ing. $2.25. Anniversary was a merited recognition of faithful work done. COMMUNITY CLUB ENTERTAINS 20-2- A grand concert was given Wednesday night in the Tabernacle by the Harmonia Society. The concert was a musical interpretation of the progress of mankind. The national anthems of the four great nations, Italy, France, England, and the United Stales, were sung, then a war song of militant Germany and finally a song of peace ending up with the Hallelujah Course. Berea National Bank ,, ' At Belue's Richmond, Ky. See Our RED at home for a visit Cross voted to employ a social with his family on Center street. re- worker who will servo 12 months Carl Clark, who has recently turned from army service over- out of lhe year. The worker has not yet been seas, is visiting his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Early and little chosen hut will be selected soon. is there soon. A. J. Smith CROSS VOTES TO EMPLOY SOCIAL WORKER The Berea Chapter of the Red daughter, Eloise, of Nicholasville. ire spending several d?ys in Berea with relatives. Mr. Early has recently returned with the ICCth Infantry from Germany. Mrs. M. E. Vaughn and baby anil Miss Eudell Nunn of Nubcrn, Tenn., came last Saturday to be here thru commencement. Colson Gay, who left the Academy and joined the army two years ago, back again, after two years service, eighteen months of which were overseas. He was in the' aviation section. Gay said to The Citizen reporter. "Tell them I'm Just tickled to death to get home." Mrs J. E. Strong, who underwent a slight operation at the College Hospital Saturday, is much improved. She was taken to her homo, Monday. She will engineer the various plans of the Red Cross, to be undertaken for community betterment: An Executive Committeo was appointed which will employ the worker and select other committees. This is a great step. It means that an organized effort is to be made by Berea people, to look after Berea's needs. ' BIG CROWD A AT OLD FIDDLERS' CONTEST large crowd attended the Old Fiddlers' Contest at the Normal Auditorium in Richmond, Mondav night. Several old tiddlers, guitarist8, nnd banjoist took part in the contest. Dock Roberts of Madison County received first fiddler's prize; W. D. Chadwell of Owsley Countv llrst banjo prize, and W. D. Chad-we- ll INCREASING THE NEGRO of Letcher llrst guitar prize. WORKER'S EFFICIENCY The proceed from the show will be used in sending two delegates of the to the Blue Ridge Y. M. C. A. school Negroes form country's labor supply: so that in Mimmer. compethe vital need, in post-w- ar CLIO CLUB PICNIC tition, of making American labor The Clio Club picnic on the cam100 per cent efficient, the Negro can not be overlooked. The plans of pus last Monday was everything a the Department of Labor for in picnic should lie. The weather was creasing the content and effective' ideal, the food "out of sight," and ness of both immigrant and native everybody was in high spirits. No labor are especially timely as re- one could have guessed that there gards the Negro, since we have hero would bo such a lavish spread. Evnot only the delicate and difficult ery woman seemed to have done her readjustments incident to replacina prettiest on her favorite culinnr industry 011 a peace basis, but tho specialty. Professor Dodge dropped years of his age and complications of racial forty-thradditional problems. These plans, already well was Uie life of the party. Altounder way lu several states, North gether, young and old. there were present. It's too bad and South, aro of particular con seventy-liv- e cent lo the South, whero full pros we neighbors have so few of these pority is almost entirely dependent joyful occasions which bring us together in such a pleasant way. on Negro elllciency. one-seven- th ee At Narrow Gap The Narrow Gap Community Club entertained guests at the school house Saturday night with a most drliglilful program. Tho young ladies staged three beautiful tableaux The Visitors. The Ten Virgin, Amy Misses and Rock of Ages. Wilson and Gertrude Morris recited with expressive vivacity the dialoc, "How She Managed It." Miss Child told three stories with more than usual animated manner, which won much applause. Two young men, Fletcher Sharks, of Pine Grove, and Les VanWinkle, of Clover Bottom, with guitar and violin made everybody happy by playing selections of music between the different parts of the program, and gave an impromptu concert at the end of the program. A voto of thanks was enthusiastically given them by all present. This entertainment was one of flip best ever given at Narrow Gap. Smart Virginia Dare Dresses Bischos and Princess Suits and Coats Our Millinery will Close Out at Cost Come in and see our mid summer wearing apparel. We are sure the price, as well as the style, will be correct. B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky Ice! Ice! ice will be sold at retail for 50c per 100 lbs. by prepaid coupon or cash only. Unused coti. pon redeemed. Twenty pounds or more will be delivered oer town to the door step. Thirty pounds or more will be put into ice boxes made ready in a convenient place. Twenty pounds or more will be sold at the ice plant from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m. daily and from 7 a. m. to 0 p. m. Saturday. No Sunday sale nor delivery. Telephone 187 UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CHANGE IN TIME Effective June 1st Consult ticket agents Louisville for particulars. A , Nashwlle K. K. If Postmaster General Burleson WANTED Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiners, thrown overboard to lighten the ship of stat,will sho reaeb a afo Cabinet Maker, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipellttcrs, and harbor? Painters, for work on high class yachts and phonograph cablnoU. Ilesidcs carrying their llfty-poupacks, tho Rainbow Division lads Steady work. Our shops aro sanicame home staggering under the tary, light, and steam-heateweight of their citations and dcuor-ralion- s. 1 nd d. Till: MATTHEWS COMPANY 19 . Berea College Ice Plant ad.-- 5i Port Clinton, Ohio. We Like To Wait On Boys In that sentence is expressed the reason why we sell so many Boys' Shoes and Clothes. Some merchants claim the Boys' Department the most nerve racking and poorest paying part of the store. This is on account of the limited selections, and small attention given this department by such stores. BOYS' SPRING SUITS ARE READY Millinery Sale Mrs. Laura Jones' Store, Corner Chestnut & Parkway If you can aironl a trip abroad next year, well anil good. Hut make, Htire that you are not neglecting our own country to do it. "SEE AMKIUCA WIST." F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Jno. F. Dean J. W. 11111100 DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky Big full stock of pattern hats, street hats, maline hats and sport hats, all colors and styles, bought the last eight weeks especially for the sale. Our store burned early in the season. We have rebuilt, and bought our entire stock since. So you have the advantage of the latest styles in this sale at lowest prices good hats ever sold in Berea. Come in, see our New Store and our New Hats. We appreciate your trade tec sure do ! mid-summ- J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky MRS. LAURA JONES At- Berea, Kentuoky AND Wo aro still in tho Heal Kstato business, it is getting late to sell j Fine Line of Jewelry farms to be delivered this season.! MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. but wo have constant inquiry from parties wanting to como to Korea this fall.. Now Islho lime lo lit your property if you want to sell it. Como nnd list it with us, if wo don't (ell it it don't cost you anything. BourbonPoultrv Remcrfy Seo Mr. Doan at tho bank when fSv you nro in town, or catch Herndon VUIVdO A h droM In lh drinking water cure as ho movos around. Wo still have M7C ami prevents white UA.ltLi& sfino cheap town property to oiler.' dUrihoua, cnuler and other cbkk On Lottie make II diieaMt. 0c. Respectfully, ualluni o I medicine. I'lnt buttle, First Class Repairing ?0neDrop f DEAN & HERNDON, Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky, Sold price 11.20, makee SI gallona. At drunvUte, or nt by mall poetpald. Uourbon Remedy Oo., Leilnfton, Ky. by Porter-Moor- e Drug Ca. May 29. HMD. THE CITIZEN LINCOLN INSTITUTE COMMENCEMENT Page Fiv Iiarge of the work here. BOONE TAVERN "The most homelike and attractive' hotel in.Kenlucky." Berea Colleue ManoBement. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 7)w,c Highway Tlie seventh annual commencement exercises nf Lincoln Institute nf Kentucky will he held on the I ri l Utile's grounds on Wednesday, II. The forenoon will he given lo the graduating exercises, with original orations and osays by members of Ihe clas, music by the Institute Chorus, Negro "spirlt-nnetc. Eleven young people will complete the four-yeNormal Course, and one Ihe course in of eipial length, while frtir of the young women will nlso complete the course in Household Economics. The feature of the afternoon pro gram, besides music, will be an address by the Hev. Lewis Earle Lec. 1)1). of Cincinnati, who spent moro than a year in France, and who will speak on phaes of the work with vhirh be was connected. Till" address will be of very exceptional Interest. Visitors are lnvlteiL.to inspect the buildings and grounds of Ihe The Fathers' and Mothers Chili of the Institute Model School will have n lunch counter on Mm grounds where, light lunches can be purchased. The Institute is reached by the I. A N. Ilailroad from Louisville on Hie east, and by the Louisville and Shelbyville Inlertirhan Itailrnad. blanch, from Louisville or Shelby-vill- e. .Minn K" ar Peace With a Sword A musical interpretation of America in the great world war, given by the HARMONIA SOCIETY Monday, June 2, 7:30 o'clock In the Tabernacle Admission 15c Sergeanl Alvln C. York, of the .Wlh Infantry, who at the head of a detachment of seven men killed twenty Germans, captured 132 prisoners including a major and three ma lieutenants and put thirty-si- x Bhlno guns out of commission, tin been invited to stop over in Lexington on the way to his home in Pall Mall, Tennessee. B0LSHEVIKI TO QUIT PETROGRAD (Continued Irom Fiat One) The Citizen A family Newspaper for nil that it right PuMUhnl I amateur finds liltlc nrnnllco on a "joint'' nf liver or a im-a- l of I In1 true, and interetting vry ThurxUr at Urn. Ky. Tin-rare excellent prospects for a largo rrop of presidonlnl Candi- BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tacorpof aitd) WM. C. FROST, Editt4CW.f Subscription Ratca jl.M n, tJt da I es in 11)20. I'AYAIIl.E IN ADVANCE Ymr Sli Monlhi . Thrra Month On 'Who' Khali deeido when doctors disagree?" And who can he exported lo he peaceful when a peace conference can't? Italy got to the place where she wouldn't play in the hack yard or slide down the cellar dimr with imyhody. So she look her dolls and dishes and went home. PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATING EXERCISES Brni money br l'tt-fli- f or F.irrti Monrj Ordrr. Draft. Kraittrrtd Lrttrr. or one ami two rrnt lUmpi. Tb data ftr your nam on labrl ihow la If It la not hit data your lulwrrtptiun It chanfI within thrra wrla afur rmrwal notify at. Mb.lnr numbrra will I gladly tupplinl if ar notiflfd. Ubrrmlumii (Wrntainy whooLuin nw forut. Any one mjiftir ui four yearly ubarhpliona can rtvalv Th Otltcn frea for one rear. Adrrrtlilnr ratra on application. l.euuio says that the intention of is "lo destroy entirely the value of 'money." 'ell, even country money in a EDITORIAL JOTTINGS isn't worth as much in terms of pork or hotter or coal or shoes as Now is Ilic tunc to wane war on ' it usiil to he. llli's. IWihevIiii every purchaser nf worlh nf the Victory loan The seven successful years of the i entitled lo a ride in an aeroplane. Institute's work warrant friends of Pome of us would pay $25,000 (if the advancement of the Negro race The present price of hay ought we had it) lo stay out of the darned in confidently expecting (hat they In stimulate the trade in tiling will he amply repaid for a visit to its grounds, especially on "its ComPresident WiNon must not he mencement Day. President Wilson could apparenti prised at the failure of his pop- -' The annual meeting of the Board ly llnd plenty of peace-makiright lnnly in Italy. An earlier and of Trustees, many of whom live in here at home among his cabinet. greater than he heard the cry 'Ho- - Loiilsille and vicinity, will follow siiiina" today and "Crucify him" to- - Hie nfternoon program. Is carving to Income a lost art1? morrow A. F.ugene Thomson, Principal Tim "Big Four" have diminished lo Three of a Kind. In Chlrngo ?2ri.0O0 ng ' The Graduating Exercises of the Public School were held Friday evening, May 23, at the Christian Church. The Class Hull was 18 the biggest yet. The attenancc was so largo that, perhaps not half of tile people were able to secure room in the church. The pageant of "Liberty" presented by the 7th and 8th grades was high class in every respect. The children more than came up to Ihe expectation of their friends. Tlie music by the girls came in for a share of the many compliments on the performance. The class exhibited without atTectalion or show that native dignity, poise and character that naturally belongs to their ago and rank. The management is to be congratulated on securing Dr. Raymond for Ihe address to the graduates which was entitled "Tom, Dick and harry." His discussion of the topic was both instructive and entertain- George Moore, Raymond Scrivner, Susie Rnbin,nn, Mona Anderson. Ruth Chasteen, May Gaines, Alia Gaines. Sixth Grade Carl Clarkston, Bessie Ledford, llulh Johnson, Clara Grillln. Seventh Grade Paul Johnson, Waldo Pitts, Lola Abney. Eighth Grade Winnie Hackelt, Win. Watkins. Kleanor Van Winkle, Mary Lee Wynn, Ethel Wyatt. rond troops ore plnylng nn Itnpnrlnnt purt In the rnplil ndvnnce of the nllled troops soiilhwnril nlong the Muniwnnk nillwny. The holslievlUI. ns they move tmck, nre destroying bridges In nn effort to hold up the nllles. The Amort-ennhowever, nre working hnnl putting the track Into Minpe ngnin. American motor Iniinches hnve been brought nn lint mm from Murmnnsk, nnd It Is expected will soon he operating with other crnft on Lnke Onegn, which Is connected by rivers nnd with Lnke Lndogn, the largest body of wnter In Kurope, the Nevn river mid Petrogrnd. The nrtlllery continues nctlve on the Arclinngel front, nnd there nre raids, hut no serious fighting. Severnl hundred Amerlcnn Infnntry-menre still In the fighting line on the Dvlnn nnd Vngn sectors. They will soon he relieved. Amerlcnn engineers, however, continue to work on nearly nil sectors. occn-slonn ls ' SALOONS ARE TO BE PUT TO BILL TO GIVE NURSES RANK NEW .USE Saloons which go out of business in the United Slates on the Baker Reintroduce Measure In Hcuse and Promises Early night of June 30 will he put to a Passage. new use by the Salvation Army of Not all of them, of America. Wnshlngtnn, Slay 20. Representacourse, for the Salvation Army tive linker (Dem.). Cnllfornln. reinhasn't the money to do that, and troduced In the liouse his lilll to prnnt many of the present owners will military rnnk to nrmy nurses. It wns to continue their establishment as referredwherethe mllltnry rilTnlrs tnken lie will urge It he soft drink emporiums, but as many up for consideration Immediately of tho as possible will after the nrmy npproprlntlon )lll Is bo brought under tho control of reported out. ing. This legislation proIlerea may well be proud of her Hie army of which Commander vides n woman superintendent of n public school, which is evidently KvanL'eline Month is lienil. The ler- - mllltnry hospital slinll hnve the reln-tlv- e rnnk of mnjor; nsslstnnt superinitiiilg eflicienl work under the faith- - '"lory covered by this new move of Army will extend tendent, director nnd nsslstnnt direcfill and ellleient supervision of Prin-- 1 tho Salvation tors shnll rnnk ns cnptnlns; chief cipal Di.ney and his corps of from ocean to ocean and from nurse, first Hentennnt, nnd nurses, seclo Mexico. A continued cooperation "dn ond lleu'enunt. respectively. (n the part of the patrons will in- -) There will be a white-jacketbar-rooI rs. ed com-mllte- e. 'lift--'- . .' - . rs now, and the counter 3 OF PICNIC PARTY KILLED sure a sustained success, and even across from the mahogany will be-a greater success in the future. restaurant the close of the program a comp a Train Hits Automobile Truck Carrying "free lunch" counter, surprise was sprung a slead of Merrymakers in Alabama. bar-kl-epAt self-servi- ce Baaaai IjHJfULLUUr I MI? aShl KoOFIfl m v. LASTLE ing should buy Lastile. More Lasting More Beautiful in every way betfer than cheap roii roofings. cash prize had been offered by some friends lo he judged under the aus pices of the two Ladies Clubs of and lo he given to the best speakers in the pageant. Ora Gab-ba- rd won llrst prize; Winnie Hacked, second prize, and Wm. Walkins, third prjze. Ralph Beard was a good econd for third prize. The occasion was an unqualified success. and won unstinted praise, both for teachers and scholars who performed their parts so well. PUBLIC E. F. All Only soft drihks will be dispensed. KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued rrom Page One) SCHOOL NOTES Dizney, Principal the teachers have signed their contractsfor next year. School closed out with a good attendance. An excellent spirit pre- ailed everywhere. All the children seemed happy in their anticipation for next year. Tlie public entertainment at the Christian church by .the Seventh and Eighth grades was well attended and well received. The Seventh and Eighth grade classes meet at tho school house next Saturday at 1:30 p. m., May 31,. to organize for a summer program. Some classes will 'meet at stated limes this summer to make up work-icertain studies. .Those desiring to make tip for deficiencies should nk the Principal for a schedule. Our piano is coining. Now let us discus play ground equipment for another year. Tho following is tho Honor Roll for the ninth month of school: Primary Lindsay Blanton. Carl Williams. l'yses Wilder. Ira Jones, Noel Creae. Hnrry Hall. Gladstone Walton, Joe Carpenter. Delta Comb, Anna Hulf. Christine Steely. Second Grade Juanita Maiden, Leonard naker, Ruth Bingham, Ruby Scrivenor, Edna Cade, Juanita Lindsay, Alleno Bell. Marie Cruze. Maurine Van Winkle. Mablo Best. Brown Johnson. Alva Pulline. Lewis Ambrose. Coney Anderson, Jas. B. Moore. Gimrge Rl.v. Hay Viar. l!arlo Balei, Oswald Lamb, Clay Welch, Clarence The man who wants the best quality that can anywhere be obtained in roll roofThe wool felt used in Lastile is made in Carey's own mill by machinery built specially to produce better roofing felt. The asphalt used is the greatest waterproofing material ever known. The surface is genuine crushed slate in the naturalid or green color. Of course slate won't burn, that helps to make LasThe color of the tile more slate never fades and the surface never requires paint. There's both beauty and fire-resistin- g. Birmingham. Aln.. Mny 20. Three persons were killed, the prohnhly Injured, three seriously Injured and mnny less seriously hurt when nn tho distribution or transmission of nutomohlle truck carrying n merchandise it messages. This anpicnic pnrty wns struck by nouncement is made by Mrs. Charles a freight trrln nt n crossing between II. Mugrivc. State Labor Inspector, Bessemer nnd Knsley, .'. iu iiiii in persons, nuns ui Washington. May 20. Ronald Llnd- corporations npd to parents of cliil- To Serve as British Envoy. dren under I yars of age, in con- llns arrived In Wnshlngton to net tradition to the statement issued from the ofllce of Charles H. Morris. n" K"'nsellor nnd charge of the British enliifssy during the vnenncy caused Attom.-General ..r Hie Mate. ,)V Lor(, ,l.a(Un:.g ret,mncnt nnd dur- Ing the nhsence on lenve of Colvllle Barclay, who Is returning to Englnnd An historical drive to obtain ma terial for Kentucky's war history, with his family which will he made up of permanent Seek Union With Finland. records of the part the citizens of Washington, Mny 20. The Olonets county had in tho winning of ach In western Russia nre seeeklng the war, will bo conducted during of their territory with Finland, a uniong nccord-Inthe month of June by the Kentucky to Helslngfors reports to the SwedCouncil of Defense. Tlie purpose of ish privs transmitted to the stnte the campaign is to interest the public generally in tho work which the Taft to Succeed House. state council is doing and to get the Paris, May 20. Col. K. M. House's aid necessary to complete the task. committee of orInformation concerning the cam- membership on the league ganization of the nations Judge Is only temporary nnd heof prphnhly paign lias been received here. l.yman Chalkley is the Fayette will be succeeded by former President jrnuiitv historian, and will he in Tnft nccordlne to the Mntln. ! S v economy. Fire underwriters give Lastile a good rating. Contractors find it inexpensive to apply. Owners find it durable and the cheapest in the long run. Consult us about Lastile and other Carey Building Materials Carey Building Materials Roofs Asbestos Ihiilt-U- p FIberock Asbestos Kelts Asphalt I'tMICA Damp-Proofin- Bullt-U- p Roofs Asfaltslate Shingles Insulating Papers Rubber Roofings Wnllhoard ;ibiuiiii I tun Asphalt l'itch Asbestos Materials Magnesia Pipe and Roller Coverings 85 (Jarey riexiuie iemciu jvuuuub g Compounds Fibre Coating for Roofs Roofing Taints Klastitc Expansion Joint Jrnes. Third Grade Oenea Moore, Mamie MoKinney, Ruin Mae Peters, Mae Ward. Myrna Canlleld, STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill Yards near L. & N. Depot BEREA KENTUCKY IB Fourth Grade Wilford Gaines.' Thomas Hnll. Haloy. Willaril Combs. William Kathleen Van Winkle, Dolly Mc- Kinney. Hattio MuMnney. Luoile Stephens. Susio.Grant, Nellie Hayes, l.illio Man Anderson. Tilth Grade Herman Cornell, Forest Wyatt. William Hayos, Robert Ledford, Like real liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-cd- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch the same spirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." din-gines- s, Formula on Every Package C. B. ARNETT & SON Berea, Kentucky Pago Six THE CITIZEN May 29, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds general education. to your HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Driector of Home Science OUR LIFE SAVERS Onions, lettuce ami radishes, the llrsk vegetables of tho spring, nre really life savers. The long winter of heavy diet, with a lack of the food, leaves us with that tired, spring fever feeling. Nature has so arranged her garden vegetables, that very early we are able to have three important life savers on our table. The mis-lamade is in an imulllcienl use of these. They should bo eaten generously, mixed with many different foods, for our bodies nro craving the mineral they furnish. Replant your lettuce bed so there will bo enough to last all summer. Never let n day pas but that your family has a generous amount of ono ot all of these things on your table in one meal at least. It is true that if we serve lettuce and onions and radishes, the same way all the time, the family will tire of them before tho need of tho Perhaps Iwdy ia been supplied. the most used recipe for lettuce and Fat onions is "Wilted Lettuce." pieces of bacon nre fried out and the lettuce, with the onions, chopped lino and salt sprinkled over It, is arranged on a platter; two or Ihrro tablespoons of vinegar are, added to the fnt and this is poured oer tho lettuce anil served at once. Lettuce sandwiches may be made in a variety of ways, and often children will bo persuaded to eat more letluce this way than any oilier. A little mildly reasoned salad dressing, a little chopped onion, or thinly sliced radishes make an attractive and palatable variation with the plain letluce sandwiches. A delightful salad is made of three eups shredded letluce leaves, one liody-regulalike 70 MEMBERS TURAL CLUB GROW1NQ POTATOES: OF THE AGRICUL- Insect pesls, plant diseases and worst nro llio farmer's weed enemies and Hint every year they onuse tremendous losses to farm crops which might he largely prevented? It has been estimated by experts of the U. S. Department of Agriculture that every year, Insects alone destroy 20 per cent, or onc-nrof our vegetable crops. That's CHORUS about a sixty million dollar annual Join a club, join a club, los. Think of it I The bugs get Ornw a pig, can the soup, Join t club, a dollar's worth of the crop for For your boy will like it, your girl will lovo it, every four dollars that the grower Of course, this is an av- - They all should join it while they receives. can; Sometimes they crago estimate. don't get this much, but it is not Now's the time, we're going fine, uncommon for them to take all the Get the pig, get the pig, now's the time; crop. Thero is no easier way to make money than by knowing how Set the old ben, select the acre, to tight these pests and thereby Let us make old Knox a better place to live. saving ourselves what otherwise would bo lost. WATCH THE BUGS With potatoes, the big thing is to keep a sharp lookout for potato Kill the bugs early don't le! bugs, (Colorado Potato Beetle), as them get a start. Try one of th tlfey are the worst enemy of the following remedies: potato crop. Get after the first Paris Green, one pound to 75 galbugs that como out in the spring, lons of water, or one level tableas these lay the eggs that soon batch spoonful to one gallon of water. out into a great number of hungry Paris Green (dry one part to 50 young bugs, which soon strip the part of one of the following: Air plant if not checked. There are slaked lime, dry Hour. Dust on usually two broods of potato bugs in plants while si ill wet with dew. a season; one early in the summer, Arsenate of Lead (powder, lVj the other about five weeks later pounds to 50 gallons of water or twi than the first. This first brood of level tablespoonfuls to one gallon young bugs, if not destroyed, be of water. come the parents of a 3ccond and Arsenate of Lead (paste), three usually a larger brood. If the first pounds to 50 gallons of water or one one is largely destroyed, there will level tabespoonful to one gallon or not bomuch trouble with the sec water. ond brood. As potato bugs eat the leaves of BIG CONVENTION OF FARMERS tbo plant, we can kill them easily A big Convention of Farmers, to by putting poison on the leaves. which all the farmers of Kentucky Any one of the following spray mix- sre invited, is to be held in Lexingtures will do the work: ton on Saturday, May 31. Paris Green I pound to 75 gallons Tho Convention will be addressed of water, or one level tablespoonful b mpn who are leaders in Rural to 1 gallon of water. Progress, and authorities on rural Paris Green (dry) I part to 50 questions. Kentucky "Burgoo" and parts of one of the following: air other good eats will bo served, and slaked lime, land plaster or dry music will be furnished by Storm's flour. Dust on plants while still Rand. wet with dew. Arsenate of Load (powder) IVi SHEEP LOSERS TO BE PAID pounds to 50 gallons of water or two Madison County sheep owners level tablespoonfuls to ono gallon who bad their flocks destroyed by of water. dogs, will be paid pro rata out of Arsenate of Lead (paste) 3 lb. to 1919 fund, if a ruling of tho At50 gallons of water, or ono level tho tablespoonful to one gallon of water. torney General's office at Frankfort handed down recently, is carried (You will nolo that we uso twice as much by weight of the arsenate out. A dispatch from Frankfort "Replying to the Commissioner of lead in paste form as wo do of said: of Agriculture Cohen as to whether tbo powder, but in measuring by old claims under the dog license volume, wo use twice as much of law, repealed and reenacted by the tbo powder a3 of the psate. This may seem contradictory, but it is last Legislature, should be paid in Attorduo to the difference in tbo weight full or prorated, Assistant ney General Myatt holds that such and volume of the wet and dry sub claims must be paid in full. stances). The question arose in Madison These spray mixtures may be apCounty, where 5,000 sheep claims plied with an ordinary hand spray .1918, with $1,350 in. or in any other way that will are pending for tho "dog fund" for the year. Tho thoroughly spread the mixture on 1919 fund for this county amounts tlio leaves without wasting it. to 51,700 ami barely covers the Whilo you are combating bugs, amount duo on the claims. don't forget to keep after the weeds, too may seriously reduce a? they your yield if not controlled. Tho fact that foreign travel has Your3 very truly, not been permitted has had tho excellent result of making Americans ROOT. F. SPF.NCE, better acquainted with their own County Agent. country. Peoplo who would naturally under ordinary conditions have taken European trips have learned the beauty and possibilities CINCINNATI MARKETS. of Flordia and the West. tti -- Dili you over stop ami realize Unit "JOIN A CLUB" Tune, "Over There" Farmer, is your' boy in a club, in a elub? Let him join today, no delay, Join today, Make some money all his own, Then perhaps he'll stay at home (live your hoy a ohanoe, girl a chance, both a chance, Make your children glad to have had such a dad: Tell your bright boy now's the time To make the farm begin to shine YOUNG money-earnin- PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. llomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door General Education for thoio not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement wo can put you with others llko 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 teach and who are not going It also gives thru Collcgo and desire more general education. the best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in thoir courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door A Berea College war conditions. For same in Berea, but the finds Itself now makes as we have in the past This is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise in Board is forced by years the board has remained the unusual situation in which the whole country It impossible for us to live on the same money twenty-fiv- e All students do some work with their hands from six to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses young man or young woman can get an education Any ' at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied cup of llnely cut red or white radish, four or live llnely chopped new onions and of well seasoned cooked salad dressing or oil mayonnaise. Mix together Just before serving. Potatoes are not nl their best now. They need something added lo make them really good to cat. Shredded lettuce, chopped radish and onions make tho plain, uninteresting potato salad something now, frosh and appetizing. A couple of fresh young onions cut line nud added to creamed potatoes, (bo sure to cut n little of tho green onion top), Just before serving, Improve them wonderfully. lu nil meal dishes, a more generous amount of onions may be used b advantage. In a meat stew for a family of live, one cup of onion cut in slices should he used. Radishes and onions eaten alone with salt u'ill do the most good, but so enlen. we soon tire tf them. They must be made to serve us as flavors for the heavier foods wo neMl, hut for which we have lost an appetite. We must remember they fire not simply rclMios or appetizers, but nlo furnish the much-neede- d mineral all green vegetables Imve. All canned vegetables ar improved by the additional flavor f onions. If you ned a lonir for your system, don't gel a patent medicine On out lo the garden and eut all the radishes, onions and lettuce you enn. Study your every-da- y recipes and see where you ran use more of thesp easily produced foods, and you will sleep better, feel better and hae money m your pocket, that the patent medicine companies do ii.it needed. up She FoUcwed the Line We Sent Over the Rhine Mountain Summer School June 6 to July 11, and July 11 to August 15 Berea College has established a Summer School to meet a distinct and growing need in the Southern Mountains. It gives a program of courses for teachers of high sohools and graded schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get collcgo entrance credits or credits toward collcgo degrees, and others seeking general information. The work is adapted to thoso who can come for live weeks, or ten weeks. There will week for ministers and religious leaders, and another week for farmers. bo a special SPECIAL FEATURES v number of scientific and popular lectures, musical ovents, and motion picture entertainments will be given free of charge. There will also be excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest All the resources of the entire institution will bo at the disposal of the Summer School. A EXPENSES Incidental Fee "Tablo Board, women Room Rent Totals Men Pay for Board Five Weeks I Ton Weeks (10.00 20.00 5.00 COO 10.00 2.50 118.50 $35.00 11.25 250 rebates ire allowed to sludenti who wlthilriw before the close or the period for which payment lias teen made. Pio A deposit of four dollars ($1.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student loaves, provided library books, keys, etc., are returned in good ordor. Ten Weeks (5.00 Business Courses 250 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week per Voieo.iPiano. or Violin, two 20 minute lessons 7.50 week 2.50 Use of Piano, ono hour per day .75 Uso of Organ, ono hour per day 50 Uso of Music Library 3.00 Class Work in Harmony Applicants mast bring or send testimonial showing that they eri above. 15 years old, in good health and ot good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Special Fees The familiar figure in blue uniform and poke bonnet is back home to serve, after four years In khaki with the boys "Over There." Salvation Army lassies served old fashioned American doughnuts In the front line trenches, and now that the war Is over they will be found again In the slums and dark places of eur great cities, ready to give a helping hand to men, women and children who are on the down grade. The Salvation Army Home Service Campaign for H3.OOO.0O0 ooens Ma 19, to last one week. SOLDIER'S TRIBUTE TO HIS MOTHER Is Tur Tillo, France, May 11. 1010. Hay and Grain. Cpm No. 2 while $1 8U01.88, No. 3 White $1.3i?l.Sa No. 2 vellow fl 30 DAREDEVIL No. 2 CM .83, No. : yellow $1 mixed $t.SI1.8. No, 3 mixed $t 827i) 1.81, white eur l.SSffH 90. yellow ear 1.00, mixed ear $1.8lfjl.SS. $1.88 Sound Hny Timothy per on $.'ft.50 CH0.M), and clover mixed 11.500 ai.W), clover f27fr:il.50. stand-ar- d Oats No. 2 white T2tslQT.ic, No. 3 white 71!i-M4- c. No. 2 mixed 7107'Je, No. 3 mixed VO My S1.8l, ENGLISH WOMAN 7:tt7lf, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. LIMITATION OF PASSPORTS Per-eon- 70c. Now Is the tluie for every oo who want work, tu think up something for himself. Don't depend upon somebody else. Tho Integrity of life consists In Re your own proprietor, If It l of nothing else but an acre und a llttlo shop. We kuw the dltllculty and do not discard the sympathy. Hut regard rather thut Independence and Live Stock. high purposo that make up the rent Cattle Shippers $11015.50, good manhood. Men will havo to work for to choice butcher steers $1!)? II, comothers while time louts, but there In mon to fair $812, heifers, extra $11 nothing bo noble In the heurts as the 011.50, good to choice $11.50012.23, common to (air $0.50 ft 8.50. cows, aspiration to be one's own man and $11012, good to cholco $9011.50, direct one's own destiny. Society Is vsommon to fulr $0.5008.50, dinners divided In clauses theso days, euch one f5UO.0.50, stockers and feeders $S0 striving to outwit tho other, but the 13.fi5M grandest class of all la the man him$10.75Q'17, fair to Calvei-Kxtr- n self, with his own destiny In his fists. Rood $11 ft 10.50, comomu and largo M. With all our organise! Industry, there $7013, heavy shipper Selected Hons never was a time when Individual enAt tho "holiday llylug" at Crlcklo-wooand $20.50, good to choice packer a than now. Kngluud, recently Miss Sylra terprise had better chun.ee great In$20.25020.50, medium $19.50 butchers stags $10013.50, common to I lord en demonstrated that women have If yoa are articulated In some hope that 020.25, keep In the heart the cholco heavy fut sows $11019.25, light plenty of nervu and grit. Hlie went up dustry, day, Whippets $18.50010.25, pigs (110 lb, lu u Hundley-Pugand you wtll be your own master some alrplaue Ohio State Journal. nud less) $14013. lropped to eurth lu a parachute. ex-J.t- ra e Butter, Egg and Poultry. Itutter Whole milk creamery extras Otc, reutrallzed creamery extra tc, nrsts 50c. Hbu'h Prime firsts 43c, tlrsts I3'4c, ordinary firsts l2V4e. Live Poultry -- Hrnllers, under 2 lbs. 50e; fowls, 5 lbs and over, 33c; do, under 5 lbs, 33c; do roosters, l'Jc. Pernlts Will Be Refuted to All Who Travel Abroad Purely s for Pleasure. May 12. With the Washington. number of applicants for Kuropenn passport Increiislm: dally, the Mate department him Issued a statement reiterating that passports would be re- fused to nil persons whose nppllcntlon tho de iiriinent believes were not made In good faith, or whoso purpose In seeking to go abroad Is purely that Kogardlenn of pleasure or curiosity. of previous winnings, It was suld that the department had been Hooded with passport applications. The Salvation Army returns from the trenches of France to take up Its half century old battle lu the trenches of poverty In the United States. Remember the Halvutleu Army Home Service Fund campaign for $13,000,000 May 1U-2- to do my dut along nthct lines, I must also do my duty townrd you. Tills, tho litti (lay of May, 1019-- Iho day which has been sot aside as 'Mothers' Day." It should hold within its duration the kind words Not of a Iniy to Ills mother. only should this day be celebrated by tho few lines from the boy who is away, but it should bo celebrated by considering tho most pure, most lovely, most forgiving and sweetest cf all beings on earth, "Mother.' Certain days in each year aro sel its'do that wo might remember some man or woman whoso life In this world bus been n great shining light, who porhnps has made some sacrifice for tho cause of humanity. And on that one day thoir greatness is magnified nud glorllled nud all eyes are turned toward their portraits hanging in some gallery or lu some ball. Take any mnn who has made a success in life (by this I do not mean flnnnolally, but a stand that counts) John Hiloy. and ask him to whom ho owes his success and bis answer will bo "To The my mother I own it nil. It was by Home success of the Salratlon Amy Serrlce Fund campaign for her guiding band and her laws that May means lew por-ert- y I am wboro I am today." and less crime la the UuIU4 Then take the fellow who has States. 10-2- dear Mother: Just as I havo tried failed In life fallen in sjiamo and disgrace, and ask htm why ho is there and ho will say "By breaking tho table of laws which my mother laid down for me as a guide." So not only should this day.j known ns "Mothers Day," hold" within it tho kind and noblo deeds of mother, but eaob and every day our thoughts should bo tho same. Pays do not matter with her and why should It with us? So mother these nro only my dally thoughts of you, of the time when I last saw you and tho time when I shall seo you again. Although many days havo passed, yet I am sure you aro llio same mother I loft you. Today Is Sunday but I havo boon on duty all day. As you know wo aro ipnto busy now, bringing things to a closo. And in two weeks from today I havo no idea I will be hero. Hut where, that I cannot say. With this I say good night, trusting that you aro well and happy, and to father I semi my love, and to both I send a kls from far across the sea. So mother, so far away, yet so near, good night. Your boy in Franco, May a 1010 THE CITIZEN SOME DYNAMIC TORCES IN ACHIEVEMENT rage Seven iIll'UUVEO iJMrCEtt iNTERNATIORjll. StlfMSCIiOOL Lesson (Hr iu:v Tfivhfr lliblf Institute of ChlHRO HUH v r. nf Knailsh h titzwatkh, tlible In tli d n.. Mimdr I (i. pif.lM VVr.i,rn vn.t i nlea LESSON FOR JUNE 1. FAITH, I.KRBON I WHAT IT 18 AND IT DOES. TKXTB-llftre- wi 11 WHAT lis Clod. 1. (lOl.DKN THXT-- Yf rfllev In Ikvf also In mc John M 1. ADDITIONAL MATKItlAK-M- att 11 1 I. I.I. ritlMAIiy TOI'IC-Sto- ry llrllrvril In Jesus. (John Jl Nldlt TOPIC-lim- its of Ksllh AND ADULT fiKNIOH I'laie of r'alth In llrlliclnua John I i Murk 2.1-1- Itiim. 1 J. 1.21M; 1.1: of ) Mn Win INTKHMKDIATi: of Faith. TOI'IC-T- tir Vlelorr Ufr TOI'IC Th In Hebrew, chapters MO the grounds of fnlili are clearly i't forth. In llil" lesson Ita nnturc and glorious triumph lire displayed. I. The Nature of Fa th (1! 1. Fill III li the eye nf tlir soul, see jlit Jnvlj 1). It Is iiotlnerciy Intt'lN-ctunassent io Hint which commends Itself nn being reasonable, but It Is 'he soul's attitude toward Owl. 2. Fnlth scUcs the 'hlngs of the utnrc jind live and wajj In their iiowcr In tl present (v. 1). 3. It enabled the "elderi" to ohtnln n good report (v 2) It made Ood's ;omlsc so It vine nnd real to them lilt It heciime the ilotnlnnnt force In f 1 ' ' US 1ft understand enable how the worlds were rnnde (v. 3). Nn innn whs present whin God mnde the world, so the fonndntlo'i for our knowledge In the Word of Ood. The line who ha folth wholly believe Hint Word of Victor: II. The triumphant 1. t filth t Faith (114-.TS)- . 1. Viilth o( Ihe nntedlluvlhh npreneVdnHve of this period three men are tainted out: (n) Abel (t. 4). who displayed hi fnlth In hb wnrshlp. lie took his plnce lierore Rod ns a 'nner nnd ofbloody itiicrlflre. thereby showfered ing thnt he looked forward to Christ's nlitltutlnnnry uroneincnt, which I it life for n life, (b) Knoch. who displayed hrs fnlth In hi walk In fellowship with Ood (v. .1) (c) Noah, ho by fnlth Mood loyal tn God In a e lime of universal apostasy nnd a (r. 7). NonhV task il atuin'ndoiis nnd difficult one. He It In the face ot mnny n nceT nvA taunt, but hrs fafth carried hlrn throuch. sccurltvg salvathm Tor him-wl- f nnd hi family. 2. Fnlth of ttie llelirew saint (vr. (n) A.rn)inm tv Abrnhnm wnt out not knonlnR W'hlther he wnt. but he knw thM the lird hnd iMiken nnd thnt wnn enouch. Ity 'fnlth he offered up Innc. bellevlni: that Ood wn nble to ml him up 'from 'the ilend nnd fulfill hi promise thnt In iMinc the pminlMl Mil Should obtnln. tb) Snnih Ihrouch fnlth received trenuth to conceive nirl whi'n he wn old. rtiuTrttne him fnlttifnl who hnd promised (vr. 11. 12). (c) Jncob by fnlth pronounced a ). (tt ."W sntnts A wick-ncdn- exe-cutf- 17-10- ). prophecy ctncenilnc Joeph' nn fv. 21). I!y fnlth he rwnetrnteil the nnd pnitiounct-f- l deKtlnle tinned! by them which fbould be (d) .toM'ph by Tnlth forexnw 'tioth. the entmnce of bin Tteople Into the proin!ed bind nnd mnde them wenr to enrry hi tonn thiTe for bnrlnt. for even hi body tnuRt not be left 'behind In the I nnd of Judgment nnd (lenth (v. 22). (e) Moe (vv. 2.2S). 'Fnlth In cntiMil them to dlrecnl the klnc' decree. Fnlth rnueil him to turn hi bnck uMin the hmior of ICcypt nnd Identify hlniMdf with hi ctiKlavcd the heart of hi pnrentt 'brethren. III. Falth'a Grand 1, 2). Exemplar (12: inMnc nixin hlin"elf humnn nnture nnd pnlnc tbroiiEh the trlnl nf life to n trliimphiiut Konl I the wipri-mexumple for u. Thoe who 'fix their eye uixin him will (1) lay e nlde every welKht. To run with tnuxt be cnt off. nil burden Thine which mny not be ulnful In our Impede If they Rhemni'lve. " In Id nnlde. (2) I.ny nlde the ln wblrh doth o enlly beet u. (3) Hun with pntlence the rnce set before u. (4) Looklnc unto Our eyen niut be KtendfnMly fixed uixin him. Ilnvlne him n our exninple we will endure the cros. To nufferlni; and menn follow Jenu uc-c- Chrlt Jeu. trlnl. Love as a Word. Love, even n n word only. mut stiilnl nlone. It I one of the great tiifliioKyllahlc of our grent bingunge Iove. It Is the Invisible crnvlta-1lo- n of life. With It Invisible cords vlewlexH but latent. It dniwg henrt together over eternal spnee. and hold them together It) nn Indissoluble bond in Time und Ktcrulty. The Wonder of Itl when I lok on my own life It seems thou hast fed tne so carefully, so tenderly, that thou canst bare attended to no one else. Itut, thou when I see bow wonderfully bust led the world, and are leading It. I em amazed that thou hftt had time lo utfnd to such us I." St. Augustine. j "Ird, Why Man Falls. Man could not fall s luw were he not so crent. It U the abused God In a man that turus him Into a devlL spend loo much tirno making blueprints and diagram'. Too many people think more of tho method An Address Delivered at the Phi by which n thing is accomplished Delta Banquet by the Rev. Elmer than they do of Ihe accomplishment ,011 Men Feci That the Suits Gabbard itself. Tills POttif because they Ily II. IRVING KING Brought By Officials want the homely, common lask to Fellow f'lii Dcllinns ami friends appetir big ami dilllciill. We lalk L Arc Unfair r Syndicate i of I'hi Delia: abntil the science of this nnd the I lin enrno down from n liumblo science of Hint. Let us do nway TREATY OF PARIS, 1783. Thomas M. Owtley and F. B. Tomb work among our lirulliron of I Ik wilh some nf this iHwisonso and get Express Opinions in Regard to At- - liilli lo meet you on this occasion back to Ihe good common seno of f ect That Sett'ed Questions Opened by American Revolution Not tempt to Collect from Interests In I liavo come with the sincere hope (leneral Jarkson's blacksmith and Signed for Two Years After Surrender of Comwallls. Excess of Production Tax. (lint I mny lie able (o ny something wagonmasler. Tho needs of tho A I being proved now. It I n simAmerlcn nnd the payment of llrltlsh worthy of your remembrance when world nre too great today to wate pler thing to start n wnr thnn to end debts, nnd offering complete IndependIxitictnn, Ky., May 2fl. Oil men your experiences here have become time on one n "more compllcnted mntter to ent e with the Penobscot a the east-erof Kentneky are up In iirtnx oter the n memory. Tile object of life should be to Hike such n show off the stage thnn boundary of the new nation. FrankU-MiltK hied In nnd countlex I renlle. young men and women achieve something that will help to put It on." lin wrote to Jay to come bnck from In- for tnxe on oil well nnd lenses The surrender of rornwnlll In Oc- Spain saying. "She ha been for four flttfll(tf IiiikIt Intii. .in lufi.1 lilil.i fur that your faces are to the future humanity to a higher level. When tober of 17S1 prnctlcnlly ended the yenr considering w hether she will are IHftl. John Frederic Oberlin of Slras-bur- c Ijenr wh worth pn.ctlcnlly nothlni; ani1 ,,,al 'ollr y but right that Illls sllOUKI Do SO. thought of a life work he wrote. "J vviir of the American Itevolutlon ;1783, treat with us let her take forty." innd on which the 'nil men bnve volun- - ' U It wn not until September 3. of Fox got wind of what wa going on lo tnrily Iik renfed their iie.metit.i Your hearts should heal eagerly dn not wish to labor in some nearly two yenr Inter, thnt the de- nnd sent over Mr. Orenvllle with the I can be at when the bind proved to be produe- - nnd passionately as you think of charge where finitive trenty of pence wn signed nt proposition that the Independence of the future when wiiat vou achieve eae. The quctinn is. where can I I'm r Is. Almost nil Ihe Intervening time the United State should be granted, leg!- Ourlng the region of the 1018 be most useful?" This ought tp be wn spent In negotiations. Franklin. but to France! A proposition reject0r fnjl ,0 ncli(.VP wi Pollnl in luture ii luw whh piihed which pro- - U al . '0U arf the spirit of our young people John Admit, Jay and Iiurens hnd been ed by both Franklin nnd France. ' vlded that .,11 oil well should be taxed intereslcil in achievement because today who want to make their lives cnt to Pari io be ridy fr.r the forTVeaty of Pacification. on- - per cent of the value of the crude mulation of a peace. All sensible BritKing Louis and his government were oil for Mute pun. nnd not to ex - 'I 's charged with the thought of count for most in life. ish statesmen were convinced that the filled f In our consideration this evening with anger when they heard of of one ter tent for coun - that hour when your succcjs will ty puriKiMK. Now i he iiudltor' ngent lie made of lost. This hour for yotr we have in mind those things thai Independence of the colonies wns nn the signing of this treaty In which accomplished fact ; hut the king, nnd im. kmim, wnuij nn i.een deveiopeu Inay be a moment as it was with will lead lo achievement of the Ihe reactionaries with whom he hnd they hnd not been allowed to meddle. Hut they calmed down nnd on Septemj tioie one of the p(Mifgt to one or i lie Jewey at ,Manila Hay. If may be, highest character. Concerning these himself, were stubbornly ,rl(l"-s- t ec title in tile tnte tlirougll for a short period as il Was with dvnamlc forces in life there U surroundedcontinuing the war. It wa ber 3 of the next yenr. nine month bent on nfter Franklin's treaty, a 'Treaty nf the operntlonx of oil producers I en-- i It may lie for the years neilher doubt nor uncertainty. prtosed to make It a "war of posts" I'aclflcntlon" between Spain, Franco ik'iivorliig to recover thousand ot Christ. nnotli"."'J 2l pn.( Knclnnd was signed. dolhirs In back tnxeg nun the oil men, of a long nnd fruitful service. The (lather together one hundred biog- - " ih.S prp" "Ty Franklin's treaty becamet effective: tnxTng TeftM, wciin, rigs every wirt point is that thai hour for you is raphies of Ihe world's greatest ; besieged by cnt. f5 bra tar Conquests made by France nnd liiiprnTeim-ii- t coming when your contribution to Patriots, philosophers missionaries; potwiiKiffrtrtthg Jlie .,. ,nffeM ()f tne Amerl. during the war wore exchanged; ThV of one nnd a half percent life will ho made. When il comes rnd heroes men and women who . Brn)R hntl n.,,rM Holland to break I tnled In the atatute to be In lieu there are certain great forces that have built states and kingdoms and. off relation with Knelnnd In the very Tcjingo m the. bengal river were ceded to France. I'ondlcherry (French " of nil other tnxta. will, consciously or unconsciouslv, helped the world on its way to in-- 1 yenr" Cofmvnlll urrendertd and had India) was enlarged. Spain vn conKley, hend of the Ken Thoinn M. under firmed In her possession of Florida and play a prominent part in the out- lluence, happiness and success and Induced the northern nation tucky O.i Fxdmnge, declnred today guise of neutrality to form u league, Minorca. Holland recovered all her Hint the nttempt to 'mulct' the ul come o( your llfp. You cannot but wo Hnd ccrlfiirt great f6rccs Com-!Nothlnp. Sueeeeds Like Success, possessions except Negapatam In Indln. ndilTtlonitt taxea wn so mon lo all. Memorials, celebrations be inlereslcd in these forces men In tTne In the boundary negotiation Great England wnnted pence nnd America "unfnlr nnd un outrage. dynamic in life and I ask yotl to f.nrt tributes show Ihe world's in- rrnce: the question was who Britain Insisted that the western line 'The oil men practjcnlly hnd the think with me for a little while debtedness to these men. Wo, mark move, ai 1111 of the United States should be the word, Tit the ln(o, i'iprced throucli about them. the birthplace of Shakespeare and snoum mane tne nrsi Washington's The Americans replied In Conwny, on Geneml the lc:llnUlre," enld Mr. Owley, "that pause for 0 Inoment to Emerson. The portraits of Lincoln blrthdny. February 22 of 1782, mnde effect : ' Let us the tuH they paid Imiild be limited "Gen. George Rogers Clark In 1778-tg 1H per cent of their production. lecognizo that tho practico of these and Webster adorn the walls of the a motion In the house of commons We are all helped ngnlnst continuing the""wnr. It was captured Kaskaskla nnd Vlncennes nnd Now nlnfig (mm' these tax sharks at great life principles may not put young lawyer. Friinkfort nnd seek not only to tnx cur names in tho catalog of the by tho knowledge of Lincoln's lost by one vote, but carried five days took possession of the 'Illinois counIblids nnd liuit--s nt their vnlue but ut world heroes. There arc different achievement, of Cromwell's endur- - j later by a majority of It). This meant try. We have been Id possession ever are In possession now. The a vnlue thnt did not exist In forhirr standards of greatness. When God anee. of I'auis zeal, and or Jona the downfnll of the ministry nnd the since. Weours clear to the Mississippi country I yenm. It ouchl not to be polble to His angel to herald the birth nalience. Tho biographies of these formation, o a new, one favorable to and we nre going to keep It" sohl put the oil producer to the exix-nptufft 'Uieklnfihn'm's ministry came In an- men tell up precisely wherij fn March 20. Lord Shelbnrne was The United States had Its way. Now of such n suit, thoitch I do not thtlit ol John the Baptist it was the tux xlinrk enn rvcover under lh nounced, "Ho shall be great in the the hidings of their power. These CCretnry of state for the home de- mark the result I The fact that the i .sight of the Lord." This did not secrets aro the lessons of history partment and Charles Jnmej Fox for United State owned to the Mlsslssl' nr law. "Die bnd thing for Kentucky U thnt mean that tho world would count and a contribullon of the past th forelcn affairs. Now. If America wns caused It to make the "Louisiana por It show n illsoxltlon to barns those him great. The achievements that the wisdom of the future. Independent, peace with America was chase" of Napoleon In 1S03, by xefj, h If It It got more than one mlllledqjp,, develupli g the- riwourtv of the stuto win the approval of the world are tnatter for Fox to hnndl In these great men we see THE Nnd n l,i.,knc, to violate the promise, nQt , wasn't, the task belonged to Shel- miles of unexplored wllde,, extend,h achiovemonU ,nil, POWER OF AN IDEAL in determinexpress or implied, given the men v ho , bnrne. Franklin saw two strlns to ing to the Rockies. In, tv,e next Rener, mosl inme- ounG men ing the outcome ol Uf. Last year hi how nnd w rote to the home minisntlon the Americans, bnve brought their cpltnl und their explored this rmnllte ere settling It and t xpcttlni: to make It their and women in college arc lold that ihe baccalaureale, Sermons preached ter, preferring to deal with the Machi- yllderness an resfds-or? n well their buslne-- n they are t0 be the leaders of men. heforo Harvard, Yale, and Princeton avellian Shelhurne than with the chau were In Jul! march westward, with j their faces set to the Pacific. Follow- norue. u is nnnuy UKriy inui n jury They believe this and rightly so Universities rmphasized the power vinistic Fox. Shelbnrne quietly d ii f fj!r KentiH'kliins can be found to Hut going mil in life their leader- ol an ideal. ed the wax ?"h MeOjth faptOTt-th- e Lowell Tllchnrd Oswald oTf'r to Paris. President give Jinlnnent in such suits hut tlrp ship is often rejected by tho world o as alone. Adams, ttns Tn Holland on the Triumphs of Faith. nrt m the siMe of tiling them W march Mfrtfis the cflnilnent. negotiating B loan; Jay hnd gone to llnd awaiting them from Mx)ijs to prewnt men with cuidul and they coarse tasks common. Some- brews, the eleventh chapter of Hoi Spal? "'"1 Laurens who had been cap-- The guiding hand of Providence that are anil that showimr that failh was from coiii'iii: Ixrre to Invest It." tured on his wny from America and raised up Georce Rogers Clark. The 1". H. ToiiAi. of the Kentucky Oil what mystified they wait for the power which moved men unswerv-Mnflne- d ,n been capture of General Hamilton at Vlnhnd Meii'n AiK''.tl(iii, dlscusel Hi meet-In- world to recognize their ability and ingly. toward the accomplishmtnt of reIea?ed on pnr(,,e f,5d g7ne7o cennes should he listed In the "deof the (iiunlttee of the givo Ihern a wtirthy position. This great moral purpose. President Holland Franklin had a free hand. cisive battle o thj world." The fx usMH'Hltloii at which thest pu.'l 'werv recognition never comes. We often Hadley preached on the power of , Ue calmly suggested that England cede lug of the 'Mississippi at AnTerWa (vnsideretl He snld: fnncy Hint prominent people do nn ideal in calling forth the sus- Canada to the United States. Oswald western boundary, next to the recoglt t'tl !.. llliuli .n.kl.a. vltillil.in n 9 prominent things. A glance at their tained action and devotion of the went back to London with this propo- nition of her Independence, wns Th the oM lis II present that fiiese suit sition, coming back to reject It and to most Important article of the treaty ot were unjust ii rid should tx I'uve bvii daily schedule would likely show oul. President Hibben preached on ask guarantees for the loyalists Id Paris, 1783 . Mil. 'f.e oil men tvrt fmtt 'the pns Il at for the most part their time the fundamental issues of the moral thev ore rwylng, Htnl pay-In- s is spent rm matter? no more allur law showing that a lasting civiliza-Mo- n dKt!on tnx his ap flrfullv nnd wlitumt 'tUetloii, ing or romantic than those that fall mut he based on the eternal was convinced thai it wassnepneru,- stepping back ho waited. The eagle wns luteiiibil to be T1 I In lieu of 1c mosl men. Charles Kingsley in moral order. ixiuueu worK. .Moses, tne lined one foot then tho other. It all ollH-- r tnes. This VnMluctl.n tux, had the courage to face Pharoah spread one wing and then the other, I eaking of his daily work said it The experience of the ages on the basis of tl present Jield of nil crystallized into tho proverb because he was convinced that this Finally spreading its great wings 111 Iwrtf lirL: V uutliiif fit moru l In usually consisled "In visiting a few was his appointed task. William the p, began to rise higher and higher u reveme the s?te ' l'"r ff'ttacer. in sitting beide one "Where there is no vision the people KUiomi h . is riTus focM n MiurJv tb:it vleideO or Iwt sick people, in talking with perish." God's word came to Jere- Silent said "I cannot desert my until it was lost in thn turn nf thn i.i, rvieniie pwIoum ti the enaetiM-u- t farmer across the hedge." We miah saying "What seest thou?" post." Oliver Cromwell expresesd tun. Turning to tho bystanders the of th- - i.i w, wliih the oil men nt bear much lalk of "a man's job" and Tho men who have seen visions, the truth when he said "No man young man said, "Boys, when I used j Dm did isit opiMs- - befuru the high he will rise when to caro for my father's sheep yonder phrae ha come lo mean snme- - who have, read in the unfolding ofnow,s III CIIIM'IIIIXJ 111. thrng that is big and showy. Ver- God's providence, the need, peril. ho climbs into the chariot wheels on the mountain I used to see that "Xoi mily bus "the (ill lnilurr of God and surrenders himself to hird. 1 knew him in the window. the vtiite In this line, 'but il. often a man's job is to do somethinc nromise. and opportunity ol life Ibat no one e1e will do because Ihey have trod Ihe earth leaders of mon. the horseman." Believing that they I conhl not bear tn see him chained fiini.sli n? inploiiieiit lo 1U men It 1ms oiitIi1 eTery irwa tiihik it is tveneath them. Througli Tho supreme lest of your life and were doing what God wanted them down there. His home is up there and IiuiiiIm In the st.ite within a ra Uie imagery of the prophets people minti is whether we will be able to to do tho Pilgrim Fathers left their among the rocks and crags." Man's lio of many miles of the 1.11 fi.w; .yore looking for great things when catch the vision of God's advancing lands lor rough and untried shores. real life is up yonder ahove the sin l.tvTcrty Wing in demand at lilsh u,p Messiah should come and were nrovidenco and deliver its message This sanviction of an appointed and selfishness of the world, and God and j.rv liHVtnf m.tul.ill for others aJlJ iv.,,, .ijpointp,, .wllPn ,,p ramo to those around us. An Italian work in life has marked the career has, through ChrisL broken every . been some rarrrom ,. wnal lo uwm WPrp laborer was carrying a heavy bur- of the earth's greatest souls and Tetler so that we may, if we will, '" Hum ..iifl.ie.!. The imtlve j'Utatioi "c" rommonplacp things. I am den tip one of the streets overlook- until man gels this conviction he rise to our real life. Until we reach of the oil tlelds nre irnuv prui-.- f nnd contented tliun they eer were Iti nnt slre that the people of our own ing the matchless Hay of Naples. can never have his largest success. tins life we can never have the Great Men also have ABSOLUTE spiritual power which is life's most their live, bind too jMor to raise vu day are unlike the people of old in He stopped a few mnmenls and laid a fuss an'hnvim: develojHNl tut this respect. It ought to cool the asnlo his load while ho viewed the FAITH IN THE ULTIMATE SUC potent influence. Harry Emerson ii. owners oeor.i tne ion.iet dn-iuifeverish ambition or men wlier. vast panorama. Prinlvinir info his CESS OF THEIR CAUSE. There is FosdicX tells the story of a derelict beauty loving soul the grandeur of in their story no thought of failure. thai was sunk in one of tho tidal rh:h,ly fraro(l the scene he burst mil into enthu This comes because they have made rivers of New Tork. It was In thd a who flcht these suits to the court of hlb sure that (heir cause is right and way of a hridge that was to be h "Bella Vista" -t tlon und becuus. of the tj- - " at ,,u' would be belittled bv siastic emphasis ried ownership of these wells and iht common laks. Tho great need of Beautiful View." Wo must pause right must win. When Washington' built. Divers put chains about the stxlc in the coinpnnles nffected, thH human life today is not bigger tasks lone enniiL'h to view tho nnnrumn army was at Valley Forge most peo- - obstacle and all day long the engin,m(1 losl fa,t, in the "au tuny t the Supreme Court of tbt hut bigger souls. All around us of God's providence if or eers directed tugs which puffed and our souls!''0 Tinted Stutes The oil men think tU talents are going to wate in xvait- - thrill with tho words 1,10 Washington's faith pulled m vain to dislodge it. Then of Ihe faster. was 8""?. ColumbllS had faith that a young student fresh from the big op,M,rh.nlties. The soul "Lift Un VOI1P oves rmd lnnV nn work would win sooner or later, technical school asked the privilege. ever smaller that thinks of fields for thev nre whitn nlrondv ..... r.i.-- t i,i.. tnvHii..,,. n,. to harvest." For the one who looks Let us mako sure that our course is of trying. The vexed and impatient pay the production tux. rinUils nc ,,s ia as beneath it. their leases extremely hlch wni..- - ' 0 0,, occasion Oeneral Stnne-hlt- h hero is the vision for the willing right and this in itself will strength- chief granted the request. The c.K,t if trnnsHirtntloii f uppi'e wall Jackon wanted n bridge over tailor who looks beyond the sweat en our hands for the taslj and fortify young student brought tho great flat to nun in tne nein, as well o ui!nt ilm Slienandonh River ovor which and weariness of tho long hours of our souls against discouragement boats that had brought granite from rentHls on leuses of doubtful value .., ,hh arn)v ro,,1( v ormont and when the or,oro,j tho harvast day to the cool of the and doubt. tide was out In the last place we find that life's ho fastened thes'e lo the derelict. bu,,d a evening when "he Hint reapelh re H; is SPIRITUAL i The Atlantic began to come in and l'oivnMi ivnirns ntnl rn I linnil tail greatest dynamic waPnn'"astPr ta,.lp'1 extremHy heuvy and im.st unjust, iind n1' , . fiiMiui vtii ittaik t ... will tend to make cnpltul In othei uincKsiiiiiii aim gnvo mem oruors to unto eternal life." It is tho vision tunt'n- - 1 "i" mails soui is uiiKed its mighty shoulders underneath the n ",r" wunout boats lifted tho derelict from its " 13 lutes euuttiHi about eouilni; Into thf get tho wagon train across. At dav- - whieh sees hoyond the hot and toll-- p. Kentucky oil Held. The oil men wl bnak the blacksmith came and ini? dnvs nf life tn ihe nnt.imn n.ir wings or a snip wunout sans. Apart resting place. That young man had have come to Kentuck) expect no fa- - cnlle! Geneml Jackson and said. vest Homo when "both ho that from 00,1 U,oro is no rral worlli or harnessed inflnilo force to his task. vors nt the ItHHds nf the people ot 1,1 ",an- got the wagon and x.weth ami he that reapoth shall A',ari ,rom l,M ,s Tho great souls of th6 world are through the laws nf the state, but the) "General we've mui is uwariod and fettered. A I hose that havo harnessed Hie inartillery across." Jackson wtw rejoice locetbee" do eXHt equal and Just troutliienl He iald. "How We see further in the groat mon tnoiiutaiu youth was ono day walk- titule power of God almighty lo the from a Imsliieiss taudMilut, ami If de- greatly astonished. tasks of their lives. That power is nied It will tixlwust every recourse ic did you do it?" "Well." said Uie of IIih world a conviction that they ing down the streets of a littlo vilsecure It." black mil h, "we had --oine mon tn were doing their appointed task. lage. He snw ehained in the window at your disposal. Use IL pile rocks in the mhldlo of tho Until Ibis conviction comes a man of a gtwery store a beautiful Amor stream and put soiim legs from the cor never dn his hest work. The iean eagle. He walked inside and To Improve Idle Time. bflnks to Uie sluues, put rails across blarkstnilh who believes that God,a,:', ,f "lon',y wou,d purchase the Wherever there are rhr dollari' ir " was the reasonably stationary as many as 600 Christian Promises. nnd drove ever." General Jackson wauls him to be a blaaksmith Ls,b,Hl' soldiers, When Jesus Christ says that he ha said. "Where are the engineers?" bound to excel in his trade. Thai rp,y' H l,bit0il 049 mon-- v 0,1 tl,e and murines at the base camps sallora or overcome tho world he means thnt "They're up in the tails makin? saul whieh nulUv adonis ll.o nn. "a i"i aau waiKed ports of shipment or with the armythe of his conquest Is the pledge of ours. If dlnpraiite of a bridge." Tho black- ItoinlH siluntion in Did belief that out of the door ami down the street occupation, there will be educational he had failed, we could not have suc- smith mhI wngtuwnnstar had n be was brought A erowd of interested bystanders courses supervised by the V. il. C A. U Ute kiagdarn fw ceeded. It U because ho has succeedfollowed him. When he reaehed For those who are to bo moved In u ed that wo cannot fall. arc homely bisk wblwh tboy aetMin-plidb- sueji an Itaur is a saul destiaod ba Ike eutskirts ot the. village These be et the few weeks there will be short courses, in a hmly way. There Isaiah toll Ute regpaiuU Christian promises; these are Christian but there will be bomuthlu to Interest great many people teday who b!liy ef his Million beeause he eagle un the fuuee, took from Hi every one. delights; these are the Joys ol nn a feel tho chains that bound it and ilu sitnriiiurv Joiumb Parker. PROTEST JACK TAXES FAMOUS PEACE TREATIES 4 Pe-it- e ls. n lll ' com-fr.rlah- (! oue-hiil- i iron-porti- " s M ''T Kng-lan- d ' be v? .... Frank-preache- g IkXei-utlv- e i - ! be-ra- - I lw - ' ' ' vlth u d.W,c!"Py I 't'T T .- Jm-lsd- ; i;:'r'j :r ' fi clw zztni i rr:. " " V , i i -- I w ed eml ' . 1)1" Pago Efglit TUB CITIZEN May 2D, 1019. i on. 0, to seo her brother, WiP Tom Rolierls, and family in Oluy' Croucher, who Is very siok. Mrs. BUCKEYE STATE county lal Friday, Snturday anil Frank Donley nnd son, Clay, were in Sunday. F.noelt llalcomb returned Berea lat Saturday. John Reese A DRY DESERT home Sunday afternoon from the oil and family spent Saturday and SunMrs. Cynthia Ponder has day wilh relatives nl Johnelta. llelds. been very sick but is belter at pres- Mrs. W. S. Payne and children of No corrnponJf n publlthM unln ilxnnl In full bj the wrlt. Th nm ent. Miss Winnie Rowland is vis- Conway spent last week with Mrs. ALL IS QULT AS DOORS OF SAn eyiJf nr of grexj faith. WKt pklnlr li not for putillcntlon. but iting in Clark and Madison counties O. M. Payne. Clay Dooley of LOONS ARE CL03ED FIGHT at present. Harve Kvnns and Hu- Goochland nttendeil church nt Clear MADE ON REFERENDUM. Five received llrst clns, six rc- WORDS OF APPRECIATION bert Hamilton of Mndlson county Creek Sunday. .Angle Payne spent fnil-lica few days wilh her brother, Stanare here for a few days' visit. The mnnagcr nf The Citizen lias reived second class, and eight Mrs. Nannie Pendergrass hn been ley, at Conway last week. privileged, (luring (ho past few ed. II looks now as though there Several Men Engaged In Liquor Traffic Almost very poorly for the last week. weeks, lo visit several of The Gil- - might he n shortage of Icarhrrs in people are planning lo attend the Unanimously Have Decided To Da I.ueile Tom Rowland wns in Major Mon- Commencement at Berea. izen correspondents, hold meeting this county this year. ObedlU To Prohibition Amendment Adopted By Voter Last November. day. in their respective communities Collier Is visiting in Annville. Earnestvllle MADISON COUNTY and thru their aid increase the sub- - Mrs. Harrison Chadwcll, who was p.ccidenlly shot in the face with Knrneslville, May 2d. Mrs. Dovle Wentirn Nwsp'ipfr Union Nfwii 8rvlo. scription list in each place. Panola K. Blrknell Brandenburg died Sunday morning. lgn Meetings have heen held at shot gun, i very low and not Cohiiiilins, (). Accnrilliu to Panola. May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Island City, Vaughn' peeled lo recover. She has been to Colorado for the bought a nice horso noted, those wlio eNpect lo lie ulite to Mill, the Durham school house and n. F, Minter visited on Hlnek Water Luther Walton of No- - point to tsii condition of tuiiirrli.v ami pal year for her health and was recently. There getting along very well until, she laud visited his sister Saturday and luuli'MsiM-- ' in Ohio w..l lie iniriuiiilly Conway, with calls made at Dispu- - Ihsl Saturday and Sunday. l. ilHppii:i l"ll etIRilgeil In Did lanla, Kerhy Knob, Idamay, Clover were two weddings in town lasl took influenza. Her remains were, Sunday. Joshua Mclutire visited liquor utmost uimlili lonxly tin vo e. mother and daughter near tlerlili-t- l lo lie iim otiiHlieiit to Hie pro-Ii- . placed in the Brandenburg grave-'h- is Bottom, Sand Gap, Sturgeon, and week. Miss Cora Hogns was Hed to Kli Oahhard. The hride is yard. She leaves a husband nnd l.eighton, Sunday. Friends of s Iiltlnii Hlurmlnient niloptiHl lijr Hie gil Robinson formerly of this place, Inst friends to mourn her loss. In each instance a royal welcome the daughler of Jailor Snm Hogii. nt though the mint has heen extended, and in every and the groom n returned soldier There is an oil drill in operation but now of Ohio, received word a ilmstlr litw nn c iihIiIo were on the Jew days ago that lie had been KiHtute Imok. The rioting u lit wns community his visit has been anil son of J. W. Oahhard of Sand on William Gabbard's farm. Lick. MKs Forrest Reynold, daugh- protltable and pleasant. this vicinity have thrown from a buggy and broken niHrlteil with fur lits ilNonler iliiin luul Several men from CLAY COUNTY made Imwm hiiix .Niled. The iiiiI.ts to nia.ii-taiCitizcn correspondents are. loyal ter of Mrs. I.ou Reynold, was been hnuljng oil drills from Wild I. is leg and is in a critical conditon. Vine the In as glren by the State Mr. Robinson was already a cripple, to the paper they represent, and married to Column Andrew, a reOwing to so much Dog to Island City the past week. Vine. May 21. IJtir l.tivm ng Itntinl, were mrr'od in most cases are doing all in their trned soldier. The correspondent rain the farmers are Kctlim: behind F.llis Bowman has returned from not having walked for several years, nut Willi I lie of the miiIooii " Several from this place attended kippers tlieiiiMMws. power to increase the circulation wihe both couples Ions, prosper-i- n wilh their work. Tl.nir Mocks Mr. and Mr1. over sons service and says 'There's oms and happy lives. Mrs. Jane William Hoper are the proud par- no place like Kentucky." pr.iclli iilly they pun to enter Mr. and court al Irvine last Monday . their home communities. o i.er lines of activity. Antlinrll es It has been a real pleasure to Hays who has been very sick i ents of a bouncing girl. Her name Mrs. Green Charles are the prou I - I halt the turthe hooitiver ..nl e i.iuHarry Collier is' Bertie. UNITED STATES NEWS "meet up" with these faithful much better now. Sunday school i pro- parents of a fine baby girl, born will oxTHte to it IiIHiUhI e.Mcnt, lull (Continued from Ftgs One) "pushers of the pen" and to study i lmlpjriK hi neichbnrs hang wall gressing nicely at this place with May 12. Misses Eunice Burke. U.HI tl.erv hi'I ! no mow of tins m for paper this week. Harry is a "Neigh-makin- g Dan Pennington as superintendent. Fannie Hamilton and Bertie Brand- -, possibilities with them the I ohtn'n If otin An army of more than JfflO.OOO t.t'tjr tlmn ,."M'. Dr. W. II. and Mrs The Citizen a more helpful bor" indeed. Mrs. Rebecca Browning is very enlinrg were the guest of Miss Ith ' llilll llltillll lllK, W'llHML moil will be required to hnrvest the widely read paper in each vil- - Mabel Hornsby will leave next poorly. Bowinnn S'indny night. and Carter Married, at the home of li mi Hie rights re Midi t lage and hamlet reached by our Vdnesdny for an extruded visit in I be bride. May fi. William Penning-- t, Bowman of Bonneville wa the guest giant wheat crop in Kansas this irlvnle rlti.a'tiH, were In force. It Is 'iir- - according to A. L. Barkman. .iiitYiitml l tin I no mii'Ii luw will lie Pennsylvania. The Doctor eontem-I- n paper. Mrs. Marv Clay, both of this of C T. Cmbbard Saturday night. making the journeys to his nlnN takinc a postgraduate course plnce. Mny their lives be long and Mr. Woolmnn preached to a large '"'recior or Harvest worn, united raiwil without ymni.itc ( ijMirf mi ty tfla,-- ' Employment Service. Many nr u refereiiilmii t'miMers xhov appointments the writer has used in medicine before they return, T. N. Roberts who has crowd al Corinth last Friday. Sat- happy. that the miImm it of leclnlalmii of th.s various methods of travel, includCarico been very poorly is about well urday night and Sunday. Five new thousands of this n her must sort !!ll lack the iififMir) l.s i ing the auto, the train, the fleet- There is a big again. Caricn. May 21. Mrs. H. II. Rice and little additions to the church were made. ,'"1,,,, f""11 "Utshle the sttuttt. In tlif viiti of !' Ii Iiihih lie making the estimate he referred lo SeoM son. Vernon, are still improving. fooled horse and the stubborn tide in the river here today. For the trr .Hit the iiietlon in nnIiI "" report of the Kansas Board of fO lie one for the Courts. The AMI mule, with a wagon occasionally Tuey had a fine yearling to got J S. Pennington has purchsaed a ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Agriculture, issued lust month, SoliHiti I.ohjjiii' I tn titki'ii h poiltinn at Gilbert new Adlcr organ. used for a change. However, the ii? log broken lasl week. Conway Misses Laura "with a general lerl lo twieoltmue UwletMiieHt, hy climax was reached on his recent Reynolds has gone lo London to see Hornsby and Cinda " Pennington Conway. May 27.. Farmers are!ul,icl' trip to Clay City, when he was his daughter. Mrs Abbie Hammack. spent Saturday night with Myrtle hehrnd with their work on account average condition of WU2 per cen'. HiyliiK Hint no ..unites re in forve. nn estimated total of l0,7fiU.000 Altonie.vs r'ir.'eiit:iii Ihe lihemis. on m carried safely across the rushing Mrs. Scott Tusey has been of so much rain; many of them are Pennineton. the other IihihI. Ii.ui' tlevliitvd tlmt arres of growing winler whent, on the stalwart shoulders ina her parents. Mr. and Mr. Jones yet. Klee not done planting corn tin- - Inws ii r iiinle now in mirli tho H!,s local- - Durham, the last week. of the "Citizen man" in that vtr had a mure flattering .11 eft Ihpwr tntllle. The s'tuiitlnti is We are who ha sheen visiting GARRARD COUNTY ity. And this deed of kindness was having some of the wettest weather hnmerolks. on a furlough will re- - j prospect for a record smashing, 111 nr.oinnl.v, mnl i f.irther Paint Lick performed several times in the here ever known. People are he- ! ttie iiHIIeiitliin thnt II ilniNtle hivv Paint Lick. Mav 20 Miss Fannie 'urn to his camp on the Mexican rrP. "' course of a day's canvassing. We hind with their planting and hoeing would let nl to hrtji the l Mitlei:):er Everett Bailey Ik Dowden was the guest of her s's bonier Friday. Representative scarcely need add that this gentle- nnd all work. Illinois, .is it Mould rvult In a huy Increusi Madden. Isaac Hines has tin J trr, Mrs. W. C. Haley, in Berea last witti homefolks for a few days, he- speaking in the House, declared that m prim. man is in line for a Carnegie five bee swarms. Miss Marie week. James Harve Ralston wa fore leaving for his work in the medal for ncighborliness. Milburn is very poorly at this a Lancaster South for the summer. Born to "'" League of Nations would cause visitor Monday. A deferred visit to McKee an'J writing. Hawker Picked Up At Sea. There will be preaching j Israel Shepherd has purchased n the wife of John Rice, on May 20, trouble for tho United Stnles and Bond will be made later, with at Flat Top the second Sunday in I.omlon. Hurry !. llaHker ami a boy. Mother and baby are doing would involve the nation in onlang-fln- e. new Oakland six. .Mr. and .Mr, i iiiiiiuaniliT pleasant experiences anticipated. Markenxm Ho said l.'eutenmit June. Mrs. Lilio Smith and daugh- Widie of Richmond visited Mr. anil Miss Hazel Shumaker of '"'K. European alliances. Irieve, the The Citizen family, is large, ter were visiting Mr. Smith' Lee county is the guest of her ""' nations in Europe are now at ii mi nttimipttwo airmen who Ntarteilc to ity m ruts tio Atlan-t.helpful and happy; we hope it may father. Henry Evans, of Moores Mrs. George Conn Wednesday. war. Ho declared that the Frenoh Mr. and Mrs. Green Ward have re- eniisin. Geneva Beldon. this week. Ocean frMli become larger, more helpful and Creek last week. people were not friendly to Ameri- - lieen pi eked up St. Johns, N. I',' Imvu Jake Ford has turned to their home in Harlan, Died on Mav 20. Willinm. the little nt h ntul liuiileil In very happy. ean and that America .'mtlaml. Both men nre In perfect Mrs. returned from over seas. after having spent two weeks witli three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. would ''Idlers take part Wo shall continue to have to Louise Settles is very' poorly at this her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike W. E. Wynn. He was sick only one in dispute . eHllli. It oltleinlly Is niimiiimvil hy to this end. Hazel, the little daughter Noe. writing. week. All was done for him that wincit would result in war. The tie Ailiulnilly that the aviators werj The pupils and teachers of The Citizen Manager. of Orbin Smith, ,'is very sick at p:linl up In iutltmlf .'i)L'0. lohiCltuilo "alknn. the High School gave a reception could be done, vet be was taken breeding which have always been a Imvliif ntlghteil rloso to Ihe III. ground for war. will cause present. Oat crops are looking Friday afternoon in honor of Mis? from them. Four of the best doc- th Da ii '.tli s.eaiaer Mary, owing to n '"lure trouble, he believes. He llno here. People are taking ad Patrick, one of the teachers. tors they could gel came and did all JACKSON COUNTY stopitH.'e of circulation in the water vantage of the seasons and are set- - Mrs. could to relieve him of liin voeat.vt universal military training pipes between tho miluitor mnl the Parrot John M. Smith had the mis,inR 0lI plants of all kinds. sulTering. but nothing could relievo n,1(l a small peace army, together water pump. Tht nlrplntie was not Parrot, May 20. Farmers here fortune lo fall down the stairs at need some dry weather as they aro: Sanley Couch lias returned from her home and break her shoulder. him until Jesus called him I,, dwell! with a navy in keeping wilh the .hIvhcihI. The first reMirt of the n ,a anpvtno I tnn His remains will bn 'growth of the merchant marine ns tors sIihv wr "hop otr' Inst Sunilny with Him. J tut Willi nines ...ill. mull ulhiii'nrmu Lancaster iaken lo Berea today for burial, necessary lo safeguard ttie intcr- - cime when tile llnry, wlilrh was lioiinil cultivation and the preparation of i Lancaster. May 20. Miss Parkfrm N'orfolk lo Aarlilius, roiiiuled lint of America, not, dear parent, for Jesus '' their tobacco ground. Pigg, the POWELL COUNTY er of Williamsburg is the guest of Weep tiillt of Lew-I- ami wlicwumceil that slio hog man, was through here last said. Suffer little children to come Vaughn's Mill . Uud Iluwker und (.iriev. alumni. Miss 'Addie Chriseillis at Hyatts-vill- e. i William Haywood and other I. W. unto me ami forbid them not, for week paying fifteen cents for hogs. Vaughn Mill, May 20. The pa3t Mrs. Edd Scale and little 'I . . . He bought a very nice bunch. In of such is thekingdom of heaven.!'- - loaders serving sentences Week nas heen a rninv nnn hern on. James Dorwin, are spending! Ports For Wounded Given Up". .... ill.. Fort Leavenworth penitentiary for Tn IIM. I.'inra ui innniin,-- , was, I ani tne farmers aro much (lis several weeks wilh her parents in nnd with these promises we know violation of tho espionage New Vork I'.ritigltig iiiiuoiiiu'emeiit law aro caiieu last rnday to see Adam couraged over the situation as Bealtyville. that little Willinm is safe in tho I tret i ami or the nliniiihiiitneiit Tho dedication of arms St uno 13 coniined witli rheu- - there is much corn In Iia nlnntnH of Jesus. Another little lamb unable to pay for having a copy of Nuailr in iMiiliarknt'iiuofp the new High School building prov irts for Atner-''H- ll matism. He is a little better at yet. is gone to dwell with Him; another the record made for appeal to a Lieut. Robert Irvin arrived ed a great success, regardless of the wouinleil. tie hospital ship Mercy present. Jake Ford, an darling little child is sheltered in higher court, according to their at- - arrived here from St. Nnn:re with :W at Clay City for a visit with oh: rain. An unusually large crowd came in homo last Friday. His love God needed one more torney who has llled a pauper's pt patients. Vlrtitiiily all tho woumleil Sam friends The (loctor has been in House As confined to his bed with France for some lijne. having vol was present, an abundant dinner angel child amid His shining hand, tition in United States Court In have liis'ii returneil to the t'ultcil typhoid fever. Dr. Goodman is the untoered his services immediately was served, and a most interesting And so He bent with loving smile Chicago. Judge Landis declined to States, nlllciTs of the Mercy stated, program was rendered. ami thote left will he hrouulit from attending physician. And clasped dear William's hand. permit one. defendant to tile a pauOur local after (he declaration of war. It is area Harmony ' per petition because evidence show- the warOn thronu'li (lie port of merchants are paying thirty-seve- n Boone hoped that ho will resume his lioanl the Jtercy wan for- Harmony. May 20. We are hav cents for eggs, fifty cents per pound practice here as in former years, Sunday school ed ho owned a gold mine. The re i.ial Otis Sosl. of t'olllns. .Mist., who Bonne. May 20. (ng lots of wet weather here now in for fryers, twenty-foprogressing nicely at Fair View, cord contains 3l,000 pages and is returmsl tillnil anil il.'tplle hlx liamll- for hens. as he is a fine doctor and a splen and the farmers are getting badly with Mr. Shumaker as superintend- believed to be the largest document i.p ttie chiH'ker champion of Still this is but a moderate price did gentleman. t, the Joe Clark and behind wilh their work. Manv of ent. having defeated euch olllcer of tlio when we begin to calculate on Winford Davis pulled out for Tor Torn Johnson was called to of its kind ever llled. tho farmers here are not done plant the bedside of his mother, who is sUl'what wo pay when we go to the rent last Friday with a , number of ing corn yet. The Rev. W. M. fi. ery ill at tin' Robinson Hospital. store. Senator Lodge has called a meetJohn Cunagim has sold his work mules. John Burton has Hufchins and wife attended mem Six Ar Mining; May Da Lost. placo to Richard Price. ing of Progressives, open to the James Grant is on Ihe sick list. Pheo Mi- had his dwelling house over-haulorinl services at Ephesus lasl 3un Mrs. James Grant was calling on public, to hear protests over apUnltlmore. Three pisscucfrx unit llard bought a nice hog from Claborn from lop lo bottom. Lyle Kennon day, where Hie Rev. Mr. Hulchins Mrs. Mattio Coylo Sunday afternoon. pointments on Senate committees. three llreuicil of the uleatner Vlrulnln, Hundley. Arnold Cornett, Sanley was the carpenter. Jeff Wright wn Icli wiih liunied to oucii, Walter Parrett and Bob and son, Frank, of Clark county, preached (he memorial sermon to a James Lambert made a business Despite defe.it of their plan to have on ttie Clii'snpenke the water' edw llity Saturday large crowd. The other speakers Inp ( Lexington Wat hen of this place have just re- are in our midst mingling with old one (Jay Ias,l week. Senators Penrose and Varren se- tnornlnu, are missing. The passengers were: the Rev. J. H. Peace, of Crab turned from "over there." Hurrah for Tho Citien and its lected, the Progressives regard this are llymiin Siullli and his Tin friends and relatives. They for orchard, and the Hon. J. C. McClary, many renders. Rev. Pearl Hacker preached an in merly as a big victory and declared it is an son Itenjaniln, Mlslcr-lml lil lived hero on the creek. Stanford. Everybody seemed lo Ida l.ovy, nil of NtnvMirt New. important teresting sermon to a largo crowd Dr. Norton, who lias been practic step toward bringing Diiputanta Mrs. J. T. StigaM at this plnce last Sunday. Several ing dentistry for the past three enjoy the day. about harmony I it the Republican Disputanfav May 20. FaVmer visited her sister al Stanford last in this vicinliy aro behind with parly, wfiioli has fen threatened young folks met at John Johnson's years Nineteen Victims Ar found. al Furnace, has gone to week. Mrs. Eliza Robinson of their corn planning Cedar Itaplds, Intvn.Klx nnire hod Saturday night. All of them enjoy-fc- d Richmond to open an office. on account of so with senors disruption. leu were taken from the ruin of ilm the evening. Lots of tobacco is Minnie Hillard Private Charley West, recently re this place, who Is in poor health much rain. went In Lancaster last week to see being set. OfL COMPANY ORGANIZEDIN Doiiulas Siiirch Plant, lirliinc the has been in very poor health for turned soldier, has again resumed Several folks from this total of known dead In the exrtoMnn Dr. Kinnanf. -- - Chnrlie VanIIook JtfCUMOND place attended church al New Hopo quito a while. his barber Irado at Furnace. to II). The siMiivhers lime replied folks were visited by a lot of thoir Inst S"unday. Mtotison County's llrst oil comMr. Peter Hartley McKee The past week has been a lively klnfolks from Rockcastle county the vicinity of Hut dryroom, In wlMi of Red House spent last week with pany was organized in (tichmonvl It It believed 13 or liO linillcs amV McKee, May 20. Farmers around one at Stanton. The school year nst week. Old Sister nrock, tho her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Hart, at reconffj, when (he T. K. Hamilton burled. McKeo aro gettigu very anxious to al Stanton College has come to a Rev, W. W. Brock's, mother, Is very this place. Mrs. Mason Anglin is Oil Company wa formed, with a have somo dry weather as they aro close and tho commencement exerow nt this writing and is not ex visiting her daughter, Mrs. local! busi rour Injured When Train Strikes Auto Idi number vl well-knogetting behind with their work. cises havo been taking place. To peeled lo live. Walter and Ver- - Cope, at Lee Valley, Tenn. Anderson, I111I. Jits. Kimim Ernest ness meiv. as principal stock hold Miss Garrett of Indianapolis has those who were in reach of them it gio Roberts and John MeQurrrsnII Hart who has been at flatliesburg, ers. Its naaitnl ira Qxeil nl AtOO- .IS yenrx old, nf Indianapolis, been the guest of Miss Verna Kngle has been a time nf Joy and pleas- al (ended memorial services at Eph Miss., for somo tlmo has returned lOllO ...... flli full, ni'f nt? nOlnnMa ttirtfii wa killed iiislaully uud four other ntul ..I".' ...1,..,,,. o.l.ul,.. the past week. There were 19 ure. The Community Rally held esus last Sunday. resli'irftitN of tndiiiiuipollit went liijured Gerogo Colson home. Misses Ruth and Angle elected; applicants in the examination for at tlu Christian church on Tuesday .vhei Ihe touring ear In which they sold his flock of sheep to E. L. Wil Payne spent Sunday with Misses President, L. P. livins, teacher's certificates last week. nisht, May 20th, was pronounced a son for n good price. were filling wan strut k hy a passenger Edd John Ella and Crissio Dooloy at GoochPant Burnatn;. Secretary train at Oulevllle. son sold a nice mule to J. C. Wilson land. It. T.vbnoy and G. T. Payno and Treasurer,. T. K. Hamilton. for a fancy price. were in Mt. Vernon last week. The company owns about 1,800 Riot Duty Opposed By Militiamen. f 'mlumhiiM, O. Former otlkvr of the I'lie Rev. Georgo Childress motored ucres of leases m Jackson. County, ottio atlonul ('nurd are hot cugcr for OWSLEY COUNTY to Berea Monday. . Edd Jones of said to be ono of tint most premising lie rMMnl)lliliuii'nt nf tlin- (urganlza- Ml. Vernon was calling at O. M. llelds in the state: Maor 111 basis, af present. 00 u Major, May 20. There was church Payne's last Saturday. Davo Wil Tills iw iluvetifped when mttw tbirt at Union Saturday night with Bro. liams of Wallaceton visited his son. Heforo the War, American tourists KM) fnrmcr inlllilu otllcerH met at the Ed. Gabbard as preacher. Sunday-scho- ol Tine, last week. Mrs, R. T. Abney spent annually $300,MXMM)0 in TUU'y t'apltol to mushier the situation'. Th is progressing nicely at and little daughter, Stella Burnum, and France. Since then; great part meeting whs culled hy Adjutant Returns to its beforc-the-w- ar 0w Union with n large attendance. spent the week end in Berea. Tino of this nioiioy ban goinr into Unufn eral Hoy K Ijtyton and wmr eon" high standard of quality Miss Bertha Scale returned fromJ Williams was very lucky in finding Sam's colfers, or into ditforent dueled In the hull of the House offftcnf . . ... Rena Saturday Miss Man Griffith two beo trees last week. Dick branches of patriotlo work. And BimwiiaiiveK. mny ir row oltlcerk' WhW guest of Mrs. Levi David- Baker of Berea was the guest of (he remainder has helped toincroasu wwre mil In the former organisation' was tho pavtlclpted. Prnrtlcally all, iiiinvovoty son Saturday night, Misses Row- Bertha King Sunday. Mrs. John the circulation of money in our wow oyttrsfai twrvlvtt cullltllalllnt., land ami Ursula Roberts anil Win- - Miller of Climax was called to Hain- - country. great success, considering the many ton Rowland vlsllrH thoir uncle,' East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else cn 1 mar-Irvin- obstacles in the way. Win. K. Rix, nmnnger of the Heren Cllion. made the principal and only address of the evening "preaching both his and Mr. Harrison's sermons." County Agent II. II. Harrison was to have been wilh us, hut for some unknown enue, we know not what, he failed to meet his appointment. Mr. Rix gave us a good talk along the Hum of "spiritual welfare of the community." After the meeting he look some subscriptions for the paper, after which he spent the nighl Mr. with the local correspondent. Rix was determined to meet his here as will be seen: Ool i'P enrly to calch (he train on leaving home; ran a mile to catch a conveyance lo Vaughn's Mill; saddled up a man. mounted nnd forded the creek; split the mud and many flther tilings loo numerous to men-lio- n. To such men we dolt our hats and say come again, for we need you. three-year-o- ld I Vlr-mn- ny vo-ttr- NoM-mli- fr n lllH-.ll- "1 I iwo-ihl- a' -- visit-strea- ' ' ad-th- ey ' I s .(,, .... Ant-wer- p. ur vex-se- - ed 41 n linr,-Atls- s VltW-Preside- nt, No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour - - pre-wn- r Once Tried - Always Used