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LEHMAN, M.n.ilna Editor Knlttd at IAr, WUR at Htm, Kv at umlrr Aft of Monk, inn. tlntu lbHthti fry nurtdaw at lltrra, Ky De-rotgjt- o The Citizen ttie Interests of tlie FROLIC OF THE POLAR Our Threefold oxxriteilrL 1020 Vol. XXI VVc I'lvo Cents Per Copy. IlEttEA, MADISON COUNTY, KK.NTUr.KY. JANUARY 15, - People Fifty Cents per Year. KILLED to all Uio news of Bcrea and vicinity; to record Uio happenings of Borca Collcgo; to bo of Interest Aim: To givo tho Mountain People. Quo Dollar and MANY No. 29 note with plcasurp that the Kentucky Senate urges the National Senate to ratify the Peace Treaty "without amdndment or reservation other than those which may fairly and reasonably interpret the terms thereof." Senators of both parties heartily endorse this resolution. When you'have a conviction that n thing ought to be done and finally ou go and do it, isn't it surprising how many good, sensible people you lincl who come to your support? Davy Crockett's advice is good today; "This rule to all when I am dead, Be sure you're right then go ahead." On the other hand, it often happens that folks do not have convictions of their own, but allow others to think for them. Consequently some of the propaganda that is afloat today poisons some minds thai would have been immune had hey been active before. v an BEARS PERSONS BY QUAKE IN MEXICO WorldNews On Saturday, tho loth of January, Several Towns Hard Hit by Series of Germany completed all tho formTemblors In Neighborhood of alities connected with tho Pcaco Volcano, Treaty and thus restored a condl-lin- n or peace onco more in F.urope. .Mexico City, Jan. 0. Ten states were shaken by the enrthqunke which 'I he occasion was a somber one, on Saturday night destroyed nt least without any evidences of pood will. two village nnd canned ninny deaths Germany feels tho seriousness of In the stnte of Vera Crur. tho terms, but from many expresThese states wore Mexico, Pticbln. Vera Crur, Oaxncn, Guerrero, Morelos sions of the press thorn is apparent .Inllsco. Tlaxcada, Hidalgo nnd Quero-laro- . a purpose to make then good in They stretch from the IsthmU" order to restore tho good namo and of Tchuantcpcc In i northwesterly dl reputation of tho country in the rectlon n distance of nearly K0 miles, world. and from hp Gulf of Mexico to the What U Profiteering? We turn to Webster's and Thp Standard Dictionaries of recent date of publication and we do not find the word. A new word, but a very common one. The profiteer takes advantage of, or makes an economic situation, whereby he makes large sums of money by selling goods at extremely large profits. Usually he hordes a commodity and makes it appear scarce; so that the consum-- . er chooses to pay the price rather than to do without it. Men of this type grow suddenly rich, springing suddenly into the millionaire class. Yes; and some of them We condemn in a fortnight. become him because he is a robber, and if we could only locate him, we'd punish him severely. Why can't we find him? Is it because there is only one or a very few of them? Or is it because there are so many? We fear that it is the latter, and that the number of men who seek to make larger an3 still larger profits' are on the increase. Profiteering is not limited to the selling of goods, but he who charges exorbitantly for his work is in the same class. It is not the size of the business. There arc no doubt profiteers in $ 1,000 businesses as well as $1,000,000 businesses. Nor is it a question of location, he may be found at the corner store as well as in Chicago or New York. multi-millionaires , fO Wtoum Nfifnrr iJnton Tin. "Polar Hoar" held their iinnUMlimld - wlnter frolic ut Manhattan Beach, t dashing Into the water and playing on the suowcovcrod Rand will If onlookers shivered. Kentucky News Lagrange. Krnnk Freeman, 8."), died as I lie r us ti It of full In which his Idp wjis broken. 11 U. S. News Pacific Tho strained reIteports Indlcnted the center of the neigh' lations between tho President and seismic convulsion was kr the borhood of MW Orizaba, a Volcano tho Scnato is likely to call attensltunted about seventy miles west of tion to the most vital defect in our Vern Cruz on tho line between the system of government, namely, tho states of Vera Cruz and Puebla. separation botween tho oxcculivo It wn's In this neighborhood that the and tht legislative departments. , most serloii damage was done. Secretary Baker has already sugn village thirty-fivmiles north-ens- t gested tho necessity of a ohango by of the volcano, has been virtually destroyed, nnd n similar fate befell giving the Cabinet members seals Couztlnn, a small hamlet In that in tho House and Senate President neighborhood. Wilson has, for many years, favored Many houses nnd churches In some change toward that end. a city nbout fifty miles north ed Teo-celoe . Tlie Supremo Council of tho League of Nations lias drafted n nolejto Holland asking for the cx Wilhclm. It tradition of MiiyMvlllo. Mrs. Nnncy .Muslin Poe wiljjprobnbly be sent on Saturday. celebrated her IMItli birthday nt her DARING HOLDUP IN CHICAGO home on the Sunlit pike. Itjjs reported that rioU and muKlmer Mjers, Paris, tinies have broken out among tho Six Automobile Bandits Take Jewels Georgeirw;n. One Valued at $10,000 sustained fnt Injuries when his unto French naval forces and troops at Man Wounded. Toulon, the military and naval slo overturned near dYorgL'touii, lionlpf Franco on the Mediterran Chicago. Jan. 10. Six nutomoblle Pad'unh. Willie- - Collins, p, died ean bandits cleaned out the three safes from n wound received when ho In the Jewelry store of Frailty Nedar nt discharged his gun In placing Th House Ways and Means Com 1S.T3 Hlue Island nvenue. taking din- It In boal. mitfee. wero told today that a gen mnnds nnd other Jewels valued nt I Stniiford. The store ofAllcn , eralpcncwal of war was probablo $10,000. while they kept five employees if Poland was unable to withstand huddled In n rear 'room. Despite Iloltzelnw, ut Gilbert's creek, In which Hie iKiKtolllce ulo was located, bin mil the iBoIshcvik armies. "Poland is threats nnd violence, the employees re,n Pcn" """V1 nIe- - ,,RC 1 with .1 loss of $3,000. tho fonly bulwark against Bolshe- u.mr... The mmh mm vlsrrL' ftn Id neneml Ttl s ns hn nn-- - I"jee -EJ Tj " ii.- Whllley City. Citizens hnu lodged peutj-- i.. in i At. holdup men escnped In the nutoniohlle, a petition with the State Itullrodd cuss)he proposed loan of 8150,000, - flrlnf inck nt their victims, who ran mto ft Rtrect Commission for n better train service tHjq ior iooa rotief in jsurope, . from the Southern Itnlhvny. 17 to 24 ;Week Remember Secretary Baker recommends that N. Y. SOCIALISTS ARE BARRED Klemlngsburg. Pearl Planck, lit. UnltjgLstatcj supply Poland with J J llUa?ystrPlICs't6vaTa 'l'r Irf J'epel'r AiTemblyAdoptI' Resolution 'DeriytntH rial observances as havo been wounded by his younger brother while ling the westward advance of this KENTUCKY STATE OF Them Seats by Vote of 140 to 6 planned by tho churches, tho Y. M. hunting with a rllle. Long. Applause. , enemy. EXECUTIVE' DEPARTMENT -. C A., the American Bankers AssoOiBco of tba Governor Nbohisvllle. .Mi. Anna Steele, 7(i Albany. N. Y Jan. 8. The Bve Soelation, the National Association of FRANKFORT Tlie National Dcmocratio Sena- cialist members of the assembly were Steele, former ll.ifo Underwriters, tho National As- - widow of dipt. W. today. PROCLAMATION sonation of Ileal Estate Hoards, Ilo- - inn or. died nfler nil lllnes of several tors failed to select a leader Hitch-roc- k, denied seats pending an Investigation of their eligibility and qualifications. A lie vole between Senator Tho President of tho United al credit Men's National Associa-Slat- cs lllllllllls. This action was taken nf'ter a de of Nebraska, and Senator Unincreasing' hon, should be sincerely entered has said, "Only by Crofton. l.eo Price, former citizen, derwood, Alabama, developed in- nunclntlon by Speaker Sweet of the of and by rigid economy to by communities of our Stalo with sustained a crushed skull when a taxi-nito a deadlock. Tito caucus ad- Socialist party. the Socialists were anil savings on the part of tho poo-- 1 tho united cooperation of all agen- collided with u street ,tnr In declared journed subject to the call of the , , He nn n nlntfnmi "tihsnlntnli- - Inlm. pln can wo hopo for a decrease In eics, business concerns, churches I wo candidates. leal to the best Interests of tho state tho burdensomo cost of living." Our nnd individuals. Brownsville. A pickpocket who silt of New York nnd the United States." people aro moro and moro coming to IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I havo The vote on the resolution wns 140 At midnight tonight tho United tho practico of personal thrift as hereunto subscribed my namo and the pocket of James V. Skungs, while was met with in Louisville, his wallet conStales becomes dry by vtho enact- to 0. The nnnouncmcnt voiced by the nations Chief Ex caused (he Great Seal of tho State taining .flXK), prohibition by the long applause. ment of national ecutivo. Furthermore, now Is tho of Kcnlticky to bo nfllxcd, in tho tlmo when there should bo a greater cily of Frankfort, tills 22nd day of Kiiiliienee. The home of I. T. Scott, amendmeni to tho constitution. It has been announced that tho "drys" TURKS SUFFER HEAVY LOSSES conlldenco expressed by tho publio December, in the year of our Lord, near t'ainpbellsburg. tired by an . I e nnr f aim during this tlmo of unrest in tho one 'thousand nine hundred and furnace, was destroyed with it ...Ml raise a iuiiu yi cou,uuu,uuu liui win loss of $10,000. continue their fight; tho money will Greek Occupation Forces Clash With financial institutions upon which nineteen. Detachments of Sultan's Army moslly bo used to educate tho pub-- 1 our Government depends. ThereIn Asia Minor. (Signed) Edwin P. Morrow Wive t'olllver has resign 'irllsle. lie along tho lino of tho injury ro- fore, I, Edwin P. Morrow, Coventor Governor d his position nt the l. & N. freight igniting from u,0 usc 0r HqUOrs. tho State of Kentucky, being In of Snlonlkl. Greeoe. Jan. 6. Greek ociiiiiri- - iirii" n luisiiit'ss nun warhearty accord with similar approval Seal. cupation forces bave clashed with per's (nige, (Ms city. of tho Treasury Department of our City Manager Plan In Kanstt. Turkish detachments near Udemlshe, Federal Government and in tho CLEAN UP AND KEEP CLEAN Kansas is said to havo more cities Asia Minor. Serious losses were InlYhnkfoit.-.balance of Sl.'flO.iVvl flicted upon the Turks, according to hopo of stimulating thought and acwns In the tiv.isUr.v, and outstanding with a commission form of governtion on tho part of all pcoplo of Much More Than Mere Comfort Is In.j lndelitedues.s was JfL'.OIT.'W when the ment than any other state, and It also an official statement Issued at army headquarters. The Greeks attacked has three' cities where the city manvolved In Having Community iidiiiliilstrutloii changed. Kentucky, men, women, nnd chilager plan of government 4s In successtho Turks, who were stationed upon Free From Dirt. dren, and with profound conviction t. .McKee ful operation. One of the latter la two helchts near the armistice line VeiNillles. .Mis .inlm that activity in these matters has The greatest effort In the history of hustiiliied :i broken hip In n. fall on the McCracken, a little city in the western nnd drove thtm from, the field, capturdirect bearing on good citizenship cleanliness Is mil ing one cnunon. Ten Greek soldier wall; at Forest Hume and was tukeli edge of Kush county, with a populaand sound character for tho indition of only 371 persons. It adopted and one officer were wounded. For cleanliness 1ms n history. Its to n Lexington hospital.' vidual, do issue this proclamation, Influence can be traced down the ages. form of city the commission-manage- r and I request thai, tho wcok frojn Those races that were clean were I).' Doss and Miss government and on May 7 the commb TO PAY ROADS FOR 6 MONTHS i:ikton. .Nathan sloners took over tho city affairs. The January 17th to 21th, tho 17lh being those races that were the masters. I.urlle Johnson, 18, CWped to Spring The Athenians, with their bnths nnd Held, Tenn., und were iiiurrled, parents first act wus to elect Leonard L. Ryan lite birthday of our country's proAgree to an Eptenslon of uder Exponent of Thrift, Benjamin beautiful homes, conquered' the Per- of tlie bride having refused consent of McCracken as city manager. He Conferees Income From the United will have complete charge of all the Franklin, nnd in accordance with sians, with their unkempt bennh and owing to her youth. States. business nffnlrs of the city. Chris- the plans of tite national Young dirty skins. The Ilomnns, with theirtian ScierMO Monitor. aqueducts, their barbers, their gnrCovington. James Culbersou, oldest Men's Christian Association and llikMB llin ltl.Mlf II. t. -- It.. Washington. Jan. W. Continuation Villi "IN irilfc t'Ula 1IHJ I'll I IMl(l(llin ...IU mall currier In local service, broke u cooperating organizations, bo sot tMr Boat skmj anU crcagJ. llngtr, of the standard Income return to DR. GIUSEPPE MOTTA rib in a fall, and Paul Whittle, also for n period of six months after n,,art 08 Louis XVI was (he most dainty mon- - a carrier, guxinliied a broken wrist lu tho termination of federal control was nrc'' 'r"nco ovt'r had and ono of the iui auto wagiin collision. THRIFT WEEK agreed upon by senate nnd house conI earnestly uW that such sPe- "ft A ferees on railroad legislation. In fixII U II Muysvllle. Wulter Dick, trupper, JVUIO IIIMMC tu(t UVHIh ing this date the conferees accepted finally wus. Bolshevism flourished caught a white coon, wtiite skunk, tho Rsch bill provision. The Cummins CONTENTS when the dirty and Ignorant gained white muskrat, a tolld black coon, and hill would have limited the time to control In Ilussln. d u skunk, all freaks befour months. Ileal people, tho wise, the leaders In fore unknown In this section. progress, always have fought for Ky., U. 8., PAGE 1. Editorials; At times It has been a COURT SAVES 12 NEGROES Latonln. "Well, goodby," said Sirs. World Nows; Thrift Week Proc- cleanliness. sporadic fight, n skirmish. A clean Joseph Zartng to her family and guests lamation. man was handicapped by a neighbor as they Nit lu the parlor, then ran to Arkansas Supreme Tribunal Stays the Execution of Death Sen-- j PAGE 3. Bcrea College News; Gcn-or- al who let his promises run wild. But her own room, locked the door und l has been brought to play thot herself through the hart. tence Indefinitely, News. at last. Danville. A reward has beed ofHock. Ark., Jan. 10. Stays of This year, In tho United Statei PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington 12 negroes under alone, 7,000 villages, towns and cities fered for apprehension of vandals IUttlo of murder alleged to death Loiter. have for are campaigning for cleanliness nnd who used red paint to deface the ConPAGE 4. Bcrea Locals. health. They are not doing so for a federate monument In Mcpowell 1'urk. been committed during the recent tie-- I day or a week, but In a continuous gro Insurrection In Phillips county. PAGE 5. Short Articles and Locals. campaign. In.a steudy pressure. Hurrodburg. W. O. Crosstleld, were Issued by the Arkansas supreme court, following tho tiling of appeals. Tin cans, files, refuse, dirt, wnsto whose arm wus broken when cranking PAGE 6. Mountain Agriculture ; paper, unsightly buildings, unpanted his cur, will huvo to huvu the member Tho stays defer tho executions Indefl-- l Caro of Children; Homo Depart, surfaces aro taboo. The drive la on. rcbrokeu, because of faulty mending. nltely. mcnt. It has been estimated that .10.000,. Henderson. John Hulilein, former 000 men, women and children In tin. French Charge at Berlin Named. Sunday-sohoPAGE 7. Lesson; United States uro mutually Interested councilman, was seriously Injured Paris, Jan. 8. M. do Murcllly, forSormon: Nows. who was lately mer la and working on clean up and paint when knocked down by an automobile uu Italian promoted to bo minister, has been apMottH. Or Giuseppe up activities. It Is an army of mugnlfl. driven by Miss Uosalie Hurtfleld, PAGE 8.--East Kentucky Corres- Swiss, has been elected presTdent of pointed French charge d'affaires la cent purpose and of Immense possibil- teacher. pondence. Switzerland for the year 1020. (Continued on Pig (ma) Berlin. ities. It Is bound to win. 11 y 11 west of Vern Cruz, "were dnmnged. while reports from Orizaba, a city ten Mexico has been visited by a natmiles "South of the volcano, state thai ural calamity in the form of an churches several business blocks and were carlhquako with volcanic eruptions. nenr the center of the town Tin; location of tho greatest destruccracked. . tion was in tho western part of tho province of Vera Cruz. Many villages were destroyed entirely nnd hundreds of lives lost. Relief has been hurried to those who havo suffered. Tho soldiers and the railroads havo been quick to respond. This Js a chanco for America to show good feeling and return good foi evil. f"'' Thrift January at Moscow has a well organized system of couriers going to all parts of tho world to spread tho doctrine of the soviet form of government. This system is still making gains in Russia. Tho capture of Admiral Kolchak removes, another of the cc t The capturo of a, courier near tho t coast of Russia has revealed that the Bolshoviki government the-fac- ii J lb': watch. tcrlcrcncc lias' nearly ceased, , fa jn g , j ax- -J 1 I b over-hi'Mte- d Sir Georgo Paish, an English financier, is now in tho United Slates and is calling attention to tho need of largo loans of money to Great Britain. It must bo done, he says. f01. (he most of the countries on the continent look to Great Britain, and she has not sufficient money to meet the needs. Ho has not specified tho sum needed, but has hinted that the amount will bo staggering when It is named. American bankers Have also noicd this need, and are trying to prepare for it. Holland is about to Undertake a great piece of engineering in the draining of tho Zuyder Zee. This will take between thirty and forty years to complelo. It will, however, add (o tho arable land half a million acres. Tho land willbe very fertile and will produce great crops. The Dutch have a small country, but their thrift makes tho most of it. England, in her newspapers, Is commenting on tho conquest of tho country by tho American moving pioturo shows. They say the common man is coming to know moro about tho lifo of America than that of his own country. Thoy do not seem to bo annoyed over the faot, but rather amused. In the meantime wo may well accept tho hint that wo have a great means of influence in tho moving pioture. A I A. roll-roa- I "'"l V colTce-colorc- It has been suggested that England is so determined to try' tho former "emperor of Germany that she will proceed oven though Holland docs not givo him up and ho is not prcsont in person. Someono has been cruel enough to say that nothing can bo accomplished because the evidenoo that will come from Germany will bo likely to free him on tho ground of insanUy. It is reported that Japan has already taken up with China tho matter of the return of tho section of tho Stiantung Peninsula guaranteed to her until tho expiration of tho leuso held by Germany. Such an act would bo tho surest means of restoring confidence in Japan and winning for her a hlghor plaoo among tho nations. It is ovident that'sho must do this, if sho looks forward toward permanent I ol consul-genera- l, Pago Two THE UPPER CHAPEL SERVICE Tlio Upper Chapel sorvlco was nomltictctl, on lasl Sunday ovcnlng, by Dr. Raino, Great Interest was ls taken in his riiscourso by tlio and others present. Ho read huko 10:10 and Lazarus, story of tlio Good Samaritan. His slu-ilen- TUB CITIZEN COLLEGE VOTE ON RATIFICATION BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY CALENDAR CARDINAL January DALR0R Ii 15, 1020 Carrying out tlio plan of tho Central National Commillco of tho Treaty Rofcrcndum, tho Intor-collegi- Thursday. January 0:13-7:3- 0 15 PUBLIC MUST HELP RUN THE RAILWAYS SECOND SHOCK T 1 ato f anKuffX:1;." i. no students and faculty of tho Collcgo i- I It.A fM. MMAftAaltlnMa 01lH nr0 1,10 r0" T' am w I. "I favor tlio JV, "". 01 Meeting. PLUMB PLAN FOR INDUSTRIES -0. n,,y Saturday, January 17 ' . 1 favor ratification . of tho 9 a. m.. Divided Chapels. . .. ,,,, . ' School In Parish Scheme Is Modeled After One of th' Foundation " 13. reservations. House. Same Name for the Railroad compromiso between 0:15-7:3I. "I favor p. m., Frco Vesper Hour. Proposes Tr.partits Control for tho Lodeo and tho Domocralio res 7:30-9:3- 0 p. m., Phi Delta and Alpha Practically All Industry nation In order to facllitalo U.o Zcta Inlersoclety Debate u ' New York. Jim. A rnii.piii-o- rt ratincalion of tho Trcaty."-1- 20. Sunday, January 18' on Alexander a. m., Coljoge Sunday-schoo- l. "olliliitlon of the rnltrouil" into ti fi'v on forco and fear," said .'rent eiirporiitlnnH livi'iirc return ii tho speaker, and each had great Inl" I FOUNDATION ITEM 0:15-7:p. m.. Young Peoples prlvnti' control, with lie mhllr. success, but their empjres fell before iinl r;ipltnl rcprit'iilcd In tin iiiim:i. .. Meetings. their bodies mouldered fn tho dust. There havo been somo changes in incut. wn ikIvimiiIimI hy Dlrrvtor tin p. m., Chapel Worship! nil Mines hefore the llitr iiieiiitmi .lesus is buildint? a k'ngdom of lovo. icaohcrs in tho Foundation School 7:30-8:3- 0 Chapel, Waugh; Main tf New York city. Upper Ho docs not look upon tho world for tho Winter Term. Miss Ambrose Chapel, Hutchlns. Without this fundiinienlMl recou as a "stranded wreck" from which na3 iaj.cn jhss Moore's placo as Monday, January 19 .miction." .Mr. Ullic" ultl. the 'r " Ho is trying to savo individuals. icact,cr of tho sixth grade. will hp procrevxlvcly illiiiHimllnu Ho docs not want a few pious her- jr Hurley Wlnton, a student In Free Day.p. m., Band Practice, Ves uini In n few yeuri he illiwutlMiicli"! for college, has taken J. E. Davis' placo 0:15-7:mils picked out to fit themselves if the imlillc will tnnniretl lleli per Socials, Calls. heaven, but to establish a civiliza- - ag (nacher of Agriculture fur n 'I'ruimli nn inlMcnt iIciiiiiihI Tuesday, January 30 lion that will become universal to n.oy. Creech is a teacher In tho 9:30-9:5iMllciilly different plan, which li nut 0 a. m., Department Chapels. kel) to. tot short tif tfovivnincnl start a movement to transform tho tiphl1i grade. 7:00-8:p. m., Harmonla. mi ncrMdp." whole life of the community, cdu- -l baskclball gamo of tho ti,0 first Wednesday, January 31 Says Rates Must Rise. nation, business, amusements, pol- -, season was played Monday ovcnlng a. m.. Department Chapels. lluntlon" The "iiltnot linH.IMe Hies, "till all bo leavened;" to mako between Foundation and Normal 9:30-9:5- 0 3:45-5:2- 0' p. m, Cabinet. "f the rnllroMil prior to fedenil in society over; lo maks such radical teams. ml. owl ni; tn dllllculty or tiniinclns p. m. Exhibition. 5 changes in business, poitics, plcas- The literary societies of Iho Foun-ure- s, p. tn.. Vesper Exhibition. .Mr. Illues siild, dciiinnxtriitcd thnt the customs, and ideals, that it dation Department discussed tho 0:15-7:nld m.viciii will not uccerd. Thursday, January 33 will bo a new world, unselfish, League of Nations, last Saturday lie iidviM'uted flxlns hy concre of 9:30-9:5- 0 I a. m.. Department Chapels. brotherly, happy. night. Tho majority seem to bo In 3:15-5:2it Mtindiinl of riite to nllow enrnln,., Com "rleiiily p. m., Prudential 0 "Americans have been quite proud favor of tho League, 'n excels of u reiisoniilde re mittee. n lunfr1 uhlcl Hint gu lurccly t to profess to "mako tho world safe Dean Edwards had chargo of Mr. 8:45-7:p. m., Dormitory Prayer iilinc ndciiiite reserves tn tnke cure class, in tho for democracy, but in America sev- -j Taylor's Sunday-scho- ol Meetings. of.venrsnf deprexslou mid nt the smile of the families own only ahsenco of Mr. Taylor, who spent 7:30-8:p. m., Church Prayer Meet lime leiive etioiich with the compiiliy of the wealth. Six men 'Sunday in Cincinnati, whero ho was to provide mle!imto stluitilus for fill ing. in America today could slop tho invited lo speak, morning and even- leney. Note. Each dean and head of a de wneeis oi most or mo important, in- - mg, in two or tno city cnurcnes. "This means that the puhllc mut partment is requested lo Inform tho dustries." "You sec we havo scarceHenry Ingram, of Carbondale, Illi pay ii very suhstuntliil price In an ad ly hegun to Christianize.'' nois, an old Berea student, spent registrar of all appointments Jn his llllnniil Increase In rates for the of ("he lininiMllate resumption of "Most people who call themselves Sunday and Monday visiting old department that should appear in Christians, followers of Jesus Christ, friends. Ho had not been in Derca this weekly schedule. Do this on private management." he inld. Need Triple Partnership. have not studied His life and teach since ho left, sixteen years ago. Monday, if at all possiblo. "We make u grave tnlstnke In a' ings enough lo have an intelligent For fifteen years ho was engaged capital conception of what Jesus' program in Sunday-schowork in Illinois, FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY siimlug the representatives of alone ciiii inanuge the situation." Mr is. No wonder that the great mass At present he is manager of tho Program for January 17, 1930 Mines continued. "We hnvc capital, Shinin SYtoprh ... nnherf. Tankersler t 'ulior and the puhllc now participating of our population repudiates the Ingram Tiro and Accessory pany, with headquarters at CarPon- - A Poem of the Church." Charlio Banks in the inaiiagement of all sorts of "The law o'f tho kingdom is giv- - dale. Temporarily ho is in Winchcs-in- g, Story of My Malhcr-in-la- w .. Glenn wiijx, and jet ther Is no common sruind on which they can meet and not getting. The sign of tho tor, but expects to move lo Lcxing-Kingdo- m Dingus. is the cross, not tho. ton soon. chanse views and endeavor to reach Nows of tho Week .. Robert Enloa c melnslons, crown. Tho progress of the king- a fow Reading Lcslio Miller The Foundation School has "I the only sort of managedom depends on serving even to ( vacant rooms for boys. Any young Life of BenJamin.Franklin ...W. D. ment which can ho permanently effec suffering. Tlio fruit of the kingdom men desiring to enter this depart-i- s Bowling. l one which provides for an orhappiness, of rr.onl should wrllo Secretary M. E. My Experienco In a Cartridge Fao- - derly participation at the outset of all a kingdom "Blcsseds." Every, persistant hopo Vaughn or Dean Edwards. tory Arthur, Wrong :uree of these lpt?rest? Instead of tho of the, hjuman hckrl will bo satis- - r Thomas A. Edwards, Jr., entered Debate : Resolved that Robert Tank- - tas which leaves each Inter Bowjing Orcen Business Collcgo this ersley is a greater man than Rol-li- o c. to pursue Its own methods. Irre-:- .' live of the others, until nn event Cress. week. In some nnl contact Is estnhllshed Little Ruth Argabright had a very Affirmative MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER THE form of controversy." operation in tho College serious Jacob Brewer BAND Plumb Plan for Industry. Edgar Mosemon In the Parish House, last Sunday Collego Hospital last Saturday. Jnn. 8. A I'lumh plan Negative She is doing nicely. afternoon, tho Mountain Volunteer or all American Industry, modeled Cnto Smith Band held ono of tho best attended urier the plan of the same name for Leonard Cook (In railroads, hns been prepared and and most interesting meetings of iU Jacob Brewer, president; Cato expected to ho publicly announced GRANT AND LEE LITERARY history. The services wcro conSmith, secretary- onn. SOCIETY by ono of Berea's most promcluded Topics of the plan, captioned. "An ising mountain men, McCoy FrankProgram for January 17, 1130 Industrial Program by Glenn K. lin, who very ably discussed tho VOCATIONAL vs. ACADEMY I'lumh." are being circulated and aora-o- f problems which confront those of "Hnsm- - ni Mm nnl". .Ravmond Drako them have been received In governLast Monday tho Vocational us, who aro to servo tho people of. Reproduced Story .. Vincent WHaon School defeated tho Academy In a ment circles. 100 slump Speech our Homo communities. Hrletty. the plnn proposes for all Charles Griffith gamo of basketball, tho score being speaker's subject was, "Tho Man in Reading Nosbert Bryant 38 to- - 17. From tho beginning the Mnerlcnn Industry the system of railroad control. advanced some tho Saddle." So inspiring wcro his Ambassador lo Franklin .. Cameron game was an exceedingly interestline ngo with the backing of the railthoughts and so convincingly did ho: pan0 ing one. During tho first few min- road brotherhoods, and which It has deliver them, that surely none prcs- - NW, r ihn Week Palrio McCray utes it was doubtful which was the Seen nnnounced would he made an highly glun)p speech nt could have failed to more Raymond Stout better team. Tho Academy mado at the elections. It proposes prae-l- i acimiro mo spirit oi iruo serv.ee. Paul scores almost as fast as the Vocaniography of Longfellow ally the same division of representa.Tho Mountain Band will gladly coffoy tional, for about threo minutes, but tion for capital, labor and the public. admit into its circlo every young, Debate:' Resolved that every young tho Vocational proved too quick for 0 man and woman of Berea College. man of 18 ycars of ag0 should the Academy, and by the end of the ARMY CAMPS TO BE OPENED whoso heart is set on tho noblo pur- gervo ,8 months in the army. first half the Vocational had twico pose of service among the good pco- -, Affirmative Negativ- e- as many scores as tho Academy. Ellis Island Found Too Small to AcHighlands. pie of tho Eastern commodate Great Numbers of Raleigh Hall Each of tho men on both sides John Lcwallen Red Captives. Dclbcrt B. Cook, Pres. Abrcy Key I John Corum played well. The Vocational boys Visitors cordialiy invited. kept their" men covered unusually Y. M. C. A. The rouml-uWashington. Arthur Brock, president; Raleigh well, and tho Academy got very of members of the Communist party Havo you seen tho Y. M. C. A. secretary. few open chances to shoot tho bashy department of Justke agents netmen rushing around over tho Hall, many captives that the war deket. The Vocational expected the ted campus, this week, as if thoy wcro ijppealed to tn had just dis- Physical Trainlnq School Main- game" with tho Academy lo bo tho partment vas lieiiswl lo shelterpermit chasing a chicken that them. hardest gamo of tho season, but if irm.v eumps to appeared around tho corner of tho It was found'lhat Kills Island. New tained in Shanghai. all lhs remaining games aro as building in front of them? Thero is mohlll-'alieork which Is one of the main easy as Uio gamo with tho Academy, s a good reason for their being busy; points for lie Communist wo feel confident that tho Vocamen this is a busy week for tho Y. M. was ton small tn accommodate Tlie vast majority of Chine C. A. Sunday evening, after an Inremember their mothers ai cripple. tional will play in tho scries. Como them and Seeritury 'laker announced mission on, Vocational, let's win the next that he hail authorized lietiernl Hub teresting talk in Upper Chapel by Manj a girl wanders Into lard to permit the ue of Camp Upton Carrilhers1, tho Vocational Secre- school who has not had her aown fret ono! woman bound, but hns never seen I oue Island. tary, it wiis announced that tho own class who could walk. and. campaign for new members would of her .i Ib iifir&tn- in mnst aha HAROLD L0WENSKI0LD SUFFRAGE RATIFIED BY R. I. begin on tho following day, Monday. ,y fn!,hion scarcely conscious of her January 12, extending through Wed- -' naturai rPet. State to Approve i the Tvwenty-Thirnesday. The Chinese Medical Association the Federal Constitutional h romposed only of If you havo ever been conncoted ( an Association Amendment tho Y. M. C. A., you know, nese physicians mostly graduatea from d what a membership campaign means Providence. It. I.. Jan. 7. The fed' and this time wo aro running in enil wnmnn suffrnKe amendment was A competition with tho Y. W. ra'tllH'd by the legislature. The rntb better health for the children of ChiPreparations aro also being mado na. All the Mission Hoards operating flrntlon resolution pasxed the house t,v a vote of SO to 3. and a few mln-n'- t for tho fine big socials which tho In China felt that one. of the greatest en lutw wh ailopted with one Y, M. C. A and tho Y. W. C. A. contributions the Young Women's vote by tlii' senate. Ithode IsAssociation could offer to aro going" to havo on Thursday Christian state to ratify land Is tin twenty-thirwould bo to esthe henlth of China evening from 0:30 to 8:30 p. m. trainihe federal "Uffroce amendment. m., all tablish a normal school for the Next Sunday, at 6:15 p. ing of physlcnl directors, students and townspeople aro In GERMANY Accordingly, In Shanghai, whlcn is AMERICANS TOUR lo attend a Joint mcoling of lne sreatest port In China, the nation-th- e vitcd Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. 0. A. B committee established such a school Visitors From the United States Lead to bo held in Main Chapel, at which in 1014. Tho school has won fuvor In Number From the Former timo reports on tho National Con-- 1 with all educationists, both missionary Foe Nations. forenco of Studont Volunteers for , and government. There have already Jan. a The Onlfesl Htntes Is Ilrlln, Foreign Missions, held at Dcs sflXi?1 ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssL first on the list of former belligerents Moines, Iowa, will bo rtvrni by John) represented In tho tourist statistics at Miller and Calherino Haley, two of catloDi hM teen dean of ,he gchooU Merlin, where In the month of Decemrr rTTmiifTrrnTTi the Berea representatives at tho Graduates of tho school are scattered ber 857 Americans registered. France Is 280 and Kngland third Conference. from Canton to Peking, teaching with Harold I.oweiukloid, Norwegian mil- second with "Join tbe Y. M. C. A. and promote conspicuous success In twelve mission lionaire lulnhermnn mid Inn cl holder, with 218. Foreigners to tho number to the police last th cause of World Brotherhood.: and government scboola. has come from Cliristlanlu to vUlt Ida of 102,171 reported month. . John II. Welsh, 8eo. Km ut Yale. 1 sus Ideal of democracy. Ho point- VI UUl. 11411. JllO IW ll ln,ll..l,liil- VI kl; that Ho novcr Ignored tho .1.1. I... I II. .1 .11 Ilia I11lnnn.ll sinie, mil uini nn ins were soolal. Ho went further and insisted that tho nation that would ho strong must havo citizens per meated with tho spirit of love ......... ....... ,,0 ...... it in Vtis uiKO . 1 r.. 8i 1 i 11. .on,. - ,, '"- .. .... v .. j ll,c "B '- '' 7 p. m.. Dormitory Prayer Meetings. p. m., Church Prayer Mooting. FELT IN VERA ratification of Iho ( .Friday. January 10 a. m, Department Confer ences. 1:15-5:2- CRLZ REGION Hincs Insists Triple Partnership in Operation Is Necessary. MOUNTAIN IS SPLIT BY QUAK- EWIDE ZONE 18 AFFECTED BY NEW TREMORS. 0 0:15-7:3- 0 10 .. ir. p. m., Cabinet. p. m., Vesper Soclats, Calls. p. m., Gcnoral Faculty ,,.. 30-9:- i 0, Populace Begins Exodus To NorthernMexico Disturbances Marked on Oulf Toll of First Catastrophe Still Being Counted. Newspaper Union Nfiti flrvlr. Mexico City. -- The city of Vera Cruz and several towns nnd villages In the state of Vera Crur. were shaken by eartliiiiiike shocks of tremendous vio ! rent property damage Is relence ported, and ii tiumlier of lles prohnhly linve been lost, hut ilclirtln are lucking-heniusof Interrupted mil und wtro . roiiiiiiunli-atloiisTho region affected extends from Vera Cruis to new volcanic crater of Snn .Miguel, (V miles north west of city, and to Cordohn, 55 mllen west. In Uliicnnda, Xt miles north of Vera Crur, the sides of two mouiitalUH were dislodged by the shocks, the San Cnrlos Itler being blocked by the There the quaku Is reported to liuxe left u wide chasm for u dlstanco of three miles through what had been solid rock, near I'latiiinilnu. The shock gulu beghii In Ver Cruc A lnrtvy rnged In the gulf Immediately before the llrst shocks were felt. The waters of the gulf were report ed to hae been black, Indicating u possible submarine disturbance. The population of the city was In a statu of panic, und nn exodus from the lis. trlct to the north was reported. Casualties are reMirted to hne been heavy In the vicinity of Sun Miguel, ilihahltatits of the village be ing caught hy the luvn streams or s. overcome by the poisonous Ashes from the volcano fell In Id miles nwny. A relief train en route to the Jalapn district was wrecked near Cosuatlnn by spreading rails cuiised by the quake, tieneral Candldo Agullnr, (Joenior of the state of Vera Cruz, and n military relief party liuxe Chlcholtl: and other ruined towns, after repulsing i large body of bandits who at'emple I to aiiihilsh the party, (luerlllns operating In the mountains around Cordoba are reported to have oeif terror stricken by the violent earth treinmirs to such u degree that they surrendered to the Federal t roups in the district. No loss of life has been reported lull vesaround Cordohn. Several sels lire ' reportijl to have been sunlc In Vera Cruz Ifnrhor nnd nlong tho gulf coast ilurln; the storm nnd up- - lmM,;,0".Ia",1 Wtrrn 9:45-10:- 15 30 Cardinal Dalhor of Poland, elevated by the pope Inst month, being the first Polish cnnllnn! appointed by Hcncdlct. The cardinal was urchhlahop of I'osen. TWO MORE AMERICANS SLAIN BY MEXICANS Employees of the International Petroleum Company Killed by Band-It- s Near Port Lobot. 00 1:00-5:1- 30 30 30 one-eigh- th prlvl-U'R- ol 1 ..... e te Washington, Jan. 7. Karl Bowles P. J. Ilolle, Americans employed by the International Petroleum company, have been murdered by Mexlcnns within oue mile of i'alo Blanco, near Port hobos, according to private advices received here from Tamplco. News of tho double slaying wns received by the atate department. It Is believed that a protest will be sent to Ihe Gurrnnzu government. The state department's announcement of tho killing was as follows: "A Tamplco dispatch to tho department of state announced that I. and Karle Bowles, Americana were murdered near Port Lohos. an oil loading edition between Tumplco and Tuxpnn. Mexico, and that their bodies were discovered January 6. It Is reported that tho men wcro suspected of having In their possession pay funds of the company. "The department of state cabled Instructions to tho American embassy at Mexico C'ty to Immediately urge the Mexican government to Issue promptly to put Into effect every possible measure for the apprehension and punishment of the murderers, and the embassy was directed to report heiyk-al- . specifically to the department at the earliest possible moment the action Ten Suspects Identified. token by the Mexican government In Chicago. Fewer than 200 suspect the case. Similar Instructions were tnken In n round-ut- i of criminals were sent to the American consul at Tam- being held by the police. Of these only plco with a view to Immediate action tell had been Identified positively as by local authorities. principals In recent robberies. Haiti. "Tho department has called on the on poolrooms, cafes, saloons ami othe' consul to report further dctalla regard- places, during which an ulleged robber ing the murder." wus killed und another fatally woundThe territory In which Iho murder ed, were the most sweeping uttempteil took place was said to be under tbe for some time by police In an effort control of Carrania forces. to rid Chicago of undesirable elements. and ga-e- Coco-matcpf- C, or-de-rs "WHITE" TERROR KILLS 5,000 Hungarian Reactionists Said to Have Arrested Many Thousands of Socialists. Bern, Switzerland, Jan. 10. The socialist Tagwacht prints n letter written hy a Hungarian communist lender who declares thnt wild reaction rages throughout Hungary. The writer says that while during the "red" terror of Inst spring only 204 persons were killed, the existing "white" terror has n death list of moro than fl.OOO. In addition lo some 15,000 persons 4,000 socialist families arc being kept In notorious concentration camps, which constantly are nsvaged by epidemics. It Is said. ie J Deserters Form "League." lve army desert ers who lied to Switzerland during th war have formed u "league," the ob ject of which Is stuted by Its founders to be "defense of our Interests." The Swiss authorities say they would bo glad to get rid of the deserters, somo of whom served us spies. Several would be shot probably If expellel from Switzerland unit compelled to return to their native lands. (Jencvn.-rTwenty.l- n I prls-'tier- JAMES COUZENS Five Hundred Are III. Oklahoma City, Dkln. Fle hundred of the 2,000 Inhabitants of Shlatook, Tulso county, are seriously 111 of 4 strange malady which bailies physl. chins, according tn reports to the Statu Department. A number of Health deaths have occurred, tn the opinio? of a physician there the dlseuxo Is a mild form of cholera. Plot To St.al Whisky Bared. Umlsvllle, Ky. A plot lo smuggle $40,000 worth of whisky out of a I.011N-vlll- e bonded warehouse to Cincinnati of a truck wiik bared by the containing KM) cases ut Versailles, Ky. Another truck, coiilaliilng moro than 150 cases, Is belleu'd to hnve reached Us tt-- Chi-wit- VB )sssssssW j destination. rtn a " VrZ, d Realistic Duel Staged In Western Style nrk.-- A pistol duel hetwven .New two men III realistic Western style 011 the lower West Side resulted in a perfect score of ten misses. The men, armed with automatic pistols, calmly faced each other and exchanged shot fur shot. "otvVi L'Tiut "Red" Regime Is Fostered In Mexico. Sun Antonio, Texas. Information regarded hy (iovcrumciit agents us evidence that Ciirrauza (lovernuient oil.-clare countenancing u plun to esBolshevik regime In Mexico tablish nf id that tho radical program Is largely hy American army draft evudcrs will be given to tho Scout i Investigating Mexican .Mayor Jnmca Couzens of IM'irolt, uffulrs ut hearings here this week. Ml. h.. reputed lo be America's ncnesi Senator A. B. Full, New Mexico, of the commlltee, cltj administrator, who has Just glwn Is expected to arrive. Siiiiiiiionses for $2,000,000 to local liiMltutlons, 200 witnesses have been Issued. 11 suit-porte- d January 15, 1020 TUB CITMHN being alternately to excess of caution on one sldo nnd recklessness on the other. Conwnrd's manner pleased her; the house he showed pleased her, nnd she wns enger to have It over with, Hut he was too shrewd to nppenr to eneournge a hnsly decision. He did not. seize upon Mrs. Hardy's remark flint the house seemed perfectly satisfactory; on the contrary, he Insisted on showing other houses, which ho quoted nt such Impossible figures that presently the old lady wns In a feverish haste to make n deposit lest some other buyer should forestall her. llnck In Conwnrd's office, while the agreement wns being drawn, Irene was possessed of a consuming desire to consult with Dave Klden. She wns uneasy about this transaction In which her mother 'proposed so precipitately to Invest the greater port of their little fortune. "I think I would hesitate, mother," she cried. "If you buy this house we will hnve only n few thousand dollnrs left. Your health may demand other expenditures " "My health was never better," Mrs. Hardy Interrupted. "And I'm not going to miss a chance like this, health or no health, You hnve heard Mr. Conwanl tell how many people have grown wealthy buying property nnd selling It agnln. And I will sell It ngnln when I get my price." "It Is ns your mother says," Conwnrd Interjected. "There arc very-- i rapid Increases In value. I would not be surprised If you should be offered on ndvance of ten thousand dollnrs on this place Jicfore fall." "There must bo nn end somewhere," Irene murmured, rather weakly. Hut her mother was writing n check. "I shall give you five thousand dollars tendency had acquiesced In that iiollcy. Ills position wns extremely difficult. "I don't think I would be In n hurry to buy." lie said, slowly turning his eyes on his partner. "You would perhaps be wiser to rent n home for n while. Itents nrc becoming ensler." "Hut I have bought," snld Mrs. Hardy, nnd there wns triumph rather than regret In her voice. "I have paid my deposit." "It Is the policy of this firm," Klden continued, "not to force or tnko advantage of hurried decisions. The fact that you have already mnde n deposit doc not niter flint policy. I think I may speak for my partner anil the firm when I say that your deposit will be held to your credit for thirty days, during which time It will constitute nn option on the property which you have selected. If, nt the end of thnt tlmcx you are still of your present mind, the trnniueilon ran go through ns now planned: and If you have changed your mind your deposit will be re Pago Thrcd AMERICAN YOUTH IS GOING TO SEA FEDERAL 8HIPPINO DOARD IS NOT FINDING IT DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN QOOD MEN. COW PUNCHER ' TIB i,i7T Ha By Robert J.C.S4ead ui 1- - kitchener, and other poems" isurnsiioM ty nytf r 8YNOP8I8. CITAPTEn with his father on nH. badly mannesd ranch, UavM with fw rduratlonal advantages. An acthe cident toeasternauto In which Dr Ilarrir, physician, tap Iran arm InnHna . - and hla daurh. 1. I - t desolation ntiit ugliness. Irene gathered that her mother did not npprove of prairies. They were something new to her life, mill It was greatly to be suspected that they were Improper. CHAPTER IX. upon Mrs. THOUSANDS OF THEM TRAINED One lmportan Dlvfsion of This Serv Ice Provides Chief Engineers for Turbine Ships Medical Department Extensive and Efficient. Dy JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. Americans are taking to the sen these days very ranch as did the' Americans of one hundn'd years ngo. The United Stntes ship ping board has not found It difficult to get men to operate the new fleet of merchant vessels. The signing of the armistice which terminated the fight Ing In the world wnr on November 11. 11)18, Introduced abruptly n period of readjustment of the service from n vnr to n peace basis which presented new nnd difficult protilcm nnd lusted Into the summer of Hill). . ' The first step In Jhe readjustment program was to turn back to their owners, ns rnpldly as practicable, the passenger steamers thnt had been chartered a a war measure for ue as training ships for the merchant mn- rlne, anil on which apprentice sea men, slewnrds nnd firemen were given Intensive Instruction for two month before being shlppen In merchant crews. To replace the training ves sels thus turned back to normal peace time ues. the shipping board nuthor Ized the nllocntlon to Ihe recruiting servlee of not less than six of the wooden cargo ships constructed by the emergency fleet corporation. The total of men trained for service 'In the merchant marine crews by the recruiting service from the starting of the training system for apprentice seamen, firemen and stewanls Is ns follmvs: Deck department (snllors), P.ri'iT; engine department (nremcnj 0,0.i3; steward's department (mess men, etc.), WCW; total. SLOW. Training Turbine Engineers. Another division of the recruiting service training system for officers, which has met with gratifying suc cess. Is that for training chief engineers for turbine ships, by menus of special courses nt tne works of companies making this type of engine, Knrly In the building program of the emergency fleet corporation trouble bud been experienced on new vessels fitted wlfh turbine engines. In many enses this was attrlmitnhle to the expeof chief engineers rienced in handling reciprocating en gines, but unfamlllnr with the basic lirlnclnles of geared turbines. " NotwItlKtnndlngttie- urgent .need, of crews for American merchant vessels during the wnr. the demand for such crews became greater with the return formed In July, of peace conditions, 1017. as nn agency tor placing In em ployment on shlpbonrd the graduates of the recruiting service schools for dock and engineer officers, the sea service bureau hail nrst expanded Its organization with the creation of the training service for apprentices In January, 1018. Hy the autumn of 1018 It wns apparent thnt the sea service bureau should be tlvvelnjied as a rep resentative national shipping agency, nnd with n view to such "development, the shipping board In November, 1018, authorized the bureau to take over the shipping offices of the division of op erations which during the war had charge of shipping crews for nil ves sels under control of the shipping board, with principal offices nt New York An Important division of the Jrnln-Insystem for recruits Is the medical department of the recruiting service. Each ship In 'the training fleet Is equipped with u complete liospllul, with every appliance nnd Instrument that would be required In emergency. any ordinary surgical Any major surgical operation can lie scientifically and properly performed In any of these hospitals In the training ships. Kach hospital has a surgeon attached, a male nurse, nnd hospital ntteqdants. In the routine of the recniltlng work, more Ihnn 'JH.OOO rocrults were examined physically by representatives of the medical department between January, 1018, and g e a nw lftnnt Into hla llf. Dr. hardy's l ull II' i - n i 11 " fined to hla bed friendship, and aomr-thlmore, develops between Irene and David, CHAPTIJIl II. -I- rene srently enjoys the unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her armmlntanrrshln with David ripens Into affection. On I)r Hardy' recovery the ynuna- - pvnpls part, with the under ftandlns that David will seek to Improve his position In life and they will meet rain. v CHAPTnn HI -- Tha sudden death of his father leave Dald with practically nothlnir but the few bare acres of the ranch, the elder man having-- through year of illsslpatlnn wasted the Income. Ills debt paid, David Roes to the nearest town, determined to keep his promise to Irene by acquiring- an education and mak-Inhimself worthy of her Me ecure the first work offered, driving n" team for a coal denier, and meets a man nnmed Con ward, about hi own ace, by whom he Is led Into dissipation. CIIAI'TKfl of clean mind, David determine to get away from hi uncongenial surrounding, and Knte tirlnga him Into contart with Mr. Melvln Duncan, who seea the Inherent good In the boy and nelromet him to hi home, where be meets Kdlth. his host' pretty daughter, and begins the coveted education, s; Hardy that this respectable, thriving city, with Its properly mannered people. Its public spirit, Its aggressiveness, Its churches and theaters and schools. Its law and order, nnd Its afternoon tens, after all, was the real West; sincere, earnest; crude, perhaps; bare, certainly; the senr of Its recent battle with the, wilderness still fresh upon Its person ; lacking the finish that only time can give to n landscape or a civilization; but lacking also the motilities, the mustlness, the Insuffernhlo artificiality of older communities. Kven Sirs. Hardy, steeped for sixty years In n life of precedent nnd rule and caste, began to ditch the enthusiasm of n new land where precedent nnd rule and enste art' something of n handicap. "We must buy a home," she said to Irene. "We cannot afford to continue living nt hotel, and we must have our own home. You must look up n responsible dealer whose advice we can trust In a mutter of this kind." And wns It remarkable that Irene Manly should think nt once of the firm of Conwnrd At Kldcu? It was not. She had, Indeed, been thinking of n member of that linn ever since the decision to move to the West. The fact Is Irene had not been nt all sure that she wanted to marry Dave Klden. She wanted very much to meet him ngaln ; she wns curious to know how the years hud fared with him, and her curiosity was not unmixed with a liner scntl ment ; tint she was not nt all sure that she should marry him. "What. Dave Klden, the million aire!" Ilert Morrison had said. "Kvery body knows him." And then the newspaper woman hnd gone on to tell what n figure Dave was In the business life of the city. "One of our biggest young men," Hert .Morrison had said. "Ite- served, n little; likes his own company best ; but absolutely white." That gave a new turn to the situation. Irene had always wanted Dave to be a success; suddenly she doubted whether sho hnd wanted hltn to be so big n success. She had doubted whether she should wish to mnrry Dave; she had never allowed herself to doubt that Duve. would wUU, toy marry her. Secretly, she had expected to rather dazzle him with her ten years' development with the culture nnd knowledge which study and travel and life hnd added to the rhnrtn of her young girlhood; nnd suddenly she realized Hint her luster would shine but dimly In the greater glory of his own. . . . It was easy to locate the office of Conwnrd &. Klden; It stood on .a principal corner of a principal street. Thence she led her mother, and found herself treading on the- - marble floors of the richly appointed waiting room In a secret excitement which she could with dllllculiy conceal. She was, very uncertain about the next development. . . . Her mother had to be reckoned with. A young man asked courteously what could be done for them. "We want tit see the head of the firm." said Sir.?. Hardy. "We want to buy' hnuse.' , They Wertpshown Into Conwnrd's office. Conwnrd gave them the welcome of a man who expects to make money out of his visitors. He placed n very comfortable chair for Mrs. Hardy; he adjusted the blinds to a nicety; lie discarded his cigarette und beamed upon them with ns great a show of cordiality us his somewhat beefy appearance would permit. Mrs. Hardy outlined her life history with considerable detail and ended with the confession that the West wns not lis bad as she had feared und, anyway, It was u case of living here or dying elsewhere, so she would have to make the best of It. And here they were. And might they see a house? Conwnrd appeared to be reflecting. As mutter of fact, ho saw In this Inexperienced buyer, an opportunity to reduce his holdings In anticipation of the Impending crash. Ills difficulty was that he had no key to the financial resource of his visitors. The only thing was to thrtiw out u feeler. "You are wanting a nice home, I take It, that can be bought at u fnvor-abl- e price for cash. You would nil Investment of, say " He paused, and Mrs. Hardy supplied the Information tor which he was waiting. "About twenty-liv- e thousand dollars," she sold. "We can hardly Invest that much," Irene Interrupted, In n whisper. "We must havo something to live on." "People hern live on the profits of their Investments, do they not, Mr. Conwurd?" Mrs. Hardy Inquired. "Oh, certainly," Conwanl agreed, and he'plunged Into a mass of Inci dents to fchow how profitable Invest ments had been to other clients of the (Inn. Then Ills mood of deliberation gave way to one of briskness; he summoned a cur, nnd In a fuw minutes his clients were looking over the property Mrs. which lie hud recommended. Hardy was an amuteurlsh buyer, her 11 11 11 con-shi- Very slowly Jl dawned turned." CHAt'TKfl V -- Attractlnir the favorable attention of the managing editor of a newspaper, David lecome a reporter Kdlth, acutely sensible of hla good look and general worthiness, fall In love with H III. t . him ItiAllah I..... I n his heart. David doe not perceive It. CMArrnit VI -- David ndvance to a poaltlon of responsibility on the newspaper. Conward renew acquaintanceship with David, for hi own advantage, lie sees the town Is "ripe" for a boom, through David secure the backing of the for schemes In which he Is Interested, and the two, an Conwanl and Klden, go Into the real estate business. ..,. news-Tap- er wealthy during the "boom," and when It Is nearlng Its Inevitable end David discovers, through Miss Morrison, society of the tdltoremployed,nespuer on which he had that Irene Hardy Is living In town, with her mother CIIAII-K- Vlt-Il- oth men become hundred thousand dollars, the estuto would yield bare third of that sum, she spoke openly of her husband's Im11 side he found opiorti1iU.v to whisper, "And If you really love that boy out West nmrry him." The sudden bereavement wrought a reconciliation between Mrs, Hardy and her daughter. Mrs. Hardy took her loss very much to heart. While Irene grieved for her father Mrs. Hardy grieved for herself. It was awful to be left nlone like this. And when the lawyers found that. Instead of a Ittit other mnttcrs wore to demand the nttrntlon of mother find daughter In the morning. While the scene wns occurring In Mrs. Hardy's bedroom her husband, clnd In white, tolled In the operating room to save the life of fellow being. There was a slip of an Instrument, tint the surgeon totted on ; he could not nt that Juncture pause; tho life of the patient was nt stake. When the operation wag fin tuned he found hla Injury deeper than be supposed, and Irene wai summoned from her henvy sleep that mornlne to attend his bedside. He talked to her as a philosopher ; sold Ids life' work wan done and he win Just oh glnd to Co In the harness; the estate should yield something, and there was his life Insurance n third would tie Mr her. And when Mrs. Hardy was not at his J I "There Must Bo Irene Murmured, an End Somewhere," Rather Weakly. providence. Ho had enjoyed n hand-som- e Income, on which his family had lived In luxury. That It was unequal to the strain of providing for them In that fashion and nt the same time accumulating a reserve for such tin eventuality ns had occurred was a matter which his widow could scarcely overlook. Her health hnd suffered a severe shock, for beneath her ostentation she felt as deep n regard for her late husband ns was imsslhle In one who measured everything In life by vnrl-o- u social formulae. She consulted a specialist who hud enjoyed n close professional acquaintanceship with Doctor Hordy. The specialist gave her a careful, meditative und solemn ex- now," she said, "and the balance when you give me the deed, or whatever It Is. Thai Is the proper way. Isn't It?" "Well, It's done," said Irene with nn uneasy laugh which her excitement pitched a little higher than she had Intended. In an adjoining room Dave Klden heard that laugh, and It stirred soma remembrance In him. Instantly he connected It with Irene Hardy. The truth was Irene Hardy had been tn the background of his mind during every waking hour since Ilert Morrison hnd dropped her bombshell upon him. ,And now thnt voice? Dave had no plan. He sfcnply wulkcd Into Conward's, office. Ills eye tnnlr In tlm llf-l- a fimnn nml Mia mlnri behind ciught something of Its por-- I tent. Irene's beauty! What a quickening of the pulses was his as he saw In this splendid woman the girl who had stirred and returned his youthful passion! Hut Dave had poise. He walked strulght to Irene. "I heard your voice," he said. In quiet tones that gave no hint of the emotion beneath. "I am very glad to see you ngnln." He took the hand which she extended, In a firm, warm grasp; there was nothing in It, as Irene protested to herself, that was more than firm nnd warm, but It set ' Conward shifted under Dave's direct eye. He preferred to look at Mrj. Hardy. "What Mr. Klden has told you aboul the isillcy ofMhe firm Is quite true," he munnged to say. ""Hut, as It happens, this transaction Is not with Conwanl Klden, hut with me personally. I find It necessary to dis pose of the property which I have Just sold to you at such jin exceptional price" he was looking at Mrs. Hardy "nnd naturally I cannot run a chance of having my plans overturned by any possible change of mind on your part." "I nm entirely sntlsfled," snld Mrs. Hardy. "The fnrt that Mr. Klden wants to get ihe property back makes me more satisfied," she added, tvlth the peculiarly Irritating laugh of a womnn who thinks she Is extrnonll-nurllshrewd nnd Is only very silly. "The agreement Is signed?" snld Dave. He walked to the desk and picked up the documents, nnd the check that lay upon them. His eye ran down the familiar contract, "This agreement Is In the name of Conward & Klden." he said. "This check Is payable to Conward h Klden." Conwnrd's livid fnre hnd become white, nnd It wns with difficulty he controlled IiIk anger. 'They nre nil printed that way," he explained. "1 ntu going tn have them Indorsed over to me." "You arc not," said Dave. "You are charging this woman twenty-fivthousand dollnrs for n house that won't bring- ten thousand. The firm of Conward ti Klden will hnve nothing to do with that trunsnctlon. it won't even Indorse It over." A fire was burning In the prate. Dave walked to It and very slowly and deliberately thrust the agreement Into the flame. "Well. If that doesn't heat nil I" Mrs. Hanly ejaculated. "Are all cow punchers so discourteous?" "I mean no discourtesy," said Dave. "If my behavior has seemed abrupt, 1 assure you I have only sought to serve Doctor Jlardy's widow and hlsdaugh-'tTuy e cessful that the larger cities In nearly every section of the country have asked for air mail service At the beginning of (Ids session of congress tho postmaster general nsked for JIMKX),-(Xto lie used In extending the nlr mail service. For the present fiscal year, which will end the last day of June, Hr.'O, there Is nvnllnble for this ervlce $.8.0..ri)0, or Just enough to pay for the operation of the route from Washington to New York and frnia New York to Chicago. In nsklng for three millions the general told Ihe legislators thnt If they would let blm have that much money he would during the next fiscal year extend the service by croatlng a through line from Minneapolis by way of Chicago to St. Louis; n new through line from Pittsburgh by way of Cincinnati, IndlannHills and St. Louis to Kansas City; a through line from New York by wny of Washington to Atlanta, and n through line from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific by the extension of Ihe line from Chicago to the western const. He said to the legislators that he might be aide, out of the sum asked for, to establish a line from Huffnlo by wny of Cleveland to Detroit. The house committee on postoffices nnd post road hns notified the postmaster general that it is not disposed to let him hae this 1,000,000 for tho extension of the service, but Is willing to continue the appropriation of post-mnst- 8T.O,0O0. a peculiar service," Mrs. dy nnswered, curtly, "It Is Har- "I enn only npologlty ner's behavior," said Col..vrr4. 'It need t' ) part- not, however, affect, the vwrtlon In the slightest degree. A rev'emem will be drawn at ouce un agreement of Conwnrd & Klden will not he concerned." "Thnt will be more satisfactory,'' said Sirs. Hanly. She Intended the remark for Dave's ears, but he had moved to a corner of the room nnd was conversing In low tones with Irene.- -"I am sorry I had to make your In which the firm Completing Alaska Railway. About the first thing Franklin IC I.nne did after be became secretary of the Interior seven years ago was to recommend that the government build n railroad from Seward to Knlrbanks, In Alnskn. Congress deliberated over the recommendation two years nnd then ordered the secretary to go nlieuil. The road Is now more s built, and congress, at than the receut extra session, after examining into the work, authorized an additional appropriation sufficient for lta completion. There has been but one setbnek In the construction nnd thnt was tho washing out of twelve miles of tracks along the Nennna river. This Is a glacial stream which, when the snows melt, comes down nt times with Irresistible force. In this Instance It abandoned Its long nccustomed wny and cut Into n new bed and through trees that had been standing for sev eral generations, tearing out part of the track which hnd been Intd. It U not possible. Secretary Lane says, to tell what It has cost per mile to build the' road already completed, because nil the foundation work, the construc tion of bnses from which to work, the equipment for construction nnd much of the material are a charge which must lie spread over the entire completed line. The best estimate that can be made today Is that Is has cost between $70,000 and $80,000 per mainline mile, or between $00,000 und $70,- 000 per mile of track. This cost per mile Includes the building of the most dlfflcuH.nnil expensive stretch of line along the entire "route from Seward to Knlrbanks that running along Turnogaln Ann, which la sheer rock rising precipitously from the sea for nearly thirty miles. There are stretches of this road which have cost $200,000 per mile. Kwn to blast a mule trail In one portion of this route cost $'iri,000 a mile. The only other two-third- . t railroad that across the Isthmus of Panama cost $221,052 per mile. The only two recently built railroads In the United States are (1) the Vlrglnlon, built by II. II. llogera, government-buil- mother's acquaintance under clrcum- - which cost, exclusive of equipment, fill her linger tips amination. condition Is serious," he told her, "but not ularmlng. You must have a drier climate and, preferably, a higher altitude. I am convinced that the conditions your health demands are to bo found In ." He named the former cow town from which Irene's futeful automobile JoSimey had had Its start, and the young woman, who was present with her mother, felt herself CO suddenly pale with tho thought of a great prospect. "Oh, I could never live there I" Mrs. Hardy protested, "It Is so crude. you know, and all that sort Tour of thing." The specialist smiled. "You will probably not find It so crude, although I daro say some of Its customs may Jar on you," he remarked, dryly. "And It Is not a case of not being ablo to live there. It Is u case of not being able to live here. If you take my advice you kliould die of old age, as far, at leaNt, as your present ailment Is concerned. If you don't" and he dropped his voice to Just the correct note of gravity, which pleased Mrs. Hardy very much "If you don't, I can't promise you u year." Confronted with such an alternative, the good lady had no option. She accepted tho situation with the rcbigna-tlo- n which she deemed to bo correct under such circumstances, but the boundless prairies were to her.so mudl "My mother, .Mr. Klden," she managed tn, say, and she hoped her voice was us well controlled ns his had been. Mrs. Hardy looked on the clean-buiyoung man with (he dark eyes and the brown, smooth face, but the name suggested nothing. "You remember," Ironn U'nitt nn (IT tnlil vmi tr Ivl. den. It wns at his ranch we stoyed when father was hurt." "Hut I thought he was n cow puncher I" exclaimed Mrs. Hardy. "Times change quickly In the West, madam," said Duvc. "Most of our business men nt lenst, those bred In tho country have thrown a lasso In their day. You should hear them brag yet In the Itanch-men'- s of their club." Irene's eyes danced. Dave had already turned the tables ; where her mother had Implied contempt he had set up a note of pride. "Oh, I suppose," said her mother, for lack of u better answer. "Kvery-thlnIs so nbsurd In the West. Hut you were good to my daughter, und to poor, dear Andrew. If only he had been spared. Women are so unused to lt it j i "Are All Cow Punchers So Discourteous?" stnnces which, I fear, she will not even try to understand," he had said to Irene. "Oh, Dave Mr. Klden. I mean that Is you 'don't know how proud you don't know how much of n man you made me feel you ore." She was flushed and excited. "Perhaps I shouldn't talk like this. Perhaps" "It all depends on one thing," Dava Interrupted. "What Is that?" "It all depends on whether wet are Miss Ilu'nly and Sir. Klden or whether we nre still Iteenle and Dave." Her bright eyes had fallen to the floor and he could see the tremor of her fingers as they rested on the back of a chair. She did not answer him directly. Hut in n moment she spoke. "Mother will buy the house from Mr. Conwnrd,' she said. "She Is like that. And when wo are settled you will come and see me, won't you Dave?" (Continued next week.) ' Villa In Reprisal Attack, ' Eagle ! ss. Tex.. Dee. Z In reprisal for I e execution of General Anlla, troops raided the town geles 100 of'Stuzqin Coahulla. Several prominent cltl' s were taken. away. -- steer-ropin- g June, 1019. g these business responsibilities, Mr. Conwanl. It Is fortunate there are a few rcllablo firms upon which we can lean In our Inexperience." "Mother has bought a house," Irene explained to Dave. "Wo thought this was a safo place to come" A look on Klden's fuce caused her to pause. "Why, what Is wrong?" she sold. Dave looked at Conward, at Mrs. Hardy, and at Irene. He wus Instantly aware that Conwun had "stung" them. It was common knowledge In Inside circles that tho bottom wus going out. Tho firm of Conwanl & Klden had been scurrying for cover, as quietly and secretly us possible, to avoid ularmlng the public, but scurrying, for cover, nevertheless. A lid Davo jlue to the to come to u time, ns to the provision It will make for the various branches of the federal air hervlce. At present there are three branches of Ibis activity, one operated liy the army, one hy the navy nnd one by the !i08tofllce department. Considerable sentiment In favor of consolidating these services exists In the legislative body nnd a bill pending In each branch providing for n beparate department of aeronautics with a cabinet officer at Its head Is meeting with njuch favor. Sleantlme development In each branch of the service IN arrested. Very naturally neither the navy, war nor postolllce department desires to surrender Its Independent activity In the Is Prospects for The future of the Is uncertain. Till failure of congress decision, up to this, Air Mall. nir mail service The situation with respect to carrying of mall through the air Is receiving special consideration. The air mall service between Washington and New York city and between New York and Chicago long ago passed beyond the experimental stage. It has beeu so suc air. and all ma chinery, fuel, rails, supplies, nt lta door; nnd (2) the Slllwuukee line to Puget Sound, which Is estimated as having cost $130,000 per mile excfuslve of equipment. The work has been conducted with Its main base at Anchorage, which la nt the head of Cook's Inlet. This point wns chosen ns the nearest point from which to constniet n railroad Into the Slatnnuskn coal fields. That was the primary objective of the railroad, to get nt the Mntanuska coal. From Anchorage It was also Intended to drive farther north through the Susltnn val ley and ucross Hroad pass, and to the south nlong Turnagaln Arm toward the Alaska Northern track. Provides Coal for Alaska. To secure cool for Alaska was the first need. So in oddltlon to Anchorage as n base, one was ulso started at Nenann on the Tanana river, from which to reuch the N'ennnn conl fields lying to the south. If these two fields were open, one would supply the coast of Alnskn and one the luterlor. Thla program has been acted ujion, with the result that.the Slatanuska field Is open to tidewater with a down grade road all the way. The Nenann road has been pttshed far enough south to touch a coal mine nenr tho track which may obviate tho Immediate necessity for Into the Nenana field proper. Matanutka Mines to Be Leased. There Is nn open stretch across Hroad pass to connect the Susltna valley with tho road coming down from Nenana. This gap clftsed, there will bo through connection between Sewnrd and Fairbanks. Hy decisions of the commissioner of tho land office, nil of the claims In the Slatanusku coal field were set aside some time ago, and by act of congress a leasing bill was put Into effect over the entire field. Under this law a number of clulms must The bo reserved to the government. field was surveyed and some of the most promising portions hnve been so experts who (lovernment reserved. have examined this field do not promise, without further exploring, a larger output of coal from this field than 1W),000 tons a year. $151,000 per mile, with $1,35 to $1.75 per day labor at from V t. Pago Four THE CITIZEN Four young people of llio Cau-dc- ll family near Winchester arrived In Berea lo enter school lost Monday. Mrs. Hammonds, (ho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank IJrown, died at llm College Hospital, leaving a Jlltlo baby. The funeral took place at fhe home of Mr. Brown Sunday afternoon. Brother V. J. Hudspeth officiated. TIio family has the sympathy of their many friends. Mrs. John W. VanWInklo s at tho Robinson Hospital having an operation performed. Tho family aro all present, her hushand, John W. having been called home a short tlmo since, from his traveling in tho South and thoir children, Hnrrell, Walter, and Mrs. Walter Wyotl having been summoned from Iholf home In Cincinnati. Thoy arrived just beforo the operation was performed Wednesday morning. elght-days-ohl Vnn-Wlnk- ln, January Chirtr No. f IC, 1020 No. 4 Big Removal Sale nm going to move ncross the street into the Red Brick Building, nnd expect to be there by February 10, 1920. NOW is your chance to get some REAL BARGAINS. I still have I A NICE SELECTION OF HATS FOR 50c, 98c, $1.25, $1.98, and up to $4.98 WE GIVE WARNING Articles and news Items como Into the hands of tho managing editor later and Idler each week. Tho paper is held back becauso of this delay. Our Ilnolypo machlno Is ullo two or thrco days and then competed to run day and night at tho last. Wo npprcclalQ your articles and news Items very much. Wo want them, hut If wo must run ono week without your contribution to let you catch up. wo can do it. We havo lots of patlcnro ourselves, hut our readers do not. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Mrs. Campbell has organized a Junior Rod Cross of thirty-tw- o numbers out of her fourth grade, Kitirv Dturlrt Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Hcrca National Hank at Hcrca in the state of Kentucky, at the clojc of business on November 17, 1019: RESOURCES jG5,68a, 10 Loans and Discounts 620.07 Overdrafts, unsecured J 5,00a, 00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation U. S. bonds, owned and unpledged 74,900.00 4,130.0 War Saving Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned. . 1, 958,00 Stock ot Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription)... 50OJOO Value of banking house , Law 1,657.45 reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amounts due from national hanks.. .. .. 50,31)5.41 Checks on banks located Outside of city or town of reporting 54 4 15" bank and other ca?h items Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer, and due from U. is. Treasure! ,$546,219,18 Total 1 11 1 COATS, SUITS, SWEATERS, and WOOL DRESSES at Removal Sale Prices t' In my new location I will be with a $10,000 STOCK OF CLEAN, STYLES and everything Ready-to-Wea- r. I intend to specialize on Hats, 'best styles, designed and made by the foremost of the. country. tm 'Johnny-on-the-Spohat-make- class. Parent-Teachers' Association mot in the auditorium at thrco o'clock rs of the Best Style and Best Quality. I shall expect to see my old customers and many new ones at my new location. Trade With U You can rest assured that if it comes from our store it is We'll Both Make Money ' Mrs. Eva Walden . Mary Pickford In "Tho Hoodlum" in the Colltgo Chapel, January 20. Advertisement. t The proceeds from tho show, January 20, in the College Chanel, are to lie used to Improvo our Cem etery. F.verybody should bo In terested in this greatly needed work. You can help by .attending this show. Advertisement. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OP BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A lust un triday, January 2, a lady's gold watch with monogram "LMW" engraved on back. Finder retfirn same lo Citizen Offlce. Ad vcrliscmcnt. COMMUNITY KITCHEN ANNOUNCEMENT i Jan. 24 Oysters, fried and scal- loped. Scientific horse shooing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of Tho Citizen ad. Office. TIME TABLE Northbound Train No. 34 3:38 a. m. Train No. 3812:48 p. in. Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. L. & Best Blacksmithing I N. Southbound Train Train Train No. 3112:46 a..m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. If any havo been passed by and not enumerated by tho census taker, please notify me at onco and I shall call and sec you. I am anxious to get a complete census of Berea. Telephone No. 69. II . C. Combs. Mrs. Julia Crump, of Lexington, was called to Berea at tho first of tho week by tho illness of her father, Beverly Johnson. Mrs. Ellen Mitchell is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mitchell at their homo in Cincinnati. Mrs. Lois Dougherty, who under, went a very serious operation at tho Robinson Hospital Monday, is reported a3 doing very nicely. Miss Myrtlo Baker, who has been spending a month's vacation in Berea with- - heir parents, returned Friday lo her work at Auburn, Ala, at tho first of tho week. Sam Morgan, who is County Agent in agricultural work In Carter county, was a Berea visitor last week. Mr. D. L. Roberts was operated on for appendicitis at tho College Hospital last Saturday. Ho is doing well. Todd Mooro was operated on for appendicitis at the College Hospital on Monday. A church supper and speolal business meeting will bo held tonight' (Thursday) at 6:00 in tho Parish House. The meeting is called in tho interest of tho new church building which is being planned. It is tho hopo of tho officiary that there will bo a largo attendanco and that tho building enterprise, may bo fully assured. .Mr. H. E. Taylor gave an ad dress in tho auditorium of tho Cen tral Branch Y. M. C. A., Cincin nati, last Sunday afternoon. In tho cvoning ho spoko at tho Sovcnth Presbyterian Church, of which Dr. Halsey is pastor. Twenty former Berea students wero present. On Monday ho was joined by Mr. and they spent Monday and Tuesday in tho business of Berea College. On their way homo they wero delayed for seven hours by a wrecked freight train at nedhouso. Tho Jackson Street Leaguo held their meeting on Monday night at the homo of Mr. Herndon. Tho following officers wero elected: Dr. LoVant Dodge, president; Dr. E.O. 0. H. Fclton, Walker, secretary and treasurer. Wor-tenberg- er, vice-preside- Cup (Price printed later). Cako 3o per cake unlced. 0. L. GABBARD, AUCTIONEER in Madison nnd adjoining counties. See mo at tho Welch Barber Shop. Consult me before selling dato of lw-3- 1. sale. HAT FOR SALE tons Rood mixed Twcnty-flv- o hay I by ton or car load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f COW FOR SALE Young winter cow; lino quality milk; gentle disposition: price rea sonable. Call at residenee near N. Berea limil on Dixie Highway. J. Lf. P. Roberts. "The Hoodlum" is a First Xa tioual Attraction. Itijs Mary Pick ford's second very own picture from her own studios. To bo itlvcn in tho College Chapel, January 25) at 7:30 p. m. Advertisement. Tuesday afternoon. Tho Rov. Casslus VanWInklo led dovollonnl exercises. An Interesting discussion followed tho question of "How often should parents allow children to attend picluro shows?" Tho program for Parent-Teache- rs' meeting, February tOth, promises lo ho most unique and interesting. Wo expect, a liltlo later, to announco deflnilo attractive features. Pleaso look out for another chanco examination for a physical of school children. Nobody can alTord to miss it. Tho Robinson Hospital will conduct tho examination. Mr. James Liltlo visited school this week. Mr. Henry Ingram of Illinois gavo united chapel somo interesting facts of his boyhood experiences In tho Kentucky mountains in a log school house ono door, no window, slu scats, etc. A number of children were turned away thte week becauso of our crowded condition. Ireno Bauflo supplied for Miss Fairchild Monday. The school lunch is running full capacity this week. Wo need a few moro good women to volunteer help fico. every two weeks. Look out for report cards and honor roll for next week. Aro you me y nr ehild i n'aking a pass-- 1 if? grade? Some tre not. Four months of school still ahead. Ad-- ! i?o with tho teacher how to mako1 everything count for tho child's ' promotion. GALLOWAY ' Mr. LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less current expenses, int., and taxes pafd Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Dividends unpaid 40,ooo,oa 1,561,40 1,500,00 200, 171.58 1, 500.0c)' $546,119.18' '.. v Total I, State of Kentucky. County of Madison, sst Gay, Cashiei ol the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of January, 192a ' ' Eva Walden, Notary Public. My commission expires August 30, 191 1. Correct- - Attest: W. F. Kidd, J. W. Lambert, John W. Welch Directors. J, L. (Oakltatf) OAKLAND OWNERS KCGUI.AIILY IIKTOKT RKTUKKS OP FROM 18 TO MILES i;ROM T1IK GALLON OK GASOLINE AND KKOM HPuO TO 1J.HO MILKS ON TIRES RICH go Sailor Sale! Ladies: I have on sale 25 Black Pressed Beaver Sailors, former price $4.00, now to be sold at $1.98 while last! they Sailors, all colors while they last, $1.75 50 Velvet and Felt 50 Assorted $1.00 to $1.50 while they last. for children, Hats from 12 Velvet Tarns, $2.50 down to $2.00 seach bargains. 12 Velours at $3.00 each, all colors. . 3 'Beavers, former price $10, now $5.00 Must clear up stock for room to work on wholesale stock Burnam Galloway and Miss Bertha Rich wero united in mar-riaat the rcsidenco of Mr. Frank Jones 'on Tuesday evening. Rov. CunninKUim oflluiated. After thoj ceremony they wero served with black cake and cofTeo by Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones. Tho hrido and groom GUERNSEY BULL REGISTERED returned to Boono Tavern nnd tho M. L. Spink received, recently, a next day they, accompanied by tho Guernsey hull from tho Willowmero brido's brother, Troy Rich, a soldier Guernsey Farm In Virginia. Tho of the Marnc, visited her parents bull fins a good pjjdigrcf, and It 13 at Scaffold Cape. . hoped that ho will prove of valuo to tho dairy interests of tins com Miss Bessie Carnahan, l Manmunity. chester, is with Mrs. Laura Jones, of Berea, taking a courso In MillMISSISSIPPI LANDS inery preparatory to going into tho land con. business in her homo town in tho Thrco tracts of cut-ov- er Uuning 3,W0 acres, i.OOO and 4,080 spring. Her father is a prominent respectively, acres situated in merchant in Manchester. Southern Mississippi, suitablo for Tho many friends and relatives general farming, stock raising or of Miss Grace Cornelius rcgrol that colonization purposes; productive sbo left last Wednesday for her soils, not swampy but a gently roll home in Aberdeen, Miss. It is hoped ing country. On main lino of rail that she will soon return lo Berea. road from Cincinnati to New Or leans, and reached by improved 1 -- THIS OAK1. VND SENSIBLE SIX IS I'OWEREU WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALVOAKLAND ENGINE OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities are lew and far betwecen, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is,a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio Of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources', and a production of unusual magnitude, make jiossible the very moderate price at which it is sold . SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- easy-ridin- ft TOLRINl)CA ANI 250 acres. 5 miles from Eulaw, on gravel road; rich soil, grows alfalfa theso lands invited. fenced; has If interested wrilo F. E. Resler. without inoculation; Box 815, Meridian, Mississippi. Ad overflowing well on place; excellent pasturo land; adapted to grains and vortisement' grasses; an ideal slock farm. Price GOLDEN RULE IN BUSINESS "You should buy overalls today $(K).00 highway. Price ranges from $0.50 to $10.00 per acre. Personal inspection of ALFALFA FARM LANDS IN ALABAMA ItUAlMTttMlOTt F.O.II. I'ONTIA&MlCII. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 Mrs Laura Jones Berea, Ky. Quality ? Clothes Shoes and Hats 1 flipm J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky j from McElhany & Tatcm," said tho Berea National Bank Building clerk in tho Eaglo Storo to a farmer ant houses on place, barn and silo; Having bought out tho Obstetrics, General Practice and customer. '"You will lose fifty cents two overflowing wells; enliro placo fenced and cross fenced; good alfal Children's Diseases. coal usinoss formerly if you buy from us." a,m. 'nnd- - a 8od Ofllco Hours: 8:30-10:owned by Mr. Bailus a"(1, ra His storo was selling overalls atfa' Prlco $50.00 per aore, 2 JO- - 4:00 p.m. Wilson, I am prepared ,50, tho regular price; tho othor sleek farm. 800 acres, 2 miles of Eulaw, on Thursday afternoon and Sundays to servo all his custopcoplo had advertised a special salo mers and all now ones, at ono dollar. Tho (customer had gravel road; all pralrlo land, grows by appointment. Phono: Ofllco 2; Rcsidenco 3. at tho sanYo location on asked if they wero tho same qual- alfalfa, grains, grasses, and 13 Idcal ly adapted to stock raising. Prlco Depot StrceL Wo will ity. REAL ESTATE deliver promptly to all This really happened it happen? 50.00 per acre. 1,000 acres, 8 miles from railroad John F. Dean J. W Herndon parts or the city. Give six days a week In Neosho, MisWn nrn .mi .niilnr mat asIaIh. souri, where tho merchants aro do- on graded road; rich soil with clay us a call or phono No. 01. ing business by tho Golden Rule subsoil; land partly fenced; over-Th- o mincr8. B,rIkes u no ch&nfs w hv .nm Kll.tnn They Interpret it to mean that every flowing woll; adapted to alfalfa, i arliclo shall bo exactly what It is grains grasses, and will mako good! pcc,ny allracUvo proposition U I offer advertised to bo; that every busi- PT '""ft L many to give ao- Just now-t-oo l?" . ness man shall toll tho exact truth Kentucky curate descriptions of all, but If you Berea .VIi,:' t,n,,.n -- nA about his competitors, writes A. B. r.uiaw, iiiuuuuia nuvui uauiiiuiii. Macdonald, In tho January 10th Iscant property, come and see us. sue of Tho Country Gontlcmau. GOOD MULE FOR SALE F. L. MOORE'S John Doan contlnuos at The laak. Tho plan is a success; it pays big. or will trado for cattlo. Will work And though ho's tall and lean and Delegations from other towns como iMiywhcro. M. L. Spink, Berea, Ky. lank, to sea it for themselves. William Ho'll soli your land and write your Bailey, a banker of Clarksvlllo, deeds wroto to tho --Associated Ad- KILL GOPHERS IN ORCHARDS And look after your flnanolal needa. vertising Clubs of tho World, In FOR Herndon keeps up his rambling Now York City, asking what tho Rodents Delve Deep at Thle Time tf round, First Claaa Repairing , Year and Sometime Nest Under Neosho Plan really Is. This was Through country side and in town; Cherry Trees. tho reply: AND But if you want a house and land. "It Is a plan by which tho busi gopher and uet them Just wink at him he'll understand. Look out Fine Line of Jewelry ness men of Neosho pooled thoir ef- now.-- In for orchards they Como on to forts and brought tho trade of tho delve deep and nest under the MAIN ST. DEAN & HERNDON BEREA, KY. farmers of thoir county to thoir of your liet cherry-trewithout town nnd held it there." Kentucky Berea glvlnr much evidence of It. DR. REUEL BARTLETT per acre. 500 acres, ono milo of Eutaw, on announces tho removal of his hard road; largo dwelling and ten- - to tho Front Suito of Room3 ofllco'g Coal Dealei ,ain 00 7-- 7-- i" .v, .. J. S. Gott , Ten-ness- eo, Jewelry Store , root-crow- n e January 15, 1020 TIIK CITIZEN NEW CHUnCH EDIFICE TO BE BUILT i I'ngo Flvn The Citizen A family Newspaper for all that li right TIIE WOMAN'S CLUB The Citizen Fountain Pen We give it and one years sulxcnptlun to I'lic C itizen for This pen retails at $ jo and $t y To anyone wli i will sendH three subscription, lor one year at $t 'so each itlie regular uti $i tcription price) we will give a pen free oo. Threo hundred or mnro memhers 'Hio Cltil) met nl tho homo of Mrs. true, anil interesting nml friends of Uio Union Cliurch Tnylor on Jnniinry 7. mot In Uio Parish Houso on Tlnirs- Tlio principal feature of Uio incct-In- y Puhllihwl Miry Thuradar at IWra. Kj. nvcnlnp-- and, aflor a splendid imr was an admlrahlo address by BEREA PUBLISHING CO. supper-serveby Hie good Indies of Miss Lydia J. Iloborls, Nallonall Orient poralr-duii (iiiuren. sniiscripiioiis ror a new specialist o 1,10 "jiiiKircnB uurcau WM. G. FROST, church building wero taken. The 0f Uio United Slates, J. O.U.IIMAN, M.n.tin F..lilor mcellng was highly successful, and, s(l0 nni j10P j.irpo In Subtcriptlon Rates a fine spirit and great enthusiasm r,,sponso .0 nn invllnlfon from Dr. I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCK In I he enterprise, was manifested. On Yar MrOarmack, Secretary of tho Stato fill Months M A movement was put on font about nnnr,i , .v . .tVl Three Months nf ifonltti, have been making four years ago for tho purpose of.. nnP.nn .m-veof children from l,jr r fiend hwnry or Kii'rtii Money OnW. Draft, RrsHataml letter, or on and two building n new church, but tho tin- - lwn )o lwpIvo yp!,rs of ng0 n Uio aumpt, . .. rrni .. . m.,tn (II nt II. inllln.l iim "rural MOmOs allOUl HCroa. The data alter tour name m label a how a to , ' " " whatdatsymir ulwerlptf.in la , .. i ! nn i best ... years, .miss .. . . ioi ., lo delay 4ho project. Somo (hang-n-l a wivks after rrnrwalnotirjr within thn-money had been paid In nn former ita for in iy Inil .u n no iioocris imvnpnmnn . llm ITn , ,, MIsslna numlnrt will I irlattlr auppllrd If wa 'n i, . vii" I'm" ara notlflnl. iiimi lint I i nk inn ifutii iiiu'i- - "I I'M . studvlng catllo. how to whoohtaln new sul. mulallnir so that Ihe commlllco had lias been scrfptlona for ua. Anr ona arndinir ua four yearly Wuse, feed and breed them In order . suliacrlptlons can rrrrivs Th Utlten fr for fver m.ooii in nami. ,,. , M, ona rear. III II IHJIIl.1T till) llt'.-'- l ILf3aillvi It Is estlmaled that $10,000 will he Eight years ago the ttliilUthat chilAJ rrrtlalng ratra on a ppliratlon. idea needed to eonslruel the building that dren wero possibly of as much valuo Is planned. Of this amount nerca na nnlfln nnit flinf tn Innrn finw Ihnv NOTICE TO SECRETARIES College w H most probably pay W sIiotiI(J Jw ImHgc(l fm, nm, bpc(, Tho Citi7.cn will bo pleased to Tho goal Ir M,e raised nl publish each week tho leading num- pereenl. worlll wIllIPi wns) ,)0rn0 , bers, If not Uio wbolo program, of his meeting was $20,000. Mr. II. L. , nf somo of olIr ovcry lllorary society In Bcrca Col- laylor had charge of the meet ng, nl(ona, ConKrP?sin(,n nm, Ul0 subscriptions wero being nuppaH of , Uni(C(, Slntc, lege. These programs must bo In when tho tho hands of tho managing odltor on lahen, ami u s necuicss 10 say mat was formed, with Miss Julia Lalh-ror- f, everybody was happy and subMonday of each week. of Chicago, as Its head. This scribed liberally. Ono gift of $1,000 survey now being mado just outwas announced, ten moro $500 side of Ilcrca Is tho first nutrition IlED CROSS ELECTION the call of tho chairman tho pledges wero made, and on down survey ever made by the Children' At Local Red Cross mot In tho Voca- with smaller amount. When all Ilurc.ni. Wo have reason lo contional Chnpel nf Wednesday ovcnlng had pledged, It was found that Iho gratulate ourselves that tho Bureau fin llin nnpnnln nf nlnnflnn nf ftr total was 817,535. Others who wero rhine nut of tho wbolo United ,,p are known lo Stales a region in Kentucky, in fleers. Miss English gnvo a report "na,,,, '""v of tho work sho has done. It Is Madison Counly, and in Uio vicinity mailer of regret that all members of ?ni" f.,,rJ,!f.r . etmL UT rcm,lml of Berea for this Interesting and "courwi. lo us very valuable study, If wo Ihe lle, Cross wero not present lo nn'" Tho edifice Is to bo located Just choose to mako It so. hear this report, that thoy might know of the good work that Is be trros tho street south from Boono A nutrition survey, Miss Roberts Ing dono by tho secrolnry. Mr. I. Tavern. It has been fully decided told us, Is for the purpose of learn, lo call it the Fee Memorial, and it I, fiay gave a full treasurer's . in being creeled In memory of tho ing: lain John 0. Fee, win was Ihe foun Firsl : Whether Ihe physical con Tim following nre tho o dicers and eominilleus for (lie ensuing year: der of Ihe ehurrhandwhowas for dition of the children is good or Howard Hudson, chairman; J. L. over forly years its paslor. No moro bad. Second: To find tho causes Oay, treasurer; Howard Hudson, .1. fitting memorial could be erected to lying back of Ihe renditions re or tho vealed. Following Ihe work of these Dean, E. I Dlznoy, li. Fielder, J. Ibis noble saint and Jjero Cross. expert surveyors llicro will como, B. Parsons, J. U. Cay, W. J. Ualrd, Ibis week, inlo tho district sur W. C. Noble, and E. L. Dir. execu-tiv- o committeo; II. Hudson, J. W. 1.000 RELIGIOUS LEADERS MEET veyed tho "Child Wclfaro Special" AT ALANTIC CITY of Ihe Children's Bureau, a large Welch and H. Eiolder, autliting comMoro thnn a thousand religious auto carrying a physician a II. Hudson, D. mitteo; J. F. Dean, Smith, II. E. Taylor, R. H. Chrts-ma- n leaders from all parts of tho nation trained nurse, a healed examining tho and Miss English, homo servlco aro expected to atlend Inter-chur- national room and apparatus for examinaennferenco of tho tions. Tlie physician, Dr. Bradley, ' committeo. Worlil Movement this week at At- ran Ihree such vans In France dur beginning Wednesday ii. g Iho war. He will givo free ex THE REAL TEST OF HERO STUFF lantic City, and continuing through Saturday. emulations to- theso rural children When Alvin York, tho war's greatest hero, was bolng passed The delegates will represent tho whom tho surveyors havo visited. exAfler that work is dono, tho "Spc around from ono "affair" to nnothcr various boards and societies and ecutive agencies of all Protestant rial" will come inlo tho town ht and being overwhelmed with attenBerea, where free examniations will tion and adulation many pooplo evangelical churches exlie given. Delails of (his will be feared that Micro might bo enough in Ihe movement. With ono detriven laler. Malnutrition has long of flattery, and flummery to turn ception, tho larger Protestant his head and that ho might be nominations, of tho country havo been a problem In tho United Stales, spoiled, as so many men havo been, Riven official or unofficial endorse- Miss Roberts said. Nutrition sur ment lo tho movement and aro ao- - veys, mado by oilier agencies In IIV lUU U1UUII IIUIUI good to know that he "lmc lively engaged in forwarding Ha various place, among, them New It is York Citv and Chicago, have shown through all right. For tho man who Plans- Tho meeting is called to "consider alarming health conditions among could turn down all sorts n' big monoy offers tn appeafln viudevillo unitedly for tho first tlmo tho task children. Large numbers of Ihcm 3.- lo and tho movies and go back homo to of tlio Prolcstant cliurcncs or norm vvm, both at homo and OVCr-.,- n( nnlvnmonir ihn nnor and limnr. found a school lor Us own pjrplo li? all right. Alv.n York is more a sens." Tho main purposco of tho nnt i,llL among people who wero well hcto today than ever before. K)r meeting as set forth In tho call aro,ln ,0 WPauly an, of jntell!gcnco A nhvlpnllv nlinvo Ihn nverniro. has as lOIIOWS: be has dcmonstiaiod I hat t 'To present to thoso in nltcndancoi n,...f, -- km., ia ,.nr.i flniI Wn rplendld unseillsiiatbs and stead- common senso as well as aii- - in deflnitoiform tho availablo results w.,,ro 9linckpi ;n U)(s country when survoys in tho field we learned that ono til of every pub courage. His commur.ily, his of slule, and his jn'.i)n do well to bo of homo missions, education, minis- Ihree of our young men was unlit proud of him. S mM.erii Agricul terial support and relief, hospitals lo go lo war beea'we o physical and other Christian bcnovolcnt in- disability. turlst. stitutions, industrial relations and Health is not a mailer nf P.ovi- foreign missions. Build Bird Homes. 'To dolcrmino tho united finan- dence. It is a ma'ler of praoer lUnls mill much to the home rearing. It is possible lo lnvo deuml ure easily inatlo neigh- cial budgot of tho healthy children. , bors If nesting ptiicvH arc nvnlluhle. nominations and lo fix tho dato of a blue- united, simultaneous drivo which is IJIrd houses will nttruct wreiw, First: We must want healthy birds, martins tind nuthutrhex; anil proposed to bo carried out, prob- children tho windbreak, tipple orchard, or lawn ably In April. on trees ruiike good homes for orli'len, 'To formulate and project plans The price means -'ebes, robins uml thrushes. They for a campaign for life, service and ihe part of parents. We must leant v.. pny for any attention by the de- funds. what kinds of food to plant or buy struction of mnny Injurious Insects. to bear upon present and cook, in order to build up "To bring Somo fruiting shrubs, such nn tho healthy tissues, bono, muscles, fat, Juneberry, bliwk how, nheepberry und world conditions tho spiritual re- nerve and brain. Wo must learn sources which aro nt Iho disposal cherry should be nlunted In thickets, united, praying, believing how lo cook tho food so that it is not ulone for tho bints, but becnus i of easily digesled. Wo must bo strong church." Courier Journal. they add much to tho surroundings. willed enough to Insist that our children eat this food only at reg u!ar Intervals and to deny them tho belween-me- al lunch of sweets. Long hours of sleep aro a3 neccs sary for I fie nourishment of tho child'? body as proper food. Wo must be willing lo deprive ourselves of evening entertainments and even of church services, if need be, that Ihe children may havo abundanco of sleep. Lalo going to bed nnd very early rising invariably tnako frail children, nor can Ibis lack in childhood bo compensated for in laler life. We must bo willing to go to tho troublo and oxpenso of flavor the milk does impart And whnt n fine, having n thorough physical oxaml to Crusader Milk Bread so creamy and appetiznation of each of our children at ing; makes you eat like a husky schoolboy. The least oneo n year. crumb of Crusader Milk Bread is light, the texture Theso and many other things is uniform and, smooth, and the crust is baked to Miss Roberts told us In most In a nutty brown. leresllng fashion. Her description of our country abounding In children, and her plea for n generation of ones mado us feol that ovcrv blub LARGE AND SMALL LOAVES school nnd collego In tho United Slates shoud rcqulro Its students to nely nourishing it strengthens nnd satisfies. Very is r tako at least a short courso of study .jested, too. Chil3ren thrive wonderfully on this c. which would fit them lo rear chilbreuw.. You should order n loaf today from your grocdr dren strong in body, thus lavimr a just to get the palatable Crusader flavor. foundation for strength of mind and hearf. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY So would our raco climb upward I with glnnt strides. Fditor-ln-CM- ... SELF-riLLIN- O FOUNTAIN $2.00 PEN . Pot-offic- I " v r ,,. ,,, Tho pens aro mado by skilled workmen from high grado material. Tho pen points aro solid lK gold, lipped with hard iridium. Thoy aro hand tempered, hand buffed and smooth writers. Tho srientifio construction of tho feed or ink conductor carries tho ink to tho point in Just tho proper nmounL Tho subscapil-lar- y duels retain molsluro at tho pen point and prevent tho ink from flooding. Tho nutomatlo filling dovlso is of tho vlsiblo compression button stylo. Tho direct button controlled prcssuro upon tho bar, gets a full supply of ink by simply dipping Iho point in tho ink, depressing tho button and releasing no muss, no fuss, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness. Tho most practical nnd rellablo pon ever offered lo tho public. Kvcry pen has a "Wawco" unlimited guaranlco in tho box with tho pen. ,.,,, Y.W. C.A. GALLS BIG CONVENTION 2.000 Women Expected to Gath er in Cleveland the Week of April 1920, for National Convention. 13-20, Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Sun-l'arlo- ch. Private Koom. Hatlu. Child-birth- Cot. Wards for Men and for Women. Klectrle-Service- . Surgery, Care in Come in and , GENERAL Eye, Noie and Ear PRACTICE ' vllt an establishment, which Is a friend in need, and In reach of all the people. RonKRT II. Cowt.EV, M D., Physician HARLAN UUDI.KY, M I)., PtlTSlClun Mah(1Akkt S. Grant, M. I)., Physician , Mi Miss f'El.l.lR Mary I.onoacrr, R N., Superintendent Millkr, K N., Head Nurse ." 1 pr-wr- MEETING POSTPONED TWO YEARS BY WAR Delegate Will Dlsust New Member-hiBacli for Student! and Question of Future Support for Work. Many Other Things. s p CHANGE IN RATES lleglnnlng March t, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same ft per day. lly Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College lN - Some Cerlnin welfare tiy Much-Neede- d Legislation arc Every feeble-minded ch - ll-lj- mider-nourisli- ed ' fil self-sacrifl- co Tlie Young Women's Christian Axr- clntlon of the United Sinli-- (if Amerlcu In tvlll meet In nntlonul convention I'leretiinil. O.. the week of April 13 to JO, Inning postponed the convention from the nprlng of l'.US In order lo comply with a government rupiest thin expense nnd travel he reduced to a minimum during the wnr. The department on convent'nns nnd conferences of tlx- - Nntlonul Y W. C A., of which Mrs, Hurry Emerson l'tts dick Is clinlrmnn, estimates mi intend once of ",000 women, representing all departments of Y. W. C. A. work honrd memhers, secretnrles. stinl"'its. cluh girls, Olrl Keservcs, girls from Industrial Service renters, women from the Intcrnntlonn! Institutes for foreign born women, members from city, town and country Associations Dirh Association In the United States will be entitled to fine voting delegate Cr every one hundred voting members In the Association. Two of themost ImportiMt questions which will come up before the be the membership bitsls luid the question of supiiort. Of old business to ho considered the most Important question will be li e membership the basis for student "associations, granting of charter membership privilege to the Chicago Young Women's Christian Association and a recommendation providing nn Increase In mem bershlp of the Nntlonnl Bonn! of the Association will nlso be presented. Itev Charles W Ciltkey, p:istor of Hyde Park P.uptlst Church. Chicago, will give a series of morning addresses during tho convention week Dr Itoh eri K. Speer. secretary to the Foreign Mission Roard of the Church, North, will also give un ail Mrs Speer l chairman of the dress N'ntlonal Hoard of the Y W C. A The convention will be In session morning and evening, the afternoon being glveu over lo. sectional meetings held In var'nus churehes. Attendance at these meetings will be determined tiy group' membership and also by activities W P Mnrfi-rof (Imnhn. NVh Mr conven-Uote-wi- Conducted by Prof..John F. Smith, litate Sanitary Inspector" legislative reforms girl, unless urgently necessary in hoped that tho present munity. Theso people may marry Legislature will bring these meas new and rcproduco their kind, neither of which things should over ures inlo operation. to occur. Tho Stato 1. The pressing need of the hour be allowed is for educational reorganization. should do its duty In this matter. 5. A Kentucky girl of 12 and a An excellent program has been pro 'Department of Educa - j Kentucky boy of 14 may marry, If pared by tho nn ,..l.IMi tf nrlnnlml ' mill " Inld llifll ll.liunui cuusuuu i liu nun- . ' ' far reaching results. It deserves riago laws of tho State should bo amended so as to make such a thing support. impossible. Sixteen years girls District sanatoria aro needed and eighteen years for boysfor quite Is for tho treatment and euro of pa- b" U,CSe ShU,d b ! tients suffering with tuberculosis. 1."(' Al.n.f OOfWl l.'nnlnl, nnnnln linvnw ml &""aoUtVVV livuiuunj ivsj'au ill 'U Women should have tho this dread disease now, and nearly day, and should toll for minimum a 5,000 will die this year becauso tho wage. Kentucky has lagged behind Stato has not provided any means many other stales in legislation for of earing for Ibis army of sufferers. protection dt women In industry. Kentucky ought to assume this The Slate Board of Health necd3 responsibility- instead of ' alldvlng" a greatly increased appropriation people to dio becauso of neglect. to Its enable it to do moro effccllvo 3. A Department of Publlo Welfaro work. Tho organization is oxce- lshould bo created. There is n0 lenl, but it cannot function prop government agencies at Frankfort to erly without sufficient funds. The tho work of tho vari- Secretary now receives tho princely ous social welfare organizations In salary nf $r,200 a year about a way that will eliminate overlap- - enough to pay laundry bills and buy ping and insure that all sections of his oatmeal and tooth picks. Tho the Slate fehallxbo reached. Tho Legislature ought to appropriate Commonwealth Council now servos tlio funds needed. as a friendly adviser, but it can 9. The University of Kentucky only recommend courses of action. and the Stato Normal Schools need 4. Farms and homes for tho caro largo sums of monoy to enable them nnd training of tho feeble-mindtj carry out their enlarged proshould bo established. Thero aro grams. Tho Slate will nover havo people in an educated citizenship until it is over 2,000 feeble-mindtho Commonwealth with n"o pro- willing to pay tho prico of educatection whatever, except that of- - tion for all its people. It now has fercd by friends and relatives, that opportunity. John F. Smith protected, to tho common carefully becomes a Kentucky, and it Is menanco to tho morals of tho com- 'r'!h' 11 is - ed ed win prcsinc at tne npening session, having been electfil nn president at the Inst convention of 'lie Voting Women's Cbrlstlnn Association, held to Los In U)IS. clinlr-woma- W Staff of Life rr Plus Milk Crusader JBtlk Bread well-nourish- ed The committee on business to come before the convention tins for Its .Mrs. John French nnd Includes among Its memhers Mrs John O. Itockefeller. Jr., Miss Ellr.n Hiitler, sisUltra Glenwood Boy, No. 54900 ter of Nicholas Murray Butler, presiwas born September 25, 1018, his dent of Columbia University; Miss sire being Florham. Quality (31375) Martha McCook, Miss Mutiei Crattj a most promising bull, whoso half eenerul secretary for the Natlouul btothe"r sold for $25,000; his sire, iWrd of Ihe V W C. A., nnd Mrs Wll tho great bull No Plus Ultra (15205), Minn Aibiiiw llronn all of New York Ity who has 15 daughters in tho Ad vauocd Registry avoraglng 54520 GRATE FIRE TEACHES LESSON bs. of butter fat; his siro bolng Dolly Dimple's May King of LangIn tho Flames Bound to Im. water, tho widely lnown siro of Pictures Observer press of Any Keen, many good cows, ono giving 1,000 ness of Mind. lb?, of fat; his siro bolng Imp. King nl tho Miv und his dam Dtolly The wood Are In the open grute. The Dimple, tho Guernsey cow that quiet hour of'a wintry evening. Who does not revel In the combination? Tin mado such a record. Ultra Glenwood Boy's dam Is Lucy pictures In the flames. The musing I.ockct of Ilook Spring (20075) who as ttin tiro crackles, the only sound In at the ago of 13 years mado a rco the stillness. In Ancients Persia, In other lands ord of 378 lbs. of fat under farm nnd times, worshiped lire. It was the conditions and milked only twlco a symbol of purity, purlilcntlon. PootM dt:y. Her siro 13 Glenwood CombI have found the tire on the hearth an nation who has 4 sons and 4 daugh Inspiration. Painters have seen picters in Iho Advanced Registry; his tures In the glowing coals. We see siro boing Glenwood Boy of lladdoy, them, too. In the silence of tho evenlu; nnd dam Glenwood Girl Oth; her time. Hut the wood lire In the open grate dam being Imp. Glenwood Girl. Tho Is more than a symbol of purity, moro family Is rjulto promiGlenwood than u creature comfort, more than a nent in tho brood. sign of pertumu! proHperlty, more thnu aro becoming n setting for dream pictures. It's a Tho Guernseys wiiloly known as tho best breod symbol of tetlon. It's u picture of wlmn both butter and milk aro ambition. It's an Incitement to enwanted. deavor. The tin in es are never still while This Bull has been licensed and Is ready for sorvlco at my placo at there's material to reach. Reaching, reuclilng, grasping, keeping, never conwest end of Bcrca. I Thut's w hut Fee Is $3.00, and Is due whea tent, never Idle. Action tho wood tire In the open grute Is say Is rendered. service lug. M. L. SPINK, BEREA, KY. The flnmeaefip higher and higher REGISTERED Guernsey Bull tnem. long ns there Is fuel to When the fuel In consumed the flames wither and die. Ambition must be fed. That's the lesson of the Are. You can't get tho tire of nmhltlon tn burn In the worker's bruin to energize his hnnd unless It Is feil. and fed again. Take away Incentive, make labor Ineffective, and the laborer's nmbltlon dies. And what Is An as mitn without ambition? Journul. without nn co 11 fej 5 Ch&yowfkpuijijted' Here it your opportunity to iaiure agalntt embarrassing errors In spelling, pronunciation end poor choice of words. Know the meaning of puziling war terms. 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NORMAL Tho school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention Blvcn to rural teaching. Equal standing with Stalo Normals, and graduates aro given Stato certificates, and courses. Six-yecourse beyond the common branches for degree of H. Ped. III. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course of four years is the straight road to College. Tho English course of two years Is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor to go thru college. It gives the best general education for Ihoso who rannol go further in school. IV. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subjects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Hricklnying, Printing, Dlacksmlthing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sowing, Nursing, Dookkeeplng, and Stenography. V. FOUNDATION SCHOOL Gcnornl education in tho common branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who have been deprived of tho advantages of early education. MUSIC VI. Cabinol Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Orchestra. A fine opportunity U. become a good musician at a very low cost. ar COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America Any ambitious boy or girl in the mountains can go through Horea or any of tho Allied Departments, for $150 a yoar. As each student is required to do somo work, tho abovo amount Is reduced by tho amount of work performed. A student with energy and reliability can greatly reduce tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his cnllro expenses. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, ond may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. College, EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Inoldenlal Fco Iloom roR both ron girls $0.00 $0.00 5.50 10.50 5.50 15.00 Hoard, Six Weeks Amount duo March 21, 1020 Board, flvo weeks, duo May 1, 1020. $28.00 13.75 $20.50 120 Total for Term $11.75 $39.00 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from abovo incidental fee. For College students add $1. Every student must send FOUR DOLLARS DEPOSIT In advance, .' olhcrwiso room will not bo rcsorvod. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship arc from 50 cents to $1 a week extra. Muslo Is also from 50 cents to $1 a week HsfllBBBP' extra. Now is the time tomakc preparation tor the Summer Term which begins June showing that they arc above fifteen jearsof age, in good health, and ol good character. before coming to Berea. Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the it, . ' Applicants must bring or send a testimonial or lor the regular school year beginning September 15. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, and there arc other regulations which you .should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Care of Children now-.syst- HOME DEPARTMENT By Dr. Harlan Dudley, Ass't College Physician Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science petting rid of the poisons of tho The Prospective Mother USE Or OLD STOCKINGS points In Iho making or it that it 01 too cuuu nnu moiucr. As tno good ncaun 01 1110 may bo well to emphasize First RED CLOVER llyzcd by tho seed laboratory. Our born baby and its power to ward Make it possible for tho physl-o- (I Aiuong the many uses of old plan tho rug as n whole, wllh a ouw ah nea uiuvur rugsioio, uar , stnto (JOIiego Ol ngrii uiiun, ai. livjl. disease later depends so much'cian to examine for kidney troublo Specialists urge help all tho far- -, nn the previous health of tho at least onco a month and more of- - stockings, It is worth every houso colored pencil, simply making a Government incton. is ready to wife's time to keep in mind tho spiral so many rows or blue, so mcrs sccuro good reliable seed If, mother, tho gospel of right living (en if you have headache. many rows or gray, so many rows Special Attention to be Paid to the they will only ask assistance. Tho must bo taught for tho benefit of. Herniate tho bowels so that an following points: 1. and or blue, etc. Thcro Is Ulllo variety holders savo Purity of Seed attention of farmers is being called f tho unborn as well for tho living, 'action may be obtained nt least onco tear Iron good towels, wear aprons in tho form. Tho rug must bo obof During January the purchasing of t the favt that ( French and,. Although tho mothers in tho small a day. This may usually bo dono clover seed and tho planning of the , Italian seel, which Is rting shipped town and country aro not subject to by the use 0' plenty of water, vegc- - anil the cooks hands, and aro long or circular. Tho center piece leaner becnuso they aro small he or braids, or a piece of carpot-In- g acreago to bo sowed next spring into this country, aro inferior and . tho dancers in the city, duo to the tnbles. fruiL coarso bread and co may bo used ns n centerpiece. will bo one consideration. Clover subject to moro dUeusw and In- -. extravagance of tho rich or the reals as aforesaid. "But If this or and of tho right size. These may seed is scarce and good samples will sects than our own American seed., mifery of the extremely poor, bo-- 1 that ilolh not suffice, nsk your doc-- It he mado from legs of old stockings, It is easier to begin wllh a centerfolded three times and stitched piece. command prices that many farmers is also time to consider thoiCallg0 of tho vice of cither loo rich tor for his advice." around and across. "Often when a new carpel is fitwill hesitate to pay. The United preparation of tho ground in which, or highly seasoned food by the for- ir you have the least doubt about States Department of Agriculture the seed is to be sown. It will nier or of the unwholesomo food your condition, tell your best 2. Legs of worn out stockings, cut ted, thcro aro pieces left over. urges the seeding of as largo an not pay to throw oxpenslvo seed SUch as an excess of strong tea or friend, your family physiolan rathor on the seam nnd sewed together Odd bits or carpeting can bo bought seam, make excellent at moderate prices. Chooso n remacreage as possible. The best in down on poorly prepared ground as coffee, spoiled meat and unfit vego-,th- an listen and ponder over much with a flat formation obtainable shows that the Is so often dono in order to save tables by tho latter; and tho need well meant advico that will bo dist cloths. They aro soft, cost nant thai harmonizes in color wllh nothing, and when damp take up a the rags to be used; shape It Into a foreign market is quite as baro of time and expense. The seed bed 0f healthful exercise, refreshing' showered upon you. amount of dust. They circle, square, or oblong that clover seed as is our own. Tho should be well prepared. The beslrcst and fresh air for both. Yc It is extremely important, as it Is surprising a plenslng unity or design. French and Italian supplies aro sold way is not to sow the seed in the every prospcclfva mother should ' always important for the maintcn- - take furniture oil or kerosene very out, and there appears to be no sup- carly spring on tho wheat, but to not assume that Naturo will caro anco of good health, to have clean, readily and arc therefore good pol- If rectangular forms nro selected, round tho corners slightly. ply in Germany or Russia. This harrow It on tho wheat or to seed for her without giving thought to sound teeth. If you have been ncg- - ishers. 3. Tho long legs of stockings "Hits of Ilnissels and tapestry means that clover seed will be high wilh a spring grain in a well pre- - her food, clothing, exercise, living ligent or indifferent in this matter, up over ono's sleeves when carpeting aro particularly well for at least two years to come, if pared seed bed. rooms and cneral surroundings, have your teeth put in tho best pos drawn not more, and those farmers who Seeding olone without a nurse Fortunately, as regards those, tho sible condition by a dentist, and cleaning out stoves or emptying adopted for this purpose, as they seeded last spring or who seed in grain crop will often bo better, but ideal is within tho reach of every then brush at least three times a allies, or any work especially harm- ate so firm that tho braids when 1920 will have a chance to sell not alwavs. If seeding must do mother rcnuirinir.howovcr. reason- - d;iv after meals, to remove narliclcs ful lo clean sleeves, aro helpful. sewed to such a center, cannot their clover seed crop at a good deno on rather worn soil, it is bet- - able caro and foresight to realizo of food that may bo left to decay Shorter length, reaching lo tho el- pucker II. If Ingrnln carpollng is bow, nrc linn to keep about tho used, it should bo lined with heavy figure. This is a lime for farmers , ter to seed alone, especially if tho and benefit from it, , nnd form breeding places Tor germs, lo look ahead, to get the advantago field is not very weedy. If a spo- system. Use tooth kllchen lo slft over ano's cuffs canvas, and firmly tneked to tho First, do not fail to inform your and so poison the of high prices boforo Europe gels cial seed bed 13. prepared, It should family physician about your condi- - powder or prepared chalk on Iho when wearing n "best dress" in the canvas in several places. When neatly bound thcso centers nro atback to normal production and be well compacted. A freshly (ion, and he will tell you that caro brush, or one-ha- lf tcaspoonful of kitchen. 1. Old stockings make excellent tractive and savo somo time and prices fall. plowed and harrowed field is loo should be taken to avoid certain baking soda in a cup of water will stove cloths, nnd for applying pol- work, ns the middlo or Iho rug Is Watch Quality Seed open for tho best results. Tho soil foods and especially any food or be better than nothing at all. In ylew of tho high prices of must bo compacted or tho seed bed drink which may cause disoom- Clothing should bo loosely hung ish or for giving a polish nflorwards, the most difficult port to shape "Cut the material, ir medium clover seed it Is important that all will dry otit before the young plants fcrt because of indigestion; eating from the shoulders; only an ap nothing is better. 5. When your "Shlnola" polishweight, into Inch strips ror a light farmers bo very careful about the pet thcr roots down far enough. .freely of well washed and prepared pioved corset worn, If any. ing brush has all tho wool felt weight rug or , quality of seed they buy. Tho re and fruit, whole wheat, j vegetables As to exercise, tho evidenco of Lime Necessary It, wrap worn off lation between the purity and germnu cornurewi: Kraimm, unnK.ng H.ugue am. nervous airu m ., ao v thicknesses from stockings several strips for n heavier rug. Muslin Another important factor in tha around wtuhl need to bo cut wider, broadof old ination of a sample of clover seed f water just before or be- - (n mproye tho condition of tho rccl' it nnd sew tightly cloth, perhaps narrower than an and its value lo the farmer has been C. For braided rug nothing Is bet Inch. Lap tho ends of tho pioccs nnl so frequently discussed that it is bel!;hr8oVVe7hoSshe0ndia; not necessary to enter into details. lugging tor than rags cut fiom lockings srw them several times with a stout I! a'SV '"T?1 shout! hravy Hfllng andas cutting nnd underwear. Tho underwear linen thread. Ro careful not lo A farmer, paying a low price for a bo avoided such and ,have it, analyzed or see his which poor lot of seed, may really be pay, the mother has been acous- - and carrying in fuel. I havo frc- - rags may bo dyul and tho black mako n hord, stiff spot In tho ma. if j ing more for tho good seed that will that water has lo used to set off tho colors. Tho fol terial. Sew tho end of Iho braid lowing is nn article cut from tho neatly so that the very beginning or grow than he would havo In a samho carried quite long distances to 11 ,s 1,01 l" "?r ?cc: ple of a higher price. Tho only tucky especially, Is deficient In lime. t amount 0 the house after being balled from Woman's Homo Companion of a few it is rounded, nnd adapts itself Increase tho ex- way to decide this is lo secure If the soil is sour, .lo not waste excepting during Iho last a spring or well with buckets. For years ago, which gives in detail the easily lo tho braid that is lo bq ann,i n u t.aI making of tho braided rugs. shaped to it around in a circlo or samples and quotations from rolia- "delicato" pui mnths when a tnslc should. bo the injurious woman all such labor "Now that tho braided mat of our oval. (A careless braider scallops havo tno icca blo dealers and havo the seed ana- - someone hazard' especially for milk and is nnd extremely From ono to two tons grandmothers is in voguo again, tho the edges of tho braid and twists ,,ro1 "s nnd coc oa ous. "round limestone will put the ' a,so aIua-anCINCINNATI MARKETS. Amplo light, permitting n flood of good liouscwifo finds tho rag bag the braid). Sew Iho rug on tho soil in condition to take red clover sunshino lo enter tho living rooms, to bo a vcrilablo treasure bag. wrong sido with waxed, heavy linen 'a "RJ !L Produce a good crop. For the There aro old sheets, pillowcases thread. Braids arc sowed logolhcr Hay and Grain. F , . should be provided through win- nnd towels which, when dyed, will much ns laco is sowed to a garment. best results lime should bo put on easily dows . Com No. 2 white $1.0101.02, No. 2 "0,,ff "al,h ,,n ol;C,r ,day8; rub, raised which can foralso bo ven- hrnid into light mats. Thcso can One edge has lo bo held fuller than o ground and harrowed in. Far- yellow $1.0801.00, No. a yellow $1.50 frequent or opened L.p,8f' mors looking ahead for several years ' 01.53. No. 2 mixed $1.5701X0, No. 3 tilation. By "living rooms" Is he washed, and if you have been the other. If Iho mat Is Inclined liming tho corn- mixed $1.5501.57. white ear $1,570 should consider rarcful to uso fast colors, aro pleas- lo bind on tho edgo, bold tho braid may meant every room In tho house. r. 1,0 sUn 1.50, yellow ear $1.0001.02. field next spring, especially if this ing ns long ns tho fragments hold in n bit fuller; if it rulTlcs, hold It (To bo Continued Noxl Wcok) relieve the kidneys of an extra load, Sound Hay Timothy per ton $30.50 Is to bo followed by wheat with together. Such mats aro particular. a Ulllo tighter. From tlmo lo limo 034, clover mixed $29.50033, clover clover on tho wheat in 1921. Corn I satisfactory on tho floors of bed it is best to ploco tho mat flat on tho for tho permanent upbuilding of the larly In tho South. Tho market Is $32037.50. responds ti 1 mo than table. Then you aro suro or gelling rooms or bathrooms. SQ lh( 8cnslUvo to Incrcased lhen anJ Oats No. 2 white 01002c, No. 3 do, and limestone pu on in or i eclpts. Tho changes of weather "Old silks make beautiful mats; a smooth even suriaco. white OOQOlc, No. 2 mixed 00001c, iuiiu nccdg Jn, .iiiu way . . this way will proparc tho ground iui .... "It is well that tho art or braidNo. 3 mixed 88080c. huvo considerable bearing on tho outing flannel gives a heavier mat; tiur.ur must iu uuuuu. for a clover crop. Used in this way, pieces of woolen dresses, old stock- ing rugs is being revived, as thcso market price. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. tho full amount necessary to satisfy Tho Associated Warohouso Report, ings and undcrflanncls mako strong rugs aro much moro beautiful than Butter Whole milk creamery extras tho limo requirement Bhould bo used, PRODUCE REVIEW covering 53 warehouses, shows tho mats; nnd very heavy rugs can bo many of Iho garnish rugs of comOOc, Ursts 01V4c, seconds COe, fuuey ns somo win do iosi in tno arainage vKC nroductlon showed nn In- - following stocks ns of January 1st braided frpm strips of old blankets, merce, nnd as thoy cost absolutely dulry 57c. nothing, for thoy nro made or rags, water and somo will be removed crease of 23 percent, and poultry trousers, coats and vests. Eggs Kxtra Urals 75c, llnts 73c, with the corn .crop. A coat of man- -, jp percent in Iho past ten yoars. Eots "Whllo tho braided rug is not in they aro cosily within tho reach of llrets 02c. 1920 1,010,000 cases uro will help clover, and in most of according to tho Department of Ag-otho least complex, thcro aro a fowl every housowifo." Live l'oultry Fowls, 5 lbs nnd over 492,000 1010 eastern Kentucky soils, phos- -, rlculturo's forecast of its figures for 80c, under 1 lbs 23c, roosters 18c, proffered' sent. I do lion, without a corresponding in- forced "to'lnke n 1919. Early figures Issued tho to- ducks, white, 1 Ibk und over, 21c, phales aro essential. not Interfcro with the conversation of 518,000 " Increaso young turkeys, 8 lbs und over 40c. A word of warning must, how- - tal 1010 egg production at 1,957,-ovcreaso in tho demand from the cus- shopgirls behind the counter. I wait. bo added to the discussion of 000,000 dozen, nnd poultry ol COO,-- ! ct tomer, will probably havo tho Live Stock. I accept Invitations from "persons" deButter or causing lower prices, Pre- sirous of showing off their Wornes or limo. Llmo Is not 0 fertilizer, .and 000,000 head, Cattle Shippers $10.50015, butcher if used persistently without adding' 1920 37,712,000 lbs. pared by Swirt & Company, U. &'. their cash In restaurants. This represents an increaso In teurs, extra $11.50013, good to choice 1010 27,022,000 " Yard, Chicago, 111., January Oth, $10.50011.50, common to fulr $000.50; organlo matter in Iho shape of raa- -, production over 1010 as follows. I listen pntlcntly to platitudes of the heifers, extra $11.50012.50. good to nuro or crop residues, it will event- 1020. Kggs young or to the discoverers of Oscsr 300,000,000 dozen " choice $10011.50, common to fulr $00 ually leavo tho soil poorer. Increase... 10,090,000 Wilde and Itcrnnrd Shaw. I figure that Piultry ...112,000,000 head 0.50; cows, extra $10011, good to men arc vainer than women. I smile Good clover crops Ho at tho foun- iiccolpts of poultry aro lighter, It will bo noted that thcro is a choice $7X000.50, blockers and feed upon annoying children. I admtro the dation or Agriculture in Kentucky, and higher prices aro boing paid largo rcscrvo stock of both eggs and ers $0.50011.50. A Sd WorlJ. costuming of all tho women I know. Report, Culves Uxtru $21, fulr to good $12 and especially In Eastern Kentuo- - for live poultry, both In tho coun-k- y. butler. Tho Government I am cursed with good manners. I On many farm? gocd clover try and in tho consuming conlors. covering tho entiro country, will ennnot, grab for food. I cannot take Unless hysterical, I never Inquire of 020.50, common und targe $0011. my love cops cannot bo produced wlthout.It Is expected, however, that ro-ll- probably show a larger surplus. the cholcemorsel of a dish. I Instinc- going or where he has been, Whither Hogs Selected heavy shippers whom he has seen. I give but limo alone will net solve servo stocks will bo drawn upon U A smaller nmounl of cream has tively choose the most uncomfortable everyone tho preference of liberty. I $14.75010, good to choice puckers und butchers $15, medium $15010.25, com. the problem of big yield j. A regu-thc- ro should appear lo bo any do- been delivered to tho creameries neat. I make way for others at the take pleasure In contemptntlng ray mon to choice heuvy fut sows $00 lor system (his week, but with tho rcscrvo ticket office. I let everyone push ahead lost opportunities. G. Tere Taylor, la of rotation wllh olovcr. fioloncy In tho current marketing, 12.25, light shippers $15.25, pigs $100 os a regular element in a throe or Fresh eggs aro beginning lo movo blocks there Is amplo supply, and of me to wcure the remaining seats Judge. 14.50. four year rotation, must bo adopted in small quantities, moro particu- - any immcdlato increase in produo- - of a . subway conch. I suffer when Investigator . cm-bodi- es JStr'' ,.. El?ifiTS ,, r ,.... '7 7 ??J '"""' 2 a, d J'"0"1 ,,co f JlnnH V 1 .3 re-gra- ins ur " cr, cf-re- Jnminry 15, 1020 THE CITIZEN Page Seven IMfaOVED UKirOBH INTERNATIONAL sunmysciiool I Illy ItfiV i ll.WAIr.ll. I). U. Tenrf.ei of l.tiKloli lllMe In Hi Mo.k1 IIiHe Initltulr of I'htiMo Ilt Wmirn Mfmiptr t'nlnnl 1 CONVENTION GOES B0LSHEII TAKE KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from pago ono) Miiyvllle.--Tli- Night By REV. GEORGE GUILLE EiWnikm Deptttnwnt Moody DibU e Lesson 10 m FRANCISCO Froti Coast Metropolis Crush and Capture Remnant of Three Armies. TWO MORE TOWNS ARE TAKEN Offensive Against Ornish Oeglns as Reds Enter Bokhara Swarms of Propagandists Sent Into, Persia With Counterfeit Money. The town of Ian. 10, I.oml Krasnoyarsk!, eastern Siberia, has been ct.pt it red by the bolshevlkl. nccordlng to n Moscow wireless dlspatche. "The leiiinatits of the First, Second and Third enemy armies have surrendered nnd 00.000 prisoner" nlrendy have been counted." says the dispatch. Ilokbnra. capital of the Important khnnaie of llokhara in central Asia and li- -s than "00 mile from the Afghanistan irotitlcr, has been entered by bolshevlst force, nccordlng to wnr olllce reports. Further west sovlel troops lime occuplM Kr.isnovodsk on sea I hu eastern shore of the Casplnii It Is claimed In reports from .Moscow Assembled in Turkestan. beDirect .nilwny communication tween Trans-Casplnnd Kuropenn Hnssia has been secured by the nils, who will Is' nble to bodies of troops In Turkestan with a view to carrying out possibly plnns westward toward the Cniicitsus region nnd southward toward 1'crsla (now virtually n Hrit-:s- h protectorate) nnd Afghanistan. It Is said. lloMievlst ntlthorltles hnve announced their Intention to penetrate Persia by wny of Khorassan as soon ns they secure control of the Cnsplnn sen, nnd recent reiMirts hnve Indlcnted tlmt soviet ghrrlsons along the Khorassan frontier hnd been heavily a river I filled with Italian- - miner, lutmco mine .tiexitn der, was Mint ami almost instantly killed by a colored miner, whose iiamu Is not known here. Bio Offer lutitutc.Cbiugo Wins Democratic Meet. TREATY MADE LESSON FOR JANUARY 25 PETER STANDS UP FOR TRUTH AND HONESTY. Ti:.T lis then, havltiR received thi up, went Immeilliitely out' nnJ It wai nlKlit.-Jn- hn 1920 ISSUE 13.30. S.l-I.KKSON TKXT-Ae- U CJUI.UKN TUX re boml lll but they that iltitl nulon to Hie -- I'tovi .11:12 truly lire hi OVIIglit ADDITtONAt. MATKHl A L K. SDH. I'ruv 11:1; Matt (: M, (Jul !?. I. Kph :!. X, 10. lrd Disciples and Wlmt llerame of Tlirm. INTKflMKDIATK AND SKNUlll TOPIC The Polly and Slllf ulliron of I.) lug -III this lfHnn we see tin- - new community now culled "the, chnrcli" (v 11) vindicated, In tin' holdne of Peter nnil John we see tlmt the brink villi Judaism linn come tin authority of Hip Kiinlicftrln I ropiKllatod with tin on the pnrt of tin disciple to he led by IIk- - Holy Spirit It Is for till reason tlmt the body now get tlu mime "church." Since the break turn conn' It mint In shown to lie holy body; It tail! liuv recognition bm being HiicrtHl The sanctity of tl tabernacle In transferred to the now body, which In (lod's ilwelllnE place . (Kph. 2 The church Itself. h well n the people tiltoiit. II1 not know till until Clod's Judgment burst forth. I. Characteristic! of the Primitive dctfi-mliintlo- u MSI-)- Jl'NIOIt TOI'll! I'UIMAItr TOIMC-Tell- lrm To the Truth. church 1. It wf( praying church v. 31). For every want nnnd e very need they betook themWve to Rod In prayer. 2. It whs ii Spirit-tille- church d (v SJ). A praying church I ii Spirit-tillechurch. The Spirit I Riven In an wit to prayer (Luke 11 :13). X It wn a church which hnd great In preaching the Word of. holdne OimI (v. !..). Tlie minister In n Spirit-fillerhurrti will not offer nn apology for the tllhle, lint will fcnrleiy preach It. i. It wn a nnlted church (v. 32) They were "of one henrt and one soul." ft. It church (v. ai n ,'I2). charitable and generous A" need. nroe sup pile. were given from n common fund 0. It minister hud n powerful ted tlmony (v. JCT). 7. It wn a church whne membership exhibited tinlilenilihed characters (r. X). Per "grent grace whs upon them nil." II. Tht Sin of Ananias and Sapphlra vv. 1. their hypocritical Initiation of the gen :'M. 37). net of llnrnnhn of the of the peeullnr dltrc early church when the open rupture wn mnde with Judaism, the member for n time had n "community of food." Thl wn not universal not permnnent ; oine continued to own their own home, a for example John Mark' mother, who used her home In which to entertain riirlKtlnn. Annnln kept Imrk a piirt of the money received for hi In nil while pretending to have droucht It nil. Ill" wife wa h partner In It. 'They wnnted the honoi of generoltv without pnylne the price Annnlnt-allowe2. The Judgment (vv. sntnn to till hi henrt and lied to the Holy ilhot In keeping hack a pnrt of the price of the lnnd. It wa most likely nn acted He. They were not under ohllgntlon to ell their land or having sold It, to 'bring any of the money mid plnce It In the common fnnd, Peter declnred flint they were absolutely free to do n they pleaed with It. Love of prale I cnulnt many todny to mnke the nme dreadful mlMnke. I'eople nre walking In the wny of Annnln nnd Snpphlni when fhey make a profelon of religion for temporal gain and pleasure; or even punching aennon not their own, Freiieiitly men prench the aer mon of Slooily nnd Spurgeon without giving credit. I'hyKlcnl death wn visited upon Annnln nnd Snpphlni for It occaMon '(vv. 1. 2). Thl wn emit their HI. The Effect (tv. 1. flrent fenr enme upon the church and ujKMi nil who henrd of thene thing (v. 11). Irreverence I nn out atnndlng ln of tld nge. The church hoiild be recognized n holy the very dwelling plnce of the Moat High Ood. of men and women 2. Multitude v. 14). Thl were ndded to the apread caused the fame of refer to far nnd wide ao tlmt the people were to come tinder hi ahndow nnxlou of the body of Were the hotlnea Christ recognized, then would he mnny coming for panlon and anlva-tlon- ln. Ird . did not dnre to Join (v. 13). It la Interesting to note tlmt thl vindication of the hollnc-- of the church did not deter any hut hypocrites from Joining It. Nothing nnhnllowed nor any unreeenernte person Iihh n plnce In the church. Thla appllea to our offering an well n to our person. 3. The hypocrite Dally Prayer. Oh Lord, wo thank theo that men turn to thee; the mensure of their need 1 the mensure of thy Hupply. Let thy aplrlt dwell In our spirit, nnd then all Miull he, well within und peaceful without. We pniy thee to give us n fuller and tinner, nnd more continual, nnd more vigorous and cl!lcuclou confiThrough Jesus dence In thyself. Christ our Uird. Amen. Character Building. Life Is mainly an opportunity for character hiillUlnif and tenting. Night bring moro thnn atnra. The Napoets sing of her ns "iueen," hul Stand by Wilton Is Praised by the tional Committee Attacks "Unn Scrlptute hn patriotic" Senator Who Have dlfferciit incniiliic Delayed Ratification. for her, Here n dlyclpli Wiishlugton, .Inn. 1). The DeiiioerntU goes out from thr presence 'of hl nntlonul committee awarded thephrty'a l.oni; out from 11)20 nntlonal convention, ut which n the bust ol cundldate for president will he chosen, friend, who but to San Francisco. After 27 vote had been cnt. Kannow has dipped with him In tht sas City nnd Chicago withdrew mid the dish In token of vote for San Francisco was tinaiiluioiiH. tiki-gJfriendship; out Monday, June 28, wns fixed ns the cont ne Iff ill "in vention dnle. Isiulore II, Dockweller of California, w Ihim Savior, mnde n f orenlinil own' nominating Sun Francisco, ) death Is to be prnfTer of n gun rim Iced um of for expeuaes, the free use of the come n propltln tlon for nil thi inuiik'lpnl auditorium, seating fro'n world, out to hctruy him Into tin Ift.OOO to 18,000. nnd of additional lnnd of sinners t And with regard to runds for entertainment purposes. .Indus' sad condition, his tiwful deed Committee Indorses Treaty. nnd his terrible doom volume could Itcolutlons Indorsing thu treaty of Hiy no more Ihnn the Spirit of Ood Versailles and denouncing as unpatripreihe Into those four brief won' otic the nttltude of senators who would "und It wn night." Night for Juiln defeat It directly or by nullifying with hi back on Christ I Night fof were unanimously adopted the disciple who forsakes the Mn by the national Democratic commitNight, eternal ter'a dwelling place tee. night, for every soul that turns from The "arrogant" Itepubllcnn leaderthe Snvlor! ship of the senate was denounced ns 1, night In the streets of thr having Park earned the "contempt of the Holy City to which the traitor siinK world" by throttling the treaty for sevupon that but darker night within en months, am! the senate wns culled traitor's soul. He hns turned uway upon to "quit playing politics"' with from the Light, nnd bo who has the question of rntlllcnllon. the horrible act Is the "rulet Itevlewlng the legislative record of of the darkness of this world." Night the two Wilson administrations nnd Is In harmony with the crime, for nt the manner In which the war wns won. Its climax on Oolgothn nn lmpcm'tru the resolution nlo expressed gratifidie tbirkncss gnthers round. cation that the president wns regain lug health after a breakdown "due Into the Night. Oh, If ever mnn hnd a clinnce to he largely to his efforts for world peace." Concerning the peace treaty the res'So nenr to suvi-It wns Judnsl Christ, yet f far awnyl Casting out olution hold: "We iitllnn our approval of the demon In hi name, yet hearing at length, "I never knew yon." A dls- treaty of Versailles, rtnd we condemn cjple, but never saved 1 "I speaK not as unwise and unpatriotic the attitude of yon all : 1 know whom 1 tiave clios-- of those senators who would defeat en; hut that the Scripture may be nil its ratification, either directly or by filled, he that eateth with me bnth overwhelming It with reservation that lifted up his heel ngnlnst me." With are Intended to nnd will hnve the ef stllll fect of nullifying It. the taste of that very "The failure of the senate Itepub fresh uon his tongue the traitor goes out Into the night thf.t I for him so I lean lenders to offer or to permit con soon to become the "outer darkness sldcnitlon of Interpretative resolutions thut would preserve the general pur- of the night eternal. Yen, al pos-- of the treaty nnd so to permit II. "And It wis night." ways night nwny from Christ! "Light Its ratification condemns them to the of the world" Is he nnd how truly the criticism of the nation and to the "light of life" to nil w ho know him I contempt of the world." See the contrast between this disciple Tells of Depression In 1911 turned nwny nnd that "one of his dis The resolutions said that when tlte ciples whom Jeu loved." "leaning on Democrat came Into power In 11(13 Jesus' bosom," that nnmeless one who they found "the nation In n condition represents them all, for all nre alike of comparative Industrial awl comthe objects of hie love. This Is that mercial depression" and with "the "part with him" for which he has banking system In the bands of n few demised us und to which he Invites men nt whose will panics periodical nnd welcome all. The holiest Intima ly occurred." It wns added that cy I The dearest fellowsblpl No night "these nnd other Ills had existed for Itl there! Oh, child of Ood. beloved ills jears under Itepubllcan rule without clple. "called unto the fellowship of any relief." hi Son," to forsake that precious "To remedy this abiding place Is night, black night editions continued,condition," the res "the Democratic up nnd tell u; for your soul, lllse Immediately you hnve known one hour of that administration entered upon a vigorous constructive prosweet fellowship with Christ nnd have gram," adding of that learned "the sweetness of the secret the feilerol hanking establishment system "entitles of the Iin!" rise up nnd tell us, It party to the everlasting gratitude you inn. that It U not night away the Wandering In the night of the country, while the farm loan from him. system gave to onr agriculnwny from thut loving Lord, let not banking tural Interests the relief long demandthlno eyes become nccustomed to the ed by them." darkness lest thou full In with his foes The resolutions then referred to ennnd betray him. It Is the night that giving "the peo exposes you to defection and sin nnd actment of the law ple right to elect their United the snares set for your feet. Statethe obscures ta" nr.d vimtors by ixipnlnr Como back to the Light. Thoso lovon that happy day long alil the party had "enfranchised the ing nnr that, women and for the first time gnvo In ngo clasped you In their embrace of bor the fair showing to which It was aalvntlon, are wide open again to receive, nnd the lip that whispered entitled." lleferrlng to tle uvowed objects of pence to you nre saying "Ho that me shall not walk In darkness the country's participation In the wnr. the resolutions continued: but shall hnve the light of life." "A trenty to this end was negotiated, HI, "And Itrwas night." The word seven hns been nre prophetic, faintly foreshadowing and for by the months It Itepubllcnn throttled misused tho doom of those who reject the Lord leadership of tho senate, that Is so nr- Jesus. rognnt Hint It even refuses to let the Hit Back to the Light senntors of Its own party who desire sinner, soul unsaved, to have the treaty ratified with cer Oh. once-borwhether In the depths of depravity or tain reservations that seem renso. Mile walking upon thn highest plane ot to them to vote accordingly, nnd ti.ns morality and benevolence nnd fleshly to make at least n start toward world religiousness, you hnve your back on wide peace." tho Son, of Ood, you hnve turned awny As n result, the resolutions said from the Savior, And ns Judas went "conditions are unsettled, a deflulte with the tokens of love upon Ids Hps, proclamation of the end of the war Is no have you gone. The hand that wns delayed." It declares that had the on the cross for your sins gave them treuty been nit I Med "with reasonable to you. And that soul ot thine shall promptness the world would now be go way Into the durkness of eternal engaged In the fruitful work of recon-b- t midnight, nbnndoned to Its ruction." way and haunted by the memory of "We Join." said the resolutions, "the that grace mid love that It luts demand of the pulpits of the country and of Its agricultural Interests, of "Watchuian, wlmt of the night?" labor nnd of the great business. Indussaid, 'The morning trial and eoiumerclnl organizations of Tho wutchuian Veu, the America that the senate quit playing cometh, also the night." morning for the saved of the Lord, politics with this sacred question nnd but for the ChrMless, the night give to tho world tho word that Amer-lenight that tins no dawning, night to I ready to nt least make a trial which no day nicceeils, but forever for universal peace." o and forever night I This Is God's to you: "And It was night," a Dandlt's Bullet Fatal to Policeman, death-knel- l whose solemn pealing Is Denver, Jan. 0. but the prelude to tho chorus of de- lloggto died In tho I'ollceinun James county hospital spair In that "outer durkness." Oh, accept tho Snvlor now, and come hero from wounds received while poout of the night before that eternal licemen were battling with Adrian olllcers durkness overtakes you. Ilecelvo him Thompson, n youth whom tho suspect ns bandit and he will receive you Into everlast- sought. to arrest killedu by lloggto, but ing bonds of life etcrnul, of light and Thompson was Inflicted wounds ou l)u) pollcemun which proved fmul. Wf"Mt 1 $12.',-IXM- M. C. 'I rlplett hns Kllr.abethtowu. bought the Interest of It. A. Vfcrs in Carlisle - l.eoiiiint Irvln, n fnrtner. 800 acres of rosewood Umber In Northern California, mid foresters declare fell on Ice ut hU bifrti nuir some of the trees weie stiindliig when k county, mid broke his leg. Columbus dlgcovcivd America Mmsvlllo. Children of the public The court required nu Winchester. schools will he required to w eigh curb in ordering morning upon nrrlviil nt school, mid Indemnity bond of thu warring factions of the Olnireli of heallli rjirrls will be kept. the Living (Jod to occupy tlietiuiicli rival Frankfort. 1 he report of the Inur-mic-e altcrii.ite weeks, the every preachers Friday. Department shows receipts of to turn oer the keys SJ,H1I.'Jp7 for the past six mouths, with ftmitl.il expenditures if about Paris. Suits aggregating $10,000 VJ,t(XHI were Hied agitlnst 11. II. Pence, farmer, who, following his disappearance, Mrs. Charles Ilrown, wrote hack that his hod- - would be HI, bride of two months, died In mi found near loiilsvllle, which city ho Kvnnsvlllf hospital from bums subsequently left. when her clothing caught fire from u grate. Flcmliigshurg. As the result of a Winchester The Supreme Court sale of tobacco, J. A. Denton sues Sam Perkins for $700, prollts over uu updecided that Winchester had no au115 cents, mid Mark s thority to pass mi ordinance living thu set price of sues the Hurley Wurehouso for maximum price for water furnished 000 as prollts above a certain tlgura for private tte. , In buying It. Cntlettsburg. (Hlbert l.ee was held to the grand Jury under ?0,noo bond, HOW HAILSTONES ARE FORMED being accused teveinlly of stealing whisky, taking nn uiitomnblle and rob According to Theory, Electrical Action bins Hlte's store. Is Responsible for Storms That Frequently Do Damage. Judge Horsey charged lloatlin- - Ice, nnd ii.:iny limits have been ctunpcllfil to seek harbor. Mooi-elleli- l, 1 -- lioiiM-roft- . Hen-drlfk- ngnlnst olllcers us well ns gair.blers, If It appeared that the former had knowl edge of gambling. Newport. An explosion of gas that bad accumulated In n closed room at the home of Charles Delt blew out me side of the house and seriously In jured A. C. Stonlcy. Newport. iflUS Henderson. the grand Jury to return indictment The formation Is an Interesting of hnll through elec- trical nctlon, nccordlng to one theory, and even wonderful process. The wind draws out a cloud In thnt Into a long, narrow strip. form, owing to the great nmount of surface exposed to the air, the cloud evaporates rapidly, producing Intense cold. Dry particles of snow are then formed, nnd these, by friction with the water drops, quickly become charged with But the water negatlvo electricity. drops carry positive electricity, and since negative attracts positive a film of water Is formed upon each and Is Instnntly frozen Into a layer of thin Ice. At this thickness Its outer surface remains moist, ihe water not freezing bo rapidly there, whereupon the changes from negative to positive nnd the partlcle.ls repelled by the wnter drops nnd driven to the outer pnrt of the cloud. Here the Increased cold covers It with snow, and friction charges It anew with negatlvo electricity. Repulsion Is now once more changed for attraction, and the particle nishe back Into the cloud, receiving upon lt surface another film of water, which la turned Into a second Ice layer. Thus the growing hailstone darts-tizathrough the cloud, piling up Its alternate layers of snow nnd Ice, until gravitation gains control and sends It with a Jtngllngcrowd of lt fellow , pinning to the ground snow-particl- 1 CiackMiien who secured at the Kentucky laundry blew the safe door entirely oif, but those who heurd the report belieed It to be a bursting unto tire. - - Versailles The will of Mrs. Davldella George leaves her estate to the and the Chicago Hebrew .Mission .Moody Hllile after minor bePlan Drive on British. The hoNhevlkl have as their ulterior quests to kliibpeople. purpo-- e an offensive ngnlnst tho Hrlt-Is- h .Murray. M. S. Doyle has gone to u nnd plan Important movements In direction of Indln In conjunction specialist In Nashville, having been the with the Afhnns nnd other peoples shot In the eyes when the gun uf A Wlicox was discharged accidentally who might lie Influenced by while they were hunting. aspirations. It Is nsserted. c love-toke- n ganda ngents are snld to be undergoing Intensive training, nnd may hnve been sent Into Persia nnd the Caucasus, being provided with large supplies of counterfeit Knglish money. It Is reported LfiOO soviet ngents have gone Into Persia from Georgia and Arer- hdljan ami authorities hnve taken steps to put a stop to this movement. News has reached London from Hrlt' Ish sources In Irkutsk that n.000 nntl- KVrtehnk Insurgents are holding Irkutsk, eastern Slberln. They nre armed with machine guns nnd hnve alrplnnes nnd nre constantly lelng GRANGE For this purpose swarms of propa- Covington. The Federated Welfare Association has served notice that it will enjoin any attempted Increase In the city's Homing debt until $081,000 outstanding Is liquidated. g Cecelia. J. Ii Nelson, Memphis, Pullman conductor, stumbled over a pile of mall sacks and fell under u train, bis foot being o beverely crushed that amputation was necessary. -- UooiicvHle. John Malnous, wIiom; llfteen children helped him celebrate his 70th blrthdav, has never been sick since a child, has never had tooth trim crops. hie, and bus made sixty-tlve MAUDE Weil-Know- n POWELL IS DEAD t Violinist Succumbs In New York While on Concert Tour Overwork Caused Collapne. derson citizens are speculating on Farmers' Body Will Present Result of what Is to become of the city Jail under prohibition, thero having been no Referendum to Cummlngs of senprisoners to lock up for two weeks ate Committee. Washington. Jan. 17. Results of the recent referendum In the National Orange on the nntlstrlke provisions of the Cummlngs railroad bill will be presented to Chairman Cummins of the sennte Interstate commerce committee todny by the grange's executive It wns nnnounced that so committee. far as heard from the results of the referendum were unanimously In favor of retaining the nntlstrlke clause. The committee' also will present ihe views of the farmers organisation on pack Ing legislation to Chairman Gronnn of the sennte agriculture committee. These views are expressed in a tenta tlve bill prepared for presentation to the senate. It provides for strong gojernment control of the packers to be administered by a national food com mission. Lexington. Six girls, oldest 17, wi)o escaped from their dormitory at the School of Iteform, were taken by olllcers as they were enroute to Georgetown on foot, after temporary concealment here. FOR ANTISTRIKE ACT HendenOn. With breweries, Hen- Pittsburgh. Pa, Jan. 0. Maude violinist of New Powell, York, died here while on p concert tour. Overwork Is thought to have caused her collapse which enme rodwell-know- n der:'. The Crow Family. The crow family Is placed by ornithologists at the head of the bird world as being more highly organized than any other. Llnnneus gave the post of honor to the eagles, because of Winchester. Immediate destruction their kingly quality of rapacity, but of dogs on which licenses have not two great authorities. Professor Parkbeen paid Is the warning of Sheriff H. er and Professor Newton, agreed In C. Hodktn to tax owners. e. assigning the highest place to the ' Whltesburg. Charles ltlulu received Injuries which are e.vpected to provo fatal from shite fall In mines l the Whlteshurg Coal Conipanj. MayMille. James Horner, of Serpent's Hill, sold seventeen pelts of foxes he had trapped ou the local market, receiving $15 each for grey hides. WILSON llussellvllle. James C. Kdwards, descendant of Nlnluii Edwards, first Urges Compromise Commoner on gnxernor of Illinois, died ut his home Treaty, While President Advocates here after an Illness of several months Form of Referendum Morgaiilown.-'-T- he body of Held Mnytleld, -,- ", son of Judge Mayhugh, burned to death In u garage tire ut Indianapolis, was brought home for AND BRYAN BREAK n self-chose- n Washington, Jan. 0. William J. Ury-n- n spilt openly with President Wilson ut the Jackson dinner here on the question of whether the Democratic party should make the League of nn Issue nt the next election. The former secretary of state said the Democrats could not go beforo the country on tlw Issue and that they must accept such compromises us may be possible. President Wilson, In his messngo to the diners, hud said that "the clear and slnglo way out" was to rive the election the form of a referendum on thu treuty. Nn-tlo- burial. Corbln. A mild case of smallpox In the family of the Janitor of the city school caused a recess of four days, during which vaccination has be u general, Danville. The flscul court has decided to connect Hiirrodsburg with the federal roud to pass through Danville In 11)21, when tluuuciul dllllcultlcs will have been removed... When Croup Threatens Quick iclief of baby's croup often foreitalli a icriouj situation when this dreaded diieato comss in the latt I tours of night. mes-sag- Oningsvllle. Allen & Mauley have filed suit against thp C. & O. railroad Manager of French Champion Accepts for $.'i,l-Halleging that 30,371 pounds Bid of Coffroth Would Limit of turkeys shipped from Preston spoilBout to 15 Rounds. ed before reuchlng Hostou by reason of delay In transit. 8. Descnmps, manager Paris, Jan. for Georges Carpentler. wired Jaiues Hodgenvlllo. Overseas service I Coffroth, mutineer of the Tla Juuna believed to have uiibnluiiceil the rearace track, last evening, accepting the son of llubart Kennedy, 11', who tied latter's terras for a championship bout his rlllu to u post, pushed thu trigger between Curpentlcr and Dempscy In with a forked Mick mid sent a bullet The only exception taken through his heart. America. was relative to the length of tho buttle, Carpentler being unwilling to fight Whltcsburg. News from Fleming over 10 rounds and favoring 10 round, tells of another shooting In which uu , CARPENTIER TO FIGHT IN U. S. wratvi sum nuaomu Moduli ituHiM i Uf of Brtnu'i Vigcoo-t9lic coaininiL Wbra Cnv ihicmu. UJ 4Hlktful ul,t rutt well luo Ubr'i thiott. cU u4 Uklci U iiii, U1 rtlitt Um cboilut tictk (imhom imful iltrp. TUei u pile or Muiciumr ctvi. UKCrxtcftmtlrDrgor SALVE ittt cufcl. vaBBSBsaam. licUu U conbitltf croup, couu. pou-montic, U cbiUxca ) all dmr Kgict of mm 0c60cioJI1.hu J SOT kL-B- itcjiMtjr Bram it- Drug N. 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Lewis o'clock dinner given at her homo VnnWinklo filled his regular ap- luar Ilialtsvillc, Tuesday evening. $5.00 Lexington Horald, Dally only, regular price pointment, at ths place Saturday and Miss Jennie Barr spent Iho holidays 1.50 The Citizen, published onco a weekj regular prico Sunday. Jame3 and Walter Click villi her sister. Mrs. Tom O'Hcrn, and John Baker attended circuit at rarksl)ur!r. Mrs'. Green Ward $0.50 Total, if subscribed for separately court nt McKeo last week, serving and sons, Etliclbcrl and Barrel, "5.75 Dally Lexington Horald and The Citizen, combined N B. WMliams has s ent Christ mas with lier daughter, as Jurymen been seriously ill for the past week Miss May Ward, who Is attending .75 You savo with lagrippo, or "flu", but by tho school at Harlan. Logan West ha careful attention of Dc. J. B. ScttloJ returned to Berea, where ho is at $1.50 Tho Sunday Blue Grass Farmer, regular prico Is now improving-EIm- er Oran and ,f, tiding school. Henry Creech has 1.50 Tho Gilicn, published once a week, regular prioo Hay Click are planning lo start lo )Ppn nuite ill. Mrs. nice Woods put thoir tobacco on the market. has had a very severe easo of $3.00 Total, if subscribed for separately Norman Thomas Is attending school Mrs. Sterling Davis, of Sunday Blue Grass Farmer and The Citizen, combined .. 3.50 Jojhn- - Lowell, at Berea this winter Radio isvery ill with grip and 6on returned homo Thursday from I,roi!rkUc-Hc- v. C. 0. VanWlnkte .' 50 You save n week's visit with friends at wrs a puest at W. W. West's early Berea. in the week. Willie Rogers and Send your subscriptions. to'The Citizen, Berea, Kentucky. family have moved to Richmond. Gray Hawk ho Mrs. George Conn is quilo Gray Hawk, Jan. I. J. II. Begley creek wa very high here Thursday made a business trip to Bond tho night. Several families had to movo CLAY COUNTY second and reports a finer lime. onL unil'the water fell. Mrs Lilllo PROTECTION Vine Jacksonvcounty voted tho bond Is- Coldiron West is very ill with Vine. Jan. 10. There aro several sue. Wo hopo that Jackson will phthisic Tho little girl of Huo soon have a pike running straight Conn, who has been very sick, Is eases of measles in this community. through from tho lop of Big Hill to much belter now. Jrovcr Cox, who Mrs. Martha Rico, who has been SHOWING RESULTS tho Clay county line. Don't you? scld bis interest in tho store nt very sick with erysipelas, is ImMack Hayes, of Cincinnati, is pay Mauso to Burdellc Ramsey, has proving. Larkin Pennington, who ing home folks a few days' visit bought out Kstridgo of this city, hns been employed in Ohio for somo WHOLE COUNTRY IN SYMPATHY thru holidays. Harry Hamilton ha3l w,o recently purchased tho slock time, is with homo folks, Henry AW THAT PREVENTS WITH Owens, of Egypt (Ky.), was nl this measics. Airs. Jane Hamilton nas of goods owned by L. Kirk. SPRING SHOOTING pnoumonia fever. There is lots of place on business, Friday. Gcorgo lagrippo in and around Gray Hawk Allen made a business trip lo Berea White Lick at present. Hdnry Carmack, our last week. J. L. Pennington is visit- LEARNING VALUE CF BIRDS popular drummer, was calling on White Lick, Jan. 12. Mr. and Mm. ing relatives in Garrard county. Gray Hawk this week. George Matlock, of Rockcastle merchants in . Our school opened Monday with cunty. visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Man Cculd Not Exlet Long After They H. D. Creech good attendance. No C. E. meeting Matlock last week. MADISON CODNTY All Abundant Deitroyed Were Friday night on account of bad "has been confined indoors for a few Fecthered Life In the National Cap. Blue Lick weather. Tho Rev. Jim Anderson , ''"V3 with a severe cold. John Mct- Hal. feiled to como to Flat Lick tho first rn,f moved last week lo the farm ho Blue I.ick. Jan. 19. Tho lmf tnnit based from A. B. Wynn. Felix r (0i,acco from this section will bo Saturday and Sunday to fill his ap- -i Pre By EDWARD B. CLARK. pointmcnt. Circuit court today nt' Pennington moved, last week, to ttio irnnsportocl this week. 'Good prices WnsliluKtun. Vnlilnctnti nlllrlnls Willio Rhodiw havp bcPn pai(I as (ho McKce. i Wis Roger's place. nre connected with the hlnloKlcnl survey agriculture, of is moving into mo House vacated nearipg lho closo and farmcr3 ar0 of the department of y Felix Pennington Mr. and Mrs.' stimulated to venture on a larger which K. V. Nelson Is the chief, are OWSLEY COUNTY faithfully at work these dnysln enrry-In- c w- - C. Wynn moved into Jjio house) Travelers Rest i aPrPago or this product than ever out the provisions of the treaty Rest Jan. 12. An alPw''h Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wynn. before. Mnny enterprising farmers with Canada which Rives the United Travelers .Mays nas moven into moinrp PVPn now planning, by renting day tide at this place Thursday and narrison States power to protect migratory (heir ground, getting beds, and all hlnlv Dr. H. K. I'Mior ami Di. I'. S. all night Thursday night with house vacated by W. C. Wynn. creeks past fording and no mail for Rev. and Mrs. Cash VanWinkle and j preliminary preparations In order. Palmer with other ollclals nre dnlns Miss Ethel Minter's ehildrcn visited W. W. West's last Rev. Howard Hudson preached a coii'inandlnc work. the day. The effect of the proecutlon of of- school closed last Tuesday. She week. Elizabeth. Florence, Joncie very interesting and edifying ser- ,nw '"n""8 taught at Berry, and leaves today to and Lawronce Creech and Pete mon at lho Blue Lick church Sun- - u'"'wr n",u,1M enter school at Berea. Frank Mar-cu- Hounshell visited C. C. Hounshell's day, January 11. His remarks wore snooting ii nircaiiy erioeni. mnius lias school closed Friday. Ha Sunday evening. Miss Susio Robin- given as a timely and opportune support forfrom cenulne sMirtsmen law come that provision if the aught at Big Springs. Mr. and Mrs. I son and Fred Shockley were mar- - warning as stand on tho threswhich prevents spring shootlu;: and T. Clark and hold of a new year and should fur- which J. B. Scott snont tho. riav at Ika K'cd December slves the migratory birds ecur-Itfamily visited Menifee McQuerry's. nish deep and serious reflections to Isaac's at Buck Creek, Sunday. during the season of matins and Rev. G. S. Watson, Misses Elizabeth Sunday. those who nre not wise. Mr. Chris- nesting. Tho whole country now Is In Hemphill and Ella Botner, Mrs.' : topher and Miss S'oulhworth, our sympathy apparently with the lows Vinia Herd and Mr. and Mrs. Frank' faithful teachers, were also present, which protect the song nud InsectivorROCKCASTLE COUNTY Marcum wero dinner guests of Mr.' -contributing their quota of insplra- - ous birds of the land. A French scientist itns atntod thnt " and Mrs. F. F. McColIum's last Sun-- 1 tion. We are glad lo know that tho ,, . six months nfter the disappearance ot Jan. iy.- -u u. mnomas. ,,ri(Ige at silvcr Crcek ,3 i day.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marcum' bird life from this planet of ours man ?. eradinfr his tobacco and lher(hy ron0wing lrafllc ,0 Berea visited Mr. Mareum's father and would have to prepare to follow In the getting it ready for market-M- rs. mother of Vincent Saturday night which ,,as lip(,n Sllsncnde(, for 8omo troll of dlMippeurunco. Tho Krench. Hie Allen continues very poorly. and Sunday. Enoch Creech re MmpA fox chas(J was on man's findings have been borne out bj turned from Richmond Saturday, Mrs. Dcma Anglin, of Clear Creek, acted in this section Saturday, Jan- - nflur srli.ntlsfs ilerlnrliif tlint .In!ect ,n Ho wont to Bnonnville Rtindnv to! IS wlul nomo I01K3 IMS WCeK, Mr.' nni.n i,nrt il, nM' life would Increase so rnnldlv If Its nut-- ' sumpUo'n lo como ,n daylignl and ural enemies, the birds, were nil killed, visit his son. A. J. Creech, County I"'"1 Mrs' S- - S- - Grlffln.-Har- yoy the green things on the earth would he bupcnintenacnt. i.oston Scolt is AI- dead In short order and 'thnt therefore! . attending school at Levi since and Mrs C. L. Thomas-Owe- n n dozp'n ,0lnd'g c,iase(, ,,im a no cattle could live, nnd mnn being deTravelers Rest school closed. Har- Ion is takingV options on land on)(1 from ,,, to ,,, unli, ho look prived of both vegetables and animal rison Gabbard and son, Andy, are Crooked Creek for coal, at $12 0 ,n a fo,,dcr 8,locki whcro ho food, would go the way of annihilation hauling logs for Albert Branden- acre.-- W His Singleton and C. L. was soon di8patched. by starvation. burg of Turin. Miss Grace and Thomas left Sunday for Hamilton, So It Is that the government authoriOhio, seeking for work. Tho, Bethel Cecil wero dinner guests of ties believe thnt the tight for birds Is a measles aro getting olose several . Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mintcr, Sunday. fight for the life of mnn nnd on this mngsion , cases on Big Hill. M. A. Vanzanli basis It has been difficult for soma Kingston, Jan. 12. High waters people to understand why in certain expects to buy out lho stock of'goods Earnestville Earnestville, Jan. 13. Last Thurs- at Mullins Station and make his tost week did much damage to corn sections of the country there hns been proday there was another largo tide homo there. Wo will bo sorry to and fodder that was out; somo not Indifference to the plans for the havo him leave us. Andy Vanzantlhru gathering yet. Richard Golden tection of our feathered friends. in Sturgeon tho largest one that Washington SVvarm With Birds. g, has been for a long time. James has his new gasoline mill, and Is has sold his farm to George All of which In a wuy Is npropos ot placing lho meal in ono ton. Miss Stepp. of near Winches-sac- k Mos3 of Dayton, Ohio, who has been extraordinary abundance of songbolted and bran in another, lor, is employed to finish tho prl-nn- d tho life In thu capital of the United sponding lho holidays with his bird the rat nests in lho air. D. G. mary grade of tho Kingston school, States In this late summer season of molhnr4fci-laMrs. Ilarrlof.f. Rim. Clark- - of Orlando, took dinner with as ono of Iho teachers moved away 1010. No shooting Is allowed In the mons, returned homo Sunday. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gabbard, c- - - Thomas, Monday. S'alurday tho first of tho year. Miss Stepp District of Columbia nt any tlmo of the The result January 8, a seven-poun- d by, and Sunday aro regular church days is boarding with Mrs. Hill. Ayleen year. over the feetIsofthnt birds literally week-en- d people who sit In with walk named Dorwin. Miss Berllo Bran- at Cavo Ridgo, and also nt Charles Mainous spent tho homo folks. Friends hero of James any one of the parks with which this Scott church houso. denburg was lho guest of her cousGreen, of Red Lick, wero sorry lo city nbounds. in, Ida Bowman, Saturday and Sun Of course domestic pigeons are not learn of his dealh, which occurred day. C. T. Gabbard went to Boono.. Boone wild birds, but they nre not ordinarily last week after a few days' illness as tame us chickens. In ports ot vlllo Saturday on business. Miss Boone,. Jan. 12 The Rev. Gooch Mao Gabbard gave a birthday parly filled his regular appointment at the with pnoumonia. Wushliigton the domestic pigeons will Wednesday night, which was light on the heads of person sitting Baptist Church, Saturday night and In the pnrks In tho expectation of be by all Magistrate B. N. Min- Sunday, with largo attendanc- oCoyle ing fed. They nre seldom disappointtcr was called to town Saturday on Rubo Gadd and family, of Covington, Covle. Jan. 12. Mr. nnd Mrs Hnns- - ed. business. On account of so much aro visiting his father, Wm. Gadd, Sat- Whnt Is true of the domestic pigeon freezing and rain there was a slip narrison uenns nas movoa to ino ion s'cwoll, of Brassflold, spent urday ngi,t wju, MrS( Sowcll' Is nlinost truo of tho blackbird, known on Turkoy Fool railroad whloh houso vaoaled by Waller Wren grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. generally as the purple gruckle. These caused lho section men to work all Snider, Kentucky, has been opened Todd nnlmrt T.nkA wnm in rinMn- - glossy fellows will ent from tho hand. , night Thursday. r l""'"1' crumbs ns thrco trick office. Operator W. nati la9t week with a carload ofi Itol,lns l' nt euro S Beldon has been assigned to third, catUo and hogs-Se- veral "llIiulT but from this I nml, bh do GARRARD COUNTY at l.ivmgsionmio uussou uoi- - paco tended church at Viney park pay no nttentlon to pnssersby and they den, of Richmond. Is visiting his Fork yeslerday.-- Mr. Paint Lick and Mrs. John will pull worms from the sod uncon.Paint Lick, Jan. 14. Miss Suslo grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Beldon. oiosaln visited their daughter, Mrs. cerned while within lesi than a hand'a Elgio Lake, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. reach of humankind. Juko Perkins, of Kingston, vhltod The Kngllbh sparrows are a nuisance Iho honio of Henry Simpson, Run-da- y, In Washington an they nro elsuwhere, Jcsso Simpson mado a busi- but In tho parks they seem to havo a A ness trip to Collcgo Ilill, Monday. special protection nnd confidence. great deal hns been written about n Mrs. George Bishop visited Mrs.' man lu Putin who dally for yourn fed KIglo Lake, Sunday. tho sparrows whllo they were perching on his shoulders, his head and his arms. The same thing can be seen In Returns to its before-the-wW - A - N - T - E - D almost any park In Washington any Jackson County News Hoblnson and Mr. Fred Sliockloy surprised their friends Tuesday by .... ton-silil- ls. Ill-T- Arriving nt one of the most critical stages of the war, when tlia Trutoni were forcing tbo Italian nrmy buck to tin IMnve, the American Hod Cross ruheil emergency relief from Paris nnd revived tho drooping spirits of the In mlilltlon to furnishing rations nml comforts and medical whole country. nttcntlnii to the UKlitlng men, the American Red Cross Instituted 42 no up kitchens, .TO children's hospitals, 10 children's dispensaries, artificial limb factories, the homes for refugee chhdrcn, 10 rest stations for refugees, This photograph shows a group of Italian refuse children being fed by tho American Red Cross at one of the numerous rellf stations. l nine seen the homes of twelve pairs of house wrens under the shadow Woodof one suburban residence. liter JAPANESE DOCTOR IS Y. W. C. A. OFFICIAL , . w y ..v,,.. "Mr&. . per, peckers, orioles, chlckndees, robins, Dr Tonm luouye of Tokyo, Japan, bluebirds, tnnrtltn, chipping sparrows, bam swnllows, sparrow hawk, ml treasurer of the Nntlonnl Committee of Young Women's Christian shouldered hawks, and a dozen other the Dr tuouyo lias been In Jnpun species of birds were nesting, community-like, on the same domain. Mnny owls nest In the city of Washington, and It wns only a short time ngo thnt one "sang" In n tree nt my window for three hours of n summer night. The plan of tlw government oillrmls seems to be. so fnr n the game turds lire concerned, to let the people ent their game and still have It In oilier words, the dodro Is thnt there shall bo shooting allowed nt proper times and with proper limits set for the size of ,re- - b the bug. This game hints will not be annihilated, nnd thnt the loss to the flocks from shoe tng will be certain to be made up by natural Increase of the succeeding sen son. , The District of Columbia Is a sort of n midway pluce for the birds. There arc many migrants coming from the Routll who stop here lo ucM. while 'he rest of the flocks go to the farther north. In the fall a good mnny of the l southward flying bird find this n place to spend the winter Some species, the majority of whose numbers go to the fnr south, pass the winOr. Tnmo Inouye of Tokyo, Japan, a ter In tho sheltered places along the delegate to the International Creek Conference river, aud lu ltock Physlelani of Women park. called by the Y. W C. A. Klndneu to Animals and People. particularly interested In the public cruelty Is health and recreational plans of her Bo muoli of childish thoughtless that the help to be city for some time and Is medical frrun Itnnds of Mercy Is ap- Inspector for girls In the public schools parent. To mnke n boy understand the of Tol;A), as nlso In severnl prltnta misery thnt his nlrgtin and his flh school In the city. There nre approximately WK women physicians In hook may cause, to show the cowardly croclty In throwing stones and In, hurt- Japan now, she uy. nnd 100 women ing Innocent and defenseless creatures medleul student. Dr. I noli) e wns tho this Is whnt ftie Hand of Mercy may only delegnte from Japan to the Y. W. C A. International Conference of Woaccomplish. There Is abundant testimony from men Physicians, In session during Sep tenchcr who hnve Introduced humnnc teuibvr and October teaching Into their schools, to the effect thnt the children nre not only kinder WHITE & CO. to the lower nnlmnls, but nlso mor ( tOUISVIIXt.KY. thoughtful and considerate toward j EuahlUbullolSJ ' each other. We want our boys nnd girls to be i mm lull value paid strong nnd brnve. but In no way rnn FURS thrlrstrength nnd braver- - be made i rooro certitln than In protecting the Asso-rlutlon 'tunc Ml n,t lielnlns. Hamil-grindin- 3 Suro. w. T- "Juxedo Hog Ration you feed Tuxedo Hog cannot know how cheaply pork can be developed. Tuxedo is proa quick fattener a never-failin- g live, sturdy, good looking ducer of hogs. The formula is compounded along lines suggested by a prominent State Experiment Station Official. Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it i3 so very Digester Tankage, Corn Meal, nutritious: Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Middlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, Alfalfa Meal. This balanced mixture is sweetened with Cane Molasses. UNTIL ed - ' ".l !t No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar A AT X OlO. AJNAJL VCTC PROTEIN CARBOHYDRATES 14.5: FIBRE 55: 7 FAT 3.5 Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, Egg Mash Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, See Your Nearest Dealer FOR SALE BY S. E. WELCH, Bore., Kentucky MULLENS & PRICE, Uvingiton, Kentucky J. W. RIDER, Mt. Vsrnon Kentucky - , high standard of quality Once Tried - - Always Used Louisville Beech. Sycamore Maple, Oak and Walnut Logs. If you have any n hell write to C. C MENQEL BRO. CO. day. t Knntuclcy . Species Seen In the District. What Is true of the city Is to a considerable extent true of the suburbs In the District of Columbia. This sum- -