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Devotad to ttie Interests IIKRKA, The citizen MADISON COUNTY. KKNTUCKY, FEBRUARY 12. 1020 off the EoiantgiirL 3?eo;plo One Dollar and Our Threefold Aim: To glvo tho news of Dorca and vicinity; to record tho happenings of Bcrea College; to ho of Interest to all tho Mountain People Fifty Cents per Year. LIST , Number 33 .May The Citizen Brag? We don't do it often I Hut we do make great exertions and spend a great deal of money, to make The Citizen particularly valuable to.it&subscribcrs. For one thing, just compare the general appearance We are paying of the paper with the other newspapers. more than three times what we used to pay for paper, but we will not spoil the eyes of our readers by slazy .,'paper, small type and poor printing. ' And next, look at the amount of reading matter you get in every number of The Citizen. We keep our advertisements comparatively few and will not let them spread over whole pages and crowd out the reading.' And above all, look at the great variety of olir reading matter and its high quality. There is something for very member of the family, and something good. Moreover we are looking out for the mountains as no other paper does. Our articles on mountain agriculture are such as you could get nowhere else. The same is true of many of our articles on Home Science. And we have news from, the mountains that reaches no other newspaper. And everything is kept lively and bright iby our being so close a neighbor to Uerea College where hundreds of mountain boys and girls are developing a mountain patriotism that promises a world of progress. We know The Cftizcn brings pleasure, progress, profit to every home it visits. BIGGEST CARRIER IN HUGE DRY DOCK HUNDREDS OF GERMANS ON WAR VANDAL World News Various suggestions arc being' mado by men in high authority that it would l)o a lilting thing if tho Paris, Feb. 4. The list of Oernmni Unjited Slates should cancel jUio necnMil by t lit nllles of war crimes payment of the loans sho has made mid vlio.( extradition Is to bedemnnd-oi- l to tho European nations, during tho Is hemliM by former Crown Prince war. These hints como from across Frederick Wllllntn nnd several other llio water andinsomo cases aro acsons of the former Oermnn emperor companied by arguments. It Is The MM was hnniled to Bnron Ktirt claimed Hint such notion would bo von l.crsnir. the Oermnn representn-tlvfair, and would bo something of an here. Inelmlod In the list are: Dr Theo-linl- equalization to ntono for our late von Bcthmnnn-llnlhrcg- . former entrance into tho war. Marshal Von Hlndenburg Prominent Names. Are e d Former Crown Prince and the "Great" Oermnn Imperlnl chancellor ; Field Marslinl von Illndenlmrg, Oen. Erich Ltidcmlnrff. formerly first qunrtcrmns-te- r . general; Field Marshal von Crown Prince Itiipprecht of tho duke of Wtiertletiherc nnd a ntunher of other princes nnd titled officers. The totnf number of names on the eight sections. The first cctlor. Is n list Is about 800 and It Is divided Into common list of nil the nccused. Then follow seven other lists, pi vine the names, rank and accusations of persons who"e names were supplied by Great Britain. France. Italy. Helelum. Ilounmnln. and Poland. Mnrk-enenJupo-Slavla The letter of Viscount (Jroy lo tho London Times in still a matter of comment in tho papers. It is bo- -I loved lo be an honest effort to help break the deadlock over tho treaty in the Senate. It gives encouragement to tho advocates of reservations that tho United States would be received in spite of them, on tho theory that America's fears might never bo realized and that no occasions might arise to call the reservations into action. Tho Assistant Commislonor of WILSON TO STAY AT CAPITAL Immigration has given out tho opinion that Ihc authorities at Ellis IsDr. Grayson Says President Is Steadily land aro oxpecting within a short Irnprovlng Under Present time tho laVgcst inflow of foreign Treatment. population that has over yet taken j place. Preparations aro being made Wilson is a Democratic president, and The Citizen is Washington. Feb. 4. President u behooves the a Republican newspaper. Louisville, Fob. 10. Sixteen likely to leave Washington for this already, Is not .Washington, Feb. 10- - Tho former deaths from pneumonia out of 22 Oerma'n Crown Princo has cabled for some time, hts physlclnn. Dr. Gray-so- people of tho country lo realizo tho But when the Republicans do wrong and Wilson does Intimated In discussing reports problem, and to preparo to meet it reported In tho Stale occurred In President Wilson offering lo surright The Citizen will stand by Wilson. This new population should from vnrlous sections of the country also. ReJefferson County ycslerday. render himself for trial If tho allied We will not let our Republicanism prevent us from ports show 301 cases of Influenza governments Insist. Tho message concerning Impending trips. With the bo moro than usually responsive to Improving. president steadily Dr. American ideals if properly prorejoicing in all the patriotism and goodness that is shown -' and pneumonia tho last two days. was In President Wilson's hand to- Ornyson snld he thought It would be scntcd. by Democrats. Patriotism is greater than partizanship. j unwise to chnnpe his coure of treatday. J In Europe Wilson acted not as a Democrat but as presldntrs improvement Frankfort, Ky Feb. 10. Tho sesWhilo House officials admitted ' ment. The Tho Dutch and tho Bolgians have sion of tho IIouso this morning was from week to week Is noticeable, the an American. He had great influence in bringing about that tho message, sent from physlclnn continued, lie Is allowed to finally been able to arrive at a dedevoted to tho introduction of bills an alliance to protect the peace of'the world. It was a Holland, had been received, walk from room to room on the see-- i cision in regard to the differences and the hearing of commitleo re- hut would not new thing and very imperfect, but it was a great deal mako public Its text. ond floor with the aid of bis cane, but that have1 led to much friction and ports. Representative Smith Inso far has not been permitted to ven- bad feeling for many better than anything known before. troduced a bill plaoing a lax of two Washington, Feb. 10. While ture below stairs out of his wheel pact has been signed by months. A And we simply must have something. , War, now both regardcents on all gasollno sold at rev v.!, House nnd Railroad Administration chair. ing the uso of the Scheldt river, tho that science has invented poison gas and airplanes and tail, tho tax to go Into tho road officials regard "as most serious" Mcuso and other conflicting commersubmarines, is too destructive to be allowed. The war fund. He also Introduced a bill lo tho railroad MINT situation precipitated STEALS GOLD FROM cial matters. At one timo tho sitprovido registration feo Jin each by just ended bereaved millions of homes, and set back the tho orders for a strike February molor vehicle of SI for each horso 17, Issued Employee at Denver Charged With uation was so serious that war was of the whole world. Another war would simprogress by officers of tho Broth- feared, as jboth of tlio countries power. Tho lax on trucks, the bill Theft of $35,000 Worth of Metal ply destroy civilization. We must have a League of er.hootMof Maintenance of Way Recovered InYard; ; , .uroKckoii mpiomatlo. relations. provides,- - nt-- n high?. .ralewTIia.WSrAVli; Nationsthat will dcsircpeatdMnd'trnfOrCepeace. puaiu iui ,uiiw9 iruiii 9ii lor l.UUU Denver. Colo., Feb. O. Orvllle Har It will be a new thing. Like every treaty, it will Poland is considering the matter pounds lo 5150 on moro than 20,000. Washington, Feb. 10- - Tt was gen- rlngton, 41 years old, a skilled worker of n peace bind and limit the nations that enter into it. And like with tho Bolshevik! Representative McClellan, Lou- erally believed In the Denver mint, wns arrested here that Director Gen- by secret service operators on a charge government of Russia. Therosoviet isville, offered a bill increasing the eral does every device of government, it will be imperfect But Hines would go today before salaries of the deputy court clerks representatives of the two million or hnving roooea uie mint or goiu Dart not seem to bo anything else to do. we need it, we must have, it, and a League of Nations is of $35,000. Harrington wns Thero is little chanco of meeting to the value lo 81 .G00 a year. Another bill Introjust as reasonable and practicable as any treaty or any railroad workers and inform them trapped ns he wns carrying nwny a bar tho Russians by force as they have duced by Representative McClellan form of government. 'hat Iheir wage demands could not of the metal. He confessed and led appropriates 52A00O annually for bo granted. It was understood ho the officers to his home where thf become strong and aro .feeling the Now there are some improvements possible by way effect of victory. It is reported that tho Slato Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Is not willing to go were found further than bars und hidden In burled about the tho Allies would not put any obstaof clear interpretation, and in the matter of Shantung. Tills bill provides that the Slato adjust wage Inequalities. various places. All ynrd cle in the way of such a peace if it But, as Wilson says, there must be no reservations that of the stolen gold wns recovered. lako over Hazelwood Sanitarium In would seem bestto mako it. If Jefferson County. amount to nullification. These Senators have the power Thlrty-flv- o Ky. Louisville, A third bill by tho samo author STEAL BONDS WORTH $90,000 such treaties are lo bo mado they to delay things but the American people propose to hundred stale road officials, buildshould Include provision against increases the salaries of tho deputy ers nnd (road have a League that has power enough to prevent anmaterial exhibitors 8econd Robbery In Two Days Occurs Bolsheviki influence in tho counbailiffs of tho Police Court In Loufrom every part of tho nation are other war. In Heart of Flnan-- . tries, making them. isville to $1,500. expected to attend a convention of clal District tho American Road Builders' Asso A new phase of the Bolsheviki acMEN TO BE HELPED New Tork. Feb. 7. Ponds valued at tivity is suggested elation hero February 0 to 14. by reports from BY Y. M. C. A. FOND Tho National Crushed Slono As ?90,000 were stolen from tho office of tho Orient to tho effect that the KoTho Educational Service ComJames It. Deerlng. It wns announced In soeiation nnd Ihc American Asphalt Lexington. Ky., Fob. 9. Five perWhen tho news of the result of tho mittee has decided lo uso money In Wnll street. The outside door of the reans aro being encouraged in their Association will hold meetings at sons wore, killed nnd fifteen injured trial flashed through tho crowd Iheir hands, which was raised dursafe was opened by using the comblna rebellion against Japan. This would llio samo time. tlon nnd the Inside door was forced certainly slir up many difllcult ques ing tho United War Work camhero today whon a mob, intent up there wcro wild mutlcrings. open. This Is the second robbery In tions to restore better feeling with "Como on, boys, let's go," said a paign, to holp on lynching William Lockotl, n no-g- ro men to Wasldngtori. Feb, 0. Consideratwo days In the heart of the financial China. At least there have been who confessed lo tho murder of man, as ho started toward the court- nocuro on education. Thla is a ten-ye- ar some signs that she is trying to do great opportunity for theso men, tion of tho treaty of Versailles was district old Geneva Hard man, house. resumed in open Senato today, rethaL , charged Uie courthouse during, A deputy sheriff covered him with and no doubt many will avail them publican nnd democratic leaders PANIC HITSN. Y. EXCHANGE, Lockclls trial and was ilred upon a shotgun and placed him under ar- selves of tho offer. It should bo' Joining their forces lo bring It by police and Stato troops. Sovere strikes have been occurtho duty of every public-spiritrest. bark for debate. Tho decision was Pound Sterling Drops to $3.19 Tre ring on the sugar plantations of Included among tho wounded were Tills wns tho first spark that fired person to urgo theso mon to take reached without debate, tho Senate mendous Crash All Along two women. advanlago of all educational oppor Hawaii.- - Tho laborers aro mostly tho mob into a furious rage. overwhelmingly adopted a motion the Line. Fiiiplnoes and Japanese, and tholr Tho crowd, intent upon lynching Men rushed forward and took tho tunities. by Senator Lodge to reconsider the tho negro, was reputed when tho prisoner away from the deputy. The amount allotted to caoh New York, Feb. 5. Wave after wave action comes at a timo when it may soldiers fired a volley. Tho ring Then they mado their move toward county is two cents per capita for volo by which tho treaty was laid of terrific selling followed another vio greatly embarrass tho world and out aside last November. Tho vote on leaders, carrying a rope, wore the courthouso steps. tho wholo population. For cxam-- 1 Lodpo's motion to suspend tho rules lent crash In foreign exchange here. down tho supply of sugar which is Demand bills sold at $3.10 to the Brit small at best. On the steps was the maohlne gun plo, n county having 10,000 popula-- ! forced to withdraw. One can well sympa so treaty again could bo considered Ish pound sterling. There was s Whilo tho excitement was going that had been sent from Camp Tny-lo- r. tion will bo allowed ?200. thize with an effort on the part to 9. wasC3 strong recovery to $3.31 In tho early of llio poorly paid oriental labor to on In front of tho courthouse, a Jury A number of sohools have boon litis was tho signal for gen afternoon, followed by another drop heller its condition, In tho courtroom convicted Lorkolt eral firing. Tho soldiers and police placed on tho acoroditcd but it comes at list. to $3.21 U. At Its maximum depreciaof first degrco murder and Ihe negro laid a hot barrage into tho mob, and 'Among them aro: Ail Smith-HugThe world BARBER SHOP BOOZE KILLS 4 tion tbe pound was $1.07 H below Its an inopportuno timo. was sentenced lo be electrocuted when the mob retreated it was (High Schools; Y. M. A. Night normal quotation and It had declined needs sugar. March 11. found that 19. had fallen, four of Schools nt Louisvillo and Cincin Eight Others In a Freeport (III.) Hos- 14 tf cents from yesterday's low rec-- 1 ord. Drafts on London flooded the Tho trial lasted only half an hour. whom wrro dead, and n fifth dying nati; Stalo Normal Schools; all Tho new municipal government pital "Floral Spirits" as a n holders offer- of the city of Dublin is radical aild market, Beverage. A crowd of 1,000 peoplo was stand- laler from tho effect of his wounds. members of tho Kentucky Collego ing them almost regardless of price. ing outside tho courthouse beyond At 2 o'clock this afternoon, tho Association and other schools. sympathetio to tho Sinn Feiner Exchange on France and Italy also Freeport ni, Feb. 4. Four young tho barriers that had boon erected spiril of the mob spemed lo have Thoso interested In this from movement. On the occasion of their eight others are In slumped to new levels of depreciation. are dead and for tho purposo of keeping them been broken temporarily and tho Madison County may consult R. E. men hospital seYlously.lll Franca sold at 16.02 to the dollar for first meeting they made a demon as a result of the away. Turloy, Richmond, or F. O. Clark, drinking "barber shop booze." eil.v was. moro quieL at a sight checks and lire at 18.77, the nor stration that showed clearly tholr Horea, or C. D. Lowls, Bcrea. position and raised the republican party In a local bnrber shop. The bov. mul parity In each case being 5.18. CONTENTS erage was concocted by members of flag over tho city buildings. The Lincoln and Economy. the party, using floral spirits as a base. POLES GET YANK MATERIALS vexed problem of Ireland does not As an advocate of thrift, Abraham PAGE 1. Editorials; Mob at LexingRELIEF TRAINS GO TO VIENNA These spirits are used In face tonics Lincoln was leas prolific than anseem to bo much nearer to a soluton; Ky., U. S., and World News. other great farAmerican, Within a few hours after drinking the Big Army Receives Hundred Carloads Benjamin tion. Tho plan that Lloyd George all of the men became 111 and PAGE X Berca College News. Franklin. Lincoln published nq "Poor Budapest Also to Get United StatM liquor of War Supplies From Amersuggested of creating two slates, did to the hospital Tholr were taken Supplier. Now on Way PAGE '3, Serial Story; Washington Richard's Almanac." If he had, doubtican Red Cross. not meet with approval In any part bodies tunied black and blue. Froro Paris. less his Injunctions to thrift would Loller. nf Ireland. have been fully as trenchant and pointPAOE 4. Bcrea Locals. Paris. Feb. 8. One hundred carLOW EXCHANGE HITS H. C. L loads of war materials purchased Parts, Feb. trains of AmeriFor PAGE 5 Tho Matter with America; ed as were those of Franklin. can Red Cross supplies, valued at Spain has recently been obliged Tho Woman's Club; "Abo" Lin- Lincoln was forced to thrift and con- $583,000, left Paris for Vienna and New York Banker Says It Will Cut from the American army have arrived sequently rrallted the value of tt In Poland to outfit the army. An Issue lo send forces to Morocco to supcoln Real American. Down Exports, Thereby Lower. Summarized, his advice on this sub- Budapest The supplies Included doth. of underweur, socks nnd sweaters Sas press uprisings against her author!- PAGE 6. t Mountain Agriculture; ject was: "Teuch economy; that Is Ing, surgical dressings, drugs, conIng Prices Locally. been provided by the American Bed Morocco was tho point there. Home Department. A new levy of 300,000 men Is on of the first and highest virtues. densed milk, flour and other foodwhere Franco and Ocrmany camo New York. Feb. 5. A decided re- Cross. stuffsSunday-scho- ol being outfitted almost entirely with 7. PAGE Lesson; It begins with saving money." duction In the cost of living Is llkelj breaking friendly relations American army uniforms. Including closo to Sormon; Problems Faolng Strlok-o- n Yuma, Arlt Feb. 6. Capt Jqllo to be the result of the drop In British overseas caps. A Two Buildings Burn, pairs of some years bofore the war. Twico exchange. In the opinion of Perry IL World; Sensible School Drea. 0 llttaburc. Pu Loss, estimated to Califs, formerly of the Mexican fed. Johnston, president or tbe Chemical American Bed Cross socks and their differences were settled and 864. be 100,000, resulted from fire of un eral army, was arrested here on a sweaters were distributed In De- In no case was any Interference National bank. e; PAOE 8. East Kentucky belaj made with the Spanish sphero of Inuniforms determined origin which destroyed two charge of having kidnaped and mur"The drop lo exchange will rat cember. American the Polish are dered a fellow officer who had left the Lincoln, the Most buildings and domaired a numhor by most of amy at fluence across the strait of Qibral- down oar exports, I believe," said Ur. worn Carranxa forces and sought refuge la the treat Sculptured Man. others la McKetaport, near her. Johnston. (Continued on Page Five) Um United State. , Till' Inn h'Iiki hill' nf Hit' American ship khIiI to hi' I lie largest on what Is believed to bo the world's largest float-In- c rnrrli-ilcnihvrlslit nir dry nf Brooklyn. N Y. Mlnm-Mitiir il-- A League that Can Enforce Peace J(entucky News U. S. News WIl-so- n J WIo-reng- en, . New-York- 's Mob at Lexington ed he a panic-stricke- wo half-millio- 250,-00- CorrM-pondeno- Pago Two THE CITIZEN J. February 12, 1020 TJie Judges, Treasurer T. J. Osborne. Dean A. G. Weldlcr nnd Professor C. D. Lewis, rendered a decision of two for the afflrmallvo and ono for tho ncgallvo. Tho chairman, Dean Mathcny, beforo announcing tho decision of lho Judges, spoke of tho friendliness of lho two societies and slated thai he was suro that that friendly spirit would continuo lo exist after the debate, Tho other two boys' societies In tho Academy, will debate on March 13lh, and lho winners In that do ,,al w'" 'JcbjPVY"h tho PI S,ema3' '" onppi In Iaoa nnn rwf mm ffslnrirla nnrl SORORIAN LI TE RARY SOCIETY . school-mate- s. Miss Nettie Kirby. whoj SECRETARY MEREDITH HAS l3 1 mcui ula p nc iI DCMchv died last week with pneumonia and rtecitation Queen Ballard. II L. II I Jt Ul lll.IIIL.iJI measles. Dialogue .Ethel Flolder Tho Normal basket ball team now 6ayi Reduce Number of Middlemen Elma Krogman. has the record of beating every de "Lincoln's Life as an Example to and Encourage Their Return partment in Berea College. Thdy to the Farms. Others" Bess Daniel. ' won over College Monday afternoon. Comlaal Selection.... Inez Ointer. Washington. Feb. 3. Reduce the Tno scoro wag 19 lo 14. The Normal "To My Valentino" number of middlemen and encourage D ' r,menl j3 very proud o their ....Willard Shackolfprd. their return to the farms to help In-- leam-- , I JhC3" ,fecl T"? enlhualasllo Qunrtet....Bcu!ah crease production of foo.1 Lewis, Bonnie which they are lo TImt Is the message brought to tho ovcr Eager, Leah Stephens, Bculah agrt-- . P'ay next. cnpltul iby the new secretary of Sternberg. , -' culture, E. T. Meredith of Iowa. "My First Love Affair" "Mr; Meredith wns sworn .n urnJd 3.E0RGE R. COOKSEY Maude Searcy. clamors for his Immediate attention to Critic Hazel Stotler, the problem of reducing the cost of living, lie had been Inundated with Visitors always wclcomo to our ' telegrams and Istters from nil parts of meetings on overy Saturday night, the country asking what he Is going in the Third Floor Pnrlor of James to do to bring down prices. Hall, 7.30. "There must be a general feeling that the cost of living Is essentially an agricultural problem." Mr. MereJOINT MEETING OF VICTORIA AND dith observed, as he added another ADELPHIC LITERARY sheaf to the stack of messages. "It Is. . SOCIETIES. of course, related to ugrlculture. but Mltlio Daniels. Toast lo Boys do more than to muny other lines of. Toast lo Girls Ralph Rogers. activity, and I am tempted to belter; Essay Era Gossott that the solution of the problem lie' more in the bunds of those Interested Declamation Carl E. Shell. to dlstrlbutlonaud nonproductive enLocal News Daisy Bilbrcy. terprise than lu the hands of the farmPoem Samuel Boalwrlght. ers." Duet Malvin Dalton The secretary said the fanners will and Rowcna Robcrls. produce their utmost "If given satisOptional Wisdom Bilbroy. factory conditions." "Asleep at tho Switch" "wnat Is the mutter with conditions?" he was asked. Oscar Garden. "Matter!" Mr. Meredith ejaculated. I Original Zora Guthrie. his eyes fairly blazing. "It certainly i Bioirraphy of R. 0. Garden does not spur a farmer to greater proNorman Brashcar, duction to be obliged to sell his prodMixed Quarlel ucts for half or less than he later see them sold for at retail. ....Victoria and Adclphlc. "The dairy farmers wonder If they "If yon don't aim high you will are treated squarely when they receive never hit high." 85 to 40 cents for butter, and tee It Victoria's Motto: "Not at the .sum85. retailed at mit, hut Climbing." "Tho poultry men wonder why, Adelphic's Motto; "No Trfals No when they receive from 40 to 50 cent Beorge It. Cooksey, for three yearr for eggs, they retail as high as $1 a assistant to the secretary of treasury, Triumphs.." dozen. nominated by President Wilson to bo "The hog growers wonder If they are a director of the Wnr Finance corpoAELIOIAN LITERARY not In a 'hazardous' business when ration. SOCIETY they buy fencing and all other supProgram for February 14th. plies at greatly Increased prices and Roll call.. Quotations from Abrathen, ceo, their product fall 50 per cent ham Lincoln. by them at an actual loss n VIRGINIAN IN COMMERCE BODY and sold Invocation Chaplain. answer to a demand ou the part of the Agnes Wadllngton. rest of the population for a reduced Former Governor Stuart Will Succeed Optional ' Dialogue James 8. Harlan on Interstate cost of living." Lucy NIoholson Commission. JO Edna Stegner. Sixth Olive. Victim Dies. Dean Owens. Washington, Feb. 7. Former Oov. A Funny Story Memphis, Tenn. The han' of death, Henry C. Stuart of Vlrglnlu was nomi- Current Events.... Margaret Lester. which has fallen so heavily upon tho nated by President Wilson as a mem- Jokes Ruth Mahon. family of Mr. and Mrs. Max Vunkuu-no- n ber of the Interstate commerce comddlo Curry. and Mrs. Vunknnnon's brother, mission to succeed James S. Ilrrlan Duel.. Dell Fowler, Critic r..LIIy Davis Owens. Uzell K. Ivy, as well as two others, as of 'Indlanp, whose term has expired. tho result of having eaten poisoned Louis Titus, an attorney of Han olives, was felt again when Currle Ivy, Francisco, was nominated to be a LEAP-YEA- R PARTY ' iv j ears oiu, succumbed. His death, member of the shipping board. Mr. Wednesday evening February 4th. which emnf HflPr a brief Illness, was Titus succeeds Henry M. Robinson, lho Sororlan Literary Society entho sixth to result from a luncheon wno resigned last year. Ho la a at the meeting of club women ' publican, tertained' her brother S'oolety, PI at the Vunkannon home, but he may ' Sigma, In tho girls gymnasium, In Tho girls had sent RUNS AMUCK; 3 SLAIN James Hall. out Invitations to tho boys, so ferlng from tho same cause. Tho fifth Black Barricades Self Jn House at promptly at 6.45 they loft James victim to succumb to the poisoning Pine Bluff, Ark., And Battles Hall lo call for their friends and was im Vunkutiniui, 41 years old, Poise Sever! Wounded escort them to tho gymnasium. husband of the hostess, who died. Thu olives are said to havo been bottled at At 7:00 o'clock lho fun began. I'lne IJluff, Ark.. Feb. 7. City DetecIxm Angeles, Cal. tive C. 0. Flynn, Mrs. Sam Soltz, and Each person was given a piece of a negro known as "Memphis Slim," string which was cut Into pieces Man Killed In Fire. were kilted, and seven persons were nnd used as engagement rings after Logaiifport, I ml .One man was kill- wounded, two seriously, when George the proposals were made. Luclle ed and three others were injured seriWicks. nei?ro, after shooting "Memously when lire destroyed the Harnett phis Slim," and, Flynn, barricaded him- Rooksoy and Fred Robshaw, who Hotel, cau.slng a Iosm estimated to be self In a house near the heart of the had tho largest number of engaget.VK),0(K), The fatality resulted when business district und held off a possa ment rings received a pie, which a guest fell from u landing for over three hobrs. The negro finally they had lo cat betwen themselves jii tht fourth lloor of the structure. was slain. sitting on (he floor In tho mjddle Program for February 14, i30 The Kentucky Hall Association and tho Ladlcjf JIall Association nosulls of National Irrigation ........Henry Burkhart. held a Joint meeting in Upper Cha- -j pel Sunday evening, February jBlh. Attempts lo Nullify Prohibition Antonio Alcr. Miss Bowcrsox led tho devotional exercises, after vhlch Miss Hafcr, Bryan lo the Front Again Charles Carpcnlor. leader of tho meeting, read from Ernest Clark. Luke 10 tho story of tho good Sa- - Optional 7.. Pqiiavkcr....Dvlght Blcknoll. mnrllan. A beautiful violin solo, by Mrs. E. S. Peck, was very much our Recent Step Toward by all. Miss Hafqr, Jalking pnlsory Military Scrvlco on tho subject, "Do yo tho Next John R. Albright. Thing," said In part: At What Ago Can n Man Do His 'Onoofthe things that school girls. Best Vork?....S. B. Doughlon. need to know and decido upon, Is Extemporaneous Speeches Oils Blakcy. what kind of work they aro going to) do. Sometimes, howover our eyos Ernest Begloy. aro fixed eo hard on tho goal to Claudo Carson. which wo wish to attain that wo Sidney Caudill. forget the lit'Io things about us. Wo Tho officers for tho second semes- should specialize, but wo should icr aro as follows: President, not) grow .but In ono lino only. Forest H. Shuford; Wo want lo grow In both breadth Samuel B. Doughlon; Critic, Leo- Corresponding and length. Christ nover forgot the nard Fielder; littlo things. Tho widow's mllo w Secretary, J. Russell Whilakor; most acceptable becauso it was all Recording Secrolary, Sidney Cau-sh- o had, and all sho had she offered rlf 11 ; Assistant Recording Sccrclary, (o Christ. The little things that come Randolph Van Scoyk; Treasurer, toils are just as much a part of God' Howard M. Fields; Librarian, John plan for our lives as aro tho big n. Larkin; Chorister, Wm. 0. thing. Very often tho littlo-thingSuitor; Yell Master, Charles Car-op- en up tho way to big things, penlcr;' S'ergeanl-at-Arm- s, Raymon A. and Iho Y. T.Johnson. Both tho Y. M. W. C. A. grew out of small pray- er meetings, ah great ncniove-mcn- ts start from small efforts; tho Normal big results come later. If wo havo God's love in our hearts wo shall T( xormal Literary Societies be glad lo do tho littlo things noxt wcro ,nvilcd (o allcnd tnQ dcbalo us oven if doing them sometimes belwccn P1 slgma and Bcta Alpha( brings pain and means much sac- - two of lh(J Acjdcmy H(crary rillce. The things wo need to do lio cclic3( which wa3 hcId ,n lho Main right around us. Inasmuch as yo nllnpi cntr,inv PVoninir. Felmmrv have dono it unto ono oftho least 7 jg20 The Union and Excelsior' or tnese, ye navo aono unto mo. Lilcrary societies accepted tho In- Lct us learn to put large values on Vitation. lho real things and moro of tho Many of the. Normal students who . r ... ,ck h recovered and lhCmj back in school. Wo were veryj ' General College News T. W. a A. College Department ALPHA. ZETA BETA The Academy ALPHA AND PI ANNUAL DEBATE SIGMA ,. Com-onjoy- eil Vlco-presldo- a s a Bcta Alpha and PI Sigma, two of tho Academy literary soolctlcs, held their annual dcbalo in lho Collcgo Chapel on Saturday evening. February 7lh. Tho debaters wcro listened lo by a largo and Interested nudiencc. Dean F. E Malheny presided. Tho question was, "Resolved that labor unions aro Justified In demanding the closed shop." Pi Sigma soolcty contended on lho afflrmallvo nnd was represented by Messrs. Sidney B. Neal, Hugh 0. Porter, C. M. 0. Porter, Jos. Rush, Noel P. Moran, and Charles M. Brlllon. Tho first thrco wcro tho speakers. The Beta Alpha society took lho negative sido of lho question. Their representatives wcro Messrs. Beckham A. Robertson, Everett E. Curry, jfrhvnnl PJaarko, Benjamin F. Gross, Earnest A. Envln, and William WrlghL Tho first three wero lho speakers. Both sides showed that they had put much study and research on lho question and had lho arguments well In hand. They presented them In a forceful and Interesting man- ner. Department Ju .a - "' : of lho gymnasium with tho rest of Vocational Schools lho company silting around them. Then lho gamo of "Poor Pussy" "Vir- DEMOSTHENES LITERARY SOCIETY was played after which Prooram for February 14th. ginia Reel" followed. This was , Song by Society. enjoyed so much that It was .diffi REPRESS by mcmbor. cult lo gel lho playors lo slop for Invocation Society Gazctto Henry Combs. A varlcly of candy refreshments. Why America Hojpcd lho Allies was served. Carl Pulllam. Palmer Tells House Committee Next Interesting event was relating of a dream hy Fred Wilson. Tho Rclnllon of China lo lho Wirld Action Against Reds Necessary. Jack lllcks. The dream was ns follows: Why Young Peoplo Leavo lho Farm, "I dreamed that there was a great Claronco Manning' HELPED TO RESTORE ORDER battlefield beforo me, nnd nt lho How lho World Is Fed left Ihere was a city, and also at lho Raleigh Hosklm. II was right there wa a clly. rs Debate; "Resolved, That our Pending Measures Are Too Drastic euslomary for Iheso cities lo fight enjoyed llfo moro than wo Says Situation Calls for Legislaa battle on this field each year. do." tion of Simple Character GuardThe lime was at hand nnd lho forces Afllrmallvo: John Dlsharoon, Wm. ing Dili of Rights. were on tho march. I saw lho armed Sutton. - drew knights ns they near tho Negative. Leo Washington. IVh, 5. Deportation ot Robblns, Taylor field wllh Iholr glltlerlng spears and nrrests of others radicals, coimtry-wldBooth. their steeds of white nnd black. I and tho "vigorous enforcement of exRaleigh B. Ilosklns, isting laws havo given notice that the saw them nq lliny drew a lino of Corresponding Secretary. United States Intends to keep order battle, nnd then tho whllo flag apand hn helped Improto condition," peared which meant a truce. Tho EFFICIENCY Attorney (leneral Palmer told th Irtiee was formed, and It was deBy Clinton rugate hoiifo Judiciary committee. cided thai Iho three best men from The positive Intention of tho governTho greatest Irngcdy In American each sido should decide tho conflict ment to puiiUh crimes of "reds" and today Is inefficiency. It Is by fighting a duel. I saw tho mon as life dangerous lo tha communists linn created a state of orthey clashed Into each other wllh dlseaso extremely der which would have been Impossibly welfnro and progress of Ihc Amorl ullhout arrests and deportation, their spears and battle axes falling can people. wherever thero was a chance. I saw II is estimated by our best efflcl Mr. Palmer denied that he had Mo the flags lhal they fought under, eney experts that only nliout fifteen Im In rase of cold feet" when he failed, and I enn hardly remember for what percent of lho peoplo nro efficient to nppear before the house rules comtbev slood, but my heart burned This means Hint thero Is In our mittee several weeks ago to explain with patriotism when I saw a the need for nddltlounl antlsedltlon knlghl on a while slced enrrying a country n very largo percent of tho legislation. powers nro people whoso mcnlnl Didn't Have Cold Feet. flag that I nm suro I havo fought lying dormanL Ono of America's most exists In '.Some mlsuudemtiindlnc Wns it lho United Slates under. prominent business men recently recnr: to my nttltude toward tills legNo; it was not lho red, flag? said, 'Tho great American desert islation," ho said. "Some snld I hint while and blue. When I saw tho In New Mexico or Arizona, 'a plain case of cold feet, others that flag I knew 11 was lho flag U nni other it Is found under tho hat of lho I had 'turned tall.' That, of course, of the enemy. My muscles contract- average is not correct. 1 did not attend person." I could not give support to ed, for I wanted lo go Inlo battle. This unforlunalo predicament Is rule for the SterllngUraham After a few hours Ibero was only In the lack of a clefl'nlto purpose hill." one horseman left In tho field. As dim life. Tho vast majority of peoplo More harm than good wrtuld come' this bravo knlghl camo riding up in oxS'stlng1. They aro from repressive legislation. Mr. Palmer toward his lines lo victory, and tho am merejy drifting along In llfo wllh no genu. said, adding that pending measure shouts nnd cheers of lho victorious! that wi're so drastic and nrmy, he took off his hclmeL My Ine mollvo for living. Their vision they would overreach the purpose for most essential things Is of life's heart Jumped, for I knew lhal man. totally obscured, nnd" .which they were Intended. they aro en"The situation calls for legislation I followed his long staff Into tho tirely without any Idea of a fixed of n simple rharacter guarding the bill air and nt lho end of It was that Conscojucnlly tho fneffle!-enc- y or rlghls. but titling a hiatus in laws familiar flag. Then I knew what resulting from Hits fact Is a which exlt In present statute'," saht It all meant, for lho flag was lho most serious handicap In lho per- Mr Palmer. gold and green of PI Sigma and lho "There are no federal statutes which conflict was between Beta Alpha formance of duties pertaining lo are adeiuate'to me the situation. A Iho highest slnndards of citizenship. condition of revolutionary Intont exnnd Pi Sigma." great problem beforo ists In this country on the pnrt of Yrlls were given and lho Jolly Thercforo tho us demanding solution. Is a method alleno nnd citizens sultlclently dispersed. Tho young we- - may Increase our In diameter to merit consideraladles escorting tho young men lo hy which tion by congress. efficiency and becomo moro caprespecllvo dormitories. their Threats Delng Made. performing our sacred "An enjoyable llmo was had by able of. Thrcnt are written by persons duties forlho benofli of tho race. all." who would Injure and overthrow tho This should bo largoly accom- government. Thero Is a great future In sloro plished by. a very thorough and "And these threats which are being for Fred Wilson as a prophet beIt Is also rlirulnted on the part of such per-- n causo Sororlan and Pi Sigma aro en- practical education. Important that we nre the kind which do rot entitle) joying the victory of tho dcbalo. tremendously awaken to tho realization of our those who employ them to the guaropportunities. A broader vision antee of the mvcnllod right of fre IN OLD KENTUCKY of (ho higher things of llfo must be speech." Sir Palmer snld he disagreed with acquired. Wo must uphold lho great those who claimed revolutionary utIdeals and principles which havo terances should be met by arguments In Iho hills of Old Kentucky, lovo to dwell. made America a symbol for all lhat Instead of stntutory laws. Thero the song-birIs noblest and best In tho world. He again ui'ged that the bill drafted In tho streams of Old Kentucky "And last, but not least," wo 1) the department of Justice and InLivo tho fish and frogs that swell- must havo a. deflnllo purpose actu- troduced Inst November by RepresentDavey (Dem., Ohio) be reported In the winds of Old Kentucky ated by tho highest Ideals. Thero ative faorably. Thcro's a song that seems to say, must bo a fixed goal. Tho person Declaring that because of apparent, who doesn't start anywhere doesn't dllntnrltiess In stopping "red" activi"In tho woods of Old Kentucky get anywhere. Ono can't go to ties Inst summer every newspnper In Is tho placo you lovo lo slay." Chicago unless ho starts to Chicago. the country had "shouted" at him. Mr. We must know whcro wo nro going Palmer snld the department by giving On lho plains of Old Kentucky grasses wavo so green, and then push foxward wllh energy advance, notice of "intended wideWhcro tho spread violence ngalnst the governand determination lo reach tho ment" had blocked any great disturbAro tho towns of Old Kentucky, goal. And tho best that can bo seen. ances. SI o IE UNS foro-fnthc- g wlile-spre- nd ns ' ds 1 In the schools of Old Kentucky Aro tho ones that tell us, how On tho business of Old Kentucky GRANT Wo may sail with noblo prow. Foundation School 4 LEE LITERARY SOCIETY MOVIE ACTOR IS KILLED Program for February 14, 1930 But in lho homes of Old Kentucky Biblo Reading.... Raymond Drake. Aro tho ones wo lovo lho best; Recitation Riy Cosby. In lho hearts of Old Kentucky John Lewallcn. Pocm.. Aro tho hopes that spur tho rest. Reading Charley Clark. Fred March Ambassador to Franklin Arthur Brock. MISS MARY SIMS Reproduced Story.. Alvln Jackson. News of tho Week.. Raleigh Hall. Biography John Comm. Stump Speech ..Paul Coffoy. Dcbalo. "Resolved that Grammar Is moro essential than Arithmetic" Afllrmallvo: Jcsso Rogors, Patrick McCray. Earl Burgess Plunges 700 Feet Whils Performing on Airplane at Los Angeles, Cal. Los, Angeles, Cal., Feb. 7. a motion-picture Karl Hur-get-s. actor, was killed here when he fell 700 feet from an airplane on which ho was performing In the milking of a comedy. Ilurgess was Hying with Lieut. Walter Hawkins. The actor was to cast off a dummy from iloi plane, but fell himself. The camera men thought the falling body was tho dummy and continued photo-eniphln- g. Hurgess wns said to havo been the first man to mako n successful paxtchute Jump from an airplane. RED ARMY PUT TO WORK Negatlvo: Vincent Wilson, Cameron Pain. Visitors Welcome Arthur Brook, President. Raleigh Hall, Secrolary. Incompetency Washington.--Charge- s Lenlne Decree Orders Soviet Soldiers to Engage In General Labor Activities. Washington. Feb. 8. The Russian army has been put to work, according to a preas report of a decrr Issued tiy Lenlne January 15, received hy the state department. Under the decree pien of tho soviet army hereafter must engage In generul labor activities. bolshevik- -- Charged In Report. of Incom- petency will ho lodged iih'ulnxt Secre- tary of War Newton I). Hakgr, In a report oou lo he prevented to tin S,u!y u House by a hpeclal committee, which lias compleied u long Invextlgutlou uf U. S. BOARD SELLS 163 SHIPS uu'thod!i emploj h Im coiihtructloii of caiiipi Hid cjiiituiiiiientH for the army Returns Up to January 20 $02,424,40$, during tho war. The Council of NaAccording to Report Score of tional IVfi'iiM1, In so fur us It had to Concerns Buy. A'V den with this constitutional work, also will be criticised M'vcrely, It Is said. Washington, Feb. sold by Many millions Of dollars of Governtho shipping board up to January 20 s ment funds were lot through the lroilght Vi2AHm. according to resystem of lettlnif contracts, acports completed by life board, A total Of of 010,081 deadweight Miss 'Mury Him, sister or Admiral cording to the tludltiKS of the comWilliam S. HI ins, who has Just been mittee, which are helng put Into form tops were ijisposed of to more than appointed director of nurses at the preparatory to presentation to the a scor.e of companies, Osteopathic hospital In Philadelphia. House. In numerous Instances the found at least 00 per cent British Hold Smyrna Line. She has liml an unusually Intensive . Constantinople, Feb. 7. Ilrltlsh irulnliiK as a nurse In New York, In Of the money spent might have been sued throu-fl- i Jcttlnif the contract troops have occupied the Oerman railthe Wcxt and lu Canada. ' outright. way line from Smyrna to , MS V'4 r cost-plu- ' -- February 12, 1020 TIIK CITIZEN Page was skillfully p.nnnea to nppeni toi rMUInP(, w'ondcl ,0cr,y. her vanity, nnd her anger was due to bi me coming to you, but I'm from the Its success. Sho told herself she country. Did you think that?" should not listen to such words; she YEAR "I suspected It," Raid Dave with n v. should hnte to hear such words. And smile. "You knocked- He paused. yet sho listened to them, anil was not "Yes?" sure that she hated them. She could "Like a country girl," he snld, boldly. only 'say : She tittered again. "Well, I'm lost," "You nre very good, Mr. Conward." sho confessed. "I got off tho train n 4 By He pressed her hnnd at the door, short time ngo. My aunt was to meet nnd again that strange mixture of me, hut there nro Uulfiorc such crowds In the emotions surged through her. Kitchener, and other poems' street, I must have missed her. And I AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS FOR Conward proceeded to the business saw your name on tho tftuMimi y Irwin Hftt tmnmn 191 window and I AT APE ESTIMATED section of the town, well plcnbcd with hod heard of you. So I Just thought ABOUT J25,0OO;0OO,00O. the evening's events. He found his that I'd nsk If yon wouldn't mind 6YNOPSI8. choosing. Sim lind hoped" that fie wny Impeded by crowtls In front of the showing me to this address." would tic I lie successful suitor for newspaper offices. He had paid little She fumbled In her pocket, and CHAPTER with hli father on Irene. And Conward's heart leaped attention to the progress of the war Invited her Into tho office. ThereDave ONE RESULT OF WORLD WAR small, badly manaced ranch, l)vM she or clxhln at tlic confession. El)n hat reachril th with fair educational adantai. An ae- scare, attributing it to the skillful pub- produced cianni 10 me auio in wmcn nr. Marnr, "I suppose I need not tnncrnl from licity n torn piece of paper with mlnnt eastern i.hrslclan, ami his of Interests ronnrctcd with the an Corn Wat the Most Valuable 8lnQle far irrn. ars touring lha country, dauirh. 7011," lie nnswered, "what my odurefs. n.w Hmnt Into hla lire. Dr. 1 tardea Crop, With Cotton Next Production j. "."manufacture of nnnnments. v,To the 11 "Why, that's Just n few blocks!" . , ., h , . Ut la broken, and li la necaasartly eon- - I ""Te that nr whs snld Dave. "I'll walk and Prices Will Be Maintained, Jti.Iffo n daughter liy her mother, and around with ""; I ,, more, W JriWMv" Prediction. you." He turned for his hnt, but nt y mt standard Irene Is one of the possible, bavfd. 'Nobody wonts to fight," ho hod as- most ntlornblo of young women. riTAPTTTt trTr.n. thnt moment thcro was another timid anl mired his business acquaintance By JAMES P. HORNADAY. unconventional rremiom or rancn lire, ana "I have been culled attractive In my "Even' the nnnntnent people don't knock on the door, no opened It. A arnutinianrraiiip with David rloen Washington. The farms of the Onl boy of eight or ten years stood outside. recovery day," confessed Mrs. Hardy, warmInto affection. On Or. iiartfy-want to light. Alt they want Is to unuer ted .Sink's yielded approximately $2T), What Is It, son?" tamilna that DavlJ will wiin ine Improve ing ntnuco to his (lattery. (eek to frighten more money out of tho The lad lonkml ahrlr nt.mit h nf. 000,000,000 III the calendar yenr 1010, nil position In lire and they will meet "Have been?" snld Conward. "Sny of Kuropc." To aialn. rather you nre. If I bad not been ren explanation seemed very Conward this flee. It wns evident he was Impressed u wos ,l10 Boniest year In the history complete. It CI I A ITS H III.-T- lie audden death of his with Its magnificence. "Aro you Mr. ot Amcrlcnn agriculture. Tho value of father leaves Druid with practically dered, perhaps, n little partial by my ,no J'0'"" 'or ,lie 'onr wns three times nothing but the few bare nrrea or the admiration of Irene, I well, one can covered the whole ground and left Elden that sells lots?" nothing to be snld. vanch, the filler man having through scarcely give nR0- his henrt In two plnces, "Yes. Were you thinking of buying C01" i,'"n thl11 of ,en or dissipation wasted the Income, tonight he wns Hut rif Ieara pnld, David Roes to the nearest agricultural department believes the a few lots?" keenVKon . the town, determined to keep hla promise to you, Mrs, VI splendid showing may bo traced direct Hardy my that you "Dirt t Irene by acquiring on education and makt They ,. were ' ....... von 1anil int. yourm f ' In himself worthy of her. lie aecures the shall be spared this ah threatened pbere, 11 "" n..,l,l,.,. II, n, ni.m tn llmKnew father's name crowds, to be sure, laughing nnd first work offered, itrtvlne- a team for a ,Men, 111 humiliation, will Justify me y using iaint--init; uuuilllj iiuiiug coal dealer, and tneete a man named who yur J'7,np,V couId ,el1 by whom he la heroic measures to bring this un- cheering and making snlllcs of heavy about hla own world war. As n result of the demand ' led Into dlsalpntlon wit; hut they were In some way morel (Tn I r to n close. You may Intense 1Ies Jtr M,rton- - I'm bis son. And for Increased production, n demnnd CHAPTEP. V -- Attracting the favorable fortunate than he hud over seen before. attention or the nurinitln editor of a trust me, Mrs. Hardy. Irene Is you he snld to me, before ho got so bad, be Hint reached every farm home In the There wns no fear of war; there whs, newspaper, David becomes a reporter. will forglvo me, Mrs. Hardy, but Irene rather, nn adventurous spirit which snld, 'There's Just one honest man In land, thcro wns n great gain In produc IMIth. acutely senIMe nf his Rood look tion' In 1017, another gain In 1018 and and general worthiness, falla In love with Is, If I may sny It, sonicwhnt headseemed to fear that the affair would this city, nnd that's Mr. Klden.' Is then him, thnueh, with the memory or Irene In strong. last yenr still another gain thnt She hla heart Pavld does not perceive IL bIow"over, ns had so many nffalra In that you, Mr. Elden?" "She Is her father over ngnln," Mrs. the past, nnd all tho "Well, I hopo It Is, but I wont claim took the agriculturist of the country excitement go VI - David advances to a CHAPTEn over the top, so to speak, Hardy Interrupted. "I told him ho or resnonn'h lltv nn the nensnaner for nothing. That wnr, If It came to such a distinction. I remember your .In the totnl value of the crops of the Conward renews aTialntnnrshlp with should not. nttmmit Hint rrnzv Lrlrt nf war, .could last no one drenmcd; It father very well. Did he send yon to country In 1010, $10,025,000,000, In hV',,ow,n0r1,,,l.lp?', tWjlXm. VhVuCB'h' '' without me along, hut he would go. me?" a matter of n few weeks, n eerurea ine backing of the new.: And this Is what he has brought upon would be i'avii ror "No, sir. He's too sick, ne don't eludes Items ajid groups of Items thnt . few months, at tho most, until n thorpaper arnemei in which he is inter each exceed $1,000,000,000. The most ""d he not Hero to share It. eted, and the two. aa Conward ,nd whlnned u4Prmnny would retire know anybody now. He didn't know Klden, pn Into the real estate business. single crop wns On the Mrs. Hardy's tone conveyed very oucblv The boy's voice went valuable $1.35 a bushel corn. behind tho Ithlno to plnn ways of rats me tonight." CHAPTKft IV. -- Naturally of clean mind, jilalnly her grievance over the doctor's of the corn yield Ing tlui Indemnity which outraged civi- thick and he stopped nnd, swallowed. basis David determines to set away from his uncongenial surroundings, and Tate behuvlor In ovndlng the consequences "And then I remembered whnt he snld of the year Is worth $:t,ai4.Q00,000. brings him Into contact with Mr. Melvln of the situation which hlb headstrong lization would demnnd. This Is n sum In excess of the vnlue of Duncan, who sees the Inherent good In the folly Conward elbowed his way throngh about you, and I Just enme." all crops produced In the United Stntes had crented. boy and weti omei him to hla home, where "Havo ,you help n a doctor the crowds, smiling. In his superior Jie meeti Kdlth, hla hoat'a pretty dauchler, prior to IDOL Of course the larger "She Is set In her own mind," begins tho coveted education. knowledge, and over their excitement. nurse?" continued. "We must not openly men CIIAPTKK Vll.-Il- olh "No, sir. Wo haven't nny money. part of the corn crop Is still unmnrket become ed, but the government's statisticians wealthy during the "boom," and when It oppose her. V'e must adopt other tac Newspapers must bnvo headlines. At his office Conward used n tele- - My father spent It nil for the lots thut believe la nearlng Ita Inevitable end David disihut the vnlue they have placed through Mlaa Morrison, society tics, covers, he, bought from you." 1,,,u"c' ,1,re" "c "n"cu w rc8lu on It Is n fnlr me. editor or the newspaper on which he had 'You are very clever." said Mrs. Dave winced. Then, turning to the nt; whrre. after a few minutes, he been employed, that Irene Hardy la livHardy. been a student of The cotton crp wns low In quantity, ing In tuwn, with her mother wns -- oln(',, ,,y n younB woman. They yonng woman: "I'm nfrnld this Is a bumnn nature" good price nnd VIII.-T- he toojr table In n box. Supper was dls-- , more urgent ense tbnn yours. I'll cnll but It commanded a CHAPTEIl narrative turns to Conward Mulled Measurably. Little ranked next to corn In totnl value, $2, the llardya. In their eastern home. Mrs. n taxi to take you to your address." Ilardr unavalllnglr eeeka a. "brilliant" ,p vnluod Mrs. Hardy's opinion, her J1080'1 of, and be ji.ung woman began 23o,000,000, which Includes the value grow Impntlent. match ror Irene, nnd realizes that her To, his surprise, his visitor broke out placed on uaugmera nnecuona nre placed elsewhere. both lint and seed. Hay was "Well, you brought me here," she In n ribald laugh. She had seated her- the third most valuable crop of the Irene confrsaea to her Intensely annoyed iiiuMicr iter aiincnmeni 10 uavia KJuen, 'said, st last. "You've fed me, and you self on a desk nnd wns swinging one year. According to the Cow Puncher, Tho sudden death of the government! don't feed nnybody, Conward, without foot Jauntily. ur. Hardy leaves the two women with statistics ;he 100,000,000 tons grown only few thousand dollars, and Mr a. a purpose. What's the consideration?' "It's all off." she said. "Say, Dave, have a totnl volue of $2,120000,000. In Ilardy'a heulth nereasltatlng her residence you couldn't lose me In this burg. renchlng "I'm pulling oft n little Joke, nnd in a uncr climate iney move to the this totnl, It Is pointed out, no western city wnere David Elden la wnnt you to help me. Tou know Klden You don't remember me, do you? Well, account Is taken of the vnlue of pusturcltlien of luiporutnce. Dave Eldi-n?nil the better. I'm rather glad I broke age. the total of which might properly rs. CHAPTER Hardy enters fully "Sure. I've known hlra ever sine down on this Job. I used to be some- be reckoned nt two billion nt least iiiiu no 1100m epinr, ana wnue engagea In' purchasing a -- house from Conward thnt Jolt put htm out of business up In thing of nn actress, .and I'd have put Wheat Takes Fourth Place. navici nieeia Irene ngnln, ami her mother your rooms, ever so many years ngo It over If It hadn't been for the kid. He vainly endeavors to nrevent Mrs. Wheat ranked fourth In point of Hardy Inveatlng In real estate, perceiving He was too rural for that mixture." The fact Is, Dave," she continued, "I the disaster at hand, but aha Is obitlnato figured "I wont you to get him down t was sent up here to decoy you. It value. The total production is CHAPTEIl whom David la your place some night to be agrect" wasn't fair lighting, nnd I didn't like by the government at OU.000,000 bush rapidly coming- to distrust, acquires nn upon I'll fir the date later nnd keer It, but money has been mighty slow els, which, valued nt $2.15 a bushel. ascendancy over Mr. Ilanly, who has was worth $2,024,000,000, All Other never liked David, Invariably referring to ' him there until I cnll for hlra, wltl of late. I wonder bow much you'd uavm prraaea .nim aa ine low cereals combined ore valued by the Irene, to marry him at once, but she la his flnncee." Slve to know who scut me?" $7,474,000,000, which Is unable to fully make up her mind. The "Some Joke," she snld, nnd there wni Dave pulled some bills from his statisticians at uwro uuraia nnd .Mra. Hardy Ilnds her Investment little better than worthless. disgust In her voice. "Who Is ltson pocU'et and held them before her. She more than the total annual value ct all Inspired by Conward, who la serving hla farm crops prior to 1016. The vege Klden. me, oritho girl?" took them from his hand. own enda, she blamea Klden. David table total. Including potatoes and Conward seeking to taka advantage "Conward," she sold. "Jever mind who It's on," .Conwart or the Innocence or a young girl, working sweet potatoes, Is $1,470,000,000; the returned. "I'm paying for It. Here'i Dave's blood went to his head. The' fruit total, $730,000,000; seeds total. 1110 uj.icr, huu uiwnria null. n something on account, nnd If you maki scoundrel 1" he cried. The $201,000,000, Including beans nnd pen a good Job of It I won't be stingy." may ns welt be set down that for It nuts; sugar producing crops, $147,000,t Ho handed her a bill, which slit' Mrs. Hardy Conwiird had no regard Flatterers Are Seldom Proof Against 000. The totnl value of nnlinul prodkissed and put In her purse. "I nee Their Own Poison. whatever. Kven while be shnped soft ucts for the year Is estimated at $8,-the money, Conward, or I wonldn'words for her ear be held her In con 057,000,000; dairy products, words of praise gratefully take it.' tempt. Tn him she was merely a silly upon poultry products, $1,350,000,-000him. Kluttcrers are seldom proof This port of bis trap set, Conwnn old woman. and wool clip, $100,000,000. ngnlust their own poison. awaited n suitable opportunity t From the duy be had first seen Mrs. The farmers of the United States "Yes, I huve studied burnun nature,"! spring It. In the meantime he tool Hardy bis altitude toward her had have shown the world what they can he udmltted. "The mont Interesllug Mrs. Hardy partially Into his contl be been one of subtle flatter)', partly do und what they will do when there cause It pleased bis whim and partly and the most profitable of all studies. dence. He allowed her to believe, how Is a proper incentive for them to do it. And I know that young couples In love ever, thnt KJden's habits would stani on that same day he had seen Irene, They hnve demonstrated their ability lire not governed by tlje ordinary laws correction nnd he hnd merely nrrungei nnd ho wns shrewd enough to know of to feed most of the world, If the world to trap li In one of his favorlti that his npproach to the girl's affec- to reason. That Is why It Is useles will pay a reasonable price for the nrgue with Irene sensible girl haunts. Sim was very much shocket tions must be mnde by way of the ac- though food. The best Informed men connect she Is on a itibject like this and thought It wus very dreadful, quaintanceship which he would ed with the agricultural department course we must save Irene." tlie'gulse of friendship for We must reach her some other way. llsh under neiieve mat me recoru ror prouuction "The way thnt occurs to me Is to Hut concerning nnother part of hi; her mother. Since bis trouble with thnt has been set can be nnd will be create distrust. Love Is either ab- program Con wnrd was even less franl Dave Conward had n double purpose maintained. surdly trustful or absurdly suspicious. with Mrs. Hardy. Ho was clevii In developing that nciuulntnnceshlp. It Is aenernllv assumed thnt the He had no compunctions ns to his There Is no middle course, no 1ml enough to know that he must observe' high prices of the war cannot be main Judgment. In the trustfulness certain limitations. method of nttnek. Whllo Ditvo wns nnced mineu pcnniineniiy, out uie uesi or ine manfully laying siege to tho front of love little virtues nre mugnllied to At length all his plans appeared ti1 experts are of the opinion thut prices gate Conward proosed to burglarize nngelle qualities, and vices nre quite be complete. The city wns In n tumul i tho home through tho back door of unseen. Hut chungc that trust to sus- of excitement over the war, but fo Dave', Blood Went, to His Head. "The g0 back to where they were beforetbe family- - Intimacy. Conwnnl a deeper Interest centered And now thnt Dave picion, und n hidden, sinister meaning Scoundrel!" Ho Cried. wur Is found behind the simplest word or iwrnieii to nave won inu prize conu hil i'i"t - i 119 uutiMUift UllUiri til1 To Bring Home America's Dead. wnrd realized that his own position net. We must plun two campaigns: unsuspecting noses of Ireno and Elden dog I There's more tn this than ap wns more secure .than 'ever. Hud bo One, which I huve nlrendy suggested, It Is now reasonably certain If he could trnp Dave tho rest woult pears on the surface." not been called In consultation by tho and one. If that should fall, to cnuse bo cosy. If he failed in this he hnt "Sure there Is.'- she said. "There's that the bodies of the Ameri can soldiers burled In France will be girl's mother? Were not the Inner af Klden to distrust "Irene. No, no," he another plnn to give failure nt leas another woman. There always Is." fairs of the family now laid open be- snld. raising his hum! toward Mrs. the appearance of success. Elden walked to his desk. From a brought home. Some time ago the fore him? Did not his position as Hardy, who had started from her sent, Tho fnct that tho nation wns nov drawer he took a revolver, toyed with wur department anuounced that In her mother's adviser permit him to "there must be no vestige of reason, at war probably had nn Influence li It a moment In his hands, broke it reaching a decision In this matter It assume Jownrd Irene an attitude except that the end Justifies the means. speeding up tho plot. Everything wni open, crushed It full of cartridges, and would be guided by the wishes of the whtch, In a sense, was more Intimate It Is n ense of wiving Irene, even If we under high tension; powerful currenti thrust It In his pocket. nearest of kin of the dead soldiers. So than even Dave's could be? He turned must pain her und you in the snv of thought wero bearing the mnssei The girl watched with friendly In- as to ascertain the wishes of the near-ethese matters over quickly In his mind Ing." of kin the department, by order of along unaccustomed channels; soclet; terest. ''Believe me, Dave," sho said. "It's very dreadful," Mrs. Hardy re Itself wns In a state of tlux. If In "If Conward turns up missing I won't Secretary Haker, sent out 74,000 cards and congratulated himself upon tho pented. "Hut you nre very thorough; were to strike nt nil wisdom of his tactics. of Inquiry. Thus far 54,000 answers thing." let tho blow fal know a thing not a d For a moment he stood Irresolute. have been received, and of this num-H- e "It's very dreadful," Mrs. Hardy was you leave nothing to chnnce, I sup- at once. pose that Is tho way with ull big busilaying, between dubbings of her per could only guess what Conward's ber 43,000 express the wish that the On this early August night he ascer fumed handkerchief on eyes that bore ness men." tnlned that Dave was working nlono It plan had been, but that It bud been bodies be brought back, 10,400 that "You can trust me," Conward nsijured his office. witness to the genuineness of her disThen ho called a numbei diabolical and cowardly, and that It the bodies remain In France, and 300 tress. "Irene Is not an ordinary girl. her. "There Is no tlmo to bo lost, nnd on n telephone. concerned Irene, he had no doubt. His that bodies be reburled In a country Sho has In her qualities that Justified I must plan my rnmpnlgns nt once." "This Is the night." he explained Impulse was to Immediately confront other than the United States or me In hoping that that she would do "You will find him nlone In his office Conward, force a confession, nnd deal France. On the basis of the answers very different from this. Need I CHAPTER XII. I will be waiting to hear from yot with him as the occasion might seem already In, 70 per cent of the neanVt conceal from you, Mr. Conward from lie quoted Mrs. Hardy's telo to require. Dut his eye fell on the boy, ot kin wnnt the bodies brought back. you, of oil men what have been my It Is assumed that this percentage will paused to sneak to Irene phone number. Then ho drove his cm with his shock ot brown hair and wist- hold good when all the replies are In. beforo leaving the house, hopes for Ireno?" face. to the Hurdy home, exchanged n few ful, The war detmrtment reckons, thi m. "I owo you my good wishes," he words with Irene nnd sat down to Conward's heart leaped at tho con"I'll go with you first," he said, with i quick fession. He had secretly entertained snld. "And I give them most frankly, hand of crtbboge with her mother. decision. Then to the girl, "Sor- sponge to Its Inquiries as an overry I must turn you outkbut this case Is whelming demand that the bodies be somo doubt as to Mrs. Hurdy's pur- ultbotigh perhaps with more, difficulty Poring over his correspondence brought home, and from this time on pose In opening her borne to him ns than you suppose." Dave, with his ear cocked for the crj urgent." "iou uru very good, Mr. Conward," of tho latest extra, spent the evenlnt he had dono; absurd as the hypothe"That's all right," she sold. "I'm It will proceed with that end In view. sis seemed, still there was the hy- she acknowledged. hours, la a valiant effort at concentra used to being turned out." And before There are still u good many obstacles In the way of carrying out the wishes "I couhl not wish you anything but tlon. pothesis that Mrs. Hardy saw In Conhe knew It she was in the street. "All right, son," said Dave, taking of the nearest of kin. In the first ward a possible comfort to her declin- hnpplness." be returned, "And hnd I There came a timid knock at the door ing days. He had no doubt that her been so fortunate us Klden, In making up the matter now In hand. "What's place, France still objects to the re"Come In," bo called. moval of the bodies. The chief vanity was equal to that supposition, your ucqunlntniico tlrst, I might havo No ono entered, but presently hi your name your first name?" ground for Its objection Is that the but he had done her less than Justice hoped to contribute to your happiness heard the knock again. He rose ant "Charlie." sanitary laws of the French governIn supposing that be had any directly more directly than I can under the walked to the door. "And your address?" Outside stood He was young woman, personal ambitions. The boy mentioned a distant sub- ment would hnve to be set aside Her ambitions present circumstances." should tbe bodies be taken up for were for Irene. She had hoped that, spcqklng hi hla low, sedulous notes, "If you please," she said, "excust division. by bringing, Conward Into the house, and his words sent the girl's blood me, but you are Mr. "Tost Is out, Isn't It? Well, we'll shipment to the United States. In Elden, aren't by bringing Irene under the Influence rushlnjj' n 0 stnifiKfi mixture, of gratitake the, car. 1, guess I'd better call spite of tbe attitude of the French your government tbe belief prevails In ofa doctor at once." of a close family acquaintanceship fication and unger., The tribute he "Yes. Can I help you In any way?" ficial quarters here that In time arwith hits, that younr lady might be Implied that ho himself would have The woman tittered a moment., but rangements can be made for tbe re(Continued next week.) led. to. see the folly oX tie. road she, was been glad to have been her suitor yT Thn4 v ij Tfvc GREATEST COW PUNCHER Robot J.C.Sioad FOR THE FARMER ,ni I.-- f'l 'J1 V 1' ,, !,,,, nr ...tt , a tnx-paye- The wnr department Is fflvtnaTi thought to the organization thnt w1H Je formed to tnke charge of tin bringing home of the bodies. There Is already In existence whirl Is known ns the Culled States graves commission, in organization that has been busy tn France ever since tbe armistice was signed, locating and Identifying soldiers wlio fell In the war, nnd thnt commission stilt bus n great deal of work nhend of it. Tbe present plan Is to turn over to It tho main pnrt of the task of nrrmiglng for tbe bringing home of the bodies. This commission during the last year bns registered per cent of the Amerlcnn solabout diers who are hurled In France. After tbe Frenrti' government shall hnvc given the United Stntes permission to bring bnrk tbe bodies, the first step will be to nsk the nearest of kin of every soldier hurled over there where the body Is to bo sent. The government will, of course, benr all tbe expense of bringing borne nnd of burlnl. At leust this Is the plan thnt l. Is nt proem In the minds of tbe tl ofll-cla- .re?'?J" crowdes" good-nature- d - .... . ,, ,, """ (, Con-war- s 1111- 11 Is" Con-wnr- d Xwtfe , 1 ) - Teachers Are Poorly Paid. associaThe Notional Education tion, with the federal bureau of education, has through addia obtained questionnaire, tional Information with respect to tbe shortjigo of schoolteachers nnd the Ir.criiiiuucy of teachers' salaries. Through btar.ks to county nnd city In bupvrlntendciits various places nnd sections of the country Information was sought relative to tbe number of teachers leaving during the school yenr schedules of salaries In operation, standards of preparation set, und cost of 'living. At the same time n blank wns sent to Individual teachers to secure Information In greater detail on the same Items. Fofr hundred nnd twenty-thre- e city superintendents, representing all parts of (be country, sent In replies,, while fllled-lblanks were received from 15,000 Individual teachers. The returns show thnt for the school year of 10181010, the average Ralory for the .country for elementnry teachers wns $850; for Intermediate teachers, $051, and for high school teachers, $1,224. The annual average salary for all teachers" was $017. According to n geographical grouping made, the lowest salaries are paid in the Soul hern stntes, while the cities of hc extreme West pny tho highest salaries. The minimum salary In 83 per cent of thei'ltlos reporting Is below $800, nnd thn maximum salary Is below that amount In 87 per cent of 1018-101- 0, n " IX.-M- - 11 low-dow- fell-ver- I 1(4 r $2,780,-000,000- ; . 111 bu-"o- the cities reporting. Inadequacy of Salaries Shown. The Inadeouney of the salaries paid Is revealed In tho showing that CO per cent of the teachers resigning during retbe period under consideration ceived less than the medium salaries The for their respective groups. questionnaire brought out the Infor mation that only one, teacher in five has nny additional Income nnd for this the medium amount Is less than $100. It wns also shown that 40 per cent of the elementnry teachers, 43 per cent of tho Intermediate and 42 per cent of the teachers have other persons depend ent on them for support, either wholly or In part, and thnt Individual teachers support more dependents In large cities than In small towns. ' Much stress Is laid on tbe showing thnt men and women In lines of work thnt do not require any particular training are much better paid than teachers. For Instnnce, a cotnparlsop Is made between the salaries paid teachers und the ages paid bakers and others In the cities of Clevelnnd and Chicago. It Is shown thnt In each of these cities a head baker receives $300 more n year than nn elementnry schoolteacher of the same" district; blacksmiths, $890 more n year, and machinists $1,338 more a year. one-fifthigh-scho- I at I World's Diamond Production. An approximation of the total out put of rough diamonds In the world's entire history shows thnt India, It Is estimated, has produced, all told, 50.- carats; Brazil, 15,000,000; 000,000 170.574,000; Horneo, South Africa. 1,000,000; Hrltlsh Guinea. 50,000; Australia. 150,000; China. 2.000; Siberia. 500; United States, 500. This Is a total rough output of 230,777,374 carats, or 553-- tons avoirdupois. The estimate of $300 n carat Is tbe minimum price at which diamonds can can be bought today. The popular demand for diamonds was never, so great, and they havo become the gem of working people as well as of the wealthy classes. They ore worth three times as much now as before the war, and sell nt from $300 to $1,000 a carat 5 t.vi.-.ari- l at" d Fur Business In the Arctic With the present demand for fine furs, the cultivation of commercial relations with the Canadian north Is found to be highly profitable, and It looks at present as though a larger production of raw material will como from the subarctic next year than ever before, says a United States com merce report. Traders are planning on on extra busy season and the Indians nre sending down word that the prospects for an abundant fur catch were never better. What a Chancel OThello 1 stood alone. facing a platoon of the enemy, all armed to the teeth and determined to give no quarter. My last ahot was fired, my last bomb thrown and my bayonet broken. Miss Dessy de Mona did you escape? Mercy I How- turn Qf ttlf .bll.- - OThello Just the noon whistle blew. tbeat I Page Four THE CITIZEN PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. r. DIZNEY, Principal February 12, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF UERKA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Scientific horso work nnd repairs of nil descriptions nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Cillcn nd' Office. L. Best Blacksmiihing shoeing, lino Iron ! 4 N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train 3:38 a. m. No. 31 p.m. No. 2:18 5:13 p. m. No. 32 38-1- Southbound No. 31 12:46 n. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. 1:10 p.m. No. 37 nrn will ho interested to know a new depnrtment of Indies' artdeo. ready-to-weis being Watch for tho announcement in next week's issue of The Citizen. C. M. Canfleld camo baok Sunday from Cincinnati where ho has been for tho last week attending to some business affairs. Tho following Collcgo students are leaving to take up work In Akron. O., or Michigan. Forest H. Shuford, Raymon Johnson, Chas. and Carpenter, Roscoo Johnson, Leonard Fielder. The A. Z. boys, in celebration or father. their splendid debate on Saturday, nobert F. Sntaico attended tho January 17th. aro now enjoying a meeting of county advisors at Lex series of meals at the Tavern. No ington last week. one knows from whence cometh D. S. Botkins, formerly of Wal- - tho necessary funds. laceton. has recently moved from Wirt, Ind., to Bagdad, Ky. Mrs. Jno. F. Dean and her two s. Buy your children aro on tho sick E. L. Robinson is sick with tho flu. A. B. Cornett will soon move to hjs beautiful new homo on Jackson From street which is Just being completed Mrs. Jennie Fish and her daughter, Mrs. Walker, entertained tho Corner Chestnut and Parkway Jackson Street League at thoir home BEREA, KY. Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell were We carry a full line of Pattern called to Charleston, W. Ya, the Hats from Cleveland, Cincinnati, middle of last week on account of Louisville and Indianapolis. tho serious illness of his parents with the flu. They returned Monday night believing that their father We Give Yea to Best Style and mother had passed the crisis From Each City and would recover. Mrs. W. II. Duncan and children, of Latonia, havo returned home afWE CARRY ONLY HATS ter a pleasant visit with her par-pu- ts, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, and othWe devote all our time and taler relatives and friends. ents to the study of our business J. H. Jackson was home a few and we make A SPECIALTY OF days this week. HATS We fit your hat to your Mrs. J. H, Jackson, has been nursown individual style and guaraning a very soro hand, caused from tee satisfaction with every order. a very small placo made by a dampWe have nodissatisfled customers er in a stovo pipe. Will Doolcy was a Berca visitor "We Sell Hats and Sell Them Right" last week. Hint ar list-Mr- Joshua Oarnahan. of Manchester, was a Bcrca visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch are tho proud parents of a flno baby boy. He lias been named John Welch, Jr. Littlo Lucilo Blazer Parks has been qniln ill tho past week, but is improving now. Mrs. Laura Jones nnd her nieco, Miss Nora Azbill. hnve just roturncd Clovcland, nnd from Cincinnati where (they have been attending tho millinery opcnlnp and buying thoir new spring millinery goods. Miss Bessio Carnahan, who has been studying millinery with Mrs. Iaura Jonos for somo time has been In Cincinnati buying her stock of poods and studying tho styles there this week. She is going into business in Manchester. Andrew Isaacs has sold his lot on Chestnut street next Us tho Widow Hanson property to Estill Jones for tho sum of $1,250. Green Bales has sold to Andrew Isaacs tho largo front lot and residence known as the Burdette property for $5,000. Geo. L. Wren has bought out tho old livery property on Depot street. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fee aro visiting in Bcrca. Mr. Fco is greatly interested in the building of a new edifice for the Union Church. It is very fitting that tho congregation has elected him a member of the The new Building Committee. is to bo a memorial to his rhurch J. K. Strong nnd family who (have been living nt tho Wngcrs place, on Center street, for somo time, have moved to Mrs. Evans' house, onthu same street. Mrs. Parker, of Lexington, is visiting in Bcroa nt tho homo of her .daughter, Mrs. Benton Fielder. The Woman a Club or Uerea iiohi last meeting itn Wednesday nftomoon with Mrs. Anna Krnberg "n tho parlors' of Firo-slIndustries building. A most Injorestlng nnd prolltnblo program wna oivpn. vis-ilHiram Baker, of Vnlley View, nt the end relative In Berea of the week. John W. Pullins and family, who hail made their homo in Borea for the past few years and had lived on Center street, most of tho Umc, moved to Lexington Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Benton Fielder aro tho happy parents of another littlo son who arrived at their homo on last Sunday, February 0th. E. T. Hays was ngaln nblo to be at his placo of business Monday after a week's struggle with rheumatism. The erection of n modern business block is scheduled for tho near future on the lot recently purchased bv n. II. Coylo on Center street between the Fish block and Short semi-monthly de ed , Jennie B. Fish and Mrs. Earl O. Walker left for tho city Wednesday to visit tho millinery openings and to buy stock for their spring Patrons of ,Mrs. Fish's opening. Attendance tho first of the week is the was affected by flu and smallpox fright, but tho scam Is subsiding now. Quito n number of children aro A big showing of Spring out of srhool this week on account of bad colds. Suits and Coats are on Mrs. Wm. Clark Is on tho sick display at our store. The li. this week. Mrs. Balson is suplatest word of fashion plying for her. you will find in our garMrs. C. E. Campbell is back nt ments, combined with her desk anain. workmanship. A beau Miss Hunter supplied pnrt of tho tiful line of new Gcorg dav Tuesday for Mrs. Munoy. Two members of tho School ctte Waists, and all the Hoard. Mr. Wynn nnd Mr. Lytlle. new things in botll Silk visited srhool this week. and Cotton Underwear. Prof, nix, of Berea Col lege, adIn fact anythng you dressed the teachers, Monday evenwant you can find by ing, at .1:00 o'clock. Ho called, atpaying a visit to our tention to the differences In tho ' old nnd new courses of study! Ho store. stressed the specially helpful and usable things for tenchers In tho Trade Wilh us, new course. We'll both make money . . ! .111 iexi wpck pnrcnis win ugiim ut5 j asked to sign report cards for-thchildren. Parents should sec every i MRS. EVA WALDEN grade- on reports. See tho teacher promptly If grades are below what j they should be. j supply auditorium with song books. The Woman's Club has voted to The school is preparing n palrl-- j otic progrnm for nv public enter- -, furnish a teacher for graded Instruction in music for the balance lainmcnt soon. Tho Progress Club has voted to of the school yoar. Parent-TeachoAssociation The Parent-Teache- rs Lincoln McConnel! met Tuesday evening, atAssociation 3 o'clock, in the school auditorium. The building was Jammed to hear Prof. who lectured here two Payne. Htipijrjntcndent of City years ago on Schools. Richmond; also to hear Doc Roberts, tho famous violinist. The crowd wailed in vain for nearAND THE KAISER Compensation, In a ly an hour. THE DEVIL" largo measure, came when Dr. B, F. Robinson gave a splendid health talk. Tliis nililress ended by ten will give another lecture in dering the services of the Robin i son Hospital to the Public School for n free physical examination of COLLEGE CHAPEL all school children. Tho parents this Feb. 19, 1920 opportunity anilshould grasp every cooperate in possible way to make this a llforo At 7:30 p. n. success. We can hardly estimate in dollars and cents tho good reSocial Privileges sults from last year's examinations, Admission 15c though they Vere done on a moro Doors open at 7:10 limited scalo than tho one now You'll cheer when you heait' proposed. "i OUR STORE Talk of the Town! For Your Service Responsible nnd responsive corrcspon dents are an essential if a bank is to meet satisfactorily the requirements of its customers. This bank, which has maintained the highest quality of service since 1906, shares in the strength and unity of the Federal Reserve System. It places complete equipment at your command. 1 1 - rs Berea National Bank JOHN W. WELCH, President JOHN L. GAY, Cashier Dr. (OakltMl) OAKLAND OWNERS IlKGULAKLY HCTOItT RKTURN8 OK FROM IB TO M MILKS FKOM TIIK GALLON OF GASOUNU AND FKOM C.W0 TO 12.00 MILES ON TIRES Thurs., McConnell ROBINSON HOSPITAL NEWS THIS OAKL IND 8ENS111LK SIX LI POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE Classified Advertisements WANTED Mrs. John VanWinklo returned to her homo on Rstill street. Wednesday. She has been In. the Hospital four weeks recovering from an .! Loperntion. OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads arc unimproved and garage facilities arc lew and far bctwcccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and cay-ridinand because of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense" manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is sold. Clothing to clean, pital suffering from tonsilotomy WANTED press, repair, or alter. hemorrhages. and Model Press Shay. Ho left for his home Tuesday, Feb post-operati- vo Lester Hill, who was in the Hos THE Spring Hats Mrs. Laura Jones Quality Clothes Shoes 3t-3- mond this week. Mr McCreary is recovering nice Ford touring car only $150. Ford touring car only 8400. ly from his operation for appendi Ford touring car only $425. citis. Miss Dean, a former teacher of Chevrolet touring car only Berea, is in tho hospital recovering All these cars axe completely from a fnll which she received overhauled and in good condition. during the sleet Inst month, while Welch's Oarage while teaching nt Tuscola, 111. Phono 99. Harwood Seat, of College depart for sale, of ment is sick in the hospital Ho is Barred Rock Roosters doing nicely. splendid laying stock. Hugh Mahaffey, of Academy de Mrs. Wm. O. Best. parlmcnt, is in the Robinson hos pital wilh an attack of mastoditis FOR SALE. Duick, Ho also Is doing. nicely excellent' condition 4500. . Wright Robinson has been in hosE. Q. Walker, Berea, Phone 191. pital for the last four days suffer- ' 'nff 'rom inflamalory rheumatism. ESTET ORGANS College Ho ,1s much bettor, U any student of Bores Gordon Mason, of Paint Lick, Is wishes to purchase an Esley Organ house.' fast recovering from tho amputa- fur the homo or tho church we will bo pleased to take orders tinn of an arm. Tho removal of for tho same, thru the Cooperative the limb was required aftr it was Store, shipping direct from the fac- - "amy mangled wnen caugnt in a tory and charging only factory Pc" of far" machinery. price, plus the. freight, and 25o for! Mrs. F.IIolt, of Palntsvllle, went clerical work. This, our Mr. Taylor "".mo Monday. Slio has been here says, Is the finest organ In thelndor treatment. Dr Baker, who was ill at his world, borne, is now ablo to return to his duties at hospital. PROFESSIONAL D. II. Breck and wife, of Rlch- dk. LHAIU.L3 lu Anufciujun mo,,,!, j)aV(. been guests at Boono Specialist in diseases or tho ner- ,Tavnrn nc, Thursday. Mrs. vous system and affections of tho n,.O0K undergoing s a special spine, is now associated with tho r(,atment at Robinson Hospital for Robinson Hospital, Bcrca, Ky. Of- - nPI.VOusness under Dr. Charles F flco hours: 10 to 12 a.m.- -2 to 5 pjn. Anderson, a noted specialist, of (Sundays by special, appointment. j nxmgton ' ' $150. One 1919 Onn 1918 Ono 1919 One 1918 $350. " j Ono I91tf FOR SALE Mrs. Lester Hill and baby were Ford truck, small bed, only ablo to go to their homo in Rich 10. well-mad- g; ToumMO Ca and Hotrnt SlOTt F.O.B. 1'ontuc. Miai. Boone Tavern Garage Berca, Ky. John F. Dean ATTENTION Phone J. W. Hcrndon HOME-SEEKER- 18 New Coal Dealer Having bought out the coal business formerly owned by Mr. Bailus Wilson, I am prepared to servo all his customers and all now ones, at tho samo location oa Depot Street. Wo will doliver promptly to all parts of the city. Give us a call or phono No. 01. Tho first of March is coming when bo Impossible lo glvo possession of farms; bolter buy while you can get them. Wo havo somo Bargains if taken before March 1st. it will 3 and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Pr. Hutchins toplo next Sunday Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. morning, at eleven, will be, "The Model Press Shop. Transfiguration." Tho topio of the 'Thursday evening mooting, at 7:30, Mrs. Salllo Hall, Center street, will will be, "How to Lead Men to take boarders by tho week. Christ.'" j MISCELLANEOUS ' UNION CHURCH Horndon has quit his rambling around, Sinco tho "beautiful snow- has covered the ground. But at "The Bank" ho may bo soon. Conferring with his partner, Dean. So if you want a farm or homo, Just como and let your wants bo known. In fact, whate'er your needs may be, 'These aro tho men whom you should see. Como on to DEAN J. S. Gott Berca Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S 4 HEFtNDON ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE We Clean White Kid Gloves. Model Press Shop. EXPERIENCED C0RSETIERE W. F. KIDD Real Estate Phone 68 During next six weeks will tako orders for Spirella Corsets. Entire satisfaction guaranteed. M. L. Hood. Corsetlere, 3w-3- 5 Prof. May Property Berea, Ky. All persons indebted to William Powoll, deceased, aro hereby requested lo mako settlement wilh mo on or boforo March 12, 1020. First All nersons who havo claims against William Powell aro hereby notified to present their claims to Fine mo properly proven, as rcqureu by law. on or beforo March 12, 1920, or MAIN ST. samo will bo rejected. Jas. C. Bowman, Administrator. Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. February 12, 1020 THE CITIZEN SICKNESS IN BEREA COLLEGE Heron College, llko mnny oUipp Pago FIvo The Citizen BEREA PUBLISHING (tncormmtd) Editor-ln-CM- "ABE" LINCOLN REAL AMERICAN I A family Newspaper for all thai It right places, In being visited by an epi true, and Inlerettlnir demic. Tho lax has lioen very lmavy on Iho Honllli Dcpnrlmcnt l'nHlirml avery ThurwUr at llwa, Ky, CO. The Citizen Fountain Pen This pen retails at $j oo and $2 50. Wo give it and one year's subscription to The Citizen for $2.00, To anyone who will send us three subscriptions for one year at $1 50 each (the regular sub scfiption price) wc will give a pen free of ilin Institution. ln normnl limes Is II splendidly equipped lo rnre for the students nnd n lanrol Life of Great American President WM. G. FROST. J. O. LEHMAN, M.n.fin, Editor number of others, having cots for. Has Furnished Inspiration to tO(J pnllenls, nnd In caso of cmer- -; Every Boy Born Under Sub.cripilon Rates gonctrs other buildings niny bo PAYAiii.K in advance the Starry Banner. " J" used. When It wns seen llml llio ni? ?.'.. '' M ppldemle was very progressive, tho Thw Monihi . j AHHAIIAM LINEpr Money ' servlees of othpr trained nijrses sni monr iir COLN, sixteenth nnd nnolher physician wero sc- president of Iho UnltPtl States, ""r"1: st,,,,cn,fl nn(I oUlcr8 ,mvo chancnl within thraa wreki aflr rrnawal notify VWUniecrCll In help In any WnV wns born In' Itnr-(I- I 01. n county, Kcn Mlln numlT will ba (ladlr ttippllarj If w Hint, they might; so that nil Iho ara nollflnl. tucky, on Februi ' Literal trmi ilvrn to any who odtaln nrw iul i sick nrp having careful nllcnllon. ary 12, 1809, beatrlptkma foru. Any otm pending ut four yearly The difficulty has been greatly utxerfDUoni can rtrHra Tha Citlian fra for ing the son of ona yr. Increased by the fnct that many of Lincoln, Thotnns Ailrt rtllng rata on application. tho rases have bcpn of tho mallg- -i n laboring farmnnnt lypp which wns so common In er. WIillo he wns BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY tbn nrmy. still n boy, his faCALENDAR TIip Medical Department, which ther moved to IlliThursday, February 12 nois; there Lin- v has been pTalsed so highly by Dr. 0:00-10:a.m., Department Chapols. Simon Flexner for Its trcnlmonl of co,n lPKnn "fo BB n lnuorer ,n tIie "m"""B rn" ,,,ncP8 n "rcum- 3:ir..r:20 p. m., prudential Commit. mpnlnKltls two vears ago nnd hv " ,ne(, for Mm ,n nftcr Mnlcc whch for its successful handling of V(Mirs tIie designation of "the rail- rt.lr ;. 30 p.m., ?i Dormitory Prayer Uw n ppldemle last year, will not mtcrnl)0 worUlnff ftS n coramo meeting. lrwo anything of its reputation In sailor on the flat boats which nnvl- 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer McoL; p combat with tho epidemic which gated the Mississippi river. While ing. it is now fighting. Latest reports xhnB ""Ployed he picked up a little Trlday, February 13 nnJ Knve n11 ,,lg "P"9 tme are. that tho situation is improving. iearnn to reading what books enme his wny. 0:30-0:!- 0 a.m., Department Confer1,0 ,",rved ? cnp,n,n of mlUtla dur" ences. THF MATTER WITH AMERICA! e lnR ,Iie In(1fBn troubles In the 0.15-7:p. m, Frco Vesper llour. Over the Following and Sea! west nntl In 1KH was elected to trie Saturday, February U if Any of the Shoes Herein Be- Illinois legislature. Three years later 0:30-0:5- 0 n.m., Divided Chapols he was admitted to the bar, nnd met scribed Fit ScliWioI Foundation In Parish The Palmyra. Mo.. Spectator com-- ! w"n mllch success as an advocate. In wcre House. piles the following .lata all of which, f847 ho wns f1?10'1,,1.0. he supported the Whig party and be 0.15-7:p. nu, Frco Vesper Hour. it says, is afllirllng tho country: came conspicuous as an opponent of Sunday, February IS Pod many diamonds, not enough slnvcry. The Whig party was broken 0:15-10:lego Sunday-ehco- l. alarm clocks. n.m., Col up nftcr the presidential election of Too many silk shirts, not enough 1852, nnd two years later he appeared 0:15-7:1- 5 p. m., Young Peoples blue flannel onps. an lender of the newly organized Meetings. party. He rande several unTon may pointed Ined shoes and 7:30-8:successful nttempts to obtain n sent p.m.. Chapel Worship: not enough squared toed ones. Upper Chapel, Dr. Waugh; Main Too many serge stills and not In .the sonntc. In 1800, however, he wax raised to the highest ofllec In the Chapel, Dr, Hulchlns. enough overalls. n republic. Monday, February 16 Too flinch decolloto nnd not The nntlonnl Itepubllcan convention (Freo Dny) enough nprons. met at Chicago In June of that year, 0:15-7:3- 0 p. m. Band Practice VesToo mnny satin upholstered lim- and up to the eleventh hour It wns supposed that Mr. Chase of tho state per Socials, Calls. ousine and not enough cows. , Tuesday, February 17 Too many consumers and not of Ohio, and Mr. Hates of Missouri, would divide the votes of the west- 0:30-0:5- 0 n.ni., Department Chapols. enough producers. 7:00-8:0- 0 p. m, Harmonia, Choral Too n.iueh oil stock and not enough Classes. savings accounts. Wednesday,-Februar18 Too much envy of tho results of 0:30-9:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapels. hard work and too lilllo desiro to 3.(5-5:p. m. Cabinet. pmulatn it. 0.30-8:p. m.. Vesper Exhibition. Too many, dpslring short ctlts to Thursday, February 19 wealth anil too few willing to pay 0:30-9:a.m. Department Chapols. Iho price! 3:45-5:2- 0 p. m., Prudential CommitToo much of tho, spirit of "get tee. whiln the getting Is good" and not 0:15-7:p.m., Dormitory Prayer enough old fashioned Christianity. Media. Too much discontent that vents 7.30 p. m., Lyceum. Dr. Lincoln itfelf in mere complaining nnd too little real effort to remedy conditions. By Msiiry 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer MeetToo much class consciousness and ing. To a Girl He Left Behind. too littlo common democracy and love of humanity. Ex. Dear Olrl of My Dreams, I am comlnQ, ENTERTAIN FOR MISS HAFER The Spectator might have- gono I B.iek from to you; Thursday evening nt six o'clock, n little further nnd said that there And I wonderwar am coming be waitwhat fata will Mr. and Mrs. Taylor entertained a wero too few Liberty Bonds, War ing for me, number of friends at n dinner party Saving Stamps or Treasury Savings And will you be glad I came through; Ha-fgiven In honor of Miss Lorona It's so strange. They have called me Certificates in possession of tho India brave man, who Is leaving Dorea to enter viduals of our country. And they gave me a medal or two; Johns Hopkins in March. In the fight I feared nothing and yet After dinner. Miss Hafor's co- COLORED CLUB WOMEN I'm afraid workers and friends in tho AdminWORK FOR CHILDREN brown-eye- d Of a small person like istration Offices called informally Ml. Meigs, Ala. In Alabama, as In youl and presented her with a gift as Virginia, the stnto has taken over De you know that I love youT I wonder. the expression of their apprecia- work for neglected colored children Oh, what ages and ages It stems tion for her sorvlco to Boroa, both begun by colorpd club women. Since I left youl Perhaps It's absurb, but I hope as a student and as Registrar. Tho These women raised $5,000 fifteen That I've been the Man of Your gift was presented by Mr. Osborno years ngo, bought a small farm here, Dreams. and nccompanlcd by a very good and opened a school for forty little "Fatherly" speech. boys. It was so successful that tho To His Fairy. Tho following wero present: Mr. slain took it over ns a reformatory. T. J. Osborno, Mr. and Mrs. Noblo, Tho colored women still assist in Its If I Just dared to say It, Misses Mary Welsh, Katherinu support nnd compose an advisory You sure can bet I would Howcrsox, Ellon Raymond; Sadlo hoard, one memhor of which alts Right up and tell you what I feel-- Gee, but I wish I could I Burgess, F. B. Fcssenden, Mr. and with Iho state board at Its monthly Oh, klddo, you're so classy, G. H. Wcrtonborger, Mrs. Mrs. F. meotings. Tho school now cares for With those big eyes of blue, O. Clark, Dr. and Mrs. N. Mc300 boys. During this season thoy mile-T- here got n. Raymond, Prof, havo raised 4,000 bushels of corn You've surethe other beat a you. Allister, Dr. ain't none like nnd Mrs. C N. Shult, and Messrs. and provisions for tho winter. Harry Waller, and Fleming Grif- Tho club women nro now enter- nth. prising similar Institutions for girls of their race. Thoy havo bought ground, and aro putting up tho first cottage, which Is planned for twentyvo inmates. -11 ' J' '".'; MRTOMW1 ern delegation ; but they were suddenly abandoned, nnd Mr, Lincoln was brought forward In their stead. The local pressure was so great that he carried the nomination over Mr. Seward, nnd was elected president In 1800. THE NEW United States Disc Separator "With others, 60 turns won't do What the U. S. does in forty-two. North-Glanc- 30 The result of the election wns tremendous. Nearly all the southern states seceded from the Union before tho new president wns Inaugurated. Then camo tho attack on Fort Sumter nnd the terrible Civil wnr, which for four long years devnstnted the southern states of tho Onion. Lincoln's tact and service during these four years are too well known to be recounted. At the expiration of his term of office he was to the presidency, and lived to see tho ultlmnte success of the federal arms, and the surrender of Itlchmond 'and the nrmy of OenernJ Robert E. Lee. While on n visit to the Ford theater, Washington, April 14, 1805, Abraham Lincoln was shot through the bend by an nctor named John Wilkes Ilooth; he pnssed nway on the following morning. Lincoln Eccentric About Beard. In the mntter of beards, ns In everything else, Abrahnm Lincoln retained an open mind. Ho wns not above liking change for his own sake, monotony wenrylng him. In 18T3 Lincoln wore n benrd. In 1837 nnd 185S he was beardless. During the debate with Douglas he was growing a beard. The day after his first nomlnntton the beard wns gone. Portraits of 1801, 1803, and 1804 show tlu full beard, but before 1S04 was ended the Lincoln face was smooth ngnln. The Inst portrait, made on April 0, 180.". shows the fair beginning of a benrd. This means that tho New United States Separator is easier to operate than other separators. Slow speed means less power is required, therefore less tiresome for the operator. There arc many important features not found in other separators, the most important being the new perfected, bowl with interchangeable, simple but durable discs and unsurpassed self-adjust- skimming qualities. A free demonstration will convince you thatithe new United States Disc Separator is the best separator on the market today. Come and see n"8' 30 15 R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky 2119 30 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. 30 00 50 30 VALENTINE VERSES. No chance - or, for me I know It, I'm such a roughneck guy-- But If I thought you'd took at me, Oh, Boyl I'd make the try. Believe me, you're some fairy, You're better'n I deserve; I'd send a Valentine but gee, I Just ain't got the nervel A A Valentine STEPHENS & MUNCY Phone Day 113 Night 133 BEREA, KY. i arai ftaar U &. N. Depot Substitute. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. Private Rooms. Baths, Electric Service. Sun-Farlo- I've tried to find That's nice enough for you; But there Is none so here's my heart; I hope that It will do. Surgery, Cart) in ' Child-birt- GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE In need, To, His Mother. Today an old sweetheart ef mine la my most precious Valentine; My best and oldest sweetheart yeu Are, mother dear. So loyal, true And tender always. And your love I cherish over and above Earth's fairest clfts. You've made of me Al that I am and hope to be, Mother mine, My Valentine. Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend and in reach of all the people. Roh'krt H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Harlan Dudliy, M.D., Physician ;. Margaret S. Grant, M. D., Physician Miss Mary Lonoacre, R.N., Superintendent Mias Nellie Miller, R.N., Head Nurse a a CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March I, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. Tbe rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. Ht Order of Prudential Committee. Uerea College I New f Webster's International by bud-net- s 400,000 Vocabulary Tfrmt. CTOOPatas. 6000 llluatratlona. Oilorctl 30,000 Ueotfrunhlcal .Subjects. 11,000 women the world over. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provides the means to success. It is an teacher, a universal question answerer. If you seek efficiency and advancement why not make dally use of this vust fund of Information? men, engineers, bankers, judges, architects, physicians, farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen, by Muccesiful men and DICTIONARIES are in use lUt. n lJlotfraplilcul Kiilrlca. Rtfulir and InJia-Pap- Editions. WrltcforipM-linr- Ho, Frca, a rt of I'ocktt Map it ou illuttraiiuni. pagct, nana tills paper C4C MERRIAM I I kLa CO. I saw 5prl)l.!J, Hiu. - tion; henco tho urgent and tromen. nt her homo. Neither threatening weather nor dons necessity of making all llasto epidemic bugaboos succeeded in de- to render that civilization Chriscreasing nltondanco or enthusiasm. tian. A country with an Idealism Miss Boworsox gave, a very ap eo high that she burns up $20,000- pcaling talk, full of Information and 000 worth of whisky is worth our inspiration, concerning "Tho Poaco most gigantio unristian cirorts. Japan has made remarkablo Program of tho Young Women's Association." It is world-- 1 ress commercially, but at frightful I wide.' Tho requests for secreta- - cost. Sho Is burning up Iho lives tries nro coming from all over tho of Iho 500,000 women who aro In her world In Increasing numbors and industries. Sho must bo shown nro Importunate. Tho Association that sho needs a Christian demoora-ha- s spnt a commission of thirty Jcy In placo of autocracy, In Turkoy thousands of Armcnl-Coliewomen, tho president or WollcsIoy being ono of tho number, to nn women, roleased sinco tho war study conditions In tho OricnL Tho from harems, await the, tendor caro knowledge thus gained will dolor-- 1 nnd sympathy of Christian young mine tho typo of training. whloh our women from our Y. W. 0. A. secretaries need to prepare them for Twonty secretaries havo boen driven out of Russia, and outside work there. Tho Npw China Is making a placo its confines aro studying tho whllo awaiting tho opportuA. has for woman. Tho Y. W. spcrelaiies nt work nity to return. Others aro mothernow forty-fothere, hut her two hundred million ing 7,000 Russian children, put into women stretching out appealing tholr charge by tho Hod Cross at hands to us for help make us know Vladivostok. Still others are work prog-jChrlsli- an ge lan-gua- go that many moro should bo sent ing among Russian refugees In SweWOMAN'S CLDB 4 the Club was most Many statesmen bcllovo that China den. February The Association has In training in hospitably entertained by Mrs. Em-be- rg will bo tho noxt contcr of civilizaTHE On a ur this country Polish and Serbian girls who will return for work among thoir people. In India, whero womon ore moro degraded than anywhere elso In tho Orient, ono out of every slztoen be ing prostitutes, tho need is over- second "Old Folks Concort" was giv whelming. Thoy ask for forty-tw- o en by Mrs. Vaughn, lo whose unre secretaries. mitting labor much of the success In South America there nro threo of both concerts was, duo. republics larger than tho United States. Tho students In their colWORLD NEWS leges aro so largely Roman Catholic rage (Cootlnutd coming to tar. Morocco istresa most Oaa) and infldol that tho call indepen- tho us from them is a loud ono. From all over tho world come urFor CROUP, COLDS, gent calls for secretaries. INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Tho Association spent nearly a UmU'i iboaU ktcp a Bfu' Vifoawu&aa Mr coaralau. Wtn Creep, liiaraaa or million dollars last year In educaIhicatcu taU dtUjbtfftl ialf nUl well ta U ttiraM. cbd aa4 uJc( lit ana anil ttlWw tttf tional work. With Its varied activities in this country wo aro more tbeklat, Uuk coo! oda ia4 (room IMtfal ilecs, familiar Blblo study, education In health, social morality and other ALVE subjects, town and country work, vaxitti Sinn inrcutnes industrial welfare aotivitios, emSta. ffeaai VOli at il taan Hat imaU It BPrug Co. NrVVHhaaboro, N. C ployment bureaus, boarding homes, etc, The whito slave trafllo Is an Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. rua-msal- enemy which thoy are fighting both dent and resourceful of tho group by direct action and indirectly by of liarbary states and has been the safeguarding our girls when they best governed. go as strangers to tho oity and by Switzerland has decided to follow furnishing in towns and rural dis tricts community centers where a tho examplo of Holland and refuse girl, hungry for .wholesome com to give up any foroignors who may pauionship, fun, and information, bo on her soil as rofugecs. Many of may receive them at tho hands of tho men whom tho Allies are seeking to bring to justice havo gono to kindly Y. W. C. A. secretaries. Mrs. Dix and Mrs. Osborne gave tlml country and aro securing us interesting papers concerning homos. Among tho number (s tho Peace Program of tho Young Prince Huprccht of Bavaria, the .Men's Christian Association, and the leader who vied with tho crown prince In the military events of the Salvation Army. war. A very satisfactory report con cerning tho llnanoial result of our THE BEST NOVEL OF THE YEAR "ERSKIlNE DALE, PIONEER" by JOHN FOX, JR. ia now running in SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE also ROOSEVELTS LABOR LETTERS Pago Six THE CITIZEN February 12, 1020 BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS GOOD PREPARATION FOR LIFE Open to Young People of The Mountains I. COLLEGIATE COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America, Any ambitious boy or girl In tho mountains can go through Bcrea or any of tho Allied Departments, for $150 a yoar. As each student is required to do somo work, the above amount is reduced by tho amount of work performed, a student with energy and reliability can greatly reduco the cash payment by work, hut no student may oxpect to work out his cntlro expenses. PAYMENT MU8T BE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. College, A COURSE FOR EVERYBODY Tho crown of tho whole- Institution, nnd provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. II. NORMAlATho school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with Slato Normals, and graduates arc given State certificates, courses. Six-ye- ar and course beyond tho common branches for degrco of II. Pcd. III. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory courso of four years Is the straight road to College. The English courso of two years is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. IV. VOCATIONAL Professional coursos combined with literary subBricklaying. jects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Dlacksmithlng, Painting nnd Commerce For Young Women: Homo Science, Sowing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, aad Myo- EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fco Room .... IOH HOTS ONUIIJ ?600 5.50 10.50 M.00 Board, Six Weeks' Amount duo March 24, 1020 Board, flvowocks, duo May' 1, 1020. 550 15.00 $28.00 13.75 ' J20.50 1250 graphy. SCHOOL Gcnornl education in tho common branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who havo been deprived of tho advantages of early education. VI. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Orchestra. A flno opportunity tu become a good muslolan at a very low cost. V. FOUNDATION . . I i f f which is tue iimc 10 maKc preparation ior wie ounimcr T icrin ...1.1.1. uegms junc show- ing that tlicy arc above nitccn years oi age, in goou ncaiin, ana oi goou character, Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the before coming to Bcrea Tolal for Term $41.75 $39.00 For Vodatlonal and Foundation students subtract $l from above incidental fco. For Collcgo students add II. Every student must send FOUR DOLLARS DEPOSIT In advance, otherwise room will not bo reserved. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship are from 50 cents to $1 a week extra. Music Is also from 50 cents to $1 a woek Si fill lw in if j mi extra. 1.a iow 1 1 1 . u, or iiui i nc use r .,..6,. C...,..l. vu.. hsiir cftliArtImuhi; ItA., n nl jtciumi m luumiutu, mm wicrc umh College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bcrea, Kentucky. , iS. Applicants must hring or send a testimonial rillipr rrfvitlfitfrttia -- l.:Ml. . t a re o- " mni jwu miuuiii Know BUOllt MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. kobert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special COUNTESS WHO RAISES PRIZE GOATS HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science is hung so that tho oponlng is wlln (Article III.) the wind. Tako"down from tho line, Laundry work is, renovation, fold In even folds without crushing, much consideration; but as and much will bo saved In tho Iron, laundering is renovation and re- ing. newal, n fow brief directions will Sprinkling should bo dono evenly bo given. nnd thoroughly, but not too" heavPort tho clothes into piles of ily. A good rulo Is that thin and white nnd color, nnd separata theso thick goods requlro tho most caro, piles of fabrics into wool, silk, cot- llkn lace and tucks. Roll lightly so ton nnd linen. Mend wherover pos- that tho molsturo penetrates, and sible beforo washing. "A stitch In Place tho rolls close together In the timo saves ,nlne." basket. -- Clothes should bo moisRemove stains from while clothes tened nt least ono half hour beforo if thoje stains arc of such a naluro tho Ironing is to bo dono; and when as to need special attention. Many tho weather Is not loo warm over ordinary stains como out in tho pro. nielli ll lintlor. Inn Inni. n k9 cp.'s of washing. Ur moislrnlng for Ironing may ro-Soaking clothes In cold water, suit In mildew. helps to clean them, becauso it, Iron with "lean, hot Irons, and and dissolves so much of s Iron as largo a spaco as possl-soi- l. and II cortalnly makes washing bio al ono lime. Always Iron each easier. On account of tho poaslbloj section dry as it Is Ironed, for this slnlns uso cold water, not hoL Soak prevent tho rough-dr- y appearance only cottons nnd linens. 'which follows if tho clothes aro not Wash In warm water and soap sprinkled enough, or aro nol Ironed suds. There has been enough soap dry as they aro Ironed. Iron th used when the suds holds nntUdoes garment by first Ironing thoso parts not settle on the water as a scum. that when finished may hang off the Boll only white linen and cottons; board out or tho way whllo the reel t t i suouin one wisn to rronomuo, on is noing ironed. Iron lanlo linen tlm. fuel or work, scald tho clothes half dry on tho wrong side, and on-covprlng with hot water, nol tlrely dry .on tho rlghL Iron tn boil. Roiling helps to broidery on tho wrong sido on a clean very soiled clothing. Rub tho pad heavy enough to allow tho boforo pultlnc on to boll.' broidery to sink well Into the pad. Thero must bo good suds. Doll five Silks should bo pressed on tho mlnufps nfter boiling point Is wrong side, and heavy silks are bost reached, then rinse In hot water, pressed with n cheesecloth under . 1 .11 ixiinnj; wiien none snnuiu ioiiow mo iron; tnis ;s especially truo for the washing nnd two hot rinses heavy scams or folds. Too hot an should follow that. Do not boll , Iron will nol only glazo but crack dirty clothes, and do not boll wlh the silk. Silk ocn finishes bolter naphtha soap. if the cheesecloth or tho silk itself Rinse in two hot waters so as to. is slightly damp when Ironed. flood off all greasy, dirty soap sud. which would form a sticky soum lfi cooled. Rinse in cold water, bo - G00D TOP DRESS FOR WHEAT cause tho cold water opons the fab- rlc and rhllls tho clothes, preparing Application of as Little at Two Tone Manure Per Aero May increaM them for the blue. Yield Ten. Bushels. d, nitin In clean bluo water.. If solid blues nro used, tlo It pays a, big profit to top dress the Ihem in sypral thicknesses of wheat with manure. An application flan-n- pl cheesecloth r a hpavy piece of of as little as two tons per aero may or muslin. Use about one Increase the yield ten bushels; at least of liquid blue to a tub. It has done this much ode year with and about one-thiof a balj td a another In Indiana tests. Kour toils make only about two bushels more. tub. diThe manure benefits the Starching Is a process which, rectly through the plantfood wheat It which when used, follows the bluing. When contains, and Indirectly through the tho garment Is lo be starched, tiso winter protection, which often Is of tho following proportions: greater vslue. Where manure Is used t lo 3 tablespoonfuls of starch as a top dressing 'the stand of clover Is generally better. There Is an or4 leaspoonful parafln ganic benefit from the manure which ll 1 teaspoonful borax considerable and Is not so easily ex1 nuarl hot water. plained. Where as much or more plant-foo- d Mix all dry Ingredlonts, moisten Is applied In the form of comwith cold water, and then add boil- mercial fertilizers the resulting yleM ing water, stirring woll. Cook un- has not been as large. til panto Is clear, about ton minutes, stirring to provcnl burning. ASSETS IN MILK PRODUCTION ITso starch only nfter being well cooked and strained. Uso hoi starch Large Flow ofDlood, Indicates Digestive Organs and Heart Are Funcfor all things excepts colors. Starch tioning Properly. with garments wrong sido out. wring out all the starch that can It Is n well estnblUhed fact that bo wrung out, and nib In the remilk ts produced from the elements A godil worker never mainder. cnrrled to the udder by the blond. It leaves a glaze of starch on tho gar- seems reiiHoiinblo, therefore. Hint the ment, but works It well Into tho quantity of milk produced depends fabric. Avoid using a starch that largely on the amount of blood which circulates through the udder. It Is Is too thick and pasty. Dry by hanging with tho wind, also self evident that n largo flow of by pinning straight, and by hanging blood Indicates that tho digestive organs are functioning properly, and enough of the garment over the that tho heart Is strong. Doth of Una to provont tho' corners from thexo are very liuixirtant (insets In (earing. A double garment like a milk, production, and In transmitting petticoat Is loss likely to tear if It vigor to the offspring of (he row. I . Investigator LAUNDERING MAKE YOUR CORN WORTH MORE tankage to uso in rations for hogs ' FEED TANKAGE WITH CORN of different weights. ' Hogs weighing lbs. should TO HOGS ' .am 1. i nn .i..tt.J b'ui iuu ma. cum siiuiiuu, ur iw uuitj Thn nhnva ndvinn la Kntntf n(TiAri nnrl In'lha. nf Innknpn. TInm ronlirh- lbs. should get 100 lbs. to Eastern Kentucky farmers and, ing" 100-1In fact, being urged upon them by corn shelled, or 200 ears and 9 lbs. tankage. Bogs wolghlng 175-2means of a tankage campaign coa-j- of 30-1- 00 1 75 00 K ,2. i by county agricultural , lbs. should get 100 lbs. corn shelled, ducted agents and the Collego of Agricul ' ui AAA mmm nml T Ik. v Innlp. in luio, aiiu f tua. n cuiiAaQo In tho, above, one car of corn Is lure. No opportunity Is being overlooked by any of these agencies to estimated to shell out one-ha- lf bring to the attention of the moun- pound of grain or two ears ono. tain farmers tho great value and pound. For practical purposes, this imporlanco of tankago in feed mlx- - may bo considered as correct When corn is fed on the car to. lures for hogs. No onp can deny that tho swine hogs, tho proper amount of tankage 1 Industry 'n Eastern Kentucky needs siiouia bo red m a slop or mtxca improvement along many lines. with tho kitchen waste. Better feeding, better hogs, bettor About k of tho live weight of a moro sys hog in grain feed por day Is conCountess Iluthurst of Cirencester park. Englund, nn ardent lover of tematic breeding, moro careful sanl sidered a full feed. That is, a 50 etc., aro all needed. pound pig should gel about 2 pounls nnlmnl.s, and her estate contains many prlzo winners, especially gouts and lary measures, dogs. She Is here seen with one of her favorites, which tins captured several One of tho most urgent require of the corn and tankage combina 6howg- Prlxe3 at ments, however, Is better feeding. tion per day, a 100 pound shote' about 4 pounds, etc. Under the present system, corn, kitchen waste, mast and grass are Whon hogs aro fed as outlined COW TESTIfJS 13 PROFITABLE Hut here l the" renl story': The Income oer the cost of feed advanced the feeds commonly depended upon above maximum results from the In to grow and fatten hogs. It Is evi- uso of the corn on hand will bo made Ccnciete Examples Given to Show from $.4.22 to $S0.GS. nn extra $35cow the dairymen's pockets for ench possible. In other words, faster and That Practice is Worthy of Dairy- dent that there is a deficiency of' that they owned. mail's Attention. growth-producimaterial or pro- more economical gains will be made tein, in these foods. In other Uian by the' common mothod of fl'repjrnl by tti United 8tntr MILK ALMOST PERFECT FOOD words, hog3 do not make sufficient feeding, which means moro profit of AKiliullurt.) There lire ninny reiiwrm why cov War Taught Us to Save Cows and All development of bono and muscle on to the feeder. thould be entered In n cow testing Promising Young Stock for Futhe feeds just mentioned. The reThefe reiimnx lire cood rea ture Raiting. sult is stunted and unprofitable ' HIVES IN WINTER sim. Hut the nul story the ntury in hogs. Pork produced on many INSULATE I uhlch nil are lntrrileil tnld mi the. The war taught us innny new Eastern Kentucky farms actually ' In other things. One of these Is to save our Ample Protection Should Be Supplied tmliince fide of the ledser. costs moro than it would to buy it wonln, "does It pur?" anil here are cows and all promising young stock to Keep Out Cold Winds-Le- ave from a retail dealer. wiiio concrete examples furnished by for future raising. No food that ts Entrance Open. ."he I'nlted Suites dulry dlvWlon from grown nn the furtn tins as much value During the winter months, of u Testing the South us milk. Mutter, cheese and tec cream Protect hives from prevailing cold socliitlon. Chittenden Tow cow course, the mountain farmer has lentliis: are. among our most wholesome, most Vermont. twhcre moro corn on hand than at any winds, and Insulate hives to retain the did pay. tooth&omo nnd necessary foods. Hreed grove bees. other timo of tho year, TinB -- nn-' i nea' generated by the hill, A nearby In one lienl the overage production up and produce more. Sell less. Not . , or of trees, sumo a very arge .par .of this oorn., of mllfe per cow wiii mixed from 4.4S7 a drop of milk need go u.tray. What gerveJas , wlni)l)reBk to cam- -, packInB uguaUy done should cotnplete-paig- n poUHdn In the year 1U17-1u is wicnaea in mis tanitage the rurally does not use the hogs will, nnd nl the siiniij or the chickens, or the calvei, and to encourage In every possible y gUrround the hive, Includlntc the IHiuniN In T01S-1every ono of these will be profited by way tho proper feeding of tankage bottom, but the bees' entrance should tht; usuof milk. It Is nn almost perremain open, thouih reduced In size. with this corii. fect food. Tho Kentucky Agricultural Ex- - Cork chips, sawdust, fine shavings. pcrimonl Station recommends the dry leaves, chaff, and similar material AS POSSIBLE SKIM QUICKLY following proportions of corn and should be used and packed tightly Id a box built about the hive, allowing; from six to eight Inches space for the Cream Testing From 35 to 45 Per Insulation. Cent Butterfat Keeps Best More CINCINNATI MARKETS. J J liousing.-bettcrpaslurcs, "S""'d ... ng hv cm-walt- em-elnl- lf ..a. a... ' 0 f w'ell-stlrro- Hay and Grain. I Corn No. 2 white $1.50(91.58, No. yellowJ1.531.55, No. 3 yellow $1.51 01.53. No. 2 mixed 51.5201.54. No. 3 mixed $1J01.52. white ear $1.53' 1.55, yellow ear $1.53Q1.55. Bound Hay Timothy per ton $32.50 , Wuuh. ciover inixeu I clover $34038.75. Oats No. 2 white 00001c. No. 8 whlto SOSSOHc, No. 2 mixed 8000c, No. 3 mixed 63089c. Butter, Egg and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 05c, firsts COc, seconds 59c, fancy dairy 58c. Skim Milk Secured. i QUARTERS FOR YOUNG STOCK Preferable to Have Calves Separate From Main Part of Cow Barn-Mo- thers Not Disturbed. Some dalryinen fall to consider hous- lng the young stock when they build their barns. It Is preferable to have the young stock separated from the main part of the cow barn because of odors and because calves near their mothers will cause the cows to become restless. The quarters for the calves should be connected with the dairy barn, and a location on the south or Mat aide of the bam Is desirable. Skim the milk ns soon after milking rtos.slble, nnd cool the crenm at once. Skim a cream testing from 35 to 45 per cent butterfat. Cream of this richness keeps best, and at the same time Is not so sticky that It cannot be properly stirred nod accurately ny skimming a rich cream, tested, more skim milk Is left at home for feed, and there Is nlso sumllcr bulk on which to pny express charges. rd as Get rid of the unprofitable cows. Chickens or a pen of shoats make the best market for skim milk. Eggs Extra firsts COc, firsts 57c, ordinary firsts 55c. Live Poultry Fowls, 5 lbs and over 80c, under 4 lbs 32c, roosters 21c, ducks, white, 4 Dm and over, 35c, Thoroughly cleanse and sterilize the young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 45c. cooler, cans, pnlls, strainers and other Live Stock. milk utensils, Cattle Steers, good to choice $11.50 n 013, fair to good $0.50011.50, The cow born Is a dirty place In the to fair IU0O.5O; heifers, good to Mnter months unless the proper methchoice $10012, fair to good $8010, ods of handling aro exercUcd. common to fair $U08; cows, good to choice $0010, fair to good $7.5000, association la apt to The cn tin era $505.50; stock steers $0,500 start many a boarder cow on a sight31.50, stock heifers $0.5000. seeing excursion with the return ticket Calves Oood to choice $10010.50, Xulr to good $13010, common and lost. large $0012. Hogs Selected heavy shippers Good, clean corn stover ts oxcellent $14.50015, good to choice packers and roughage feed. Silage for part of butchers $15, medium $15, common to 'la especially tbe good and should be fed choice heavy fut "fcows $0013, light shippers $15, - pig (110 lbs and Uu) at the rate of three pounda of iUf per. 100 pound live weight $100 lata coin-mocow-testin- g Weighing tho Milk. o time the Income over cost of feed Increased from $44.05 to $80.47 per cow. The conformation of n dairy animal Another herd mado an equally good Is as Important as the proper conrecord. Tho production of 4.500 struction of a building. o pounds of milk In tbe year 1017-1waa while raised to 5,420 pounds In 1018-1If milk1 cooled by the atd of a the Income over cost of feed Jumped surface cooler the cans of milk should from $23.00 to $07.20. be placed in tbe cooling tank lrame-latelTheso were no) the only herds to make good records ns Is shown by the fact that tho total yearly average cow test associations production of all the cows In the asare needed tn several localities to help sociation Increased from 4,100 pounds weed out the moat unprofitable cowa to 5,215 pounds lu 1018-1In, 1017-1and to point out tbe beat one. ii ud butterfut production Increuyed from 10O2 pounds tn 202.5 mjindx. 8 8 The good dairy farmer not only studies how to feed his cow but how to feed his farm. o " ' MRV February 12, 1020 THE CITIZIN WTE1NATI0NAC Pje Save Sturdy and Sensible School Dress IHMOVED UKirOBM ' world Is powerful enough to compel people lo work. This Is particularly true of the people todny. To think of using force Is foolish, suicidal. We have had enough of force during the last four years snd the farther we ; get away from r ni:v p u. i itzwatkh, t. u., Shall Chaos or Reconstruction another Into the Idea of beating one submission the better off Teaiher of ttngliali lltbls In Hi Moody we all shall bp. The present unrest Is niMf Inatltul of In Europe Follow the Great By REV. L. W. GOSNELL ICcpytUhl, mt. W..t,tn positively dangerous. It Isn't like any UnlaM AuUUnt Dtan, Mofdr Bibla World Wart Imti'ot, Chicago unrest we have ever hnd before. It Is ' the restlessness of huinnn beings who LESSON' FOR FEBRUARY 22 nave ncen face to fnre with death. We la a faithful snylnK and CHANGE OF SOME SORT SURE TKXT This ncCII a lot Of raininess mill rntnmnn PCTnr.'s DELIVERANCE FROM worthy ot all acceptation, that Chrlat sense. Ily kindly conference we must PRISON. tin cam Into the world to aav sinners. i I Tim., l it. uniiersintiil enrh other, and by I.KSEO.V TRXT-Ac- te Returning Soldier Feels He Has at Just compromise help ench other. Of TIip "snylng" which Pnul quotes Is one thing I nm sum nmi ii.nt u ir n 0(,1.1KN TKXT- - The ante', of the I.ord Lead Earned a Dttter Chance rncainwth round hIhhh them that fear riinbfiil. 'rellnlilo and worthy of nil effort Is mnde to use blind, brute force Than He Has Hitherto Betn him. ami dtlTvtrtth llum -uft. on the working people of the world, nrceptntlon, that Granted. Klnse AuiHTIOffAI. MATKItlAI,-- ll Is, acceptation by the present unrest will l.p set In mn. 111?: Iain 71.11 Ada t.Il, X, lleb. 114; Jaini-Hon, a whirlwind will break upon the nit men. Awnk PJUMAIIV Article III. TOPIC -- How an AnuM worm. ened sinners need Jlelprd The plnln. open rond bnck to happithin nssurnncc. JUNIOIl TOl'IC-IV- ler Delivered Prom for to them It ness Is Prison. By FRANK COMERFORD. If we stop for a seems too good to INTIJriMKIHATK AND RKNIOIl TOPIC Europe wears an anxious look. One moment nnd realize what we have been How Prayer lla'ps, through, and the chances that hnve bo true that thought l arousing her from the YOUNfl f'KOPl.K AND ADULT TOPIC Christ Jesus cntiie stupor of her misery. She opens her come upon us while we were going Tlilnga Wrought lay Prayer. Into thu world to eyes In wide nmnzetnent whn she no- through It. we will find getting tosnve al ti nor s. tices nnd notes the striking change gether easy. Unrest blocks the rond. I. Peter's Imprlionment (vv. John Iltinynn, for that has come over her children. It Is It fetter the will tn work. V must I. By, whom (v. 1). Hip example, tells puzzling her, although she well knows face the truth, nnd the sooner we do. grntulMin of I ho wicked Herod who how he thought what they have gone through, how pa tne better. The world .Is broke. The slew (lie Innocent children lit Ilvtlile he wns not onu of tlently nnd iincomplnlnlngly ?hey suf wnr hns hankrunteil Knrono. nrfe hem. tho elect or Hint fered. It Isn't strange to her that they thing, and one thing only, will bring us 'J. 'Hip reason (v. .1). It wns to gain bis day of grace have changed, when the remembers mien to sane, nonnnl living. It Is work Hip favor of thp Jews. Herod wns not wns past, so that the peace of the years before the war, Sympathy and utidcrstnniiini? win tin n Jew. mid thrrpforp k'new Hint his he could not bo the quiet, sane lives they lived, and the more to secure pence, stlmulnte work success win dependent upon having How delighted ho wns to four years In which they lived In wet. man iieiinncp. challenge and thrents. Hip pood VIII of Hip .lews, lie did not come upon the A particularly half Hip Church, hut loved words, "compel parable containing the foul sewers called trenches, slept In live normal world Is one In which men and work together In nenre vvlmrn them to como In" and tombs on the edge of a strip of hpll popularity. Herod, for Hip sake of jet there Is rooml" cnllpd No Man's Ijind, breathed the all men hnve n chance to be hnppy. popularity, hkxiiiiioiI n drop sympathy Kvery plirnmi In this "saylug" de smell of burning flesh, saw their pals This means nn Interest In work, a Joy for degenerate Judaism. Since thu serves in working living to work, rather our consideration. "go west," burled their dead. 'grinned Chiirrh liud developed Into u succcss-fu- l at pain, laughed nt death. Nerves of ban work I DC to live. Men must lima The Names of Christ. rhnl of Judaism Indeed was alfood, clean food, nnd ready displacing It he saw nn opir-tunlt"Christ Jesus." "Christ" Is Greek steel could not stand what they hove enough of It tnwholesome work do tlielr to curry fnvor with thp- - Jews by for tho Hebrew "Messiah," and means gone through without being changed exhaustion. Men must htivp clothes piittlnir liU Inuid forth against It. anointed : our Ixird was anointed to be by It. only the ntinntltv and ouullir npe- TJiey have put on mufti ngnln. It Not !1. Thp method (v. 4). Peter wus nr- the Mng and Hedeeincr of his people. essnry to protect their bodies from the rested, put Into prison nnd guarded by "Jesns" Is Creek for tho Hebrew Is strnnge to them. The qulpt streets weather, but clothes that satisfy the nre dull. The demobilized soldier feels "JoMitm" nnd means Jehovah, tho Safour quaternions of soldiers. A normal Instinct for nppenrlng Im ii ginrd of four soldiers on vior: It la the human nnmo of our the letdown. The tenseness ovpr de nnu neat, necent clothes pustnln cleant. Uuty ut Hie same lime. Pour quaterIird. So that "Christ" sets him be pression sets In. P) urine the war hp Men wlilimit ili..n nro L., nions ineiint that ii special croup ivus fore us as the One promised: "Jesus' didn't hnve time to think of nnyfidng except the Job ahead of him. livery normal and moral. on duty nu ll Watch, of Hip night. It ns tho" One mnnlfi-stwl- . Sometimes All Need a Playtime. whs Hip custom for two soldier to he otic nntiip Is plnced first nnd some- minute, every .move wns llfp or d'nth In the prison, one on eiirh aide of the times the other. When "Jesus Christ" to him. Now he realizes for the first There must be a time between the time whnt he has gone through, won prisoner, hound to hi end of the day and the beginning of arms with Is useil It seems to Net before us "the chains (v. fl). The third one to watch bumbled One now glorllled," whereas ders why he Is alive. Two thoughts sleep In which men can know nnd en possess his mind : one the memory of joy outside the door and the fourth to be. "Christ Jesus" mnrks him n's "the now every their families. Tho man who bj so minute of Hip days nnd nights used up by his day's nenr Hie outside Kate. Humunly glorllled One who was once humbled." work thnt he fnlls or tne war Hie other, of whnt is asleep speaking It wns Impossible to escape. The latter expression Is appropriately at his supper table Isn't play tis,sl here whero Paul looks back to ahead of him, what Is he going to do ing rair with his wife and children, However, they made one fytal with his life I He Is at n strnnge cross and his employer Isn't playing fair they left out Cod. the lucnrnntliiri. "Came Into the world." It will be nmds. The word "Job" doesn't menn with him. All men nre boys, even nft- II. The Church of Qod In P'rayV much to him. It Isn't that he Is lazy er they have gray hair. This quality seen nt once thut this Implies (v. ft). Hp renllzp that Is probably Hut do we have atur adequate It Ishas to pinch himself to the finest nnd best The Church was lna crisis; her over and that he Is back from the In them. They need a playtime, a recrewiik most grnve. James, one of appreciation of what It" meant for war. ation time. They lose, something mid the pillar of the Church, was dead, Christ to ccme Into tke world? These Earned Right to Better Place. the world loses more when they do and Peter, the most prominent of nil, words of Prof. A. T. Kobertson are not get It It Is not enough that bodies Hetween Hip whizz of machine1 bill wan In prison. In thin desperate strait well worth pondering: "He suffered In so doing In ways lets nnd the shriek of shrapnel he are fed, minds must not be starved. they did the wise thing; they lie took L.ignt is the right of every human spent his time thinking, nnd hl Hint nro beyond our comprehension. themselves to prayer. There In nothwith eyes. Education Js llglit. The ing loo hard for find. Their was u We catch glimpses of tho yeumlng of thoughts were not nil about the war. Christ for the glory which ho had with He never got used to the war. but he human race must have light. None of noteworthy prayer: us. were Intended to live In darkness. the Father before the. Incarnation and learned to forget It. He tins brought 1. It was unto God, not unto men to more than souvenirs nnd memories Children nre entitled to a school time. the world wns, by tho be'hnrd of men. Thin In a Tcry com- even before (John Jiimp-thrope time, n top time, a sldo 17:5). There. Is a from Ids experience. He has brought mon fault today. All true prayer Is play time. A child who enters manhood fullness of knowledge between the Son home thought. Ideas and ambitions unto Cod. , or womnnhood without ever having nnd tho Father not true nnd from the trenches. Many a night, look. 2, It was united prayer. It wan Jesus often goes nlone of others, with Ing over No Man's Land, listening to known n childhood goes through life to prny made by the Church. Cod hears the the Father. How tho Son missed the the "banshee" of the war. he thought with something missing, something prnyers of Individuals, but there Is glories nnd resolveil thnt If he ever came lost. The creed of the chnnged world of peculiar power In the united prayer gine.- How heaven wo cun only Ima- hack he wanted, and would hnve. a Is that while the world doesn't owe the sin und desolation of (Sod's people. of earth jarred upon his sensitive soul better chance In this queer thing cnllpd anyone a living. It Is obligated to give IJfp. Hp fpels Hint he has paid for every human being a chnnce to make a 3. It was an Intensely earnest we do have, somo comprehension, Imt a prayer. Itvwas more than unceasing, only n little place, nnd he after all, for we have be- earned thp right has paid. He hns decent living. The new commandment prayer; It was the yearning desire of come used to to a decent plnce In Is that this chance must be given, the dullness nnd hard- the world, I found these thoughts planted In for which he fought. He the twul as It stretched Itself out to ness of our world. Perhnps It wns In helped save the world hnd hp looks to the unrest In Europe. They nre strongward flod. mercy to Jesus thut thero wns some that world to savp him from n mean ly, deeply rooted In the consciousness 4. It wus definite prayer. They spehumiliation In his Incarnation, else j lnglps machine cifically Interceded for Peter. Their hi existence. If It doesn't of the people. They are growing. Men hp has mndp up his mind to use force. and women are gardening, cultivating, prayer wa concentrated, definite and ly estate. Hp-- Is willing to work, wnnts to work. protecting these Idens. Any' effort to peclflc. "To save." This, then, wns the hut he Insists on being pnrt of his uproot or destroy these flowering Angel III. Peter Delivered by an of Christ's coming Into the work, rather than his work being all of thoughts will be resented nnd fought (vv. world. His very nnnie, Jesus. Savior, him. He sees, feels and measures by the gardeners. They are not weed Tills occurred the night before Hermakes this cleiir. Moreover, the sal- - thlnes from nn Intensely human angle. thoughts they nre the blooms of hope od's plan to make n public display of vn I Ion ho provides Is On ne ieeis nis nnmnnnees. Thp war and they belong to the poor. They will him. the oiio hand be saves from the pniphnszed the value nnd meaning of fight and die before they will see these 1. Peter sleeping (r. 0). The angel death and Judgment resulting from the tuimnn being. It was life or death hope growths trampled under foot. found Peter nidecp. The Lord keeps sin, while on tho other ho brings to us He Is alive. He wnnts a human Inter. This Is the only garden they have. The In perfect peace those whose minds nil positive blessing In f tie plnco of est In his work. blood of the dead fertilized It. The nre Htayed on him (Ua. 20:3). Again, condemnation, it covers justification, Hundtods of demobilized soldiers In living care for It. aanctllU-ntlohe gives his beloved sleep (Psnlm and glorification. (Copyright. UJ. Wettra Nswipapar Onion) different parts of Europe. In different 127:2), A Man Who Wat Lost In different languages, words. have 2. "Peter lenvlne tho prison (vv. Words. "Sinners." Wo shall not be snved said to me: "If the world ln't going The lienvenly llglit shone In thp prison. And now," concluded the super ora by him In spttu of tho fact Hint we to give us a better chance thnn It gnve The angel smote Peter on the side, us before the war. then the world tor, as he bowed to the frenzied ap tho chain fell off, Peter put ou bis are sinners but beciiuso of that fact. wasn't worth fighting for. When we plause of the common people, "if I Ho enmo not to cull the righteous. clothes, pasted by one gtinrd after anfought, they told us It was to make Hip have made any point clear to this Inthrough the Iron gate out Into Tfiero Is a familiar story of a man world safe for democracy other, and to makp telligent audience I wllli feel that 1 who came to the good Countess of the c(ty. Huntington In tho days of Wesley and life worth while. We thought this have failed of my purpose. However, 3. The effect upon Peter (v. 11). Almennt us and ours. We have learned the greatest of mortals Is prone to err, though the event was so wonderful to Whltelleld, exclaiming: "Oh, my dear that .Hfp.lsnt only a question of a Job so, .in Justice to the great Issue at countess, I am Inst, lost I" instead of Peter, and at first he thought It a showing I nnd enough' to eat. we want to be stake, I trust that anyone who underii a nn the countess replied. vision, when he came to himself ho treated like human beings, a man stands what the League of Nations I nm delighted to hear It." Oh I he'(Tnd was assured of a cried the man, "how can you mock me wnnts to feel that his woik means really Is will ask such questions as doubt Hint God hnd miraculously de- more to him than Just, wngps. Hp will enable me to obscure such parts llvenjd him from Herod's wicked thus!" "Nay," said this good woman, spends most of his time nt work, the of It as may be clear to you now,' "I do not mock you, for 'tho Son of hand. More si Silence. Man Is come to seek und to save thut rest of It Is spent with his family and IV. Unconcclou Unbelief (vv. In sleeping so be will be able to work lence.. And then some. which was lost.' " 1. The biJinvlor of Peter and the the next day. Why shouldn't he havt "Ah I Tour silence Is flattering. In Church (vv. 1217). Peler went to an Interest In the business, and why deed. If you will now dispense with As Th Day. the house of Jlary nnd knocked. Tho shouldn't the business hnve an Interest shaking my hand. I will bid you adieu, "As thy day so shall thy strength In hlm7 We knock was answered by Ithoda, who don't wnnt to bo." If only we could learn to live onu business, all we ask Is a say run the as I niujst save my energy for the was so overjoyed on bearing Peter's bo-- J In day at a time, how much hupptcr und friendly say In It. Some people It. a speech I am to deliver tomorrow voice that she forgot to open the gate think fore the former munition runners oumore elllclent wo should be. Any of us thnt to be fed Is to be and ran lnt and told them that Peter free It Isn't. How to Combat the High Cost of can carry Hie cares of Just one day. Pelng free means being whs at the gate. treated like a Living.'" Life. 2. The behavior of the soldiers (vv. Hut when to the burden of toduy we human being." 18, 10). There was. great agitation willfully add tho loads of those two I have found ninny good honest men uwful eternities yesterday and tomor among them oer Peter's disappear-micLittle Drops of Water, and women who hnve lost Interest In row llko Christian in "Pilgrim's work. They say. This' was a serious matter, It hns been stated that people are as "We don't get a fair alnce they were responsible for him. Progress" we mn with great dldlculty. share of what we makp. We fight Ignornnt of tho size of the sea a they Not being nhle to account for Peter"! The experiences of u day nro usually among ounelvrs for Jobs because we are of matters deallug'wlth astronomy. escape, Herod commanded that they tolerable. An for tho burtdlo contain- hove to or starve, nnd they pay ns tn vew are aware, tor uiiiance, nmi ing remorse for the hnppetiligs of yesbe put to death. little as they can." I am not reasoning the Pacific ocean covers 03,000,000 terday and the dread of what may be- or arguing this question. I am miles; the Atlantic iiO.000,000 tulles. 1 fall tomorrow, we should follow the a fact which Indicates the statins Be Hot Too Sure, state of tad the Indian ocean, Arctic, and He not too presumptuously sura In exnmplo of Christian, loose It from mind of millions of men and women In Antarctic 2.000.000. any business; for things of this world our shoulder ami leave It n't the Europe who did their hit for clvltlia To stow away die contents of the depetid on such u train of unseen mouth of tho sepulchre. tlon during the pnst four years. Pacific It would be neccsary to fill chances that If It were In man's hands a tank one mile loug, one mile wldo. Fair Hearing Must Be Granted. Quality of Life. to see the tables, still ho would not be Bad one mile deep, every day for 440 Culling these people bolshevlsts Not quantity, but quality of life, Is ysar. Put In figures, the Pacific holds certain to win Hie game. Herbert. what we want. SoX n well whose wa doesn't silence them nor solve the weight 0.000,000 000 000 000,000 Such tactics Irritate and ' ters shall prolong our days, hut one problem. tons. Care of Today, ( whoso waters shall ennoble and en- deepen the unreat. Their grievance The cares of todny are seldom those The Atlantic averages a depth of not must be given a fair, patient hearing. of tomorrow; and when we lie down at rich them, the Well of pence, nnd Joy, Their attitude of mind nm&t b reek quite three relies. Its waters' weigh night we may safely say to most of the well In whose depths truth dwells, onea with ir w nope to get hack to 825.OO0.O00,O0O,0OaoO0.0O0 tons, and a our troubles, "Ye have dona your tho well of which Christ spoko when nonnal living. I have heard some aay task to coutal It would have eacja worst, and we shall we you no more." he said, "Whosoever drlnketh of this that these people must be given to un 9t Its aides 430 in ll loo water shall never thirst." Cowor. SfiiMrsoiooL Lesson rilrtu Niptr PROBLEMS FACING derstand that they must work er starve. No law or government In the A STRICKEN WORLD J' 11:1-1- !. (.1-I- lr (Pi Hi-ro- sed. y mis-luk- be-In- g e Dresrlng the girl In her enrly teens for school ought to be n simple matter, enslly disposed of nnd It Is with mothers who nre gifted with good Judgment coupled with the courage of their convictions. But the young person from thirteen to seventeen or eighteen Is apt to be and' ; she Is not always willing to defer to the Judgment of older heads than hers, and here Is where difficulties confront the mothers. Schools that require n uniform moke things easy; there Is no room for comparisons where nil are dressed nllke, and dress does not distract the nttcntlon of the young people from their work. Thero Is another advantage In the uniform. It tenches the young girls that It Is not so much what they wear as how they wear It, that counts; n lesson thnt will be valuable in after yenrs when the matter of apparel becomes Important to theraT But where no uniform Is required, It falls to the lot of mothers to teach their daughters to suit clothes to occupation nnd oc casion, nnd to value neatness above everything else. Sturdy materials and fast colors are required for school clothes. They must be well made and If washablt! so much the better. The' school dress for a young girl, shown above, will GOOD chnrncter that Is guaranteed not to tnlcc the young ladles' minds off Hio Intricacies of "square root," "decimals" or any of the " 'ographlcs." "Uendln' and 'rltln' and 'rlthmctlc" occupy the school hours of the smaller girl nnd play nbsorbs the balance of her waking hours. She rejoices In middles or frocks that do not Interfere with her freedom. A dress for her school dayfe, shown Iri the picture. Is made of dark colored wool cloth, with a collar and Inset In the cuffs of lighter colored wool, or somo strong color contrast, as red with dnrk blue or dark gray. It Is made with a straight panel nt the front. The simplest sort of pattern Is applied with nnrrow brntd at the top and bottom of the panel. Two nnrrow belts of tho same material as the dress slip through cloth slides nnd are fastened with buckles at the front. one-piec- e look well In either wool or cotton goods. It has n plnld skirt nnd plain middy blouse, with plnld belt und neck binding. It Is as good a model for school wenr as one could ask; of a THINGS FOR THE FAMILY TABLE. FOOD SUGGESTIONS. I'm luit a little ditty and not the least bit witty; But. Ilaten, I've a secret up my And all the world decrying. Tour friends will all excuse themselves and leave. , Faith Ix the rite bower ov Hope. If It want for Faith, there would b no living In this world. We couldn't even eat hash with anny safety, if It want for Faith. Kalth la one ov them warriors who uvtt, kih, wiiou mnm wmppea. Josh BllllofS. If you're forever alshlng sleeve. ct - e. of baking powder and one teaspoon-fu- l of salt. Hub Into the flour one-half cupful of sweet fat and add one, f and cupfuls of milk slowlyi The dough must be soft, so It will drop from the spoon; add one cupful of raisins, and drop on a buttered sheet. Dakc twelve to fifteen minutes. Grandmother's Cookies. Crenm onv- half cupful of any good fat, add one cupful of sugar, one-hacupful of sour milk, one tenspoonful of soda and four cupfuls of flour. Sift tho flour with a of snlt. add tho soda dissolved In themllkrand mix all the Ingredients together. Knll out on a floured bread board, sprinkle with granulated sugar and bake twelve minutes In a hot oven. Cocoa Nut Bars, prenm half a cupful of butter substitute nnd two cupfuls of sugar together; add one-hacupful of milk slowly, then two eggs. Add one-hateaspoon-fu- l of soda dissolved In one" of water, then sift In one cupful of cocoa. Sift together with three cupfuls of flour, a half teaspoon-fi- ll ench of cream of tartar and salt Mix, and roll Inch In thickness, and cut In strips four Inches long nnd one Inch wide. Brush the top with egg, sprinkle with chopped nuts, and bake In a hot oven twelve minutes. Beef Stew for Luncheon. Peel and cook six onions, covering them with boiling water, and let them cook until nearly tender, then add a can of tnmnto soup, a can of peas, a teaspoon-fu- l of salt, two tablespoonfuls of chill sauce and one pound of sliced stewed beef. Parboil a p.lnt of potatoes, drain. add to the onions and soup, and let cook ten minutes; add the sliced beef, pens, and let simmer until the potatoes nre done. Then add the seasonings, and serve very hot. one-hallf lf well-beatlf tnble-spoonf- ul one-fourt- h well-beate- The following may not be new, but Raisin Pie. Mix two cupfuls of are all at least worth trying once: steamed, seeded and chopped rnlslns. Raisin Drop the Juice and Biscuit Sift torind and chopped gether three cup-fupulp of one lemof flour, six on, one cupful of level tenspoonfuls cold water, ls one-thi- rd of a cupful of sugar and one beaten egg. Fill the crust, dust with flour, dot with pits of butter, cover with lattice crust and bake. Chicken a la King. Melt two of butter. In It cook pound of fresh mushroom caps, peeled and broken In pieces, nnd half a green pepper, cut In shreds ; stir and cook until some of tho moisture Is evaporated. In nnother saucepan melt two tablespoonfuls of butter; In It cook threo tablespoonfuls of flour, halt a tenspoonful ot salt and tenspoonful of paprika; add one cupful of thin cream and one cupful of, chicken broth and stir until boiling; bent In one egg yolk, benten and mixed with a tenspoonful ot lemon Juice, anif continue beating until the egg la cooked. ,Do not nllow the mixture to boll; add' tho mushrooms and pepper and three cupfuls of chicken, breast preferably, cut In Inch square pieces. This dish may be prepnred from cold chicken but It Is best hot, freshly cooked. Breaded Tomatoes. Take one can of tomatoes, one cupful of boiling one tnblespoonfnl of salt, a of sugar and a dash of pepper with a pinch of soda. Ilrlng to the sieve. boiling point and put through Itehent and add crumbed breau until thick. A more attractive way of serv-In- g this same dish Is to heat slices of bread until hot. butter generously and rover with seasoned tomatoes. Corn Flake Griddle Cakes. Sift tolf gether one cupful of pastry flour, tenspoonful of soda, two teaspoon-ful- s of baking powder and half a of salt; add one cupful ot corn flakes. Beat one egg very light, add a cupful of thick sour milk, half a cupful of sweet milk and two tablespoonfuls of shortening. Mix and bak on a hot well greased griddle. table-spoonfone-four- th one-fourt- h wn-p- r, one-ha- "lUjsXuV. 7vwc!& Pago Eight THE CITIZEN February 12, 1020 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No correiondf nf e puhllihnl unl?M tron! In full by Ih writer. Th namt It not for publication, but An trldtnce of rood faith. Writ plainly. LINCOLN THE "MOST SCULPTURED MAN." JACKSON COUNTY BANK Report ol the condition of The Jckon County Hank, doing business at the town of McKec, County or Jackson, Slate of Kentucky, at the close of business on the jotli day of January, iojo: KKSOURCKS Loans and Discounts Overdraft, seemed and unsecured Stocks, Il'Oids anil ntlicr Secnritin .. Due Irtun (lank Cub on haniL Checks and oilier cash items . . .' Hanking llnuSo, Furniture ami Fixttirus - On this page are reproduced five of the most prominent examples. Hi Car-noll- us' Lincoln has been the subject of more heroic statues than any other American. Jackson County News JACKSON COUNTY Sand Gap 1,600.00 Sand Gap, Jan. .11. Health condl- -; T,,T' lions are very good, considering Uio $ji 6,858.98 nro Great transactions weather. I.IAIII!.miiSx taking jilaco In real eslalo business ( aptial Stock mid In, in cash , here. Wm. Gny has sold liis farm $15,000.00 Surplus Fund , S;eoo.o to Dr. J. B. Settle, and has bought a I ntlividcd Profits, loss vc!tios mid taxos paid I 1.161.88 farm at Snnd Springs, whoro ho ex. ' Di posits subject to chuck 4 $nj,4t)(i. 10 peels soon to move. Horaco DurI ,x, 50,000.00 to Elmer ham has sold his farm Bond aJj,46. 10 Clemmons, (holding possession until j 1 'Ulll I VI i ij .'. II. il urn Other I.iabilitius not included miliar any oi above bends .... joo 00 next year) .lames- - Alumbaugh has rea. has bought tho famous trotting sold bis farm to Claronco Harrison horse, "Midnight," of Wm. Daker of Tor At. $316,858.98 and bought a farm of Geo. Powell, (his place. This horso won at Bond, on Chestnut nat other changes:: Brodhead and Ml. Vernon fairs. Slate ol Kentucky, County ol Juckton, .SW. Mr. Willie Dougherty has changed We, I). , (. Collier and J. R. Hays, 1're.Milent and Cashier of the the name of Miss Dcssie Johnson to OWSLEY COUNTY ai ove named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to Mrs. Bessie Dougherty; Mr. Georgo Travelers Rest tin Dent ol our knowledge and bulicf. Felly has changed tho namo of Miss Travelers Rest, Feb. 2. John 1). G Collier, President , Sarah Brockmanlo Mrs. Sarah Fel Bolner's family arc nil down with ' J. R. Hays, Cashier ly; arid Mr. Johnson, of Panola, Ky.. tin. hut none of them are in dansrcr Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of February, 192a has changed the namo of Miss Bertha sn faiv-Fox, brother of Mrs. Recce to Mrs. Bertha Johnson. Mrs. Bolner, came in from Michigan. R. AI. Ward, Clerk Jackson County Court Dougherty is n progressive school Rev. 0. S. Walson, of Boonoville, lly John Fowler, 1). C teacher, of this place, and is tho only filled his regular appointment hero daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Saturday and- - Sunday. Harvey Sunday. Andy Homisholl is quite llrougbton teacher. Johnson. Tho three pairs have our Bcrknelt has recently moved from ill Jnttrlp Creoeh. who has been best wishes. J. R. Durham, who quit H. G. Smith's property, on Sturgeon, isiting at J. H. Creech's for Uio MADISON COUNTT hid school on account of having l0 tT, Matilda Wilson's farm, near The Criticized Cln. past few weeks, has returned to grippe, is ablo to be out again, and Travelers Rest. Aunt Pop Smith is Masterpiece of St Statue at Rochester, N. Y Bluo Lick Gaudens In Lin. Considered Masterpiece of clnnatl Lincoln. bis homo nt Evarts.-M- r. Hlue l.iek, February . J. 0. LehMrs. J. R. Durham is very poorly i planning lo move to Tom Cecil's and Mrs. coin Park, Leonard Volk, By George Calloway Hounshcll end son, Her man, our ofllcient editor of Tho with cold or grippe. Tho remains properly, next door to F. F. McCol-- of berl, visited J. B. Creech's Sunday. Citizen, favored tho pcoplo of this Mrs. Ida Collingsworth woro im.-- F. ht F. McCollum went to Mr. nnd Mrs. A.. I,. Davis visllod section with his presence, Sunday, FATE AND LINCOLN here for interment in thonlon,t Thursday nnd will return family cemetery, ,last week. Her Tuesday of Ibis week.-R- ev. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis Sunday. February H, and dollvcrcd a moat G. S. excellent discourse. On account of many lnenns wore greatly snocKed , Walson. Mrs. James Childs. Misses Nearly n century nnd n half ago n nn unavoidable delay, ho arrived bo- lo learn of her death. She with tho Grace and Relhel Cecil, Mrs. E. E. father working In tils field In n KenBryantsville wjS: . I Itl.i.l II..... .....I tucky clearing wns sliot nnil killed by rest of her family, bad gono lo Day-Io-n, MrCollum and Kenneth McCollum I iiiik hiikj nut, muai ui II. cruwu, kiiu I Brynnlsvllle, Fob. 9. Mrs j. Indians. Ills three sons were with Ohio lo work this winter, ex- - were dinner Bursts of Ellznbclh Uil",r '""1 '"jpcrsd. Hulelt and prclly litlio daughter,' him. The oldest run to the house an! peeling to return in the, spring.i Homphill, Sundav C. D. Brewer. Mary Elizabeth, aro visiting Mr. nnd W" lrUsl',u wi" como '? reaehed It unharmed. Tlie neit In nee -- Ma"y' our corrcspontlcnto "T" She leaves n husband, seven cbil-i- nr who nig Cre-- 'c and Richmond, called Mrs. Will Hurl nt Paint Llck.-M- rs.1 run Ih nnnther direction for the near "avp not Leon nblo lo visit ho print-sic- k dren, and many relatives. She was,),, P0 bis sister Mrs. E F Md". -a est settlement. The youngest, n boy vcrv: Bell McKelcbnlo who has heen n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Babo" m Wednesday ' and Thursdav, on vUualUo ho of six. wns seized by one of the atoffl? r for several weeks Is able to bV Sloan. Mrs. D. J. Durham, who has j, war to Mamay. where he was f tackers. ?'ljr ,f 11 9'ns' out again-Al- fred Swope Ml from a' When the oldest boy looked out. been poorly for some time, is slowly .i3ving nme load of tobacco last week nnd cut ilizcn ,ifo aml ork' cannot reaI,lfl truncars loaded 'or lifter barring the door, he saw hix improving. lrnr.;.i-ri.-il.nto nlir Creel.- - In ,kp h.s chin, very badly. Three stitches !ow mn.y ,,L0)1?10 nro nt work for brother In the grasp of on Indian. He "'? Pws undir tho n hauling stavrs. ha.l to he taken lo close the wound. look down the family musket, ntraed a oiijfui ioiuii, duiu uuu uu. Clover Bottom Miss Helen Williams was on tho Ihrouch nn opening nnd shot the Indian dead. Ttie boy, released, made Clover Bottom, Feb. 8. We aro Scovllle sick list last week. Thero aro sev- rtirato and perfectly adapted lo practical uso for tho uplift of your his wny to the houe. In n few hour sorry to hear of tho death of Nettiol Sroville. February I. The Holv eral cnse.s of flu In our neighborn rescuing party from the settlement Margaret Kerby. She was at Berea ' Roller meeting, which began at (he' hood, but tho school has not closed homes. Let every one subscribo for drove the rnlders nwny. yel. John N'ecly Shoarcr. of Jcssa-Imii- Tho Citizen Mrs. L. K. Flannory in school when sho took the measles Buck Creek Graded school hmi' boy was Thomas The and was taken to the College Hos- last Monday night n week ago, is1 Lincoln ac Rail Lincoln. He became County, visited In this neigh- has been quite sick for several day the fattier of The Younger Lin. with Uio grippe. Edward, tho In. pital. Death followed in two weeks. continuing mis week-- Messrs. Alex SDlltter. By An. Abraham Lincoln... Floyd Curtis borhood, Sunday. coin. By bought of Ben Coins a nlcp saddle fant non of Hobart and Fairy Thirty-twNetlio was a girl that was loved by iwoiey and Clayton Howland . left drew O'Connor yejirs later tws boys. Powell, has been sick but is boiler. chums, were strolling along Knob ovorybody. She was a erood Chpia.llast Sunday for Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. (horse; prlco $185. Tho familiar calls of tho plowThe younger, only seven years old. Rev. T. F. Hale allended church crcek Hardin county. Kentucky. tian, joinng tho Church last sum-'T- he Russel Brown aro rejoicing over the man, "Geo, Whoa. Haw I" aro heard on n rcnmore tree. Midway be arrival of a seven-poun- d .ten.,,'.tfd .,0. .8wln.s h!msplf "vcr the at Kirby Knob. Sho hart hf.nlnt Heidelbertr last SundayMr. and' girl on tho lost nis a true and faithful Christian. Sho M TS- - Charles Pclers and chi!drn Gallagher,Hold and fell In. The other rescued him. The rescuer's nnme wns Cth of this month Luther Hagar now, early and late, echoing ovor nnd but few men have been privileged to perform equal service for ..!-!- !! . 1 I I. IL . and wifo havo heen very sick with tho leas as tho farmer is intent icatca u miner, moiner. Several I I uitii hsiuiik lHIS iauier anuI the r rnnntrv with plow and team, turning the 1111. brothers and sisters, and a host of'hrothers on White Oak. Sanford The bby he rescued was Abraham Lincoln. i.uena iwonn, Kmma I Rowland, who friends. Twice death was chented that America might be saved. It was chance, nnd Lillian Pierce wcro Lancaster soil, preparatory of crops Tho has been to Indiana' Her body was laid to rest tobacco Industry, in tho Kirby Knob burying ground.) looking for n farm, relumed hom"'or mnethlng else. Most Americans prefer to believe It was something visitors Saturday. -- Miss Margaret freal ill"8i0" nrousing Interest and enthusing .Minneapolis Tribune. Tuesday. He had the misfor- -' Our loss was Heaven's gain Born. ' Crouschorn returned home from Be to Mr. nnd Mrs. Melvin Azbill. a few tune of falling on the ice and break rea College last week S. W. Hal-co- farmers with an inconlivo to thoir activities in that diIs furnishing electric lights days ago, a fine girl. Her namo is ing one bone in his arm while (here. rection. Herein is an apt illustraOpal Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Win-fre- d He will return to Indiana next Mon. havo been holding a protracted Clay City, and purchased a small . from his garage to Noah Marsce's Van Winkle, a girl. Her name day Mrs. Elizabeth Scovllle, of meeting nt Neelmorc. Miss Ruby truck farm near Carlisle, Ohio, 'store and dwelling house. These tion of tho old proverb: "Of two is Ruby Goldie Undo Steve Hoattyville, was visiting in this vi- Venable had n birthday parly last whero ho and his family will move lights aro a great benefit to our evils, chooso tho least." Whiskoy is gone but it in Ibe snrinir. C M. Arrive!!, hns re- - ' town. M. John Tlri-nn-f is very low at this writing-- Mr. cinity last Saturday and Sunday-M- iss Saturday night. Kreat rovolu to Danvers. 111., after a visit derwent an onerallon last week ntlot remains turned Maudo Mclntyro entered tho and Mrs. Bob Abrams and son, Tobaoco. over"lrw with relatives hero James I. Mlze,' a Richmond hospital, Is reported ' .on, Clinton, aro very low with the flu-- Mrs. E.K.S.N. at Richmond January 26. Conklfnjj clerk for G. W. Bush, our local some heller nt this writing Roo' ;?. "opo ,0 800 tho day, when this Mrs. Bascom Dooley has been John Witt is very low at this Conkling, Fob. 7 Born, to Mr. ,y' nauscaUnS Product will be merchant, has accepted a position Montgomery, who has been sick for' writing with tho flu Miss Lizzio very sick Tho measles aro raging and Mrs. Palmor Carroll, on Febru- with' Curtis & Stephens, general tho past monlh, died Sunday mora-11 ls ,lcaV;,1 ,m lho carlh Powell lias returned hjpma from near hero and aro hurting very bad. ary 1 1 ,0 11,0 Creatr to uso the . a daughter, named Nova. merchandise, at Winchester, and ing nt six o'clock. Ho leaves a wlfo'n" . Ray Mainous and son, of Kingston, Berea School H. N. Dean sold a Tho body of W. P. Clem, who died ha irnnn Hiern lo live Williams nnil several children nnd irrnnd. ,a" ,0r sucn an Oliering. 110 flno Jcrsoy cow to Tom Click a few havo been visiting relatives at this was brought back here and at Akron. 0., contractors, have children to mourn his loss. Funer- - tni'iuber bow Cam trespassed in his Pitzcn, road days ago Old Un,cIo Howarl Wil- place. ft myweuneay t v. wr -. or Hurrni iif. .1 , ,no coun,y whicn a, sorvIco nt Mount Hebron church offering and lako warning. for liams spent Sunday, the 8th. with u iui ',:,"u' (they claim is due them on tho Clay today at ono o'clock, H. N. Dean, and seemed to have Earnestvllle from Ham lion, 0., stating that his Walnut Meadow fil an(, LllIbegrud roa(1 ti,0 caao a good time. Earncslville, February 9. John son. iiaruin. Walnut Meadow, February 8 We not vqiRiea w ., ,, trle(, jn Fc)leral nt LEE COUNTY Dunn nnd Mrs. Ncttio Lynch wore ive-C- hester Hensloy has moved Richmond, somo time in April-ihavo been having spnro very unnfo i Beattyville Parrot married Friday evoning, B. G. Bowhis new houso just completed. Tl0 ncv. nichard T. Crowe, of Stan- settled weather, but tho farmors Mcallyvilh'. Parrot, February 8. Some of the) man officiating. Wo wish them A week's ou;lnn lin irnnn tn Minnnnln Knnsn. special term ofFebruary 9. begun here aro taking advantago of all these ik"'""u Tanners aro beginning lo prepare much success and happiness court was Mr. her mother. Mrs. Hampton Flanery. pretty days and aro gathering corn where ho has accepted tho paslor-nt- o Monday, but for another crop. We think it will and Mrs. Floyd Maroum left Sat- who is very sick. Miss Clara Brewwas postponed, owing and plowing when tho soil is not of n Christian churoh there, to the fnilure to get a special Judge. loo wet Conrad C Chrisman was bo something besido tobacco, as a urday for Pennsylvania, whero they er spent tho week-en- d with Kate as Quito a crowd was in town, Mon- at Richmond last week on business. majority of the people who raisod will mako their home Beckham nnd Roso Anderson. Bart Hacker This seems to bo a year of tides,Rod have been seven in tho day, to attend County Court and tobacco for tho market havo re- Mcintosh went to Hamilton, Ohio, and Miss Eva Taylor wero married there Cloavo Andorson has moved to the Rivcr this winter, thus far There Special ceived unreasonably low pricos. ,to work. C. T. Gabbard nnd Hubert n few days ago Mrs. Rachel Tiroy Circuit Court A good oil Anderson farm near Maydc. Logan aro a few cases of influenza in theso well was drilled on tho Lucy Nor- Gabbard has moved to tho house A double wedding nccured at A. B. (Fianery havo been swapping horses. is gelling her household goods and pnrts, but all aro recovering. man tract, about two miles north Just vacated by Cleave Anderson-MGabbard's on January 31, when his Misses FloranCo Nowman and contemplates going to Ohio soon-E- lder iss of here. It was .reported to be daughter, Bertha, was married to Bertio Brandenburg aro tho guests violet Ogg is improving from J. W. Anderson filled his reg GARRARD COUNTT about a Matthew Bcrch, and sister, Oma, to of Mrs. Sarah Bowman Miss Ha ular appointment at Flat Lick, Sat-well At present n siok spell Most of the tobaoco wo havo a few cases of Influenza in growers of this vicinity havo sold Paint Lick Larkin Cornett Ben Holt and Mar- Bowman Is slaying with Mr. and urday nnd Sunday Tom Ponder-- 1 , ,, ... tha Ellen Price, both of this place, Mrs. Jordncss at Ravenna Mrs. grass' baby diod a Tew days ago' yVfc " J " the County, and somo pneumonia, thoir crops and nre sowing beds for woro married on February 1. May Malinda Jackson has been visiting with diphtheria Taylor Slzemore ' fridge and James Uarno Ralston, but no serious cases. A few cases nnothcr year's crop. Wilgus ore reported their lives be long and prosperous. her daughter, Mrs. Mart Moore, for is able to bo out again after an at- - bolh. lhis, ,?'aco' were married in of small-po- x th Since our last writing, Undo Dan the past week Mrs. Joseph Tread-wa- y tack of flu Mrs. Jano Day is in Lexington, Wednesday, February 6. Gabbard, who finished ono Harts Mr. and Mrs. Bennett RoOpe are term of school, lias accepted Parker, a Civil War veteran, died went to Lexington to see her pbor health. Bent Mooro moved lo Harts, February 10. Mcsrs. John rejoicing over tho arrival of Joe a position in ono of our rural schools Dangberly and James Robinson, at his son, Clark's homo, lie was husband, who is very ill Harrison Buck recently, Fisher into thoir home, February 6. which has not been taught. Somo of Berea, spent Sunday with Sam cemetery W. Turner has moved on B. G. Bowburied in Pea-Ni- le Miss Fannie Dowden has accepted thrn? or more other teachers havo Robinson of B. Inman, another old soldier, died man's farm. Sidney Caudoll, tho POWELL COUNTY this place Mrs. Chas. a position in tho Peoples Bank here, j nccepted positions. liko February 5. He was eighty-tw- o Mrs. Riddle, who has been very siok, Is travelling salesman, has been sick Vaughns Mill r years old. He was taken to Laurel tho past week. Walker Young, who Vaughns Mill, February 0 .in6 ,Bnn 01 Omega Thompson, of Primroso, Is improving Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Lake County for burial. Frank and has been attending school at Berea, have, had some ideal weather lhe"l'o late Tom Slavin at an average visiting relatives hero. havo gono to Johnson City, Tenn. John Pennlqgtoo Hager Burnham, of Rockcastle is home Harvo Brewor and others past week, which tho farmers al-'- of 3,0' Pr Roy niuf Alph Gadd, Tom McQueen ways welcome at this lime of tho bought tho Bulck louring car for ESTILL COUNTY and W. B. Lake went to Wallaceton. year, and they nro making things ?W5 Morris Todd was quite 111 the Saturday, to Join others in a big fox Witt part Of last week GordOB en lownrd Ihnln nrlnc wnrlf T Witt, Feb. 0 There was preach. race. They report lots of fun nnd Leo Duncan, of Clay City and Miss! Mason got his arm naught in a ,ng nt staUon church, Sun. a good dinner. W. B. Lake, aftor Adalcnc Hazlerlgg. formerly of Clay! toMer, hAAZr Mt w?,ck ad day, for lho first time since Novom- - upending a week in Loiilsvlllo on u'c borv-- J. City, but now of Leo County, were ""w McGoorgo has gone to business, returned homo Sam Robrecently married in Cincinna- tiOwsley County for a few days. inson has bought a farm from JulMonday in Riohmond. Mrs. Bello Burghcn, of near Spout tho day Miss Emily Wynn oame home ian Coylo T. J, Lnko has been S'pring, had a largo stock barn to Wednesday night from Berea where visiting his brother, 0 M. Payne. Returns te its before-the-w.Mr. and Mrs. Win. Anderson visitburn to tho ground on Sunday, toWhite Lick sho bad boen attending sohool. She high standard of quality gether with eight head of valuable White Lick, February 0 Mrs. 'will return to school in a few days. ed homo folks, Saturday and Sustock, ono new buggy arid a lot of A. B. Wynn left last woek for a Misses Edna and Edith McQeorge ndayA. B. Strong will give everyfarming implements. No Insurance month's visit with relatives in Har-- wore shopping In Irvine Monday body in our community a social, was carried Carter Reynolds has Ian County. Logan West, of Berea Tho school at Haws Fork closed Saturday night, Feb. 14. Everybody sold bis farm, two miles south of Collego, visited his home folks over January 30th with Miss Edith como out and let's havo a good time. urn-Debit-s 11 ' Mr. Rich-brougI 1 County, wwo visiting at n. 0. Inst week. Robert, tholhroo vi'nr olil son of Lenndrew Gabbard, died Sunday morning of dropsy. Hp and the. baby of Robert Howard will bo buried in Uio Gabbard Como- lory tomorrow. Adam Prlco is suf. faring with rlioumatism and a soro hnmL Horn recently fa Mr. and Mr. Horace Horn, a girl. - Willi" Gabbard has two children who aro flick with measles. ..J.J9J1,010,70 - .. . SS;8jj.54 i5.980.OJ . 15.1170. 18 .. "f '- llV'"k'n in ' o ' at-m- 1 world-wilhout-o- 'r 1 1 1 ..v m 'k to J tOO-bar- We,". No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar "' Once Tried - 'Always Used