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Pig Club Are Thrift Schools We have been urging our readers to practice thrift. This week we invite you to look at the demonstration of thrift on page 6 of this paper. You see the picture of thif two club girls and their pigs. Read their record; read what their father says. Do you want your girls to spend their time looking thru the catalogues for "fancy things" to buy, or do you want them to be producing something worth while? We recommend the boys' and girls' clubs. It will not take away from the higher appreciation oflhe really pretty things. On the other hand, those who want pretty things and have not the means to obtain them will acquire something- - gaudy and cheap, a poor substitute for the really pretty thing. The former develops character; the latter mars it. Let every boy and girl earn some money. Teach them to save and to spend wisely. The citizen inn to tiie Interests HKItKA, MAMSdN COUNTY, oif tine dCoTanteiiri. DOCUMENTS Fecrple per Year. Our Threefold Aim: To give tho news of Berea and vicinity; to record the happenings of Berea College; to bo of interest to all tho Mountain People. KKNTt CKY, JANUARY 20. 1020 One Dollar and Fifty Cents Number 31 PRECIOUS ORIGINAL SHGWfl World News I Tlie first meeting of tho Lcaguo of Nations Is being held in Paris ond h engaged in tho work of organization. All of tho nations entitled to roitio by virtue of ratification of tho Two Yanks and Five Russians treaty aro represented by delegates. Permanent quarters aro to bo loArc Killed. ' cated in Oenova unless the provloua p!an is changed. Tho meetings aro UNPROVOKED expected to rotate for a llmo and ATTACK HELD wili probably bo held next in London. FIGHT IN blBERIA Slav General, 48 Men Six Other Officers and Captured by the American Troopi Opposing Forces Manned Armored Trains. i bHHHHHHIisH. sLHHHIilllllV - SkVkkl Being Loyal to One Another At the Y. M, C. A. meeting the other night the leader spoke on "Loyalty". He developed the idea of being loyal to one another, having in mind particularly the student body of Berea College. In an institution like this where every student is' expected to do some work, faithfulness in the performance of every duty is essential to the comfort and happiness of all. If the dishwashers slight their work; if the janido not keep the buildings clean; if those who feed tors and milk the cows are careless; if those who work on the farm and in the garden idle away their time; if those who work in offices cannot be depended upon; in short, if the students are unfaithful to their tasks, they make all the other students to suffer inconveniences and unpleasant experiences. But, this is not a condition peculiar to Berea College; for folks everywhere are very much dependent upon each- - other. If the man who makes our shoes, does poor work; if the man who sells pur groceries handles them in on unsanitary manner; if the man who "builds our houses uses inferior materials; if anyone who does anything for us docs not do his best, we suffer the Yes; and if we do not do our work well, consequence. the poor fellow who buys our product will suffer too. The best place to begin to imprqve this situation home. Let everyone do" his work carefully andwell. kkHikt I l 1 Mi WBkMfcaai& -- .kkMWxT.. HyfiEl . M'uiiio Lnnsllifc delivered an address mi Americanism to I lie ucmi chiefs of the state department, oienlng the kirlglnnl documents on The (.'(institution of the 1'nlted States and the Declaration of Indeiieiulence to cmpliuMzo IiIh statements. The photograph shows n imp? of the Constitution. I Kentucky News U. S. News which would rcquiro all residents Washington, Jan. 2flv Tho Sen MiU'ray. .lamei Hoyd, 1)7, oldest citizen of Mandinlt county, died nt bin ate by volo of 30 to 1 V loday.passed home north of this place. the ' Kenyon Americanization bill I'nducnh. Miss Vera Klsle (Jrclf, IS, tC tint United States of 10 to 21 years died at the hospital following nn mentally or physically dis old, ist 1m MEXICAN INVASION LATINS SAID TO WELCOME IN BITTER LEADERS DUSTRIAL FEELING MAY BE ASSUAGED, CHURCHES QAIN 3,000,000 SOULS t Wany Report Circulated Are Merely Fiction Some Assert That 'Hex-leaNation li Leu BlaclrThan It Has Been Painted" In PaL "Writrrn New Union Nw Hrvlc. In Kehruiir.v MexA company of Is to he Invnded. York.--Karly NwMpr I v ico American lnHnesj. men will cidks the Imrder wlih the llitenthin of reaching Mexico City nnd of remnlnlig there for the greater part of the week. It It to he mi Invasion probably welcomed It may liy citizen of Mexico nnd fr How hem-titto luilh Mexico and the United Stnti-K- , which In tluie nmy nerve to iioMUiKV the somewhat hitter which Vcem 'nt i1vent to he Inherent In some of the Mexican So iiiiiuy i ports have heeii clrcnilnttil recently of friction In Mex- I id aliu w ninny references nave neen made to the alleged Jealousy of President Carnirzn toward the United States, that It Ih gratifying to Kuril from thoe who will take part In this InvuHlou that Mexico Is not uk hlack lis he W pained und that under hklllfiil 4ind WIm direction, conllal business relations may he established hetwccii .Maxlco and the United States. It may ho pertinent to slate that In Mexico City u Chamher of Commerce hnti heen 9tabllshed, whoso members arc American buslines men who reside in that y city. This body hits developed so In membership anil Influence that Although U had only 03 members u year or two ago, the membership la 2,038,570. now over 2T. s s rap-Idl- America's churches havo gained t'.early 3,000,000 members slnco tha hint church census was .taken in 1010, hut there has been a marked decrease in tho number of Sunday- pupils, schools and Sunday-scho- ol nrcording to "the yearbook oi me churches," which has been issued by tho Federal Council of the Churches in Christ in America. Total chucch membership has increased 2.77D.6G7. tho announcement ffOs, with an increaso of 3,510 mfn- iMers and. r,350 chjirch. organizations. Tho total number of churches is now 233,831. Thcro aro 195,513 ministers, priests nnd rabbis, wiln i 1,700,521 members of their various " oru'anlzation. Total Protestant church membership is given at 25,980,150 and Ui Unman Catholic figures as 17,51921. it is explained Uial Protestant figures include- only adult communicant members of a family, wlillo li.invm rntlinlln alntlntlnn ronreonnL llio entire family. ' Estimating four persons to a family, tho Protestant constituency would bo more than &l',000,000 tho book says. An estimate of members of Jowlsh synagogues is 200,000 and tho two Mormon bodies report a membership of .191,388. Tho largest Protestant body was tho Molhodist Episcopal Church vith 4,175,502 membos, and tho smallest, tho PrimiCfvo Friends with fifty members and two Tho National Baptist ministers'. Convention (colored) is tho second largest Protestant organization with Courier-Journa- qualified, and all alien residents 10 and 45 years old, who canMnysvllle. An advance In the eot of Hour has caused n rnlse of otic cent not.. fpcak, read or write English, to u loaf In the price of bread. attend school not less than 200 partisans. A detachment of Colonel Morrow's hours a year. regiment, which wns preparing to move . Ilnr.nrtl. A postolllce will he estabf out from the Bnlkal district, was lished In Ilotlldny, near Cnncy, with Vnshinglon, Jan. 20. By a vote forced to Intervene In factional dispostmaster. Harrison Holllday ns fo ol ft to 5, tho Senate military turbances, nccordlng to a report from today approved provisions the Czecho staff. Carlisle. Mrs. Sallle K. Conglelon, The only Americans now remaining used about ft'i, died of parnlysls ut providing for compulsory military her home In Arnold Heights, this city. training for boys between 18 and 21 In the dnnger zone, where disorders years, old, inclusive, and ordered a nre prevalent, ,nre, those belonging to Itlchmoiid. The council authorized favorable report on tho army rcor. Colonel Morrow's regiment Their here depends upon railroad conthe Cumberland Telephone Compativ gnnizalion bill. ditions which dally nre growing worse. to continue war rates until August 1 be-we- 6n com-mlltCzecho-Stovaks. for appendicitis. 1ot Washington, Jntv. 23. As n result of a detachment of n clash between American soldiers nnd Semetiolt forces on January 10 uenr I'osolsakyn, one general, lx otllcers and 48 men of the Russian forces were captured and still lire held, the war department wns ad vised by Major Oenerul Graves, commander of the Slberlun expedition. General Grnvcs described the nttnek as entirely unprovoked. The American casualties were one man killed, one man dead of wounds and one severely wounded, while live Russians were killed und fine severely wounded. .The opposing forces were mnnnlng armored trains. General Graves said the Russians attacked 33 Americans, who fought off the Russians and then In turn nttneked. The Russian car nnd Its crew were captured. General Graves expressed the opinion that the matter could be "ndjusted penccfutly with Semenoff, who could not have heen responsible." Vladivostok Tells of Clash. Vladivostok, Jnn. 23. Knctlonal lighting has broken out throughout Siberia. American forces nre withdrawing from nlong the Suchnn mine rnllwny and nre reported to have been engaged In skirmishes with- - Siberian The demand of tho Allies mado on Holland to give tip tho has been refused. Tho Dutch plead tho lack of any law requiring such and the danger that would coma from refusing asylum to political refugees. It 13 suggested that efforts are being mado to got tho former etnperor lo givo himself up voluntarily. Tho action of Holland is not a .surprise, especially to tho United Slnlcs, whoso representatives In tho Conference did not avbr tho re quest. cx-kalao-tl- on It is reported that Japan has taken eteps lo return tho former German territory In China taken by her in accordance with the terms of I he treaty. Tho news comes from Tokio that tho Japancso ambassador at, Pckin lias been Instructed to present tho matter to China and express a desire for an early aotlon. She also agrees to withdraw her soldiers from tho Shantung railroad as soon' as 'China Is abio to create a police competent to protect it and says it is Iter wish that this may bo done soon. A report of a Commission sent to Poland to examinn tho matter of mistreatment and 'murder of Jews in" Poland has mado it known that tho acts aro local and individual and aro not to bo attributed to the government. It is a relief to know this, as such acts would be counted a poor and unpromising beginning for the now Polish state. Mr. our former minister to Turkey, was the" rcadihgTriember of the Commission jxnd Ids authority is lo bo regarded as good. Mor-genth- al " After Frankfort, Kyn Jan. 27. war Ashland. The Oenimn debate tho Senate today trophy nwarded to Wshliind, has ar- a red-h- ot rived and will he mounted In front of adopted by a vote of 18 to 16 tho the iKistdlllce. resolution of Senator Hayncs Carter requiring Gov. Morrow to send to Winchester. Thejirohlbltlon record tho Scnalo Uio names of tho 311 for the last six months closed with the -- useless offices'' to which ho mado nrrests entry of only twpnty-seveon tho ii for drunkenness. Morgnnlleld. The Union, Count) Farm llureau, with 500 memners, wns orcnulrcd with the election of A. IL l,ihr president. 1 Kletiihigxhurg. Thomas D. Doyle null Mrs. Uvura Kllen fioyle, who were divorced a month ago, went to Paris ' und were remarried. constant reference while stumn previous to the election. ' Tito volo was strictly a party affair with tho exception of .Senator Urigg Harris, of Ashland, who voted witli tho Democrats,, insisting that hi constituents had expected him to carry out his party platform and that ho desired all tho information obtainable on the subject while-SenatoBurton voted with tho Capluro of American army off- Clash With Ixmdon. Jnn.23. Admiral Kolchak Is believed to bo under arrest nt Vcrknie-Udlnsn smnll town 240 miles west of .Irkutsk. Cossack chiefs and garrison commanders under the direct supervision of General Horvath In eastern Siberia hnve been notified by General Semen off of the new regime the latter set up. Reports reflect n rather serious situ- nttnn ut Itnlknl. Knltukshnln nnd Mis- where ovala. In Trnns-EnlkallSen-enott Winchester. Helen Klsher, 3, daughter of S. 1. Klsher, was "burned to death when her clothing caught Ore from nh open pis stove. " A squib tired too close Mlddlesboro. sage is garbled and namos aro unUeg of powder, which Ignited, killed Henderson Myley, 18, and fatally certain. The Polish Cabinet has signed an Injured William Yvley, 21. . icers and Red Cross workers by tho Bolshoviki is reported. Tho mes- to a ! l. CONTENTS AN IMPORTANT SERIES OF ARTICLES Allow us to call your attention to tho 8orlB.or articles on "Problem.! PAGE 1 Editorials; Ky., U. S, and Facing aiStrickcn World," whlci World Nows. begun In Tho Citizen last week and PAGE 2. will continuo for somo timo. Mr. Comcrford, tho author, travolod thru PAGE 3. Serial Story,- - Washington F.nropo for tho solo purpose of Letter. learning conditions as they aro. Ho went among all classes and in many PAGE 4 Berea Locals. countries. Ho talked with pooplo PAGE 5. Local and General News. or all conditions and ranks. Ho got information first, hand. Thoso ar13. D. Hoover's buggy Nlcholasvllle. PAGE 0. Mountain Agriculture ; ticles will bo of interest to all. was wrecked by R. O. Duncan's auto Homo Department. In front of a livery bam, and Joe Lewis, In the vehlclo, was seriously Sunday-scho- ol PAGE 7. 'Lesson; Don't always call tho aching joint hurt Sormon; Problems Faoing a "rheumatism," says the - Stricken World; .Care of Skin; States Publlo Health Sorvloe,United lirodliend. Garland Furrls wns Bad vUuslio Furnlturo for loo Farm teeth aro sometimes the real cause shot through the left lung by a stray Homo. and it- - is always wiso to consult bullet fired by youths engaged In tarIlls recovery Is exboth tho dootor and tho dsnliaL get practice. 8. East PAGE Kentucky pected. mado of the tooth. Havo an (Continued on pago 5) Dcrca Collego Pago. 'Danville. A special term of the Cir- tic Polish army in expectation of cuit Court has been called for March a lied thrust toward tho west. ITALIANS IN EGYPT ATTACK at, at which the famous Cecil case will The Rods havo refused tho trade he tried for the third time. offer of tho Entente and associated Corporal Killed and Privates Wounded ty Rioters 55 Miles From Cynthlann. Lew Keller, former mer- lowers unloss it also provides Cairo. racognilion of tho sovlcta. chant, who has been In the Confederate Home for n year, suffered a stroke Franco is looking to England to Cairo, Egypt, Jnn. 24. Renewed dismake tho movo which will fix tho of parnlysls nnd Is helpless. orders occurred nt Tantn, fifty-fiv- e allied and associated Powers' polmiles from Cairo. Rioters attacked an Mrs. Ellznbeth Sublette icies. Versailles. Italian patrol compnny with revolvers Hawkins, 01, mother of Sheriff U. S. and bricks, killing a corporal and Hawkins, who died here, was the oldwounding two privates. The troops est citizen of this county. killed one nnd wounded several of the THRACE TO GIVE GREECE rioters. Ashland. The bodies of Helen Mae Summons, 13 months old, and her InSenate Foreign Relations Committee ALBANIA QUAKE KILLS SCORE fant sister, who died the same day, Favors Awarding Parts Qlven Up were hurled In the samo ensket. by Bulgaria and Turkey. Victims Are Burled In the Ruins of Maysvllle. Ren Mains, tobacco Their Homes In the Region Washington, Jan. 22. A resolution grower, was killed when his team ran of Janlna. favoring tho nwnrdlng to Greece of uwny and ha was thrown In the path theso parts of Thrace surrendered by skull, of a wheel, which crushed his Vienna. Jnn. 23. News has been reRulgarlii and Turkey ns n result of here thnt 20 persons, were killed the world wnr wns adopted by the reived earthquake in Maysvllle. The Rev. A. F. Stahl, southern Albania, sennte. The pleasure, sponsored by hy an pnstor of tho Christian Church, has Senutor King, Democrat, of Utah, had The victims were burled In the ruins received cnlls to tho Clifton Church, been favorably reported by the senute f their homes In " village which was I.oulsvIllc, nnd a church at Fulrmont, foreign relations committee. " par .y .eK.ou W. Va. po-lili- caj order authorizing mobilization of J The former leaders of the German war aro deriving great profits from the sale of manuscripts to American publishers. Von Hindenburg is said to havo got $00,000 for one book and he has several to dispose of. Thcso military histories many people read but accept with allowanco as thoy appear in most instances to bo apologies for defeat. Tho many sido-lighowovcr aro worth while, and soldiers have clashed with as "much can bo read between tho Czecho-Slova- k forceR. Peking advice's would seem to Indicate .that General lines as in them. few tins comparatively Semenoff An important religious meeting troops nnd that they nre apparently disorganized. is to bo held in Geneva, Switzerland Recent ofllclnl bolshevik! statements in August, It will bring together have claimed that there had been up- representatives from all forms of risings In the Amur valley and In the Christian bodies fpr confcrcnco in Russian maritime province ngrth of regard to possibilities of somo form Vladivostok. It Is reported officially that 20,000 of closer union. Sucfi a move is in persons have left Odessn within the harmony with tho times and "will last three weeks, due to activity of be "among tho greatest of all tho bolshoviki forces. Lack of transporta- forces for tho wtak of reconstrution facilities makes It Impossible to cts n. Thamoral arid religious nt enrry the large number anxious to is realized to bo more needed leave t.h.e.clty. than anything clso. hts elo-uie- A great many Russians in thti United States aro now asking that tlicy bo deported to Russia. They say thoy aro in sympathy with tho Soviet government and aro desirous of casting in thoir lot with tho people of their nativo land. Tho government howovcr assumes no responsibility for any except for. thoso who advocate tho soviet system In tho United States where thero is no desiro for it. A now find of diamond lands in Tlechuana land, in South Africat Is arousing tho miners to activity and tJtey aro preparing In great numbers to go thero as soon as tho sec tion is open. Ttio finds have been very rich and promlso to equal or surpass tho famous Klmborly dis trict which is obout a hundred mllc farther south.' In splto of warnings p00(l posltons ln mon aro gMns or(Ipp , lako Ul0 c, co Th,9 ,3 jl ho miner spirit. 1 GERMANS AT LILLE GO HOME "rLU ... ' -- f X-r- ay Thres Thousand Prisoners In Region Many Cases of Influenza Reported on Are Repatriated All Seem Island News Report 'Puts iotal Prosperous. at One Thousand. Lille, France, Jan. 23. Repatriation navnna, Cuba, Jan. 20. Many cases of German prisoners from tho Lille region has begun. Three thousand of of Influenza have been reported la city, but no authoritative statistheso prisoners started for Germany this They appeared to be lo tics are available. A newspaper reyesterday. 1,000 cases have beta excellent health and were wearing new port states that Tbey took wltk found here. boots and clothing. them large quantities of eatables. rnincmn triutiruo . iti uv nun UUDA Polncaro, of France, has decided that ho will not accept any oflioial position In tho government as ho desires lo dovoto his timo to reconstruction work In tho region of tho Mouse, one of tho badly, devastated sections of northern Franco. This is a highly commend-abl- o action on his part and shows a spirit of scrvlco to his country and pcoplo. Pago Two TUK CITIZEN January 20, 1020 General College News PRESIDENT FROST WRITES : College Department WITH REGARD TO Normal Department Vocational Schools Foundation School HOLLAND WON T Monday afternoon, January SO, tho DOUGLAS AND EDWARDS SOCIETY LEAP TEAR SOCIAL Normal Ilaskct Ball Team played Program for Jan. 31 DEBATE Dear Fellow Citizens: Purpose: To enlighten tho boys. Prayer GIVE UP KAISER Lcona Perkins. An article published in Tho Clt- - nuo of tho biggest games of ttio sea I write from Naslivillo, metropolis Efflo Johnson. Method: Leap Year process. Iliblo reading of West Tennessee. This is Iho seal Izon of last week, on tho Annual son. They played against Acadomy Ilcnnio Motoalf. of Vanderhlll University, and eight Debate, has made tho impression In' and 11 was- - a hard fight on both Apparatus: Diamond rings, mit- Jokes .. .. Tholma Ducknor. Heading miles north is tho sanitarium con- - tho minds of omo folks that tho sides, ono tninuto Academy was tens, peanuts, pop corn, candy, History of Longfellow.. Zora Harlow. "Honor" Forbids Surrender, Says dueled by our good friend, Dr. negative speakers refused to allow hilarious and then Normal, but from and an eloquent flow of Polllo Anna Jones. Note to tho Allies. Sutherland, who lectured on health a summary of their argument 10,1110 first Normal was ahead. Tho Organ solo Virginia Princo. Illography In Boron at tho opening of tho term, appear in print, along with that or scoro at tho end of tho first half was Process: Monday evening, JanuWo were hero two years ago at the affirmative. Wo wish It to bo 10 to 10 In favor of Normal; at tho ary 10th, tho Senior girls of tho Vo- Quartet by Ethel Alcorn, Salllo Bayacross tho clearly understood that wo had no end of the pamo it was 18 to 22 In cational Department REPLY IS SENT TO PARIS lor, Vcrna Ison, Olllo Srtyior. this llmo and tho ground gavo a social from tho Sanitarium was Just nlilerllon to tho publication of our faWir of NormaJ. AH tho sludonls for tho Senior boys in tho girls' News of tho week... Evelyn Morgan. river being survoyed for a powder mill speeches, cither in wholo or in of tho Normal Department feel that gymnasium. Tho girls first showed Charade. Country homo girls No. I. Kla Wagers. Holds That If Former Emperor Had to bo erected by tho Duponts. Tho part. Wo feel that any argumont they helped win tho gamo with their bravery by making dalos with Recilation Remained In Otrntany the German Gladys Groy. next Juno they wcro making pow- - which wo could present beforo nn their pep and enthusiasm in yolllng tho boys, something tho boys had Solo Government Would Be Obliged dcr at so great a rato that tho Oor- - audienco of moro than fifteen hun- - and singing. From tho beginning failed to do on previous occasions. Debate: Resolved that tho mombors to Hand Him Over. wcro convinced tho Americans dred people, and win a unanimous they seemed to feel that victory They called for tho boys at tho Y. of Iho President's Cabinet should mans bo members of tho Houso of Rep wero In earnest to win tho war. decision over that of tho afllrma- - would bo tholrs and Ihoy wcro ovcr- - M. C. A. nccrcatlon Room of tho InThe Hague. Jan. 1M. The olllclnl Afllrmallvo: Zclla rcsenlallvcs. Tho works extend up and down tho live, would bo capablo of standing joyed to win. Huntley and Ambur- - dustrial building and escorted thorn inte of the .NetherhimU Kovernii.ent In any criticism which might como gey and Whicker put up a stiff fight, Nega WllllnmsJl03cltn Downo; river, through the wldo bottom, for xply to the demand of safely to tho gymnasium. It was Stephens, Addlo he surrender of the the alllc for seven miles and cost 150 millions, from tho readers of Tho Citizen. The wholo team did praise-wortsurprising"to sco how skillful Ihoy! tivo: Bculah cxknler for Davis. Now they seem a loss, but part will Wo did not rcfuso to turn in our playing and wo aro very proud of wore when turning rial Is i In tit I .hinmirv "Jl and rcadv tho corners and v "lly a note verbal dated January 15, be used for tho making of aulomo- - summary to tho printing oftlco, nor them. always keeping on tho oulsldo of did wo hcsltato to allow It to ap- Saturday night tho Excelsior Lil- - Iho walk. IW. and handed tiriier majesty's en MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS biles. Tito social was started oy In Paris, the jsiwers, referring to Br Arthur Brock Wo all hopo wo shall get what wo pear with that of tho affirmative, orary Society presented tho Phllo- - by Miss Clara Terrill, tho chairman Hide 'H of the Versailles treaty, re sccuro pcaco foundod but tho man to whom tho duly was mathea Literary Society with ono of of tho program committee, by givI. I will, to the best of my oblll fought for a upon a Lcaguo of Nations. It is assigned failed to comply with tho their pennants. Mr. Morton natcliffo ing each boy a quotation and sev- ly, livo up to and abldo by tho rules inest the Netherlands government to deliver Into their hands William of surely disappointing to have Amor- - request in tlmo to get on tho press, made the presentation speech. . li lieno-rnemperor of Germany. In eral pairs of pink mittens. Tho and regulations of this institution mo argument or tno According lo Tho Union Literary Society mot girls then gavo 2. I will cheerfully and obed Ica behind tho rest In this great en- rder that he may be put on trial. to lalK a negative, tho following things wcro Saturday night and had an intcrcst- assigned tcrprisc. "In support of lh: they to each of tho boys on their vari- iently perform any task iiig program. Ono of tho main fca- - ous subjects and me. I notice, that rthodo Island and brought out: that If the emperor had rcmnlned in this llmo they ,Ncv Jersey aro proposing lo scccdo Tho first speaker mado it plain lures was a pio eating contest bo- - wero to propose lo tho boys. If 3. I will wrlle my mother at 'n (lenmiuy the neriunn goveriimeiit mild have lcen obllgetl, according to I once every week. becauso of the Prohibition Amend- - that tho question under discussion, tween Mutt and Jeff, who wcro An- - viu ii.Kvin . twii.t. inni. '.HJ8 of Hie miicc treaty, to I am determined to live better irtlcle mcnt while Virginia and South Car- - was not ono of unionism, but tho drow nusscll and Henry Todd. Tho nlli.i i.v i.nn,.,i I f hniid him over. year man lost. Wo think enforcement of tho Closed Shop; latter won. olina stand by tho Union. i.- - I"' "The Hiicr. ipiotlng us prvmcdltnt-i- l Tho Excelsior Literary Socioly ihoin rr...,!n, 5. I will think clean thoughts an tho Union is safe and tho culling that Iho negative had no fight lo ..,.nni.i ii the violations of International is already wonderful makb on labor or labor organlza- - also had an entertaining program. know how much could bo said In P't lde everything that is not up out of liquor reatlc nnd the syslemntlr Ignoring of (Jul not question tne rignt uno or tlic main features was a do- in its effects in increasing tho com- - Hons and he most sacred rules of the law of . ... aV...u ..vu, I iuAiM i. a i M.in.HA. ....... i. . . r ini,nnn.n l " u In numerous acts committed dur-n-g win rorlS Ot 1110 anu UIO WOriaS DCSl iiwmira. i. i win wso no pruiuiiiiy aim ...III Ihev muln nlinnl flvn unuiu tho" Report That a rri. iiucowuu wus un...l.,.Ji " "'u Normal education is moro lo , courage its uso by others the war hy the (ermiiti aiithorl-les- , This is a particularly benefit, but proved by business. ' ' trace, the, responsibility, or at 7. I will try to control my tern good lime for pcoplo who havo been of the Commission on Industrial bo desired than an Academy cduca- - j rin' acC0Dtc(J east the moral rrsponslhlllty for theo Relations, that less than 25 per cent lion." The affirmativo won. per, will bo polite, agreeablo, hon 7i t, , a litllo frco in tho uso of liquor to ni,-- (l nn uu Lt, of the Industrial workers of our . ,. I est, truthful faithful to my studies ,tcts back to the former enieror. "swear off." fllap. . mvtt Must'Fulflll Duties. " country wcro in unions, and argued NORMAL WINS THREE INSA ROW. This is Dcrca's crowded time. Wo v f n "n n i n ani1 ,!o my bcsl lo pass Ihcso virtues "They express Hie opinion that Hol.Normal will play In tho baskoNJ on to others. hopo everybody will bo good na mat it would do unjust to forco land would not fulfill her International , .., .p ., 8. I will strivo to deservo the lutlcs if she refused to associate with hired and that the older students more than 75 per cent into closed ball championship scries again this , op organization against thoirwill. year. Thai was decided by thoir , . will sec that now students are wel- thl" many blessings that I enjoy, ',mmn'hi hem to the lcst of her nhlllty In . 1 wi" "Pmcllso tho grace and or nt lenst not Impelling, the corned and mado to feel at home. " further contended that it would Metory over Academy Monday after. mnkln H mora nronosilJ ' t virtue of praise." IMinlshment 'of the crimes which havo , And we hopo that Ihcro will bo hard bo a detriment to Iho unions to force noon. Academy, having lost three- .. girl. i en committed. v, v.... 10. I will put a greater value on vw. uu ..u .panics siuuy ng . in ovury smuenis room. -uo"i ; : . r t,t 'They draw attention to the special ..... . played, such . as tho prayer and devotion and in tho still .. . To learn now lo study . is tno Diggest . i"-"u- - on h m,. VAtml hnrro n k lninnf Inn k'Min fn f n a . aoaI i ' , u inn ness of my room I will ask God to character of thyjr request as having In n ...... Uf u..wue 01 education, anti as an incen- - nnnnatrinn i pari rcfrGShmpnj. Wofn view not n Juridical accusation, bet an . help me keep theso resolutions , tlvc to this are all our recitations strongest labor organizations In Iho dation; next they walloped Voca- ct of high International Hillrs, nnd United States, was shown by stale- - Uonal, 28 lo 18; and they finished and public exercises. "for hJ hey npiH-n- t to Holland's respect for r mcnts from leaders of different or- - by taking the Academy's scalp In a MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS Wo hope Tho Citizen will keep r'clit nnd her love of Justice not to th 'fr dorUtorlS '' S'.nizations, included in tho Rail- - bard fought game. Tho amusing "J By Leona Perkins over liy her moral authority the U home folks well informed- - about thing about it is, that tho last two I. I will read the Biblo and pray atlon committed by (Icrmnny of the wlmt irnp on in Horra sn that ihov TOaa Brotherhoods. Results: A Jolly goal tlmo was Mr. Fielder, as second speaker, victories of Normal wcro won over etitlnl prlndides of the solidarity of vach day. will share the good things. continued tho argument by proving teams who had already counted e,lj0'C(, ,by. 1aI1, ,L,ach f U', bo?3 2. I will pray for other nations nation. I wish I were in Bereo. informa-sho- p iter majesty's government has the that tho Introduction of tho closed Normal out of tho race. And talk "'oro enlightened by tho and flags. Yours truly, honor to obsene forthwith that the ,ion, l,'cy rccolvc- - Since then would bo disastrous lo the in- - of enthusiasml Normal is simply 3. I will' love my enemies and GOODELL FROST. WM. litigation which might have rctinL of .nt, ii nf h.a mnin ,t,i reached aour senior boys havo pray for them. Knn. nf ....kii . .. for (icrmnny under article . .. . of tn . moro rnaluro nee.- and . j 01 I. I will not say behind anyono wily of iH'ace cannot prevail In orl" ' iour nunaruu THE MOJJNTAIN VOLUNTEER lau,or m uopnruncni, P restricting tho use of material; re- - strong, presents a united front In "axo con10 lLr ', ?, ) der to define the duties of Holland, ear means. They left in flno splr- - what I cannot say to his faco; . , . . .. . . Sunday auernoon m tno ii,nnmhnn f nnnii,n.. w ,.ta LoiiMauiiaiuib ,tian.1.T. upon 5. I will not break Collcgo rules. ivhlch Is not ii party to this treaty, i.ast ,,,M ' --" v...... au1TUltu,r m,i s ' having had so many proposals, and 0. I will obey and honor my par "Her niajely's government, ac!unt lectured by tho limitation df output; and thi) Pninn .? , ' nn Its side by Imprescriptible rea1 A use of iho svmDathotlc strike. TL in luiuui ciuiiusiuauo .... especially to havo tho lady of their ents and. teachers. w sons, cannot Acaoemv view the questions coiiduuing uiu 7. I will think beforo I speak. was. Ilia suhiocl vr.imir nnonle. choice express herself. nilseil hy the request of the M.uers argument, proved Jhat tho system 8. I will refrain from angry tern "Tho Salesman." and had direct Those present wcro; otherwise than from the point of r!ew SIGMA TA0 ,LITERART SOCIETY per. bearing unon tho creat oossibllitios w,,,"l be nsafc' bccauso of of its own duties. Ims been abno-ntel-y .Miss Osa .Miller,'- Mr. Goldie Reedy, ra(llcaI tendencies of labor leaders; 31, 1930 Jan. 9. I will be honest nnd truthful. of the country merchant who de- forelg.i to Hie origin of the war .Miss -10. I will beg pardon Discu33ion of Blackburn Bill-- To sires to efficiently servo his custo- - and because of Iho loss of control for all mid has maintained, not without lh American Federation of La- - tlle cffect that wo uso Niagara Fal,9 J .wrongs. Its neutrality to the end. J farr, Mr "lS3 Jones. . i . "It Amis Itself therefore confronted II. I will keep In mind my future l bor over Is local oriran rations : nml ,(ur. WBHS puww u. i wv.uB Mbs E(hvard pu,aII nmt oi inuao u.ai auuiucu iu.o Mr HcIcn with the facts of the wnr'ln n differ . scenery. work, and pray for reting wcro young men and women unsaioccauso of tno junsaicuonai Damcron. 12. I will lend a helping hand In ent Misllnn from that of tho powers. wi,n nrn knv ininrnanH in strifo and other unwarranted prac Miss Paul Wiseman, Mr. Graco It refui energetically all suspicion lime of need. rural community work. They aro licCs resorted lo by tho unions; a LUCY Dizney. of wMiliig to cover by Its sovereign . which has becn condemned 13. I will never let nn opporluni anxious to know tho best methods JBlcm Ight and Its moral ntithorlty viola- Miss Brent Carter, Mr. Edith Johnly pass to do good without trying to Ions of Hie essential principles nf the of organizing and supervising tho b' our government and recognized son. lo It. various necessary educational pro. as futiI by labor leadera lhom' solidarity of lint Ion- -. Hut It cannot Miss Joo Evcrsoie, Mr. Laura Dixon. 1. I will keep tho resolutions recognize mi International duty asso 1 grams for that kind of service. Tho se,ves' I Miss Karl Career, Mr. Gladys John- -' ciating until. ns (Mime words missing havo written. purpose of the Mountain Band is to sonj 'ere) Itself to the powers' act of high train students who aim to do any-- A Word from the Managing Editor HHt ' ;.Miss Washington Johnson,,Mr. Rlsso uternntlonal politic., kind of social or educational work GRANT & LEE LITERARY SOCIETY Wo hereby wish to apologize for , Oliver Refers lo League of Nations. In tho Mountains. Program for Jan. 31, 1920 It is tho chief tl0 way in which tho Annual Miss Robert Harrison, Mr. Maymo "If In (ho future nn International of tho Band to acquaint Us bate was reported last week. It is Reproduced story.... Joe Henderson. iiirliltctlon wero created by the Cowan. members with, tho difficult prob- - not our purpose to reflect In any Lonnlo Dallon of Nations couiMtent to Judge Misa Bell Franklin, Mr. Gctrudo Poem lems of Ihcir intended work, and way 'on tho debaters of tho ncga-t- o "cadlng Yerkes Warren. n u case of conflict on facts quallflcri Adsmond. help solve them. Many of thoso live. Wo did not mean to omit a Jesse Rogers. s crimes punishable hy stntute pre- Miss Herbert Waddle, Mr. Etta News of the week that promote tho cause of tho Moun- - very important item, that is, that Reproduced story Wado Castle, 'Tillng these fajts. It rests with HolBayer. land to associate herself with this tain Band aro boys and girls who t1Q negative won, and won by a Miss Joo Pierce, Mr. Hazel Deal. Ambassador to Franklin new system. como from tho communities which unanimous decision or tho Judges. Hobart Banks. Miss Mark Clark, Mr. Mono Norrls Her imiji sty's government cannot tboy plan to serve. 'And our own personal opinion is Miss Job Hendrix, Mr. Elflo Smilh.( yrod "CCtl story.Arnold L. Pigman. In the present Instance ackiiowlciK'o that the decision was correct, and any other duty thnn that Imposed hy Miss K. H. Elnm. Mr. Bessln P.irlnn. I '"Kl"y "I UOIUO UrCSS DR. GUH.l FRM" A. R,JPPWaL wo should havo been surprised if Howard Grist. Il e laws of the state and nntionnl Miss Harlan Franklin, Stump speech tho decision had been in any way Milton Craft. tradition, the constitutional laws of Leo Shclton. different from what It was. FurMiss Filzliugh Grabeel.'Mr. Dymplo Debate: Resolved, that tho United tl e state bused on unlversnlly recognized principles of law, and on honor States should govern Mexico. thermore, we aro not partial to Dorrah. Affirmative, John llaney, Dewey able tradition centuries old, which Jins oithor society. Wo consider that Miss Frank Smlthers, Mr. Onio Sil Greer. Negative, Rolllo Cres, made of this country at nil times n all debaters on both sides showed vers. refuge for the vanquished In Interna William Shearer. great argumentative ability. They Miss Oscar Hayncs, Mr. Eunico Dar"r. tional roullhts. j compare mighty well with debaters The Netherlands eople. actuated Miss Fred Wilson, Mr. Maltio Mao of somo of our colleges and univer iy sentiments to which the world a Morgan. .Ml I. Ill' I'lllil (lllHlllll C'l I'llHUM), TURK TRIED TO JOIN ENTENTE lutory has done Justice, cannot hosities that havo 5,000 and moro stufninoiiH as the foe of the clcnrcl. wwif rny the faith of those who have con dents. to rim for president on u pliilfnrni of INCREASE PAY FOR TEACHERS Machinations of Enver Pasha Reversed fided Ihems-Hvto the tuition's freo which the chief plunk Ik: "It In Cabinet's First Decision nstltiitfnns. Hint the iimimfiuiure. siile Chicago Board of Education In 1914. Orders "Her majesty's government would Pugilist Willie Lewis Shot. mid giving nwny of ciguretM or clguret Substantial Raise for fain believe Hint the powers will ree- New York. Wllllu Lewis, forme' papers he alixoltitel prnlillilteil." Educators. Constantinople. Turkey, Jan. 21. ignlze'lhe sound ess of jhese consld- middleweight puglllht, necreillteil with I Turkey enteral the war on Germany's huvlug brought (.'eorgert Curpeiitler, rations which are nhovo any per Chicago. Jan. TJt. Immediate side after tho cabinet had decided to sonal appreciation and which more- -. the French ihuinplon, to the fore, wiul Armenian Plans Rescue Wife, crenees Jit all public school Join the allies, according iver biioi mree timex oy an uniilentltl.'.l .ew York. In an cITort to rescue are to oe ruercti oy me uiiani'e rom before n secret tiarllamentarr com. cannotappenrs so peremptory Hint they reasonably glvo rise to erronnun in a euuurei uere. ue wan taKen ,U wife from n Turkish Imreiii, when uilttei of the hoard of education inlttee publlshi-- by thefnewspapers. eous Impressions as to Holland's attito a hopltal where hu Ik Hi a critical he Iuih been held captive for about wus ilellultely announced loday followI he uinchlmitlnn of the war party tude. condition. LcwIm was woumled In the yearn, AHMluur Uerboghes, Ariuiv (Signed) "VAN KAHNKllKCK." left hide, left leg and left groin, llo fur residing at Itaclne, Wis., will hull ing i conference between President led , by Knver Pnhiif war minister In an, ICilwIn S. DavN of the school hoard, were responsible for the change vas In a telephone booth at the Hum fro,n here this week for Turkey, tho (ieorge 1. Arnold, chiilrmnn of the or front. Decision was reached by the ... ...v-- -- ... ;,iuh ukmiiiujii uiiii nvar Kiist Kellef Association, which conimlltee and .Superintendent cabinet to opjsise (icrmnny In Hie war "FLU" SETS CHICAGO RECORD unotlier man, who acted as lookout, es Is assisting him In his task, announced, ami It was agreed that when Turkey Peter A. Mortennn though the caped. raises scheduled will probably took her stand on Hie side of the en- Twin Plagues Claim 79 Victims In cause the pneinectho deficit to double. tente the (Joehen and her sister ship, 24 Hours Steamer Driven From Course, Spreads Out Engineers and Red Cross Workers. the Itreslau. which had sought refuge In State. New York. Driven 1,500 miles olt Chita, tKat S.herla. Colonel Klunt at Constantinople, should he bombard- Fifteen Killed In Train Wreck. and seven other American engineer!, her course, by a storm which raged ed hi; the Itoiporus forti. Knver Pashn, Chicago. Jan, Chicago's North Hay. Out rifictii person Miss Ford, Captain Chnrette aud.sev, for four ilajs, while the vessel was on however, made secret arrangements Influenza record was shattered us the li"!P from New York lo St. Johns were killed and a huge number wire erul other members of the American of the Ca with ihoiicryfiitiK and Ihc'Inchcu Join- twin plagues continued to sprcud Ited Cross and an entire Polish unny, N. F the Norwegian steamer Puna ur- - IliJureiV when iuo Itlack sea throughout the nadii 1'aclllc cxpii-s- for Vmcmiw-- ed Hie being kept licet, even Hie grand ports Indicated city, and downstnto re composed of former prisoners, have rived here on her return trip. Onu Ur (iulllernm a Mlurm.. t In Ignorance of this that the epidemic wna east of vliler M'crutury kcihtuI rf tlie Mind been raptured by the Holshevlkl at member of the crew wus washed uter were wrei l.ed iihoui II move. On Aug. 20, 1014, tho (Joehen. becoming statewide. Two thoussv Miinnclnl rtinffrenreVia Klluchluskayu, according to a gaibled inum). The steamer left here Decem- here. The cuir sli-- i p.'r of die ll.i s. while flying tho "urklsh flint, attacked two hundred und twenty-siI new cusi Waohlngton. Doctor HIiiTUfll Ik iiIj telegram received from Joseph II. Hay, ber 7 for St. Johns, and four days Hon, wlili uun Mli - il, wis 1i destroyed two Itulnn and 237 new cases Juritl(' t'Xperl nf ilii'liitfrnnlliinal high former American Consul at Irkutsk. later was In the center of the storm by tho locomotive of Hie seiond ei. nnd brought about Turkey's shljis. This of Influenza were reported, while 48 nligument pneumonia Hon and eight passengers went killed net coiniiilnkl(in and prfKlilrnl of the The dispatch from .Mr liny was sent zone, which drove the vessel Into ngulnst the entente, liven the sultan deaths from pneumonia nnd 31 from outright. Suvcu died laied of their Wichlne-ton- . Atlii'iieiim nf from somewhero beyond Nlxbnjudlnsl:, and forced her to heud for believed for neveral years that the Influenza occurred. The number of and In rhnri;t of Hie Spmiih January II. the Azores bectluse of luck of fuel. new ruses Is higher than that for any Hussions had attacked the Turks. of (it'oruf Iovmi uulviTxlty. day of the 1018-1epidemic. , THE ANNUAL hy Iwo-mlnu- e J '"' i" " W .., na-io- -- ..,,. ' i,i J pur-u'n- g 1 iiu. ..u ... ... po," -- inri ..f.. aost ine u.7 Uu.J:.?a uiic-iiuuui- vu .iiin. "T"7 7 o.r,i, , "". .... ...j.j .u.iu Za lrnubynvS 'S dllll-cnll- y. stir-ccss- rAc 1 Mr.-IIattl- o e 101-1- J 1 il 2-- s r x 0 PRESIUENT'S UFFJC.E t 'l T January 29, 1020 THE CITIZEN "Well, enn I help you In some wny you will ncceptT I'm nfrnld I don't menn tn be unkind, but wc may m well be frank I'm nfrnld you won't need help very long." Mertnn nnswered ns ono who has made up his mind to the Inevitable, nnd Dnvo thought belter of him. This Utile wreck of n tnnn this child In business matters could look death In the face without n quiver. "Not so long," lie said. "I felt ever so much better when I came herr first; I thought I was really going ti bo well ngnln. Hut when I found whnl a mistake I hnd made I began to worry, not for myself, you know, but the boy, nnd worry Is Just whnt my troublo lives on. I have been work Ing n little, nnd boa riling out, nnd the boy Is going to school. Hut I enn't do henvy work, nnd work of nny kind Is hnrd to get. I find I can't keep going Hint way." Merton looked with drenmy eyes through the olllee window, while Dave; wns turning over the hopelessness of his position nnd Inwardly cursing ai srstem which made such conditions possible. Society protects the pbys-- 1 Icnlly weak from the physically strong; the physical hlghwnymnn usu- nlly Rets his deserts; but the mental highwayman preys upon the weak and the Inexperienced nnd the unorganized, nnd Society voles him n good citizen nnd n success. ."I had a plnn," Merton continued, half npologetlcntly, ns though his plan did him little credit "I hnd a plaTT hut It can't be worked out. I have been trying to rnlso n little money on my lots, but the mortgage people Just look nt me." s "Whnt Is your plan?" said Dave kindly. "Any plnn, no matter how lmd. Is nlwavs better than no plan." "I thought," said Merton timidly "I thought If I could build a little shark on the lots I could live there wild the boy nnd we could raise n very fine gnrden. The soil Is very fertile and at least wo should not starve. And the gardening would be good for me, nnd I could perhaps keep some rhlckcns nnd work out nt odd Jobs ns well. Hut it takes money lo build even n very small shack." "How much money?" demanded Dave. Pago Thrca WADSWORTH BILL COW PUNCHER By CALLS FOR U. Wl.T. 8ENATR AFtMV Robert J.C.Siead Uulfioro kitche nor. and olhor poems jwiiTwTiFM ty irwin mh nfwrt 8YN0P8I3. CIIAPTnil with father on 'mall, badly mannted ranch, David Elden haa reached th of etxhteen with few educational advantages. An accident to tha aiitn In which I)r. Hardy, eminent eastern physician, and hla daueh-a- r Irene, ara louring the country, bring new element Into hla life, r. lardy1 a lea; la broken, and he la necessarily to hla lied. Friendship, and more, developa between Irene and lier fancy work for alio practiced an Indefatigable Industry In matter of no Importance "how Is It tlmt there is no demand for propcrjy? You ore o export; you should bo able to answer that. Isn't Mills city ns good today ns It wns n yrnr ngol DorVn't It occupy tlio unino site? Are not the fnrnm still producing?" "Thnt's Jiiit It, denr Mrs. Hardy. Why, Indeed? Simply because tli booster hns Riven wny to the calamity real-estat- e MEASURE ESTAB- LISHES MILITARY TRAINING SYSTEM FOR YOUTHS. MAY SELECT ARMY OR NAVY ai 1 Time May D Deferred Not More Than Three Years Male Aliens V.'hoCom-p'ttCourts May Decorne Citizens Speedily. "I c con-fin- some-jhln- jf It, -- Irene itreatly enloys the unconventional freedom of ranch fife: and her acoi ilntanreahtn with David rlpena "h? Wchohwlcnl explanation .'IWhrSSSiVr'l !".,w,rr--. "Hnplo enough. Tho World lives by tandlna; that David will aeelc to Improve! till position In life and they will meet mi l n. Without fnllli there would be CIIAITF.ll III.-T- he sudden death of hla neither seedtime nor hnrvest. Tlmt Is Tather leavea David with practically tnie of raising cities ns well ns of CIIArrnn Think You Are Absolutely cent," He Said Gravely. Inno- A&riSTrS". " - determined to keen hla rtroinlsa to Irene by acquiring an education and making hlmeelt worthy of her. Ho eeeurea the ilrst work offered, driving a team for a coal dealer, and meeta a man named about hla own ace, by whom he la led Into dissipation. the favorable CHAPTnn attention of the managing; editor of a newspaper, David becomes a reporter Edith, acutely sensible of Ida (rood looks and general worthiness, falls In lovo with him. though, with the memory of Irene In hla heart, David does not perceive It CHAPTnit VI -- David advances to a position of responsibility on the newspaper. 'onward renews ncfioalntnnceshtp with Dnvld. for hla own advantare. He sees the town Is "rife" for a. boom through Divld eecure the httcklne of the newa-- l MPr for schemes tn which he l Inter-ana tea, and tn two. aa 3:idfn. ro Into the real estate business, CHAPTKtt of clean mind. 3avld determlnea to net away from hla uncongenial surroundings, and Kate fcrtnirs him Into contact with Mr. Melvln Duncan, who seea the Inherent Rood In the boy and welinmei. him to hla home, where he meeta i:dlth, his host's pretty daughter, and beclna tne coveted education. (MIAPTKIt Vll. Ilolh men become wrulthy during the "buom," and when It Is nearlng Its Inevitable end David discovers, through Miss Morrison, socloty editor of the newspaper on which he had that ten Inemployed,with herIrene Hardy la living mother town, CHAITKIt VIII The narrative turns to the Hardya, In their eastern home. Mrs. Jlardy unavalllngly seeks a "brilliant" match fur Irene, and realises that her daughter's afTectlona ure placnd elsewhere, Irene confesses to her Intensely Hnnoyed nuilher her uttachnient to David Klden, the Cow Puncher. The sudden denllr of Dr. Hardy leaves the two women with only a few thousand dollar, and Mrs. Hardy's health necessitating her residence In a drier illmate they move to the western city whera DuvlJ Klden la a cltlxen of Importance. ra. Hardy enters fully CHAITKIt Into the "boom" spirit, and while engnged in purchasing a house from Conward David meets Irene again, and her mottier He vainly endeavors to prevent Mra. vtlarly Investing In real estate, perceiving i 'disaster at hand, but she (s obstinate lie rose, nntl helped tier with her llRbt wrnp. Ills fingers touched her hnnd nnd It seemed to him the battle, wns won. . . . Hut be hnd promised no to reopen the subject In the street he snld, "If you will wnlt n moment I will tnko you borne in. my car." Their eyes met, nnd encli of them knew what It meant. It meant announcement to her mother that she It meant had met perhaps n supposition on her mother's tiart thnt she had gone downtown fori It was thnt purpose. But sho said simply, "I should enjoy driving home with you. On the wny they planned that the following Sunday they would drive Into the foothills together. Of course they would nsK Mrs. tinniy to accompany them. Of course. Hut It might Iinppcn that Mrs. Hardy would be Indisposed. Irene was of the opinion that what her mother needed now was rest, As l( happened Mrs. Hardy was nt the gate. She greeted Dave cordially Encouraged by her mood, enough. Irene determined to settle the Sunday program nt once. "Davaj was good enough to bring me up In bis cur," she snld. "And Just think I He Invites us to drive Into the foothills with him next Sunday. Will you come? It will he delightful. Or are you feeling " "Mr. Elden Is very kind." said Mrs. Hardy, with dignity. "I have no doubt Mr. Conwnrd will accompany us. Ho Is to call this evening nnd 1 will nsk Mm. . . . Yes, I think It very likely we will go." Con-wari IX.-Mn. g. reara of dissipation wastedto the Income. p.ild, David Koea the nenreat town, ranch, the elder man having; IhrouKh , I The summer wore on, and autumn followed on Its heels. The processes which hnd been discerned by Conwnrd aad oilier astute operators were now apparent to the mob which forever follows In the wake of the successful; but usually at such a distance as to be overwhelmed In the receding Hood. Tlio forces which had built up fabulous fortunes were now In reverse gear, and the same mechanism that. had built up was now tearing down. As the boom had fed upon Itself, carrying prices lo heights justifiable only to the most Insane optimism, so did the subsequent depression bear down upon values until they readied depths Justifiable only to the most abandoned despondency. The rosy bubble, Inflated with the vapors of Irresponsible speculation, bad dissolved Into thin air. Mrs. Hardy wns among tbe lust to admit thnt she hnd bought on an ebbing tide. Sho contended that ber houte wus well worth the prlco sh5 had paid; what If speculation had coma to a stop? So much the better; her house was still worth Its price. She would stand Ann. "Irs. Hardy consulted Conward. It "sli grown to be her habit to consult Conward on all matters la which she found an interest. "How Is It, Uardy said to him ona evenlnr over Iir. Conward," Mrs. "Hrlng your title to mo tomorrow; to me personally, ypu understand. 111 ndvnnce you five hundred dollnrs." Merton sprang up, nnd there was more enthusiasm In his eyes than hnd seemed possible, "You will? Hut I don'l need that much Thon nun Ihn unrnliia tn tiro nn " Kn Ihn Miirfnti nffnlr wna slmlrfVit. ened nwny In n manner which left Dave haro at peace with his conHut another event, much cret of the fact thnt she preferred the science. In Its trips In which only she nnd Dnvo par- more dramatic and effects upon his life, wns already ripe ticipated. The Rrndunl shrlnkaRe of values for the ennctlng. There wens cases that could not to tlio vnnUhlnR point Imposed upon Dave many business duties which he turned away with a sharp answer. he would very Rludly have evnded. Thu Hert Morrison, for Instance. Hert had her "Investment'' clothes olllee of Conwnrd & Klden, which had never mentioned "You will continue to work foi once been besieged by customers eaper since the occasion nlrendy recorded. me," he said. to buy, was now n center of Rroups no She greeted Dave with the sociability friendship; She shook her head. "No, I cWt 1 less eager to sell; nnd when they due to their nnd her calm avoidance of the subject ' enn't. I can't work aaywhere neai could not sell they contrived to lay the blame upon the firm which had hurt him more than the abuse of all him." "You won't need to. The firm ol originally sold to them. Although, for his Irate patrons. Business conditions had necessitated Conwnrd & Elden will be dissolved at the most part, these were men nnd ' women who had bought purely from unwonted economy In the office affairs once. I have always felt that there 10 Kumdcr'8 motive, they behaved of Conward & Elden, ns n result of was something false In Conward which many old employees hnd been something that wouldn't stand test i .i..i ,inKh lln ,m(1 ,jonc thcm nn injustice laid off and others had been replaced Now I know." There was a sound of a key In tbe wla.n t,;e flnK(;r of frtun,. turlle,, up by cheaper nnd Ies? experienced labor. 'oor, nnd Conward entered, n ,0SH nstl.U(1 of a ,,roflt. For 8Ucn Stenographers who had been receiving str people Dave bad little sympathy, and a hundred dollars u month could not bring themselves to acccp' readily f persisted tn their murmtirlnRs CHAPTER XI. 1P (o( Uu.m g0 wth ,ccoronB fmnk- - fifty, and some of them had to make way for new girls, fresh from the busi' t'u ncas. Coutvurd paused as he ein ness colleges. Such a new girl was Qlien there wns Merton, the widGladys W'ardln pretty, likable, Inex room. Ho had evidently not expected ower with sick lungs and the mother Her country homo had) to find Elden there, but after a moless boy, who had brought his little perienced. ment of hesitation he nodded cordially savings to the West in the hope of pffered no answer to her nrabltlons, to his partner. hiwhandlng out bis life In the dry, ond she had come to the city wlthi "Almost ready, Miss Wardln?" h clear atmosphere nnd snvlng his son the most dangerous equipment n young nsked, cheerily. "Our train goes woman can carry an attractive face from the white denth that hnd nlrendy He took his watch from his pocket Invaded their Utile family. With n nnd an unsophisticated confidence In and consulted it. cruelty almost unbelievable Conwnrd the goodness of humanity. Conwurd Dave's eyes were fixed on ,tho girl. hod tnlked this man Into the purchase hnd been responsible for her position He wondered whether, in this testing of property so far removed from the lo the office, nnd Dave had given little moment, sho would fight for herselfr thought to her except to note that she city- - ns to possess no value except lean weakly on him as ber protector, as farm land; and the little savings was a willing worker and of comely Uej answer reassured him. appearance. which were to ward off sickness nnd "It makes no difference when It Itcturnlng to the office one Saturday death, or, if thnt could not lie, minisgoes, Mr. Conward. I'm not going oa ter niodest comfort in the declining evening Dave found Miss Wardln mak-In- g It" Uct voice trembled nervously, up a bundle of paper, pencils and hours of life, had been exchanged for but there wns no weakness In property which, even nt tho time of carbon paper. She was evidently In money which Dave had gl?en It Tbe her was high spirits, and he smilingly asked, tbe transaction, wns valueless and un If she Intended working at home over still crumpled in ber hand. She ad salable, vanced to where Conward stood vagueMerton had called on Dave with ro- - Sunday. "Oh, didn't Mr. Conwnrd tell you?") ly trying to sense the situation, and spec t to his Investment. Dave had nt first been disposed to tell him frankly she answered, as though surprised thai held the bills before him. "Here is the good news had been kept a secret your money, Mr. Conward," sho said. that the property, for which he had "He Is to spend a day or two at one "Why, what does this mean?" paid twenty dollars a foot, wus barely of the mountain hotels, and I am to go "Here Is your money. Will you worth that much an acre. Hut a sec along to do his correspondence. Isn't take It, pleaso?" ond look nt the man changed his pur- It Just lovely? I have so wanted to go "No, I won't take It until you expose. to tho mountains, but never felt that plain" "I know you wcro stung, Merton," T could u fiord lt.A.nd now I can cam-bin-e She opened her fingers nnd tho bills ho snld, "shamelessly stung. You are business with pleasure." fell to the floor. "All rlght.""she snld. one of those unsuspecting fellows who The smile died out of Dave's eyes, Conward's eyes had shifted to Dave. think everybody Is going to piny fulr and his face becamo more set and "You are nt the bottom of this, Elden," with them. You belong In the class stern than she had ever seen It he said. "What does It mean?" who keep nil kinds of rogues nnd "Why, what's the matter, Mr. El"It means, Conward," Dave nnIn ensy clreuuistnnces.-Yoscoundrels den,?" she exclaimed. "Is anytklng swered, nnd there wns steel In his might almost be charged with being wrong?" voice "It mentis thnt after nil these nccetoiorles. Now, Just to show how He found It hard to meet her frank, yenrs I hnvo discovered wliHt a cur I feel nbout It how much did you pny unsuspecting eyes; hard to draw back you nre Just In time to bnlk you, at for those lots?" tho curtnlns of the world so much that lenst In this Instnnce." Three thousand dollars. It wns nil Lthose eyes would never ngnln be quite (Continued next week.) I had.1 so frnnk and unsuspecting. "Miss "Of course It was. If you had hnd Wnrdln." he said, "did Conward tell Join the forward movement. Clean more you would hnve paid more. 1 you thut?" up, paint up nnd keep It up. Mnke tho suppose Conwnrd Justified himself "What? About going to tho moun- old enemies, dirt nnd disease nnd with the urgumont thnt if lie didn't tains? Of course. He snld be was abdicate and stay out tnko your ensy money someone else tnklng some work with him, and he would, which Is doubtless true. Hut wondered If I would mind going along German Deserters Gj Home, just to show you how I feel nbout It to do It, and he would pay the exGeneva, Jan. 1(1. An enormous exI'll buy those lots from you, for three penses, nnd and " Tlierp was a thoiuiund ihMlars." quick, hard cntch In her voice, nnd she odus of German subjects from Switzer"I can't do It, Mr. Elden; I can't seized Elden's arm violently. Her eyes land to their former homes, most of do It," said Merton, and there, wus were big and round: her pretty face them deserters from tho German army during tbe wnr. Is noticeable here folmoisture on his cheeks. "Thnt would had gone suddenly white. lowing the recent enactment of the bo charity nnd I can't take It. Hut "Oh. Mr. Elden, you don't think amnesty law In Germany. It hns I'tt) much obliged. It dhows you're you don't think that I that he been necessary to double the number square, Mr. Elden, and I hold no III You wouldn't believe will lo yon." "I think you are absolutely Inno- - of trains to accommodate the rush g Hut llicrc ore always those who ridicule follh; olwnys were, tlways will he. And ns ns fnlth lleiippenrs things begin to sink." "Ah I" said Mrs. Hnnly gently. "So we owe nil this these empty houses ind shops, unsalable property nnd to those who hnve lost fnlth or never hnd It. To men like .Mr. Elden, for Instnnce. You remember bow lie tried to discourage me from th very first tried to hrenk down my fnllli (lint wns It, Mr. see It nil very plainly now and lie nnd others like htm have broucht things to their nresent nass. V1I. thpv hnvo n crent rcsiionslhll. ., w As n result of this discussion Dnvo found himself rather less popular with Mrs. Ilnrdv thnn before, Dave accepted her dlspleimure with a tlmt wns extremely trying to the Rood woman's temper. Hud It not been for his desire to spare Irene nny ;nhnp.neH be would have treat He wns cd It with open lllppancy. enRnRcd In the serious business of trnptiirlni; the henrt of Irene Hardy a tnsk made none the easier by the Hf Imposed condition tlmt he must conduct no offensive but must await with hitch patience as bo could command the voluntary capitulation of the bcsieRcd. On the whole be told blm-fel- f be hnd no reason to be dissatisfied with the prorrcss of events? He nnd Irene often n tored topether, frequently nccompnnled by Mrs. Hardy, sometimes by Conwurd ns well, but occasionally alone. And Irene mnde no se- raising crops. c,.nt he said, gravely, "but It's the Innocent thing thnt gets caught" Tbe rIH had broken Into violent onrs "Whatever shnll I do? What cnn I do?" she moaned. "Oh, why didn't somebody tell me? Whnt cnn I He let her passion run on for n few minutes, and then he sought, ns gently ns be could, to win her bnck to some composure. "Some one hns told you," ho said "In time. You don't hnve to go. Don't be nfrnld of anything Conwnrd may do. I will settle this score with him." She controlled herself, but when she spoke ngnln her voice hnd fear nnd' shame In It. "I I hnte to tell you. Mr. Klden. hut I must tell you I I took I let him give me some money to buy things. He snld maybe I wns short of money nnd I would wnnt to buy some new clothes nnd he would pay me extrn. In ndvnnce nnd he gave me fifty dollars nnd nnd I've spent It I" Eldcn swung on his heel and pneed the length of the olllee In quick, sharp strides. When he returned to where Miss Ward In stood, wrapped nbout in her misery, his fists were clenched and the veins stood out on the back of hit hands. dor "If I had n hundred dollars" ' "Scoundrel!" he muttered. "Scoundrel 1 And I have been tied to him. I hnve let him bind me; I have let him set tbe standards. Wei', now I know hlm. There was a menace In his last words that frightened even Gladys Wardlrf. well though she knew the menace was not to her, but ranged In her defense. "Here," ho snld, tnklng some bills from bis pocket. "You must tell Ulm you can't go tell him you won't go; you must return his money. I will lend you wluu you need. Don't be afraid. I will go with you" "But I can't take your money, either, Mr. Elden," she protested. "1 can't stay here nny longer. I will have no Job and I can't pay you back. You see I can't false It, even from you. Whnt. a fool I was I For a few 94 g ,t. t.y In" ! ' that" By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. A sUhconilnlftee of the eruite committee on military nffnlrs ' mid tbe foundation for mllliury Rlslntlon In n bill approved by II nnd Just Introduced by Senator of New York, eliiilrinnii of the committee. The proposed legislation contains features not heretofore Included In military legislation In this country. One of these features tn military training. It Is proposed tn estnbllsli universal military training ns n means for Ainerlcnnlzllig nil young men of mllltnry nge. Sertlon fll of the Wiiilswnrth bill provides Hint all male citizens of the fulled States (excluding resbbnts of Alaska and the Insular possessions) nnd Including those who have declared their Intentions to become citizens, other than persons specifically excepted by tbe leglslntlon, shnll, .n nttnln-Inthe nge of eighteen yenrs or within three yenrs thereafter, he subject to military or nnval training, and shall be Inducted Into the nrmy or navy for this purpose; nnd shnll he subject to training ellher In the nrmy or nnvy for n totnl period of four months- and for such further time as may be reasonably necessary for enrollment, tmd ilemoh'tttlzntfon-- . Choice Is Given the Young Man. Tin' proposed legislation neeonls to. nil young men who have reached the nce of eighteen the privilege of electing In such mnnner nnd nt such time ns mny be prescribed by regulation whether the training shall legln when they nttnln the nge of eighteen years or whether It shnll be deferred for not more thnn tbre- - years; nnd they nre nlso to hnve tbe privilege of saying whether they desire to ,trnln In the e army or the navy, and ns far us they nre Jo be trained In accordance with Ibelr expressed desfre. Any mnle alien who has been a I evident of the United States for not less than one year nnd Is quail (led to a citizen In all respects except residence, nnd who. If n citizen, would. be liable for training, mny, with b's consj-n- t nnd under such regulntlons ns mny be prescribed, be Inducted Into the service for training purposes. On tbe honorable completion of the training the alien shall receive n certificate to that effect and shnll have the privilege of electing forthwith to become n citizen, upon applying for naturalization, within six months after the Issue of the certificate to nny court hnv-In- g jurisdiction to confer naturaliza- training. tion. Make Up of Regular Mrmy. Vocational Training Provided. The permanent personnel, thnt Is to Tbe training under the Wndsworth sny the regular army, will be made up Nil Is to Include general educational of one general of tho nrmy, 20 major training nnd vocational training In generals, CO brigadier generals. Oil npproprlnte trades which mny be colonels, CSS lieutenant colonels, 2,202 In wnr nnd useful In penre, majors, 4,584 captains, 4,3r5 first lieusuch ns scientific ngrlculture, physi- tenants, nnd 2,752 Fecond llcuten-nntn hygiene, cal training, Instruction the officers nnd enlisted men of Instruction In American history, prin- tbe medlcul service, the corps of ciples nnd forms of government, nnd cbapliiTns. tbe warrant officers, tbe flysuch other Instruction nnd training ns ing cadets of the air service and mny be adapted to quality those re- '203,200 enlisted men. ceiving It for the performance of their The base of Initial monthly pay for duties ns citizen soldiers. Tbe train- the enlisted men Is fixed ns follows ing to be given In the different nrens by the sennte bill: Master sergeants, of the country Is to be ndnpted to tlielr 5100; technical sergeants, $75; first respeetlvo cllmntlc, agricultural, edu secants, $75; staff sergeants, $00; cutlonnl nnd other conditions. All re- sergeants, $50; corporals, $40; pricruits for Induction Into the service vates (first cluss), $30, nnd prlvntcs uro to be subjected to n physical nnd (second cluss), $25. There Is n propsychological examination, Including cnll.stjjd men shnll recejje such tests ns mny be necessary In or vision that an Incrense of 10 per cent oT the uer 10 ueiermine wneiner or not tneir Initial pay of their grade for each five subsequent service shall bo with com years of sendee, not to exceed ti total bat or special troop units. The regiilatioils go've'rumR tbe mil- Incrense of 40 per cent. The nlr corps itary and vocntlonnl tnilnltiR ace, under legislation proposed.ls, of course, al Hie provisions of tbe Wndsworth bill, new. It provides for a permanent perto be prepared by n committee from sonnel of tho nlr cprps'conslstlng of tbe general staff. Each man Inducted one chief of nlr corps, with the rank Into the service for training Is to re of major general nnd 1,550 officers ceive pny at the rate of $."1 a month nnd 21.000 enlisted men. Then there during the training period, besides Is to be n reserve nlr personnel consisttrnnsportntton, clothing, luundry, shel- ing of nil reserve officers and reter, subsistence and all necessary med-Ic- servists of the organized reserves nnd dental attendance. Citizens nnd National Gunrd of tho United or subjeefsvof uny country with which JStutes assigned to the air corps tho United States may be nt war nre, units f General Staff and War Council. of course, exempt from tlw training, ns ure divinity students. The general stnff of the nrmy under the proposed leglslntlon will be Reserve Is Created. '. . . rr. .. new 1110 senate nrmy bin pro- tho responsible bead of the country's vides that every young mini nfier fighting force. It will be Its duty to completing tho, four months of mill: prepare plans for national defenso, tary training provided for In the for tbe use of the mllltnry forces for bill shall become a reservist who will that purpose, both separately and In be assigned to nn organization of the conjunction with the navnl forces. It will be Its duty to nlwnys huve ready national guard or of the organized establishment for the locality In plans for mobilization of the manhood which bo lives, nnd will serve therein of tho nation nnd Its material refor n period of five years, when he sources In case of un emergepcy. It will bo required to Investigate and rewill be transferred to the unorganized reserves. Under regulntlons to be port regularly on all questions affectprescribed by the president, any re- ing the efficiency of the nrmy nnd its servist, upon change of residence, mny stute of prepnrcdness for mllltnry opbo transferred to the appropriate or- erations. The office of undersecretary of ganization of tlio national guard of the United Stntes, or of the organized re- wnr Is created by the proposed legisserves establishment for the locality lation. He If to be appointed by the of Ids new lesldence, so far us the president, receiving n salary of $10,. needs of the service will permit. Each 000 a year, mid In the absence of the reservist will be assigned to or from secretury of war Is to perform the A time to time transferred to that nrm duties assigned to that official. or branch of the servlce-whic- h he may war council, another new organizaelect or for which he may be found tion, Is to be composed of the underto be best qualified. Hut no reservist secretary of war and the chief Wild-wort- - prnf-tlenhl- Jie-co- cnn. under Hie provisions of the proposed legislation, be Hsslgned or trmiv ferred to nn organization if tbe National Guard of Hie United Slates without his (onsent. Tbe number of reservists who hnve completed their training In the training fnrws thai maybe assigned tn"lho National Guard will bo prescribed by regulations of the wnr department, but It shall not In any year exceed of the maximum strength of tho National Guard' of tlio entire country. All young men who huye completed the military training course nnd have not been iimMruimI lo tbe National Guard become of the United Stntes orgniilzed reserves; May De rained to De Olflcer. While assigned to the organized reserves, reservists wilt be subject to mobilization and additional training for two annual periods of not to exceed two weeks each during their membeishlp therein. Any reservist nsslgned to thu orgnnlzed reserves who desires to qualify ns-- n noncommissioned olllcer or ns n commissioned olllccr may tuke nddltloual training. A reservist may be commissioned In the organized reserves for n period of years. The grades nnd ratings for reservists assigned to or enlisted In the- National Guurd, or In the orgnnlzed reserves, nre to be the snme ns grades, ratings and rates of pny provided for enlisted men for the permanent personnel of the nrmy. The organized reserves under the proposed legislation will be liable to cull for military service by the president only when congress shall declare that national emergency exists The1 maximum strength of tbe National Guard of the United States under th( proposed legislation. Is to be approximately equal to SOO officers anil en- listed men, or reservists, for encli senator or representative In congress. Make Ups of the Army. Under tbe army reorganization plnn the new army of tbe United States will consist of tbe overseas garrisons, tbe home forces, the Guurd of tbe United States, tl the organized reserves and tbe resolves. These vnrlous components will be subdivided Into the ' Igitde, the division, tbe nrmy corps and ariny headquartcrswwllh their do- tnchmeiits and troops. Tbe contending arms ure, to be comjKised of the , Infantry tbe cnvnlry. tbe field the coast artillery corps, the air corps, the corps of euglueers, the slg-ncorps, tlu general staff corps, the adjutant general service, the Inspector general service, the Judgo ndvocnte general's service, the quartermaster's service, the medlcnl service, the ordnance service, the finance service, tho trnnsportntton service, the construction service, the chemical wnrfnre service and the corps of chaplains. Under tho general scheme of organization there will be n permanent nnd n resenc personnel. The perma-en- t personnel will be properly knowi."w The reserve as the regulnr army. personnel will Include the Nutlonnl Gunrd, which Is to be known ns the National Guard of the United States, nnd the reserve corps, which will be built up through universal military one-tfil- rd 1 tn 11 ' ul unor-gunlze- nrttl-lery- nl nec-essu- s, ji across the frontier. staff.' ti Pago Four THE CITIZEN NOTICE TO CITIZENS January 29, 1930 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A The Mary Plckford Alms woro shewn to n largo nndienco in tho Collego Chapel on Monday night unScicnllflo horso shooing, flno Iron When the United States Government decided to thp nuspices of tho Progress work and repairs of all descriptions der Club. Tho proceeds go to tho systematize and perfect the banking system of the at tho Collego Dlacksmllh Shop, of Hip Cemetery. Citizen Main Street, north of Tho United States, it created the Federal Reserve System, Miss Mary Adams spent a fow and Quality are combinad. Office. days at tho end of tho wcok with which has been an absolute success, and now has re ed in everything her sister, .Grace, in Riohmond. sources of nearly SIX BILLION DOLLARS. L. 4 N. TIME TABLE comes from our store. At a recent meeting of tho Folk-I.eSociety the lopio Northbound This bank, as a member of the Federal Reserve for discussion under tho lcadorship Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. System, assures to depositors the unassailable strength of Miss Dlcoro was: "English Bat-la- ds Train No. 38 12:18 p. m. Trade ivrth us, and ability to serve which membership brings. of tho Kentucky Mountains." No. 32 5:13 p. m. Train Chester L. Robertson, of Bcrea, InIV c '11 both male money Southbound We cordially invite you to deposit your Savings terpreted tho music of tho ballads Train No. 3112:40 a. m. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, on tho cornet lo tho interest and with us, as well as to transact any other banking busiTrain No. 3312:25 p. m. Secretary, Bcrea College. pleasure of thoso prcscnL Train No. 37 1:10 p.m. ness which you may have. In addition .to safety fer Mrs. Tnrlcton Combs was called ! ROOK PARTY lo Hazard tho latter narl of the MRS. EVA WALDEN your funds, you obtain the highest character of Mrs- - "iltpr. l"o charming hostess Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bowling and woek on account of tho Sick- prompt, courteous, and efficient service. son, Orovcr, arrived In New Mex- ms ' Boono Tavorn, entertained at nnri iiAnth nf hnr hrnihnr. rook Saturday, January 24. Tho ico all right. Orovcr stood tho trip H. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Mlnnlch. Throo of Mr. Mln- very well. mukinir their gathering was an Informal affair. inh's hnvA have. E. F. Dimey, Principal Little Ruth ningham has boon ill homo witli Mr. and Mrs. Combs, A few friends of Mrs. Rllter mado Prof. McKccan, of lho RatclilTe tho last week, but is ablo to bo in their mother having died two years an1 served somo very delightful fudge while games were in prog Chautauqua gavo a talk at Chapel school now. Mr- - and Mrs. Simon Munoy ago. Earl Hannaford of. Wlnthrop, also attended tho funeral and will ress. Tho parly dispersed at 11:30, Monday morning. . Despite the disagreeable weather, Mass., who has been visiting at tho bring tho litllo daughter to livo with and every one agreed that It was school remtlnues full. , a most delightful occasion. Thoso homo of riov. Howard Hudson, re- them for tho present. Mrs. Muncy was called to Hazard turned to his homo tho last of tho again attending woro Mrs. Riltcr, hostess; on account of the sickness nnd Miss Nora Azbill is homo Alias T.nnimnrA onnnrlnf nnrtnnl nf week. after a visit to Mrs. R. II. McGulro's JOHN W. WELCH, Presides! JOHN L. GAY, Caikier of her uncle. College Hospital; Miss Miller, head Mrs. Dan Brcck, a guest of Boono in Ashoville, N. C. M,w PP"eil " Mr. Jo,r,,!m Tavern who is under treatment of G. G. Hibbard, of Manchester, nurse of samo institution; Miss Par - .. iwenci Dr. Anderson at Robinson Hospital, ... ou iee.. member- nf VnrnHnnal " " Xl- It.. sick If.. had tho plpasuro of being with her Center street. Ho also bought the ,,r- "mcr-- "osl ,r- waru .iam,i iuiji rvT.l mis uu uiu .!!. imi hnnlf nl tin trtalr two young children, stfn and daugh- f memner or vocational faculty; Mr.i .inrlnv filll tt"""" !. tunii lear Kingston and ruins r ' ter," over Sunday. Fleming (JrifMh, or treasurer's somo land adjoining it. 'OaJtlfcatf XpWfl comcs from Mi" Martha Bradley' Mrs. D. C. Shorlo and Mrs. Oliver Tho Ladies' Aid Sooloty of. tho ofllco, Bcrea Collego; Mr. ncan- - at Tuscola, III., that sho has Maupin were visiting with Mrs. Al- Christian Church met at tho par Kincald, of Bcrea Collego Commcr-- 1 sustained very painful injuries from OAKLAND OWNEILS IIEGULAIILY HE POUT HETUIINS OK FKOM II TO ti MILKS len Williams. Sunday. Thoy cial Department, sonago Tuesday 'afternoon. FROM T1IKA!.U)N Or CASOLIN: AND KltOM H.CM) TO IZ,e0 MILES ON TIRES a fall. Tho school joins In tho hope Mrs. D. C Shorto, of Jackson, aro planning to havo a social meet for a speedy recovery. spent last, woek with her parents. ing on February 11 at 7:00 p. m. to ESTEY ORGANS Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Robinson, on which all members of tho Church If any student of Bcrea College ThoPnbllc School was well repwishes lo purchaso an Esley Organ resented at tho Collego Chapel, Mon-elWest Chestnut street, aro invitdd. night, for tho Hoodlum. Mr. and Utae, of ButMrs. Bert Coddington spent tho for tho homo or tho church house, Mrs. Dr. Bartlctt and Mrs. Cruzo; ler, hnvo been visiting with Mr. and day, Tuesday, with .Mrs. Chester we will bo pleased to tako orders for Iho same, thru tho Cooperative served at school luncheon, Tuesday. Mrs. Voley Williams. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Harrcll VanWInklo Slore, shipping direct from the fac It is quito gratifying lo seo how tory and charging only -- factory fjiiickly tho new helpers adjust returned to Cincinnati Sunday after AFTERNOON TEA price, plus tho freight, and 25c for themselves (o tho luncheon sched srending several days in Bcrea. Mrs. Anna Ernbcrg served after clerical work. This, our Mr. Taylor ule. Mrs. L. 0. Loster has been spend ing several days in Berca with her noon tea in honor of tho Misses says, is tho finest organ in tho WEDDING son and daughter who arc in school Wilkes of Toronto., Can., who aro world. A very beautiful but quic'l wed Hugh Mahaffcy, of tho Academy slaying at Boono Tavorn. Several of department, spent tho week-en- d in the ladies of Bcrea Collego faculty Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. ding was solemnized Dec. Z at tho THIS OAKL IND 8F.NSIULE SIX IS rOWKHED WITH THE FAMOUS wero in attendance. KrOWLU homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bowling, Model Press Shop. Riohmond with his parents. OVERHEAIVVALVK OAKLAND ENGINE when tlleir daughter, Miss Addle, Mrs. L. C. Gabbard, who has been FOUND quite sick, is better. Somo money on tne was married to Mr. B. R. Fugato of DINNER Tho brldo is ono of Mrs. Jennie Lester Hill has been Committeo of sireet. owner may navo somo Dy Cincinnati. Tho Excculivo n guest for several days In tho homo American Legion, Clovoland Frost identifying it and paying for this Bere.i's well known and loved young of Mrs. Lou Hanson on Jackson St Post No. 50. served dinner Saturday aei. Sam Tovli women nnd quite an accomplished musician, having taught music for Mr. lork. of Richmond, was in ovenlncr at Boono Tavorn. Tho Ex. a number of years in Be'rea. FOR TSALE. Buick, Berea the first of tho week. ccutivo Cammittee consists of Car- Tho bride woro a lovoly gown' of "Mrs. B. H. Gabbard spent the rol Crow Batson. adjutant; William excellent condition-$5- 00. steadily growing popularity of the week-en- d E. G. Walker, Berea, Phone 191 white satin nnd laco and carried a in Richmond with her A. Dean, finance officer; Earle G.I THE Sensible Six among Amerbeautiful bouquet of brides' roses. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Blovins. Walker, post historian; Harold W. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the Clothing to clean, Tho groom Is a young man of sterMr. Lester Hill, who Is engaged In Hackett, e 'Karl T. WANTED car for continucapacity of this ling qualities and well known as a work in Western Kentucky for the Waugh, chaplain; Fleming Grif press, repair, or alter. Even in those ous and economical service. traveling salesman thru western Model Press Shop. h. S. Agricultural Department, is fith, commander. districts where roads arc unimproved and Kentucky. spending several days in Berca. garage facilities arc lew and far bctwcccn, ed Tho wedding ceremony was Miss Millie Morgan, en routo to 0. L. GABBARD, AUCTIONEER the Oakland keeps to its work day after Sallio Hall, Center sireet Mrs. by Bro. Hudspeth of tho Louisville to visit her brother, John in Madison and adjoining counties. day and month after month, quietly, will .tako boarders by the week. Morgan, stopped over in Bcrea with It is a comfortuninterruptedly. Iii.7mLi Seo mo nt tno Welch Barber Shop., Christian church. Only Iho Immo-ella- to a 2U32 m un, members of tho family and a . able car, e.xcccdingi) roomy and her father, F. M. Morgan. 4w-3- 1. few friends wero present, tho wed sale. and because of its high ratio of power to Miss Gertnido Slusher, grand ding bolng a quiet affair on account weight, its action is brisk and responsive daughter of F. M. Morgan, spent the week-en- d of tho serious Illness of Iho bride' We Clean White Kid Gloves. Only immense manufacturing resources, with her grandfather and Model Press Shop. brother, Grovcr. Tho wedding took and a production of unusual magnitude, returned to her homo in Lexington placo at 4:30 p.m.- - A light supper make possible the very moderate price at Monday. which it is sold. SALESMEN WANTED to solicit was served and tho couple left ImThe Child Welfare Specialists are Sell orders for lubricating oils, greases mediately after in an auto for Richexamining the cUildren of Berea r and paints. Salary or commission. mond, whero thoy took tho train for TOUKINO C"a ANII ItOAlOTtH tWt K.Q.H. I'OWTIAC MlCII. now. They will bo glad to examine Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleve a short wedding trip. Tho best all children under seven years of wishes of JLheir many friends go land, Ohio. age This is an opportunity which And with them. Thoy will bo at homo evory parent should take. Have 111 Cincinnati R. B. DOE after February 1. your children examined. Berea, Ky. Khone 18 (Tho abovo Item was mailed to has fitted up a now barber shop on Sell "Boss" Parsons, has recently purappreciate Tho Citizen the week of tho weel- Short street. Ho will chased tho A. J. Smith property on ding, but failed lo reach Us desti the patronage of his friends. Center street. Mrs. Smith will move Them L2w-3- 2 Advertisement nation until now.) to Mississippi in order to be with . DR. REUEL BARTLETT her husband-whos- o work has been announces tho removal of his office Community Kitchen Lost a Eight Grey-mixOver in tho South for somo timo and has January 31 Pork Roast, not ovor to the Front Suite of Rooms coal, slightly worn, between Kings- provontcd hlsbeing much at home. Berea National Bank Building Ion and Rogersvillo, Madison Coun 50c (perhaps less) per pound. Mrs. Wash Dykes, of Richmond, Having bought out the Obstetrics, General Practice and ty. Finder please notify, or leave Cup cake, 3o unlced; 5o iced. and Miss Mary Adams were In Cincoal business formerly coat with J. F. rcan, i'trca Ban: r cult uciatin, not over 25o per Children's Diseases. cinnati, Monday, shopping. . . Ofllco Hours: 8:30-10:owned by Mr. Ballus & Trust Co.; or notify Elmer Click, pint. tun. Mrs. J. E. Strong and two chlldftn 2.30- - 4:00 p.m. Wilson, I am prepared Kcrby Knob, Ky. Will bo rewarded. February 7 Meat Loaf, 54o per i elurncd Saturday from a visit with Ky. to servo all his custo- Thursday afternoon and Sundays loaf. , relatives at Emory, Va. by appointment. mers and all now ones,. Salad Dressing, I5o per cup. DR. CHARLES FOX ANDERSON Phono: Offlco at tho some location on Residence 3. Mlnco Plo, 30o per pio. Specialist In diseases of tho nor- Depot 8trcet, Wo will vous system and affections of tho February 14 Baked Beans, 12o , doliver promptly to all spino, is now nssooiatcd with Iho per pint. parts of tho city. dive-uJohn F. Dean J. V. Hcrndon Brown Breed. 12o per loaf. Rehinson Hospital, Bcrea, Ky. Of a call or phono No. 01. Mlnco Plo, 30o per plo. ' ' fice hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 2 to 5 p.m. ATTENTION Heart Cookies. (Sundays by special appointment. " 31-The first of March is coming when Beware boojlcg liquor, warns tho it will bo Impossible to glvo posses United States Publio Health Sorvlco, sion of farms; better buy whllo you FOR SALE Two Ford Touring Cars In good for much of it contains wood alco can got them. Wo havo somo Bar Berea Kentucky condition. Ono 2W H. P. vertical hoi and other poisons. An ordl- - gains If taken beforo March 1st. typo I. II. & gasoline onglno and nary swallow of wood alcohol may Hcrndon has quit his rambling nu wood saw, manglo and produco death or blindnoss. DONT around, framo completcalso a water pump, RISK IT. F. L. MOORE'S Slnco Iho "beautiful enow" has good as now. covered tho ground. (Advertlsemohl) Hart & McCroary But nt "The Bank" ho may bo seen, Conferring with his partner, Doan. So if you want a farm or home, Just como and lot your wants bo FOR I havp a few choice farms Ultra GleBweed Boy (54900) known. and some town properties fatCtotkes First Class Repairing In fact, whato'cr your needs may "be, This Dull has been licensed and is for sale-Theso aro tho men whom you AND ready for scrvico at my place at should seo. -west end of Berea. Fine Line of Jewelry W. F. KIDD Phono 120-- 3. Ask for pedigree. Como on lo Fee is 13.00, b4 is 4st was Tclrptut H: 68 Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky service Is rendered. MAIN ST. BEREA, KT. DEAN & HERNDON Bcrea, Kentucky Real Estate Agent M. L. SPINK, BEREA, XT. Best Blacksmithing I Cln-eirn- atl re Wo aro sorry Indeed to annonco that wo must closd (ho doors of our Sunday night chapel to nil citizens of I lie town. Pleaso look at tho following figures and you will know that wo aro doing this becauso wo arc compelled to. Thero are 1730 students In Bcrea today, nnd, tho number Is Increasing dally. Our chapel holds only 1280 people. The upper chnpcl holds 300, making a tolnl of 1580 people. It is impossible for us to get all of our students in both chapels during tho Sunday night service. For this reason wo havo excused all town students , from attending Sunday but vc must look after our board ing students. There is n plan on fool to have thrco chapels for Sun day night. If this movement goes through wo mny bo nblo to throw open our doors to citizens. nlght-chapel- NEW LOCATION I am in my new location ready for business, with n complete line of everything Rendy - to - Wear. Also a fine line of Millinery. Style Up-to-Da- te Uncle Sam's Bank A that a Berea National Bank -- -- Fiillv "''l '" u m-uui- - "-- ay Mrs-Geo- rge FUGATE-BOWLIN- G OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX cr; well-mad- pcr-fcrm- ... com-potentl- y, easy-ridin- "We Hats, Boone Tavern Garage -- Right!" ed New Coal Dealer Mrs. Laura Jones Berea, 00 7-- 2; 7-- Quality Shoes. and s HOME-SEEKER- Clothes 33 J. S. Gott . ch Hats Reg. Guernsey Bull Real Estate Jewelry Store WW J. M. Coyle & Co. PltES DENT I S OFFICE THE CITIZEN Jnminry 20, 1020 Pago Flvo The Citizen A family Newspaper for all thai It right true, and Interesting Publlihwl DR. W. SOLF SENATE1S URGED TO REBUKE The Citizen Fountain Pen This pen retails at $j.oo and $i.$o. Wc give it and one year's subscription to The Citizen for $2.00. To anyone wli i will send us three subscriptions lor one year at $1.50 each (the regular price) we will give a pen free. ery Thurndtr at Bwa, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. SIS (Incorporated) WM. O. FROST, Editor-Jn-ChJ. O.LFIIMAN, M.n.t.nr Editor Subicriptlon Ratei PAYAI1I.K On (Hi Month . Threr Monthe IN ADVANCB U.KO Wl SO ! Yrr nMir. Draft. llealltn-r-i rent tump. The date after four nam Brtid money br Poei-eO- re' Itlr. or Kaprria Miitiritfu' mr nM iibl Iwnl I ' are notified. IJberal terms (Wen to an who obtain new tub. I aerlptlons for us. Any one aendlna; ua four yrsrIH aubserlptloni can rerelve The Cltlten free for on on label thnwsto what data ymir aubacrtptlon Is paid. If It la not chanced within three weeka after renewal ffiftlfy oe. Mining numla-rwill lie arlaullr aupplleil If we, ' I 13 di , Rcso'nllon Hits the Admiral for Breach of Confidcnco. SELF-FILLIN- G FOUNTAIN $2.00 PEN r ... gfH LODGE RUSHES Senator "H DcFET Dorah of Idaho Arpro Warning, Given to Commander-S- ays Senate It Mak ny Mountain Out of Mole Hid. Advertitlnf rates on application. rear. CUUrTCHES TO SPEND MILLION DOLLARS IN AN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN An Associated Press dispatch from I Allnntlo City tlYo nasi week slated tlml Tlio Inlcrcliurch World Move- mem nan uociueu upon a nowspaper advertising campaign In connection, with IU progrnm or evangelizing llio world. It was slated that leaders of tho movement liad given tholr ap- -' to tills nlnn. which will slnrli with tho church press about Fobru. nry, I, nnd Includo practically ovory medium or publicity, Including tho rural nowspaportf or tho country, In nn cfTort lo bring tho world ovangol-Izatlo- ti plan directly lo all tho people. Tho decision followed a three-da- y conference at Atlantic City, In which Dr. R. II. Crossllcld, president of Transylvania Collego at Lexington, represented that institution. Ono of tho alms of Iho'lntorchtircli World Movemonl is to avoid duplication of work among tho churches in tho raising or tho amount needed ror tho evangelization work of tho Christian denominations. O. A. R. AND YV. R. C. INSTALLAV )r, v, Solf, r.imr German forelgi minister. I mentioned ns one of ihe possibilities In connectlnn with Hie I'olntmriit of n German ainhnRxnilur to tho United States. Doctor Solf was nt mm time governor of Snmon nnd Inter colonial minister la the old regime. al BRITISH POLICE HEAD ' KILLED IN DUBLIN Found Shot to Death In One of City' Main Thoroughfare! Police Am. bushed, Kill One. Dublin, Jun. 21. Assistant Commissioner of Police Hedniond wns shot mid killed nt 0:30 o'clock this evening In llnrcourt street, ono of Dublin's thoroughfares. When assailed, Redmond drew IiIm pistol nnd tired two shots In lil Ilu fell with his uutoitiutlc In liitnd. Redmond recently mux brought to TION Tho January meetings of Capl. Dublin from Hclfnst. where lie had James West Post, Grand Army or 'ecn n successful constabulary otllcer. Dublin ii uxxNt In Tho Republic and tho Auxllary Wo. police nnd secure Increased the elllclene) man's Roller Corps, wcro held In n the tletectlve deiiirtnient, In view tho Parish House. Tho new officers if the murder of several isillceuieii. or llio Post, ror 1020, aro as follows: for which no nrret have been made. Commander, Henderson Wheeler; Tl'urlc. Irelnnd, Jan. 21. Another Senior S. 0. constable was shot nnd badly wounded last night while returning to hlx hulue Lninhart; Junior Armed sipiads Inter searched .Trwhtin Mooring: Adjutant and D. M.. here. die dlxtrlct. No urrests were made. j LoVant Dodgo; Chaplin, H. C. A.-Kllrush, Ireland, Jan. 21. In nil en- Hollingsworth; Surgeon, iToraco outlier netir here totlay a supioeu Voles t Officer or tho Day, Jos. M. sinn V r wns killed. l'ollceuiei Oahherl: Officer oj tho Guard. Geo, Here removing their belongings from W. French: Palriollo Instructor. k.'1"' village f Cooraclare to Knock In Wm. Morrlss; Sergeant Major, Wm ii motor vim. when they were tired on i nun both Miles of the road. M. Hayes; Quartermaster Sergeant, Four bicycle nollceiiieii retunied the W. H. nickncll. lite. killing one nnd capturing two of Tho ofllccrs or tho Corps for tho ihe nttncklng party. The body of the samo period aro as (ollows: Presiunn fetl Into the river nnd was swept dent, Mrs. Alma Gabbard; Senior awny by the current The policemen Vico President, Mrs. E. L. Hanson; encniHil Injury. Junior Vico PrcsIdcnlMrs. Ora Aler, or, Washington. .Inn. tlecliirlni; that the net Ion of It ir A in I ml Slinx in milking puMIc "oiiii BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY InxIriK'tliiliH jif the moot rontlih it, CALLENDAR i character." affecting iiiicrmitlomil Inllnnx dexiTved Ihe t im.iIi inn.' Thursday, January 39 nil Auierlennx. wax Introduced In M 0:15-7:3- 0 p.m., Dormitory Prayer ieniiti by Setintor Wnlxti (Hem.) ,l Meeting. 'in, n member of the niiMil riiliiui 7:30-8:3- 0 tee. p.m., Church Prayer McoL .Seuntnr WiiMi'x reitiel for I nni'"' Ing. ale ciinxlderaltim wns denied on ' Friday, January 30 Jectlnii by Senator Lodce. 9:30-0:5- 0 a.m., Department ConferThe rendtitlon qnolrd nun Ihe le'. ences. tir rend by Admiral S'ttix Inxl SnUr day beforo Hie seiinle cftimnlMi e ii 0:15-7:p.m., Vesper Socials, Calls. In wh'- 7:10-0:vextliriHliic mivnl p. m., General Faculty the admiral nhl that before he lo Meeting: Reasons ror and against I. Ihe I'nlled Slnlea for Ktirnpe Taylor, Protracted McfUngs .Miir.h 11117. he vnx told by a hi'.--' Fielder, Miss Bowersox. mtal oillcliil not m "let the Hi III" Saturday, January 31 . pull the wool over your ejex; 't i. Itlng Ihel 0:30-9:5- 0 a.m., Divided Chapels-Founda- tion fone of our bulnex-- i Sch'-oocliexiniifi out of thi lire; we xvnuii in Parish na coon llglrt the IlrltMi ns Hit (Set House. mans." Examinations ror First Semester, Declares Disclosure Repreflenslble. Collego nnd Academy. "Admiral Sims muxt have and dl' CM5-7:p.m., Freo Vesper Hour. If thej minder ihexe lnxtnictlon. 7:30-0:3- 0 p.m.. Literary Societies. moxl ever were git en, to be of the Sunday, February 1 hli.hl.iNionndenlhil clutrncter." Ihe re a.m., Collego Sunday- olutlim vald. nihllng that hlx nijlon In 9:15-10:iinikliii; them public dexerved unit erf sehtol. snl n ml iiiii)tuilineil illxnppnivnl. 0:15-7:1- 5 p. m., Young Peoples' "I in mil but believe that whether Meetings. the niliiioiililiin hvnx or wns not given 7:30-8:p.m., Chapel Worship: to Ailmlrnl Sims, the disclosure under Upper Chapel, Dr. Waugh; Main must realmost any elrcumxtnnees Chapel, Dr. Hulchins. ceive the djxapprovnl of every Amerl-enn.Monday, February 3 mid Senator Wnlxh. 30 10 l '!.. Tho pens nro mado by skilled workmen from high grado material. Tho pen points aro solid 14K gold, tipped with hard iridium. Thoy aro hand tempered, hand buffed and smooth writers. Tho scientific construction of tho reed or ink conductor carries tho ink to tho point in Just tho proper amount. Tho subscopll-lar- y ducts retain molsturo at tho pen point and prevent the ink from flooding. Tho automatic filling dovlso is of tho vislblo compression button style. Tho direct button controlled prcssuro upon thp bar, gets a full supply of ink by simply dipping tho point in the ink, depressing tho button and releasing no muis, no fun, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness. The most practical and reliable pea ever offered to tho publle. Every pen has a "Wawoo" unlimited guaranlco in the box with tho pen. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. I'rlvaje Rooms, Ilathi, Electric Service. Sun-l'arlo- Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE Come in and visit an establishment, which It a friend In need, ) and In reach of all the people. Roiikrt Harlan Dudlcy, H. Cowlry, M.D., Physician M.D., I'hrslclan Maroarkt S. Grant, . D., Physician Mtss Mary Lonoacrr, R.N., Superintendent Miss Nellik Miller, R N., Head Nurse 1 CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March I, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same 1 per day. By Order of Prudential Committee, Ilerea College suburb of Cutlettshurg tvfio were said to be Isaac nnd Hebe KlrU, Pynthlaiia. Hitch Moss was shot accused of staying Sheriff Wells nnd through the leg by M. N. Tolle, who Detective Hnrmon, In Johnson county. accidentally discharged nn automatic pistol nt the Keller dlstlUery. Hopklnsvllle. The Pembroke Strawberry Growers' Association will Nlcholnstllle. The dam nt Union Increase Its average from 300 to COO Mills,, iloodworthy for seventy .years, acres this spring ;tn association has collapsed from recent high waters and heSn. formed here with 150 acres, and mud) tlnmage wns done below. at Elkon I'M acres have been pledged. 11 , iy the Adjutant (iciiciul company of Infantry. to organize men In 11 30 45 -- 30 " Vclnreil the resolution nffected n millper Socials, Calls. er tlml wux to be later Investigated Pay-ro- ll due; must bo 'In anil Senator Iidce Sludenl r Treasurer's ofllco by 5:00 p. m. -- i i i,J. i eonxhlerntlnn of the Tuesday, February 3 he (.'round Hint It contnlnel a.m., Department Chapels. ifte iliirvex ncnlnst one of the mnt 9:30-9:5- 0 n'Hiiliieiit nl'leers of the American 0:30-7:3- 0 p.m., Harmonia, Choral ntvy. without islvlng him nn npxir Classes. unity to defend himself. Close or First Semester Boiah Approves Warning. Vocation between First and Second lii'lityiiiK io an inquiry by Senator Semester, Collego and Academy. i (lt' i.). tihiho, whether Admlnil Wednesday, February 4 .iu- - volutiti ered hlx letter. Chairman 9:30-D:a.m., Department Chapels. Utile nf the ilicoratlnns p. m., Cabinet. xald: "The ailmlrnl produced It because I 1:00-5:p. m., Exhibition. iinx'nl. I am entirely willing to take 0 p. m., Vesper Exhibition. reo-'itlniHt'i-iil50 15 Snnii'i .M '"orinlrk ilt?p.). IHp 0:15-7:3- 0 p.m, Band Practice, Ves- i- 4e. len; Chaplain Mrs. W. France Hays; Trcastno- -, Mrs. Salllo V. Iiickncll; Secretary and Assistant NOW GOOD TIME TO BUILD Treasurer, Mr Mary H. Dodgo; Conductor, Mrs. Salllo P. Wyalt;iMlnv Re,n, Whv Th0ia Who Ar. Guard, Mrs. I.ydia Hollingsworth; Thinking of Construction Should Get It Started. Patriotic Instructor, Mrs Martha Harrison; Press Corespondent, Mrs., Salllo V. nickncll; Musician, Mrs. Mulltllnjt done these days la quite t be good building; better , certain Clara Olmslead. quality In ti..o Installation exercises for tho than the overage ,proernentlltimes whpn rra, egtnt0 Blv poit wcro conducted by Prorossor wore uctlvcly carrteil on. Thl9 ,H u I.oVunt Dodge, and thoso for UlO p,,,,t worth conslderlne as an offset. Corps by Mrs. W. Franols Hoys, tho In part, to high prices or material nnd IiIkIi w ii en In the building trades, Department Prcsldont. Contractor are sure to take unusual On tho third Saturday or tho month, Mrs. Hays and Mrs. Dodgo pnhiH to pleane those who Rive them arc not isitedT. D. Scdgowick Woman's Ro- tiuxlnexs. They at times, obliged, as they have been, to put lip ller Corps, at Richmond, whero Mrs. with almost any labor, however tncou-petenHays installed tho officers, Mrs. that enn be found, even anion? Dodgo acting as conductor, (rumps and Idlers. There have been periods, such as the Inst year of tin Rals cost ovory person In tho wnr, when the stuifunrds were bo low. ,,,ut B,most unone who cou,d or ono cent United States ono-ha- lf U u ' WU8 ,e" day, says tho United States Pub- ii Health Service. Wrllo to IhQ hired for service which needed pains-li- e Intrf tak Rupert Dluo. General N Wasington. I). a, for an Instruotlvo trudes tlmt trluuteBt0 tll0 buaiuv bulletin on how to got rid or them. (rf u Uwulllng or n huauem block thero Is a strong desire to make tho work ' llol hoiuo pooplo aro llko hot done ro satisfactory that It will lead All who hnvn house planU. Thoy can't slapd ox. to more employment. posuro to sovoro weather, mya Iho'u'iJlhfnB to do with reul estate Stales Publlo Health Scr- -, provemcnts are unxlous to pr oraote a Sleep with tho windows open and koep ovory room well vcntl- - TIu.g0 rac,8 ure (mporinnt. Thoy are latcd. worthy of consideration by all who ure dealing with building problems. Hi-- I t, - Thursday, February 5 that Admiral Sims could So- the committee ordered the 7:30 a. m., Opening of Second moslcr. Senator. Itoniti letter's production, a. m., Department Lcc nld he tliniitlit the senate as "milk-'n- 9:30-10:ii moiintiiln out of n mole hill In lures: Arranged by Deans. hlx entire ntfalr." r3:i5-5:2- 0 p. m., Prudential Commit The warning given to Admiral Slinx tee. agnhiM letting the Itrltlsh "pull the 0:45-7:p.m., Dormitory Prayer Declaring i.it (dijeet If -30 ill h1 Sm-geo- THE BEST NOVEL OF THE YEAR "ERSKINE DALE, PIONEER" by JOHN FOX, JR. U bow running in SCRIBNER'S lae MAGAZINE ROOSEVELTS LABOR LETTERS .Meeting. Senator Itorah, who wild the'olUclal 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer Meot- idtlng It xhotild be commended. ing. "I don't see nnytldng to censure lllier Secretary Daniels or the ndmlr-tl,- " said XIr. Horah. "It was a very iroMT ndinonltlon. and I regret that OHIO FARM FOR SALE he secretary has denledNt." A farm or 207 acres in tho Big Senator Walsh said the whole ques-'owas over disclosure of conflden-.In- l Miami Valley, near Lebanon, Ohio. orders by the admiral, ..ml Sena-o- r Farm is level to gently rolling; imm houso with Thoinnx (Dein.), Colorado, said It proved with a .eeined to Ii tn tluv4 there was "gross furnaco heat and electric lights, violation of somebody's, confidence." smokehouse, woodhouso, barn 60x70, Senator Phelnii (Dein.), Callfornln. silo, well fenced, 10 acres in bottom, 'nqtilred whether the committee's which is in alfalfa; 50 acrC3 in blue-gras- s, proposed to consider 00 acres in corn last year, 32 of Ailmlrnl Sims If he acted ' nnd Senntor Hale replied acres or this sowed to wheat. This 'hat the whole field would be covered, is a fino stock farm, welt watered including general hiyestlgntlon of, the .for stook; will ralso whito burloy oiiduct of the wnr In connection with tobacco to a finish; but boys, sho is navnl matters a corn and hpg farm lo a finish and General Barnett Opposes Sims. 'a bargain for $22,000f $10,000 down, IU fore the invextlgal- balanco' $1,000 each year at 6 per tig the a want of naval decorations. .Major Oenernl Harnett, comihandant cent. Will includo with above farm of the marine corps took lsstv with 40 head of cattle, 00 head of hogs, previous ".tittements by Admiral blms 0 head of good horsos, 60 acres corn, to Ihe commltti'c that Ihe controversy 20 tons of hay, complete set of farm had arisen becnuxe Secretory Daniels ing implements for $29,000. had not promulgated a Writo for frco prico list, I have policy to Kiivcrn award. any size, prico or location desired. There wns "no need fora policy promulgated by the secrctnry regard- Remomber I pay your train faro in ing medal awnrdx," he explained, be- coso you buy. Write or caH on, R. L. JOHNSON, cause the law authorizing the decorations wns sulUclcntly explicit to guide Phone 303 Somerset, Ky. comtnnudlng olllcers In submitting Offico over M. L. Cover's. their recommendations. Ills own recommendations ns to maKENTUCKY NEWS rine olllcers who served In tho United (Continuod from page one) were not followed In tho maStates jority of enses, flenerol Harnett Mnyflcld. Mrs. "AiTnotta Jones, 01, change. nnd he had expressed regret to died at the homo of her son near West Mr. Daniels, who told hlni "that the Plains from bums sustained when her Proper Home Important. line had to be drawn somewhere If Ihe, To provldo proper homes for the value nf Ihe medals was not to be de- clothing caught lire from a stove. peoplo Is ono of tho worthiest objects preciated." Winchester. The bursting of a waof human endeavor. Proper housing ter plpo on the third lloor of the conditions have been regarded as the I'crry building damaged furniture basis upon which alt other reforms WETS RALLIED BY GOVERNOR stored 011 the second lloor and stocks mid betterments must rest. Without decent homo surroundings, light and Edwards of New Jersey In HI of two ttrnis belunv, sales for the Inaugural Address Plana Tobacco T.exlnicfiin. ulr, proper sanitation, wo do not hove Prohibition End. v seiixon have reached a total of UO.OIM,-lUgood citizens. All of this has been said pounds ut an uvenige of &'4A( per muny times beforo. Tho surprising Trenton, N. J., Jan. 21. Gov. Ed- hundred. thing Is that In this country, at least, there has been comparatively llttlo In- wards, Democrat, In his Inaugural adwho de dress hero, reiterated his campaign Georgetown. The monument to ltev terest In It among pledges that ho "would do every law- olutlonary wildlers of Scott county has g hire to aid with their wealth the, of their fellow men. Money ex- ful thing to have it determined that arrived uml will be dedicated by the pended now In building verves a dou-bi- the present condition of affairs with I). A. It. In the spring. purpose, meets a coincident need, respect to prohibition had been Illegal(ho need for rmiilon.ent and housing. ly forced upon the people of this Central City. dipt. Richard Mo state." Cracken has been granted uuthorlty . n six-rooI ! cen-Hir- e d mil" over hi eyes wns approved by 30 Mabel, Cntlettshurg. Hnrrodsburg. When hogs rooted up dnughter of Jay Caitdlll, Paddle creek, striingelil to death during an attack of his blucgrass avenue during his abcroup, having been well nn hour be- sence Inst year, Wayne Wntts hod It plowed for reseedlng, then decided to fore. set tomatoes and has Just sold the crop for $2,012, for which' ho thanks Ktiinforit. .Timr ns J. V. Williams the hoes. and wife cleared lie Halloing Kork'j nrr.ipc, live emoiiiiKiiieni coiuip'seii 111111 Maystille. Mrs. Elizabeth Herron for si Invt the suit In which she sought to the road will be InipassnW' week, be made, guardian for her son, Thomas Herron, for whom the Hank of Mayshas tille wits appointed guardian. Compbellshurg. Notlllcatlon been received by Aaron Hardin that Heattyville. The county agent has Lorenzo Hardon, Ills son, a bugler, died while with the expeditionary forces In a proposal from a large packing Ami to build n cannery' here, provided France. farmers pledge themselves to grow 10Q . Howling (Jreen. Hccnuse they had acres' of tomatoes hereabouts. Joined the navy, charges against Chas. Jackson. II. S. Ad kins, Iwice Haranr Herman I'outon, nccus-e- of breakdy, nnd A. E. .Sllcott, Hazard, ing Into the Country Club, were discoal land In tills county ami missed will open a jnlne, their corporation to be known as the Perry-Hel- l Co. Danville. Hudson & Davis bought the Cogur Conl and Grain Company's In a letter to his parWinchester. business at Hnrrodsburg and will op- ents, the ltev. James Gumming, mistho management of Ederate under sionary to Korea, says lie is dally ward Dlllehay. working among lepers, nnd recently slept In a house with nine patients. Grayson. Charles Johnson and William Sparks, Elliott county, arrested Richmond. Mrs. narry Morgan, nt Hltchlns with three suit cases con- White's Station, lias sold eggs to tha ."vS quarts' of whisky, were sum taining of .$447 from 125 hens, In the last brought to jail here. twelve mouths, ufter reserving an abundance for fufnlly use and hatching. When J. O. Uoudo and wife were overcome with gas fumes In Whltesburg. Jos. Thomas, charged their home, she was able to reach u with hating shot and killed Rose neighbors, who telephone and call Watson, colored, escaped from Jail at saved their lives. Fleming. have-lease- d Frankfort. Charles Wlard, whose license number Is the same as Governor Morrow's majority In the November election, will trade auto tags wjth the Chief Executive, who drew the number 15,140. Winchester. Herbert Heflln's was wrecked when It col-- 1 llded with a semaphore In the street In the night. Newport. Atvjikened by tho movements of a burglar In the house, A. R. Unconscious of the Murray grappled with him, but was Lawrenceburg. approach of a train, Hurry McAfee thrown off and the burglar escaped. attempted to cross the railroad at the through u window with 75 cents. escaping when the depot, nurrowiy engine toYe off a front wheel and fodder: Falmouth. Joo Jackson sold 500 pounds of tobacco here, which a Grant county farmer claimed had beeu stolen from 'his born, and Jackson turned over to him $144 for which the leaf had been sold. Webster's New S;ot;trUC,,m " Stanford. In tearing out shelving In his storo for repairs, E. It. Ooleman found $50 In. bills between the casing and wall, Its presence there being a mystery of the long ago which has no explanation, Heottytilltv Latest jyord from Rose creek, where Durr Rader and Johnnie Freeiuau.wern klUod fotlowtnit n itnnrn. Is that they were shot' from ambush, and there Is no duo to tho Identity of their slayers. t International by busi- women the world over. Are You Equipped to Wn? The New International provides the means to success. It is an teacher, ness men, engineers, bankers, physicians, judges, architects, farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen, by successful men and DICTIONARIES are in use ' Danville. Sheriff Ferris Inaugurates a new order In announcing that he proposes to prosecute every person harboring an unlicensed dog, subject to n line of $100, and a largo Incrcaso In licenses Is expected. Vuncvburg. Mrs. O. D. Hemming-wa- y will bo tried on a warrant sworn out by Miss Viva Carpenter, of Florence, charging abusive language. The defendant accused Miss Carpenter of n flirtation with her husband. Policeman Mlllls und Fire Chief Ktnkald fired uuou two ileclng Ashland. 30,000 Geographical tion answerer. If you seek efficiency and advancement why not makodally use of this vast fund of information? 400 000 Vocabulary Terma. 3700 Pate. (000 Illualrallona. Ulosrapblcal fcntrlc. a universal ques- 1 Subjects. Colored Platca. Editions. 12,000 Rciulir tad ladU-Psp- tVrlletonjw men paste, llluatratlooa, well-to-d- o ate. Free, e wt of fotlut Mapa U you well-bein- niiuo ppr. (bis G.&C. MERRIAM IT-t--I! o SSBJBBBBBSU CO. Sprinjflild, Mm. 1 Pago Six THE CITIZEN January 29, 1020 BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS GOOD PREPARATION FOR LIFE Open to Young People of The Mountains A COURSE FOR EVERYBODY I. COLLEGIATE Tho crown of llio wholo Institution, and provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. II. NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with Stnlo Normals, and craduates nro given Stato certificates, ar COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America Any ambitious boy or girl in the mountains can ho through Berea College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for 1150 a year. As each student is required to do somo work, tho abovo amount is reduced by llio amount of work performed. A student with energy and relia- III. IV. V. VI. course beyond the courses. Six-yeand common branches for degreo of I). Pcd. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory courso of four years is tho straight road to College. Tho English courso of two years is designed for thoso who do not expect to tench nor to go thru college It gives tho best general education for llioso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subBricklaying, Carpentry, jects. For Young Men: Agriculturo, Printing, DIacksmitliing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sowing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, and Stenography. education SCHOOL Gcnoral in tho common FOUNDATION branches for students of good mental ability, abovo 15 years of ago, who havo been deprived of tho advantages of oarly education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Or- -, chcslra. A fine opportunity U becomo a good musician at a very low cost. 1, bility can greatly rcduco tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his cntlro expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fco rod nor $0.00 5.50 10.50 rtoom roNamui $0.00 5.50 15.00 Board, Six Wcoks Amount duo March 24, 1020 Board, flvo wocks, duo May 1, 1020. $28.00 13.75 $20.50 12X0 $39.00 Total for Term $41.75 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from abovo incidental fco. For Collcgo students add $1. Evory student must send FOUR DOLLARS .DEPOSIT In odvanco, otherwise room will not bo reserved. Commcrco, Stenography, Typewriting, and "Penmanship aro from 50 cents (b $1 a wcok extra. Muslo is also from 50 cents to $1 a wook gglllll extra. Now is the time to make preparation lor the Summer Term which begins June. 1 showing that they arc above fifteen carsof age, in good health, and ol good 'character. before coming to Herca. Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the The use of tobacco Applicants must bring or send a testimonial Or lor the regul.u school year beginning September i$. is strictly forbidden, and tficrc arc other regulations .which you should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. PRODUCE REVIEW Receipts of poultry aro very light, partly duo 'o bad weather and also becauso of stocks having been pretty well marketed. Receipts of dressed poultry at the four largo cities New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston since January 1st, havo been lighter than satno period last year whllo tho amount of slock put into storago during tho somo period was heavier, which would indicato a falling off in tho consumption of poultry. Trade, however, is taking all tho fresh poultry offered and Is now using somo frozen stock, which would indicate a healthy situation. Recent reduction in bujlcr values no doubt, has brought about a larger demand and wo havo seen some reaction In tho market this week. General situation is unchanged. On account of wintry weather tho movement of fresh eggs has not shown any increase. General situation is steady. With mlldor weather and tho fact that cold storago stocks aro still larger than usual, lower prices should bo expected. Prepared by . Yards, Chicago, III Swift fc Co., U.-S- lend tho Junior Agriculturo Club Convention at Berea In July; a chance to attond Stato Fair; a chanco Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special to becomo a champion of tho State Investieator of Kentucky; n chanco to got a Certificate, of Merit from Stato Collcgo nf Airriculturn: tho best of all. a chanco to becomo educated at homo 'by coming in touch with tho big I things dono in tho Agricultural by bofs and girls, all over ; "world tho county anu tno wonc aono Dy MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science of soft water until dissolved. Then add thrco quarts of cold water and tho other ingredients. For cleaning Cleaning and Renovation black goods, uso ono quarter of this Renovation is renewal, nnd means liquid in ono pint of warm water. tho cost in limo and money to mako If this makes tho articlo loo stiff, liko now. It is economy In so far as add moro water. For removing tho renovation cost of an article spots from woolen goods such as docs not exceed tho original cost. In mens' clothing, apply tho detergent, fact, tho cost of renovation should only slightly diluted, with n sponge. ho considered well by tho housewife It is always safer to test this deterwhen sho purchases tho certain gent or any other cleaning solution types of household furnishings. with a pieco of tho material boforo Beds, bedding, carpels, furniture attempting to removo stains, as tho nnd furnishings, should bo pur- ether may affect tho color. To remove all unknown stains, chased only after tho consideration of tho cost, depreciation, such as grass nnd mildew, wash tho stain fading, cracking, roughing and re- in cold water. To removo chocolalo with cream, newal cost. Fabrics may justify a largo first cost If thoy aro of mater- cocoa with cream, cream, gravlos, grease, and ial that can bo cleaned, or dyed, or scorch, sewing-niachln- o which is worthy of recultlng. To tea Willi cream, wash with cold pay for quality under such consid- water and soap. To remove lilftod and mucus, nnd erations justifies tho purchase. pus, soak In cold water to which . Fabrics Tho first and most common typo salt has been added, one cup of salt of renovation is laundering with to eight quarts of water, then wajh soap and water. Tho housewife1 is j In warm water nnd soap. To removo blood, punch, sugar, so accustomed lo this process in connection with her clothing that nnd syrup, wash In warm water unsho rarely slops to consider It a til tho slain disappears. To removo grcaso, meat Juice, and renovation. However, when her attention is directed to tho fact that persplralIonb wash In warm water such things as blankets, curtains nnd soap, or uso magnesium, chalk, portlcrs, etc., which nro usually slarch or meals nqt flour. sent to the dry cleaning establish-- 1 To removo Indelible pencil, slovo h, ment, can bo renovated by an intel- polish, tan tar or wagligent uso f soap nnd water, tho on grease, put lard on stain, rub process acquires a new significance. well into grcaso spot; wash with When these furnishings nro sent to soap and warm water. "Repeal untho cleaner, tho cost of renewal til' removed. To removo wine, put thick layer adds materially to their original cost, and so may not represent of salt on stain as soon as made; economy. Careful laundering by the pour boiling water Hint a height housewife will climinato tho extra thru tho slain as soon as possible. , cost, with no harm lo fabrics. And To removo ink and iron rust, uso tho chances aro that, if so cleaned, diluto acids (lemon-juic- e, sour milk, thoy will bo cleaned ns frequently cream of tartar, rhubarb, pineapas is necessary lo keep them fresh, ple, hydrocholorio nnd oxalic aolds. whereas tho cost of dry cleaning Uso food acids direct without dilumakes its uso infrequent. tion; diluto hydrochlorlo nnd oxalFabrio stains aro unsightly and lo acids with equal quantities of mako a garment look either old or water.) Apply tho ncld, let Bland a untidy if not removed. Tho stains few seconds, rinso with warm wathat nro found on household fabrics ter; continue until stains disappear, nro in most cases possible to re- then wash with soap and water. move. Let tho housowUo try to reTo removo ink nnd stubborn move them first with clear cold stains uso diluto acids and Javcllo water, as half tho stains may lie water. Apply tho add, then follow washed out in cold water without with Javollo; finally rinso with hot further work and with no harm water and soap. dono to tho fabric. Stain work out- -, To removo old stains nnd stubborn stains, uso diluto oxallo add and pofit: tassium permanganate. Apply a 1 dropper for each chemical. fow drops of potassium pormanga-natefin- so 1 cup. . 1 bowl. with warm water, then Repeat uinMl Blotting paper and cloth the color npp'Iy oxalio acid. of tho fabric, or whllo and non- stains disappear, and finally wash-wlt- h soap nnd walor. living. Soft cloth. Love-Loaj- o Soft brush. "Gwendolyn, I lovo you; Slain "To provo you lovo mo; Alcohol. "LI lovo you. Ammonia. "2. All tho world loves a lover. Borax. "3. But I am a lover. Chloroform or other. Croam of tartar or salt of lemon. "I. Thercforo, all tho world loves mo. Detergent. Mr. You nro all tho world lo mo. Gasoline "0. Therefore, you lovo me." Hydrochlorlo add. .. Tar Baby. Javollo water. ' Lard or tallow. Ono man in every Ihreo was reOxallo acid. jected hy drafts boards for physical Potassium permanganate. disability. According lo tho- United . Soap. 1)4 or. of Slates Publlo Hoalth Service, Recipe for white castilo soap, 1 oz. ether, f oc great many of thoso defects might havo been eliminated and probably alcohol, 4 oz. ammonia. Cut soap flno and heat In oae plat will bo in tho next generation. SELECTION FROM HOUSEWIFERY By Lyda Ray Balderston. shoo-polis- J our farmers. Wrilo todny for an application 'card. Get your membership in as soon as possible. Tho opportunity is yours; take it now. I FEED AND SHELTER STOCK Rosa and Hazel Carter and the pigs they raised in their Club work Thcso two girls livo at Hummel,! Rosa has gotten ten boys and girls proper feed and JTr."' "Young a very rough section in Rookcastlo to join Junior Agricultural Club of stock must havo somo good, sub''county, yet in a limestone section for next year, 1920. This is first club stantial feed in order to grow bono whero thcro is an average produc- work over dono at Hummel. and muscle, and a sufficient amount tive soil. of fat producing feed to create Poland-Chipigs, What Father Thinks o! Club Work. Rosa raised 7 heat, a3 well as to make bono and taking them when one day old. Sho Below is a loiter received by January 23, 1020. " pounds when County Agent Spenco from D. L. muscle. made them weigh 805 If calves aro sick, quit feeding 5 months old at a cost of 7o per Carter, tho falhor of Rosa and Hazel, fodder, also Walk a milo each day lo keep tho pound. Tho total cost of pigs was whoso pictures and records you seo frozen and bleached damatred corn. Tako a "Bushel of doctor away,- - advises tho United $57.85. Tho value of pigs Nov. 15 sound" corn to mill and havo States Public Health Service. Try was $120.75, which left her a not Wildie, Ky 1191920. cnl9i,ed. peed with this somo walking lo work every morning and profit of $62.00. Mr. Robert Spence, If good clovor seo ir it doesn't mako you younger shorts or ship-stuf- f. Poland-Chin- a pigs Hazel raised 8 Berea, Ky. or cowpea hay can bo had, feed it. and healthier. taking them when ono day old. She Dear Sir:- Keep calf in. sholler and let it havo made her pigs weigh 680 pounds I hope to bo able to at- nn(i nicniv of water. when 5 month's old at a cost of , Kocplng physically fit is tho first 'tend tho Homo and Farm Convention per pound. Tho total cost of pro- at Loxinglon. I am sorry our Fiscal rulo to be observed in keeping well, RED MARKET (POULTRY) says tho United States Public Health duction of her pigs was $58.75. The Court failed to appropriate tho monIs necessary to of pigs Nov. 15 was $102.00' ey to pay a County Agent. I hope valuo The mnrkol for R. I. Reds In Bo- Service. Exercise health. which left her a net profit of $4325. f 11.. SUIillClO ...111 lUOI'UUU ...III. Il.n rca Saturday was good. .snnnJ .vtl.ll wu Hens Will tllU Tho difference in profit of thcso full amount required lo meet tno brought from $2 to $3 por head. two girls was caused by tho death lVerv iihcral offer made by tho citi Cockerels brought from $3 to $5 por Too much sleep is almost as inof Hazel's sow when pigs wero very zcng 0 tj vCrnon. head. jurious as not gelling quite enough, young. Tho pigs being deprived of I consider tho club work of great If you haven't your cockerels, it's says tho United States Public! Health their mother's milk wero somewhat interest to the farmers of our coun time to cot busy. Tho County' Agent Service. Tho avcrago adult should stunted in growth. ty. Before my daughters joined tho js always ready to help locale good lccp eight hours In every twenty-fou- r. In addition lo raising the pigs club they were oflon turning through stock. .thcso girls raised ono tenth of an somo mall order catalogue looking aero of tomatoes, making a net pro- - for something fanoy to spend their i money for. fit $8.01. They wero afraid to go through CINCINNATI MARKETS. tho lot whero tho brood sow staid. After beginning tho club work thoy Hay and Grain. mado friends of tho sows, fed and Corn No. 2 white $1.00 l.CS. No. 2 looked ilftcr them and tho pigs. yellow $1.0101.02, No. 3 yellow $1.59 They soon began to talk about tholr flEIIBII 01.Gt, No. 2 mixed $1.5901.01. No. 3 profit on tho pigs, and tho tomatoes mixed $1.5701.59, white ear $1,590 they wero raising. Thoy now talk 1.01. yellow ear $1.5001.01. account nnd the Sound Hay Tlmotliy per ton $320 about tholr bank to clear on 35, clover mixed $31.50031.50, clover amount they expect $33037.50. their crops 'this year. They road Oats No. 2 white O240O3c, No. 3 tho agriculturo papers and nro far white O2092V4c, No. 2 mixed 020 from pending their money for no021&C, No. 3 mixed 01002c. Is Ahvays a Delightful Occasion. Here are two friends who I tions. You wish to calj upon you regularly throughout the year. Butter, Eggi.and Poultry. ' Very truly, know them well Your Own Home NavspaPcr and Your Own Butter Whole milk creamery extras D. L. Carter Home Farm Paper, COc, tints 01c, second 00c, fancy dairy I C5c Since both arc working for the same ends as yourself to TO ALL BOYS AND GIRLS Ebbs Extra flrsts,07c, firsts 01c, orpromote the best interests of your home and community life Thcro is still a chanco for a fow dinary 11 ruts 53c. and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested moro boys and girls bolweon 12 and Live Poultry Fowls, 5 lbs nnd ovor in the following special offer : club 31c, under 4 lbs 25c, roosters 18c, 18 years of ago to becomo ducks, white, 4 lbt and over, 21c, members for 1020. This, of lourso, youuB turkeys, 8 lbs and over 45c. means boys nnd girls of County i Agent Sponco'8 Live Stock. territory, Southern and Cattle shippers SlO.Niyil. butch- Madison and Rockcasllo counties. er steers, extra tWXU'&VA, good to Application cards can bo gotten at cholc. $10.50011.50, common to fair $0 County Agent's Offlco any afternoon 010; helferK, extru, $11.50013, goott to choice $10011.50; common to fair or by letter. All correspondence $000.50, cows, extra $10011, good will bo immediately looked attor. to choice $8010, common to fair now if xpu want to raise a $007.60, stockers and feeders $0,500 Writo crop or an animal and becomo a 11.60. biggest and bost orCulves Extra $21.50, fair to good member of tho Their visits will be welcomed by every member of .your honlc. cdmmon and lurgo $0011. ganization tor boys and girls la $15021.60, heavy shipper tho United Stales. By becoming a Hogs Selected BEREA, KY. THE CITIZEN, to all good to choice packer member you are entitled $16.75010, and butchers $10, medium $10, com- privileges of Junior Agriculture mon to choice heavy rut sows $100 Clubs. It gives you a chance to at- 13, light shippers $10, pigs $10014. j na It pays to feed and sholler stock. Many calves havo been reported dead to County Agent, causo not known. Tho opinion of tho County Agents is that tho deaths aro duo, 8o A Visit from Friends I I . I The Citizen THE OHIO FARMER, OneYear Special Price to You ' Only $2.00 Dtrgt: a" PRESIDENT'S OFFIt.E January 29, 1020 TUB CITIZEN PA6 StiVCS mriovEB umroiN irrmitATieiut. SilNMTSOWOL The Nemesis of Sin By REV. Mood? VV. 1 PROBLEMS FACING STRIGKENWORLD Shall In Lesson .lly HKV I' It KITZWrtThll. D. D., TtHilirr of Knsllih llitil In the Unodjr lllt.l Intitule of CIiIchxu ICopjtrUhl. lilt, Wnrn W. KBTCIIUM Nw,p.r t'lon 8 out -,- t Dlifctor o( th livening CIimm, DlbUIntltat,Cblceo Chaos or Rcconstruolion Europj Fo'low the Great World War7 LbSSUN FOH FEBRUARY - TKXT-U- a PETER AT LYDOA AND JOPPA. I2-I.KFRUN TKXT-A- iU (1UI.DKN TKXT-- TIi prityer of faith aav ilia tick, and (In Lord lull hall rslse HI in up. --Jmnn Num K.a. aura your sin will llnd ou NOW WEAK AND HEARTBROKEN tteiibeu mid (lad Willi.. HlMlUl.ll III lm'nl n" In Mourning and Poverty There Is no more sure word than 'hl me of Miwi' to the children of r r MMf ADDITIONAL :0-- l:t MATKIllAL-Lu- i I ke 17-- ll 4&"-im- ,,"'y On declared war on Itusslo. The lire alarm rung around the world. I'easa.'its In the Held straightened their backs, listened and looked Into the sun confused, wonder1. Freedom ing. bands Flags were unfurled, From Persecution. Saul, he rlliglcndcr of I lie persecutplayed, facea were white, tense and ing forces, tin il Just recently been Men left their work ami serloiis. thereby disorganizing talked In groups on Ihe street corners. their Women laid down their brooms, pui forces, allowing the church to enjoy a aside their washing, und talked In breathing kk'II. Tli I a period of reM whliqicrs; sud lights were in their did not result in lla crowing Inzy, In different, worldly, nml forgetful of eies. Children stopped playing. Something had happened, ttvll things were Cod, hut In growth In grace and In abend. August and 4, founif France the knowledge of the lml Jesus. and 0 rent llrltuln mobilizing their 2. Spiritual Growth and Developsous. The torch was sweeping u ment. rope the lire of ilcvth had started. The real meaning of the word "ediFor four long jears fied" Is "liullded up." This does not yearn the world ran red. Men mean merely that the tnemhera were nuiled through mud and blood, fought, being liiatruc il mill comforted, hut suffered, cursed, prayed, while back thai strenuous effort on the part of home In the mnulcs houses women tl.e Individual members, ua well na and children workvtl. cried, prayed the body as a whole, were being made and waited. The world was mad. for the advancement of the divine life. Death ptilmmeil ev?ry breath the The word "edify" coutalna the meta people breathed. e. phor of Mime Krnml building or a A It Is over now. It la finished. Aa suggested liy uliolher. thla stunned, numbed, weak, heurtbroken melaphor luvolvea (1) a foundation Kurope Is iigalu slttfug In the sun of Thla la Jesus Christ no other dare he pcuce. Europe Is In dirty black nigs. lulil (I Cor. .1: (2) A cotitln-uoiiThe black Is mourning, the rugs are progress. Thla nieuna that a (Kiverty. Her face Is deeply lined-trenClirlatlan'a ncllvltlea are puriHiscful made by suffering. Her eyes and that the work he undertake are downcast rfml dead. Hope flutters moves forward with the proper proweakly In her breast; faith has faded C) I'erslMent effort. pria, This from her soul. Hec home la a house mean Hint the present day's work be- of darkness. The fire on the heartl gliia the fotltidntlnn iiin which to has turned to cold gray ashos. The morrows work must be built. Thua kettle nn longer sings. It moans. Her by day Ida life la being raised daf mind Is weary, her body Is wnsted. higher, aa ench aepnra e higher and Hunger has robbed her of her strength round of material la being laid ny Her stncklngless, shoeless feet are strenuous efforta. (4) A completion. blue from the cold. Her lips wear Klliullv the work la done, the build sinrvntlon color. Ice In the winter' Jug I completed, the lop atone Is wind lashes her shivering, brought forth mid placed. body. She mumbles as file stores vn 3. Outward Growth. di cantly Into pnc ' tre,, s ltiilldliiff up wllliin the church tired. As I beheld her It seemed to cause the whole work to be ndmlrcd me thai n face so troubled nml sad and reapected by those without. In must never have known a smile. dm log Itiem to come and Identify I found I listened to her muttering. theuiM'hcN with the cause. There enn Hint she wns counting. Over nnd over be no forward movement without im again she counted on her thin, tired. ler l here be a correpondlng moe- worn hands she was counting her incnt within. dead. today la the record of Our lesson Thinking of Her Los. They are two stupendous miracles. She wns thinking. Her eyes looked the grculest signs wrought since the over the hundreds of thousands of day of Christ. The dreadful mnlndy square miles of war ione. slashed of palay Is vanquished, and n corpae with trenches, pitted and pockmarked la rv enanted by the departed soul. by shells. She seen where they fell. thla miracle The occiirrencu here of No tears are In her eyes. Long ag la In keeping with the niovemeuta of Ihe hurt had reached the point where tlie church at this time. The Ixrd tears dry up. ' How upqn row, line had promised these signs ns hey went upon line, mile upon mile, white- forth with the gospel mexsuge. They painted wooden crosses mark their were given aa encourngementa to the graves. For the most part they were dUrlplos, to convince them that the her youngest born, her most beloved gospel did not lone nny of lis iower wbojlug deep In III ' soil to sleep for by being spread, hut rather that Its ever In the dnrk dugout. European Tarantula. power Increased. Aa the churcli- gie As they fell bleeding frfiiii steel and everywhere preaching the Word there An Eminent nuthorlty In such mat lend, choking, from gas. writhing In will be a corresponding manifestation ters. In remarking that the tarantuls agony from tire, they proved In the dy of Hint terrifying of xiwer. ing word they spoke Hint they were Is a spider, I, The Healing of Kncn (vr. mere boys, as they hail shown In their creature Hint It Is the l.ycosa Tnran This mnn'a needy condition appealed fighting Hint they were brave men. To tula, a species of spider found In some of the warmer narts of Italy and to I'e crrjust aa men today ahnuld apIhe popples they Intrusted their mes Spain. When full grown It Is about stntc. peal to us In their sage, nnd the red poppies rememne a Mke his Muster. Peter could not rethe lost wonl of Kurope's dying sons. the size of a chestnut nnd of brown sup fuse the needed help. In this he did who went out Into the great beyond color. Its bite was at one time posed, to be dangerous nnd to Induce iot direct attention to himself, but after." wllli this last word on their lips a kind of "dancing disease." but now The One Way Out. confidently appealed to the power In "Mother." It Is known not to be worse than the. Tnere Is a way to escape the penalty the name of Christ "Jesus Christ She has finished counting; nn ach tiealeih thee." The man who hail kept and Kwor.of sin. Hod has made that shudders through her bent body. She stlnc of a common wasp. It Is an old fnlile. extending to re his hiil for eight long years Imme- way. lie tells us that ho sent "his sou sighs, rfnd sobs. "&evcn nnd a half mil motest times. Hint the bite of this spl diately arose and made his bed. When to be the Savior of tho world," and linn of my sons are dead." dcr would produce epilepsy or the Lord heals It Is done Instantly. that on Ihe cross that Son "put away Her thoughts turn to the living, her strange dancing mania In Its victims I'eler wisely kept this, miracle from alii liv the sacrifice of himself." He arms open to revive them, she hold and that this epilepsy or madness being the end by making It he meani died there for our sins, according to them to her hei-t- . They have come could be relieved only by a pnrtlcnln the Scriptures, and on the tmrtt uuj but how? to the end. That end was the preachkind of music. The tnrantuln of Italy from the dead he ing of the gospel. This brought most i.v Mu ii.stirri-ctloslghtlesa eyes, doomed to nnd Spain nnd It Is found In those Pome with grntlfvlrig reillts. for "all that dwelt was ilccliircd to be tho Son of (Soil grope through He world In a nqyer today hns hnlry legs with with power. "Wherefore he Is nolo to ending darkness, a rttghl without stars countries In Lyddn and Sharon saw tilin and black markings on them. save them to the uttermost that come or moon: sunless black, hopeless dnys tlirtu'd o Ihe Lord." unto Hod,!))' him. xeelug he ever llvetb nnd these, too, young men In the very II. The liaising of Dorcas (vv. 3fl-America's Debt to Jews. to make Intercession for them." morning of their day. Jews figured very prominently In the (.oil has made It cleur how men now This woman was full of good works sent need to silence den Others discovery of America by Columbus acwhich she did. not may. by tho acceptance of the Lord nnd dumb. Never again will she hen and cording to Unhid David I'hlllpson of Jcmik Christ as their Savior, escape their voices nor will they henr hers do'ng. She was a practlcnl talked of Cincinnati, The first man who stepped that Is to come: how Christian woman of the klml that gets iiu. Still others In wheel chairs, dwarfed unto on the shore of the new world was the down to the practical way of showing they may now pass from death legless. Interpreter of the expedition, Luis de life; how they may now have eternal her love hy doing deeds of helpfulMore hobbling nn crutches, limping Torres, a Jew. Ilernal, the ship surness. Her death was a real loss, as life. Could It bo any plainer than on canes. says: "Verily. geon, was also a Jew, ns were several was evidenced by the mourning of I'liriat nuts It when he Some with empty sleeves. hi'arelh member of the crew. 'id'" '"" ni When venly I had been helped. with great scara. where onci Many those who It Is also now said to be established sick nnd died my word, and belleveth on hliu that was n handsome face. this good woman fell belief Hint Queen Hint sent II. tint It everlasting life, mid shall the dlselnles snt for Peter. Peter She sees them all. her heart bleeds Isabella pawned her Jewels to furnish not come Into Judgment; but U passed the twisted the mangled, the torn tint them nil forth. At Ills command Columbus with Ihe funds for the trip her soul ciime bark to live In her body. from death unto life?" Hint those who She Is counting them, the 12.(11(1017 Is a legend. Thee funds. It Is said, One bus isiliited out again caused them to believe on wounded of the war. This were futnlshcd by two Jews, Luis de Jesus Christ the accept by faith the the Lord. War's Frightful Cost. Snntangel and Gabriel Sanchex. A letoa their Savior have: (1) - A new pos Is still exHer voice Is husky, her hnnds are ter by Columbus to SHiu-besession, "everlasting me;- r--J a new Read the Bible and Think. nrovlsloii. "shall not come Into Judg tired, but she must count on. Six and tant, In which he gives some account "It Is n good plan to read a book position, "passed a half million of her sons were marked of bis exploits. ment ;" (.'D a nf Dm nible through rapidly at a sit "missing and prisoners" In the ollli la unto life." ting In n shady garden, or on a cliff from dentil Who Knows? now and let us reason to wor score. Many of these hnve come looking over tbe sea: then to close not question A friend of mine culled upon n newgether, willli the Lord; though your buck to her. but she does book and think." Church Family the te not. Their ly wedded pair and I happened to sins be ns sennet, tney miuii no us tt.mahe dare Newspaper. unsprnknhle horrors (hey en drop In. The hrlde bad n widow. white a fnows though they be red of Ihe dured. She s?s In their eyes a depth My friend remarked to me. 'You Inlike crimson, they sunn be us wool." Ttaneformed Into New Man. Hie of pain that Is unfathomable troduced them to each other, didn't ' A Iron pill lno the fire loseth Its n mother she knows your "Why, yes." I tncllesslv blurt-cd- , Manliness. Christian rust and hecometh cleurly red hot, bo The war l over but she Is not over "I Introduced her to her flrt and It Is u higher exhibition of Christian stop count he that wholly ttimeth hlmsatf unto second husbamU and who knows but able to bear trouble Hie war. Musi she never ll- her loseal God puts off all slolhfulness, and la manliness to tie IngT Is Ihere no end what I'll be the oue In Introduce her W. Iteccuer. Her to her third transformed luto a new mun.Thomas than to get rid of It. II. The sraveyurd are endeil onef Exchange. ji Keiupla. "'K-mi- l, I'lttMAUY TOI'IC-W- hal Kind Woman Did TOIMC-W- h.t JUMOU Pelcr Did at I.) d.l.i and INTKIIMHDIATK ANIXSIINIOH TOPIC Tlic lleauty and Influence of an l.lla Joi. order ui grnsp Hie significance of this lesson, ui' should recall the condition which prevailed In the church as suggested I" verso .It. Three character' silca arc uutstiindlng: III LiHiA. rtic-tur- a Vi-Xi- ) aeml-den- d uf..iti rt."" on the east bank .Ionian, of the ready to pass over Into Canaan, It I" a red danger warning men of nil time thai no man can escape the results of his sin. I A Tl'e physlcnl re A fulls of sin are i ML nppnllliig. They may noi snow ui once, bin, given time enough, they will appear In physlcnl disorders that baflle Ihe skill of tihvslrlnns. flm. iliit .... tin. utr.kot nf nn Knatern ' cltv I miiu rfiinlfiL Inwiin! tue'one who appeared to be a broken town, feeble old mini. When we came nearer I saw that the ninn wna not old. hut young. nnd that he evidently was smitten with some drendful disease. Ixioklng closer, I recognlr.ed htm ns n boyhood companion and In consternation exclaimed: "Wtiv Frank, whnt Is the matter?" To which he replied with one word, that awful won), "Sin." Yet, his sin had found him out In his body No Peace to the Wicked. There Is n passage of Scripture which ninny men are proving true In their own experience. It Is that word which snys: "There Is no peine, saltb inr Ci.il in i In. ivIfLoil " The reason Ibey have no pence Is because their sin Is finding them out In their con si'li.iiri Mii trv tn escntiu no ncctls lug conscience by putting miles be tween them nnd their am, nui wnerever they nre that monitor of their soul Is Ihere with them nnd keeps saying over mid over again to them: "inou un the ninn." Conscience cannot bo subdilyd. It Is (nils alarm clock in n Human snui. I'vi.rv iiiiw. unit alna. this illvlne alarm rings nut Its warning and then In nftcr years, when It seems as If the years lii oblivion. lllllttt linvi. inirlinl tin.-si- n memory, Hint plastic idece of wax upon which are Indelibly Vrltfen th; ilmli nt the imat. brings It till ngnln once more points the and conscleni-accusing linger, nun us oeiore suya. Thou art the mao. Penalty Certain. sin uud unforglven Uncohfessed finds one out In eternity. It may be that the consequences of sin 111 this life are sometimes avoided. In part nt l -- net If not nlrnpetlier: but there Is a time coming when one ennnot escape the iienalty of his sin. providing he has not confessed It nnd accepted him who Is the Lnmli of Cod that took away the sins of Ihe world. Hod fells us that It Is unpointed unto i nun once to die and after death, Ihe Judgment, and he warns us that It Is foolish fo.r anyone to think that he inn escape the Judgment of God. He tells us of "the day or wrutn nnu revelation of the righteous Judgment of (Slid, w ho w ill render to every man according to hlwdeeds;" so If oue does escape the results of sin here, he cannot escape them In the hereufter. (Jod wilt bring him to account, 5ind there Is for the one who1 rejects the salvation iluif Is offered In hrlst. n Judgment of sin to come. "Some men's sins," says Paul, "go on beforehand to Judgment and some men's bins follow .1... III; ., tW ll.i.d She Counti Her Dead and Looks With Eye of Sadneis Toward the Threat ehlno Future. Article II. Augusi By FRANK COMERFORD. I. IIII4. was Hie duy. thai Jay (iermany rjB '. g ches half-nake- d e thought turn fo the dead who. while they did not die In the war, died nf the war. Those who went not By Dr. Margaret S. Grant, Associate College Physician In bnttle left life In a hurst of glory Tho skin hns scvcrnl Important, a week, nnd elenn undorwear put on Others there were who fell In their tracks exhniiatlon, broken hearts sent functions. Of these, thrco may bo nflcr cncli bain. When ono is alOK frequent bathing Is oven moro Im them "west." She hn not forgo'ten horo mentioned. how the home flank suffered The lnv portant as thoro Is moro poison In 1. It protects tho body. rhey I'tininea were not nil slackers, gotten 2. It carries off waslo mallor tho system which should bo fnnglil hunger and cold bent Hielt rid of. from tho body. ixiliit. hncks beyond the strnlnlng The execssrvo uso of powder and 3. Its appenranco Is an Indox of It Is esti Worst of all. they walled paint on tho skin will slop up the mated Hint 2IMKHI.IKI0 civilians iped bodily health. pores, so that instead of making the from weiiknesa. fatigue, strain liroki-Body Protection. henrts the horror nf wnilina Tbe skin covers thn whole body skin more beautiful to look at, Ihoy trovt-These vere ib reslstnnce and keeps the moro delicate tissues harm It, by hindering its work, and nnili-rf- i il older men nnd wruueii. Hie from beinir so easily Injured. Then 11 becomes diseased, pimply and I iiiiiliTiiniirllieil Kurope tins h oo, many dlsenso germs which muddy in appearance. here nn wonder Hint hentb tin" might enter tho body nro kept out lentil look In tier eves As an Index of Health lieen her morning thought. It has by a sound skin; for they cannot A muddy skin tells us that tho her night oh. anil for four yciirs iniole enter except through somo break In waste matter of Iho body Is not all up' of months weeks, dnys hours Iho skin. For this reason il 4s being carried away, but is poisoning minutes nnd seconds death .ha heef. Important that tho skin bo kept In ttio system. Tho skin cannot do Nemesis, a clean, healthy condition, nnd that alone all this work of keeping tho The figures iir She Is now totaling caro He taken not to brulso or cut body clear of waste matter, but U nppntlliiK They singer her ImtiU'im II Is easy In write tliem nil Hon. the skin. If it is accidentally in aided by tho lungs, the kidneys, and possible to understand their full menu ured n littlo tincture of iodlno the bowels, and if theso aro not all Thp mind enn't gni"P It; Ing. swabbed over Iho injured place doing their part, tho skin Is overll I" bewildered hy the number danger of poisoning worked and becomes diseased. So Is too stupendous, ton horrible for un will lessen the wo must seo to Jt that Iho lungs havo dertnndlng Think f ll. seven nnu a by germs. Carries Oil waste Matter plenty of fresh air to help them In half million young men, for the mor purt between the ages ofeighteen and In the skin arc numerous vcry.n1pp WOrk: that tho bowels movo thirty, the youth the strengtn me mall 'tubes called sweat, glands, daily. nnd that we aro drinking plrll the mnn power of F.uropo dead These elands rarry perspiration or plenty of water to keep tho kidneys million from civil life dend (ho body out through active and flushed out. over twelve mid a luilf million wound "sweat" from the pores of tho skin, and are nt yellow skin usually indicates ed. and night malaria, or a sluggish or diseased work constantly day Who can rnensnre Hit" loss? eWr brought death It did mor-re- summer nnd winter. In this per- -, liver, and for theso conditions a In Ihe devastntrrt It stopped hlrth splration is waslo matter which tho physician should bo consulted. A gion" of llelgliim. Frnncp. Italy Po- body must get rid of, and which sallow skin may result from tho Ralkan land, ptirts of Itiissln nnd the act as a poison if kept In tho' cessivo uso of tobacco. Tho nicolino to at countries, the tilrlli rale fell most nolhluc. In F.iiglnnd nnd W lea body. So (he pores of tho skin in tho tobacco acts as a poison In the birth rule In the Inst pnrt of IMS must be kept open by frcmicnt, thn body, and the skin in its effort wns llifl. Ihe lowest on record. Mai washing of tho skin that they may, to rid the body of tho poison itself left calculated Hint the birth rnte nut not become stopped up by dirt or. becomes poisoned. Indigestion, im- fnllen 12 per cent tn England ami dried sweat. In the winter a bath. proper food, too much food, causo Wales hv 1010. quotes Snv. with warm water and a good soap various skin eruptions; lack of The .louninl of Heredity . .. . . .i. orgnnn us hnvlng estimated inai n win should be taken at least once a week, cleanliness paves tho way for such take England at least ten years, tier and in tbe summer at least twice diseases as ringworm and itch. ninny 12 years, Italy 33 yrnrs and France Hfl yenrs to recuperate ineir ny populations. These calculations Snvorgnnn were made before the tear Prof. John F. Smith fill losfe" of the cnmpnlgn of 1018. niernneoiirt A village In France, F.veryonc is familiar with the! What Tools aro Heeded man tells whnt the war hns done to the power of Europe. Till" village, which homo whero no convenient outdoor j A handsaw, a hatchet, an inch and chisel, a braco and bits, a uis seats arc found, whero thcro aro no half-inIs In the Chateau no flower j drawing knife. Theso tools will cost bad a population of a tiioiisnnn swings for children, trlct. people before the war. Its losses have stands, and where no rocking 'chairs less than $10.00. Thoy may ba soldiers Twenty-siheen tnbulnted. th tho prico of a aro seen. Somo of these- - homes aro "bought for from Ibis village were killed In Ihe exceedingly poor, somo aro not. Tho good shot gun, and 25 cents worth Ninety-seveHie vlllngers nf war. died from war prlvnllons. The torn' nennle. who live in somo of them aro of nails will make all '.he furnlturo of 123 Is the death toll if a village exceedingly busy, but somo havo' a family needs. I used about 2 eta. much lime on their hands. This, worth of nails in making a tablo of a thousand. The figures I hnve quoted from the spare limo can, in many instances, which has been in service for over iLf enlciilntlnns of Kavorgnnn nnd Mullet! ne usou in mamng inings ior uw , two years. were mnde before the war wnt finished. home. How Much will this Furniture Cost? Since the war, estimates have been If poles arc'close'at hand it costs Every family that lives- - close to a made nnd these estlmntes snow trie seats, nothing but tho nails and tho timo situation to be even worse. In trance thicket may havo plenty of swings, tlower stanas, cnairs, rooje- - to mako it. Thero is enough Urns I wns told Hint 57 per cent of the men twenty and forty years were ing chairs, tables and other pieces spent at nothing of importanco to between for for tho making. Chairs that will supply all tho families in tho avcr- listed ns dead or Incapacitated work. Further, that It would tnke provo a great comfort and will last ago neighborhood with all tho seals, France over 70 yenrs to recover her f , V. ' . ui n lur yu.ua iiiuy uu uuu fnr. u little swings, chairs, tames, ew., tney normal population. labor; tables for outdoor and indoor need. The cost of tho pieces, not It Is said that It will tnke Itnly Ml someyenrs nnd England 2. yenrs to regain uso may bo .mado with little trou cdunting tho timo, will bo ble; comfortable swings and seals thing as follow: normality of population. Table, 3 cents, porch swing, 25 reach of almost every The human waste of the war Is more thnn sad memories. The loss of man body who has a thicket at hand and cents, rustio scat, 3 cents, couch, 5 power makes a grave problem. It hns who can usq a few tools, cents, chair, 3 cents, flower stand, t thrown out of balnnce the domestic , Now is tho timo of year to out 5 cents. scheme of the world. It will be felt Tho Every man and boy who can drlvo for vearsl There are a great many poles for making theso pieces. more young women ban men. Home bushes should bo cut and trimmed a nail or use a handsaw can have all life Is bound to snffer. There will be beforo tho mlddlo of March. Tho tho scats and swings and comforl-abl- o fewer mnrrlnges. fewer children. Sfa poles may bo piled cither in tho porch chairs ho wants if he tlstlcs only tell pnrt of the story. weather or under a shed to season. will only tako the time, tp mako ICoprrlght. mo. Wurn Ntwippr Union! (hem. What Materials to Use Care ot the Skin ll ln-- a ex-wo- Rustic Furniture for the Farm Home ch Thlerr.v-Snls-.-on- s x one-four- n ' ara-wit- hin r Sassafras poles aro perhaps the Thoy season most satisfactory. readily, tho bark remains tight and attractive, tho wood splits and works easily, and tho supply in many localities is almost inoxhaus i thi Vnno..nwa nhmif neirlne.fnd fields abound in sassafras just the sfo for making any of tho ar cles iMCnory is uacciil-umcniioneu. but tho supply is not so great. Oak, dogclvcstnut, laurel, sourwood wood, aro good. Why not havo them? !. National Loan For Belgium. IJrus.els. A group of llelglan bankers has decided to subscribe M) per cent of the national loan nt .i.!)00,000,- The fiov- 000 francs. It Is announced. 'n.u.ent Intends, It Is st ated , to tnka over n l onus Inunclied by the largo , open. vew of Ilf dtUsof , Ing of the great national loan, tnroiign which the (Jovernmeiit would be able to tissM In tliuinclng the various ,e The Vapor Treatment FOR ). Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia alms-deed- s liiilL-me- a. Mother! who know the anguish ol waiting helplessly through hours tor the physician 'ho may not arrive in time will hard ly fait to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy. Vano- mentha is a certain preventive and specific for colds, croup, influenza, grippe, pneumonia and other respiratory ailments. age-lon- VAPiMTHA WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It is applied externally to the chest, throat and nostrils and is quickly absorbed through the pores of the skin. Its healing vapors rise and are inhaled directly to the infected membranes. A double-actioremedy, it is doubly certain to produce satisfactory results. It his this characteristic that distinguishes it from other salves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vapoinemha TODAY. It is an invaluable protection for an insignificant price, 30c, 60c, nd $1.20 Bottles at All Drug mad General Store. If your dealer cannot supply you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. Witkesboro, N. C. n fa-e- s tu-e- 'I'll 'H VMH Porter-Mdor- e Drug Co., Ibc Pago Eight THE CITIZEN Tun... na J AAA Mr. Rowland and Mr. o'clock by holng tin I led In marrlago for $000. al tho homo of tho bride, by Rov. Polors lofl Tuesday for Indiana lo N. 0. Mulllns. Mrs. Wood is tho .purchase farms Tho Buck Creek second daughter of 0. M. Payno of Graded School closed Jan. 0, after a this place. Mr. Woods is tho son term of six months Orlando and of J. c. Woods, ono of our leading Wlillo Halo, John Dooloy and Wll-ar- d MoPhcrson aro attending High farmers of Conway. Aftor spending No eoiTMPondno published uiIm tlicnfd In full by th wrlteiv Th nm a few days with friends hero thoy School at Boonovlll0-Jos- so Hord n tvWnc of rood faith. Writ nUlnljr. publication, but la not for Iff I. for Mattoon. III., whero Mr. and Carl Flancry loft Monday for Woods has a position with tho rail Ohio. Thoy wcro going to visit relWlicn William liltlo son of road company thoro. HI wllh lagrippo-T- ho atives nt Beroa on tholr way. Hu, O. Payne, the County News James Dakcr, who wns so Iowwllh bert Malnous lofl Monday for Now banker ' Mrs. pneumonia, is recovering. Jersey, whero' ho has cmploymonl. Goochland de DEAD vo join MRS. BOWLING Flossio Thomas leu Jan. lo Ooorhland, Jan. II). Tho pcopl Wlillo Dooloy, who took Iho ccn- -, clared that no farmer who did not raise Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Bowling, nhbr husband In Dayton, 0, whcro haven't done much work this win sus in this district, finished Tuecows as well as wheat could borrow , much rcspccied woman, was sincK-- ( u,oy .will mako tnoir nomo ror a oP on nccouni 0r had weather, sdayMr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Hackor cn wllh apoplexy al tho homo of her while Wesley Baker and Gorlrudo Mrs. A P. Oabbard has suffered a gavo thcr young folk friends a from him, the angry grain growers aldaughter, Mrs. A. B. Bowling, In Hays wcro quietly married al tho great deal with rheumatism for tho "house warming" Saturday night, most lynched him. But they had, to London, Ky al about tho 8uppor homo of tho brido, Jan. 17. Thoy loft past two weeks, but is boiler at Jan. 10. Thoy reported a dollghtful do as he demanded and today, says hour on Sunday night nnd died at, Monday of last week for Hamilton, prcsonl W. J. Slraus passed thru lime. 1:15 a. m. Monday morning, sinking, (V whero thoy will spend a fow ,. imvn v.iriinw n rnnin n l.u into unconsciousness soon after tho montlis, or perhaps years. Farrio( lonio nt cookshurg Travelers' Rest Frank Hcmpt allack and never rallying until horHays is atlonding school al Borca ins j)Ccn w0rklng on tho Now Uopo Travelers' Rest, Jan. 2J A tldo ucaui. nio ciwiurcn who iivuu w tins winter. church for the last fow days. Burt camo on Wednesday morning nnd various parts of tho country wcro Phillips and Jack Jones have Just continued until Saturday: no narcol immediately notified of her death, v Clover Bottom arrived home from Richmond whero post after Tuesday throughout tho1 Clover Bollom, Jan. 18. Married Ihey have been marketing their lo week as Fho caricr had to walk part. nnd were at tho burial. his county is an oasis in a blowaway Mrs. Bowling, whoso maiden namo at the homo .of tho brido Jan. 17, hheco. They report tho prlco low. rtiijj. Liiuia. Licou was ni niu iriii. desert, and the farmers bless him for was Collier, being tho daughter of Miss Gcrtrudo Hays to Wcsloy I.ronard.Cnllr.han and James David a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Collier, was born Baker. They wilt leavo Monday for son passed thru our lown yesterday M Inter, Sunday. their prosperity. Such is Tho Power Married, in Owsley counly, Ky., on April 25, Hamilton, 0., lo mako their home. k"n their way to Frank Bancs' to Tuesday, January 20, at 5:30 p. of Money for Good. Herbert Quick, and was married to Dr. J. C. Willio Daughcrly and Miss Bessie at lend n welding. Holtart Scott, of Chicago, 111., and formerly a member of the Farm Loan Bowling Aug. 20, 1875. To this union Johnson of Snnd Can were Married Traveler's Rest, lo Miss Eva Tack-ol- l. Board, tells the story in the first issue ava wcro born nlno children, eight of last week. Misses Clam and They were married at tho GARRARD COUNTY you'll receive if you subscribe today. whom survive her as follows: R. E. VanWinkJo hnvo gono lo McKco lo homo of Elder James Botner. Tho, Brynntsvllle Shtrd Witt Bryantsville, Jan.-2Robert and Bowling, Pauh Valley, Okla.; Mrs. school In the same Uiue la the thy Gentleman for Miss Fannie young couplo will ho at homo In n wholeyear,bccauwyou Tint Installment of a new G. B. Williams, Inmant Va,; Mrs P. bought a farm from W. M. Hurst Kldd spent tho week-en- d with her Chicago after about tho 10th of Febwill never be able to buy myttery serial a humClinton parents at Wnllacolon Miss Salono, ruary. Our best wishes follow Uiem ' Combs, Louisville, Ky.,. F. Bow- nnd have moved to it. dinger that will keep you the book for as little ai ling, Inmnn, Va., Mrs. A. B. Bowling, Abrams is attending chool at Bcrea of Bcuna Vista and Miss Mary Bell on to tficir new homo and now life. waiting for Thursday, or $1.00. Don't wait. Dolt Country Gentleman day, now. Write your name Miss Charllo Ibis winter. Mrs. Joo Powell Is Holcomb spent Wednesday Grant Bowling and Roy Flancry and Leo Chllds woro night and address on a slip of for the next two montlit. Bowling, of London, and Henry Bow- visiting Mrs. Waller Abrams. W. with Miss Leltio Broadus. Miss visitors at tho homo of Wm. Gab- -' paper. Take $1.00 out of If you didn't read anling, of Winslow, Ariz. Another son, M. Hurst has gono to Richmond this Vivinn May, of Danville, and Mr. J. hard, Sunday. your pocket. Send them Slgsbco Scott went j other thing but "The Dalwearie Mystery" it to me and you will be a Dr. Georgo Bowling, died about one week. Mrs. Roso Daughcrty, who E. Edwards of Marcollus wcro mar to Clay County tho first of last' liappy Country Gentle-ma- n would pay you to sub year ago. She is also survived by has been sick for somo timo is get- ricd last Friday. Mrs. R. I. Burton week and was water bound until scribe for TICK Court. reader for a year. 13 very three brothers, Filmoro Collier, of ting better. S. W. Abrams was a Jcxington visitor S'alurday, the latter part of tho week. Mr. ONE YEAR 52 BIG ISSUES-$1- .00 Jackson, Ky.; D. G. Collier, of Mc-K- sick al this writing. and Mrs. Robert Malnous woro wcok-rn- d Tho heavy sleet was vory Ky., and J. It. Collier, of Knox-vill- e, visitors of tholr daughter, Mrs. in this vicinity Mrs. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Tcnn., and three sisters, Mrs. Becker visited her sister, Mrs, Frank Marcum. lasl week. Alfred ; Boobs Jano Hughes, of Winchester, Ky., Kin Mooro, in Nichofasvillo, last nnd Sydnoy Caudill, of Stanton, are ' d, Berea, Kentucky Boone, Jan. 26Vohn Edd Mrs. Cynthia Reed, of London, nnd Bcrea College week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curtis visiting rolalivcs hero at present I who has been sick for tho have moved to Lancaslor. Bryan Mrs. Roscoo Browcr and Miss Ida' Mrs. G. C. Goodman, of Wclchburg, An mthorls 1 utncrlpttoo rrrmmtrth of Ky. Her mother, who Is now in her past few months, died Saturday and Ballard, of Lexington, visited his Marcum colled to seo Dr. B. F.Tyc,' Tka CMlry Cntltata Tat UJio" llm Jmts Tk UXwtUf Efnhf Nit ciglily-scvento Silver Creek for hurial mother, Mrs. Eliza Ballard, last Sunday. year, also survives wa3 taken F. F. McCoIlum plans go. U M U bnw-- e. It U.-I1.Mrs Bowling, who ha3 been mak- -! Sunday. Misses Daisy, Hazol, Gor wcok Dano Rankin, Jr, of Marks-bur- y Ing to Richmond nnd Lexington ing her homo in London for about, trudo and Mabel Wren of Wildlo arc lost his homo Sunday by flro. this week, two years, was a dovout Christian, visiting thoir aunt, Mrs. Talllha Most of tho furnituro was saved T!arnitTllla makes a very encrgoUo and obligBlu Ltck a member of tho Mclhodist church, Gabbard, this week Nancy Jenetto Prof. T. H. Grinter spent tho weck- Earnoslville. Jan. 2fl. Another nUio Lick, Jan. 20 Many havo ing merchant. Sam Fortune has and was loved by a large number of Lambert entertained several of beri on(j jn Lexington birtro lido in Sturercon from Wedncs- friends and acquaintances. Rev. S.ililtio rrienas ai ner mrinaay pany day until Saturday. This makes six ocn plowing between showers, so purchased of John Powell a re II. Pollllt of tho M. E. Church' Jan. 22. All reported a good timo. Bryantsville since Iho election Jn Novcmbor An anxious aro iney to rcsumo wio tract, adjoining his placo; considerSouth, conducted the funeral ser-- and their liltlo hostess provea quite; Bryantsville, Jnn. ID. Tho school accident happened on Turkey Foot wrk and profit by tho mistakes or ation 91,500. Mrs. Nathan Noland Mrs. John Huff ori opened hero Jan. 12 tftcr a thrco last Friday week. Engine No. 5 hist year. Many farmors gavo a ha sold tho "Bud" Noland place at yJces. Burial was had in Pino Grovo entertaining. Richmond is spending a few days week's vnr.niinn wifh comclery. n wrecked and broko ono man's leg, good illustration of tho story of tho I ittlo Itock lo Tom Cox, of Whitt; Tho bereaved husband and chil- with hor mother, Mrs. Mary John-- 1 f q, with a plcco of meat In crossing cuiisldcralion, $l00-- L. E. Cox has Ky f a3 (ho new nigh 8cll00 two others received several broken dren have the sympathy of a largo son. Mrs. iiaiito wren ana cnnaren (eaohcr Roe .Montgomery is very ribs, and one's shoulder blado was a stream dropped his meat to chase opened a storo on Knob Llckv-J.T- B." number of friends In their trying returned homo Wednesday after a ill. Miss Fannie Kldd has been suf. broken Conloy Brandenburg and his reflection In tho water, thereby M'lUon Is sowing his Tucker place ploasant visit with her grandmother fering with a bono felon. hour Miss his mother aro very ill with pnou- - sustaining Irreparable loss. So In In bluo grassA number of our at Kenton, Ky W. S. Bcldon will Blanche Askins, of Sulphur Well, monla fever-Kat- hleen Treadway Hio mad rush and cxoltemont of lobacro men havo not, as yet, marleave next week for Memphis, Tenn, was the gucsl of Mrs. W. K. Davis ha? smalf nox Misses Marie Vcn- - high prices many farmers, to get keted their crops, but aro hustling Clover Bottom Plnvni- - Rnf lim .Tnrv Pnrn tn and Arkansas. hble, Florcnco and Pcnclo Newman ,n(,ir tobacco off lo market, ncg-wc- ro to got it ready. and .Mrs. Chas. Dean last week Mr. and Mrs. Gcordia Dean a fewjv guests of the lallcr's grand- - lRctcd lhclr corn crops and In Miss Bottle Scott entertained the - faculty of the Bmna Vista and Rockford days ago, a flno girl; her namo Is Hart's Sattlemtnt Mrs. Sarah Evans, Saturday sequence of tho Incessant rain thoy Rockford, Jan. 25 Wohavo just BryanUville High Schools Thurs night and Sunday. The Harts Settlement, Jan. So. Easter Myrtle. Mother and baby Miss Bortlo Und it rotting in Iho field. Tho loss are doing fine. Married al tho homo experienced iho heaviest sleet over day evening. Mesdamcs Chas. Dean Brandcnburtt was tho miest of Ida " corn, mo stapio product or mis heavy sleet caused great damage to of tho brido Jan. 17, Mr. Wess Baker seen in Scaffold Cane, doing groat and Alfred Swopo wcro Lexington Bowman Sunday night. Misses section, necessitates tho spending nil trees, especially to fruit trees In Everyone who had meaand Miss Gertrude Hays. Thoy went damago to orchards and other Urn visitors Frid.-.- y. ilnttio nnd Nannie Gabbard and tholr of lho moncy received for tobacco Ibis part Mrs. James McAfco lo Hamilton, 0, to mako their home. ber. Some of Iho Rockford boys has been ill at her home at Camp brother, Roe, went to Beattyvillo f01' rorn at n higher cost than they sles Is belter. Most of them aro ia Thcro will bo a so. We wish them a long and happy havo sold tholr tobacco crops. Good Dick Robinson. Tho Rov. Chas. B. Monday nnd had dental work done, pronucen it school again. ino trtiniiay-sciio- oi M. N. Dean was tobacco brought a good price, dark Holder of Borca filled his appoint life together. Miss Eva TacketL who has been at this placo was well attended Jan- - r'al at our Itural School building. called homo from Frankfort a few' and damaged very low. But tho ment at tha Pleasant Grovo church at Berca for a short timo returned "ary 25th. Tho thrilling mcssago Saturday night, January 31, In hon boys aro not .disheartened for they Sunday. The ladles or tho a or of tho young mens and young days ago on account of sickness. church homo last Saturday. Her friend, "rougni Dy jwr. class. All Tfo body of Mrs. James Bob Collona aro going to double their acreage met Thursday and sent a largo box Ilohart Scott, who has been working worker In Borca Collcgo, was re women's Sunday-scho- ol was taken thru hero Jan. 21, lo this year Wilburn Galllff of this of clothes and food to Iho Orphan's in Chicago, camo homo also and they cimc" w,in ,1CCP 'merest, ino saa young men and young women bo Bcrch Lick for burial. Mrs. Collons Place is going Into tho dairy busl Homo. Miss Fannio Dowdon spent woro united in marriago Jan. 20th tate of Ananias and Sapphira was suro to como out. Wo will havo a had gone to Hamilton about a ncss. Plowing is delayed on ac I lie week end at Paint Lick, al lho homo of James Bolnor ncar 80 graphically presented that tflo Kootl time. A. B. Strong will enter Hildon rain. month agq to make her homo when count of Sturgeon. Wo wish them much. Imprwslnn. wo believe; will bore-succe- ss tain you and loll us something fun- Bullcn, who has been sick1 for the Younger. Norris, of Richmond, sho took sick and djed suddenly and a long and happy" life. cf ivod nnd cc,(',, "pon ll,nt 1,1080 OWSLEY COUNTY navp lonnou ino nauu 01 uo- - motored to Bcrea, Monday, on busOur school closed hero at Long past two weeks, is bettor at this I ! who Island City bought iness. Branch the 23rd of this month wllh writing. Wilburn Gatllff sold his I Talin.1 Hi! I J'1'"0,10 Tnn in rT .1 r MADISON COUNTY 'aIfond will try, by God's nice youngSam Robinson Mrs. Lou-sin- a oro thoy aro doomed jersey cowwf Ethel Baker a3 teacher. Miss Baker tobacco for $2,230. Ho had five acres. Mary S'andlln, panol wifo of James Sandi Miss Lclllo Barrett, Cole. was a good teacher and the scholars tki. Panola, Jan. 20.-- Miss bo ng conflned. Dr. Hornsby Tyo Martha l0,?,8'1,1 dea T7Fnkfold Cane. T. H. Seal's is tho next' who has been so sick, Is Improving. were sorry to see school close. Carr has returned from a ploasant "v"a olnl Mmou'" wcro In at v. nnal is progress Our Sunday-scho- ol Charley "Powell paid Pearl VnnWin-kl- e largest crop, still unsoldAulomo-- j a"lMrs:, "ak Sandlin suffered four vlall wIMi rnlnl vo In ih lor. Francos Sproule, a Berea stu ing nicely with A. B. Strong as sua visit Friday ancf 'reported (,aS Urr0 lh Summons Camo. Sho Erby Bickncll and children Havo ro- - dent, W. B.. Lako was In spent tho week-en- d wllh Mrs. perintendent. a nico Ijmc.y Mr. and Mrs. i, nnrnllv nr.rnmnanlnrt hv A mod' ' imH boy turncd homo from tholr northern John Johnson and Mrs. Flannory, nu8ban, nn Richmond, Monday, on business. Sarah Gulnn' out Floyd Engle, who went lo Port Clin- pair of mulcs.-M-rs. u,r rinuina v 7 nnd m,any hnson, who h been sick Roy and Alfred Gadd aro at work ton, 0., nbout two weeks, ago, camo has been on tho sick list for tho' a nn 7 mn very' fho was ,B,d av on,l,1 n,ea,r for lho Boron Tolephono Co. back to J. R. Englo's Mr. and Mrs. past two week- s.- Cows are ne Bo SS" lo tho wife of F. Ind, has been back on business. Ho 'TniSZ again Mr. Hubbard. wilh Flomon Azblll and family aro plan- high around here. II. E. Bullen sold V,S1lVnL.."!r.l-.LM- S and family aro greatly pleased with a,r.rc L r w'f Pclcr,s', a by: lo a ning lo movo lo Illinois. Hurrah a good milk cow to Ora Viars fV " u" " their Indiana holdlngs-Mlssv- TrcsC. Gulnn of Scaffold Cano has r;mcr' ?el?F- S85.- -J. bir'"M: ?"?ery sfo Azblll, of Nicholasvillo, and W1I- -' g" ."2"? . l Mrs. Lucy Dean for The Citizen 18 wun luoer. been on tho sick list for the past ru,wrf is on the sick list al this writing S BILL CUT ,, , ., Miss Grova Bowman Is son Azblll aro visiting relatives and um .in-Hnw- h u u Miss Fairy Hays has gono lo Bowining -- fast tipm her attack of friends at Locust Branch.--Lo . HinH fno, Mr. and Mrs. in- - r Airrori Improvement Appropriations Reducad rca 'to go to school. Arthur Burch Chrisman and family aro with hla ' ' ,ifh hnnnino. ! frf nnrf Pneumonia fever. From S43,00O.00O to 12.000.000 Asslo havo moved lo Durham Albert ,as rcnlcd lbo Frank Omlry farm parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Chris-- 1 by Houm Body. Bowman's chil- Rldgo where no has bought him a pneumonia-Ro- bert year-- Pus Sizemoro died, tho man, until March when they will Big Hill farm. Lino Rogers, came home drcn havo been very sick for tho recently pur- - ni iimi jIin. th wllh complication of diseases.-havin- localo on lho-farv ,n. Waahlncton. Jan. 21. Cuttlngthe Sunday, the 25lh, from Borca whoro past few days W. II. Stephens Is Mrs. Dan McGcorgo'rr nnmimnniii In this vvlMnliv al river and harbors Improvumruti ap;as bur'od ncar bcr homo.-t- ho chased in Ohio quite a. lot of trouble wHhfho sho has been visiting Mrs. Charley propriations from approximately S4.V Brewer wife of Clay Oieo Sarah Pelors) aged 75 years, pregcnl Thoso who havo boon sick 000,000, telcphono lino on account of the Abney. Uncle Pat Mays and famestimated na neccHxary nnd nomo oi nor aon, uenry, ai.e improving. All aro nblo lo sit at .inniTi,o pitUnn i. h '. Brewer, deceased, is prcpariner to uieu 15. uio needed, to $12,000,000, tlio liotmo rivers ily leave today, January 26th, for .nv , Funeral services wcro hold hc children lo tho Masonic Jan. wn mnrn .nm in irio and harbors committee made public Dayton, 0., whero lib has bought a cheapest paper printed on account1 ?ke James in tho Baptist church by lho nov.(Up ono of our good 0HiZOns. James tho projects approved. Of the total tho valuable information andinmo al Loujsvillo Ky. of re farm. and family havo, gono to w. r.. nix, aucr which interment 0l.ccn who dcd wilh pneumonia a appropriations, $3,000,000 Is for the M Pdcrs ir.iii. w ...... ...... . nnninin. . ... T ! inu., wucro no nas an in took placo ln tho family burying fcw Wceks ago. Ho leaves a wlfo preservation and maintenance of exKerby Knob and harbor tercsl in a farm. F. G. Peters has ground. Sho was lho mother of 14 nri iwo children lo mourn hl Irvw. isting river Improvements work and $7. already auKorby Knob, Jan. 25. There Is Disputanta taken possession of tho farm vacat- - children. 12 of whom survlyo hor. nso h8 moibcr. two brothers, flvo 000,000 for thorized by conRress. For surveys much sickness In this community at rd by lUin C C, Brcknoll who went Among them aro Mrs. J. B. Wilson sisters, and a host o'f frjends. Ho looking to future Improvements, $400.-00- 0 "un Z present- - Mrs. Rosa Carpenter has and Henry McOcorgc, 'both of our wn8 i,urje,j at pj0t Knob e. Is appropriated and tlis surveys at VU"a been seriously ill, but is better Wlckllffo Kindred still ltTy. returned Misses Jessie and Grpva are to Include: lludnon river. New Mr8. JuIa crump has this writing. Berlha Powell Is ill .,., h..w their many friends last n very ill at lho homo of iu,nedyto Loxlngton after visiting York, to remove i ulionl at Albany; at this writing. Grandma Click is Wednesday evening, Jan. 21, at i (cnco Now York. jieP KrandnarcnL Phlllo Havos. who Ilml'nn river Spark8t who hla brother, David, ncar Dreyfus. Panola, Jan. 18 U. K. Cox Is put- - hud unoumonla. came to sco his parents and friends T. Chasleon II. beforo leaving for Moxlco, lias ro ling In a now slook of goods nt lho bouriit the Neolov nronertvand W-A- N -T-E- D turned to rcsumo his duties as a old Hunter stand. Mrs". Suslo Blck'Knooj, pnrjjCr j8 g0ng move Beech, Sycamore, Maple, rVoll and children havo returned thoro. soldier boy. Andrew Peters, Oak and Walnut Logs. blacksmith on Spivy, wlillo shooing from Ohio, whero sho has been vis- -; It yuii lime niiy to fell write to a western pony tho other day was lllng hor paronls and other rcla- C. C MENGEL A DRO CO. Panola tlvcs Tom Colo has bought the' Panola. Jan. 27 Tho floods last Kentucky r,lvllla kicked. Tho doctor was catted Noland farm ncar this placo for i.ek havo dono irroat damaire to $1250 Clarence Taylor, of Ola, Is .teen lands, and osneoiallv those JMR WMTE k Hi Scoville Returns to its beforc-the-wScolvllle, Jan. 22 Sanford Row- 'visiting friends hero M. A. Logs- - without a cover crop M. A. Logs- LOUISVHXC,KY. high standard of quality EUubUtMUHH land has sold his farm to Henry don has sold his farm to John Pow- - don has sold his home to John Pow Winn for 6,000; also has sold his ell and son. Mr. Logsdon is going eil for W.000, possession lo be gives stock, farming implements, and Into lho dry goods business at this Oct. 1. Mr. Logsdon els erabarklnf Jonnson nas moved to again in tho mercantile business, la &FURS household goods. Charlie Peters place-- ur. sold his farm lo Waller Malnous this plaee. He tho Dowey Sharpo building. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else The Power of Money t Jackson ' lEe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN EI-h- t'rt 1 0 a - ce, a a David J. Lewis T1 Kln-nair- ui feMt-IL- j 40-ac- t niin if con-moth- er, h, I 1 ' n. twJ rz da m,iiiiwnJ P'on on-v,- m,lMi ''""'JT," -),, MaS' JjJJ1 ' n.,wTh J 8Un5 ,u. ,n,h ?".!l"i4iI b,..,,,, 'Z " u' RIVERS-HARBOR- 50-ac- .. S nl,2 nn . como-vllllag- Bmiiymm ,. No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar r Once Tried Always Used