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Kr Mlinhtd AVry ' (.ULLERE (X)MP 7rfiif Vol. XXI l'lvo Cenls Per Copy. Devotftd to tlie Interests of tlie 3CoixntLiii People HEIIEA, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 5, 1020 One Dollar and The citizen GIVE THE AMERICAN ' BLUEGRASS A SHOW Our Tlircofold Aim: To give the news of Borea and vlolntty; to record tho happenings of Bcrca Collcgo; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People. Fifty Cents per Yoar. Number 32 One of Our Country' Need PRESIDENT P.CKS IOWA MAN FOR CABINET JOB Wilson Selectc Edwin J. Meredith New World News Efforts made lo reach a. Compromise on tho Pcaco Treaty In tho Senate have not been successful thus far nnd tho discussion is lo bo opened up again early In A loiter by Lord Alfred Orey, former Ambassador to tho U. S., written to the London Times on the American situation, it Is feared will have the effert of strengthening the opposition to tho Treaty. Fcb-rtinry. Criticism, given with a View to help by pointing out the defects and commending and encouraging the good, should always be welcomed. It is b'ettcr not t6 criticise adversely unless something better can be suggested. Optimism is good and pessimism is to be shunned. The former encourages, strengthens, and builds up; the Jatter discourages, weakens, and tears down. But optimism is not blindness, thinking that all is bright arfd beautiful and harmonious. The true optimist sees the defects and difficulties, but has1 faith in. the triumph of right. He sees the need of activity in promoting the good and combatting the evil, and goes at it. Clear-thinkin- g, level-headed, W7 no Secretary Agriculture ton Goes to Treasury. of Hous- if right-lovin- g, far-seein- g, optimistic men everywhere thruout our country are needed to bring the nation safely thru the hour of unrest and readjustment. "Inter-Churc- h World Movement" Are the different branches of the Protestant people the world allies or enemies? As a Baptist arc you glad or sorry when you hear t of some great preacher or missionary who is a Methodist? As a Presbyteiian are you glad or sorry when the Campbellitts get a million dollars for their College? As an Episcopalian would you start an Episcopal church in a small village where there were three protestant churches already? The rivalry and hostility of these different branches of the one Church of Jesus Christ have disgraced the cause,, wasted the Lord's money, and really brought the progress of the Kingtom to a standstill. h World Movement is begun to set An more nearly right. At a recent meeting in imatters Pittsburg Jno. D. Rockefeller, Jr., the greatest Baptist layman in the world, said: "If jealousy, suspicion, and pettiness are allowed to creep in, this movement will be disrupted. The devil will use all his ingenuity to attack Christianity in this of Inter-Churc- Washington, .Inn. 28. Kdwln T. .Meredith of lown, editor of Success-fu- l Farming, will je nntiied secretary of agriculture to succeed Secretary IlnuHtnn, who Is to become secretary tf the treasury In the pluce of Carter Glass. Mr. Meredith, who Is nt Miami, Kin., telegraphed the White House accepting theifllce. yenrs He Is forty-fou- r old nnd his home Is Des Moines. In. Iteforc Marling Successful Farming he vn the publisher of the Farmers' Tribune. He was n candidate for the United States senate In ll14 nnd for governor of Inwn In 1010. President Wilson will send tho nominations of both Mr. Houston nnd Mr. Meredith to the senntc. As soon n Secretary Houston qualities Mr. Glass will take his scat In the senate to succeed the late Senator Martin of Virginia. Br. Hugh S. Cummlng of Hampton. Vn Is understood to have been selected to succeed Dr. Rupert Blue n surgeon general of the public health service. Doctor Illue's term of olllce expired Jannnry IB. and Doctor Cum ralng's nomination Is expected to be tcnt to the senate within n ilny or two. Doctor dimming for n number of years was quarantine otlleer nt llamn-tcRoads and Is at present In F.urope ctudylng tvplus conditions there. n 1 The Allies havo not yielded to Germany ir the matter of handing ovtt for "trial those Implicated In llm criminal acts of tho war. Tho list contains about eight hundred nnmes, including many in high sta-lio- n. Germany has appealed lo the Allies lo remit this term of the Treaty on the ground lhal it would endanger tho present German Government. The taking of plebiscites lo determine (ho future relations of various bits of territory in Central Europe is about lo occur. Most Important of all aro tho voles In Sles-in- g, in Silesia and East Prussia-Shoul- d tho vote go against Germany Iter territory will bo considerably cut down and some valuablo sections containing resources be lost. Reaction against tho radical movement that has prevailed in Hungary since tho war makes it possible that the country may 'return to a limited monarchy. Tho form of government that Hungary is finally to have is a matter of tho country's own choice, but the democratic spirit has always been strong there, and II was expected that a republic would bo established. According lo statistics, the year was the most fatal to life of any ill tho history of our country. Tho death rate was 18 to every 1,000 Inhabitants, or about ono and a half million people altogether. Influenza and pneumonia were responsible mainly for raising tho rate, although other diseases took a heavy toll on account of weakened systems. 1018 V ID10. BAN Flu ON PUBLIC FUNERALS Death 'List In Chlcaao Reaches 192" for Period Ending Friday. Reproduced by perumslou New York Tribune, Copyright, Chtcngo, and wnkes Jnn. 31. Public funeralf In connection with deaths nnd pneumonia were way from within." Is it not time for every Christian to pray for the spirit of love and fellowship and unity, so that we may all be more Christlike in spirit, and so that we may all work in harmony and unity for the coming of God's Kingdom on Earth? "OVERTHROW WORLD ORDER!" CRY COMMUNISTS Manifesto of Communist International, Seized in U. S. Department of Justice Raids, Tells "Reds" Own . Story of Their Plans for World Wide Plunder. Extract from "Manifesto of th Communist International Adopted by the Congrcia of the Communist International at Moscow, March 1919, and signed by Comerades C. Rakovsky, N. Lenin, M. Zlnov-JeL. Trotiky and FrIU Flatten." Alongstdo the dethroned dynasties of the RomnnofTa, Iloheniolleros and Hapsburgs. anil tho capitalistic cliques of these lands, the rulers of France. "TCnghinil, Italy and the United States stand revealed In the light of unfolding events nnd .diplomatic disclosures In tlielr Immeasurable vlleness. hypocrlcy and corruption of the decadent Spurning the official socialist parties we. the Communists assembled In the Third International, feci ourselves to be the direct successors of' the heroic efforts and martyrdom of a long scries of revolutionary fenerations from Baboeuf to Karl As the First International foresaw the Lleblcnecht and Rosa Luxembourg. future development nnd pointed the way; as the Second International gth--entogether and organized millions of the proletariats, so the Third Intern of the revolutionary realizanational Is the International of open tion, the International of deeds. Socialist criticism has sufficiently stigmatized thebourgcols world order. The task of the International Communist Tarty Is now to overthrow this order and to erect In its place the structure of the socialist world order. We urge the working men and women of all countries to unite under tho Communist banner, the emblem under which the first great victories have nl ready been won. Proletarians of all lands I In the war against Imperialistic barbarity, tgalns: monarchy, against the privileged classes, against tho bourgeois state .and Iwurgcols property, against all forms and varieties of social and national oppression UNITK I Under the standard of the Worklngmen's Councils, under the banner of the Third International, In the revolutionary struggle for power and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, proletarians of all countries UNITE I The revolutionary era compels the proletariat to make use of the means of battle which will concentnuo Its entire energies, namely, mas action, with. Its logical resultant, direct conflict with the governmental machinery In open combat All other methods, such as revolutionary use of bourgeois parliamentarism, will be of only secondary significance. The Indispensable condition for successful struggle Is separation not only from the direct servitors o'f Capitalism and enemies of the communist revolution. In which role the Social Democrats of the Right appear, but also from the Party of the Center (Kautsklans), who desert the proletariat at the critical moment In order to come to terms with Us open antagonists. The growth of the revolutionary movement In all lands, the dangers of suppression of this revolution through the coalition of capitalistic States, the attempts of tlio Socialist betrayers to unite with one another (the formation of the Yellow "International" at rterne), and to glvo their survlces to the league, Anally, the absolute necessity for of proletarian actions nil these demand the formation of a real revolutionary and real proletarian Communist International. This International, which subordinates the national Interests to the Interests of tho International revolution, will personify the mutual help of tho proletariat of the different countries, for without economic und other mutual helpfulness the proletariat will not be able to orgunlzu the new society. Incalculable are the sacrifices of the working class. Their best Itosa Luxemburg they have Inst Against this the proletariat must nf-defend Itself " nt anv price. The Communist International call the enUre world proletariat to this final struggle. DOWN WITH I1IH IMI'KIUAI. CONSPIRACY OF CAPITAL! LONG I.IVi: TIIK INTERNATIONAL IIHI'UULIO OF TUB PROLBV " "TARIA-COUNCILS I Moscow, Aiuiiii :o ll'lll. 2-mass-actioLleb-knec- xl CONTENTS PAOE Ky., U. S., and edy for High Prices; American Legion. Mountain PAGE 6. Homo. Department. PAOE 7 Sunday-schoo- l; World Nows. General Nows; PAOE 3 College Nows. ( PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington Lotter. PAOE PAOE 5. Agriculture; Sermon; Three Good'Dootors; Saving tho Dab I os ; Convontlon Cities. PAOE 8. East Kentucky Locals. Hefusal to Duy as a Rem barred, and The funerals and wnkes limited to relatives and close friends, numbering not more than ten, by order Robertson. of Health Commissioner Legislature New York, Feb 3. More deaths Two reasons were given by the offout from influenza Frankfort, Feb. pnoumonia were icial: and platform pledges of both parties to reported to "Congregation of a number of perthe health department Like tho penal and charitable institoday than any othor day since tho sons, and especially In a house or tutions out of politics, Republicans present epidemic began. around the body of an Influenza or and Democrats united today In passToday's deaths were 163 from in- pneumonia victim, helps to spread the 175 hearses ing through tho Houso the adminis- fluenza compared with 94 yesterday, contagion. There are only tration bill to creato a Slato Board and 184 from pneumonia, on increase In the city, and these are being used of Charities and Corrections for the 0f'"5. New cases of influenza to- to capacity, while the number of fu nerals Is causing a strain on- liveries." management and supervision of the talled 2,673 yesterday. There were eleemosynary and penal Institutions 580 new cases of pneumonia, an inMILLERAND GETS BIG VOTE of tho State, nnd passed a bill to crease of 56. Department of Forestry abolish tho French Premier Pulls HI Cabinet and Geology. Through Crisis by Ballot Washington, Feb. 3. Senate leadHouso also passed the bill of Tho of 510 to 70. ers, preparing lo bring the peace Representative Lazarus to suppress PnrlR. Jan. 31. Premier Mlllernnd mob violence nnd provido for tho treaty again to tho surfaco of Senate through the crisis removal from ofllco of officials who consideration next week, took up pulled his cabineta vote of confidence, when he received permit prisoners to be taken from today tho problem of clearing away 510 to 70, after delivering to the thoir custody. This measure passed the wreckago of tangled preliminary chnmber of deputies a warm defense red tape, whloh tho treaty carried of his entire ministry. 62 to 24. down with it when it failed of rail. On-previous vote, 800 deputies re Tho administration bill to take frained from voting because of their tho judiciary out of politics was of- Ilcation last November. objection to Minister of Interior Steeg, fered by Senator Brock. past record was deemed objecRepresentative Benjamin L. Cox's Washington, Feb. 3. (Associated whose tionable. In his speech, replying to lo requiro tho United States flag Press). "Plans' for tho compulsory hill nn Interpellation, Mlllernnd success lo bo placed on every schoolhouso ocnsoHdatlon of railroads as pro fully defended Steeg. was passed, 02 lo 26. vided under tho Cummins bill wero A resolution asking tho Kentucky eliminated from tho railroad bill MORE PUBLIC LAND MARCH 13 delegation in Congress to favor n today by the House and Senate con law making Lincoln's birthday a ferees who also agreed to strike out Approximately 5,000 Acre on the Wyoming Irrigation Shoshone, national holiday was passed. Scnato provisions providing for the Project to Be Opened to Entry. measure establishment of a transportation Tho most Important passed In tho Houso makes it a fel board. Duties that wero to have Washington, Jan. 31. Approximateony to make, soil or glvo away aJ been assigned tho board will inly 5,000 acres of public land on the bovcragc containing donalured al- stead, in tho main, go to tho InterShoshone. Wyoming, Irrigation project cohol. state Commerce Commission, It was will be opend to entry March 13, Sec Tho bill of Representative Arch announced. retary Lane announced. Application Hamilton, of Fayclto County, to for water rights will be received from mako Armistlco Day, Novomber il, Washington, Feb. 3 President March 0 to 18, Inclusive, at the office a legal holiday was passed, 70 lo 7. Wilson is not likely to leave Wash. of the reclamation service, Rowell, Two Republicans, Senators Hiram Ington for. some time, his physician, Wyo. Brock, of Harlan, and Whito Moss, Rear Admiral Grayson, intimated of Plncville, and ono Democrat, today, in discussing reports from "Absurd," Is Marshal Foch's Reply. Paris. "Marshal Foch does not Senator Chas. M. Harris, of Ver- various sections of tho country con- wish to enter tho controversy that has commit-to- o sailles, will constitute tho cerning Impending trips. With the been started by America regarding op thai is to draft bills abolishing President steadily improving, Dr. eration at Solssuns, but he declares offices recommended by Governs Grayson said, ho thought it would to be absurd the chnrge made by Gen Morrow. bo unwlso to chango tho courso of erul Summernll that American losses thero wero the fault of the French treatment. command," General Weygundt, Chief Deputy U. S. Marshal Caudlll of Stuff of the Allied Annies, tald. Yank Filers Freed By Mexican. brought Isom Miles and one of his This stntement was made In reply to nn San Antonio, Tex. Lieutenants E. Inquiry regarding Foch's opinion of the sons to tho Richmond jail this week to await tho federal grand jury on F. Davis and G. K Grimes. United assertion of General Summerall, forThoy States aviator, who have been helil merly commander of the American n charge of moonshinlng. woro captured In Breathitt County. by Mexican authorities, when they First Army, that chaotic conditions exmade u forced lauding near Guerrero, isted before and during the battle of Solssons, due to lack of proper Ky., Feb. 3- Tho Irvlno were released ut Nuevo Laredo nnd Ravenna, by the French, and that the crossed the Rio Grande to Ijiredo, graded school building was deTexas, Colonel J. K. Fecht. Southern victory wns due either to accident stroyed by flro early Monday night. Oepnrttnent Air Service oHlcer, An- or Divine Intervention rather hun The origin of tho flro is not defi- nounced. The nvlntorx were released to gny military plan of action. nitely known, but is bolloved to by order of General ltcyniildo (inreu, "Foch's viewpoint," General ' milled, "Is that General commander of the gurrlhon nt Nuevo havo been from a defeotlvo flue. . knowledge of military Tho loss is about $15,000 with no tart-doU dubious Mild that pohslbly the allied Several weeks ago a insurance. ingenious plan of battle was Inn ('(implicated for "John, I hear you aro bond issuo for $21,000 was voted to him to If unnecessary build a modern school building in a mochanical way. Can't you fix Iokm's occurred they must httvu been mattho here Tills Isto be supplemented Tommy's horn?" "What's want you due to the American commander erroneous Interpretation of the order of by $26.00Q In prlvnlo subscriptions, ter with it?" "Nothing. I most of which has already been to fix it so it won't blow." Louis- the fllgh Command. subscribed. It Is expeotcd that work ville Courier-Journa- l. on (ho new building will be comEpidemic Close Colltg. Bcwaro tho muoh adverllsod "sure menced at' onoe. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. M.Doane coleuro'' for dlseaso, warns the United lege at Crete aud other school there Crab Qrohard, Ky., Jan. 31. Yegg-m- en States Public Health Service, Whllo are closed and public gathering prowho' robbed a number of small experimenting, tho disease often gets hibited because of an outbreak of debanks in Kentucky within tho past beyond tho point where it can be spinal meningitis, the state health partment reported- cured by a competent physlolan. 5) (Continued on page Wey-gitn's wcU-nc- Kentucky News Ue S. News from Influenza Because of a separation Into a National Church of the Catholic pcoplo of the new slate of Czechoslovakia, tho Pope at Rome has excommunicated tho whole body of his church in that' country. Thh Is the first time in many years thai this weapon of papal authority has been used. It was eummon in tho middle ages and was greatly feared. The rapid successes of the in Siberia havo brought upon Japan something of a dilemma. Official circles aro divided over the policy to pursue. Tho waging of a war of resistanco in Siberia would require a largo and expensive campaign. A defense of tho coast cities and the points bordering on Manchuria and Korea would cost less, but would risk a possiblo spread of Bolshevism into oriental oountries where it is said to bo taking root Bol-shov- iki Tho Russian Soviets havo found a new means of carrying their ideas lo to other countries. Agents of tho radicals go about under the guise of Red Cross officials, carrying with them forged credentials. This is a modern day appjication of wolves 'in sheep's clothing. Tho French Academy of Soiences has offered a large prize for the best means of communicating with distant planets. This is rather a conservative scientific body and 11 suggests a growth in this idea that such a relation may bo established. If it succeeds Tho Citizen will at onco establish a column for Inler-Wor- id Nows. Steamthip Calls For Aid. New York. The United Slates Shipping Hoard ste:mar The Lnmbx Is aground on Cumberland Inland, off Savannah, (in., and I In need of aid, according to a wltvle8 meonge. Thero were no vcsk-m.ndliu by. It was aald. The Lambs Is n psi-- of 4,',r2 tons net, nnd wny last reported In coastwise truttif between Charleston and Savannah. Seven Perlih In Blaze. Newark.JW .'. C'uitght In u trap of Humes that t'pieud so rapidly that they wero unable to reach the windows of apartment, seven portheir thlrd-iloo- r tions were burned to death lu un apartment houso tire which destroyed a douu venue. Inble tenement on Fiftip-ntcluded among the victim were a mother aud her four children. Tagc Two TUB CITIZEN DR. E. February GENERAL SHKUR0 5, 1090. World evening. His sermon was very accomplishing a very great work in Problems Facing tho naleigh Hosklns pastor. Ho1 forceful, and his subject was llmoly. llio rhureh whero ho Is Biography of Carl Pullman Luke. 11:18 was used as n text and does not come from i church of l.i.Vm. Sutton Not millionaires, but a church of tlio ls theme was "Excuses for Being n Christian." Tho usual ex- - common people, and a"1 church thai The Cost of tho War John Disharoon enses given wcro discussed and Is really ministering to folks that North, Alfred Pamln shown to he worthless. Eight ex- - need help. Not only tloes it help in Customs of tho ruses wore mentioned and com- - religious matters, hut does Indiis-ment- Submarino vs. Tank.... Leo Robins work. Wo- - Debalo: Resolved, That tho U. S. on as follows: j trial and institullonfil did moro toward winning tho war to sacrifice pica- - men aro taught to mako clothes for 1. "I don't want than France. rcn-lle- vc sures." The speaker did not be- - their children. Old clothes aro Affirmative, Denver Kollcy, Robto be true, but being a ovaled and made nvcr.nnd sold for this ert Carpenter. Negative, Nathan Christian brought greater pleasure, very small sums. Shoes are rebuilt Allison, Henry Combs. nut supposing It wcro true, ho pro. and sold for a sum In reach of lh-- i , aro given ferret rags for a day that he might poor. The dowir-antl-oHOW YOU MAY BECOME AN EFFIhavo beautiful apparel forever, or' employment ami lauglit a' trade, CIENT CITIZEN IN YOUR to live In a hut for a day if ho might Every student will want to hear COMMUNITY thereafter live In a palace, or tolhis minister, who is tho friend of ' By Miss Elton, Dameron to bo feasted 'the common man and who Is deeply eat husks for a day It is never loo early to begin to Interested in helping all. the rest of life. prcparo yourself to becomo an efIs lime enough yet." To 2. "There ficient citizen of tho community in C. E. SOCIAL give the nectar of ones lifo to tho Tho Christian Endeavor gavo ft which you livo. Start out In early dregs to Christ would devil and tho on Monday, February 2. at lifo to get tho best education that not bo decent. No one has a certificate that ho will livo to- - .1:30 p. m. Tho event celebrated tho tho public schools of your own homo tor's town can give, take an Interest It anniversary of tho morrow. Delay lessons tho proba- - thirly-nlnt- h Christian Endeavor. your school and church activities. of ever becoming a Christian.' tornational Tills Is ab- - Thcro wcro many present, most of Join tho Girl Scouts and tho vari3. "I haven't time." Several ous leagues and societies of your surd, for this purpose tlmo was whom wcro studenta. Bamcs wero played, after tho Joya homo community, for it Is In such given to everyone. A and girls woro paired off by meaiw organizations that a girl can got tho many hypocrites." 4. 'Too partner-findin- g best knowlcdgo of what Is going on contest compliment to religion. Men do not of trv to counterfeit a worthless thing;' Tho playing slopped about 4:30 around her; and it also (caches a all present went Into tho Girls' girl to express her thoughts and don't counterfeit a bill on a broken bank. You don't throw away a i'm on Jamcs Hall campus, and ideas beforo largo groups, which is whole basket of fine grapes becauso wcr 8crvcd refreshments, conslatr a great attainment. I know of no fo do than to h,ave von find a few semlJtlecayed ones. lnS of peanuts, candy and apples. heller thing your lime scheduled. In this manentertainment broko at 5:30. 5. "Don't understand tho doo-,T- h ner ono can become more and moro trlnes." "Ho that willelh to do His Y- - M efficient. Then, loo, a girl should -A will shall know of he doctrine" have her own bank account. Sho oxt Sunday evening tho on1 A drowning man does not Insist A. will bo held can sell liltlo handmado novelties, whether tho rope is hemp "& of tho Y. M. candy, cake, and doughnuts. .Main Chapel and will bo a Sho or collbn. A starving man docs not to eat till he has had an ial meeting for new mcmbprs. Tho can be independent, which Is indeed A- a start on the roatl to efficiency. lhrcc P1'03 ,f ho ,Y- - M- analysis otitic bread. Study your community. Find out Tlio spirit, mind and body," will r. n miiM. rnii.rinna .innhl" Tt. 1)0 discussed by three of tho. its weaknesses and its needs. Visit is safe lo follow Jesus who was per ' (members of tho cabinet, Charles tho school, theatres, play grounds, feet- in life md in nrcccnls ( I A1 t am afraid that T can't hold "orKan Jonn weisn, ana uuariea riiiitirens norocs and enurencs. ur- "I Evcryono is cordially ganizo clubs. Gel every woman In Graham. mil." c.inf nf course. If vnn don't . terested and then begin to work. begin. Christ) has promised to help, welcomed. When a whole community of wo 8. "I am harboring purposes and habits that T dop'l moan to glvo MR. AND MRS. ROBERTSON EN. men aro interested, wonders can bo TERTAIN performed, tor instance, if your up.'' A young man was told that hnhu I Mp- - and Mrs. Jackson Robertson, community nccd3 a. library, or per. he would lose his sight. Ho kepltip entertained at thelapartment in haps a play ground, or even public 1,10 Mr3, Dr Dav,s Uouso on Satur--' drinking fountains, it can bo easily the habit and lost his sight. A man They out a vow to kill a d evening. pnnrt played Rook and dono through tho interest of tho chose to carry . hnrt n perioral limn. Punish' nriil l liiha TJin .......... Mi. Via -- -v.u ' man tnai kiiicu ins nromer anu , , "T could not therefore become a Chris case wero scrvjea. inoso in aucna- -' can also set apart certain days in anco were, Misses Lorena Ilofer, tlio spring and fall of Iho year as tian. .Mary Cox and Alma Ackley, and '"clean - up" days, on which overy Messrs. Fleming Griffith, Orvillo ono in Iho wholo community is oxLEAGUE uamov and Greer. npfiil fn Gnf nn neftvn nrt Sunday was certainly a beautiful, tno womon (ogelncr an(, have a day but its fascination did not cause Miss Efflo Ambrose, teacher In community kitchen in Iho publio everyone to go to tho mountains, Foundation School, gavo a rook par- -! schools whero tho children can got for there was a largo number at the ty, Monday night, in honor of Miss hot lunches at a reasonable price, League Sunday af- - Uafer. Refreshments wero served and also whero mothers can buy ternoon. and every ono had an enjoyable ihoir tomorrow's meat roast, or Tho program was decidedly the ume. Thoso in attendance were,'lhr-i- Sunday's cake. Help lo get a best that has Beo rendered since tho Misses Ambrose, Ackley, Hafer and recreation building and a children's LcagUQ hns been organized. The Jameson,- - and Messrs. Ambrose, trnsh a!r camp. Tnvcstipato tho v lingWenedr.itihP,yCry NickeI' MartIn dnd Wa,,er- hospitals and insist- - that, they Bllbrcy. Ambrose and Miss Aoklev look tho . ,, iiiif.i- V. iri YUIU i, VUU UU1I. II i"' " Osborno sang a solo which penelra- - greatest number of prizes and abide by all the laws. Havo as too tno ncarts or an wttn a iceiing your motto, "Others; Service." of deepest inspiration. Sam Hughes Miss L. J. Harris, assistant libra-ma- do When yon havo graduated from do-- rian and teacher in charge of Boone a speech on tho danger of the schools of your homo town, go away to a pood school and contlnuo Ho brought out somo facta which her parents In Mohmond. vour preparation. If you can't atwero very surprising and oven tend school long enough to complcto alarming. Miss Ora Garden was Miss Ambrose entertained tho your course, go to summer school, next on tho program, and read Social Commitleo of the C. E. Sun-poe- m or take correspondence courses," uscntitlod, "Tho Bad Habits of day afternoon and plans wero made ing all of your sparo mlnutos to Men." Tho poem was somewhat hu- - for a social in celebration of the some advantage. Join Iho Y. W. morous, but caried tho point. Tho 39lh anniversary of International C A., and engage in Red Cross work.1 burden of it was that we, who aro Christian Endeavor. Graduate with tho highest honors, pleased lo call oursolvcs human if you can; and come bifck lo your pollute ourselves with tobacco whilo communifv to aid your people, who dogs, horses and other lower aniwill bo calling to you for help. mals follow rigidly tho doctrine of Your community will expect groat total abstinence. After this, Ralph things of you. and you must set a Rogers made a talk on "Tobacco's fruo Christian example for thoso Ho showed Dofonsivo Program." with whom you como In contact. how tho Allied Tobacco League of Don't let anything spoil thoir exAmerica was spending largo sums of pectation? of you. Livo up to what money, and putting forth a strong they think you are. and you will effort to 'thwart tho, work of the pain not only the friendship of tho League. Thoy aro al-- ,1 men, women, anil children, but even so seeking tho repeal ot'Antl-T- othe dumb animals will know and bacco laws In tho slates whero they learn to lovo you. Apply your exist. Tho entire program was acknowletlpo lo tho peeds of your companied with deep interest and community, and above nil pray to enthusiasm both on tho part of tho God for tho strength nnd will lo audienco and of Iho speakers. serve. Tho Lcaguo was disappointed by. tho news that their president, Miss UTOPIA LITERARY SOCIETY' Lena Roberts, has, on account of Program for February 7. 1920 ill health, resigned Her earnest History of a Penny ...Leo Wheeler endeavor and leadership will bo Recitation of Character, Bobby Tyler missed, but wo havo tho assurance A Peep Into Miss Dizney's Books hopes and prayors aro still that her , Vela Beck with tho work of tho caguo. Bur. Solo Poppy Curtis ton Johnson has succeeded her as Original Story Lolsn Tripled president. Miss Susanna Shullzhas Jokes vGolda Hlllman been elected to fill tho office of Marparel. Tichenor Recital Ion Hazel Deal and Duet The next meeting of the Anll-T- o. Frances Holdcraft bacco, Lcaguo will bo held In the Story Mary Corncs Parish Houso, Sunday afternoon, February 15, at 3:30 o'clock. The GIBRALTAR LITERARY SOCIETy leading loplo will be "Tobacco and( Program for February 7, 1920 ALEXANDER BERKMAN EJlJolency," a suojcot wnion snouia by Iho President Devotional and bo of especial Interest to prospecEMMA GOLDMAN, What Shall Wo Do With the protive employers. Watch for our Dtportcd by U. 8. Department of Jut- Philippines?. .Joseph M. Pierce gram and cartoon on the bulletin tfea a Lcadlnn finlrlts In Communis Biography of Luther Burbank u. am ro noaru at 1110 poai-uuicpioti. Carl Gamble cordially Invited to attend the Leap Year Observations meetings. ed ut doc-'soc- ial In-bll- lly meet-knowing J. HELMS WILL CONDUCT REVIVAL MEETINGS .Tlic College litis been very forlu- - DEMOSTHENES LITERARY SOCIETY TRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY DR. HUTCHINS PREACHES IN MAIN nalo In securing llio Rev. K. J. Program for February 7, 1930 Program for February 7, 1920 CHAPEL Helms, D.D., pastor of llio Church Leonard Cook Taylor Booth Ilililo Heading Hulchlns-prcach- cd nt of All Nations, in New York City. Society Jokes. Dr. R. D. Jacob Brewer Music Frank Kirk A Tramp's Lifo Wio chapel gcrvlco on last Sunday Ho is a man of groat power and U General College News Vocational Schools Foundation School SOVIET PLi 15 T BY GOMPERS A. A Composition Malt Simpson Original Story ...... Nllo E. Taylor Reading Herbert Mays Ambassador to Grant and Lee Calo Smith Chas. llcncgnr Recitation "Something" Everett Lowls My Knowlcdgo of Physiology Edgar Moscmcn Lcsllo Miller My Aim in Lifo Debate: Resolved, That tho African Negro has been moro cruelly treated than tho American Indian. AIL, Carey Hcnegar, Ray Rlggs. Nog., Juney Hagcr, Woodord D. Bowling. F. of L. Chief Assails Thrco American Magazines. BOLSHEVISM Declares ........ IS CONDEMNED Crbelty, About the and Auto-ciat- c Concept of M'norlty Die. tatorthlp of Lenlne Regime. He Knows AM Intolerance Washington. Jnn. 2!t. Writing In the rtirrcnt number of the Federation-l- t iiltlclal organ of the American Fed- Dcbato: Jarvcy Smith Resolved, That tho President of tho United Stales should bo elected by Popular Vote. Aff., Bert Hood; W. M. Rico. Neg., Scymoro Hull, Clarcnco Manning. JUNIOR CLASS MEETING eration of I.nbnr, Samuel (totnterH "completely, cuiilemns hnlstievlsin .flimlly mid for nil tline.- The Aluerlniii Inbor lend r sys fie doubts whether the irnpagniiti which ciniiiirtcs from the bolshevlst oi?ant-ratioItself Is more effectlre than n 9r b BiRrH The Junior Class met, January Chapel and 27th in IhOy.Vocalional a spec-hesit- ate a 1 .l. 1 1 rendered nn exceedingly intureslln program. First speaker was Ada Deen, who related about her "Night Marcs." Class jokes were told by Edna Hill F. A. Kirk played and sang. Ho was applauded very heartily and In duced to givo an encore. J.ast num ber was an cxtempprc speech by Ho rcoiled his Jarvcy Smith. courtships, and thoso who didn't have tho pleasure of hearing him surely missed something worth whilo. Business was transacted anil election of officers followed Tin Junior Class ir doing goo work and wo havo good mcotlngs; if you don't think so Just vcomo 'out and hear us. Wo havo two mighty good teachers, Mrs. Blount and Prof. Baird, two Ilvo wires, full of pep and ready al all times to givo tho Juniors a push. The class was dismissed by Iho iTiNiiicnl. boi i razier. Lomu on, Juniors, we never look back, but we are going forward. Wo plan lo liavo a belter program next Friday evon- 1 Cieiiernl Slikuro, 11 Icinler of the Don WK!ieltM, is popularly know if throticli- out Itnslii ns the Terror of the HoV tht I "ciinilucted by those who clnlm to be entirely detached from Itiisslnit Inl'nenee und Itiisslalu pay rolls. lie siiys he doubts whether Nsued by Itussln'n boNbevlst agents lune as grent nn effect In 111erlrn as tboe "which like to be known ns 'Joiiniiili.iif opinion,' such us the N'atlon, the Dial nnd the New flubll-ratio- hhevlks." YOUfG CADET SHOOTS MINISTER ERZBERGER Aoateln F ret ArUtocratlc Would-Bn Three Shots at Eminent e Ger-ma- I llepublle." Jlr. (iompers makes nn extendeil reference to the argument American know little about what Is going on In Htif'ln und the argument It Is unfair and uuwle lo puss Judgment. Official. ing, February 12th. ANTI-TOBAC- I - Anil-Tobac- co r Mr-!"it- ,n the supcrin-de- nl of Forest forBcroa College, has just ruturnod from New Orleans, where ho attended the meeting of the Southern Forestry Congress. The sessions lasted throe days and was attended by a largenumbcr of lumbermen, and others interested in the development of tho forests of the South. The forestry outlook in the South was discussed at length and resolutions were passed urging tho passage of laws in all tho states that wjll aid in the development and preservation of the forests. Mr. I. B. Chcsnul, MiUltary Note Hyglcnio Friend to Unsympathetic Friend "It ain't no uso a arg-ifyiwith mo. I tells ycr that 'danders aro tho. best ventilated sodcrs in tho world, and yer can't deny it I" London Blighty. ALEXANDER ng HUME c0RD Anti-Tobac- co 2". Oonuony'a militaruntlouaU tnino within aa Inch of celehrutlni; their .l.xt Rrent Irluii'ifli vlnce the urinlMlce. An would-huuxtilii uho had ported lilmf elf nonr the criminal courts luillillnp. flrel thrH lmta nr Klrfnuce Mlnlnter Dr. Muthlns KrzberRer a. the latter was itnnliiK out. humewunl Minirct's. Ixjund. nfter a henrliiR In his HIk--I xult "The plen of those misguided perD. Kiirl Melfferlch. Only one sons lu America who say 'wait for ucnlnxt xlliditly farts hcfore.pnsslng Judgment' 4s nothbullet struck Krzhertrer, wqundlnR him In the shoulder. The ing more than excuse, whlrh. It It nttMillnnt, who gave his nninu an O. hoped, will gain tljne for the ltus"lnn Von Illrhchfeldt, wns arrested. experiment nnd enable It to spread to r. Ilerschfeldt Is a former radet other countries." Quoting from the new boWhevlst minisThe assailant of the finance cniiNiltutlon. Mr. Gompers points out. ter wns seized by the kIIcc unl tak while Jhe lift It ciMigrew en to n police station, where his name di dares for a dictatorship of the wns discovered.1 lie Is twenty years a and the poorest old nnd now Is n Student living In a glent portion of the peasantry Is dissuburb of Ilerlln with his parents. Ills franchised, ami the largest bolherlst father Is n bank olikial. estimate of the proletariat calculates Kerr Krzbercer wus ensnReU In con them as only of the number versatlon with his solicitor, Doctor of peasants. rrlodlnnder, outside the criminal court Majority Not Represented. nt 2:30 o'clock when his assnllnnt, a Uen a fairly prosperous working-mayoung man. appronrhed .by this calculation Mr. Gompers and fired n pistol at the finance minissays Is not a proletarian. Bolshevist ter! The shot entered his shoulde:. says, show the bolshevlst Doctor Krledlnnder sprang at the statistics, he youth, who at the same moment fired minority does not even represent the In Moscow, n second shot, which hit Krzbergcr In musses of factory workers stronghold. the region of the stomach, ' ut glanced the bolshevlst Quoting from llhevlst oltlclnt off ,bls wntch clinln nnd a button. extent of show Herr Krzbergor staggered Into his documents to by the the olstievlkl, Mr. massed motorcar, which was waiting to tnke Gompers terror "economic condition In Mild him home, nnd drove off nt full speed. Itl'iM-liu-l time Itussln at the Jin-seto do Ith the has absolutely-nothinTEUTON STATES FIGHT UNION merits or demerits of theilshevlst I hllosophy of government," nnd mkls: "It should have no Intluence In deBavaria and Saxony Voice Opposition " termining the Judgment of any person to Giving Berlin Control of Nation. mon It ns such." What They Do to Labor, . Berlin, Jan. 27. The suggtflon Mr. GontMrs quoted ns tho most orlglnntlng In the Prussian dKt and direct Information n dlsputch from the nntlonnl government to sound the Itiisslnn trade unionists to W. A?A"p-pletn- n. sentiments of the federated states o'u president of the International the question of creating a unified Ger rederallon of Trade Unions, which mnn state hns aroused opposition In thnt bolsllevlsts havo split up Hnvnrln nnd Suxony. the reserve funis of trade unions, wns Introduced by the throttled the labor press, killed Inbor The proposal conlltlon bloo of the Prussian diet. organizations, split up trudo unions uulch, its u clirss nnd put down strikes by The press dispatch from snya the majority of the Bavarian "force of arms and plentiful execupeople are unnltenib'ly opjiosed to any tions." scheme thnt tends to obliterate their "hi all concepts of freedom within prerogatives. Gompers the American nation,"-Mr- . general debute on tho Issue In said, "one fundamental principle Is In n diet, the nnrtles. with Ihat any Involuntary servitude, that iho Ilnvnrlnn the exception of the majorities nnd Js. compulsory labor, hhnll not be enthe independents, opposeu tno scneino. forced upon the working people." Tim ultra left radicals, however. declared that they fuvored It and requested the Bavarian government to HAYS NAMES G. 0. P. BODY Uireci ineir enoris in inni ui reel ion. ComAnnounces Personnel mittee to Frame Platform In WHAT THEY OWE UNCLE SAM I of National Convention. ikrlln, Jan. Mid ists nrls-toernt- e Soviet Rules Known. not necesary" snys Mr. Gnm-"fAmericans to know exnet conditions In Germnny before passing Judgment on the form of government there. It was nocenry only to know the form of government nnd rulei It operated under. "We do not hnve to wnlt for Information nbout the form of government Vxlstlng In what Is called soviet Itussla. All the Information necesnry to piiKslug of Judgment on bolshevlm and Ihe system of government nnd ns n suite, sorlety'is ut band from nuthen-i- e "Itls 11 11 offl-ee- Pnu-Iliisiu- pro-letnr- one-fift- h n, g . es d Interest on U. S. Loans to European Countries Now Amounts to 325,0O0,0O0. vice-preside- nt. Ali'xunilo inline hunt, tocrolnry of t union, to Vnlf llio liiKtim from Hawaii Just to olTVr Mr. Ford wiintn Vlxun J0I1. .Mr. Wllxon to liei'nmi' ireMcnt of tin' . 'itn l'iiclllc union und tukt up IiIh residence In Unwull. deficrllietl hy Mr. Ford u n Inud where there Is tin rme lirejinllce mid wliere fur 12 )eurn the repro'enlullves of the liutloiiH ntiout llie IiIk iiceiiim liuvt) been iiieutlng to plnn a will lirhiR work n Leiiuue of Nutloim couiprlsltig all of tliobo about tliu ureuf I'ucillc oceun. e a-nI'rt'H-Itle11 Hughes. William Howard raft. KUbu Boot, Theodore Hoosevelt, John Hoys Hammond, Gilford Plnchnt, Frank A. Vanderllp, Governor Allen of Kansas and William Allen White. In his of thu appointment of countries Is: France, $01,021,-74- the committee Chulrmnn Hays said: other Italy, $M,250,!80; Itussla, "This committee will Itself be Berglutu, $11,405,278; Czecho- working body und will suggest the line slovakia. $1.0(W.083; Serbia. $017,200; nf thought and Investigation for n Itoumatilu, $000,873. and Liberia. $543. great many others. "Underlying the wholo plan Is tho To Seize Vienna Museum Loot great fact, which the nntlonnl commitBerne, Jnu. 28. Austrlun troops tee recognizes, that there rests on the nnd customs employees have been Itepubllcnn pnrty the tremendous reposted along the Swiss frontier to pre- sponsibility of ascertaining fully the vent the export of penis und articles needs of the tuition and frankly, honof historic Interest, taken from the estly and definitely stating the fundamuseum at Vienna, which was looted mentals of the party's plan for the soeonie time ago. Objects of art valued lution of the problems In a comprehen-- " were) slvu program of constructive at approximately $9,000,000 0; 2; houso wnya nnd means comiultteo by the treasury depiirtnient, which plans to defer collection for a few years pending reconstruction. Great Brltuln owes tho most' InterInterest owed jy est, $1I4.-- 10.837. Washington, Jan. 30. Accrued If), tercst on loans to Kuropenu countries convt'ntlon, which Is to be held In Chi$323,000,000, totiils npproxlmntely cago June 8. Many lenders In tho pnrty a table submitted to the ure members Including Charles I'vnns 11 Chicago. Jan. .'10. Will II. Ilnys. chairman of Ihe Itepubllcnn national committee, has nnnnunret) the personnel of the committee that Is to framo platform In advance of the national taken. February Sifeo. fTTt- - rhK CfTlzE'tf Pago Thretf ' ' iiemlspnere. choice not becauso It's the only way From the ilny the iirtin "Wo started nt the wrong end. In our flee wns signed business began to pick outi" nntton building," Dnvo wns snylng. ALL up nnd It hns continued "Now you're talking." snld Bert. "We stnrled to build cities, lenvlng to In- rense month by month until It U now ,"And most of us girls who marry ns a the country tn tnko enre of Itself. Wo In n most satisfactory condition. mntter of choice don't mnrry. I've nro finding out how wrong we were. More ships passed through the rnnnl only known one mnn from whom n Depend upon It, where there Is n prosACCORD during tho month f, December, 1010, proposal would set mo thinking. And perous country tho cities will tnko We have been than In any preceding month, and new he'll never promise to me not now. cure of themselves. records were established for net Not since Miss Ilnnfy enme West." .putting the cart before the horse" J.C. By tolls nnd enrgo. "Oh," said Irene, sloVly, "I'm I'm During thnt Hut Irene's eyes were on the sunset; AMICABLE; RELATIONS EXISTING Qui fare month n total of 281 ocean-goinDEMONSTRATED IN SECOND ships so sorry I" on the slowly fnillng colors of the mnde the transit with an nggregae Kitchancr, and other poem Something of "It'n nil right," snld Ilcrt, looking clouillnnds overhead. FINANCIAL CONGRESS, net displacement tonnnge of 0.17,109 out of tho window. "Just nnother of thnt color plnyed ucross her fine fnce, nnd n totnl enrgo of 0,Vl,001 tons. The life's little bumps. We get used to mellowing, softening, drawing ns It Inhntrcd Flood tip In til n eyes ns tin ut- them In time. Hut you wnnt n Job. seemed, the very soul to checks and MEXICQ IS ONLY SORE SPOT romnierclnl ships numbered 201. 8YNOP8I8. cluded In the total boats thnt went Hps nnd eyes, Duve pnusetUIn his I,et nm see; you tlrnw, don't you?" tered tho threat. "I'll Jilt you, Dave," through during the month were 20 "Just for n pastime. I can't enrn a speech to regard her, nnd her benuty with his father on he repented, "where you enn't lilt CtlAPTEn rushed upon him, engulfed him, over- Other 'Governmenti small, badly menaced ranch, I)avl1 hack." living thnt way." t the Western United Stnttw government ships. The Elden has reached tha at ot eighteen December In Hemisphere Are Working Together totnl tolls collected "J'm not so sure. Terhnps not with whelmed him In such n poignancy of "Thanks for the warning," said with few educational advantatea. An ac It seemed for n monmounted to cident to the auto In which Dr. Hardy, "So Irene Hnrriy Is to ho the nrt In the nbstmct. You must commcr-clnlli- o tenderness that far the Permanent Solution of Nu- $!48i4l.ns wns $89i;i7B,70, of which eaatern physician, and hla tmli Irene, are louring me country, damn. stake. All right, I'll alt In. And I'll on traffic bound from It. If you, on the one hand, ment nil his resolves must be swept prinsi merous International Problems, new element Into hla lire. Dr. narajr s win." the Atlantic to the I'nclllc and J442,- enn mnke n picture of the Itockles, nwny nnd he must storm the cltndcl broken and ha la necessarily con iff la 10 nia nen, irtenaenip, ana eome siege, , . . to on thnt bound from the I'neltlc fined you're won," returned which you enn't sell, nnd, on tho other, thnt would not surrender him resolute;! "You'll By JAMES P. HORNADAY. to the Atlnnde, Only nctlon could hold Ihtnr more, developi between Irene and Conwnrd, think On the bnsls of the ' leering!?, "nnd then you'll enn mnke n picture ofn pnlr.of shoes, Washington. Whatever the rela- - December business the nntiunl Income pressed down the nccclerntor until greatly eiloye tha And out thnt you didn't. I'll present which you con sell, which, ns n womnn he CHAITKH tho United Slates ami from the cnnnl would be approxi"f'jvecn unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her to you, Dnve, llko that." Ho lifted of good sense, In need of tho sltnolconn; the steel lungs' of his motor were IJons,world ns a whole uiny be In the her acnu ilntanreahln with David rlpena ruiuiisi in limit lif mately $11,000,000. t . uutiiMi On rn V. f . and nre you going to do? You're going to drinking ninti IU lliili furiously vu Into arret i Ion. On fir. Ilardy'a recovery n burnt mntch from an llh certainty ' lnn ue down ' Ity nnd the enr rnnred the younir people part, with tha under held It before him. drnw the shoes nnd the Second Canal May Be Needed. ,"" Ul18 country's relnthons with the tandlnr that David will seek to Improve the stretches of the country road. hla poeltlon In life and they will meet nations of the western hemisphere With the treaty of pence In force ns Dave's Impulse; was to seize the Now I think I enn get you started that It wns dusk when he hnd burnt out were never lain. thick, flabby thront In bis hands and wny. on rntnlogiie work nnd nd cuts. ns they to the governments of the world, with . CIIAITPIl III. -- The audden deattj ofhle choke It lifeless. With n resolute ef- "Try your pencil on something nny-- j his violence, nnd, chastened nnd nre at this before ns cordlnl time. If anything were the exception of the United States nnd leavea Dnvld with practically father bring down a few spent, he turned the mnchlne to hum needed to nothlnc but the few bare acree of the fort he turned to tho telephone nnd tilng U all nnd demonstrate the good rein (fermnny, the trnfllc' through the cnnnl ranch, the elder man havlnir throush bark gently to the forgotten city. tlonshlp ojtl8tlng snmples." between the govern Is now beginning to represent dnlly the ears of dissipation waated the Income. lifted the receiver. Irene, by some fine telepathy, hnd folbegan J Ila dehta paid. David goes to the nearest ""Send n car nnd n doctor to Conwnrd So Irene's, little studio-rooments of the Americas, the meeting of Important tuitions of the world? The emo- town, determined to keep hla promise to wns lowed. vaguely the ,course of his ,.. , flnnnclnl first ocean-goinGerman vessels to Iilden's ofllce," he snld when he had to take on rf practical purpose. It pro- . i n the second Irene by acquiring an education and making himself worthy of her. He secures tha got the desired number. work which cnlled for form and n "Mr. Con-- iio...nt nn,i t..nr ...i a team for a Ri.n conference, "bleb bus Just concluded pass through the cnnnl under the flrtt work offered, driving thnn color, nnd In these ling lnce the wnr began In 1014 coal dealer, nnd meeta a man named wnrd has been hurt fell against a portion rnther "dn l'Te, SU pplled thnt In n.,.o ..ihtlo fmnlnlno wnv " W.c,,k'" soon found herhla own age, by whom he la desk, or something. about Nothing serious, Irene exceUed. She nwd. Kvery government, from the were two tugs which mndn the transit t i.i i.. i. led Into dlsslpatldn. iii.u lutiiiwh Cnnndlnn border on the north to Cnpe from the Atlnntlc to the Pacific on ns sho could do, In mi: ii..iu!- - mm iii.u the favorable hut may need n stitch or two." Then, self Willi nsmuch CIlAPTEn Into the distances; she wntched his Horn attention of the managing- - editor of a turning tn Conward: "It will depend nddltlon to the duties of the houseon the south, wns represented .lonunry 12, on their wny from Hnm- newspaper. David t.ecomes a reporter. hold, ns molds were luxuries which powerful hnnd on tho wheel ; his clenr, nt this conference. A spirit of one burg to Valparaiso, They were Kdlth. acutely sensible of hla (food looks on you whether this affnlr nets to tho nccurncy with sternly eye; the minute ness so fnr hs the United States. Cen- manned by Herman crews, but were and general worthlneM, falla In love with public on you nnd Miss Wnrdln. could no longer he' afforded and her him. though with the memory of Irene In MnlTe mother seemed unable to realize thnt which he controlled his flying motor; tral nnd South Amerlrn nre concerned traveling under orders of the Hrltlsh your own explanations. And ns hla heart David does not perceive It. e nnd she prayed nnd did n(H know domlnnted tho meeting. The only fly admiralty, and their mission was to soon ns you nre nblo to bo nbout our they were not still living In the VI -- Davit advances to a CHArrnn of Doctor Hnrdy's Income. To whnt or why she prayed. Hut n color In the ointment wni Mexico, nnd even tow disabled newspaper. partnership will be dissolved." vessels from on tha of not nil of the dying sunlight lit her with respect to Irene, therefore, fell the work of the Conward renews acnuatntanceahtp with . thnt Unruly neighbor Valparaiso to Liverpool for overhaullie sees ! Conwnrd wns rendy enough to ndopt house, os well as Its support. cheek ns she guessed she feared Ma own advantage, David, for. there wns the general feeling thnt In ing. There Is every reason to believe the town t "rlne" for a boom, through- Dave h suggestion thnt their quarrel Hut her success In earning a living she hoped that she had prayed thnt time she will hebnve herself. There that th'c business of the cntlnl will Divld serures the backing of tha newsshould not corac to the notice of the paper for fhemea In which he la Inter he might forget his fine resolves esteit, and the two. aa Conward and public, nnd Gladys Wardln, npparent did not seem In the slightest degree thnt his henrt might nt lnstoutrule Is now n sort of unwritten understand' continue to Increase nt n rnpltl rate. Ing thnt tho United States nnd th K1.W, po Into the real estate business nnd so firmly is this belief estnb-llshe- d ly, kept her own counsel In the mat- to clear the wny for marrlnge. She! his head, . . . PIIAITIMI IV. N'aturally of clean mind. South nnd Central American govern could not ask Dave to assume the that In government circles there David determlnea to get away from his ter. In a tlmo when firms were going support of her mother; partlcuinny In the deepening dnrkness her fin- ments will work together for the good Is Fat n good deal of tnlk to tho effect surroundings, uncongenial and out of business without even the forgers found his nrm. Tho motion it the of ea.ch other nnd for the good of thi Ivfli brings hfTn into contact with Mr. In view of Mrs. Hardy's behnvlor thnt It Is only n question of time, nnd Duncan, who sees the Inherent good In tlfc mality of an assignment, nnd others toward him, she could not nsk that. car masked the violence of her trem- whole world. boy and wet' nmei hlin to hla home, where were being absorbed by their competiprobnhly of n limited period of time, bling, but for n time the pounding of he meets Kdlth, his host's pretty daughter, tors, "or n good mnny yenr the United n hnve to" be cnnnl the dissolution of tho Conward & Sho sometimes wondered If Conwnrd and begins tne coveted education, her henrt would not nllow her speech. Slntes nnd the American governments until to second enre of will trnfllc pnss long while she refused to comno Kor a built the tnke men th become Eldcn establishment occasioned CHAITKH. "Dnve." she snld, nt length, "I wnnt to the south of her. with the exception lng from length, why wealthy during the "boom," and whenjt plete the thought, but nt The the Atlnntlc to the Pnclflc lis nearlng Its Inevitable end David dis- more than pnsslng notice. rensons," not? Why shouldn't Conward mnrry to tell you that I think you that we of Mexico, hnve been Inclining townrd by this shortened, route. Some well- covers, through Miss Morrison, society "for business I Oh. I've been very selfish nnd n hnrmnnlous family, but It wns not editor of the newspaper on which he had given to tho newspapers seemed suffiher mother? And whnt oilier purpose thnt informed men wllo-- duties pcrtnln to " Her fingers hnd followed his until March, IMG. been employed, that Irenp Hardy la livcould he hnve In his continuous visits proud thnt the first nctunl the business of the cnnnl express the ing In town, with her mother cient. unity of view 'tlfnt within ten years congress although urm to the shoulder, nnd the enr hud sjep tounrtl complete Irene Hardy found herself In a po- to their home? Mrs. Ilnrdy, CHAPTER VIII. The narrative turns to Idled to a standstill. "I hnve fought thought and purpose wns taken. On will be the Hardys. In their eastern home. Mrs. sition of Increasing dellcncy. Since the no longer young, hud by no means cnlled nn to order the construcHardy unavalllngly seeks a "brilliant" surrendered all 4hc attractions of her ns long as I can, Dave. I I always March 12. lOlfi. President Wilson In tion of n second cnnnl. match for Irene, and realises that her doy of their conversation In the tea- sex, wanted to to lose, you know; and vlted nil th American governments to nnd Conwnrd was slipping by the daugtitera affectluna are placed elsewhere. room Dave had been constnnt In'hls Of course this mny all be Idle tnlk. Irene confesses to her Intensely annored send delegates to a conference with but It can be snld with ccrtninty that young girl would be now I surrender." mother her attachment to David Klden, attentions, but, true to his ultlmntum, period where a In facing tho unEldcn lost no time the secretnry of the trensury here the cannl ha proved u great success. Tha audden death ot the Cow 1'uncher, the two women with hnd uttered no word that could In any his natural mate. If they should Dr. Hardy leaves Ireno wns no plotter, but It pleasant tOsk of nn Interview with with n view to establishing "closer a success even beyond the drenms of, only a few thousand rMlars, and Mrs. way be construed to bo more or less marry It was even less pleas- nnd more sntlsfnctnry flnnnclnl rela- the men who were most nctlve In proIlardy'a health necessitating nor residence tloubt did seem that such n match would Mrs. Ilnrdy. expected. In a drier climate they move to tha thnn nlntonlc She hnd now no ant than he tions between the American republics." moting the enterprise, among them the western city where David Ulden la a that she felt for Dnve that attachment clear the way for all concerned. She "Irene Is of age," said Mrs. Unrdy, citizen ot Importance. Inte Theodore ItooscvclL Started Five Years Ago. are without was surprised, when she turned It without which ceremonies bluntly. "If she will, she will. Hut 1 ra. Hardy entera fully CHAITKK Congress Wants to Quit June 1. If thus enmc about thnt there ns over In her mlnd, to rcnllzc that ConInto the "boom" spirit, and while engaged nvnll nnd with which ceremonies nre must tell you plainly thnt I will do nil sembled In Wnslrington on Mondny, The lenders In congress nro beIn purchasing a houae from Conward but ceremonies. And yet she shrank wnrd linil won for himself such a place I can to' dissuade her. Ungrateful David meets Irene again, and her mother Mnv 24, 1915, under the chnlrmnnshlp ginning to tnlk of nn adjournHe vainly endeavors to prevont Mra, from surrender. . . . And she knew In her regard that she could contemexclaimed. In nn outburst Hardy (mealing In real estate. perceiving thnt some tiny she must surrender. plate such a consummation ns very child!" she "after nil these years to of tho secretnry of the trensury. tho ment by Juno 1, so ns to enable of temper, the disaster at hand, but she is obstinate. flnnnclal confer tho senators nnd representatives' to first Subconsciously, The situation wns complicated by much to be desired. throw herself nway In an Infatuation to the Conwnrd flushed, but ho mnlntnlned rnther than from specific motive, she for a cow puncher when there are men ence. The subjects submitted flnnnce, nttend the national political convenconditions which Involved her mother conference embraced public "You've an attitude of composure. tions, but meantime good progress Is nssumed still more friendly attitude It was appnrcnt that nnd Conwnrd. like Mr. Conwnrd" the monetnry situation, the existing not being made with pending legisla"I, Conwnrd's friendship been drinking, Dnve," ho snld. for Mrs. Hardy toward him. financing of pub' tion. Men who nre Influential on the "Conwnrd I" Interrupted Dave. bnnklng slttintlnn. the meant no harm toMIss Wardln." Hert Morrison's confession had, hownot renct to Dave's advantage. "He has the manners of a lie Improvements nnd nil prlvnte en steering committees of the two branch"Don't mnke me cnll you a llnr as did was enreful to drop no word ever, set up nnother very Insistent Conwnrd said. In a tone Intended to terprises, therextenslon of Intcr-Ames of the legislative body hnve passed well as n cur." trnln of thought In Irene's mind. She be crushing. In hearing thnt could be taken lenn markets, the merchnnt mnrlnt the word down the line tlmf If the The word cut through Conwnnl's ns Irene's reflection upon Dave, but realized Hint Hert. with all her show n direct "And the morals of a coyote," Dave nnd Improved facilities of transportn memberships of the two houses desire wns mask of comppsuro. "Now by God! I wns conscious of nn Influence, a ,f cynicism and masculinity, tlon. It wns n program that went be nti adjournment ns early us June 1, womnn, returned hotly. won't tnko thnt from any man I" he she tnngnetlsm, It nltnost seemed, the reiilly a very womanly young snld Mrs. Hardy, In a low, yond the emergencies growing put of they will hnve to get down to work shouted, and with a swing of his arms whole tendency training nnd the Insight pull with Just the of which Wns shocked cry. Thnt Klden should-speuthe wnr, which nt thnt time wns he nnd see thnt necessury legislation ls threw his coat over his shoulders. Into life thnt would make her almost nwny from Klden. of Conwnrd with such disdain seemed ginning to drnw the world Into Its vor disposed of promptly. Dnve made no motion, nnd Conwnrd her Of course thq Irresistible should she enter the sacrilege. Then, tex. The conference did not confine six Mrs. Hardy hnd Invested practically slowly brought his coat bnck to posimonths' discussion of the treaty market. And Hurt nnd Dnve to her little less thun all her little fortune In her house. The gathering herself together with some Itself to the ndoptlon of temporary of pence with Germnny In the sennte tion. were already good friends; very good "I was right," said Dare, calmly. "I small sum which hnd been saved from friends tnderd, ns Irene suspected dignity: "If you cannot speak, re- devices; It sought to meet h perma is to a largo extent responsible for Investment hnd been spectfully of Mr. Conward you will nent need by establishing nn orgnnlzn the legislative congestion. knew you wouldn't fight. You think that unfortunate Although from fragments of conversation which more of your skin thnn you do of your enten up lu the cost of furnishing nnd either of them dropped from tlmo to please leave the house. I slinll not tlon which should devote Itself to the this congress came together tho third Ilnrdy, Impor honor. Vell It's better worth protec- trinlntnlnltig the home. Doctor Although' Mie never doubted forbid you to see Irene; I know that carrying out of nbetnsk whose bj' tern week In April Inst year, It wns not measured In addition to his good name, hnd left time. would be useless. Hut please do not tnnce wns jiot to tion." until the first of January, tills year, the singleness of Dnve's devotion, she dnuglit'cr some few thousand dolporory conditions, whetlfcr of wnr or your presence." "If this girl were not here " Con- Uls thnt the senate wns in position to bein Hert Mor- trouble me with lars of life Insurance, nnd this wns sometimes suspected thntn more frank When Duve had gone Mrs. Ilnrdy pence, ward protested. "I will not fight" gin giving serious consideration" to supplying rison's presence he felt The thought behind thnt first flnnn general legislation. Kveu nt that Inte "Oh. I will lenve." snld Miss Wnrdln. the capital which wns now It wns rung up Conwnnl's number. dnlly needs. It, too, would soon comradeship than In hers. And said. "ou clnl conference of the Amerlcns wns "Oh. Mr. Conwnrd.!" she with alncrlty. "And I hope ho soaks their dellberotlon-- were frequently Inpreposterous thnt he should not know Yes. thnt If the countries of the western jlnte. know who Js speaking? you well," she (hot back, ns the door bo exhnusted, nnd Irene wns confront- thnt Hert might be won for the winterrupted by outbreaks on the trenty. finding could be bound together ed with the serious business of You must come up tonight. I do wnnt hemisphere closed behind her. The house of representatives natning. And meantime . . . flnnnclnlly they would be bound to to tnlk with you. I I've been InsulI!ut by this time Conwnrd hnd as- a means of livelihood for herself and urally feels that n good (leal of Its Another winter woro nwny; another v her mother. my own house. Hy that that gether every other wny. Thnt thought work since last April has counted, for sumed n superior attitude. "Dare," spring came rushing from the moun- tedIn I can't It seems, fell on fertile soil for nil the She discussed her problem with Bert lie snld, "I won't fight over n quarrel nothing. It bus sent oyer to the sensummer was Elden. It's all very terrible. telephone." formed tain passes; another countries of the western hemisphere, of this kind. Hut remember, there are Morrison, with whom she hnd not hnd tell you oyer the Ilnrdy evening. with the exception of Mexico, hnve nte n long list of bills thut hnve won- upon them, and still Irene Conwnrd called early In the same things Jn which no mnn allows n considerable friendship. S,he been touched by the upper brunch of not surrendered. A thousand times the adjournment .of thnt first another to Interfere. Lcnst of nil such dered whether she might "bo able to she told herself It was Impossible, with Mrs. Ilnrdy had heard the bell and sln the legislative body. a mnn as you. There nre ways of get- get u position onono of the newspn-per- her mother to think of and always bustled Into the room. She hud not flnnnclnl conference worked together Worried About Railroad Bills. yet recovered from her agitation, nnd for the solution of numerous problems, ting bnck, nnd I'll get bnck." she ended In Indlgnntlon over her made no effort to conccul it. Just noy the sltuntion with respect Subjects That Are Handled. '"Why such n mnn ns me? I know I "Don't think of It," said Hert. "If treatment of Dnve. It wns outrageous giving the "Come Into my sitting room, Mr. haven't been much of n moralist In you wunt to keep a sane, sweet out- to keep hlin wnltlng . . . nnd someAn organization which took the to railroad legislation Is Conwnrd. I nm so glad you have come. name of the International high com lenders In the two houses n good deal business matters I've been In the look 'on humnnlty, don't cxnmlne It too where back of her flitnt ...h. t l.iv- of concern. In brief the situation with Ilenllyf I nm so upset. It Is such a ......- nr. u'iiu .troi.tml ... tlinf ,,,wrong conipnny for thnt but I draw closely. That's 'what we have to do In v ted the form the now seductive form ctmifort to have some one you can de- iuinii.it. flnnnclnl conference, nnd It respect to the legislation Is this: In the newspaper game, nnd thnt's why the Amerlcnn of Hert Morrison. pend on some one whose advice one Is through this organization thnt the tho message which he sent froln Pnrls "Oh, you're fine stuff, all right. we're nil cynics. Keep out of It." Irene Hardy chose to be frank with "Hut I must enrn n living," Irene herself over the sltuntion. She hnd can seek, on occnslons like this. I governments) of the Amerlcns hnve In April Inst yenr President Wilson, What would your friend Miss Hardy never thought" protested. think if I told her all I know?" . worked together harmoniously, The said to congress thnt unless It liuiTIn not doubted the sincerity of her "There, there." ho snld. "You must fntefnntlorini high commission held Its the meantime mnde provision for the "You Jcnow nothing that could nffect "Ever contemplate mnrrlngo?" 6ald for Dnve Elden; but, had Miss Hardy's opinion." control yourself. Tell me. It will re- flrst general meeting nt Huenos Aires return of the railroads to the comdoubt, experienced such sm rY's a aii laaaaaian t she of Bert Morrison aInto the the en lieve you, nnd perhaps I enn help." panies ho woyjti tqrn t.Uem back on "It's too bad your memory Is so In April, 1010. At thnt meeting It In Urarnn try "Oh. I'm sure you enn," she re- L eluded In Its deliberations the question JunuSry""l. 1020. Congress on the poor," Conwnrd sneered. "Why were would hnve forever removed It. 'In agreements touching strength of thut wnrnlng begun to give "It's nil over Irene nnd thnt your lights off that night I pnsscd your fairness she admitted thnt things turned. will say It thnt cow puncher. of lnternntlonnl uniform labor legis- goino uttentlon o rnllroud legislation enr? Oh, I guess you remember 1 What the Amerlcns, on were. If she that I could not continue as they To think It should Itnvo como to thlsl lation, the uniformity of rcgillntioiis but It was late In the yenr before thi will Miss Hardy think of thut?" continued to trifle with Dave Klden Conwnrd. you uro Qot a mother, so covering classification nnd nnnlysts of subject was well In hand. Toward thu For a moment Dare was unable to She would bo frant. Mr. Yes, trifle. you enn't undcrFnn'd. Ungrateful girl I petroleum nnd other mineral fuels, end of the year, It will bo recalled, the follow Conwnrd's thought. Then his She would nol spnre herself. She hnd mind reached bnck to that night ho Hut 1 blame him. And the doctor. I with reference to nntlonnl develop, president, seeing that congress would been trilling with him. . . . She would ready with legislation for the to come West. It drove" Into the country with llert Mor pride nslde. In the purity never wanted him In Umt fool m- ment policies, the necessity "of better not be lay her false rison, when on tho brow of a hill he trnnsportutlon facilities between the regulutlon of the rouiA under prlvnte could not wns thut fool trip, of her womanhood, which he an1, by Jnnuury witched off his lights that they might Amerlcnn republics; better bnnklng fn mnnugemeut i misunderstand, she would divest her otor" better admire tho majesty of the Conwnrd smiled to himself over her duties ; the extension of credit; the nounced through proclumntlon that he self ot nil convention nnu ten mm unaccustomed violence. Mrs. Ilnrdy flnnnclng of public nnd prlvnte enter would turn the roads back on March heavens. Thnt Conwnrd should placo frankly thut Hint nn evil Interpretation upon that Incimust be deeply moved when she for- prises, and the stnblllzntlon of lnter 1, 1020. Thut decision nfforded conShe was not sure whnt she would got to dent was a thing so monstrous, so albe correct. He had readily sur- nntlonnl exchange; telegraph facilities gress two additional months In which would tell It. She was tell or how she together beyond argument, thnt Dave of her distress. It and rates, and the use of wlrolojs to complete its legislation. would mnke him mised the occasion sure only thnt sho fell back upon the basic human meth-- Tho senate passed what was known needed no words from MVs. Hardy to; telegraphy for coimqerclnl purposes, know. At the very next opportunity. od reserved for such occaslous. Ills tell him that Irene and Duvo were en- Work on nil these subjects has been as the Cummins bill nnd the house the fist leaped forwnrd, and Conward gaged. He had expected It for some steadily nnd energetlcnlly pressed, ns E.h bill. Taking tho position' that Its It came on n .fine summer's evening time, and tho Information wns not crumpled up before It. bill offers constructive legislation vfns shown nt tho second In. Into July, while Duve nnd Irene Conward lay stunned for a few mindistasteful to him. He hud can conference, which has Just closet! while the house bill merely proposes In his car over the rich ripendrifted utes, then, wjth returning consciouscome somewhat under the spell of Its sessions here. corrective legislation, the senate Is disinclined to yield on the main proness, ho tried to lt up, Dave helped 'JEver Contemplate Marriage?" Said ing prairies. Irene's attractiveness, but he hnd uo Panama Canal Prospering. n Everywhere were fields ef long ns this deep attachment for her. He was not him to a chair. Wood flowed down his Disconcerting Tho Panama canal Is Just begin vision ot Its bill, nnd as Miss Morrison, With wheat, ulready beginning to nware that he hnd ever had nn abidface, and as ho began to enllzo what nlng to demonstrate Its real worth situation exists the legislation cannot Frankness. glimmer with tho gold of liarvwst; ev- ing computed. In the meantime preputtncluuent for any woman. Athad occurred It was Joined with tears erywhere were herds If sleek cattle tachments were things which ho put The period of time that elnpsed be Miss Morrison, with disconcerting of pain, rage, humiliation. completion and the begin arations for turning tho roads back between Its sighing nnd blowing contentedly lu on nnd off ns readily as a Chnngo of nlng of the world wnr In 1914 was so to their owners uro going forward. "You got thnt 0110 on me, Elden," be frankness. the cool evening nlr. Away to tho west clothes. He planued to hit Dave brief that the United States was not The rullroud administration, which snld, after a while. "Hut It was a The color rose In Irene's cheeks, but lay the inountnhis, blue nnd soft as n coward's blow. You bit mo when I she knew that her friend was discuss- Pillow of .velvet for the head of the through Irene, but he plunned that able to gain nccurate Information as to built up a largo organlrattou here, ls wasn't looking, Very well. Two can ing a serious matter seriously. "Why, dying duy; overhead, Inverted Islands when he struck It should be a death Its usefulness, and ns to Its success being dissolved, uud It seems reasongo play at thnt game. I'll hit when you're jes," she admitted, "I have contem- of hru8 and copper flouted luzlly In blow. Their engagement would lend financially. As the war progressed ably certulu thut the ronds will a sharper edge to his shaft. naturally became of less back on the date fixed by the presnot looking . . . where you don't ex- plated It: In fact, I am contemplating the waterway nn Inverted sea of azure and opul ; up pect It . . .where you enn't hit bnck. it. That's one of the reasons I want from the southwest came tho breath Durliig the last two ident, regardless of whether or not (Continued next week.) Importance. ale living. When I I know the stake you're playing for, to start earning my yean Its trafllc was limited largely to any legislation affecting them shall Another-Teuto1'ucltk-- , mild and soft nnd TroaM of the far or ine western have been enacted by ttfat time. and I'm going to spoil It." He turned marry I wunt to. marry ns.u matter ot gentle. German is not so much a language the coastwise traue bJi.sffoile.iJ, bloody face to Dave'sond M Jam AMERICA IS COW PUNCHER Robert t i Stead e, g , lvlnr El-de- Il.-Ir- ene nsh-trn- y itsf i pny-chec- .,,., g Oer-mn- Con-war- pnt pt-.- J nfflu-enc- Vll.-Ilo- IX.-M- n 11 4 gentle-,mnn,"-s- -- - s. line" 'Ipl . run-Ame- dark-gree- as a gargle. London Blighty I Pago Four TUB CITIZEN RECEPTION TOR THE LADIES THE CHILDREN'S BUREAU A February 5, 190. QF LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BKREA AND VICINITY, OATIIKKBD VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM Moving Pictures in the College Chapel free to the pnblio, Friday Sclcntlllo horso shooing, flno iron night, at J:00 o'clock. work and repairs of all descriptions tho College Blacksmith Shop, Mrs. Eva Waldcn is in New York Main Street, north of Tho Clllien buying Spring hats, etc. ad, Office, The following traveling men have been in town this week: J. II. Wood, Boston, Mass.; John Duckcr, CinL. 4 N. TIME TABLE cinnati, 0.; Jits. E. Ouill, Cincinnati, Northbound 0 Edwin Q. Nava, Louisville, Ky. Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. D. II. Brock, Richmond, Ky.; C. I p. m. Train No. 2:48 Slmmonds and wife, Ironlon, 0.; G. m. Train No. 32 5:13 p. V. Monroe, 'ronton, 0.; II. A. Young, Southbound Cincinnati, 0.; J. W. Slovenson Train No. 3112:48 a. m. Chicago, III.; A. B. Ransdall, Train No. 3312:25 p. ro. Ky.; J. W. McCartt, Knox- Train No. 37 1:10 p. m. villo, Tenn.; Bill McCarll, Knoxvllle, Tenn.; J. Y. Lowe and wife, LexingMr. J. A. Burgess left Monday at ton, Ky.; Frank Wrappers, New Ha. noon for Florida, where ho will ven, Conn.; J. R. Stamper, New Haven, Conn.; Jas. II. Deter, SU Louis, spend 'two or threo wocks. Mr. Oliver Baker, of Conler, Colo, Mo.; J. N. CuHon and wife, Richis visiting his father, Mr. Chas. mond, Ky. vn installed in Ihc A new Baker, who is seriously ill at his College Hospital. The work was home near Wnllaccton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl G. Walker supervised by G. E. Mageo, of Bosleft Sunday to visit Chicago, Cin- ton, Mass. Miss Margaret E. O'Connell, or cinnati and Clovcland buying MiNew York City, and Miss Lavinia llinery and Ladies Ready-lo-Wc- ar Homier, of St. Louis, Mo. were here Garments for Mrs. Jennlo B. Fish. Mrs. M. J. McSwcon after a visit tho first of tho week to investigate of two months in Berea went to the work or tho Y. W. C. A. and join heflnisband in their new homo suggest improvements. Janelte Walden has been 111 for in Richmond on last Monday. Tho home has recently been completed. a week, but is sonic belter. looro spent last Miss Jessie Mr. McSftren is the manager of The rtichmond-Welc- h Co. and they for- week-en- d in Louisville. merly lived in Austin, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, Dr. and Mrs. Miss Pearl McOuire, who lia3 been Ilulchins and Miss Barnes went to visiting in Berea. left for her homo Rirhmond. Monday, to do somo in Richmond on last Monday. shopping. formerly n Prof. Wliifehouse, Charles Johnson, formerly a stuteacher of agriculture in the Voca- dent of Berea College, was in Berea tional Department, was in Berea Tor a shorl visit recently. for a short visit with Dean Clark Miss Etta English, socrolary of the first of the week. Red Cross, has been very 111 since Miss Boalright, a teacher in tho Friday, but is better at present and Normal Department, was quite sick is. again in her office. the first of the week, but is belter. The Children's Welfare Special since She has been in Boone Tavern used tho rooms of tho Baptist her illness. for its work. Tho path Miss Roberts, who is connected Church with the Child Welfare Investiga- at side of church is often lined with tion now being conducted by tho baby buggies of interested mothers. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace, who Government in Berea, gave an inter, eating address at tho WjBst End have been on an extended trip to Chapel on Sunday evening on tho Wyoming and Oklahoma, are now visiting their son, Allen Wallace, at subject "Caro of Children returning to A. L. Golden bought a now Oak Erwin, Tenn., before land Sensible Six car last week. Tho Berea. W. B. Walden was in Mt. Vernon car was sold by Boone Tavern Gar thU week attending court. age. W. N. Hughes, of Grecnhall, was Marshall E. Vaughn, secretary of , Berea College, left Sunday, Fcbru a Berea visitor this week. arv 1. for a visit to Chicago. .Ho D. L. Roberts has recovered suf will visit tho University of Chicago ficiently from his operation for ap and study . their methods of student pendicitis to permit of his leaving . TT enrol i mem ana correspondence, nu the hospital Sunday. expects to stop at several colleges and universities in Illinois and His Michigan before returning. trip is expected to last for the ppr iod of ten days.' Miss Florence Philip visited her sister at Dreyfus last week and came back to Berea on Sunday. Sell Miss Lucy Johnson was at Paint Lick last week on a visit to Mrs. Clara Evans. Misses Lucy Johnson and Florence Philip left Monday, February And 2, for Ohio on an extended pleasure Best Blacksmithing 'at 38-1- reception for tho ladles of the Children's Bureau was given Monday evening at tho homo Qf Professor and Mrs. John F. Smith. An evening of music, marshmallow roasting, refreshments and chatter, was enjoyed by cveryono who oamo. Those who were present wcro the guesls of honor, Dr. Bradley and her mother, Mrs. Sage; Misses Roberts, lUns, Springer, and Nelson of tho Bureau force; Dr. and Mrs. Hutch-- ,, ins, Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Dr. and Mrs. Marlon Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. Dudley' Mr. Hudson, Professor and Mrs..I King, Miss Welsh, Professor and, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Cowley, Miss Bcu. lali Whit!. The songs by Mrs. King and tho violin music by Mrs. Hutchtns wcro especially enjoyable. RED CROSS OUR STORE is the ' Talk of the Town! A big showing of Spring Suits and Coats arc on display at ourstore. The latest word of fashion you will find in our garments, combined with workmanship. A beautiful line of new Georg- ette Waists, and all the new things in both Silk and Cotton Underwear. In fact .anythng you want you can find bV paying a visit to our store. Banking Service must depend largely in the broader sense, upon bank-in- g connections in centers of population and of trade. f This bank, by virtue of its membership in the Fed eral Reserve System, belongs to the largest and strongest Banking Associations in the world. Its service satisfies. Lex-Ingto- X-r- ay Trade With us, The interest expressed in tho loWe'll both nwle money work of our Red Cross Is very cal gratifying. Your worker appreciates havin? MRS. EVA WALDEN Iho office railed and cases reported limb should be Investigated. The many forms of cooperation wl! wrnt ymi n receipt for my lcllcr make the work of our Chapter n makes us foci that people Just need I SUCCCSS. know. More or our own soldier boys arc The many kind attentions paid being ordered to Government Hospl- - your Secretary while sick for a few tals for treatment as a result of ,.,ys is verv much appreciated. work done in this office. Mia, r.hllils hn looked nflcr somo The expression of interest in tho nf io work these days and tho partial report of tho work of our.iiome Service Committee, being Chapter, that went out in letter alert, meant much to tho work. form lo 250 homes one expression being a $10.00 check, tho man reBAPTIST CHURCH NEWS marking as he wrote It: "I want to An addition of seventy has been made to tho membership roll of tho Classified Advertisements Berea Baptist Church slnco July 1, 1010. Berea National Bank JOHN W. WELCH, Preiidtst JOHN L. GAY, Caikier "We Hats, trip. Vivian Smith left Monday for Louisville on a business trip which will last for several days. Bradley Kincaid is back in school and 'has taken up his work as night clerk at Boono Tavern after a short visit with his parents in Stanford. Dr. McGuiro's new 1920 Model Dcylgo arrived on last Monday. J. W. Welch camo in Monday from Detroit with several new Dodge cars. Tiio demand for automobiles is increasing in this community. Ail these machines were sold beforo they were received. Sell Them Right!" Mrs. Laura Jones Berea, Ky. Quality" Clothes Shoes and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY RETORT RETURNS OF FROM It TO IS MILES Tho Baptists of Berea havo sucFROM THE GALLON OT GASOLINE AND FROM .0flO TO 11,000 Ml LIS ON TIKES ceeded well with their quota of tho FOUND Somo money on the $75,000,000 campaign. They have slreet. Owner may havo same by already turned in one half of their identifying it and paying for this first year's pledge which is duo Sam Tevls May 1st. ad. A new system of enrolment has' been devised hy tho superintendBUSINESS in an efent of the Sunday-schoo- l, Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. fort to get tho 200 required in tho Mo'del Press Shop. "Western Recorder." This system is run on the percentago basis. S"unday-schoMrs. Sallio Hall, Center street, every Sunday, 9:15-I0:i- 5. will take boarders by tho week. Tho attendanco last Sunday Advertisement was extra good. The collection 2 amounted lo ffl.OO. Thcro were 111 THIS OAKL IND RENSIULK SIX IS POWKKED WITH THE FAMOUS 4l HORSErOWKK We Clean White Kid Gloves. Bibles present. A very interesting ENGINE Model Press Shop. program was planned. The Juniors and Intermediates had a Scripluro. 0. L. GABBARD, AUCTIONEER reciting contest and there wero 95 in Madison and adjoining counties. verses given. Tho recitations were Sco mo at tho Welch Barber Shop. divided into two peri Consult me beforo setting date of ods for each side. No repetitions 4w-3- 1 sale. were counted. steadily growing popularity of the The Primary and Seniors, and R. B. DOE Sensible Six among AmerJuniors and Intermediates havo enhas fitted up a new barber shop on tered into a contest for attendance. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the e Short street. Ho will appreciate The contest will last till the 1st of capacity of this car for continuthe patronage of his friends. ous and economical service. Even in those June. A banner will bo given tho 2w-3- 2 Advertisement winners, districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities arc lew and far betwecen, 11:00-12:0- 0; Service, Morning the Oakland keeps to its work day after Text, Matt. 22": 21. The church had WANTED day and month after month, quietly, com300. in attendance, which is tho bigIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. WANTED Clothing clean, gest crowd recently. Many wcro able car, exceedingly roomy and press, repair, or alter. students, nnd more arc invited with and because of its high ratio of power to Model Press Shop. the promise of dismissal in timofor weight, its action is brisk and responsive. dinner at the halls. Only immense manufacturing resources, p.m.. wai B. Y. P. U., 0:15-7:4- 5 and a production of unusual magnitude, FOR SALE led by Dr. Margaret flrant, who make possible the very moderate price at (old of her experience as a medical FOR SALE. Buick, which it is sold. missionary in China. Two very in excellent condition $500. E. G. Walker, Berea, Phone 191. teresting incidents were told. First, TouwhoCai and HQAiwrr. I107t F.O.H. I'owtiac. Mich. r-' when she pot to China she found FOR SALE there was no word for Grant in the Vt Two Ford Touring Cars in good Chinese. language, so sho w'as forced H. P. vertical lo adopt the name of Pearl Long, condition. Ono 2 Phone 18 Berea, Ky. typo T. II. C gasoline engino and nnd this "name was printed in Chi wood saw, mangle and ncse on bright red calling card3. an framo complete; also a water pump, The other incident was that of a good as new Hart & McCreary, Chineso Christian who went off lo o J. W. Hcrndon Telephone No. 102 or 98. Berea, Ky. theological seminary and found on John F. Dean Advertisement. returning that ho was forced lo buy ATTENTION one of his daughters sold by his wife during his absence. This Chi ESTET ORGANS Tho first of March is coming when Having bought out the If any student of Berea College naman was paid $2 n month for It will bo impossiblo to givo posses coal buslnoss formerly wishes lo purchaso an Estoy Organ preaching. s ion of farms better buy while you Subject can get them. Wo havo somo Bar Night Servicos, 7:30-8:3owned by Mr. Bailus for tho homo or tho church house, Wilson, I am prepared Christ; Scripture: gains if taken beforo March 1st. we will bo pleased to lake prders Sufficiency to servo all his custof. Best attendanco over for tho same, thru tho Cooperative John Gr Hcrndon has quit his rambling mers and all now ones, Slore, shipping direct from the fac- - had. around, tory and charging only factory at the aamo location on Prayer Meeting, Thursday 7:00 Sinco tho "beautiful snow" has Depot StreoL Wo will price, plus the freight, and 25c for p.m. Studying tho Normal Manual covered tho ground. deliver promptly to all clerical work. This, pur Mr. Taylor in order to boost tho" Sunday-schoo- l's parts of tho city. Gire But at "The Bank" ho may bo seen, says, is ttie llnest organ in the force of efficiency. Conferring with his partner, Dean us a call or phone No. 01. world. , Tho Women's Missionary Circle met at tho following places: On So If you want a farm or home, Just come and let your wants bo Tuesday at 2:00 o'clock, Mrs. M. H. PROFESSIONAL known. fiabbard, on Prospect street, Mrs. Smith, on Center street. Mrs. J. In fact, whate'er your needs may hi, DR. CHARLES FOX ANDERSON These are tho men whom you Specialist in diseases of tho nor- -! Hoskins, on Boono street, and Mrs. Berea Kentucky should see. vous system and affections of tho J. H. Jackson, on Chestnut street. spine, is now associated with the They studied tho 6th chapter of Come on to co Acts. Robinson. Hospital, Berea, Ky. DEAN & HERNDON Tho Baptists havo bought a build F. L. MOORE'S hours: 10 to 12 a.m, 2 to 5 pjn. (Sundays by special appointment.; ing from Dr. M. M. Robinson and aro t 31-moving it to tho rear of the church lot, lo be fixed up as a parsonage. FOUND pl 2t-3- D OAKLAND 2&-min- SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- casy-ridin- g; 4-- Boone Tavern Garage 18-in- ch HOME-SEEKER- New Coal Dealer 0; jf -1 J. S. Gott Of-fi- 33 DR. REUEL BARTLETT Community Kitchen announces the removal of his office February 7 Meal Loaf, 5to per to tho Front Suite of Rooms I have a few choice farms loaf. . Berea National Bank Building and some town properties Salad Dressing, 15e per cup. Obstetrics, General) Practice and for sale- Mlnco Plo, 30o per pie. Children's Diseases. 1 8:30-10:Baked Beans, 12o February Ofilco Hours: am ' per pint. 2 JO- - 4:00 pan. W. F. KIDD Sunday Brown Bread. 12c per loaf, , Thursday afternoon- and Tcltptat N. 68 Minco Pie, 30o per pie. by appointment. Heart Cookies. Berea, Kentucky Residence 3. Real Estate Aftst Phono: Ofllce 00 7-- 2; 7-- Real Estate Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. IEREA, KY. February G, 1020. TUB .CITIZEN Pago Flvo A Wc oirty wnnl Iho pcoplo to get llio best llicy can for Iho DECLARES fmlljr Newspaper for all that It right money they can afford to spend. Most of us hck courago to rcfuso true, anil interesting to buy an article, that docs nol suit REACHED BY II PuMlihffl Tf ry Thurxtur at llrrra. Kr. i. or Is moro expcnslvo llinn wo BEREA PUBLISHING CO. ciiii nlTord. Wo nlso lack courago (Incnrpnt aiad) to nsk tf they niny not have somo- WM. C. FROST. EJilof lnChUI tiling of good quality at a lower Further Aid to Europe Declined J, O.LFIIMAN. M.n.i.n, Editor pr.ro ami mat will nil tno diu by Secretary Glass. Subscription Rates equally as well. PA YAW. K IN ADVANCE The Citizen ovary. LIMIT The Citizen Fountain Pen $2. co. .S. This pen rcUils at $2 oo and $2 50. Wc give it and one years subscription to The Citizen fof To anyone wlm will send us three subscriptions fJr one year at $150 cacli (the regular price) we will give a pen free. n ' On Vnr Rit Month Thr Month , II. M .Ml Ml or Eirrn Monrj Send mony hy Pit-.m- or on atvl two Onlar. Draft. RrgUtarnl cent lUmpi, Tha data aflar your nama on Ubf how to what dat your utwcrlpllon U raid. If It It not chanced within threw wrrkiaftrr rentwal notify Mlitlnc numbrrt will I iladlr tuppllvd If ara notlnd. Ubpraltermt siren to any who obtain nrw tuh aerlptlont for ut. Any on wndlnir til four yearly ubacrltitlona tan rrrrlra Tha Cltlien frw for one year. AavrrtUlna rate on application. at. ISSUES BLUNT STATEMENT THE AMERICAN LEGION BO Cleveland Frost Post No. ' Tho American Legion is making a' drive to Increase its membership.; 3a elrPepl" Oversea. , Must Meet S n,kn3 ,0wn Prob,,m Tho norlod between February 1st Exehan0e-Su0C- eiU They Live v,. m ihrnni n.wl i. Within Their Incomes. purposes, viz; first, securing now ? 1 I BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY CALENDAR nl ,l,ln,l ' REFUSAL TO BUT AS A REMEDT FOrT HIOH PRICES Tlio Literary Digest of January 24 contains nn articlo on Iho above heading. It should be read by every one who is Interested in reducing the cost of living. Wo hero print a few of the paragraphs. - "Judicious buying" is advocated 1 y Mr. Lester fof tho United Stales Treasury Department in an articlo in Ibe New York Herald) as Iho most effective way to swat high prices, Mid by that ho means less buying anil the "soft pedal" on thai overworked formula, "I'll tako Iho best you have." He says thero has dovel- -l oped in Ihls country a "mad wave of fixtrnvngnnc(. Peoplo havo plenty of money, nnd they aro spending It for everything in sight," And so long a this wild buying is kept up "wo may expect somebody bright enough to lake ndvantago of tho opportunity to profiteer." Conversely, to repeat yVho sago comment of a newspaper quoted by Mr. Lester, "a man can't profiteer if the pcoplo don't buy his goods." In view of thlf situation. Mr. Lester suggests: Let "Refuse to Buy" becorrfb a national slogan. Let tho pcoplo start a movement to pollco their own pockclbookg nnd by concerted educational propganda develop cour-ac- o in front of tho counter to rcfuso lo buy any article they can not afford. Tills would not bo a boycott scheme, but simply n pica for Inlcl-liRc- nt uso of our incomes and for careful and Judicious buying a movement in protection of our own pockclbooks. Such a movement should bo in no senso antagonistic to local dealers. They should welcome if. If dealers aro In business for tho service of tho public, as they should be, thoy can not render tho largest service so longas peoplo buy beyond their means. e prominent produco dealer In San Francisco said Iho other day: "If tho pcoplo should take it Into tholr heeds to slop eating any ono food for flvo days, thoy rnuld ruin tho market." Herbert Hoover, commenting on high prices' of clothes and shoes, said In a re--1 cent Interview: "Tho publio could rectify the wholo buslnoss In Ihreo months' time by not buying any clothes or shoes for that length of time." Regardless of Investigations and criminal prosecutions, wo shall always liavo tho problem of high cost of living so long as wo havo an eV, Irnvagnnt and thoughtless consuming public. Tho practical and lasting solution of this question lies in educating tho publio much moro than in investigating profiteers. We, of courso, do not want to advocate n lower standard of living for tho pcoplo, and this is not noc- A por-isha- Webster's New International are in ute by bus!-nmen, engineer!, bankers, physicians, architects, judge., farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen, by MUccftful men and DICTIONARIES womtn the wprld over. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provide the means to success. It is on all knowing teacher, a universal question answerer. quarters. Nolo members; second, organising? Wo. Wnahlnptnii, .Inrs. :l. -- Kuiipe It man's Auxiliaries; and third, Amer- ii far it H tin; t'nlleil Stale gntem icanization program.. Tho Ways lien Ik cnnrenieil, inuM ii'ly upon In and Means Commllte'o wilt 'author- iwn .riKimrrr in retrieving tiiuincle ize a civilian committeo lo rccelvo iiillllirlmn. This viih the Interpretation tier voluntary subscriQtions In support vnernlly of the letter Secielmj tli of Its purpose, elc. rYetiMiny (flimn has tn.li cnininll Tho Cleveland Frost Post No. 50 ee of the Chatnlier of Ooimuerre i will ongago In this drlvo and it lie I'lilted Statex, which noiif-h- i n gii hopes to enroll all tho eminent e.prennlon nn the iiropoM" and sailors In tbelr territory. 'llteriintlooul ronfeirnee of liiinielei' i rr A Woman's Auxiliary will bo or- oml eiminiercliil lentlcM lo ganized. Thoso who aro Interested 'niiHt ruction prohlenii, In n 1,1 ti ii t .latenient of the fact1 n should ronsult with Mrs. niltcr. It is desired that all who are cligiblo ie ntfa them, Mr. f!lns tleeliired "tli hnn ilnne nl Amerlcnn goveriunent will bo enrolled In this organizaihiit-lliellevex nil vlsnlilc nnd praetl tion. i.l'le to aid Europe. The conference,' Those who should havo French lie mlited, "would serrp to cause con Memorial Diplomas are requested 'tiMon nnd revive hnpen, doomed to C. Balson. l:h"piollilnieiit, of further Koverniueir lo give their names to The American Legion is an Thr trenKilry depiirtuient doen not of the men who served "or nli 'eel Inn. .Mr. (Jlnxi Mild, If the In the Army, Navy or Marine Corps 'hatnlier of Unltrd during the great war. It Is purely Slates which CiiMiiuerre of the detail" liiix chnrKe of the a civilian organization and carries if the conference, wlkhi-- to iiHtne del Willi it no obligations or duties jaiio'. to nn Informal conference, "pro-li!cthe ncope nnd character and Iho that any American citizen would milium of toich n conference, tlx well not' gladly subscrlbo to. The American Legion is not a h Ihe ImiNivi'lhllll.v iif Unlteil State ivernint nt nctloii. lire clearly under organimilitary or lood.'1 di11 Jias no connection, zation. "If the people and Kovernilieills of rect or indirect, with nny military ::nrope. Mr. OIhm dechired. "live organization,' Slate or National. No within flieir IncomcH, Inircuse their man renders himself liable for'mil- - production ns much iim po.Hlh1e nnd , luuy limy m nuy mini wiiuiauuvru limit their hupiirtx to nctunl necessl-liesforecn ireillls to cover adverse hv Inlnlnrrri Tin. Anini-irr- ... T pfpinn. 'I V in l Tho American Legion Is nol an ImlanceM would mot prohnhly he 1" private Invcstorx and the officers club. It lias registered pro-leto retort to xucli luipnictluihlc against organizations for of- methiMN as coverutuent loans and ficers only, Just an it lias dono hunk credltH would' cene. against organizations for enlisted "The Aliierlcmi coplc nhoilld not. In men only. ni) opinion, he culled upon to tlnnnye Tho American' Legion has pro- .Hid would not. In my opinion, respond hibited the use of lilies or refer- 'n a ileuinnd that they llnunce the re ence lo rank, in tho organization lUlremeutH of Kuropo In so far ns they exult from the failure to take neces-nr.anil has decreed that the General xtepx for he rehabilitation of and the Doughboy, tho Admiral and reillt , the Gob shall scrvb together on "There In no more logical or pructl-n- l xtep toward xolvltiR their own terms of absolute equality. prohlems than for tho al The American Legion is not a polies to ciu value to their Indemnity litical organization. No K'IkIuis ncalnst (iermauy hy reduclne man need fear llml Iho organization hi'M claims lo a determinate amount promote the politiwill bo used lo ihlch (ieruuiuy may reasonably be ex cal prestige of nny. member or class M'ciiil to pay. The maintenance of the of members. The National organiInlms which ,iiniuit he paid en uses zation of tho Legion has "decreed and "serves no useful that no man who liolds, or is a canI'nrla. .Inn. 31. CmnmentlnR uhiii didate for public electivo offlco shall hold ofllco in Tho American he exchnnce xltuatlnn. the Intrnnsl. emit nld! "This Is one of the Kravest Legion. Of courso, many rises of the Inst live years." men will into politics. It Is e "If no remedy Is possible. If right 'and proper that they do so. bus Infected the organism." the Many of them will run for publio lewxpnper continued, "only an opera-Iowill snve us. In tlnanclnl lanoffice, but they will do so as Individuals and on their own merit and guage this means liquidation or some 'Mini o compression of oundebt." not as candidates of Tho American Legion or with the endorsement of GAIN 3,000,000 The American Legion as an organ- CHURCHES ization. Membership 45.000,000 Total De Of the four million, eight hundred s crease .In Sunday Schools thousand soldiers, sailors .and maReport 494,388. rines, who served during the great war, over ono mUliqn have. Joined New Vork. Jhu. 28. America's The American Le"gion and great hurdies have Rained nearly three mil ion members since n church censu si rides havo been made in organithere has .ns taken In 1016. zation. Every state in tho country a marked decreuse but the numberbeen In of is organized and it is tho desiro of Suuduy kcIiooU and Sunday school Kentucky lo have every county or- poplin, nccordtng to "The Tear Hook ganized before this drlvo is over. of the Churches," wfdeh will 'ie Issued liv the Federated Council of the Churches In, Christ In America. American. Legion The total church membenihlp has January Vj, 1920. Increased 2,770.007, the announcement The American Legion is glad to says, with nn Increase of 3,510 tolnl announce that fifty (Wo Member- sters nnd S.3.V) church organizations, churches Is now ship Cards nnd Buttons havo ar- Tho total number of trp.513 233,8.14. There nre ministers rived, and these will bo given lo priests and rnbhla with 44.709.S21 mem-liethe first ones who pay thoir'Mucs. of their various organizations, Win. Dean. Horea Bank and Trust The decrease In Sunday school membership Is estimated ut more than Co., is Finance Officer and will dues during banking hours. The tntnl protestant church memTho full amount being $2.00, diIs given nt 2n.0S0.4od nnd the vided as follows: $1.00 National, 60o bership Calhnllc flgnres ns 17,648.324. Itomnn 2r,e Local, and 25o Button and Slnte. It Is explalninl that the protestant Og Legion Weekly; total, $2.00. tires Include only adult communicant Tho slnlo supply of buttons Is members of u family, while the ltoman limited for the present tinio. Bo- Cntliollc stntUtlcs represent the entire ron's sharo in this distribution was family. Estimating four persons to a constituency fifty as staled above But ovory family, the protestant o0.000.000. would be more thnn the member will bo supplied as soon as book xnj. ' Headbuttons aro rdrelvod at Stalo An estimate of members of Jewish (Mm-iikl' Thursday, February 5 7:30 a. ra, Opening of Second Semester. 0:30-10:a. m., Department Lectures: Arranged by Deans. 3:45-5:2- 0 p. m., Prudential Committee. 5:15-7:p.m., Dormitory Prayer Meeting. 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer Meet30 30 stMMMMsmsMBMBi THE NEW United States Disc Separator "Unrivaled does it stand today The best Machine in every way." , , Because it has so many laborsavlng, convenient features, notfdu nd i n other-Separators- ing. 0:30-0:5- 0 Friday, February, 6 a.m.; Department Conferp. m., Cabinet, ences. 3:15-5:2- 0 0:30-7:3- 0 Perfected Bowl with interchangeable discs. Simple, but sure Speed Indicator Bell. Oil-spla- sh p. m, Varsity Basketball Game. 7:00 p. m., Child Wolfaro Moving Picture, Main Chapel. The parents in town and Iho girls' of tho institution who havo special per- a qnnsi-milita- ry mission from tho Department Deans of Women aro invited. Faculty 7:10 p. m., Department Meeting: College: Required and Optional Studies. Normal: Religious Meetings. Academy: Report y of Committee on Vocational Vocational: Religious Meetings. Foundation: Caring for the Converts, Edwards. Saturday, February 7 9:30-0:5- 0 a.m., Divided Chapols Foundation School in Parish House. C:5-7:3- 0 p.m., Frco Vesper Hour. 7:30-9:3- 0 p.m.. Literary Societies. Sunday, February 8 Guid-nnco- Low Crank speed, Enclosed Gears, and Automatic system, which means easy running. Low and adjustable milk supply can. Ease of changing crank from one side to the other, making it possible to place the separator where most convenient. Adaptability for attaching power in various ways. A free demonitritSon will convince atj interetted dairymen of the superiority of the United States Separator. x W3M 203 Come and see R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky DONT WAIT! Get Your Tobacco Barn Now Building material is advancing, and it requires weeks to make deliveries. We furnish material, or will contract and build for you. Try our Our Patent Never Leak Galvanized Roofing. Storm Proof Barn Door Hangers give continued satisfaction. Our stock of Building Supplies is complete, and we can build you a modern home that will fill your demands. 9:15-10:- 15 a.m., p. m., College Sunday-schco- l. xup-illit- 0:15-7:1- 5 Young Peoples' Jt 7:30-8:3- 0 Meetings. p.m., Chapel Worship: Upper Chapel, Dr. Waugh; Main j Chapel, Dr. Hulchins. p. m., Women settle with the Treasurer. 00 00 8;00-10:- 00 Monday, February 9 a. in, 3:00-1:- p. m., a. m., 1:00-3:5 Men settle with the Treasurer. 0:15-7:3- 0 p. m., Freo Vesper Hour. ' 10:00-11:1- pur-'ii'h- ce can-iren- n Tuesday, February 10 a.m., Department Chapels. 7:00-8:0- 0 p. m., Harmonia, Choral Classes. 8:00 p. in., Moving Picture given by tho National Cash Register Co. Tho pcoplo of tho town and tho men of tho institution who have Yards Near Phone Day 113 BEREA, KY. special permission of tholr DeL. &. N. Depot Night 133 partment Deans aro invited. Wednesday, February 11 9:30-9:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapels. p. m., Cabinet. 3' p. m., Vesper Exhibition. Thursday, February 12 Wards for Men and for Women., s. Beit Equipment .and Service at Lowest tiott. a. m. Department Private Rooms, Baths. Electric Service. 9:30-9:5- 0 ,,"yi STEPHENS & MUNCY C30-8:00t- Berea College Hospital Sun-Parlo- 9:30-t0:3- 0 Leo-lure- , 3:15-5:2- 0 p. m., Prudential Commit, ' Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , p.m., Dormitory Prayer Meeting. 7:308:30 p.m., Church Prayer Meet, 6:15-7:30 tee. GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE - ing. Vor-mon- n re-rei- ve Poor but Proud The Judge "So you claim you CHANGE IN RATES robbed that delicatessen store be "j Why cause you wero starving? lleinninj; March 1, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients didn't you tako something to eat, cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. instead of stealing allHho casta out Hy Order of Prudential Committee. Berea College of the register.',' Tho Accused" 'Cause I'm a KENTUCKY MEWS PERSHING KEEPS OLD JOB proud man, Judgo, an' I make it a (Continued from page one) rule to pay for everything I eat. Member of Senate Committee TenLondon Illighty . two months, added another to their tatively Drop Plan to Make Him Chief of Staff. list last night when thoy entered Morsels of Merriment tho safety vault of tho Crab Orchard Washington, Jan. 24. Provisions Id An old colored man was burning Banking Company and rifled twenty-flv- o boxes, escaping with loot con the army reorgnnlzat'in bill, as draftdead grass when a "wise guy" stopped and said, "You're foolish to sisting, of between ?5,000 and $7,000 ed by the senate military subcommittee, which would have the do that Undo Kb; it will make tho in Liberty Bonds, securities nnu making Gen. Pershing chief effect oi of staff In you are." $1,200 place of Qen. March, have been meadow as black ns War Savings Certificates and tentn "Don't worry 'bout dat, sah," re- in postago stamps belonging to Miss tlvely eliminated by the full military which sustained recomsponded Undo Eb. "Dat grass will Mary Wilson, tho Pojtmaatcr. committee, grow out an' bo as green as you The Crab Orchard postofllco, n mendations by Secretary Uaker, who block away. aso was vioitcd by tho said ho believed Gen. Pershing did not tho desire the place. "Tho human anatomy is a wondor-- f robbers, but nothing taken, asWil-oustamps had been placed in Miss ill bit of mechanism," observed tho safety box at tho bank. Sago. , Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Romert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Ha ulan Dudley, M.I)., Physician Maroarit S. Grant, M. D., Physician Miss Mary Lonoacre, R.N. , Superintendent Mtss Nellie Miller, R.N., Head Nurse ' 1 - s's 2700 Pa Jet. 404.000 VorabularyTcrma. 6000 lllualrulloni. Colore IMaiaa. JO.000 ;otfrunlilcal Subject!. 12,000 If you acck efficiency nnd advancement why not make dally use of this vast fund of Information? UiogriiphUal tntrlet. Rtfulir and InJii-Ptpe- r Editions. Wrltforp-Imrn llluitrauoiu, tie Free, a art of 1'ocket U you Map pCM. pier. r, nam this MERRIAM if did CO. .'(!, lUi When you pay your money inon bodies report a membership of at the bank pleaso keep your re- 41MjlS3. ceipt which thoy givo you as this is Jhe order for tho Membership NEW GETS TEN YEARS TO LIFE Card and Button. A mooting will Denied Man Convicted of bo called and cards nnd buttons Second Trial Murder of Fiancee In given out. California. Fleming n. Griffith, Post Commander Los Angeles, Cel., Jan. 81. Harry B. New, convicted here cf murder U the second degree for ahootlng Mln Save the Centenarians Freda Lesser, was denied a new trial. Another death has occured at Iho He was Immediately sentenced to ago of 101. If something Isn't dono serve not less than ten yearn, with a soon wo shall lose all our centenar- maximum of life imprisonment at 8aa Quentln prison. ians. Passing Show(London). syniiBoguex Is 200.000. The two ilor "Yes," agreed tho Fool. "Pat a Hepresenjnlivo Leonard Ballard man on the back nnd you'll make his at homo head swell." Cincinnati Enquirer. is spender tho weok-en- d from Frankfort. Ho has introduced consolidated school CUT STRAW IS BEST BEDDING a hill to permit district to submit llio question of purposes to MiMh of Liquid Manure, Now Wasttd, a bond issuo for school a vote of tho peoplo of tho Can Be Saved by Use of Effective Absorbents. district. Tho bonds can be votmonoy lo build ed to securo A treat deal of the liquid manure school houses, buy grounds or now golatt to waste can be, saved by lor other necessary appurtenancos the use of absorbents, such as straw, of on country school. sawdust, muck and loam. Uncut It is not beleived that thero will straw lk a very valuable absorbent, tsklnr up two or three times Its weight bo any opposition" to the measure of water, while nne cut straw will absorb six or nine times Its weight of Cynthlano. Burns received when llituld. Moreover, oats straw contains plsutfood, es- bis clothing took Uro from a grate are quite a large aiuouut of expected to result In the deuth of the pecially potash. 2- - ear-olson ut Jonusou bturgeon. d THE BEST NOVEL OF THE YEAR "ERSK1NE DALE, PIONEER" by JOHN FOX, JR. U now running in SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE abb ROOSEVELTS LABOR LETTERS Pa'gO Six THE CITIZEN February 5, iMO. , BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS GOOD PREPARATION FOR LIFE Open to Young People of The Mountains I. COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America Any ambitious boy or girl In the mountains can go through Bcrea College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for 1160 a year. As caoh student Is required to do somo work, tho nbovo amount Is reduced by Mho amount of work performed. A student with energy nnd reliability can greatly rcduco tho cash payment byAwork, but no student may expect ' A COURSE FOR EVERYBODY COLLEGIATE Tlio crown o tlio whole Institution, and provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Cqurscs leading to' Classical, Scientific, PhllosopMcal and Literary degrees. NORMAL Tlio school which trains both rural nnd city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with Stato Normals, and graduates ore given State certificates, course beyond the courses. Six-yeand .common branches lor degreo of H. I'cd. ACADEMY The Preparatory courso of four years is tho straight road to College. The English course of two years is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor to go thr,u college. It gives the best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subBricklaying, Carpentry, jects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Printing, Blacksmithing, Painting nnd Commerces For Young Women: Homo Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, and Stenography. FOUNDATION SCHOOL Gcnoral In the common education branches for students of godd mental ability, nbovo 15 years of age, who havo been deprived of llio advantages bf early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Sinking, Theory, Band, and Or . chestra. A fine opportunity t. became a good musician at a very low cost. ar II. toVork out his enllro expenses. ' , credits PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or both. or labor III. Koom EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 rm sors ro iiirui Incidental Fco (0.00 (0.00 l ' Board, Six Weeks Amount duo March 24, I02Q Board, flvo weeks, duo May J, ,1020. 5.50 jo.50 f28.00 13.75 5.50 15.00 IV. - $2050 1250 V. VI. Total for Term 130,00 m.75 For Vocational pnd Foundation students subtract 91 from abovo Incidental fco. , For Collcgo students add (J. ' Every student must send FOUH DOLLARS DEPOSIT In advanco", othcrwlso room will not bo resorved. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship are from 50 cents to It a week extra. Muslo Is also from 50 cents to tf a week extra. Now is the time to make preparation lor the Summer Term which begins June 11, or for the regular school year beginning September 15. Applicants mint bring or send a testimonial The use of .tobacco is strictly forbidden, and there are other regulations uln'ch you should know about showing that they are above fifteen tear of age, in ood health, and ol good character. College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. before coming to Herca. W rite for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations; to the -- MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator THE VALUE OF GROUND LIMESTONE From March 1st to December 31st, 1919, there were shipped to Bcrea carloads of ground limestone from Ml. Vernon tq bo used by tho. farmers of southern Madison coun- ly ror agricultural purposes, xne results of this ground limestone Is to be seen on every man's farm who' For further Information on any ono of tho things mentioned above write your County Agent. information For moro detailed concerning tho demonstrations giv-4-9 en below call and sce,-o- r write I. L. Martin and A. B. Strong, Bcrea, Ky, Route 2, anjl John Johnson, Berea, Ky. OKSTRATIOK Tho use of ground limestone can. (Berea- Routo 2 not be over estimated. In every case tho production has been won- - i ml .n . w derfully increased. Tho best re- - 1D. Ac ? Phosphate and CnltlvaUoa suits, however, havo been gotten by ,. corn demonstration This n,n ., nf nmtnn VU3 UUUUUUIUU 1U OCilUUIU uuu acid phosphate. community three miles' south of Tho following demonstrations will show without further arguments Berea on tho Dixio Highway. that ground Hmesonc, phosphorus In tho spring of 1910 this ground and cultivation (not plowing' was broken about 8 inches, double acid means more to tho farmers than disked and 200 lbs. of 16 phosphato was drilled in the soil they can realize without having ex perienced tho value of the three with wheat drill. Two tons of ap- -J factors in crop production men- ground limestone per acre was plied tho year Dorore, the cost or tioned above. which is not included in tho figures Crop rotation must not be ovc looked. It is absolutely necessary below, since it did not cost Strong to rotate crops if wo expect tho and Martin anything. At the time best results, that is, we should not of planting, 100 lbs. of 107c acid raiso corn too many years on tho phosphato was used in the row same piece of ground. On most of with corn. This field was cultivaour soil corn should only bo grown ted 4 times, 0 to lb days apart. Below is an accurate and comotoc year, and then followed by somo other crop. example: plete statement of cost and amount For corn followed with wheat, wheat of production: seeded to red clover, let clover re- Rent of land, $1 per aero.... $244)0 main two years and back to corn. Preparation of seed bed.... 31.80 240 This will bo a three-ye- ar rotation. Cost of seed 340 Cost of planting. Other rotations can bo worked out. 2540 Tn tret tho host results from Uin Cost of fertilizer 28.80 use of fertilizer, ground limestone Cost of cultivation 23J0 and cultivation, crop rotation must Cost of harvesting Miscellaneous expenses .... 20 bo practiced. m 1 ,l"e " ,nrf -- suits. lowed with a section harrow. Ho FEEDING HAY AND ROUGHAGE planted tho last of April, used 100 lbs. of 16 acid phosphato in drill Handling and Hauling of Large Oulk when planting corn. His 1st culMay Be Saved by Giving Product! ' tivation wps with section harrow, to Live Slock. 2nd cultl-- J 10 days after planting; by valion 6 days later with doublo rrreparti! ment the United Statu. Departof Agriculture ) plows, run-- J shovel with t& inch In tlio tnnrkotln; of liti) rind much-nuning enough limes in a row to tliore I' a Inrce tiulU to handle ntxl leave ground in smooth condition, :uuil to the point of delivery. The 3rd, 4th, and 5lh cultivation witl L'n ted states tltpiiyment of apilctil-5-toolwas! fre points out Dint this, men us ,nuh Corn cultivator. ,Bbnr f"r thinned to ono stalk 18 and 20 in- nnd crop funn. ches; rows wcro 3 ft. 8 in. apart. crnln Is tnkpn olT whichand much for might he retlllt Ho harvested in tho presenco of tho turned to the tleldti If the product county ngent 01 bushels and 30 wrre fed to lle oeK. ' pourids of 'good corn per acre. Years previous to this tho land HOW WHEAT IS DISPOSED OF mado from 15 to 25 bushels per f of Crop of 1918 Sold by Land lo date Oct. 31 in ryo acre. Farmers In Three Months Be. looking fine. g'nnlng With July. Mr. Johnson figures that he had 8 bbls. extra per acre with same (Prrpaied by the I'nlled Statu rwparl-men- t cultivation. Without limo and of Axrlculture.) When! It mmtly marketed by runnlilizcr ho got 5 bbl., with limo and fertilizer he got 13 bbl.; 13 bbl. mi- ers soon, or, at ntiy rule, not lone nus 5 bbl. equal 8 bbl. to tho good after the hnrC)it. Of the crop of WIS. f more than a sold by farm-er- s Marketing tho, with samo work. In the three ninntln heslnnlns extra 8 bbl. of corn cost $0. ?9.9l v( Juy nd ((.r ,,,, fn f((Ur cost Of limo and fertilizer plus W.rnonth-i- . Thereafter the monthly cost of marketing equal $15.94 cost sale dulmlfed to 1..'. pu-- rent of the 8 bbl. at 87 per bbl. equal $50 for! year's totnl in Juno WW. corn. $50 minus $15.94 cost, equal 510. 00, net profit per aero with the,' NICE INCOMES FROM POULTRY samo amount of work after using Chickens Has Many Attrac ground limcstoo and 1656 acid tlons for Those Who Enjoy Asso phosphate, ciation With Fowls. These profits say nothing of the valuo of the land for tho future. Poultry raising, like ralalnic live The fodder was not counted in the stock In general, has many attractions profit. for those who enjoy the work. Men There wero 15 acres of land nnd women often enjoy association with animals nnd fowls. There are treated about tho samo as tho abo'vo women making nice Incomes from on Mr. Johnson's farm this year poultry. 1919, which gave about tho samo re. J c HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Martaret Dizney, Director of Home Science Clear sugar stains, like punch, use hot water. Dcforo beginning to work on thoi Clear fat slajns, llko bllvo oil, use stain, find out If possiblo what coI'l water and soap, Clear albumen stains, Jlko blood kind of fabric is slalnod, and what Is tho stain. If tho fabrio Is col- or egg. uso cold or tepid water. Uso magnosla or chalk for grcaso ored, onq must dccldo which is least objectionable, tho slain, or stains only. Any combination of material llko tho resulting color or lack of color which may como from tho action of blood and greaso as in gravy, uso tho chemical used to rcmovo tho rold water; llko fat, sugar and alstain. Try tho slain remover on a bumen, as chocolato Ico cream, use samploof the fabrio or on some cold water. i Slain removal or spotting means under seam to sco tho effect In using chcnilcaU ono should that water ring will often follow, know that alkalies, like soda, pot- nnd that tbo fading or running of ash, ammojnia, and string soaps, colors may result.. When tho whoto yellow nnd destroy wools nnd silks. garment Is to bo washed nrtcr tho Diluto acids nad alkalies may bo slain Is removed, tho problem of oxalic, citric, and Irydrochloric, nio slain removal is much less dlf- may bo used on wools and silks, flcult than If only tho spot Is to bo Dilutco acids and alkalies may be removed. If tho garment Is to bo washed take out tho spot first, and used on cotton and linens. Cold water will rcmovo many ,,lcn Proceed lo wash the whole, stains andis, therefore, tho first 'ftho garment Is to havo a stain ng lo try, especially if the stain moved, placo tho garment on a clean is unknown. The worker must rca- -' work Wblo and Isolate tho spot as lizoMtiat it takes time, and that much ns POJslblo tor two reasons, sovcral short applications aro better flrsl' ,0 kceP frm spotting tho rest than one continuous one. ir any of 1,10 material by any accidental reagent lias been used, except ''ropping of water or chemicals; and chloroform or easollne. which nl- - "Pcontl, so that the chcmlral or wa. ways quickly evaporates, wash out ,er USC1 wl" hl"'o the least chanoe with soap and water or a very abun- - w "Prcau. rui a cioin over tho dant uso of water. This will stop lnrRer Parl of tho garment as piaco tho stain on a folded work of the chemical and lpcl'c-n- . c,0,n. or whllo blotting paper, or tho possiblo formation of holes. f Tiro method-oremoving stains is ?vcr.! bowI; tu? 1,10 cloth method, cs not lo bo washed as follows: Spread the "f an(1 r 1)0VS:, ,u mclhotl, for portion over a bowl. With a drop. ' wh to lo bo washcd or whcro per apply tho proper chemical. Follow quickly with warm water. "a cr df,s not harm. Moisten tho rrw . imMino- ihn ,,m fw-- . "tain with cold water, thon apply In water; It should not burn.) ",0 c"pmIic,al hy dropping from tho popper; ho chemical docs bettor Many short applications aro surer ,9 Prepared by work, l t and safer than tho mo of chemical before rinsing. "? stcnl"B '0 Main. As fast as tho When tho stain disappears, wash 8 " loo"1n,s ,nnd Is iorbcd by tho tho spot well until tho chemical cl h n"( b,oltlnK Wcr. ujo a now co1,ors, "ro vcry dellca. bonro rinsing. When tho stain ,md of warn an,d lisaplyears, wash tho spot well un- - uso c? !l waUs,r (liIu 0 chemicals, oven tho It til the chemical is entirely ro- - l'T Umc' 0ftcn moved, then wash In uoap nnd water akcs n oi loosens a dye. A water ring may and rinse. 1,0 ,cft nf,CP a 8pot nas bcon ro" Rules that a ' good worker in muvi'u. . stains follows: To remove a water ring, hold tho 1. Knowtho matorlnl. stain over steam and shako until 2. Know tho slain. thoroughly molsl, not wet, then 3. line, diluto chemical, shako dry. Often tho wholo breadth t. Uso n dropper. 5. Always uso slmplo reagents 'of tho material will havo to bo steamed. Steam is easily obtained first. by boiling n small amount of walor 0. Wash thoroughly. e, fitting tho top Each slain presents its own pecu In the. problem, because tho dyo and l!1BlAtly aml Ay,ng a pleC0'.f I.,CeS0" liar ? ranrio play an important part, and , h P0"18 10 Bpullcrlnw of even with these two conditions un-'c- Io dorslowl, tho slain llscir presents wnler from spotting tho fabrio. difficulties. T For oxamplo, coffco . . P T, . I ro-thipro-furtrong-conllnu- cd ,ns-tcai1 CLEANSING AND RENOVATING Article No. a '' One-Hal- one-hnl- R'"0 ; - This winter while silting around tho fire is a good timo to make! Tolal cosl wH1 be . ' mo pians lor .1 coming season, con Receipts sider a crop rotation. Plan to get Total number of' bushels 288, somo lime. or 48 bushels per acre Tolal value of crop at market OINCINNATI MARKETS. 1 m For further information to tho valuo of ground limcstono write or call Mr. John Johnson, Berea, Ky., Route 2, or phono 132, 1 Iongf and 2 shorts. " Mr. Johnson's slogan Is "75 Bu11100 shels Per Acre." This Is tho scarlet fovcr season, warns the United States Public Health Service. A clean, sanitary mouth will help to prevent it. Compel the children to brush their toetli regularly and keep the mouth clean. . Hay and Qraln. r 141.00 Less expenses Com No. a white SUM4M00. No. vellow Sl.00fM.01. No. n yollow I1.0T $31950 Net profit 01.60, No, 'i mixed $1.M1.00. No. 8"j ear I1.08SP Profit per acre mixed J1.50gi.r.S, white 520 ' 1.00, yellow ear S1.57O1.50. A3 Net cost per bushel Hound Hay Timothy per ton $32.50 IW.2P. clover hImm1 $:iJ.fUlf :K5.75, cloThis does not Include tho fodder, price 946O80 ,w? aBBfijR'B Here arc two friends who wish tp call upon you regularly throughout the year. You know them well onr Own Home Nczcspaficr and Your Oivn Home Farm J'apcr. Since both arc working for the same ends as yourself to promote the best interests of your home and community life and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested in the following speciaIvoflfcr: ver fn408.76. No. 2 lilte KlviffWc, Nc. 3 Out wltlio Klftltfhe, No. 2 mixed" WJ Oatfe, No. a mixed fWlflKle. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. lluttor Whole mlllc creamery extras tecundN 01c, fnacy dulry 07c, Mint O'-'c, saved In splendid condition and would bo valued from $30 to,$35. For further information write I. L. Martin, president of Farmer's Community Club, Scaffold Cane, Berea, Ky., Route 2. 63c. Tho nbovo demonstration should Kgti Kxtra.ilrnia 5Se tli"ts .Vie, orbo carefully studied and considered. , dinary firsts Nc. , Live Poultry Fowls, 5 Ihs and over Ground limestone, phosphorus and, 84c, under 4 lbs 28c, roomers 2lc, belter and moro cultivation will, und over, Sic, J II il ducks, wltlte, 4 1I worK wonacrs m ino proaucvivo young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 45c. lhocountry. lino In this section of which-wa- s Is Always a Delightful Occasion. A Visit from tca-kctll- ' 1 Live Stock. The Citizen ono? Cattle Shippers km"! lo JOHN er steers, extra 11.NI?-H.DEMONSTRAJOHNSON'S choice $11.5013.50, common to fulr JO TION heifers, extra, S1012. good 0.50; (Berea, Ky.) m choice $ioai2: common to fair $088, cows, extra S'JU, good to choice OiTU, common to fair B&V, Value of Ground Limestone Btockers and feeder J0.50!). $21821.50, fulr to Calves Extra Mr Johnson turned his land in common anu mrg good S154J-- 1, January 8 Inches deep, in April ho S015. tons df ground llme-stoheavy shlPDen applfcd 2 ....it selected and double dlskod; following S13M15.25, Kood to choice packers and . ;nedlum $15.50015.74 this he applied 200 lbs. of 16 acid butchers ommou to choice heuvy fat sows $l0 phosphato with wheat drill and fpl- 12.50, light shippers $15.75, pigs tlOit no S15-50- butch, Special Price to You THE OHIO FARMER, OneYear Only $2.00 ho welconucl by every member Their visits will of your home. BEREA, KY. THE CITIZEN, - - - are two distinct problems. A good general rulo to follow when there aro combined problems is to work. as If tho stain woro all duo to the material that Is most difficult to ' treat. In caso of a slain of coffee' with dream, work as if It were en- -' tlrely croam. Cream being a fat,, uso cold water and then cold water and soap. Coffco wjlhout cream Is removed with boilliTg wa- -' ter. Fruit under tho samo condl- -' lion responds similarly. In the' samo when a combined fabrio' i s to be J,r.nA proceed always as ir tho whole material weo entirely tho most delicate one. For exam- pie, wool and cotton, wash as wool. ' general rulcrto follow are: wll of olJ. fllll bt( tltm , fuslilonnl flowero at a minimum cmt. After the soil Is prepared, sow the "'els or set out tho plants, putting the ones ,lko Bwcet P0""- - hollyhocks, Klow nnd ""owu" m the ln rnmtt' I','nnt "u"tU'r. marigolds, Japanese such ns K0,,Icn b"ck- - swcrt mmawn nnU nm tialsies; n front of these still shorter mes, such as petunias, nnsturtlums und M'lth imnslcs, pinks and verhenns ln rront A hordvr of cundy tuft or ",vcet a,y88U" ve"y decorative, sement. nowewfor ,Y'th 8'!,ch nn room tablo con and bc ()l)tnlne, untll ?r0Bt coraM Uanj a Inniquet of beautiful flowers at Irractlrally no expense also can And Its way Into the room of some sick t'r, per-Go- od ,on or to a hospital Mncnztne. waro-Thri- fl i February S, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Scvch tKrioyto umroiN iitTEiiwieiiH CONVENTION CITIES SONMYSaiOOL Uljr ItliV Life's New Situations TO BE NAMED SOON NATIONAL COMMITTEES OF THE BIO. PARTIES, WILL SELECT THEM IN DECEMBER. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS LEAD Ixciirr bibt Pnprflthl of biitimli lllbf-iImlllul ur 1 hli Lesson v ( , ,!. rt n I ul(, U. U., ill klootlr Union! mi W tfn .Vfw,r.er CORNELIUS. 10. ol Hy REV. J. H. RALSTON, D. D. Ect ttiry o Cnrttitmndtnci Dfpttrool, Moodf tllbli lmlltul. Chic to TKXT For y have not paiscJ tllli hrrftofore. Jnih, I i. Min Is nnliirnlly n traveler. He l here today, yonder tomorrow. An he pii.ex from point to point he miiM necessnrlly In "Hiy, LcSoOi. FUR FcRUArjy 15 PETER I.KK.SON AND lU TKXT-A- t li li ruh unto ill lliut call upon Ituni 10 it. V Alllll'MONAI, MATtflllAL-Ac- ts S3 UUI.DKN 1 r.XT-T- ne name l.ord or him. its Many, Others II.il. riti.MAUV TOI'IC-Oo' ryuuJy Jt SAiH TOl'lC-l- ur i Zl. J'i Uivi for Kv . the Will Submit Their Claim Gatherings to Nominate Next President Probably Will Be Early In June. Wins llomin Ir. ..MrUDIATB AND HRNfOHTOriC T.e Otfrrumlnn of I'tfjudlce. YOINU VKAiVlM ANI ADULT TOPIC filjrIIItn t of tin Convcrilun of oellui. ( ' The conversion of Cornelius' broke down tliu "inlilillc wnll c)f partition" between the Jews and Ucntlle (i:ph. 'i V 2M). 1. n 3flH iHI he irnxeln lift y miles per hour or three. T h o a e experiences In the way are what uiiike up llu.1 Interest of IIvIiil'. The tieo- pie nliom Joshun ulither lind I 2). I. Ills' olhVlul position (v. 1). lie wny u ltouinii ofllcer over compnny of 1U0 yoldlcrs, perhaps of uhout the nine rank as u cupliilu In the Aintrl-cu- n army. I!. lilt character (v. 2). (1) A plnilt mull, llli t vts tilled with godly fear. (1!) lie wnx n praying man ; lit observed the Jcwlrii liour Oormllui 1, .V y,'nrM 11 aV W J S once the ....,... '" ,rnv,'llll; "le ,sl,f,r'' of Kgypt.. led forty the ,..i,n it. Life Made Up of Changes. This Is peculiarly true of thu.dny In which we live. In some jiortlons of Tin l.onl iMe Cornelius for the the world the people live ns they "have trnmltldn nf the fJnpel to the licit-til- e livedor two thousand or moro years; becnue of his1 (ImriutiT niul but that Is not so wth us, uud It will Unit liny fuult No Jew could so wit' them very long. Life not 1. Villi lie was a good limn, hut Is not uwinotony. Changes arc quite nut u saved limn. true of the Chrlktlnn life ns well ns II. The' Supernatural Preparation the .eculnr. There N here n suggesthe Transition of the Ooipel to the for tion tri be (tirvful about' new condi(vv. :KCI). Gentiles nnd tions, Now one Is prosperous I. Two yllini were given. (1) The Miccessful In every wny, but a change vlMon of Cornelius (vv. IIS). While mny. come In conillillms, consequentciigngcd l prujer tin angel of (!od ly one cannot bonst or the future. On Instructed him to omit to Toppu for the other hand, when things arc going I'eter, uho uoutd tell him whut to wrong there Is cneer In the thought do. The nngol told Mm thut I'eter thnt mutters will not nlwnys'bo thus; lodged with Simon, h tanner, to show 'the night will glvu wny to day, mournCornelius tliHt I'eter mum not the ing lo Joy, failure to miccosh. The culling of it-- tun- KtrlitcM Jew. . New Experiences. nor wiik regarded as unclojin by1 the Ilj" such new experiences there Is n strict Jews, and the twiners were certain toughening of the muscles, nnd to dwell upnrt. ','ornellus MMit necessnrlly n puriMive to adjust one's living up t once for I'eterwni self to them nnd to lie renily to ylehf to the beit light he hud, so he reco1ed the things (hat ntv for the best. inure. (1!) The vision of I'eter (vv. The clrvuiustiiuccs being chunged, 010). Thli took place while-I'et1J1) experlniHes ennnot lie ch'peiided uiih pricing (v. l). If one would re,To put n fructlous horse In the priiy uion. of n child, or un nutnmohllc In ceive vInIihih from (!od, 'let hands to (Jod; for the heavens ure oH.'ii to the hunds of n man who hns never certain drijn one, would be foolish almost thoe who priiy, lie suw Vermel itititulnliiR clean nnd micleiiti criminal. A chnnge of place of work, anlmnls let down from heaven, nnd of residence, and of surroundings "Itl.se, I'eter: lieurd the rommiind: necessltntlng new experiences. Indikill, nnd en J." I'eter protested Unit cates Hint cuutlon should lie used. he hud ni'vt-- eaten any unci ean thlni:. The yoiiliger people of this land to(Jod Imth day ure brought up against new re"VVhut Cod replleJ: clennied, cull not thou common." TliU ligious teachings. What nre they to vexcel let down from (lenven nnd tnk-r- t; do? At such time there should be hack Indicated thut both Je,W and great cuutlon. The new thing mny be Oentlle were nceeptetl on MkIi. better thiwi the old. but the Inw of " MvHoencerM from CornelltlH (vv. experience would Indicate thnt If the I'eter wnn Kreatly perplexeil old thing was good In the former day. over what he had neon, hut not for It will do very, well now. It Is GeCornelliiH Ions; for iiienencern from tter to hold to It than to fly to somemnde Inquiry at the pi to for him. Tin thing untried unless there Is Investi- the: tplrlt Informed I'eter, ofmutter gation that shown there Is safety In end txide him go, nothlnR iloulitlnc. the change. The great peril of the It. The meetlnc of Cornellun hnd young of today Is thin presentation ot (vv. (1) I'eter look ilx new things In religion all kinds of wltnevxei aluni: (v. 23). He hnd thu fails and theories nre presented, and pood Judgment to know thut on n muHut the with great plausibility. tter of mi grent lmMirtatice he proper thing to do Is to huve caution have wltiu'snen. Thl win proved at nnd to look for tho guidance of the the JeniHulem council In the eontdder-ntlo- n Lord. of the qneitlou of the reception Courage Needed. of the CcntlloM Into the church (11:1-18In our new situation In the bnttle (2) Cornelius XMiltlns for I'eter be of llfo we neisl speclnl (v. 24). He called together hti kinscause tho methods that'luivoheen used men and near friend. (3) Cornelius successfully heretofore tuny not he uhout to worship I'eter (vv. 25, 20), used now. If the soldier knows his I'eter repudiated thin net and protectenemy Is going to light as In the fored that lie woo but n num. The true mer days he knows how to meel him. mnn of Cod not only dislikes, but Hut If the situation Is so changed thnt rebe wonhlped. to The the soldier docs not know what hi' I'eciprocal expliinutlon (vv, Is going to do, he Is unnerved. ter explained to him how Cod had enemythe Christian's course there la taken from Urn his Jewish prejudice noInneed for trepidation nnd loss n( and nxk'cd thut CornelliiH Htute the read In tho context. In purpose of bin having sent for him. heart. Wo the speaking of nrk of the covenant. Cornelius explained how Cod hnd apnear unto It. thnt ye mny nod Instructed him "Come nnf unto lit peared know the wny that yo must go." There to send for I'eter. N ure two thuughts here. Hrst, the ark III. PeteVi Sermon (vv. the Lord, the symbol of tho pres- He of 31. 1. TUe Introduction en if Cod. Is n most snored object. bowed Unit 'Col In no respecter of tells us p(tr.iiin.liiit that In every nation .those The Old Testament historyfor touchthat u man was s'rtiek dead righteousness who fear Cod and work ing It. The other thought Is that we are accepted of him. must always keep "ourselves In sight In the 2. TJie discourse (vv. that wo may ho guided hy discourse he touches briefly upon the of the ark.they would see tho ark mnv It. When fnlssion of Jesus, showing thuU' by lug forward, then they were to move means of his baptism and anointing In the same direction. with the Holy .Spirit he wnfa cjuiill-tie- d Tmlay the Christian mny understand He , for his work as mediator. that If he walks where Cod lends he then exhibited the work of Christ (1) will certainly come to tho rtjjht CJ) In his death .In his life (vv. There wns n certnln way (v, 30). (3) In Ida resurrection (vv. destination. for the children of Israel to go It 40, 41). wns tho way of Cod. It mennt to them IV. The Holy Spirit Poured Out tmttles, and hardships, hnd tests, hut vv. way of victory nnd conIt', was This was a new I'cntccoit. An the quest, the If they had been faithful and Oospel wasTuterlng upon Its widest In following Coil's lending from Sinn! embrace the Spirit anno Iti new power. through to Canann, they would have como quickly Inni the promised land Power of Faith, nnd been snved that terrible forty Christianity has Its best exponent In the wilderness. the lives of the saints. It la only years In when our creeds puss Into the Iron of The Dream. the blood that they become vital and Prenm the Kreai dream, though yon organic. Kiilth If not transmuted Into Von only, nnd friendcharacter has lost Its power. O, L. should dream the lonely quest. Hor-enc-o less follow In Thompson. Con En vc much nlnii. cU by hi family. of prnjer, llu "in churltiihlo; Iik Uillul. Kiidesh llnrneii, the great nnd terrible wilderness, nnd now they are pnssliiK over Jordan, still having nlthough' near the Journey's end. They were having u new experience nt tcuvellng n way they hud not traveled before. lie wus retpcct La 11 -- ' - le er r 11 IN1-t- iut ). 111 34-1- tv. .'). 30-1- ). B. te. Man It Useless. 80 long us we ove, we, serve; so long' a we are loved by others we are lu'llspensuhle; no man Is useless while h'e has a' friend. Robert Louis No God's Jewels. Jewels, highhy ami dear to hlra; ly esteemed they nre n royal dludem In his hand. M. Henry. ' The snlnts nre OoiI'h By JAMES P. HORNADAY. WnshliigTon. The national committees of the two political-parti- es nre nlrendy beginning to prepnre for next yenr's .presidential cnmpnlgn. The llrt netunl stcixUiy either of tho old pnfty committees will be to select a convention city. Kach committee will do this at a meeting which will he held here about the middle of DeIfaylng decld'eil where "jhe cember. convention will be held, ns well ns the convention date, ench committee will Issue the forinnl cnll for the convention. Custom .dictates thnt the pnrty thnt Is not represented by the occupntit of the White House shall hold Its convention first, nnd unless this custom shall be disregarded the Itepuhllcnns will meet at least one week.jind probably two weeks. In advance of the Democrats. In 1010 the' conventions were held about two weeks earlier thnn ever before, the Itepuhllcnns meeting on June n itt Chicago nnd the Democrnts on June 14 nt St Louis, nnd the represent atives of the parties to like the Idea of getting the nominations nut of the wny enrly In June. So It is generally assumed members of the committees sny, thut 'the con ventions next yenr will be over by the middle of June, or soon thereafter. Muny cities nlrendy hnve let It be known thut they would like to enter- tnln one or both of the old pnrty Chicago nnd' St, Louis conventions. have come to be known ns fnvorlte polltlcnl convention cities, nnd the pnl Itlclnns express the view thnt It Is n! together likely thnt one of these cities nnd possibly both of them wll be fuvored next yenr. Among the cities from which the pnrty chairmen hnve received luvltn tlons which .they will submit to the December meetings ore Cleveland, Minneapolis, Kansas City nnd Denver. At least two 1'aclflc const cities, Los Angeles nnd Tort-lanhnve Indicated thnt they .will' In due time let It be known that they also will extend Invltntlons. Chosen City Must Pay the Bill. The city Hint tnkes cure of n tintlonnl political convention must obli gate Itself to pny the hills of tho con ventlnn. This rule hns been followed for n good while. This does not menn that tho city becomes responsible for the hotel bills or other expenses of the delegntes, but It does mean that It must provide tho hnll free of cost nnd take cure of the legitimate expenses or the national committee. The situation Is usually met by' the city turning over to tho nntlonnl committee n t push sum to cover the le- Ultimate, convention expenses. Next year's conventions will contnln the sumo number of delegntes thnt snt In the conventions In 1010. The number of delegates from each stnte Is based on the number .of senators nnd representatives thestnte hns In con gress, nnd although n new census will be tnken In Jnnunry next year, the reapportionment for congressional purposes will not be mailo In time to uf- feet the, political conventions. Reducing Army to Peace Basis. Tho nrmy of the United Stntef has been reduced to almost Uf normal strength. It now numbers about 340,ObO men nnd 28.000 ofll cers. Tho high water murk of the wai was reached November 11, last year the day that the armlstlco wns signed when tho payroll of the nrmy contain' ed tho names of .3,070,888 men. A hill signed by the president tho other duj provides that there shall" not be morf thnn 18,000 commissioned officers from October 3, 1010, until Juno 30, 1020 This means thnt 10,000 oillcera must bo let out. The legislation which the president has Just approved also authorizes Uie secretnry oL. war to such otlcers us mny bo necessary In grades ubovo their present rnnk. 'Dllllcult as tho process of building tip the army has been, tho teurltif! down nnd shaping Into, a pence tlmt organization Is a moro dltllcult mat ter. The dllllcultles of adjustment have been Increased hy tbe uncertainties ni to tho future military policy of thf government, tho Inadequacy of pay lr the faco of tho high cost of living nt' the fulluro of all classes to realize that economies must he promptly met bo permitted In peuco there cannot the latltudu In the use nf ofllcers that Is necessary In war and tho rank nnd promotion of oltlcers must be governed by corislderutlo.n of length of service, experience urn! general value to the military establishment ns well as ol accomplishments during tho war. Ten Thousand Must' Go. Ja nutlclputlqn of the passage ol tho hill providing for 18,000 blllcers. the wur department ullotted this' number of olljcers to various commund? nnd military activities of the nrmy at liomo nnd uhVoad. Tho totul numhei of olllccrs that may bo retained by un; command or activity for the time ho lug was fixed nnd the commanding olllsullW-Icn11 ccrs of these organisations were directed o helect. from the olllccrs undet their command, a sutUflent number ol fempornry ofllcers who, with their will complete their quota nf the 18,000. These selections are wHI under wny and It will be necesinry Hint the dl'chargc from the service of nil temporary officers tiyt so selected for retention, be accomplished before November 1, Hill). Tins means the discharge within the next live weeks nf approximately emergency otlliers, most of who.m desire to remain In the service hut for whom there are no vacancies under the law. In determining the manner In which temporary officers arc to be refnlned, the department has Jieen guided hy the consideration thaf the comunnders k'now best the relntlve merits of the ofllcers under their cominnnd nnd nre hest'olunltflcd lo Juitge which ofllcers will he of the greatest vnlue to the military establishment for the particular work to be accomplished by this establishment between now ami June 30, 1020. The army hns Itnimrtnnt work to do before thnt date, and the retention of tern pornry olllcers must he based upon their fitness to do this work rather than ns n reward for their services during the war. Ranks Must Be Readjusted. The wnr department has fixed the number of olllcers thnt there jnny be In ench grnde of the IS.tsKJ officers, thereby terminating the opportunity for extensive promotion that hns existed during the wnr. In getting the 18,000 ofllcers Into these grades, there must be sacrifices of rank nnd nay throughout the service; n nceessnr) consequence of readjusting the rank uf olllcers from that held In n military force having 200.000 olllcera to thosi they cun properly hold In nVorce hnv Ing only 18,000 ofllcers. The teuiHirnry olllcers to be retnlned will be Inrgelj' applicants for pernio nent appointment. These ofllcers along with nil others have reached grades In the large army raised during the wnr thut lieytcnnnnt expect to A hold In the small determination' of the decrease In rank of these olllcers In ordes- - to properly tit them Into the new commissioned force will be mnde by the war department and announced In orders. Much Treaty Legislation Needed. ItntlUcntloti of the treaty of peace with Germnny will not end the" responsibility of congress In connection wltb the pact. There will still remain the question ih to how numerous provisions of the treaty ure to be administered. It Is reasonably cer tain that congress. In enuctlng legtshi tlon thut will be necessary In ordir' to put Into effect many provisions of the treaty so rnr ns tue united. Mines is concerned, will see to It that brond powers nre retnlned by the legislative body, or nt least by the senate. Assuming that the treaty, with the League of Nations covenant Included, will he ratified with certain reservations. It will be necessary for the United States to have representatives on a large number of International tribunals. The treaty Is silent ns to how these representatives of the government shall be appointed. Should congress fnll to net, the president would appoint In every Instance. Hut congress, so the lenders In the two houses sny, has no thought of falling to net. It will provide, through legislation. If present plans nre anrrlcd out, that all representatives of the United States on the International, trlbunals,hall be nominated by the presldeut and" confirmed by the sennte When the treaty goes Into effect there will be opened up nn entirely new field of International activity. It Is n field that will call, for trained men of the best type. Congress will fix the salaries of these meifynud will, of course, hnve to npproprliite money to meet the expenses of the United Stntes In participating- In the numerous new International activities. Will Require Many Experts. There will hnve to be a mixed nrbl- trnt tribunal established between each uf the allied and associated powers on the one hand and Germany on the other within three months nfter the ratification of the treaty. Each of these tribunals Is to consist of three members. The United Stntes will, In case tho treaty Is ratified, appoint one member of the tribunal which Is to represent It, Germany wlM appoint one member, nnd tho two thus appointed will choose the third. There will also have to be created n permanent commission which will advise the council of the League of Nations on mllltnry, naval and nlr questions. It will also be necessary for the! United States, to namo members of more than a score of other commissions thnt are to deal with problems out of the war. A typical commission Is tho one provided for to deal with the Suar brfsln. This commission, It will be recalled. Is to consist of II vo members chosen by tho council of the League of Nations and will Include ono citizen of France, one native Inhabitant of the Soar bn-- j s)n, not a citizen or t rance, nnd three members belonging to three countries other thnn Franco or Germany. In this particular case the treaty does not say speclficallyjhat the United States must be represented, but It Is taken for granted that It will be. In nearly every other case In which a commission Is provided for the United Stntes Is mentioned ns ono of the countries that must bo represented, Congress will ulso hnvo to deal With tho mandatories. If, ns Is generally understood, this government agrees to look after the Armenians, congress will bavo to soy how the government shall go uhout this. There Is also provision In tho Leaguo of Nutlons covenant for a permanent commission which Is to recelvo and examine all tho annual reports of tho mandatories provided for under the treaty, aud the United States Is to be represented on this commission. 0 Immi-dlntpeace-time-forc-e. , Three Good Doctors By Dr. Margaret S. Grant, Associate College Physician 1 Sunlight Sunlight is one of tho best germ simplest measures nro Iho most killers known. Nearly all dlscaao effective. Readily available arc tho germs llvo longest and Ihrivo best lliroo Invaluable allies: fresh air, In dark, damp places, and aro klllod sunlight, and ptiro water. on exposure lo air and sunshlno; Fresh Air so the sunlight should bo admitted Tito oxygen in tho air is necessary freely through tho house. Do not lo sustain animal life. Taken into mind If it fades tho carpels, theso the lungs as wcbrcatlio in, the oxy- do not mailer, but lost health Is gen purifies tho blood, and as wo H disaster. Sickrooms should not brenlho out, poisonous mailer in tho ho darkened, but tho sun should be form of carbonic acid gas is allowed to shlno In freely lo cheer from (ho body. Thus ono jnd Invlgoralo th'o palfenl and lo in a room where windows and doors free tho room of germs. If bright are. lightly closed, soon uses tip all light hurls tho eyes of tho patient, Iho oxygen in tho air, and tho air ho may wear colored glasses lo pro-lo- ci becomes loaded with carbonic acid the eyes, ralhor than havo tho gas, which being acts room darkened. as a poison to the system, and tho Pure Water person becomes sleepy nprf stupid. Tho oxlcrnal uso of water, as a Tliereforo wo should see to it that cleansing ngent was spoken of In a . wo havo proper vcnlilalion in our former article. In order that lha ' homes, in our stores, schools and sweat glands may properly carry churches. Tho air In a building, off Iho wasto mailer of tho body, may bo purified by occasionally (ho pores of thoskin must bo doors antl windows for a open by frequent bathing. A cold few minutes, or by having n fow .pongo or shower bath every partly open all tho timoMng, followed by a brisk rubbing and tho moro pcoplo there aro in a! with a coarse lowel, keeps the skin room, tho moro thoroughly it should in good condition and tho circulation bo ventilated. Especially should active, and so "toughens" ono sleeping rooms havo plenty of fresh against calching cold. Ono should air. Night air is not harmful, and, drink plenty of water, (1) to ck of fresh air whllo ono is sleep- -j crease perspiration so that wasto Ing provents natural refreshing material is moro readily gotten rid sleep. of; (21 lo .flush tho kidneys and car- During sickness fresh air Is very(ry off poisonous, wasto that collects ' important, a? tho body then needs In Ihem; (3)(o supply fluids to tha every help possible In gelling rid various tissues of tho body; () to of poisonous material, and should help keep the bowels active, be furnished with oxygen as ono - In sicknejs tho excretory organs of the elements necessary in ren- - aro overtaxed becauso of tho largo ovating diseased tissues. Thoso amount of poisonous waste material" who havo luberculosis or "consump- -, (o bo gotten rid of. Ilcnco frequent lion" should sleep with all windows cleansing baths, and tho drinking wido open, or on a sleeping porch, of largo quantities of cool water, as in this disease fresh air docs arc necessary for tho comfort and well-beimore good than any medicine. of tho patient. In our light ngnlnsl disease vo most nol forget that somo of tho ed ' kept-openin- , morn-windo- ws In-la- , -- ng Saving the Babies What the Federal Children's Bureau Is Doing ' , I Prof. John F. Smith t Practically half of all babies born kind in America, and Berea is tha in Iho United Stales die before they third place visilcd. Thero ought to reach 2! years of age. Out ot tho bo 10.000 machines with 10,000 Dr. remaining half must como all tho Bradlcys to examine tho babies in poets, artists, statesmen, financiers, every home in tho land and the ministers, and doens of the world's pcoplo themselves and not tho work In every field. Multiply all Children's Bureau ought to own Iho great people the nation pro- and operate these health wagons. duces by two and you have tho number that would bless America A Word for the Wild Bird. if the other half of the baby world or city home mny be were only saved for Iho race. Two very attractive to people, but not atLincolns, two LongfcIIows, two tractive to the birds. Itemembcr; they ro' not looking for beauty parlors. 'sj rtoosevells, two Frances E. two of all tho great per- The thrifty little songster Is In conthe haps. And we know not what great- stant dnngerIn fromstate of cat. It Is New York claimed that the er geniuses die amqng that other there are flve.cnts to e,yery rami. It 1st half. Orealer benefactors of the no wonder the cry Is coming from tho race yian any wo havo had may various states all over the Union that havo to go becauso wo do nol Like plants, trees, and vegetables nre betho slops that will make it possible ing taken, whole crops of them, by pests, when tho family cats perslst-cfor them lo stay. bird killers are kept and enTho Federal Children's Bureau is couraged. (Hve the wild birds a chanc urging people willi all its might to! by assuring them protection and nn lake Ihcso steps. It is pointing tho attractive nesting place. Nolo' how way and showing how they ought they repay you. A free drchestra, to bo taken. Thai's what the hugo with your fruits, flowers nnd 'garden auto machine wo seo- dally on tho thrown in. Thrift Magazine. streets of Berea means. It Is sent , Horses that Bark out from Washington, from "tho ofCountry Notice "It is forbidden fice of tho Children's Bureau, to persuado pcoplo lo do everything to tio horses to trees, as' thoy bark, in their power to' save tho other and thus destroy the trees." Boston half of tho babies. It shows what Transcript. ought lo bo donoAmco or twlco every year in every neighborhood In tho land havo all babies under school ago carefully examined and havo a dietand 'othcr treatment prescribed by thoso who know how. This ought to bo dono whether tho "big machine". comes round or not. It ought to be dono not only for tho other half, but for tho sake of grcal-o- r. efficiency in tho half who will live. A year or Iwo ago thero was a great Red Lotler Week in tho lives of Iho babies of America. They wcro carefully examined throughout Iho land. Thoso examinations woro heartily approved by tho War ' Department at Washington, because' it was a step towards scouring moro perfect men for tho Army.l Croup This movement was llkcwiso organ. Quick itlief of baby's croup olten Ized and sponsored by tho Federal forcitallt a icrious lituation when thii dreaded diieaie comet in the lat Childrcns Bureau. houri of night. But is it not just as necessary to strong men for citizenship and havo ratherhood as it id for warfaro? Is it no't Just as Important for a man to havo health and strength to bring wax mt sum mt aomrs lives into cxistenco as It Is to kill VlMtxn ibouU Inf lf ol Bramt't Vttoaca. tk Ulf coarrucnt. Wbca Croup Uf wtoi, tbl, men in battlo? ieblUlul lalrt rM4 veil lu hM'i UtnM. tUn U4 twilcr IU urju. wa nUnt u cboUif Tho "big machlno" with Dr. Bradku4k cuxruiei. tiki rroaeu rnlful tlecp. Tttct ley and Miss McCluro aro teaching u uKacsKaurcijoryrir-kiiall lha mothers in and around Bela tcnkilUf croup, colda, pnau. rea 'just what to do to save tho other mooU, oc. la cLXUica w veil u irvwa-uf- i half of tho babies, and to make tho JOt McmJII.Mu half, that lives now moro healthy tlX &IU MUM M KM tirptUbf and cfllcicnL Untold good has been Brame Drug dono by this practical, group of women' who direct this Company experiment. novel but This is the only machlno of tho Wil-lardnt - When Threatens v lovol-hoad- cd ng Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., lac Pngo Elglil THR OITIZIN February 5, 1020. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corTMpondnc puhtlihrrf unlrM ilnnJ In full by the writer. The nsme n vMnce of rood faith. Write pUlnlf. It not for suNIc sllon. but MEN LIKE THESE WOULD RULE YOU I w )lo in (his yiclnlly nro about thru who has been slaying with his slflppnig tobacco-- Miss Addio HenMrs. Clillds, on Coppor Creek, ry is spending this week with .Mrs. passed through hero Saturday on Robert. I'.lkin. of Wnen. Misses Man i.i. ,nm, WrlMii Vnllnv nf and Tabllha Johnson aro visiting Harlnn. who has been visiting his frlonda and relatives on Locust sister, Mary K. Wynn, spent Sunday Branch Mr. and Mrs. John Pen- with J, M. Bailey. Died, Thursday nington, of Lowell spent Sunday nlghU January 20lh, Jdnalhan with Jim Calico nnd family Mm. Wynn. aged Ml years. Ho was sick sls-'lor, I k place in Laurel County. his County News Vcss new was in theso parts with Evans W. H. Roberts running foxes la9t McKee week Two small children died of The doctors measles here last week; one was Feb. 2. MrKce, report several cases of flu In this Mrs. May Robinson's baby, and tho rounly, but nono seriou- s- Edgar other was Void Wood's. Gabbard, who has been seriously Is slowly im111 with pneumonia. OWSLEY COUNTY Mrs. Maud Carr, from Island City proving, Sand Gap, visited her parents, Mr. Island City, Jan. 20 Tho Anchor ami Mrs. J. L. Sparks, Mr. Chris Oil Company will open up their Iloberls died suddenly last Tuesday work horo in tho spring, so said n to II. D. Peters. from apoplexy. Ho leaves a wlfo letter directed and several children and a host of Soveral Ihnd owners havo failed to friends. He was buried in tho fam- receivo any rental on Uieir land ily burying ground near his home. recently which makes null and void "Mr. and Mrs. Dill Hays from Day- tho lease Five or six of tho famiton, 0., aro visiting homo folks this ly of W. S. Pcicrs aro down with week. Mrs. Hays was called homo flu Tohn Deelon and Lloyd Turner by tho sudden death of her falhor, havo measles. Our graded school Mr. and Mrs. Jess entertainment was a success. P. M. Mr. Roberts. Boggs havo moved to tholr new Fryo and superintendent Creoch Tano Hunter homo on Burch Lick. Mrs. Claudo ,wero the speakers Malicoto left Friday for Hamilton, nf Soxlnn Oook. nn elderly lndv was Oh to Join her husband who baa a taken on Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, Worthington, with numbness and died on Jan position thorc-- Mr. from Anvillc, will preach at tho no. 21st Toseph Moore, of Blake, was form Church hero noxt Saturday a business visitor at our place Monnight and Sunday. On Saturday day. Will Sulfrage bought the evening officers will ho elected for Blueing Rag farm for $2,000, and Miss.Rclta Pas, from sold his farm to Charloy Peters tho church. Gray Hawk, visited her sister who and Amhro'se Carmack for $2,000. is teaching In tho Academy at this Mr. Peters will tako possession of4 place. tho Sulfrago property. John D. TYPES OF COMiyillH ST AGITATORS DEPORTED BY U. 8. DEPART-Gray Hawk Ray and wife havo been on the do. MENT OF JUSTICE. Gray Hawk, Jan. 27. Tho public eline for a few days but aro bolter JOHN DUBOFF, ADOLPH SCHNABEL, roads at Gray Hawk aro so bad that now. High waters hindered tho Leader of Union of Russian Worker, Actlvo organizer of Comrounlst group it is almost impossible to get over arrival of tho mall Charley Smith a powerful, anarchistic organization In Elizabeth, N. J, them but wo arc hoping 'or better and Vernon Clark of Sexton Creek In America. NICHOL08 MICHAILOV, ALEXANDER SCHATZ, roads in tho near future Samuel are in school at Berea. Nothing Bcgley, son of J. II. Bcglcy, has speaks louder than to sec a young Leader of Communist group In this Violent agltater among anarchists In Country. America. joined the navy and is in training .1111.11 .,(-,'.. ....V camp at Ft. Thomas, Ky. Mr. There were several ntlended tho Walker Huff bought three acres of social Tuesday night at John Tur- land with a good house and barn iner's The writer is a from Levi Sandlin for $200. Mr. and of tho Citizen and would like to sec From I W W Rones Seised la Wrs. Richard Hays have been very the paper in every home, for U Is (led lUldt of U S. Dtpaxmtent of Justice. poorly with lagrip. They are some educational. One day as I aat plnlnf We have lived In meek submission better now. There aro lots of cases A message of cheer came to me, Thru ares of toll and despair. of measles around Gray Hawk. A llrht of revolt was ahlnlns To comply with the plutea' ambition CLARK COUNTY On a country far over the sei With never a thoucht nor a care. Frank Morris, tho popular drummer Log Lick The forces of rulers to sever An echo from Russia, la sounding; for Eversolo Grocery Co., was callT.otr Liek. Jan. HI And the flag; of the earth to unfold Born lo the' 'TIs the chimes of a True Liberty. To secure our freedom forever ing at J. B. Bingham's Tuesday wife of William Abner, Jan. 25. a It's a message for millions resounding And a world of beauty untold, To throw off your chains and be free night. D. Bckcr, the census enu- One ei'rl which they named Cora. ciionus. merator, was in Gray Hawk the 28th Taek Wills and II. C. Brashear have All hall to the lolahevlktt taking all tho senses the people had. bofh bonpht new auto trucks to We will Itsht for uur Cl4s and be free, A Kaiser. King: or Csar no matter Miss Dessio Sizemore, ono of Gray heln the neonle eonvev their tobac-r- o which you1 are Hawk's best girls, is planning to go Teu're nothing-- ot Interest to' me; In the Lexinelon nnd Winchester If you don't tike the red flag of Ituasla. lo Hamilton, Ohio, soon to seek work. markets Willie Wllbum and Miss If you don't tike the eptrlt so trus. L. J. Robinson has just com! back Myrtle Woods Then Just be like the cur In the story motored to Winchesfrom Garrard County. He look v And lick the hand that's robbing you ter last Wednesday and were marpair of mules which ho sold for ried by ihe Rev. M. P. Lowry of $500. Wo were glad lo read Presi- that city. We wish the young ron-n- le dent Frost's letter of his trip to a hanpy and prosperous life. ten, of Oneida, spent Saturday night last Friday Tho post om'co and Now Y.ork In Up Citizen. The flu has made us a visit In this N. Roberta-- Miss Nannie bank at Crab Orchard were broken Malcom locality aeain but It seems to be with T. Jan. 30, There Is quite a lot of in a lighter form than it wry, last Bowman, of Ohio,!s visiting her par- into and robbed. Tho amount of siokness reported in. this vicinity Winter Dr. As T. Neal made a ents at this place. L. C Ferguson money, stamps and bonds they got at present Mrs. W. M. McDaniel business visit to Winchester last of Sexton Creek was at this place is unknown. on business Saturday V. H. Creech and Mrs. Browning aro still very Thursday. Edmond Brookshire MADISON COUNTY poorIy-Vcs- ler Montgomery's little has boucht the A. A. Clay store hero of Lancaster, Is visiting relatives at Silver Creek son is seriously ill with pneumonia and will take possession about this place. fever They called Dr. J. M. Morris March 1st Bob Eade.s took a fine Silver Creek, Feb. 2 Mr. and Mrs." ' " GARRARD COUNTY of Berea'to treat hlra There are a drovo of hogs to Winchester last Cam Lewis spent Sunday with W. D. Bryantsville few cases of measles reported. H. Wednesday, which he sold for II Lewis. Halllo Davis has recovered Bryanlsvllle, Feb. I Roe MontMaupin's family are still very low cents per pound on fool. There is from quinsy Ray Dean spent Sunwith measles.. Three of them more tobacco hauled ,by here than gomery is very low at this writing. day with Charles Click-F- rank "Grandmother Hogan" has been Biirncll. who has been visiting his havo died since our last writing. we have seen in a long time. It Tho infant of C. Cress was called is selling from 25 cents to $1.00 per very sick for several days past-- Mrs. Uncle. A. W. Burnell, has returned B. C. Roso and Master James lo rest on the 2Uh Inst The Rev. pound Miss Nannio Woods Is sick to Indiana Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Cruze J. H. Browning conducted tho at this WTiting. with tho flu Tom Lear Rose are very sick with flu. spent Sunday with Mrs. Hiram Plgg. funeral services. Mrs. Laura Bow- Crow had a sale last week and will Miss Lou F.lla Doolin and Herbert Mrs." Brown Bundon was the Doolln were guests of friends In week-enman, of Sexton Creek, Is seriously ill. movo to guest of her father, C. F. d Winchester noxt week to Lancaster last Sunday. Mrs. Al- Kelley, at Big Hill Andrew Hargls They have called Dr. J. M. Morris, make) 1(13 home. J. ,IL Matherly fred Swope and littlo daughter .have 'of Berea. has bought tho Wagers' property In bought a load of corn from Milt been very ill with tonsililis. Mar- Berea, and will move soon. Char-li- o Carlco Crow for $8 per barrel delivered. garet Louise, thclltllosovon-month- s Carlo), Feb. 2. John Summers' We have had Johnson Is home from Ohio several spring-lik-e old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walfamily havo tho measles. Next days this week. Wm. Powell departed this life Janter Arnold, underwent a very seri- uary 31st tho homo Sunday is our regular church day of Malt Whlt-temor- e, at ous operation at Danville Hospital at Flat Top. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. with tuberculosis. Burial ESTILL COUNTY Ia3t week Edwin Wylle made a "Delbert Cole, a (lne girl. Wo are took place In tho Silver Creek CemWitt business trip to Junction City last etery. sorry to hear of the death of Chris Tho smallpox has about Witt, Jan. 28. C. M. Gum, who has week Mrs. Rhoda Wylle, 'Ethel Roberts. Born to Mr. and Mrs. been very sick, is somo belter at subsided (n this district. Will Roberts, a fine boy, January present. The largest tldo. of tho and Earle Wylle wero in Danville, Friday, for tho tobacco sales. Jas. 10, named Clifford, Married, tho year came last week. Mrs. Homer Wallaceton Greer, who has been working nt 20 of January.Mr. Chas. Ford, of this Arvino, who has been sick for somo Wallacelc-n- , Feb. 2 Mrs. a II. Bryantsvillo Garago for tho past place, to Miss Monia Morris, of time, is no belter. Misses Minnie threo months, loft Saturday for Illi- Baker is very seriously ill with Grecnmount, Kentucky. We wish and Ada Witt visited tholr grandGcorgo Goodrich spent nois A buzzard wearing a bell, fly- pneumonia. them many happy days. The father a few days last week. Web- ing very low, passed tho week-en- d .with Balloy Gentry. thru this vifltork visited Wm. Faubus and loft ber Gum is attending school at Miss Ida Lawson gavo the young cinity last Sunday evening. a fine girl recently. S. n. RoberU Irvine. folks a party last Saturday night ran a tie raft last week to LivingMrs. A. J. Kldd Is visiting hor son, ston The many friends will bo CLAY COUNTY Harmony Claudo Kldd, of Conway. Misses sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. Harmony, Feb. 2. Vine The farmers Marjo aid Fannlo Soper aro visitO. W. Smith of Grecnmount. She Vine, Jan. 24 There are no new havo commenced plowing and are ing their cousins, (ho Gentry's, this was widely known and loved by all. cases of measles In this vicinity, planning for a big tobacco crop week Mrs. J. M. Lucas, of Lamar, who knew her. Tho littlo son of T. Miss Millie Messcr, of Tyner, spent this year. Ed. Johnson had the CoU Mrs. Ed Smith, of Mansflold, J.Faubus is very sick at present-T- here Tuesday night with Mrs. Martha misforluno to loso a nlco Jersey IIU and Ollio Baker, or Monto Vista, is some flu or grippe in theso Rice. Willio Simpson Is teaohlng cow, for which ho had rofpscd 9125. Col., havo been called lo (he bed parts. Mr. Sam Noo is moving to muslo at H. C Morgan's. Wm.'AI. This was tho last cow that ho had. side of their father, C. H. Baker, H. C. Todd and wlfo and two lit- who is very III at Ills homo near tlo oys, of Dripping Sprjngs, and Wallaceton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed. Johnson nnd family all paid Elkin visited his parents, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchlns a Mrs. R. w. Elkln, over the wook pleasant visit last Sunday Virgil end Miss Fannlo Kldd, who is cm- Hyntt Is moving to tho Perry Bal- ployed In tho bank at Bryantsvillo, lard placo Mss. C. L. Ramsoy Inas with hor parents In Wallace-t- on forms your correspondent that In over last J. W. (ho last nlno months she has sold Wallace, Miss Emma Wallace and Returns to its before-the-wa- r nnd shipped off of Iwo cows to (ho Mrs. E. E. Wallaco spent Friday of Bu(lor Co.. of Cincinnati, last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. high standard of quality $225.18 worth of butler fat. Who Wallace, of White Llok. Misses can beat this? Albert Church Is Clara Bowlin and Dora Gentry preparing to movo to Hamilton, O. spent Monday of last week with Tho school closed at Harmony their uncle, C. II. Baker Most peo. Jackson Robert Elliott still remains ill In Hip Robinson Hospital. Miss Osi Hill gavo her young friends a social Saturday night. jl J I ., well-wish- er WHAT REDS WOULD HAVE US SING Panola Panola, Feb. ,1 Leonard Henderson and wife of Middlctown, O, were recent guests of relatives hero. Nathan Cole is moving to ,n placo near Hie farm he recently purchased ne'ar Vogel, .lames Camp- -, brjl has purchased the farm of Jeff French, near Vogel. for $2,000. WiekliiTe Klndred'dled on the 31st. He was Interred in the family burying ground at Locust Branch. Funeral services wero held at the grave by Ihe Rev. Hohcrt RichardOARRARD COUNTY son. He leaves, a wife, two sister), . . White Lick nod twit brothers. The bereaved White Lick, Feb. Mrs. J. B. have the sympathy of tho commu- Creech has been seriously 111, but nity in their great los. Is belter Mr. nnd Mrs, W. p. Wells and son, John, who havo been Coyle slaying wilh Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cnyle Feb. i. Horace Cot and Creech for n few weeks, havo gone family nil' have the flu. Dr. Coomcnl lo Hnmlllnn. O.. nnd purchased a is the attending physician Mrs. home In that city. Roy Creech, who Coomer and nleco. Helen Smock, of lives near Danville, vUlted nt J. B. Speedwell, vlslled tho homo of Mr. Creech' last Saturday and Sunday nnd Mrs" Luther Todd Miss Roda wVck. Mrs. Polly Metcnlf, who ha Lake visited her brother, Elgle, been seriously HI, Is convalescent. Thursday. Misses Emma Jano and Mrs. Annie Slnrnes and her uncle, Geneva Golden visited Miss Emma Felix Long, visited Mrs. John Mot-ca- lf Wright Lake a few nights aco Mrs. Jesso one day last week. Simpson and baby nre visiting her Kelly, who has been visiting his father, I. X. Todd, of Dreyfus. daughter, Mrs. W. W. West, tho past Mr. nnij Mrs. Houston Sewell spent few weeks. Is visiting In Berea. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Creech vlsltod Andy Robert Lake purchased a J B Creech's Saturday Todd . nice bunch of cattle from Henry llounsbell is ill. V nnd Mrs. CalAndy Simpson for the sum of 9122. Mr. loway visited Honnsholl nnd Mrs. Pal Powell spent Ihe veek-en- d Hounshell's, Sundny W. W. West nl Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Tl. attended court at Richmond today. B. Warrord visited Mrs. Warford' Sam Davis visited John Davis's, parents, of Kingston. SMndav Mr. Sunday Some of tho farmers In nnd Mrs. Dewey Powell and Mr. nnd this .vicinity nre plowing and getparks visited Mrs. ting rrady to burn tobacco beds. Mrs. Ernest Parks anil Mrs. Powell's molher, Robert L. Creech, from Evarls, Ky., Mrs. Sallio Dozler, Sunday. Mr. visited his home folks hero last and Mrs. James Gentry and Mr. and week Mrs. II: D. Creech visited Mrs, Pnrkle Denny visited the home her daughter. Mrs. Willio Rhodus. of Everett Wnrford a few days ago. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jakn JenSuccess lo Tho Citizen and Its nings are proud parents of a baby boy. Mises Snphronla nnd Susie many reader. llounsbell visited C. C. Hounshell's Sunday night. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ,fT Cooksbnro Cookshurg. Feb. I There is lots of sickness around here.-Mr- x. Alex ROOT IN LEAGUE COURT, PLAN Allen Is no heller The family of Tentatively Selected ae United Stataa Cotdey Halls Js all down with flu. .Member To Organize FebNext Saturday nnd Sunday nre regruary 10. ular church days at tho Charles Jnn. 1!U. The second S'cott church house. Wnshlnctnn, Robert Jennings returned home from Hamil- meeting o( the council of the League ton. O., with, his foot smashed. C of Nations, which In reality will be L. Thomas is working nt the Decar-s- n the tint actual business met'tlnc will In London probably Kcb. 10, yards near Covington D. M. bo held to dispatches received here. according Singleton made n trip to Livingston It Is learned ttint the launching of Ihe with n wagon and reported the roads permanent court of International Jusbad 0. I.'. Thomas has bail a tel tice hu been decided uion afier treat ephone put In. Rail colds have hesitation, becuirse this wus one of the pained tho .lay. Everyone vnu see, feature of the peace program In which ",e sreat" is cnllchinir Tnbfwrn boils are nil h Vntcl S,nU' n,erOTt. i.;Mhu Hoot, former sec tlm talk among the men -- Citizen re of- stnt0 of ,he Unte,, renders, wake up nnd help me lij itt0Wn to hove been selects! as the irel somo of our neighbors to lake, American member of nn orKnnlxIne The Citizen. It's a good paper, and committee, but It Is not yet certain that the council will feel free to offer lilm every home needs it. the nctuot apoplntroent In advance of the Unlled Stnte'a ratification of ihe cowy treuty. Tht subject now is under ne- Conwny, Feb. 3 Mrs. Jnck Kldd, g0tatloniu of Wallaceton. was visiting her son. Sntnrilnv nnil rinilfl. nf MllS nl.lfn " t Sunday Died, Jnnunry 25th, of. VV - A - N - T - E - D pneumonia ievcr, nine virgic .May Deerh, Sycamore, Maple, Calllhan, aged 10 months, daughter Oak and Walnut Logs. of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Calllhan. Her If vnu lime nny lo m'II wrlie to C. C MENOEL & Ono, CO. remains were taken (o Jackson jy Km'ucUy miUvll m wunty and laid 10 rest in mo i,id-cr- ty cemetery. Rov. and Mrs. of Berea. wero visiting rel- JMI WHITE fc CI. atives in Conway Saturday and SunLOUItVILLK.KT. EublUUdlslS7 C. D. Estridge, Earl Llnvlllo day. Literal sertmi nnd J. M. Bailey wero called to us run value mm ML Vernon, Friday, as witnesses In tho suit of Parsons vs. McColIum Green Fianery,. of Jackson County, 2-. - only a few days. Ho was taken to the Robinson Hospital; Tuesday, for nn operaljon, and died shortly after midnight, Thursday. Ho leaves n wife, eight children nnd. nn nged mother: but Ihelr loss Is Heaven's gain. Ho had lived a truo Christian life for many years. Ho was n member of Iho M. E. Church. Funeral services were rondiicled nt the Jipmo. Saturday afternoon by Rev. Carl E. Vogel. pastor of tho M. E. Church lnnerea. His remains were laid to rest In Iho family hurling ground. A large crowd alle.ndcd HI funeral as he was a man that had many (Mends'. ' - Van-Winkl- e, K-fU- The Best Insurance Against Influenza Prominent Educator Bollsvas That Vapomantha la A Sura Preventive Dr. R. M. Bramo, discoverer of ted In each nostril. Bramo's Vopo-munt- ha Salvo penetrates tho pores Bramo's IVappmcnlha Salve,has a loiter from C. C Wright, Superin- or tho skin, relieving congestion, at tendent of the Wilkes County, N. C tho same tlmo healing vapors arise Publlo Schools, In which ho says: nnd are breathed througtvtho mouth "We havo used Bramo's Vapomcnlha nnd noso, loosening tho phlegm Snlvq for nearly all tho ills for whloh anil causing tho patient lo breathe Its absolute, reliability it is prescribed and have always se- freely. unallotcured salisfaclory results. If used is evidenced by dozens ofVapomen-th- a in tlmo It has never failed to break ted testimonials. Bramos Salvo will rollovo pneumonia, up colds, usually tho forerunner of Grippe, Influcizaand Pneumonia. . Influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis; 'whooping cough, catarrh, I speak from personal observa-- l nsthma, tonsllitis, hay fover and in.. Hon. I bollovo If this preparation flammation of tho skin. is used In time it will provent tho, Vanomentha is nnpllod externally, dovelopemcnt of pneumonia In, clothes, as will nery Instance. If used nccordlng nnd it salvesnot stain the do. No home should other to dlrcollons." , ever bo without It. Buy It frosa your Theso strong statements are fully dealer or direct form the Brans Justllled by the rcmarkablo recov- Drug Co., North Wllkesboro, N. 0. eries that follow. 'Bramos Vapo-menl- ha A small boltlo costs 30o.; a muoh Salvo is applied freely larger one, containing six times' as over tho chest and throat nnd Inser much, Porter-MooDrag Co. . U.20-Adverti- sement re No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour week-end-M- rs. Trl-Sta- lo Once Tried - Always Used