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LEHMAN, M.n.iUt Editor A'(OTdif Ik Ihatnfflrt at litrat Kv., n trtn4 WfMi vnttrr Art o Marrht 1X79. fublithnl (,W TSurrlnynl Utrrtt, K Z Vol. XXI Five Cents Per Copy. 'Oorotr to tlie 1'rrteresta of the jL&oujntdJLn. People HF.UF.A, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY. TKimUAHY 19, 1020. The citizen One Dollar and Our Threefold Aim: To give, tho news of Bcrca and vicinity; lo record Iho happenings of Herca Collcgo; lo bo of Interest lo all Iho Mountain People. Fifty Cent per Year. Number .11 Are You Going to Subscribe? Wcarcst'iiding complimentary copies of Tl I li CITIZEN to a good many parents of the students this term, at College expense. The College thought fathers and mothers would ike to know what was going on at the place where John or Mary was at school. This gift of the College ends with this term. We hope Tllic Cm.KN has hecome such a friend that you will wish to have its weekly visits continued. Besides the Herea news we present many other features of great value. We intend to make every single number of Tun CITIZEN actually worth the cost of a year's subscription. Will you subscribe? Historic Mount Vernon, as It Appears When Photographed From an Airplane 1 ;ulHIL dUUllLl OUT CTJTC CFPRFTBRV HIM World News J .'ri Berea Beats the Flu! We knew she would! Our students are all safer, far safer, in Berea than in their own homes. v Last year Berea made the best record in protecting the health of its students that was made by any school in America so far as heard from. . Look at our Hospital, with its great annex as big as a church house for contagious cases, you fathers and mothers who are tempted to worry. Look at Dr. Cowley's face, and remember that he lias a whole staff of doctors to help him. We have had some trouble with measles going on to pneumonia, but here, too, we have had success in most cases. , We can't abolish the flu that comes to every part of the whole world--b- ut we can beat it. It is already beaten for this year, and the few students who left through fear arc coming back. and-nurses . Cost of Living Still High! We have to pay too much for what we buy. But we get good prices for what we sell. If you stop buying and go on selling you will sure get rich! The trouble is the big money we get for our hogs and corn and calves and labor makes us crazy. Women never had so many high heeled shoes, or men so many five course dinners and fancy shirts as now. Just remember, now is the twne to put in everv day at work while high wages last, and raise all the farm stuff we can while prices are good. And meanwhile don't buy things you can possibly wait for. Prices, are, bound to come down; and your nor buying- them come down. If the profiteers could not get the high prices they would be glad to sell for less. Wear your old clothes a little longer. Eat the things you raise and don't have to buy. That auto will be some hundreds of dollars cheaper after a while. livery time of high prices is followed by some "hard times". Ask the folks who remember the Civil War. Work steadily, raise and sell all you can, and put off buying till prices drop. This is good advice. will'-Yiel- p T REASURY 0. New STATUS K. SAYS HOUSTON Secretary Reports U. S. - "Very Bright."OPTIMISTIC OVER FUTURE Floatlngtln-debtedneta Declare! Laat Rema nlng of Government Redeemed Monday Calls Attention to Loa.it to Allies. Will Be Washington, Kcli. 111. Announcing (lint tlio litHt rciuuliing tloiit.DE In dubtcdncs of llu government would be icdeemod Monday, Secretury Houston said tin- - ohUIoii of the treasury wn$ "very bright," ninl Hint government oIIIcIiiIm hv nothing In tlu present (lnunclal kltuuihui which they would regard u extremely grave Only ubout $tiO,UO0,000 or short-tercertificates requiring lo be refunded ut maturity reumln to bu redeemed. Outstanding lux certltlentes, Issued In anticipation Income mid prollls tux lustalltnuut uutos for (lie purpose of relieving lliu quarterly strain on llio banks, nmount to S'J.DSS.lMO.nuO, but In CONTENTS instance exceed Hie .'Miniated iitiiniiiit of iiixt-- .. mid accordingly no funds will lime (o be provided to meet tlieiu. Some Difficult ea Ahead, Secretary lloust lid not minimize Hie "pains ninl dllllrultles" Kill to be encouiilered In (lie proccxs of but. but declined to nforee the pessimistic views of Home public men wlm luive forecast n eniHli In the Inieruntloi'iil IIiiuiicIhI fubrlc. "People luxe Night of tbe liuiliy way In which we b:ie been usslstliu since the urmlstlee," Mr. Houston Mild. "In nddltbiii to government loans we Jiuve furnished tlieiu $700,000000 worth of surplus tinny supplies for food relief, prolmbly in private hums to foreign hunkers, and u i'oiishlern'j,o auiount of aeerueil Interest on the government loans, so that the total probably would reach Jl.ooo.nno.ooo. In addition. Europe has been welling securities here." Reconatructlon In Europe. Mr. Houston said all reports from Cm ope Indicated Unit "reconstruction was going " "Idle tliey were talking about It," clt Inn the rebuilding of French railroads and bridges us u example of what tins been accomplished. Ac to the domestic situation, he pointed nut that approximately would be spent tills yenr nnd next In road building under arrangements made whllo ho was secretary of agriculture, and that building penults, always a good Index to business conditions, Indicated Hint the country1 was rapidly making up the hhortngo of houses caused tiy the of construction during the wnr. Ho $100.-000,00$100.-IMl.uo- o ces-Mitl- sing's successor. Letters Made Public. The entire correspondence between An airplane view of Mount Vernon,, the home of George Waahlngton. the president nnd Mr. Lnnslug wns The photograph gives an excellent Idea of the home's location In the Virginia made public nt the state department. hills facing the Potomac river. The letters, because of the gnivlty of g the charge brought against Mr. by the president, constitute one of the most anmr.lng chapters In the FORMER CROWN PRINCE 6.0CO MINERS GIVEN RAISE history of any administration of the republic. OFFERS TO SURRENDER Wages of 10 Per Cent to Employees Never before In the history of the ' of Qogeblc Range In country has n president nccused a secCables President Wllaon He Is Ready Michigan. j retary of state, the leading ofllcer of to Take Punishment for the cabinet, of attempting to usurp All. Mich- - Feb. 1.1. Irpnwood. Announce presidential prerogatives. mint was made of an 'ncrense In In his letter, tendering his resigna11. Washington. Frederick wage el" approximately 10 per cent Feb. crown to Jmlnlnc employees of the Gogebic tion, Mr. Lansing said that he could William lluheuziilleru. fnrtnsr not "permit to pass unchallenged the prince of (Jerinaiiy. In h cablegram re- range. The Increase will he Imputation that In calling Into Inforceded by President Wilson, offers to to Fehrunry 1. and will affect mal conference the heads of the execusurrender. himself for trial by the about six thotisnnd miners. tive department, I sought to usurp governments In place of tlio apyour presidential authority." He exproximately IKK) Hermans whove extra- KOREANS DRIVE OUT JAPS plained that he believed the cabinet dition has, been demutided. conferences were for the best Interests l, message wus sent from Ills Purulatlon la 8ald to Have Aided of the administration nnd of the reHolliiad..nnd simitar cable; vsUfoopa.ln FlghtlnBbv.Morth- public .He. nuv..iteclared..t?,at Jlsbe-lle-f Krnnis" iire"iTniU'rst(HHi to hure been ern Territory? "wns shored by others" whom 1 sent to the kings of (Irent Hrltnln, consulted." nnd Italy the emperor of Jnpnn 10. Northern London, Feb. Korea Mr. Lansing's declaration that ho nnd the president of France. by Japanese hns been evneunted The message to President Wilson Is troops according to a wireless dis- consulted with others meaning other beforo sum us follows: patch from Mokow quoting un Omsk members of the cabinet, "To the President of the United message. The population rose to aid moning them Into conference gnve rise States of North America Mr. Wilson. Korean forces from Chinese territory. to the thought that all members of the cabinet, who participated In the meetWashington ings, might feel It Incnmbent on thera "Mr. President: The demand for m the delivery of (lermnnsnf every wnlk KOLCHAK DEATH CONFIRMED to tender their resignations to Mr. Wilson. of life tins again confronted my counWished to Be Rid of Lansing. try, sorely tried by four years of wnr of Government and one yenr of severe Internal strugThere Is a wealth of material In the and Minister Was Executed gles, with n crisis that Is without u president's tetters especially to show February 7. precedent In the history of the world that while the calling of the cabinet as affecting the life of n people. Thut London. Feb. 14. News of the exe- - meetings by Mr. Lansing Is ostensibly a government can be found In Gerrutlon of Admiral Kolchak, former tbe reason tor his banishment, It hns many which would carry out the government, merely served as n vejilcle for the lead of the surrender Is out of the ques- ins been otllclally confirmed. Ho and president's wishes In ridding the cabition: the consequences to Kurope of ne of his ministers, M. Pepellayev, net of the secretnry of state. an enforcement of the demand by viovere shot nt Irkutsk at five o'clock on The wreck of Versailles and the eflence are Incalculable, hatred and re- Jie morning of February 7. fort of Mr. Lansing to formulnte a venge would be made eternal. Mexican policy constituted the motive "As the former successor to the In dispensing REDS DROPPED BY SOCIALISTS nctuatlng the president Lnnslng, acthrone of my fatherland. I am willing with the services of Mr. at this fateful hour to stand up for cording to the general opinion here. Albany Defendants Say That Radical my compatriots. If the allied and The president says specifically that Element Is Out of Party Pungovernments want n victim "while wo were still In Paris, I felt, ished for Their Acts. let (hem take me Instead of the 00O and have felt Increasingly ever since, German who have committed no ofthat you accepted my guldttnco nnd Albnny. N. Y Feb. 13. The asfense other than that of serving their on questions with regnrd to sembly judlclnry committee, having direction country In the war. which I had to Instruct you only with denied preliminary motions to strike "WILIIKLM. out certain evidence, counsel for the. Increasing reluctance." mentioned by "Wlerllngen tslnnd. Feb. 0. 1020," While Mexico Is not five suspended socialist assemblymen charged with disloyalty havovflbtalned name, there Is no doubt but that It Is EGYPT "ROLLING IN WEALTH" adjournment until next Tuesday and the subject to which the president when he charges the secretnry began getting their evidence lined up. with having attempted to "forestall Mud Hut Dwellers Is expected Morris lllllqult or SeyMake i It Illiterate mour Stedman will make a formal his Judgment." Thousands in cotton ueala mobiles In Demand. opening next week. The defense Is preparing to get before the committee MARSHAL FOCH TO POLAND Lnn-sin- jj The resignation of SecrMnry Lnn-sIi- ik CABINET given of Hip stale Department has rise to much interest nnd llnring tlio week. Tho tielween the Secretary Robert Lansing Quits and Resig- nnd President placed blamo on tlio former for holding Cabinet meetings nation Is Accepted. and conferring on foreign nffjlrs In the forced nhsenee of (he Prrsi-ileu- l. TJip S'ccrelary disavowed any LEAVES OFFICE UNDER FIRE inlenlion or nsstiming nuUiority that ilid not belong to him,. Evidences Accused by President of Assuming of strained relations extending over some limn, however, nre apparent Prerogatives of the Chief Execufrom Ihings that nre said. tive During Wilton's Illness Polk It Acting Secretary. Tim President has brusquely g Washington, Feb. 14. Itobert brought to task the Allies for making hns resigned as secretary of a compromise with Italy In regard state. Mr. Lansing left ofllce because lo the Fittme mailer and submitting be was charged by President Wilson it lo the. Jugo-Slabefore it w.n with assuming the prerogatives of the chief executive during the past four passed on lo the American execu-tiv- o. Our represetflntive In Franco months In calling and presiding over ha.s been alfowed lo attend Hip conmeetings of the cabinet. Ills resignation, tendered In n let- ferences, bul has nol been authoriter under date of February 12 to tlje zed to make decisions. The compresident, wns accepted by the latter promise seems lo bp thp farthest and became effective nt once. Under Ilnly is willing to go, although, it Secretnry of State Frank Polk Is the falls short or the desires of either nd Interim bend of the stnto departside. IF Lnn-sin- vs jtaaaajiVak ' ment, and mny be named ns Mr. Lan- The League of Nnlions, meeting in London, has made further progress by flip appointment of a commission to draft n plan for on international qmirt of Justice. It is interesting to know that aa American, F.lihu Root, ha.s been placed on tho Commission, in spite of the fact that our country is not ycl a member of the League. His ripo judgment and wide experiences makes him a valuable man for tho work. A successor to Ambassador Pago, who rcprpsenlpd us In Italy, lias bppn found in tho persoaof Itobert U. Johnson. The post Is one of utmost importance at the present time, when relations arc not the most fripndly between tho two countries. Mr. Johnson is a journalist and writer or note and is said to bo well fitted for tbe, posjtlon.. - retro-acjlv- e ul-ll- Wlcrln-genlslnm- liel-glu- tho great rupllon of the. volcano. Vesuvius, some years ago, faking erpat risks in order fo learn" tho facts. HevaiCQne.ofJhe, d It is reported that China is bring ing pressure on Japan in the Shan-lun- g matfpr by a systematic boy-co- lt on imports. A commissioner from China is now (ravelling in Iho United States, uring Hip pvport or our products and spiling forth the opportunity which this situation offprs for an extension of our markets in Iho OrieTll. China especially needs cotton and hardware or various kinds. TIip bail reeling between tho northern nnrl southern sections does not affect the case notably. Hie. Commissioner says. gt-p- ttnshlngtnn. Feb. ID. Canceling the deportation, proceedings against Phlrcndrn Hnrjnr. n. native nf Indln. the department of labor decided the find of the cases nrMng from the conspiracy prowdlngs against n number of Hindus In Sun I'nvnclsco In April. 1IH8. llefore the .var Snrjnr was a student nt Yale nnd Michigan PAOE 5. Herca Locals. universities, but when the war began PAGEG. Mountain Agrlculturo; ho was studying nt the University of He returned' to the United (Vmmimity Homo Berlin. Meetings; States, and Inter became" Involved In Denartmont. the movement for Indian IndependPAGE 7. S. 8. Lesson; Sermon; ence. He wns Indicted and sentenced Historic Places; Mt. Vernon in to four months' Imprisonment In April. 11)18. on a charge of having violated Kurly Days. American neulrlltv. PAOE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. World Nows; State Secretary out of Cabinet. PAGE 2. Boroa Collego Nows. PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington Letter. PAGE 4. Herca Locals. PAfJE 1. Editorials; Constantinople, Fell. 14. General bolUborevltcli, shevik commander at Odessa, has threatened that he will open fire on the llrltlsli warships there within three WILL ASK 5 PER CENT BEER days If they remain In the harbor, according to u message from Itenr Admiral A. McCully,, commanding the Vare of Pennsylvania Congressman United States naval forces there. Plans Volstead Act Change Itenr Admiral McCully sent an ofat Next Session. ficer ashore In nn attempt to get Washington. Feb. 13. The first Americans believed to be still In n definite declaration of nn effort to Odessa. These Included Jacob T. of the Union bunk of Milwaukee amend the Volstead net, which limits Iho alcoholic content of beverages to and three other men, named Ilarnet, f of 1 per cent, wns ninde In Young und Tate, the latter d fonuer tlio house by Representative Vare solnter. Itubln did not care to leave. (Hep.) of Pennsylvania, who an- The others were not found. A list of nounced that at the next session of ttm Americans was given to General congress he would Inlroduco a bill Uborcvltch, who promised that they providing for sale of 5 per cent beer. would not be molested. d . Itu-bione-hal- London. Feb. 11. Egypt Is "bursting with wenltn" accumulated from cotton, says a correspondent of the Dally Express In Cairo. "Illiterate natives living In mud huts have made 120.OQ0 sterling out of cotton deals." ho continues. "Some have made 100,000. The nro buying land nt lutlatid prices and paying off mortgages which ore regarded as family heirlooms. One llrltlsli official says the country has made Ft least Nnturnlly there Is an Influx of new millionaires In Cairo, with t huge demand for automobiles. Jewelry, new houses and all kinds of luxuries, but In tin. provinces mai.y of the newly rlcl" have not changed their standard of living at all." 0. of socialism, nnd to acompllsh this end probably will qualify Mr. lllllqult as an expert. Stress will be laid on the claim that the socialist party has within the last year rid Itself of radical elements for whose nets nnd utterances the defenso asserts It Is being lilamed, a long exposition U. S. BLUEJACKETS IN ODESSA Bolshevik General Threatens to Fire on British Warships Unlets They Leave. TIip Allies hayp modified Ihelr demand or Holland and do nol insist on the surrpndpr or tho since that cnunlry pleads against it. They ask, howpver, that hp be intPrncd so that tho dangpr or an escapo to Germany may bo rorestalled. It is suggested that it would be filling ir Holland might place fho on somn or Iter island pnsspssions. presumably in the colonies located in tbe. East Indies. Surprise was expressed that Holland made no to the crimes or her guest, and somo suggestion or her tor him was made. Allies' Commander In Chief to Confer responsibility With Milltar) Leader In" Some of the plebiscites provided Warsaw. Tor by Hie Peace Coherence have Warsaw, Poland. Feb. 10. Definite been conducted with reasonable decision has been reached that Mar- success. Tho vote, in Sleswig was shal Foch, commander In chief of the allies' armies, shall come to Warsaw favorable t" tho claims of Denmark to confer with the Polish military au- and thus an old time injustice is thorities regnrdlng tho bolshevlst men-ne- remedied. Germany takes Iho matIt Is announced by the Journnl ter in good spirit and as she still de Potogne, a French language, news- holds (ho Keil Canal and tho ad- paper here. Jacent region, feels that alto has enougn to ensure nituro prosperity. NAVY NEEDS WESTERN BASE A vote against Germany in Silesia Secretary Daniels Accepts Deed for or Polish Prussia would not bo so well received, however. Property at Alameda From Delere-fe- re gation of Callfornlans. Washington, Feb. 14. "The navy's most pressing need Is the establishment of n naval hne In California." Secretary Daniels told a delegation from Alameda. Cul.. In accepting tentatively a deed for a base site nt that city. Mr. Daniels said his acceptance nf the offer was conditional upon np- propr'ntlons by congress for tho neces sary construction at Alameda. British Evacuate Baturn. Loudon, Feb. 11. Premier Lloyd George announced that the Drltlsb were evacuating Datum. Thp nolsbevikl seem to be faring well in many ways. Not only do they succeed in their military campaigns, hut recently thoy had tho good fortune' to discover a new deposit of gold In tho Ural Mountains, which it is heliovcd would add to llussia's supply of gold about sixty percent. Tho lack of machinery lo lake out this ore will, however, deprive tlio Ilusslans of this advantage. Ambassador Fletcher, who bus on Page Five) 0 Pago Two THE CITIZEN DEATH Or JACK B03WELL, JR. TEACHER'S Fcbrunry 10, 1020 N i everyone RESOLUTIONS and lo rcvcrcnco God. Vocational Schools Awarded First Place To look for I ho good In others anil Willi sadness wo aro forced to I. I will know tho subject I am to to give credit and pralso when cord tho untimely death of Jack leach: a. I will study tho whole SOCIETY LITERARY GIBRALTAR MUSIC DEPARTMENT found. years and i courso Ilnswell. .Ir.( age IHteen P roo ram for February 21, 1930 Tim Mnai Ilnnnrlmcnl la croW in detail beforo tho term To be n total abstainer in tho uso & II. Holt lis nlno months, who passed away opens, map out tho lessons, and plan nt tobacco, alcoholic beverages and Dovotlonal Ing; Indeed, fairly Mb, at tho How Much Business Training Every Monday, February limited quarters. how lo make effective assignments; prorane language ralhcr Should n Farmer Havo? minulc of the day Is laken lego Hospital, n Bcrca, Ky with b. I will not lie back on this general To do or say nothing In. tho prcs took placo in C. L. Hayncs knowledge, but will prepare each enco of n girl, woman or lady lhat I in loson and pracliso periods at pneumonia, burial Cemetery, services conducted by day's lesson so that It shall bo as John Jenuing Sermon Every tcaclicr is Hall. would earo for my mother or sis Why I Am Studying Business. working at lop stfeed and, sinco Hro. Hudspeth, complete, as and as ters knowing. hi spontaneous ns Jack will bo sadly missed by J. N. Tliabet is a wailing list of about Lyceum enterthere a To be true lo my convictions and d, That the United twenty pupils, every student Is rc- - bereaved father, A. J. Doswoll, two tainment. teachings of Jesus Christ ns I the Slates should annex Mexico. Af 2. I will know tho persons I am understand Ihem. nulred lo do his best, or his place sisters and three lltllo brothers, all llrmallve, Robf. T. Harrison, Au more anxlOUS oi near iticiiinuiiu, iy., uisu u tit lllled li' fOniC OtlO to teach; their likes, dislikes, and To be thoughtful of nlhers, pray gustus M. French; Negative, liar of relatives and friends. prejudices, their habits of studying for others anl servo others. or inoro capable than he, Ian Franklin, Daniel Wamplcr. Nearly every Monday night nt tho and of amusement, and especially To observe Ihe Golden Rule (Do I he background Vesper hour, a student recital Is of their lives, and unln others as I wish Ihem to do WILLIAM A. HEATON given. Theso arc well attended and their ideals. DEMOSTHENES SOCIETY unto me). I will be alert to learrfrom my arc full of interest to all students. Program tor February 21, 1920 At Herea Hospital on tho evening K'l- . To keep my highest Idenls con , The enrollment for the winter f February D, of pneumonia, after renew teacnors: a. novices to so stantly before me and steadily work News of Ihe Week ..Alfred Pamln , mm by departments, shows an In- on, Carl Pulllam Optional niir cure attention and interest: b. meth toward some greal goal. (cresting growth in every d rcctlon. , ods of presenting things vividly ; , Biography of Thomas Edison piano 110; voice, 26. Organ. 00; W, and pleasurably; c. personal atTaylor Booth nn( VIOIIII, ,) -- total, 231. liffm A, Hcalon. And although as- tractiveness, approachabillty, mak What Ono Con Do during SumNEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS graciousncss. mer Vacation to Improve His sured that our loss is his gain, yet ing just decisions, A FORMER STUDENT WRITfcs I. I will express my appreciation; How I Hope To Make the Most of Community Clarence .Manning Hie sudden going of this genial, sin House of Delegates, 1930 school-felloKxlemporaneous Speech has left .1 sincerely, heartily, with artistic Richmond, Va cere, loyal precision, making tho occasion an (ill. lohn Disharoon January 31, 1920. void which none can Molto: Larger Service. Mr. Healon was a member of the opportunity to stnto with construe Debate: Resolved, That the Negro Taylor Mv dear friend Motto Text: "As a man thinketh should have Ihe same educational Vocational Department, and was live clearness and attractiveness, In thinking over again, as I often . n,. r..in..,n.. IT,. rtn.nn I.. the ideal he has been pursuing in his heart, so is he." advantages as the Whites. Afllr- ' "v l" vaguely ami half unconsciously 1 .In, the pleasant associations of my malive, Win. O. Gouge, Raleigh Herea last September from Cacoa, Herea days, am reminded lhat my f. I resolve to be a more efllclent Florida, where he lived with his perhaps. Hosklns; Negative, Nathan AIH- failure lo write a line occasionally parents, Mr. and Mrs. William llca- 5. I will (ako an open and dcci worker In I ho Kingdom of God. on. Denver Kelley. me In Ihiwe who meant most lo I. To make a systematic, complctu llvlvn to mourn his sivo stand against wrong"; but I ... ..... ....... 1. CHIISIl l l no n IflrtL fT ln ., ivlin lit . . r- ... I ... will not cherish personal grlcv study of the entire Bible, within Illl'll". 111,1 II'' ..f.olnlln.l II? 1. iii'iiiu. i hi in i iii en iiiumcr iui appreciation for those influences. The Academy whom he had called at various anccs. I will not bo touchy, nor be the next eleven months, followed by Hill not so; they are a part of times during his illness arrived looking for slights and slurs, but a comprehensive review. my very being, even though nearly twenty-foSORORIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 2. To finish at least threo more hours loo lato to min- will expect some jostling in play three years of eventful life, have ister lo his sufferings. Sho left at ing the game, and will take it good hooks of the Sunday-schoProgram for February 21, 1920 Normal elapsed since I last heard and saw midnight liumorcdly. Roll Call, Miscellaneous Quotations Course begun in 1919. of the same evening with H. B. Taylor's philosophy of "ser0. I will be hopeful; about peo Julia Coulter 3. To make a close study of the Recitalion tho body which will bo interred in vice" and "good cheer." Hael Baxter cemetery of his native town, plo that aro quito imperfect, and methods and illustrations used by Ifs for Girls tho Resolved, That heredity Debate: . amid (lie orange blossoms . and sun- - nhout policies that aro unseasoned ureal Christian Workers. . ,,. , , Borea is certainly well represented .... . If the. majority vote to try out some 1. To ho moro kind, moro sympahas more influenco than environthroughout these United Slates. At Afllrmative, Cassio Geb-ba- rl. ment. As students and faculty wc wish measure that does not commend it thetic and more helpful to everyevery turn and in every walk of life Leah Stevens; Negative, express r niost heartfelt sym- - self lo my judgment, I will give gen body and lo so live each day that If n i .i .v..., ... .. it o,.ioir,i i . ...... inc '" ...... i m , nine cooperation, and work heartily Ihe Master comes he won't And me , Queen Ballard. Maltlo Perry, (h for (h0 1)ereave(, ' me giwd to meet up with them. ' t to make it a success. Judge. Miss S'ecor. oafing at my Job. this hour of their great sorrow. Had a very pleasant visit with sev 7. I will not consider my work 5. To keep a full and accurate Original Story ...Kermit Davidson oral meilihers of my class in Washdone when I leave the classroom: I account of all nionev received and Campus Gossip Bclva Bowling ington lnl week. There are also will seek occasion to walk with my expended, realizing that my(?) mon- Reading ....Kizzic Daniels GAME here in Richmond. three students in very small groups, to ey is a sacred In M. for which God Term Critic .... ... Hard Stellcr I mel them frequently while in Ar- A very rough and exciting game invito them to my homo informally, will hold me strictly accountable. jny Y. M. C. A. work and also during 0f basketball was played Monday, by ones or twos in short, to offer o. To cive syslemallcally. Inlclli- Foundation School my service in the Marine Corps. I February 10, between nerea nt them friendship as well as inslruc wiilly and prayerfully to all good it something to be extremely sity and Whichever, at Herea. lion. causes. proua or lo no one or tins great FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY K. I will It was quite r.n encouragement to lei my friendship g) Program for Feb. 21 1920 Herea Legion. the Herea Varsity players lo havo deeper than sociability; by courtcsv II. I resolve li bt a more flllcicnt Hible Reading . We are having a very interestAbsalom Russell been ablo lo Ink! the Winchester and reverence, and by privalo per student. ing session of V ginta Legislature. learn lo a score .Charles Hall 22 lo II, slmo sonal interviews, as well as by re I. To get all I can . from my Jokes The question of Woman's Suffrage, ''at leam has met inly two defeats vealing the sincere glow of personal teacher, my text, and my class, and Stump Speech Arthur fitrong Reading James Hudgins Stale Prohibilion Enforcement, the Ibis season putting themselves in devotion to Jesus in occasional pub to give the best in return. Wrislon Shyllcs Slate Hudgel md several Constitu- - line for the championship of the lic speech, 1 will give help In build2. To learn all I can from farm A Story tional Amendments relating to our Stale, ing character. .papers and from the Experiment Ambassador to Grant & Lee school system, hive precipitated un- .., W. D. Bowline 9. I will pick out as soon8&V)s- - Stations. The lirst half was in favor of Interest and some warm de- - rea'by a score of 9 to 7, and this siblo the students that are wcll-IArthur Snow 2. To read as many good books as News of the Week hales. Recitation Fred Lock fact worried tho Winchester team. lenlioned, and do not know bow to I can. Willi best regard for you andut in the second half they came study; in class" I will give them V. To keep myself in good health "Something' .... Raymond Ogilen Mrs!. Taylor, and all good wishes for hack strong using different tactics questions to lead thoir minds step by careful attention lo my habits I'lie Early Life or Saint Paul the greal work, I am yours, Calo Smith '0f playing, making 15 points to Be- - by step, and privately I will help of eating, drinking, anil sleeping, I pea's Debate: Resolved, That the Indians it II. Templeton. them lo study a lesson, making them and by exercising daily. 2 points. I have been moro cruelly treated Clark and Fields, of Herea, did reason it out for themselves. ft. To take time lo read good news than the Negro. Alllmativcr 10. I will have abundant health; periodicals'. exceptionally good playing through- LEAGUE Leonard Cook; NegJUive. E. R. C. To bo alive out ,,,c eame. Van Winkle did not to this end I will exercise' vigorous lo every opportu The movement in Moseman. and eat wisely and nity for and esHerea is growing in interest. Dur- -' enmo "n ,0 1,is ,,ost Paying because cheerfully, rest happily, play regu pecially lo mako the ino9t of my of s'ekness. ing tho last few months tho mem- nROse' of 11,0 Winchester team, larly and enthusiastically, and work literary society. bership of the League has Increased DOUGLAS AND EDWARDS SOCIETY ma(,(' mos' attention, f 'be points for tho willi consecrated from a mere handful to nearly one Program for Feb. 21, 1920 energy, and the delight of Iir. I resolvo to be more efficient hundred members, and it is still visilo', B Demani iand It. Poem Viola Hoggtf with my hands. Every department is well mano demonstrated the possibilities achievement. r R00'1 ,ea" work. Although tho Mattio Brown I. I intend lo become more fa Reading represented. Margaret Day miliar with the mechanism and the News of tho Week The orosram which was given n'rra Team ,osl t,,e' will put up a NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS remaining game i Why ,t Jnlnol Society Sunday afternoon was a good one. '0011 nB,,t for Realizing Hie importance or defi operation of farm machinery. Mablo Hibbard 2. To bo moro cfllcient in the and showed considerable prepara- - ' Dc Pla'cd. nite decisions and strong determiJokes Derea plays Transylvania, at Lcx-la- lk nations in forming good habits and handling of live stock. Valiera Harlow lion. Mr. Miller gave a splendid 3. To perform all my tasks thor- How I Enjoyed Christmas Vacation on the evil effects of tobacco higlon. February 18th. slrong character, I hereby setjorth Line-u- p I ho Eula Wagers of Teams oughly ami with dispatch. following resolutions ror the 'ipnn the allilele. Mr. Miller has Biography Herea. it Mae Hack Wesieyan. 22 had extensive experience in athletew Year, 1920, in order to mea Eunice Lumpkins Reese F sure up In higher standards of lifo IV. I resolvo to he a better citizen. Recital ion ics, and his discussion was verv con- - Van Winkle F I. To keep belter posted on the Story Hertha Lanham Demane, E vincing. Miss Elizabeth Woodford vioUh F and service tor others. Demane, R To rejoice and ho truly thankful great problems that face our coun A Poem "Maude Muller" mail an original slorv about Ihree Stephenson Vivian Couch Gorman ror the blessings and opportunities try today, and to lake a lively Intobacco users, which was both inter- Clark G terest in Ihe affairs of my Commu Story Thompson Leona Perkins esting and instructive. Tho last, but Hill G of life. My Trip to Herea Anna Wolfe not least appreciated number of lh. .Veil G To share my joys and blessings nity and Stale. Life or George Washington" 'J. Not to be unmindful of the op program, was the musio given by a bowler F with others, especially thoso who pressed peoples of other lands. Ethel Alcorn quarlello in which was Professor, ,,a'3 F are less fortunate than L 3. To keep lab on I lie records of Why I Came to Herea... Ollie Lewis To make use of all time and op- Shutl. Llovd Rackley, Wisdom nil-- 1 nerea tPam wi" PIa' University My Experience at the Country Homo of Louisville Saturday, February 21. portunily in Ihe hesl way possible. Ihe men in public olllce. brey and Maynard riennett. a Prince Rosa Brack p. m. After the. program was rendered. 0amn will bo called i'n strive thru study tho president had slips of paper dis- -' and earnest prayer lo learn the . MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS will or my MasteY, Jesus Christ, and Iributed among tho people of, GRANT AND LEE LITERARY SO "FOOTPRINTS OF FAITH" In do more in tho service of tlm the audience, and requested them CIETY ,,',s"al Kxpcricnccs of tho lato Lord (ban I havo ever dono in one I. I will attend In all my studies In write their names upon them ml duties to the best of my abil ,)r Davi(l Paulson, noted chautau-woul- d year. Program for February 21, 1920 and the year they believed thero lecturer, reformer, philanthro-e- d To bo just as industrious, per- ity. Hiblo Reading . ,r...Jn Henderson be a national law in tho Unit- 2. It is my determination to mako Slates forbidding the use of it in ,,isl aI"' writer. N'ow running as a severing, courageous, patriotic, paVernon Solby very hour of Ihe day count tor Recitation all forms. The reports showed quite a s,', irs "r al ti(,t's in The Lire Hoal tient, polite and punctual as I posArnold Pigman ometliiiig done, even if It is only Poem Reading sibly can. diversity or opinion. A prize will be nii'azm. beginning with the Tracy Miller very small somctlilng. to Ihe person who estimated ,lary' l92' n,,mDer. Ambassador In Franklin To praclice economy and temper:i. I will spend a few minutes or Thnso wll liavo 8at ' Vaul ance and to keep an expense ac- closest lo a certain year. Tho win-- 1 Arthur 11 rock arh day in prayer to my Heavenly Reproduced Story , nor will he announced at Ihe nexti80"' a,"ll,'l,,,,s and been thrilled coiml and a diary. ...Oscar Davison Father. ! with Ills masterly presentations or meoling. To he truthful and honest with News of tho Week...Lonnie Dalton t. I will try lo my utmost to con1,0 oaGpr 1 read this se- Biography The next meeting or the League lrt"" WU Pinknoy Shell trol iny temper, and above, all things Stump will be hel, Sunday atlcrnoon, Feb- - rU' of articles. Tho Lifo Boat is Speech Ncsbcrt Bryant learn in say something good, when Debate: Resolved, ruary 20th, at 3.30 o'clock, In tho 0110 ,lol,ar n year- - ,f 'ou 801,(1 in That every womy ilesiro is to say mean things Parisli House. Everyone is cordial- - ynllr sul)Scription at onco you can man should havo equal sulfrage. about a person. Afllrmative, Wndo Castle, Creed ly Invited lo altom! theso meetings.1 ruivu wu junuary numoer 5. I will learn my own faults ami containing tho first of tho series, THI 0NIT PIirtCT fOUNKII . Turner; Negative, Charley Clark, Tor them, if possible, make amends ("Footprints of Faith." Address, Tho . James Talo. instead of pointing out tho faults Tho following recital will be given Life lloa. Hinsdale, III. Ono thing you can say about at Musio Hall, and all music students of others. . Foundation it has good literary against getting 0. I will guard I aro cordially invited: I impatient with anyone, oven over a societies and wo extend n hearty February 23 welcomo lo students to visit our small matter. Mrs. Hutchlns will give a violin BRIG. GEN. DAVISON IS DEAD society. FOR SALE BY 7. I will try always to remember recital. Tho following program will Former Comminder at Port o thai u smile sometimes cheers up a bo given: Hoboken, N. J Diet at Dewey lonely soul when nothing else will, respect and honor for my teachers Sonata Grieg Island. Governor and resolve to bo cheerful in defeat. and instructors. Allegro con brio Chapel Building ID. I will never neglect writing to H. will guard against hurling Allegretto New York. Fell. 14. Ilrlg. (Jen. Peanother's reelings by word or act, my homo folks regularly, and tellMolto Vlvaco ter W. Pavilion, former coiiimnniler roc I know what hurt feelings aro ing them of my joys and sorrows, of a department at the port or 2 Southland Sketch Burleigh Ilolioken. N. J., illeil tit Govfor they uro my dearest friends, like. Caprice Herbert He wiin trii.luiili.il V. I will never let a personal and aro anxious about my well Rondlno (Beethoven) Kreisler ernor's from West Point In IWfJ unit rrviil in grudge stand between mo and my Minuet Rlgnam Kreisler j the l'lilllii!nek, Culm iiml I'lilnii. General College News ng RAID re- IS MADE ON l j ALLEGED RADICALS TWENTY.NINE ARE CAPTURED IN A flAID MADE ON "nEDS"' HEADQUARTERS. I sic r-'- well-direct- ed Debate:--Resolve- nii One Hundred Picked Men of Department of Juitlce Swoop Down on Terrorliti, Who Are Said To be the Moil tiangerou Type In the U. 8. itrn Npnpr X Union Nwt 8rro1r. o I'litersoii, J. Twenty-tw- mill-id- s, .inn. ,,,, M w "' ', . ur ol . ,u Var-cou- f Be-us- anarchist mamuine, Im Jih-- j merle (The Massacre). The printing was raided ami as the Federal nsrcnls eiileied they found prln;er imiultix off an I. V. pamphlet "The Trulh About t'elllrallii." The library lif Fermlnn (Jallo. sa'il lo be the most complete collection, of niiarrlilstlr In I In literature Flitted Slates, a mi wan raided. Truck-biaof tiillamimttory literature ami u ipianllty of revolt er were conllsciited. livery alleged amiri lilst raptured win. tinned. The raiders were led by Fraulc It. Stone, hcail of Ihe New Jersey division of the Department of Justice, who detailed six of hi men to earlL arrest In lew yf ihe reputed deemtir ilianii'ler uf llie men sought faml-lielt- u Is said to be n disciple of Kurlcu Malalesla, who founded the I. Km Nouvn (Jroiip 23 years ago. Uivm-I- . hssiissIii of King Humbert uf Italy," heV longed to this enteric. Mnlutesta cam,! to tlds country from Italy to spreml trie propaganda of " 1 Service ngents the must iltingeroiin terrorist In the United Slnles itifinticr.i of the notorious l.'IIni Nuovn group, whose rreeit Is nxsiiKstiuitlnn nml violence to InilhlilmilH without waiting for "unit. netlnn" were captured hy 1U0 picked neenls of the lli'piirtiiient of Jiltlci In a Imiiuitlc rnhl on alleged "Red" hciKlipuirter.s here. Warrants Iiml been hwoiii out forirj, but three escaped tint Fedeml net. All olllchil record of the I. W. W. for Ihe ciit.lre district east of Chliiimi were pvlxed In of Andre Giiixlunn, tillejccd In this house. Federal a Bent Secrn-tarMild, i:. iHiree. I'liltailclphlil, of the I. W V., wan In hiding. lie Is miller lliillcinient In Clilcimo. nml Is iiIIcchI lo hate inured the onls from Clilrniro to llilliiilelililii. iIumim lo Piilerson. rosier nml sinteineniK of lluaiiclul trHiiuo llous iiierliiK Ihe el tie of ("lilniirn. New York, Huston, Philadelphia. Heilforil, Rochester, mid elsewhere were Iminil. The most Important rap-tinredenil olllelaU said, was that of I.uilnMci Ciimiiietta, editor of iliu unlil by Secret y ri-- e Sr e, nf-ll- ie ii I In ii .f en-llt- I ds Terrorist-Individ-uallst- n- . ANTI-TOBAC- Anti-Tobac- co self-contr- educate.1, He wn highly nml was nhl to be a member of n titled family of Italy. Cnmlnettit formerly milled the Anarchist 'magazine It Mullet Inn de I'Kra Nouvn In Xew York. It was conllscnti'il ilurlnic n, President Theodore Hooevelt'H but reappeared In Patetvm. 1. Kra Xinitii group Is ninilatist wltlt Hie Ferrer Club and the Mluortu." During the silk djera' strike In I'utvr-mi- ii admin-.stnitlo- anarch'. In Vl'.m 1IHK", pur-posi- vo group led to much rioting ntnl bloodshed. Leaders In that strike ICinnia (Sohlman, Camluclt'i. William Mai Queen, an Kuglluli Anarchist, and Ciillniil. After the strike, with Its unsiiecessfnl end, the group, was kept alive tiya few members. Three of these now Identified with It. Federal agents said, are Camlnetta. Flrmauo Callo and Alherlo (luabello. anarchistic principles of Three Penont Poisoned. Orange, X. .1 .Mrs. Slary ilrCool. lid years old. Is dead, and Mrs. Kllr.a-lieronuolly and the tatter's son Peter were removed to u liosd(al In il serious condition, suffering from tho effects of poison. In the apartment where the victims were found unconscious were a bottle of cough mixture, a lioltle of alcohol and n can of salmon, part of It consumed. The deputy' county physician declared Mrs. l's i lentil was due to "chemical poisoning." tli . open-mind- ed Jan-(jiv- en Two Slain When In Plttol Battle. South Reach, Conn. Two burglar were shot to death when in a pistol batlle In the cellar of a palatial sum, mer home at Rocky Point, and vtho cornered shut them, V. were Mounded severely. Mrs. Dreyer's attention was attracted us the burglary when she was awakened hy the sound of splintering glass In the unoccupied summer Tuilim of .Mrs. F.llxnhclh (. Morris. She leleplionel lo u volunteer llrehoiise. two-menand-tlien SNAPF1L' rn Home Destroyed By Fire. Heilforil, Iml. Fire destroyed of Ray It. ItorillT, of thht city, causing a loss of several thousand dollars. A defective Hue. Is believed to hate caused tho lire. Thv est of the season. surance. thermometer registered rem, the coldThere was name In- 1 L.Trosper No Trade With Rutila. New York. The American Manufacturers Hxport Association has warned Its members against trading with AsSoviet Russia, It wuh announced surance of Ihe safely uliil peruiaueucu can not he obof huilnoK tvllh Riis-sltained under the present Russian government, the warning asserted. lit resolutions aiUipted by the Hoard ot Directors the association declared It Was eager In resume commercial Intercourse with Russia und the Russian people under u rovvi'btucut chosen by a properly elected ussetubly. a I February ID, 1020 TIIE CITIZEN "Von remember our wager, Klden. coTitiniicn. ""inis country looks'fnmTl-lar.- " He got tip again nnd walked present you with a burned-ou- t about, flndlng his way back to the mutch." "You liar I" cried Dnvo. "Ton In- - road. Ilo went along It a llttlo way. Vague Impressions suggested thnt he famous liar I" "Ask her," Conward replied. "She should know the spot, and yet ho will deny It, of course. All women could not Identify It. Then, with a 1I0." sudden shock, It came to him. It wns Dnvo felt hie. muscles tighten, nnd tho hillside on which Doctor Hnrdy knew thnt In a moment he would tear had come to grief; tho hillside on his victim to plrces. As bis clenched which he hnd first seen her bright A list come to tlm side of his body u fnce, her wonderful eyes. Ills re-- ! poignancy of grief engulfed him, hard. struck something volverl He hnd forgotten; ho was sweeping nwny his cheap philosophies. not In the habit of currying It. In nn Here she stood, young nnd clean nnd Instnnt he hail Conward covered, entrancing, thrust before him In nn Dove did not press the trigger nt Instnnt out of the wonderful days of - the pnst. once. He took a fierce delight In torAnd would she nlwnys follow him thus? With nn unutterable sinking he knew thnt wns so thnt the world wos not big enough to hide him from Irene Hnrdy. There was no way nut. He started his motor, nnd even In his despair felt n thrill of pride ns tho faithful gears engnged nnd the enr climbed buck tn Its pi nre on the trail. Wns nil fnttlifulness, then, tn things nf steel nnd Iron, nnd none In flesh and blo.Td? lie followed the trail. Why stop how? The ranch buildings lay across the stream and behind the tongue of spruce trees, unless some wandering foothill Arc hnd destroyed them, He forded" the strenm without dllllctilly. Thnt wos where he He felt had carried her out. his way slowly along the old fence. That wns where she hail set up bottles He for his marksmanship. si. i iKMmj miiimii' (Li stopped where the straggling gate should be nnd walked carefully Into He Took a Fierce Delight in Torturthe ynrd. Thnt was where she had ing the Man Who Had Wrecked HI first called him Dnve. . . . Then Life. he found the doorstep and snt down Hiring the man who had wrecked his to wnlt. When the sun wns well up he arose life even while he tohL himself he His Hps were not believe his boast. Now he and walked about. could parched; he found himself nibbling watched the color fade from so he went to the cheek; the eyes stand out In them with his teeth, lie wus thirsty, but he drank his face; the livid blotches more livid strenm. mouthful ; the wnter wns lint onhy a still; the cigarette drop from his nnd Insipid. . . . The old cabin wns nerveless lips. tn better repair than he would have "You are n brave man, Conward," thought. He sprung the door open. said, and there .was the rasp of he contempt In his voice. "You It wns musty and strung with hiitc and He did not go In but sat down nre n very brave man." something nnd tried to think. Hnrdy, .Mrs. Later he wnlked up the ennvon. He wrong, came out from her sitting must hnve walked swiftly, for the sun room. With a little cry she swooned was not yet at the meridian when he away. found himself nt the little nook In the Conward tried tn speak, but. words With a dry rock where he nnd Irene hnd snt that In his throat. stuck afternoon when they hud first laid their lougtle be licked his drier Hps. hearts open to each other. Suddenly "Do you believe In hell, Conward?" "I've always had one remark stood tip In his memory. Dave continued. coming." she had said, some doubt myself, but In thirty sec- "The day Is "when our country will want men who onds you'll know." said, Irene nppearcd on the stnlrwny. win shoot nnd ride." And he had me." "Well, when It does It enn call on n moment her eyes refused to For And today the country did want men grasp the scene before them: Duve who could shoot nnd ride, and he hnd cowering fierce, steely, Implacable, with his re- flown Into the foothills to nurse n brain. broken heart. . . . Broken hearts volver lined on Cnnwnrd's Through some strange whim of her can fight ns well ns whole ones. De mind her thought In thnt Instnnt flew could be of some use yet. At uny rate bark to the bottles on the posts of there was n way out. Some whim led him through the the Klden ranch, and Dave breaking Then grove f spruce trees on his way back Ave nut of six on the gallop. suddenly she beenme aware of one to the ranch. Here, In tin open spnee, thing only. A tragedy was being en- he looked about, kicking In the dry grass. At length his toe disturbed a acted before her eyes. Don't, don't few bleached bones, and he stood and "Oh, don't, Duve I shoot him I" sho cried, flying down looked with unseeing eyes fnr across the remaining steps. Hefore Dave the shimmering valley. "Brownie." he said at length. could grasp her purpose she was upon The whole scene came him. hnd clutched his revolver, had "Brownie." wrapped her arms nbotit his, "Don't, buck upon him the moonlight, nnd don't, Davel" she pleaded. "For my Irene's distress, nnd the little bleeding body. And he hnd said he didn't Mike don't do that 1" Her words were tragically unfortu- - know unythlng "ubout the Justice of I note. moment Dave stood as Hod; nil he knew wns the critter thnt For one paralyzed; then his heart dried couldn't run wus the one that got caught. . . . And he had said that up witnin mm. He had said It wus "So thnt's the way or It!" he said, wus life. ns he broke her grip, and the horror only nature. And then they had stoo1' ruining the In his own eyes would not let him mnl the sudden horror In hers. "All trees nnd beneath the white moon und right; tnkc It." nml he placed the re- pledged their faith. . . . Again his head went up and the old volver In her hand. "You should light flashed In his eyes. "The firs, know whnt to do with It," And she could stop him he hnd walked thing Is to kill the wolf," he said aloud. "No other Innocent shall full out of the house. She rushed to the gnte, but al- to his fangs. Then my country." Darkness hnd again fallen before ready tho roar of his motor was los In the hum of the city s trnllle. Dave found his car threading the streets of the city, still feverish with Its newborn excitement of wur. He CHAPTER XIII. his car to tlm garage; an I returned When Dnve sprang Into his cor he attendant looked up curiously It was gave the motor a full head and drove evident from his glance thnt Duve had through the city streets In a fury of already been missed but no words He stood for a morecklessness). His mind was numbed; were exchanged. It wns Incapable of assorting thoughts ment In the street, collecting his and placing them In proper relation- - thoughts ami rehearsing his resolves. He was amazed to find that, even ship to one another. He was soon out of tho city, roaring through the still In his bitterness, the city reached a thousand hands to him hands of autumn night with undiminished habit and association and customs of speed. Over tortuous country roads, across mind all urging him buck Into the old groove; all saying: "The routine sudden bridges, along slippery hillsides, through black bluffs of scrub Is the thing. Be a spoke In the wheel ; land In some strange way he tried go round with the rest of us." "No," he reminded himself. "No, I to drown the uproar In his soul In the frenzy of the steel that quivered be- can't do that I have business on neath lilm. On and on Into tho night. hand. First to kill the wolf." no remembered that he had given Hrigbt stars gleamed overhead ; a soft breeze pressed against bis fnce; It his revolver to Irene. And suddenly was such n night as he had driven, a sho sat with him again nt the tea ycur ago, with Hurt Morrison. Was tuble. . . . Where wns lie? Yes, that only a yenr ugo? And what had he had given his reolvcr to Irene. hnppcned? Where had he been? Oh, Well, there.wus unother In his. rooms. to bring tho boy Chnrlle, the boy. (Continued next week.) When was that? Under the calm heaven his mind wus nlready attempting to establish a sequence, to set Its outraged homo again In order. NO MUTINIES ON TRANSPORTS Suddenly tbo car skidded on a slippery hillside, turued from the road, Secretary of War Baker Entara plowed through u clump of scrub, Denial of Charge by rlcochetted ugulnst a dark obstruction, Britten. poised a moment on two wheels, turned around, and stopped. The shock Washington, Feb. 10. Denial that brought Dave to his senses. He sat mutiny bus occurred on any war deon the running board nnd stared for partment transport was made Dy Secretary Baker, In a letter to Chairman a long while Into the darkness. Kahn of the house military committee. d ftol, any"No use being a d In a resoluway, Dave," bo said to himself at Mr. Baker said charges by Bepresentatlre length. "I got It where I didn't ex- tion Introduced Illinois of "Inefficient, un pect It but I guess thnt's the way Britten of seaworthy, mutinous, dangerous and Ho "tried to philosowith everyone." murderous operation of transphize; to get a fresh grip on him- almost were "unjust.' ports" self. "Where are we, anyway?" be I Pae TO ASSIMILATE FOREIGM KENYON AMERICANIZATION BILL BEING CONSIDERED BY THE HOUSE COMMITTEE. ONLY Thretf COW PUNCHER By B Robert J.C.Sioad Hfrtt nhnatiMu by Mil authoro kitchener, and olfxor pocmt ... SYNOPSIS. CIIAPTHH with his father on mall, tartly innrmerd ranch, David of eighteen Eliln haa reached thi with faw educational adrantairpa. An to Ilia auto In which Or. Ilardr, eminent eastern phyilclan, and Ills (laugh-ta- r Irene, am tourlnc tha country, brings a new element Into his life. Dr. I lardy1 lea; la broken, and ha la necessarily con- unmi 10 nn itrti. i nenasmp, ana aome- Ihlnx more, develops between Irene and I.-- greatly enloya the CIlAI'Tnn unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her aio" 'Inlnncmhln with David ripen Into afie. iion. On Dr ltardy'a recovery the fount peoplo part, with the understanding; that David will neek to Improve nla position In life and they will meet acaln CMAI'TKIt III.-T- lia audden death nf lili father IrAVes P.HII with practically nothing hut the few hare acrra of the through ranch, the elder man havln reara of dissipation namedto tha Income. paid. David (toes tha nearest 'town, determined to keep hla promise to Irene by ncnulrlnr an education and making hlmeelf worth of her lie aecurea the first work offered, driving a team for a, coal dnter, and meeia a mm named nlx'tit hla own ana, by whom ha H led Into dissipation. rilAtTHU V -- Attracting the favorable attention (if the managing editor of a newnpaper. navld liocomn n reporter Kdllh, acutely aenalMa nf hla good I00V1 and general worthiness, fall In love wl'h Mm though with tha memory nf Irene In hla bear' David dnea not perceive It CtlAPTnit VI -- David advance to a of reipona'bltltv on the newspaper onward renews ariiinlntanceahln with David, for Ma own advantage, lie sees I the town I "rlre" for a boom through DivM aecurea tha backing of tha news-pip- I for schemes In which he la Inter led, and the two. as Cnnwant and Klden. Into the real estate business. CHAPTnn of clean mind. David determlnea to get away from Mi uncongenial surroundings, and Knte brtnge h'm Into contact with Mr Melvtn Duncan who sees the Inherent good In tha boy and welmmei him to hla home, where lie meeta I.i'lth, hla host's pretty daughter, and heglna Hie coveted duration. Vll.-ll- olh men become CIlAITKK wealthy during tha "boom," and when It la nearlng Ita Inavltable end David discovers, through Miaa MorrUon, aoclety editor of tne newspaper on which he had been employed, that Irene Hardy la living n town, with her mother CIlAITKK VIII. The narrative turna to tha llardya. In their eaatern home. Mra. Hardy unavalllngly aeeka a "brilliant" match for Irene, and realties that her slaughter'a affection are placed elsewhere. Irene confesses to her Intensely annoyed mother hrr attachment to David Klden, tha Cow I'uncher. The audden death of Dr. Hardy leavea tha two women with only a few thousand dollars, and Mra. Ilardy'a health necessitating- - her residence in a drier illmale they move to tha western city where David Klden la a clllien of Importance rs. Hardy entera fully CHAITEK into tha "boom" spirit, and while engnged In purchasing a house from Conward Ivtvld meeta Irene again, and her mother He vainly endeavors to prevent Mrs I lardy Investing In real estate, perceiving the disaster at hand, but she Is obstinate whom David la CIIAITEH rapidly coming to distrust, acquires an ascendancy over Mra. Hardy, who haa never Ifked David, Invariably refenlng to lilm aa the Cow I'uncher. David preasea Irene to marry him at once, but ahe la unable to fully make up her mind. The "boom" bursts and Mra. Hardy finds her Investment little better than worthless. Inspired by Conward, who la serving hla own ends, ahe blames Klden. David discovers Conward seeking to take advantage of tha Innocence of a young girl working In the office, and thwarts him, a violent quarrel, CHAITKIl turlng which David atrlkea Conward, the latter makea threats against the happiness of Irene and David, which David treata Irene finally agrree to with contempt. marry David, though her mother strongly disapproves of the match. Mra. Hardy turna to Conwan! for consolation, and he Immediately area n chance to "gel even" with David by enticing him Into a situation with a woman of the town under circumstances that will compromise him. CIlAITKK XII -- David almost falls Into ; tha trap, which la set In his office, but la saved bv the appearance nf the young aon of Mr Merlon, to whom the firm haa sold land that la practically worthless. The boy tells him his father la dying, and David arrange to visit him at once. Keying she has failed, the woman confesses Iter nart In the idot and Involves Conward. Maddened at hla partner's treachery David secures a revolver, determined to punish him, hut (tret accompanies tha boy. I Charlie, to hla home They llnd Merton dead, and David, after making necessary arrangemenla for the care of the body, takea CharWe to Irene. At the house David meets Conward, ami he leads him to believe Irrne Is deliberately falsa tn Tilm. Now nngered beyond control. David la about to end Cnnwnrd's life, when Irene Intervenes, and David believes she does It for love of Conward. He denounces her and In almost Insane anger leavea the II.-t- rrni IX.-UXI.-After I A bringo over n smnll stream hnd collapsed and wns slowly disintegrating nmld Its own wreckngc. Dnvo ran the rnr n little to nno side of the rond, locked the switch nnd walked on with the boy, "Kino business I" Dave repented to himself. "And this I how our big Well, the 'sue success was made. cess linn vnnl!inl ns quickly ns li rnme. I suppose there Is n law some where that Is not mocked." They were pnsslng through n set tlenienl of crude houses, dimly visible In the starlight nnd by occnslnnnl yel low blurs from their windows, llefore one of the meanest of these the hoj nt ast stopped, pulled the door npep nnd Dnvo entered. At first he was conscious of n very sinnll nnd stuffv room, with n peculiar odor which he nttrllmted to nn nil lump burning or a box. lie wnlkeil over and turned tho lamp up, hut the oil wns con surned; n red. sullen, smoking wle' was Its only response. Then he fell In his pocket nml struck n tiuiteh, The light revealed the dlnglness of bed the little room. There wns covered with musty, ragged clothing; n tnhlc llltered with broken nnd dirty dishes and piece of stale food; n stove cracked nnd greasy, nnd one or two Imre Imixch serving as articles of furniture. Hut It wns to the bed Dne turned, nnd with another match bent over the shrunken form that lay almost concealed nmld the con rue coverings. He brought his face down cloe, then straightened up nnd steadied himself for a moment. "He'll soon be well, don't you think, mister? He sold be would lie well when the holiday) " Hut Dave's expression stopped the boy, whose own fnee went suddenly wild with fenr. "lie Is well now, Charlie," be said, its stendlly as he could. "It Is all holidays! now for him." The match hnd burned nut anil the room wns In titter darkness. Dave henrd the child drawing his feet rcross the floor, then suddenly whimy pering like n thing that hnd been hurt, lie groHd toward lilm. ind at length his finger found his shock of hair. lie drew the boy .'owly Into hla arms; then very, very tight. . . . After nil, they were rigm. OBJECTION IS EXPENSE Malr Features of the Measure Which Proposes Federal Co operation With the States In the Education of llllt. erate Residents. JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington The committee on education of the bouse of representatives now lias miller conslde utlon the bill passed by llie senate the other day to promote Atnerlcnnlznllon "by providing for eo operation with (he several stntes In the educntlnn of speaklng persons nnd the assimilation of foreign-horresidents." The bill was known In the senutc ns the Kenyon Americanization bill. It bad to run the gauntlet of some stiff opposition in thnt body, mnlnly based on the cost of such nn undertaking. Assuming thnt the committee on education reports It favorably, and Hint seems to be the committee's Intention. It will meet with opposition In the house on the saint; grounds. Every-bodrealizes that the purpose of the legislation Is fine, and the view the senate finally took was that with such an excellent purpose Involved, the question of expense should not stand In the way of currying It out. Speaking In a general wny, the bill proposes that the federal government sluill with the states In educating the Illiterates of the country, some 7,000.000 In number. The bill appropriates for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1021, $0,500,000. The whole enterprise would be conducted by the department of the Interior. To Imgln with, $.T!0.100 would be expended In administrative offices. Here In Washington there would be one administrative officer nt $5,000 a year, four at $4,000. three at $.t.r00. Ave at M.000 each, four nt $2,750 each, nnd five nt $2.M)0 each. Clerks, stenographers nnd messengers In Washington would call for an expenditure of $.17,000 annually. As the bill now stands.- four regional officers nre provided for nt $.1,500. and eight regional r at $.1,000 each. Would Allot Sums to the States. After deducting the $:0,100 set aside for administrative expenses, the remninder of the $0,500,000 would be apportioned by the sccretnry of the Interior among the several states "In the ratio which the number of resident Illiterates nnd other persons unable to understand, speak, rend or write the English langunge, sixteen years of age and over, 'ti'enrs to the number of resident Illiterates and other persons nimble to understand, speak, read or write the English language, sixteen years of age and over, within the continental United Stntes." There Is n provision In the bill Hint the totnl sum allotted to nny stnte shall not be less than $5,000 n any y oflI-c- By n m ... - ... 11 Con-ward- 's cob-wpIi- mor-tnll- Con-wii- nl terror-stricke- together. "You will come with me," he snld nt length. "I will see that you are pt vlded for. The doctor will soon be bete, or we will meet lilm on the way, and be will make the arrangements for (lie nrrnngeinents Hint have to be tnntle, you know," They retraced their step, toward the town, meeting the doctor nt the Dave exchanged n broken bridge. few word with lilm In low tones, nnd I on. Soon they were swinging cnln through the city streets. Kven with the developments of the evening pressing heavily upon his mind Dave could not resist the temptation to stop nnd listen for n to bulletins being rend moment through a megaphone. "The kaiser has stripped off his Hrltlsh regnlltt," snld the announcer. "He says he will never again wear a Hrltlsh uniform." A chuckle of derisive laughter ran through the mob; then someone struck up n refrain "What the h do we caret" Up and down the street voices cnught up the chorus. . . . Within a year the bones of many tn that thoughtless crowd, bleaching on the fields of Flanders, showed how much they cared. Dave drove direct to the Hardy home. house. After some delay Irene met him at door, nnd Dnve explained the sitlie went to the telephone and gave the uation In n few words. "We must aoine directions. Then he und tho boy wnlkcd to n garage and In u few take care nf lilm, Ileenle," ho snld. "I feel a personnl responsibility." momenta were humming ulong the by"Of course wo will take him," she streets Into tho country. Dave had already become engrossed in hi er- answered. n "He will live here until wo some place of rand of mercy and IiIh rage at Con- Her have was bright with our own." something ward, If not forgotten, wan tempo- whichface must be tenderness. "Hrlng rarily dismissed from his mlud. him upstnlrs. We will allot him a Ho chatted with the boy. room nnd Introduce him first to the "You e to school" And tomorrow wo shall year. Knlher has been bathroom. "Not this have au excursion downtown, nnd gut too sick. Of course, these, are holidays, some new clothes for Charlie Klnd he says ho'll be all right before den." tbey'ro over." As they moved up tho stairs ConDave smiled grimly. "Tho Incurable optimism of It," he murmured to him-I- f. ward, who hnd been In another room In conversation with Hardy, folThen outwardly: "Of courso he lowed them unseen. Mrs. evening hnd The fix bin. up In no time will. We'll For ytth good doctor and a good nurse." been Intermlnnblu for Conward. that three hours he bad awulled word They drovo on through the calm his victim had been trapped, nnd for stigfet, leaving the city streetH behind threo bourn no word had come. If and following what was little more his plans had miscarried, If Duvo had than a country trail. Here and there discovered the plot, well And here they bumped over pieces of graded nt length wns Dave, engrossed tn a treet. Infinitely rougher than the nat- very' different matter. Conward folural prairie; once Dave dropped his lowed them up the stairs. Irene and Duve chatted with tho front wheels Into a collapsing water trench; once he Just grazed an Iso- boy for a few moments, then Irene lated hydrant. turned to some arrangements for his "And this Is one of our 'choice res- comfort and Duve started downstairs. idential subdivisions,'" snld Dave to In the passage bo was met by Conhimself. "Fine business! Fine busi- ward "What uro you doing here)" Dave ness " As the Journey continued tho sense demanded, as he felt his bead beginwhich hnd been ning to swim In linger. of atatlc In him for many months became Conuiird leered only the more ofmore Insistent The Intrusion of Confensively, nnd walked down the Btnlrs ward Into his mind sent the blood to beside lilm. At the foot he coolly lit bli head, but at that moment bis re- another cigarette. He held tho match flections were cut short by the boy. before lilm und calmly wtitched It "We will bave to get out here," be burn out. Then he extended It toward aid. "The bridge Is down." Dave. Investigation ' proved him to be they pnsi 11 11 ... flseol year. .Men In congress well-know- bo-fo- re I h who hnve given thought to the Americanization problem believe this legislation would At In with the Americanization features of the universal training legislation proposed In the senate mllltnry bill. There is now some question, however, whether congress enn come to nn agreement nn universal training legislation. The lenders In the house of representatives hove tnken mther n determined becnuse of expense. stand ngnlnst Peace Treaty's Chances. President Wilson submitted the treaty of peace Germany with to the United Stutes sennte the 10th of lust July. About one week later n correspondent for one of the influential newspapers In the central west notified his office thut he would like to take his vacation, leaving on July 20 und planning to be buck 15. He expressed the opinion that the treaty would probably not be rutllled before his return, though he bus confessed muny times since that he feu red the treuty would be disposed of In his absence. Since thut time the treuty bus hud many ups and downs. It has traveled some highways and n good muny byways and generally hus had a rough nnd tumble time. Now that seven months hnve gone by Mnce the treuty wus submitted to the sennte, a Washington newspaper correspondent, should he be planning another vncutlnn for the Immediate future, would be Inclined to express the view that he might take a ehort rest nnd get back before the rutlllcatlou of the treaty. But since everybody so misjudged the situation hist July no one with 1 care for his reputation would attempt at this time to prophesy when the treaty will be nil I lied. It has traveled a rather wide circle, and so far as the parliamentary situation In the senate Is concerned, Is buck to where It wns on the 10th of lust September when the foreign relations committee reported It to the sennte. Just before the extra session of congress came to an end Inst November the treaty wns laid away In what Its enemies. In any event, regarded as Its last resting place, and a good many funeral speeches were made over II. Only One Course for the Senate. To most person here who have followed the subject with care from day to dny It has been evident from I lie time the treaty was rejiorted to the senate that In the enil It would be rutllled with reservations. This conclusion wns reached by the mosl dependable of the observers because, ni they viewed the situation, there wns no other course open to the senate. They could not see how In tho face of public sentiment congress could mnke n separate peace Germany with through the adoption of n Joint resolution, nnd they knew thnt even If congress pnsscd such a resolution President Wilson would veto It nnd that there would not be the necessary votes In congress to pass It notwithstanding the veto. So It wns Inevitable, as these observers saw It, d that the treaty would have to be sooner or Inter unless the United Stales desired to continue In stnte of wnr with (lermnny Indellnltely. Budget System May be Delayed. The situation thnt exists with respect government to expenditures emphasizes the Importance of adopting n budget system without further delay This Is stntement to which practlcnlly all the members of congress will subscribe, nnd yet opinions Willi respect lo the particular kind of budget system Hint should be adopted nre so at variance that Is Is not at all ccrtnln Hint such n system will bo worked out during this session of congress. With the people demanding a reduction In tnxntlon, congress Is overwhelmed with demand for money. The legislators nre hard pressed to know whnt to do nbout many of the calls for money because with n few exceptions they nre nil deserving. Take lor Instance the demand for unother appropriation of $50,000,000 to for additional relief In Europe. The prevailing feeling In congress Is thnt with tnxntlon pressing so hnrd on the American people, no more appropriations of this sort should be mndc, nnd yet here Is a thnrlty call that a government with a heart can hardly Ignore. Since the estimates were submitted lost December unexpected demands have come In from many directions. Most of them nre the result of proposed legislation, legislation that In the estimation of the lenders In congress seems to be necessnry. For Instance, there Is the Americanization bill which calls for something over $0,000,000 annunlly; nnd there Is the bill, very generally favored In congress nnd out of It, to create a separate nviatlon department or department of the nlr, which under the lowest estimates submitted would cost many millions of dollars nnnually, and then there Is the question of making provision for universal military training. All Agree Budget Is Desirable. Much of the confusion that exists with respect to appropriations is, of course, due to the lack of a budget system. No one pretends to say that under n budget system congress could he ndvtsed nt the beginning of the session as to the exact amount It would be called on to appropriate during the session, but It could and would, under a well developed budget system, gain fairly accurate Information as to the financial demands that would be made on It. Under the haphazard system that has always prevailed everybody and anybody in authority In the government Is free to make demands, and It frequently occurs thnt the department or bureau or activity that can set up the most plausible arguments gets the most money. If a budget system did nothing more than eliminate duplication of effort and therefore duplication In npproprla-tlon- s. It would supply a long felt wanL At present there Is no one authorized to soy, or who does say, Hint duplication exists, nnd so money by the millions nnd this Is no exaggeration Is appropriated for work that Is duplicated. Just now the appropriation committees oro trying to get nt some of the duplications. In the tncnntlme the ways and menns committee which handles the question of tnxutlon Is eagerly watching for an opportunity to lop off some of the federal taxes ; but ns yet It haa not been able to see Its way clear to make a single reduction and It Is now reasonably certain llint It will not propose any reductions In the Immediate two-third- s rat-llle11 11 $150.-000,0- future. Hare Shows Cunning. The hare's long, powerful limbs enable It to muke prodigious leaps and bounds In Its endeavor to escupo Its pursuers. Its lifelong ndventures of the chase have wrought Into Its mind wise nnd cunning schemes for evading. the enemy. When ahead of tho hounds on Its It will sometimes bnck-track path for several hundred yards and take a daring leap nt right angles to Its former course, hiding In the underbrush while the pack tiles past. It nimbly Jumps back to Its tracks then and slips out of sight. To break the line of scent from greyhounds It will dash Into n stream nnd remain bidden under the water for some time before venturing to come ashore-Knocking the Conceit Out. Bacon Is that your daughter at the piano? Egbert Yes. "What In the world Is she trying to do, making such a racket?" "Why, some one called the piano a beautiful Instrument, nnd I guess daughter's trying to knock the conceit out of It." Its Sort. "Don't you think his argument was rather fatuous?" "On the contrary, rather thin." I think It was 11 .8 Vs 1 s Page Four TUB CITIZEN It. II. Chrisman and son, who have been ill for some lime with n light altark of Hit, are fasl recovering. Mrs. ()car Hays, on Kstlll slreel, Is reported inniprovlng. Sho has been sick for a short lime. The Wesleynn boys, who were here from Winchester Monday, February 111, In play baskelball with the Varsity live, tho victorious in the gnme, were ery much disappointed in the Journey home. Owing to tlm wreck on the railroad between here and lliclimond they were taken home In ears by S. Muncy nnd Mr. Canllohl. BEREA MAN BADLY BURNED February 19, 1920 LOCAL PAGE NRWS OK BRHEA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKU VARIRTY OF SOUKCKS FROM A nntl repairs of all descriptions at the College Hlacksmitli Shop;! Mntn Street, north of The Cltben aJ" nfflce. TIME TABLF. best liettlricKsmuiting horse shooing, line iron Sclent i it e are ieauy iui Business With a bin line of everything in Spring Suits, and the new Sport Coat, with a wonderful showing of spring Skirts and Waists. Underwear in Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Muslin. Ready-to-Wear. DJ Suits, Coats, Skirts 1 and Dresses Spring's Newest Modes Interpreted in a Charmingly Original Manner at Fish's V. 4 L 4 N Northbound Train Train 3:38 a. m. No. 31 No. 38 12: 18 p. m. Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. Southbound Train No. 3112:40 a. m. Train No. 3312:25 p. m. i :10 p. m. Train No. 37 Mrs. Dola IiiimI. ami son. Le ttiwl Mrs. Hats of Latest Creation In Plain, Tailored, Dress and Evening Hats of Our visited IKin vtHk. l.t M IMwatds .lack Baulle, of West F.nd Berea, fiiinled Monday morning and fell with his head junior the grate in his sitting room. Ills hair was nearly all burned off of his head. He was delirious for hours. Tho accident would base been fatal had it not been for his tilth1 daughter who saw him rail and her cries attracted the mother who pulled him from under Ihe grate. MUSIC SCHOOL way ti'lrOil In itsl hv;iiitf In ! in Berea on liome. in Colum-h- u, i, . :i - loriila. Heivi .cm I nnwn i v 'fn - ivreain us a sister of Miss I.eona F.vans. i l .vuiil lion Loland lonelier for several years. was a sluilent in our College department a few years ago. Hr. Donald Kdwards went, Friday last, to Columbus. Ohio, to see his brother. Paul, who has been ill for several weeks. Paul is a student in the Bliss Business College. Will Purkey lias just returned from Knoxville ami .Tellico. Tenn., where he has been buying a big shirk of new goods for the firm or Hubbard and Purkey. .Mr. C Johnson, of Pineda, N. C, was .called to Berea last week by the illness of his sun. Tim Johnson, who is in the College Hospital. Mrs. Jones Dellinger and son, Thforen, aro here from Altamonl, . N. C. on account of the serious sickness of her son. Floyd, in the College Hospital. Theoren was a student h'ere several years ago and has many friends here. J. S. Hockaday made a pleasant visit to The Citizen office the other ' day. Mr. Hockaday is making a marked success as a breeder of I horn-brhorses. He has patrons as far away as Pennsylvanfa. Ooudy, Superintendent of .Mr. Painting, had just gotten comfort ably located in his new building north of the Industrial when lie was informed that it was contrary to a oily ordinance to erect frame buildings on this street. The Woman's Cluh did not meet jlhis week on account of sickness i'lming ils members and their fnmi-lie- st 'vsh-'Ml ' PUM ed weeks visit ill has visiteil Watch for Announcement ami is well Opening Toffetns, Georgettes, Crepes, Wool Plnids, Gaberdines, Serges, Velours, Polo Cloth, Tricotine, etc. Kum-si-Kums- n, Trade With us, We'll both make money MRS. EVA WALDEN .,;... Kvnrsolo family, on linilrnad street, are ill in bed will I... tin. ol the blockading or trains resultln -f (Mil .1... . roeks occurring in the nasi few days. Smith, of the Welch Mi- - Huby n,...!1i inieni. Store, is spending a lavs in Cincinnati, O., buying goods ... i.orena Hafcr loft Tuesday for Ludlow, Ky.. trt spend two weeks wiiii lier relatives before leaung University, at r.. .a linnk-in- s Md., where she expects Baltimore, to lake int a course in nursing. enter-taine- d Or. ami Mrs. LeVant Dodge Hafer at supper Miss I.orena night. Bro. Hudspeth, of the Christian munch, conducted the funeral serv ires of Miss Boswell at the ccmoiiirr m Tnesdav afternoon. The family of Mr. Hood, on Ksltll , street, have been sick for some unit-hut are recovering. n r. it:iii. U sick with the in- llueiwa. Manv neoiile traveling in and out Berea were delayed .Monday by The llecilal al Music Hall Mon day nighl was very Interesting. IM'iy music sluilent dtuld cn- ileaor lo attend as many of these meetings as possible. Violin sdlos were rendered jiy the rollowing people: F.lizabeth Ogg, Knthryn llerndoii, Margaret Holdcrmau and Chas. Lewis. Frank Hall played a violin duel with Mrs. Hulcliins, and interesting and unusual was the msemble number, played by Frank Hall, Sidney Caudel, Prof. Rlgby and Harold Iligby, tlrst violin, and Mrs. Hulcliins, second violin. There were piano solos by Kale Lee, Marjorie Combs, Elizabeth Car- Woodford and Wilhehnina michael. The next Recital will bo March I C&J C?3 fJ?3 C&J t The New Spring Hats are of Infinite Variety and Charm ' WE MOST CORDIALLY INVITE YOUR INSPECTION I, at fc.TO. Classified Advertisements FOR SALE One 1919 Foi'd truck, small bed, only SS50. Jennie B. Fish Co. BEREA . . .'. KENTUCKY One 1919 Ford )ne 11)18 One 1919 One 1918 . 3350. All these louring car only $450. Ford touring car only WOO. Ford touring car only t425. Chevrolet touring car only cars aro completely and in good condition' Welch's Oarage METHODIST CHURCH overhauled Phono 99. Barred Rock Roosters for sale, of splendid laying slock. Mrs. Win. O. Best Buy" your Miss Nora Azbill is visiting her friend, Mrs. Turner fiott, at Ravenna, this week. Mrs. W. H. Jones is on the sick list this week. Lawyer Llewellyn, or McKcc, lost his son Monday. He died or pneumonia. .Mr. Llewellyn's wife is very ill and he rode home from Berea to .McKee the coldest day of the year to see if his wife were able to bear I ho sad news of her son's death before breaking the news lo her. ' Will Purkey and F-- E. flabbard have purchased the grocery store of A. B. Cornell anil also general store or dry goods and notions, situated on "hestnut street and have moved .Mr. Purkey's slock from the West F.nd or (own. They are hustling business nien and we are glad lo have them in central HoroaT Spring Hats From Regular Quarterly Service at tho M. K. Church Sunday evening, February 22, at 7:30 o'clock. it, Dr. J. M. Lilteral, District For Sale One slack of good hay. will preach. W. H. Wylie, to attend All are invite this Paint Lick. Ky. Route Communion Sen ice with us. S Supcv-iuleudiu1 Mrs. Laura Jones Corner Chestnut and Parkway BEREA, KY. We carry a full line of Pattern Hats from Cleveland, Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolis. We Give You the Beit Style From Eack City FARM FOR SALE UNION CHURCH Good tobacco,- - Blue Crass, corn Dr. Hutchins' topic next Sunday mid wheal farm. Contains 12.') acres. morning in the I'nion Church will On pike, two miles from Biirgin, be "Oeorgo Washington." The local Mercer County, flood tobacco barn, small slock barn and poor residence. 8150 per acre. Immc- liate possession. Bargain. W. H. Bower. Richmond, Ky. live-room post of the American Legion will be in attendance. The mid-wemeeting was held on Wednesday instead of Thursday evening on account of the lecture in the Chapel Thursday evening. ek PROFESSIONAL DR. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS 15 CHARLES FOX ANDERSON Sunday, February WE CARRY ONLY HATS We devote all our time and tal- ents to the study of our business - and we make A SPECIALTY OF HATS. We fit your hat to your own individual style and guarantee satisfaction with every order. We have no dissatisfied customers .Mrs. Turner fiott has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ituthcrford, this week. , Born, lo .Mr. and .Mrs. Turley, of Winchester, at the Ilobinson Hospi- "We Sell Hats and Sell Tbera Right" tal, a line baby, Monday. Sunday-scho- ol Specialist in diseases of tho ner-o- us 11:15. Had very system and affections of the good attendance. spine, is now associated with tho Communion service, 11:00 o'clock, Robinson Hospital, Berea, Ky. Of Willi no preaching. Mr. F.lliol, president of the Stale fice hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 2 to 5 pan. Board of the Christian Churches 6f (Sundays by special appointment. 'flierc limy I'P untie niuclinire ilic 31-Kentucky. Will attend Sunday-schocown llKe hotter tlmn Mince, lull Hie and church Sunday, and will preach nvernce iliilrviniiti ln!l't dlTOvereil It MISCELLANEOUS ai the Christian Church - Sunday night. Kverybixly cordially invited Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. to hear him. , Model Press Shop. 33 ol whose love and care made the lifo John F. Dean J. W. Herndon in the dormitory truly that of the best regulated home. We are all ATTENTION made belter by our association' with her and we aro all made sad T)10 flrst of Mnrcn (s comlng when by her death. it wl bo impossible to glvo posses- Mrs. Aurora Clement came to son of farm3. bcllcr buy whlle you Berea as instructor in Uliu in the can gcl t1Cm. Wo have somo Dor-f- all of 1915. She was mado associate gains If taken before March IsL Professor or Latin in I9IC and Dean ' Herndon has quit his rambling or Academy Women in 1917. around, Following a severe caso of influ- -l ena in Ihe winter of 1918, she do- - Sinco tho "beautiful snow" has covered the ground, veloped cancer. She submitted to repealed operations with great ,"t at "The Bank" ho may bo seen, Conferring with his partner, Dean, courage and cheerfulness. Sho was you want a farm or home, never discouraged. She repeatedly So Just como "id lot your wants be remarked that sho regarded it her known, greatest privilege anil pleasure lo ,n facl' whate'er your needs may ba. meel her Heavenly Father. Thcso a the men whom you Her life is an example of what should see. an abiding Christian faith in God may do for an individual. It is this, Como on to persoal experience and abiding riondsliip with tho Diviuo that DEAN & HERNDON characterises Ihe Christ religion. HOME-SEEKER- S! j , i New Coal Dealer Having bought out the business formerly owned by Mr, Ballus Wilson, I am prepared to serve all his customers and all now ones, at tho samo location on Depot SlreeL Wo will deliver promptly, to all parts of the city. Give us a call or phono No. Gt. coal Mrs. Sallio Hall, Center street, will MEMORIAL SERVICE A W. F. KIDD Real Estate Berea, ake boarders by Jho week. We Clean White Kid Gloves. sModcl Press Shop. R. B. DOE Quality Clothes Shoes and as Mini up a new barber shop on Short slreeL He will appreciate he patronage of his friends. w-33 EXPERIENCED CORSETIERE During next six weoks will tako orders for Spirella Corsets. Kntlro satisfaction guaranteed. M. L. Hood, Corsetlero, 3w-3- 5 Prof. May Property ADMINISTRATOR'S All persons NOTICE Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky indebted to William Powell, deceased, aro hereby re- -i DEATH OF MRS. CLEMENT quested to make settlement with While tho death of Mrs. Clement mo on or beforo March 12, 1920. All persons who have claims has been expected for somo time, against William Powoll aro hereby V't it comes to her many friends as notified to present tholr claims to, a sjioek. To our faculty, sho was mo properly proven, as requred by," iuieo member of our household, law, on or beroro March 12, 1920, or lo hep pupils a faithful, thorough laud sympathetic teacher, and lo the samo will bo rejected. Jas. C. Bowman, Administrator.1 girls in her dormitory a mother memorial service for all men i who gave or lost their lives in the! service during (lie recent war will bo held at the Union Church, Phone 68 Ky.! 22, 1920, at tho regular church hour, II o'clock. Dr. Hulcliins. the pastor, will give the address. A special invitation is extended to all relatives of Ultra Gleawood" Boy (S4900) .iicn or women who were in the service. This Bull has been licensed and is This marks llio close of a Mem- rr&dy for sorvico at my place at bership Campaign all over the Slate west end of Berea. of Kentucky. All members of Post Ask for pedigree. Phono 120-- 3. No. 50 are Invltgd to lie present at Fee is &I.00, and Is duo when : this meeting, and if there are any service is rendered. who have not obtained their cards M. L. SPINK, BEREA, XT. and buttons they are asked to do o before Saturday, the 21sL C 0. Batson, post Adjutant ' American Legion Reg. Guernsey Bull J. S. Gott Bcrcu F. L. Kentucky- - MOORE'S CORRECT ENGLISH HOW TO USE IT $2.50 The Year Jewelry Store FOR A Monthly Magazine Send 10 First Class Repairing, AND Cents for Sample Copy to I Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. CORRECT ENGLISH PUB. CO. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS February ID, tf20 Monday, 0: 15-- TUB CITIZEN Pago Flva The Berea Bank & Trust Co. Ucport of llic condition of Till!: HKHKA WANK & TRUST CO., doing business at the town ol Herea, County of Madison, State of Ken. tucky, at the close of business on 30th day of Jan., ujio. February Hand 23 Ves-'of (Free Day) 7 :.W p. 111., per Socials, Calls. I'ruclicc j ' Tuesday, February 24 0:30-0:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapels. 7:00-8.0- 0 p. in., Hnrinoiiin, Choral RESOURCES Classes. Loans and Discounts -: Wednesday, February 25 Okcrdraft. secured and unr..,.,! J, 094. 74 a. m., Department Chapels. Stocks, Bonds, and otlur Securities 16,799.00; 3.15-5:p. mn Cabinet. Due from Hanks ,3 621.28 Cash on hand 5851.00 ''''308: 00 p. m., Vesper Exhibition. This Bank strives always to accommoThursday, February 26 Checks and other cash items. 011.35 9:30-10:Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures rf.m., Department Chapels. date its service to the particular require1,000.00 0 Other Assets not Included under any of above heads p. m., Prudential Commit, J 6. ments of its individual customers, and, at too. DesL the same time, to broaden in every way TorAI 0:15-7:3- 0 p. m., Dormitory Prayer 4J4,35-3'- ' Fourth (irailc Minnie Lcdford, Meeting. the possible scope of its activities. Of LIABILITIES 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer Meet. Dorothy Klmlred, Mnrie Lamh.Mos-si- o especial importance in this connection Capital Stock paid in, in cash French, Maymo McKlnncy. JI50, 000.00 Ing. Surplus Fund jg 000.00 is its membership in the Federal Reserve Fifth Grado Lucillo Stephens, 4', Undivided ProfitF, less expenses and taxes paid . . .! Gladys Wagers, Nellie Hayes, Ruth 097.95 SPEAKERS OF THE System, which makes for the security Deposits subject to check Jijii.jm.cfi Hopkins, Ora Lee Corncllson, Ellen MOVEMENT , 110,317.98 Titnc Deposits afforded by governmental supervision, Desl, Wilford Gaines, Willard At Berea College Cashier's checks outstanding $41-8352, 253.41 Combs. Wilbur Wynn, Fre'l Ilomin-ge- r, even as it permits still more comprehenThe Inter-ChurWorld MoveAlvls Lamb. sive service to customers. TOTAL, ment Avill rnndurt a three-da- y cam424.35'-3- f Sixth Grade -- r- Eva Simpson, Lu-eiAdams, Susie lloblnson, HowState of Kentucky. Countv of Mudisnn. AW. paign in about 300 colleges and the laller part of the week ard Wilder, Monia Anderson, Robert We, J. W. Stephens and John F. Dean, President and Cashier of tne atiove-naniei- l liank, Io solumnly swear that the above statemout is to present the ca'll to service. The Ledford. speakers who are sent In Derea folt Seventh Grade of our knowledge and belief. Gladys Todd, true to lows: Howard Hopkins. J. W. Stephens, President, Miss' Held, special represenlallve Eighjh Grado Hillis Dcrthick, John F. Dean, Cashier. of Ihe Y. W. C A. Louie Gabhard. El hoi Combs. Until Subscribed and sworn to before nn this 18th day of February, igao. Dr. A. 0. McCartney, pastor of the Johnson, Dertbick. " ? W. F. Kidd, Notary Public. Kinwnoil F.vanpeliral Church of Chi' My commission expires Jan. 13, 1924 cago, III. MR. BURGESS WRITES Dr. O. V. Drown, Dean of the School of Religion at Vandcrbilt Dunedin, Fla., '1:15.5:11 p.m., Prudential I'niversily. Nashville, Tenn. February 13, IM0 JOHN W. WELCH, President JOHN L GAY, Cashier They will address meetings of the Dear Mr. LMilor: 0:I5-- 7 UI0 p. in.. Vesper Socials, Calk A family Newipapcr for all thai l right I am here on the shore o! the Gulf 7:iU-U:l- o p. in.. Department Faculty students anil facully Friday, Sattrue, and Interesting urday, and Sunday. The public Is nf Mexic, looking on its green Meetings. College: Courses I'obllilicd try ThurxUy at llrrra, Kjr. Degrees Invited. For full Schedule, see the waters and splashed in I hem. I am ins to BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Normal: Normal School Courses: weekly calendar of events in this interested in looking at the big (IlKwpof mf4) issue of The Ciliz.cn. clumsy pelicans, as they watch th (o5Sisl) VoMathematics, Miss DcDord. WM. FROST. gulls make a dive for a fish, and cational: Agricultural (Education, J. O. LEHMAN. M.ni.nf U.tor Ihen chase it, that they may take Khun. Academy: Itcport of ComBOONE TAVERN OAKLAND OWNEKS IlEGULARLY IlF.rOIlT RETUHNS OF FIIOM 18 TO Subscription Rates rrom it the food that rightfully be mittee on Heligious Life. FounFKOM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM 8.000 TO 12.000 MILES ON TIRES The following have been in Derea PAYAHLK IN ADVANCE i longs io .Mr. liiiu. navo seen . 1. dation: Dean will assign. I1.W) i. On Y.ar tins we.'K ami nave stoppcl over people just like those pelicans, only ,K6 . Sll Month III p. m., Thrw Month. . t . . . .60 7: intendentsMeeting of Labor Super- at Ihe Tavern. more so. wilh Dean of Labor. L. C. Ducks. Virp'nin; I. II. Cohen, rVnd nwmnr bjr rntof'lr ar Kitrr. Money I am at Iho "end of my ropt Topic: Leaflets Descriptive of Louisville; Chas. F Order. Draft. Itrci.t. rid tetter, or on and two Ger. Cincinnati ent tump. ishing that my rope, Occupations. The date after your name on label .how. to II. Feldnaiighl, Clitc.iRo: C. R. was long enough to reach to Colon what date your lutiviiplton I. iald. If it I. not Saturday, February 21 chanrej within three week, after renewal notify Lexington; J. Nathan, St and Panama: even then I might ut. (Free Day Patriotic Day) Louis; M. T. Ilealy, Louisville: V. wish for more "rope." The weathe Mia.lnr numuera will be aladlr tupplle.1 if we are noUflal, h World Conference in P. Ennis, niiiras-.J. D. Turner, is delightrul now and the towns and Liberal terma glfrntoaar who obtain new tub-a- r HpUona for tie. Any one .ending ua four yearly Session. River, Mass.; I. H. Goldman. cities are rull of people from every ubecrlptlon. ran receive The Cltiaen free for !::t0-i:50 a.m.. Divided Chapek. N. V. James H. Deter, St. Louis; one year. wnere enjoying it. it was my Aarerti.inc ratee on application. College and Fourth Year Normal L. .1. Grober, New Orleans; Mrs. ft privilege to lake a thirty-mil- e rid in Upper Chapel. Address by f'. Francis, SI. Helens, Ky.; Edw wilh Mr Carrell, a friend of Mr Speakers of Ihe Inter -- Church . cox. Jackson. Ky.; Geo. II. Ward, BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY anil Mrs. Taylor, through a sec World Movement. Lexington; F. T. Snyder Lexing- lion of orange groves, CALENDAR where there (1:15-- 7 :.'W ji. in., Free Vesper Hour. THIS OAKL IND SENSIBLE SIX IS POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS ton; Cora E. Morford, Chicago; E. seemed Io be enough OVERHEAD-VALVOAKLAND ENGINE fruit to 1111 7:00 p. in., 'Varsity Game UniverV. Donaldson. Lexington; P. M. Shy, every fruit basket, and a lot to Friday, February 20 sity of Louisville at Herea. .. inciiesier; Geo. L. Doardman. spare. About all I can manage to 7:30-9:3- 0 p.m., Literary Societies. Louisville; Dr. W. M, Myere, Lou eat, out of this abundance, is h World Conference in about Sunday, February 22 isville; c. T. Kirk, Maysvillo; W. ton ntday. Session. l)&K)-9'Mop, Ludlow, Ky.. F. D. Sfaf-h a. in., Chapel conducted by World Conference In In .Tampa, where. I spent n week ford, Lexington, Speakers nf tbo Inter-ChurSession. and expect to he there again alter .Mrs. t.ooksey, mother World .MovenienU College, Voca- 9:15-10:a.m., Collcgo Sunday- of Ray leaving here, the Hoard or Trade ScllLOl. mond Looksey. of the Academy lias made every provision for the tional and Normal Girls addressed steadily growing popularity of the by Miss Heed in Upper Chapel; 0:15 7:15 p. ni., Young Peoples' Department, has been staying here comfort of the tourist, 1 try to pas THE Sensible Six among Amerin Herea during her son's illness, among that hunch. College. Vocational and Nornlal Meetings. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the Information Men and Academy Men and Woe p,m., Chapel Worship: ue is mucn neiter now than when literature and clerks are provided 0 car for continucapacity of this men addressed by Dr. Drown In! I'pper Chapel, Speaker of the he arrived last week. Even in those ous and economical service. free of charge to all. Next week districts where roads are unimproved and Main Chapel; Foundation Students' Inter-ChurWorld Movement; Gasparilla comes into the city and garage facilities arc lew and far betweeen, addressed by Dr. McCartney in the Main Chapel, Speaker of the Intcr- demands the keys. He comes in all PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES the Oakland keeps to its work day after Parish House. Churcb World Movement. the llerceness or thu savage, with E. F. Dizney, Principal day and month after month, quietly, comtho big knirc in his mouth. He gels Hits has been an eventful week It is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. fhe keys, all right, and then the for Ihe Public School. To begin with, able car, exceedingly roomy and big celebration begins. The Shiners Nie 0th month's report to llln Board and because of its high ratio of power to of Education has some record sta- are the leading ractors. Gasparill; weight, its action is brisk and responsive. tistics. Total enrollment now ill is the name or a notorious pirate Only immense manufacturing resources, and tho City or Tampa the host. So and a production of unusual magnitude, fiiu month 3.K5. Atten they spared neither time nor money dance one day 2M make possible the very moderate price at Io mako Hint event a great one. I which it is sold. Lincoln's Dirlbday, last Thursday havo learned that to travel, the im" iimg io no remembered by clujdren and visitors at the morn- traveller ought always to have three Tourino Cab and Roadster 11075 F.Q.II. I'ontiacMich. things that nro extremely necessary, ing chapel. big1 money, courtesy and saps Itcv. Hudspeth, of the Christian Church. Ie( the devotional exercises. Sometimes you may get along witn or the three, but I have round I Men the principal introduced the one out thai it pays to have all on hand. Berea, Ky. Phone 18 'orator or Ihe occasion Dr. s, When a barber charged me eighty- the instructive, inspiring, carefully preof the Union Church who is pared articles about farms, farmers and the only living man I know who has live cents Tor a shave. I round or the two llrst amounted farming; the clean, wholesome, divertseen and heard Abraham Lincoln. neither Io anything, hut when I opened on Dr. Hiitchlns dwelt on the qualities ing, entertaining, amusing fiction him with a dose of sass, he was of Lincoln lhat made, him great stories for young and old ; the thoughtready to compromise. Sass Is like qualities that will make anybody, in ful editorial discussions of current the steam of an engine, tho more aiiv age great. topics; the informative, educational, you use, the more you have. One Then the principal referred To aiv might gel too much pressure to practical departments for gardeners, other distinguished Keiiliickian, who carry comfortably. poultry keepers, bee keepers, fruit gave his life for Ihe same cause for I yester- growers, stockmen and women, in which Lincoln gave his. That was hiy. went to St. Petersburg, called on that splendid woman. mine oilier than .Ino. G. Fee, founder Miss Jean Cameron. She still has Building material is advancing, and it requires of Derea College. A I this point the great interest in Berea; talked weeks to make deliveries. We furnish material, principal introduced the only living about the new church. Hopes to child. S. Fee, son or the great or will contract and build for you. Try our see it built. rounder. Mr. Fee gave some most Patent Never Leak Galvanized Roofing. Our Tho interesting reminiscences of his larger town has grown ten times Storm Proof Barn Door Hangers give continued than it was four or five years ral her In the early days or mob per"7 ago. Its main streets aro Ilko satisfaction. Our stock of Building Supplies is No, sir I Country Gentleman subscribers "editions. a Droadway. Hoard and room costs, complete, and we can build you a modern home At tlje close or Ihe exercises Ihe are keen readers, capable farmers and so I am told, (that Is tho only way that will fill your demands. pupils ami visitor were civen a money-makerArc you one of them? I knnwi, twenty dollars a day, and chance to touch (he hand or the all taken; none to be had. than the movies; less If you have nrglcctrd to man who hail touched Lincoln; also My slopping place hero is with than half an eggt And subscribe, today is the to touch the hand of the son or Jim.1 yet many a man has saved appointed time to get Dr. ami Mrs. Gladding in their line or made a hundred or big band Thus Iho audienco filed hv bungalow, aboard the I'd and let mo tell you, they . . . . . two hundred dollars by i waggn. I'm selling seats in ... it. i, following the suggestions .,,,. ...i rmiiiiiii ill hiiiikii llnmld iii i kixiiii iriciiiix anili .irue. ii.. nr. at a dollar apiece, entiour distingiiiahed visitors. made from week to week tling you and your whole Gladding is Ihe authority on engi- -' I I ra in the Great National family to fifty two weeks Phone Day 113 his week loo. Mrs. Prof. King BEREA, KY. fn this e Night 133 enjoyFarm Weekly. Get out L &. N. Depot of begins leaching music in the Public n.jng and land surveying ,ow ami has many friends here. your dollar and come on less than ment. That's i IM'iiooi. I his, we hope has come to Tii... ,.. i.,in,.,wi,,i i.. n.. aboard I nmi two cents a week less s aj as a permanent part or tho! snd kindly greetings In their FOR A WHOLE YEAR SUBSCRIBE NOW-1.- 00 iiiiiiciiium. friends, it is interesting to note urieil scenes and feel tbo grasp of pointed. Ho has proved a tactful mis Is n record week in abscn- - Urn dllTerenl classes or peoplo hero. a friendly baud, I ant thankful for and able representative, and tho l'"s from school on account of sick-'Tcause of his change is not given hanker, the millionaire, tho ife anil that I enjoy life I liess. At this writlmr. however r... South James A. Ihugess. as yet. It may possibly bo an outCarolina rainier ami the nie- aclloii for Ihe better seems to havo plumb may be seen silting on tho come of the recent troubles with Berea, Kentucky Berea College set in. Mexico over the capture or AmeriWORLD NEWS same seat in the park, listening to Mrs. Dalson supplies for Mrs, Out) (COBtlBUU tro cans by bandits and tbo diversity An euthorlitd eubenlptlon rtprcttnutltt ef tho same music or fishing nut of the Will Clark and Mrs. Abney for Mrs. same boat. Distinctions are not so presented tho United Stales tn or policy that has been quite apTttfCtKittrjOestlesua IblaWKomJsinal TbsSetarlsyltejebgfW Simon Muncy. faa-IZ.- M UUeet-il- M marked as in the North in tho homo Mexico for somo time, has resigned, parent in retain! to tho treatment i: All children of the school will soon life. When I look on all theso and no successor has yet been ap of Mexico. ,'' 30 1 1 11 3:15-5:2- ho given a chance for a frco physical examination by Iho medical staff the lloblnson Hospital. This should bo encouraged in every way to make il n complete success. Hie following Is the honor roll for llie,filh month: First (irailc Ernest Cornelius, Pauline Deri hick, Mary Lee Hacked, Hazel Vlars. Laura Todd. Second Grade- Mary llominger. Grace Chnsteen, Kelly Wagers, Car-lMiincy. Mabel Lamb, Third Grade Earlo Dales, Donald Hopkins. Convery Anderson, Zclma lleece, Winnie Cornel Ison, Mabel j us OUR AIM INTER-CHURC- H ch an the-bes- Berea National Bank The Citizen a Uitor-ln-Chl- 1 -- . ed Inter-Churc- E liiter-Cliure- r OAKLAND Inter-Churc- ch SENSIBLE SIX 15 7;.'I0-H:3- well-mad- ch ! easy-ridin- g; You Won't Go to Sleep Over Boone Tavern Garage Hut-ehm- DON'T WAIT! Get Your Tobacco Barn Now GENTLEMAN s. "IRe COUNTRY STEPHENS & MUNCY wide-awak- Nr David J. Lewis he ttf u-.-- u.rt Pago Six TUB CITIZEN February 10, 1020 cowley College Physician attyfigiggMMMyWM HgggkgggMjH THE NEW HOSPITAL DR. HARLAN DUDLEY Associate College Physician Bercafis Fully Equipped with Able Physicians and Modern Hospital to Promote the Good Health of Her Many Students MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Community Meetings of the "Blue Grass State" of the Louisville Board of Trade and State Bankers with HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Martjarct Dizney, Director of Home Science delicate and delicious creamed or WINTER VEGETABLES The samo recipe will winter months when it is scalloped. Impossible to get tho moro delicate serve tor each vegetable Tho vegflavored vegetables from our gar- etables should first be cooked in dens and a city market is impossible, boiling, salted water until lender the provider has to content herself and no longer. Vegclabcs aro often with the coarser vegetables as cab-ba- spoiled and loso their doicacy by Our rarrota, oi(ionr, etc. Creamed Turnips storerooms should provide us with Pare nud rut the turnips into half canned green beans, corn. etc. Tho coarser vegetables servo the same inch tubes. Cook until tender In purpose ns tho most delicate one's boiling salted water. Pour oft water, saving the water to uso In soup or and equally well. Mrs. Richards says in her book, gravy. Dress with a white sauce--, Cost of Food, "Observations of tho allowing half as much sauco as you habits of young people in America, have turnip cubes. One cup to each ast and west, north and south, leads pint. '.' cups white sauce the author to tho conclusion that tho I tablespoons butler use of sapid vegetables in a suitable i tablespoons flour win very much neglected; that It teaspoon salt is most unfortunate when 'I do not 2 cups hot milk like turnips', 'I do not cat squash' Melt butter, arid Hour and salt and are heard at every table; that collego students avoid green vegetables un- mix smooth. Pour over holmllk "Cook less they are disguised in soups slowly stirring constantly. and sauces. There aro many good until (hick in doublo boiler. Scalloped Cabbage ends served by theso despised roots Shred the cabbage and cook twenand leaves, not the least of which Is 'sinning.' Sinco tho twentieth cen- ty minutes or half an hour In boiling tury digestive lube is in tlangcr or salted water. When cooked, drain irrowing tip, contracting to a string and place in a baking dish and mix willi it half as much whlto.sauco as for lack of digestive material." Cover with buttered The winter vegetables are also cabbage. important in supplying mineral crumbs. Bake until crumbs aro salts necessary to keep the system brown. in a healthful condition. Buttered Crumbs To have as largo a variety as Melt one or two tablespoons of possible in the course or n week Is butler. Stir into one cup or flno desirable as different vegetables bread crumbs. supply different mineral salts. A Beels aro delicious served with a raw vegetable should bo served at drawn butter sauce. least once n day when obtainable. Drawn Butter Sauce Celery, cabbage, onions, grated car-ro- ta (Miss Farmer) cup butter and turnips can bo obtained by all during tho winter. These all 3 tablespoons flour cups hot water combine well with apples for salads. -2 teaspoon salt The faithful potato because of lis teaspoon pepper. lack or high riavor serves us in many combinations with stronger flavored Melt one half tho butter,. add flour foods. Mashed turnips or carrots with seasonings ami pour on gradu may be mixed with an equal amount ally hot water. Boll flvo minutes, of mashed potato and seasoned with and add remaining butter in small huller, salt and a little pepper. t pieces. A Utile vinegar may bo add- Serve very hoU Boots aro deli- 'ed if liked. cious served in this way. OccasionTins quantity Is sufficient for a ally, for a chango, make up in cakes, quart of beet cubes. put a dot of butler on top or each Many stews can be made with tho cako arter rolling in fiour, and winter vegetables In combination brown in tho oven. with a small quantity of meaL ReTurnips, carrots, cabbage, pota- cipes for these wero given In Tho toes, onions and squash aro very Citizen, Jan, ai, 1018. In the Fh over-cookin- g. 1 1 -2 -8 Investigator raising poultry are invited to attend. One of our Slate Poultry Specialists will bo present. .Orders will be taken for eggs and cockerels at jliis meeting. Seasonable questions will be discussed. Wo wish to have all breeders present Barred Rocks, Wyandotts, horns, R. I. Heds and so forth. The meeting will ho held in the assembly room of the Berea Bank & Trust Company. PRUNING BIG POULTRY MEETING. BEREA, to grow smaller, and loses Its color SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST. and flavor because the air and sun- ple in Berea who aro woll awaro of There will be a general poultry light cannot pass thru tho thick the remarkable results accommeeting held in Berca, Saturday branches. plished in their homo counties by morning at 10:00 o'clock, Feb. 21st. Many old orchards have been neg- tho Farmers Community Meetings All people who are interested in lected for some time and as a result are choked with water sprouts and dead limbs. Trees in this condition should not ho pruned all in one year. Tho first year remove the suokers, and all of the dead wood and tho most objectionable crossing branches. Tho second season more of the unnecessary crossing branches may be cut out.. After this a light pruning each year will do. Prune regularly, not spasmodically. Head in young trees, thin out old trees. Prune during the dormant season. Prune close; do not leave stubs. Paint all largo wounds. Keep the tree free from suckers. Do not allow stock to prune your trees. Water sprouts arc the result of too heavy pruning. . An axe or hatchet is not a pruning tool. Unpruned, unsprayed and uncultivated orchards arc not money makers'. this season of the year It becomes imperative that the man who intends to produce fruit of even fair quality and in reasonable quantity or in abundance, turn his attention to the correct pruning and spraying of his trees or vines. In view of this fart it is thought seasonable to offer a few suggestions on pruning. Why We Prune 1. To modify (lie vigor of tho At The orchard is not a profitable source of firewood. In pruning grapes remember that the fruit grows on tho new wood of the present season's growth, which springs from wood grown tho preceding season. Wood that bore last jured parts. 0. To facilitate spraying and season will not hear again. For this reason grapes should be cut back harvesting. 7. To train the tree in some de- very severely in order to stimulate plenty of new healthy wood growth. sired form. The fruit is borno near tho base and Pruning Fruit Trees j Pruning is a necessity where good ordinarily one shoot should not be fruit is desired. An unpruned tree allowed to produce over four cluscan never be expected to produce ters. fruit of high quality. With the best NOTES tilled trees if we cease pruning for. Is your seed corn good? Better a few years the fruit has a tendency lest it and see whether it will grow or not. produce fruit' that will bo larger and belter. 3. To keep the tree in proper and convenient shape. 4. To change tho habit of tho tree. 5. To remove superfluous or in2. To ' plant. Use Treat your oats for smut. one pound formalin to SO gallons Oats No. 2 white 8080Hc, No. 3 of water. Wet your oats thoroughwhite 880' 88 He, No. 2 mixed 80 ly. Let them dry and then seed. 80 He, No. 8 mixed 87088c. The formalin can bo gotten at drug Butter, Eggt and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creuiuery extras stores. We, tint 00c, seconds 00c, faucy dairy 08 c. Tako care of the Iambs. Do not Ebks Extru Brut Otc, firsts 48c, orlet them freeze. Wool is high. dinary firsts 47c. Live Poultry Fowls 4H lbs and over 80c, under 4 lbs 35c, roosters 22c, Prepare your garden. Use limo ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 80c, and manure. Buy your seeds that young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 40c. have a guaranteo of purity and gerLive 8tock. mination. Cattle Steers, Rood to choice $110 12.00, fulr to good $9011, common to fair $00; heifers, good to choice $0.00011.00, fair to good $800.0", PROTESTS BAR TO U. S. MEAT common to fair $008; cows, good to choice $0010, fulr to good $7.0000, Agriculture Minister Want cuuuers $4.0005.00; stock steers $0.o0 British German Orders Against Amerl. 07.00, stock heifers $0.0008 50. of tho afternoon. can Products Revoked. Culvea Good to choice $10.00020, Tho speakers at theso meetings fair to good $15010.00, common und Berlin, Feb. 13. Provincial author dealt with every phaso of commu(urge $0013. Hogs Selected It leu In frontier and coast dlMrlotn heavy shipper various-slatdepart$14.00010, good to choice packers and have been requested by the Ilrlllsh nity life, as butchers $15.000 15.75, medium $10.75, minister of agriculture to revokt any ments and other organizations wero commou to clioliu heavy fat sows u order Issued by them prohibiting lro represented. Dr. Francis Sage 012.00. light MitpiHT $10, pigs (110 portutlons of fresh meat from the Bradley, reconlly In Berea repre lu&tf) $10014. lb und j senling Onlted States. the Bureau of Children's $34 88.60. J I ' CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and drain. Corn No. 2 white $1.54Q1.B0, No. 2 yellow $1.001.02, No. 8 yellow $1.16 01.48, No. 2 mixed $1.4801.00. No. 3 mixed M.4IGU0, whtto ear $1,000 1.G2, yellow car $1.0001.02. Hound Hay Timothy per ton $320 80.00, clover mixed $32.00035, clover Have you gotten your eggs for hatching? Now is tho time to make arrangements. Come to the poultry meeting Saturday to enter your orders. care of children. The State Board of Health was represented by Doctors A. T. McCormack, Blackahy and J V. Willenhurg, who handled and held last summer, for tho story has plained the general health prob-'i'ii- is been spread far and wide. Among of the state. The American (lie papers that have published ar- Red Cross was represented by Dr. ticles in regard to this work arc: S. k. Brewster, his subject being "The Louisville Board of Trade "Rural Relief Work." Tho church .1 n u r a a I," "The Banker-Farmer- ," and religion in the rural community 'The Manufacturer's Record," and was boosted by representatives of "The Billboard." 'lie Young Men's Christian AssociaTho original idea of this State De- - tion, including Professors F. O. velopmenl was formed by tho late Clark and C. K. Yogel. of Berea. John B. McFerran, who is widely The various phases of educational known and loved throughout the work were presented by Professors O Gilbert, Virgil Chapman and stale and who has had a great, un-'selfish interest in the development Mellenry Rhoades, all representing of our rural communities. At a the Stale Board of Education. The conference in tho early part of 1010, problems of the home were pro-i- t. was decided to conduct "Such a sented each afternoon most The cooperation and ently by Miss Dora Sonncnday. support of the slato bankers, with Agriculture was given an Import-Ib- e Louisville Board of Trade, as ant place on the program. Each well a a few individuals, made'tho branch of the work was taken up work possible. Plans were Jm- - by a specialist of that particular mediately made, and tho movement subjecu. Among the various farm was soon on fool. Mr. James Speed problems considered were tho General Director of tho work, 'owing: "Organization of tho Farm-M- r. B. J. Sandman was local or- - ers. bv OeolTry Morgan: "Silos ganizer .and advanco man, John and Beef Cattle," by Wayland Speed, Robert Cochran, and 0. R. Rhoades; H. R. Niswonger, garden expert, and Prof. Anderson, speoial-The- se Carrithers were field managers. meetings wero hold for a isl in animal husbandry, spoko on duration three, days n each their respective phases of farm county, and forty-tw- o counties were operation. The Department of fortunate enough to obtain one of Aerlcullure furnished an abundance lhej meetings. These counties of motion picluro films, which are scattered over the entire state, illustrated many vital facts, Lawrence and Johnson estinu not only to the farmers, but in tho oxtremo eastern part of tho to all people who live in tho rural state, and Livingston and Marshall communities. Among the pictures Counties, in the far western corner, shown were such as "How to Build An accurate record of tho attend- - a Silo," "A Modern Poultry Farm," ance was kept by the field manag- - "Strawberry Growing in Warren ers who were in charge of tho County" and "Construction of The accompanying table Good Road." Theso pictures wero gives an itemized record of the not only entertaining, but as well as the total for tional and instructive, both to the entire circuit of the state. Tho children and adults. Many proml-peop- le who made the entiro oir- - nent men at tho various meetings cuit used almost every method of expressed their regret that this transportation whilo making tho h'V of motion pictures was not campaign for belter communities, shown oftcner. They averaged noarly 300 miles, The people of Berea know Mr. over railroads, rivers, and country James Speed and remember that wo road. There was no obstaclo wero fortunato enough recently, to great enough to prevent each one hear him In one of his "Nature'' from fulfilling his mission for lectures. Ho has been a lycoum which he was so well fitted. ind chaulauqua lecturer for several 'years he has studied naturo and Attendance Record of the Farmer .o ,ifo of ,,ir(l3 and anlmaIs con. Community Meetings Usually. He has also studied and To'0'3 is extremely interested in the pro- Forty-tw- o meetings 86771.1 gressivo farming of this slato and First day 22.325 tho development of tho rural day 31,433 munilles. Mr. Speed Is now editor Third day 32,953 of tho Southern Agriculturist. It Afternoon 29,043 'was through him that tho chau- Evening 50,705 tauqua Idea of thoso meetings was Averages put Info practice. During tho cam-Eathree-da- y meeting 2,005 palgn last summer, llttlo was seen , Each day 668 of Mr. Speed, but if tho reader had Each afternoon 238, taken a peep Into tho office or tho Each evening 450 Stato Development Committee, The figures show that tho interest' Board of Trado Building, ho would in the meetings grow dally, and . havo soon him at his desk with a that the evening attendance avor- - largo map of tho stato bororo him, V. cfflcl-campai- git fol-was the Farmers By OLIVER R. CARR1THERS. Field Manager There is a large number of peo- Welfare, diseused the ft inler-includir- wr cduca-atlendan- ce corn-Seco- nd ch ( tlon, his large army which was in tho field. Tho writer does not deem it necessary to givo a detailed account of tho work Accomplished by theso moollngs; the probabilities am that tho readers of Tho Citizen ; aro moro familiar with some of th remarkable results. However it may bo well to quoto in part a fow letters written by prominent citizens. Mr. A. D. Keith sent In tho rollowlng report: "Tolosboro has been awakened as never beroro. Sinco our community meeting, wo have had $4,000 subscribed for a graded school and wo will incrcaso it to at least to $0,000 which tho county board will Incrcaso by an equal amount, thus enabling us to havo a better school. Our pcoplo aro subscribing liberally for tho improving of piko3 In (his community. "Wo aro also glad to say that they aro taking moro Interest In public sanitation and all other public questions, duo t(r tho forctblo presentations by tho speakers, whom wo found to bo ablo and thoroughly interested in tho work. Such mon as thoso you sent us will havo a marked cfTeot upon tho communities visited. "Steps havo been taken to form club, and wo assuro you that this will be done as soon as Mr. Morgan can come back to completo his work, enough of our people having already pledged their assistance to this nfivcmcnt. "This work, so unselfishly conceived by noblo minds and so thoroughly carried out. Is a movo in the right direction, and should bo taken up each year, ns I know of no better way to reach the people. "Wo deslro a return of theso meetings to our town next year, that tho work started may bo and wo promise a moro enthusiastic audience. Pleaso book us." Tolosboro Is fifteen miles from the railroad and has a population or only 150 pooplo. Chas. II. Ellis, banker or Slurgls, a community com-plotcd, wrote; "Your programs rendered in this vicinity wero greatly enjoyed and woll attended. Thoro is no doubt but that tho meetings holp to mould (Ceatlaaet on Ftge us) February 19, II THE CITIZEN United Slates government, with one of the Wright brothers on tho scene, made Its preliminary test of nlrphinos In this city before adopting Ibeui for the service of the Utilttil States. To Hie Wright In iers Oenerm ABOUT Metioher has given the credit for the development of the nlrphuie to the sfmidnrds ,,f The use. irnrtlcnl Wrlghlx themselves, however, nlwnyx MANY OF CAPITAL RESIDENTS gave credit to Hie pioneers In the field Dy REV. D. D. SUTCLirFR CITY HAVE NEGLECTED TO Bitenaion Drptrtmrnt, Mood? OIU Work of the Pioneers. VISIT THEM. lutltuU, Chktgi) In the Sinlihsoulnn Institution In this city Ix a tablet to the memory of TIIXT l'owr bclongflh unto UoU- .- BLADENSBURG IS CLOSE BY Samuel I'lerponl Lnngloy. who com pletod' Hie first r inn chine which nctiinlly flew. Not long tto.ititfi nml .mini ton ngo scientists emnn to Wnshlngton people, make the mlxtnke of looking Scene of Militia's Defeat by Invading from all over the country to pny trlb British and Famous Dueling Ground tlte to the powtor xpirittinl memory of thlx scientist. Draddock's 8tone I.nngley, who Fort Stevens, er In something through. the yenrx with that inniT h a x and Arlington Are Interesting. stood the Jibe. nml the Joorx of men lusleail of who cnlhd him n rrnnk nnd worse Dy EDWARD B. CLARK. that "powwn convinced Hint one day of mor would Ily. Lnngley kept at his er belotigeth unto Washington. Some resident" Washington Hod." To obtain Washington do not know work, mill today he Ix acknnwledgei' xvr power thlx of Hcorex n" Its environs. nx having been the llrst man to make get rid must llrst residents here nlso do not know ii hoitvler ibniinlr machine actually ' It n.v of nny .den that Wnshlngton environs. Ilx nnd man ban It or Is left for the cnsunl visitor, the sight-seeTwenty year ngo nnd more there can ncrpilre It to tenrii of thlx town nnd nil Hint liod ,1ii Chlcngo end then It nnd Its neighborhood hold of historic Oetave Cliamitp. an engineer named n mnn of French exrelj Interest. must we tinction, who believed Hint I wholly upon Ood nre oni dny man nlso firmlynnd would not II Ix n safe wager Hint there would Ily It In mi.ny senntnrs nnd to exerrlse represenlntlvex need r apparatus tn en nnd thniugh us. now sitting under the dome of the nble hlin to do so. It wax Octnvo Ix full The Illlilo cnpltol who never hnve visited Mr.tint w ho developed the plnne Iden. It of lllustratlonx ot Vernon, the residence nnd the plnce U known that the Wright brothpr. n the truth of thlx statement. of htirlnl of Oeorge Wnshlngton. youth, were pupil of Chiintitc, nnd l or Instance, splrltunl iKiwer does Wnshlngton hnx hundred of visitor Hint they witnessed some nf hi oxpor not depend on ii ninn'x ncuulred abilhnve come In etitx. nt nil sousoiix, people who ity, nx wltnexx Moses. He wnx learned hf re to see the places of Interest, nnd Oclnvp Cbamitp wax n pioneer In reHip wisdom of Hip Kgypllnnx. Hi nil who In iidvnncp hnve prepared lists set of the thing which they feel Hint they search; I.nngley wn n pioneer In hilt thlx could not ennble him to neeompllshment. nml the Hip ihllilren of Israel free. Hp must must see. Those visitors do the thing Wright brothers were the nccom spend forty yenrx In thu backside of n thoroughly nx It c'nn be done with.li plishers. The development of the desert unlearning much Hint he lh time which they allot for .heir I he nlrplnup ha entire occupied only ahmr hnd neiiilred In the schools of I'gypt xtny. There nre men nnd women, and ii score of yenrx. In F.urope l.lllenthal before he wnx rendyto be nn Instrueven children, living In dlstnnt pnrts nnd otherx were experimenting, their ment nf Hod's power. All of hlx tic-- i of the country who know more about work In n measure following the Hne , ii red nhlllty wnx useless in brlng'ng Wnshlngton tlinn do xome nf Ilx of those of Clinnute. who wax In oorro Kgypl. about the plagues which cursed tPtniKirnry nnd pcrmnnent. sMUidonee with hlx Kuropean col for feeding the people In tin wilder-liesDladensburg Is Historic. leagues In the experimental field. nml bringing witter from the rock. Close tn the city of Wnshlngton Relief In the Embassies. Hut, linked with Hod, he hnd only tn there Is n plnce culled Illndensbnrg. In the embassies of the allied tintlon speak nml the miinnn fell for the In many stories nf the political and of the people. He hnd but tn wnrllke eventx In which the city of In Washington there nre signs of rellei smite Hip solid rock with Hip rod nud Wnshlngton Illndensburg mid something as near approaching figures, the purp. frpsh water came forth. happiness nx ambassadorial faces are looms Inrge. It wnx there Hint the Learning Alone of No Avail. United Stnte allowed to show. Victory for the nr mllltln nf the Again, thlx miwit Ix not found In wnx met nnd overrun by the Mrltlsh lilies of the United States and of the Witness the learning of the schools. tioopx In their advance on Washing- nlllex had itx rejuvenating effect on Hip work of IVter. who wnx nn ton, nt the time they captured the city everybody In the embassies from the nml Ignorant innn. nx fnr us nnd burned the cnpltol nnd the White ambassadors down to the messengei boys. He House. the schools were concerned. What wonder? For year there wn prenches. with three lhniianil xouts Illndensliiirg, Is n historic plnce for snved nx the result of one sermon, lie other rensons. It wnx n grent dueling stress, anxiety and labors unto midMen preaches to the confusion nf the schol-nrlground In the old dnyx when men were night In all of the embassies. leaderx In Jenisnletn, milking them bent on settling disputes on wiint they wore themselves down to whnt peop'i feel their crime of murdering Jesus cnlled the field of hnnor. It wnx to like tn enll n frazzle In the hard wor'. Christ. Such Miwer belong not tn illrdensbiirg Hint Stephen Decnlur nf "keeping up wPh the situation.' , mere learning which men tnny get. went In the grny of the morning one The henrt nnxletlex were deep deeti-erof course, before the United State but unto Ood, who xtntidx behind n hundred yenrx ngo to meet In person-u- l mnn yielded to Mm. pistol combat Commodore Unrron entered Into Jhe wnr tjian they w;erc Again, this (wiwer Ix not found In of the United Stntcs nnvy. On the nf forward, hut deep nlwnys up to th( any special mitiinil nptltude or fitness field of Illndensburg the grent xnllor. xlgnlii1 of 'the armistice In November of men. Most people think Srimson Stephen Decnttir, fell mortally wound- last. wnx n glntit In hlx phvslcnl developPrior to thp entrance nf the United ed by a bullet from his adversary's weapon. The Decatur house, built and Slntex Into the war the German nnd ment. They linnglnp him nx n mnn, to whom occupied by the sailor, still stands In Austrian nlnbnssndors were engaged Yentx nf physlcnl nrnwesx were as the city nf Wnshlngton. work, trying to keep In propaganda nothing, llijt (f such were the ense. Out Seventh street wny and well sympathy for the Oermnn alive In the v'lthln the city nre the reinnlnx of Fort United Stntes. nnd tryl"E nlso to ctIih the woman Delllnh wnithj never Inquired wherein 'dx xtrength 'ny. Stevens. When the Confederate gen- pie thp Industries of this country so Itather, Samson wnx n eral. Knrly, threntened the city from Hint they could not produce along laweffemliinle xort of mnn, with hlx lone the norlhenst, troops were hurriedly ful line. The embassies of the allies hair and soft, smooth skin, mid the brought to the city nnd Fort Stevens were not supplied with fund even for surprise to hlx enemies mid the wom- wnx manned. After a smart skirmish proper propaganda work, except In an wnx hlx supernatural xtrength when the Confedorntex retrented. Ahrnhnm smnll measure, and It Is understood Lincoln, then president of the United Hint the French embnssy bad no funds there wnx no sign of It In hlx mnke-uStntex, went out tn Fnrt Stevens tn for this purpose. It wnx Oiod'x power, not witness the fight. He stood exposed The work of the allied embassies In fur some time to the Confedernte .Ire. trying tn offset the Oermnn propngnn-d- n Once more, thlx power Ix not In outFort Stevens nnd Its historic Interest ward equipment, but Inwnrd retlnnce wa difficult because ,of this Inck upon Ood. When (lolliith enme forth seem nenrly forgotten todny, except of fund nnd because the United tn moot David, he hnd nil the outwnrd by the men nnd women who come here Stnte wns netwnrked with n systPin equipment nnd physical power to confrom n distance to see Wnshlngton. nf Oermnn esplonnco. President Wilquer nn nrmy. David had none of son. Immcdlntely nfter our entry Into Where Braddock Landed. , thlx. but wnx n mere, slip of a boy. the wnr. mnde public the results of 1'robnbly not many persons In to nintch with n sling nnd stone Inwmnkers, olllce holders ot Invpstlgntlons Into the Oermnn violaHip Hut sword nnd shield. residents, know thnt General Uraddnck tions of tho neutrality of the United event proved that nn arm mid hand landed his forces from barges on the Stntes, nnd of their attempts) at deyielded tn nml directed by Ood were I'otomnc nt a point well within the struction of our Industries. mightier limn the power of the man piesent limits of the city, nnd from Jucserand Is Rejuvenated. who by hlx very presence, so territhere marched on his unfortunnte camThe other afternoon I spent an hour ble wax It. could make nn nrmy quake. paign Into western Pennsylvania, acAgain, there nre those who think companied by the young surveyor sol- or two nt the French embassy, talking Ambassador Jussernnd who hnd will accomplish Hint grent numbers The pluce with returned to this country. Like dier, Oeorge Washington. the Lord'x work, but the story of where Ilrnddock landed Is known af Just mid hlx smalt bnml refutes this I'riiddock's Hock, and Its location U other representatives of the allied powers he Is n dlffen nt mnn today to lilen. Ax In Oldoon'x enso, Inrge numwell detlned on the maps and In the whnt he was n year ago. A burden bers sometimes (iid only to stenl nwny histories. the power nnd make human effort ImArlington, the home of the Custlser heavier than lend seems to hnve lifted He Ix buoyant potent. I'ower, real power, boloiigeth mid Inter of Itobert H. I.ee, Is now a from his shoulders. unto Hod. It workx nil unseen nml gteut national cemetery. Arlington, to nnd hopeful for the future. He nlwnltx for the one who will obey. ThP Im sure, Ix In Ylrglnln, but It Is within wnys wns hopeful, for that matter, inensiiro of the Christian's obedience ten minutes' ride of tho city of Wnsh- even In the darkest dnys, but now he "will be the measure of that Chrlstlitn's lngton. The view down the Potomac seems like a mnn who rejoices IJint power. The question Ix not how much from Washington Is unsurpassed fot something besides wnr can claim hlx I nntuml or nrqillred ability Ix beauty. Thousands upon thousands of attention. Ambassador Jussernnd not how much outwnrd oqul the nation's dead lie hurled under n writer of note among the writers of iiient Ix nt hand, not how great the the great tree. The old colonial man- the world. He told me how the French apprenumber present, but how far will they sion of tho Ciistlscx and the Lees still obey? stnndx. in It Itobert K. I.ee wus mar- ciated the unfailing humor mid wit of The Power of the Spirit ried to Mis Cost Is, and It wits there the Amerlcnn soldiers. He went to the prophet, xnyx the In later years, that he decided to cast France with President Wilson nnd re.oclmr'nh. turned with him, and consequently ArlingLord'x work Is done "not by might nor U'h lot with the Confederacy, by MWor, but by my Spirit, snlth tin ton Is more or less neglected by the was In his homo country for about six temporary nml permanent residents ot moiith. He sntd Hint Jie wns talking Lord." .lesus sayx the thlngx "Impo. slide with man nre posslhlo with Ond." thu city of Wnshlngton, but the visitors to a French general now tn command Ho does not say they lire oxslble to from a dlst n nee go to the beautiful of thu forces In Paris but who Inst summer wns In command of mi army fnct, but place In thousands nt ull seusons. Hod. that Ix n at the front, nnd wns told iy the genof burial nf Oeorge Washington. he snyx they nre possible with Oml Things Impossible with man, linked First U. S. Army Plane Decade Ago. eral Hint one dny when an Amerlcnn Mnjor General Mcnoher, head of the force hnd been tn continuous action though ho may bn with all the natural iy acquired ability III the world, with ulr service, sent u telegram to Orvllli for n long time, and It seemed necesnil the learning nnd wIfiIoiii of the Wright the other day, the occasion be- sary that It should he relieved, he world, become nut only posslhlo but ing the tenth anniversary of the do telephoned an American brlgudler geneasy of accomplishment to (ho man livery of the IlrSt airplane to the gov eral thnt he might withdraw hlx who Is linked vytli Ood, And the hold- eminent of the United States. Th force for n rest. 'The brigadier general," xnld ing, binding nml unchanging link over telegram road us follows: Jussernnd, "told me that the "The congratulations of the ulr servwhich (iod's power runs Is simple obediice are extended to you on the tentl American general In reply to the perence unto him. anniversary of the delivery of Hit mission to withdraw for a rest, said first airplane to the government ol 'It will be Impossible tn withdraw for Angels Could Do No More. the United Slates, llrst In the world tc several hours, because 1 have 2.1,000 Who doex the best Ills clreiiinstnnceH acquire u dynamic aircraft. The alt German shell here which the Huns left allow, Doex well, nets nobly; angels could do service appreciates to tho full tin behind nnd nf course being an honest Young. debt owed by manklmi imin I want tn return them to them. no more; tu tho Wright brothers, whose fore- We nre sending them bnck to them Knowing Himself. sight, Indefatigable, research and prac- out of our of 7.1'h Just nx fust as we Man Is mi apprentice, pnln Is ilx tical application have aided world can." tnnster; nnd nono knows himself so progress through tho Invention of s Longungo Is simply a medium for now means of communication." Innn as he tins not sulTered. De It was ubout a decade ago that ths concealing thought. Talleyrand- - Pago Sevea noted for Hip faithfulness, as to quantity and qnnllty, with which they were put up, that It Is said any barrel of flour Hint bore the brand of Oeorgo Wnshlngton, Mount Vernon, was exempted from the customary Inspection In the West Indln ports. He rose early, often before daybreak In the winter when the nights were long. On such nccnxlons ho lighted his own fire, nnd Ho wrote or read by candlelight. brenkfnstcd nt seven In summer, nt eight In winter. . . , Immediately nfter breakfast he mounted his horse, nnd visited those pnrts of the cstnto whero any work wnx going on, seeing to everything with his own eyes, and often with hlx own hnnd. Relaxation In Giyetle. Occasionally ho and Mrs. Washington would pny n visit to Annapolis, at Hint time the sent of government of Mnrylnnd, nnd pnrtnkc of the gayetlrs which prevailed during the session of the legislature. The society of these sents of provincial governments wna polite and fashionable, nnd moro exclusive than In these republican dnys, being, In a mnnner, the outposts of tho tlrlttsli aristocracy, whero all places of dignity nnd profit were secured for younger sons nnd poor but proud relatives. During tho session of tho legislature dinners nnd balls abounded, and there were occasional attempts at Tho Intter wns an amusement for which Washington always had a relish, though he never had an opportunity to gratify It effectually. Neither was he disinclined to mingle In tho dance ; nnd we remember to have heard venerable Indies, who had been belles In his dny, pride themselves on having hnd him for a partner, though, they ndded he wns npt to be a ceremonious and grave one. In this round of rural occupation, rural amusement, nnd soclnl Intercourse, Washington passed several tranquil yenrs. Hlsnlready established reputation drew many visitors to Mount Vernon ; some of his early companions In arms were his occasional guests, and his friends and connections linked him with some of tho most prominent nnd worthy people of the country, who were sure to bo received with cordial but simple and unpretending hospitality. He was active by nature, and eminently a man of business by habit. As Judge of the County court, and member of the house of burgesses, he had numerous calls upon his time and thoughts, and was often drawn from home; for whatever trust he undertook he was sure to fulfill with scrupulous exactness. Washington Irving. 'imhoved tmtroiM iktiinationii KISJQPtIG PLACES MOUNT VERNON IN EARLY DAYS Irving's Description of Washington's Home Brings Famous Spot Vividly Before Reader. VUUNON SlINMrSOIOOL iiy The Secret Power of U'op) iti:v. i it i ii.waii.ii, u. u.. lliult Ttrlir ot KnuliatiI'hlmKa In lh Mood? I II. I. k lrittliit rf Mr Lessor la WASHINGTON hi I wairn Nwiptr Union) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY PETER WRITES ADOUT TIAN LIVING. 29 CHRIS- r. henvler-thiin-nl- wns MOUNT situated on a swelling John !.. tn he wulkol. - Doing ua JrKilt I'ltlMAItV TOPIC1 Il-l.l.rtON TKXT- -1 I'rlrr J.I-I(Ull.DKN TKXT-l- lr thai tilth he ahld-t- h in him ought hhtuHf itlo so to walk, Who Wiong tin INTKKM KDIATK AND MZNIOIt TOPIC Nohlllly of 1'a.tlrncr. Tl Yiil NO I'KOIM.i: AM) AIH'I.T TOPIC html for Christian Uvlnic if I'otor wnx to eslnb-llrlwere passing through MllTcrlng mill testing. Sw fur example :7. .1:14. 4:IU. r.:() I. Christian Growth (vv. liln life Tlii Christian nhtnllis through I In- - new lilrili. urn! I lie ugeiil nf It nccoliipllshmcht If lite Word Tin- - Mime vltiillr of Ood (1 :it). I np nml energizing power which make the believer b child of Ood Ix pssen-tinIn to growth nml order In hnve spiritual growth there must he Imtli ri'iiiiiirliitliin nml appropriation. 1. Itfntitii'lnllon (r. 1). Certain tiling Injurious to ilrlttuil life must hp put nwny (1) nut nil wicked nex. Hint Ix. tlir "III to do Injury in others without cnti : ') KilIU wit of nil kinds: (.1) li immtIsIpx feigning to Ik what one Ix not ntnn Ing n fnlso appearance; (I) otitic hatred of other beenuse they poxpsx exrollencle which we do not: (1) evil xponkltig- - nil kind of xlnndoroii speaking agnlnf other. 2. Appropnntloii (Vv. 2, r). (1) Hplrlitml fiHHl must he taken (v. '.). The principle of the now life wnx through the Wonl (I :'J3). nml the Wonl In llic mean by which Hint life Ik to lip strengthened nml developed. Jut n n new born bnhe Iovpk milk, so men who nre horn ncnln lovo tlio Illlilo. (2) Splrltunl food must lip nsslmiltited (v. .1). 'Dip Word of (IihI ttiitrl In" received nml asslm IIhIpiI by meditation. 3. TIip grand objective (vv. 4. ft). It U coming to Chrlxt to crow up nml becntiip ii pnrt nf the glorious cliurcli. the spiritual house, which In designed to show forth tli glory of Jl'NIOIt TOI'IC-ll- ow to Trt did Thus y Tin nil wlio ptinoe i r, 1 li agjF llgliter-lhnn-iil- Clin-util- t . crowned with wood, nnd commanding n magnificent view up mid down the Potomac. The ground Immediately nbout It were laid out somewhnt In the Kngllsh tnste. The estate wns npportloned Into soih nrate farms, devoted to different kinds of culture, each having Its allotted laborers; much, however, wns still covered with wild woods, seamed with deep dells nnd runs of wnter, nnd Indented with Inlets haunts of deer and lurking places of foxes. . , . "No estnte In United America," observed Wnshlngton In one of his letters, "Is more pleasantly situated In n high and healthy country; In a latitude between the extremes of best nnd cold; on pne of Hie finest rivers In the s world, n river well stocked with kinds of fish nt all seasons of the your." . . . These were ns yet the nrlstocrntlcal days of Virginia. The cstntes were s Inrge, nnd continued In the snme by entail. Jinny of the wealthy planters were connected with old fani- vnrl-oilfnm-llle- ('-- I resl-dints- x con-voje- ... d George Washington. Famous Portrait by Pcale. The young men, ille.x In England. especially the elder son, were often sent to finish their education there, nnd on their return brought out the tastes and hnblts of the mother country. The governors of Virginia were from the higher ranks of society, and maintained a corresponding state. The "established" or Episcopal church predominated throughout the "ancient dominion," as It was termed. . . . Lived Jn Opulent Splendor. A style of living prevailed among the opulent Virginia families In those days that has faded away. The houses were spacious, commodious, liberal In all their appointments, and fitted to d cope with tho hospitality of the owners. Nothing was more common than to see handsome services of plate, elegant equipages, and superb carriage horses all Imported from England. The Virginia plnnters were prone to leave thy care of their estates too much to their overseers, and to think personal labor a degradation. Washington carried Into his rural affairs the same metfiod, activity, and circumspecdistinguished him In milition that-hatary life. He kept his own accounts, posted up his books, and balanced We them with mercantile exactness. have examined them, as well as his diaries recording his dally occupations, containing entries nnd his letter-hookot shipments . , . nnd correspondence with his London ngents. They are monuments of hi business hnblts. The products of h's estate nlo became so free-handeopen-hearted Famous Works of Art (2ml. t II. Seemly Behavior of Christians (vr. 11, 11.2.'.). nml sojourners (vv. Christians ii ro merply sojourners on Hip enrth ; they nre Journeying through U on their wny to tin 1. An pilgrims 12). brond-cheste- heuvy-tnuscle- "JtiTiiiH iioiiip In iof iirniPtiH. Our hiiivenly (I'lill. .1:2)) rlioulil coiiKtrnlii tin to (1) ubMitln from Hixtlily lutN (v. 11). The tonii ."luM" Inclinle Hip piitlrp nrmy of muipnn forrpx fprlnclni; from our riirmil niiturpx; I hey nrr ptiumpnitpil .t:lU-21- . TIipsp war In (lulu lnn npiliiHl Hip miiiI. (2) IMutvlor Hip heathen (v. 12). Clirlr-tlmiMioutil no live that It will be Inipofculhlp for the world to npenk KutliHt them ai evildoer, Whllo (vv. 2. Ai cltl'ii tlin rhrlxtlnii'x Imp rltlr.eiii.hlp Is In henven, he Iiiih a reKiHtnlblllty nx n cltlr.cn on the enrtli. A ChrUtlun man recoKtiliLPH the ijerptwlly of kih'IiiI ort der, nml will not only umrloiisly to Hip nuthorlty of ruler recnnl-lexof the font) of piveniineiit. hut will faithfully perform hlx olilln tlonx a n cllUeli. TIiIm he will not do (liriiiigh crltiKlni; fenr, but nx Hip rord'x fn'p innn. Ily thlx frep nx a servant of Hod hp putx to Kllencp Hip lEiioninee of foolish men (vv. 1.1 10). (1) Honor nil men (v. 17). Hp will ee In ewry mini kIvp lire linnce of f!od Unit llipn-forhonor to him. (2) I.nvp Hip hro'her-tiooi- l (v. 17).. TIip ('lirNtlnn has n piK'iillnr Iovp for those who iirp of Hip (.1) kiiiiip lioiifehohl l'inr Cod (v. Honor the khiK (v. 17). 17). (I) slgnlllcmic( for In Thlx hnx all probability Hip wlrked Nero wax Hip. king then relgnlni. Willie .1. Ax xervnnlx (vv. doubtless xlnves were nieniit here. Hip prliielple applies to nil who hnvp tn eiiiptoters The Chrlxllan will hp tu ftihjeetlon to hlx muster. Hp will not only do thlx when hlx employer Ix gentle nml rrnsonnhlp, hill It nieniix wrongful "nffKr even wl lug. II niennx not only xuhmlxslmi. but loyalty. It Ix Hip duty of n' Chrlx-tlnto consider nml further the Interests of hlx employer. Many limes to do ko mentis hardship and suffering. The grand example of NUlTerlnR wrongfully Ix .lesux Christ. While hlx suffering Ix nn example to lis, It wax much more, hecuuse hp xuffered In order to break forever the ower nf In no nx to do nwny forever with oppression. lion-pkI xuh-mlp n I It frnll-lnnkln- p. Sain-son'- I Wash-ligton- 'x Bronze doora In the Capitol at Washington. The subject Is the ovation tendered to the first president, at Trenton, N. J., In 1789. Old-eo- n ELI0TT WADSW0RTH FIUME THREATENS Jugo-Slavl- TO FIGHT City Prepares to Resist the Proposed Foreign Cession to ers May Be Expelled. i ' Iff' F r 'jnHgH jFcJ from London. Feb. Fiume received by the Central News announce that preparations are being made there for resistance ngalnst a compromise settlement of the Adriatic dispute on the execution of the treaty of London, through which the i ume would go to Foreigners will be expelled from th city. If neoe.Hiiry, It Is declared. Jugo-Slnv- Change Comei With the Morrow, t, However vexed jnu may be tilings will often look very different In the morning, if you have written a clever and conclusive, but scathing letter, keep It buck till the next day, nml It will very often, never jo at all. Lord Avebury. over-nigh- s'"jjjjjpps- I Today. fall to recognlre It, but the fact remains that today Ix trying to live up to the hlghet standard of yesterday' thought and determlmt- We often Itecent photograph of Ellott Wads- worth of Iloston, former vice chair--1 mnn of tho American Ued Cross, who has gtfne to Switzerland to represent the Uulted States In the meeting of the general council, League ot lied Cross societies, lu Oeueva. a liutter community fooling, or nt least a moro zealous ono. Tho subjects presented aro often spoken of in ptiblio as well as upon our streets and in our places of business. Tho meetings gavo an impetus to education, health and local improvements . Sanitation steps have been tnkon. I unhesitatingly assort that tho Farmers Community vo Meetings In Union County was of much good. Kentucky lias token a great stride In tho execution and advancement of all progressive movements, but slio has only begun, and her possibilities aro untold. Sho will havo better churches, belter schools, belter roads, better farm, better citizens, and bolter everything in tho near future. pro-iluotf- COMMUNITY MEETINGS (Continued tram Fsge Six) i i Pago Elglil THE CITIZEN February 10, 1020 Cooksburg Itrork has been very ill with plural Cooksburg, Feb. II There Is lots pueiimontn at the home of her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. if sickness In this pari. Jesse Col-t! Equipment anil Service nt Lowest Cost. Wnnls for Men nml for Women, died Thurday, (he I'jtli, or tin linker..!. Vm (.he Infant sou of Mr. sun Parlor, I'rhntc Rooms llallu, Klectrlc Service. were Ills remains nnd Mrs. Ed Italian!, died Fehruarv itt'd pneumonia. Eye, Nose nnd Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , .'ml. of thrash. Hurlal look place nt taken lo I he family remelery at the Wallace Chapel cemetery. We nion for burial. He leaves a wife GENERAL PRACTICE Uw No rrtTipon.1-n-nuMlihnl unl.-lnl Inoffull brflth.writ". Th nm father and extend our heartfelt sympathy to ml three daughters, Writ ptilnljr. n l.lnc U not for putilirntlan, but tml Cn in .mil lslt nil eMnlilMitncnt, which is n friend in need, y the bereaved Ones. Dave Ilowlln's mother, two brothers nml many Mini In reirli of nil llie people x He had llie rare of his family hnve llu nnd muinns. Some friend-- . UiimUht II. Cowt.KY, M l., Phrnlrlnn girls. two neonle were llxlnc to saw loh.irrn rainily, 11N0 a crippled father and IIaki.a.n Di'iit.rv, M I)., PhvMciiin County News a wife ami two little brothers and seven sisters and a beds until wilder rame aga.ln with two rrlpplnl brothers. He was n M.uto.vHiei S. Gkani.M. I)., riijrslcltin Mm Maiiv l.onriK. R N., Stitertiilemlent fnlthful ehurrh member. Mrs. Elix a big snow. lio of friends. Miss Nv.i.lik Mli.l.mi, K N , IIimiI Nure McKee Allen Is no better C L. Thomas Is "We loved him; yes. we loved him. Harry Hut Angels loved him more, IB. On Inst Saturotking near Covington. CHANGE IN RATES Mr Kmc, Walnut Meadow lltfutnntng Mnrrli t, the rules for lioml nml rnuin of private day, wo had tho heaviest snow And they have sweetly railed mm Walnul Meadow, Feb. Id. Mr. Thomas, of Laurel County, spent patient will le f 15 to fl8 per week. The rates for patient To yonder shining shore.' Thrums, of Clenr Creek, Rockcastle the first part of the week wilh his storm of the winter. Hul most of cared for In the wiirtl will renin In (lie Mine (t per day. . C. County, and Miss Kerhy of this mollrd almost ns fast as it foil- - Thomas Willis SingleIt 11 Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College place were married February 12th. ton's family have Jieon down with II Is elonr nnd very cold loday(Sun- - j Kerby Knob -sickness oils. litrlmnl, little 011 of Mr. dny is much There KiThv Knoli, I'ob. 15. Ilev. Van- - We wish them n long and useful CLAY COUNTY la tfil Kimball around hero now. Mint of it is wink'o filled Ids regular sold the Inst of "in Mrs. H'nier Mullins. broke hi to be on tho tleclino; no preacher;. . The Old Hap-- I no Sund;iy-schoo- l. Vino fever, following grip lobnero last vveok for IH cepts arm. Hiis place Saturday and n Vine, February 12. Born to Mr. r, per pound. Mrs Ifghl nllneks of llu.-- On lists nt Providence are weather-- 1 last Thurs- Sunday. Rev. Hobbs. rtn able 'p. Anderson boarding the church Jiotise and nre nnd Mrs. Win. I'ennlnglon, February Rockfnrd old day ulghl. the lillle was nlo present and nliled in nnd daughter. Annie Marie, of girl, named Nellie. Rockfonl, Feb. Ifi; Almost every in the lead at Island City nl prrs- - r, a daughter of Levi Powell died oT (lie services. Hpv. Hnbbs will hold spent one night Inst week She was orvipos Monday and Monday night 'v'lli Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Ander- - idiaceo raiser around here has sold enl: preaching lime the third Sal- - llierenro forty-thro- e bronchial piieunionin. cases of Infill ena in Ibis community, but Is in a laid to ivst in the burying ground The largest snow of the season "on. Some unknown person, or ier-fe- ll 'is crop. The tobacco rrop of 1011 unlay mid Sunday in rarh month uenr the mnulh of Hireh Lick 1. Pneumonin and sons, broke into It.' II. Foley's slnre ifirpht more money inlo this John I. Ray has been on the sick lighter form than it was it year ago. Fehrunry Clyde Morgan, of Lancaster, was lekhhurhood limn any. other one Creek. The hereaved parents have llu following measles caused Ihojand helped themselves to the fnr a few days, but is better at the sympathy of their many friends' of Nellie Kerbv. seventeen tents nnd about ..1T in'cash. The t'linif eer did. Some gel enough present.- - Robert Prilrbard, one of at this place on business from ls in McKee. On account of cold vear-ol- d were brought anil two ooney to buy a home. We gel more our leading merchants, was railed unlay tint il Monday. A. J. Mntipin, daughter of Larken Kerby, citizen of Clay County, weather (he attendance at the Mc- no February ith. at the College IIos- -l men arrested, hut no goods found. -- money oft" of this rrop than any to Bonneville recently on business, a well-knoOne thousand pounds is an Kee Sunday-schowas smaller nital a Herea. where shg was al-- jr William Chaihvolf has gone to died February 5 of heart trouble. C Cbrisman sold a cow and heifer other. than usual. Cook and Engle, who tondimr school. Her remains worejfor $75. Master Kenneth Canlleld. iventge yield per acre, and r0 cents Akron. O.. seeking employment after He bad been in very poor health good price; for the past year. His remains wei.1 have neon selling goods at .1. F. don't neglect the w closo of his school to Kerhy Knob for burial, of Herea Graded School, was visiting I laid lo rest in IhrColTey cemetery. We must have irrnndopronls Mr nnd Mrs. .1. E. n"dar crops. stand under the management The bereaved family have dTirdeep- - ' Mrs. Mnrlha Hire, who has been of .1. A. Farmer, have sold their est svmoathv.-Clayl- on Pearson de- - Unlet! Saturday and Sunday, Will 'read - Waller Mcllone Is doing a visiting relatives at Tyner, Is at stork to W. M. Ramsey and will be- uarled this life February I Ith from bus born on the sick INI, re-i- i deal of trading in rows and GARRARD COUNTY lionie s. gin invoicing next Tuesday. Cunn-gi- flu and bleeding from the lungs. Osrnr Creech, of Garrard Wilburn Gal-illed is improvinv I.afe Moore who 'i Paint Lick County, is visiting his grandparents have sold most of their slock Mr. and Mrs. D. C Sparks have been has been sick for some time is no Jr.. son of .1. W. Galliff. of of goods to I,. W. Cornell, of Seven ill with flu. but are improving. pant .irk. February 23 Mr. and at this place.-- - . S. Hurley made belter -- Felon Haxter attended the this place, is very low with pneti- Pines neighborhood. Mr. Cornel t The family of John Clemmons have funeral of his only sister February moma fever. He look sick Febrti- - .Mr!l. o. w. Conn nre the proud a business trip lo Richmond last -- E F. Ogg sold a load of mowed ary 7th. Dr. Jones, of Wildie, is ,,an.nt.s of a lioy. born February 0. week. Win. Farmer, of Hamilton, will move the goods to his place of measles, but none are serious. He re- - ..Mi!s Kn,nm Eslridge, teacher at Ohio, who was here on business, has business. The Fehruarv payment Mr. and Mrs. .lake Kates visited i"'s at S30 per ton. Mr. and Mrs the attending physician. for teachers has been received by Win. Kerbv Saturday night. M. .L Hob Allen are both down with tho oris him belter today Mr. Can- - Monticello. Is at home on account returned home. II was in lloekford looking for a the County Superintendent in the Mnilh and son, Dewey, visited his llu. r inlluenza. Dan Burchell has pur- form of an interest bearing war- brother. Hob Smith, last week and farm to buy. Some, of our farm- - ,.,ased the home of Arthur Riddle rant. The llnal installment will bo brought a load of merchandise. ers j,re going into the dairy bus!- Blue Lick Richmond nike Miss Benlah ready for the teachers in a few Willie Thomas and Aaron Powell Blue Liek. Feb. Ifi. The puhlie ness. Some have already bought Edwards spent the week-en- d w llh' days. Min Robins, who has been soent Sunday evening wilh Roy school at this place "was abandoned 'heir separators Rev. W. II. n her parents nt Crab Orchard Tho. Wii.ldiiKlon. Teh. !!. The firm sick for several weeks, is iniprov- - Click..!. R. Click ami X. H. Wil when half taught. II Is now boiner of Ciray Hawk, fllledjiis lrloiiT taken liy Amerlnin Misses Benlah and Marie I.odford ing slowly. Mrs. Llewellyn whojinm, brought in their last loads or completed by Calvin Hendricks. at ScalTold Cane On the, very delightfully entertained about f 01 res wiih curtimil hy Ailnni hlurl-kounod John Corhutiskl ot Iron has been sick for several days is Porn Tuesday. Perhaps they may T' trustee moved out of this dis- " st Saturday in February. Every thirty of their friends on Valentine wood, .Mlrti., Itepresentntlve Jmnon of belter. Lloyd Llewellyn, who has . body wns well pleased. His ser- night. Miss Addle Criscillis wns tho Mlih'gnti un Poup, 0 gather two crops trict, leaving a vacancy. - ThereInformed hy Ailjutnnt been in school at Maryville. Tenn.,j in onP year. Mr. and Mrs. .too Car-h- fore, the County Superintendent mons are very Interesting. week-en- d guest of Miss Fannie (leiirrnt llnrrl The turn were mem' come homo on account of bis nets as until the regular Dnwilen. Mrs. J. T. Thompson went horn of Conipiiny l Klghliuth Infnn-tr- y Pntor moved to Rogersville. illness. Adon Llewellyn is n count v, last week, Johnetta election of lruste.es. The 'dog inlo Herea, Tuesday, to bo with her very sick at the Herea Hospital. He' Johneltn. Feb II. Farmers are grand.nu, William Haley, who is HI ' 'llie utpiiire who tuiiile 011 the nlghi dustry fn this vicinity has been 11117 In the vlrlnlly -- 7iS ' was in school at nerea. (Adon died very active. Elic Parish traded a "ott'iic busv about their farm inc. with pneumonia. R. II. Ledford is of GARRARD COUNTY lliirett, on Monday Editor1. On last line .lersev row, valued at ?IOO, t i Lots (if clearing Is being done. W. in Cincinnati this week, buying of Mi -- hi the pnivtnro of Mourthe White Lick nnd e'lr The prisoner wns h coin Thursday Mrs. Lou Reynolds was While Lick, Feb. If.. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Hollo Terrill for a pedigreed M. Drew was in Richmond last spring goods. Miss Nannie Scott utm mull mrrlcr nml was on hi wny made happy by the news that her Calloway Hounsbell are happy over fox" hound. Ho also bought two week. -- Jack Abney has recently and I rnest Center were married I nick to lil eompnny when wounded son Arch, was at East Bcrnstadt, nml inpttinsl ,,aby Rir, jn (hpir oilier? from Jerome Terrill for $&" moved his saw mill to this place, Wednesday oj last week. 10 arriva, of on his way home, he having served doing lots of sawing for tohome. She was christened fieorgia T'iece. and t,wo from Bev Johnson and is his term in the U. S. Navy, Foley. Mrs. Ella Matlock and child-e- n. for SIOO. The doss were shipped to bacco barns. Burgess Abney is he South and the buyer realized very poorly at present. Wlhnoulh of Nina are visiting her parCarico handsome profits on Ihelronsac-t'o- n. Abney. who had a serious attack of ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Creech. Caricn, Feb. in. Void Woods and The pride of lineage increases pneumonia, is recovering. The six-ye- ar Foley, of Richmond, visfamily have moved to their new Mrs. Frank old daughter of Salem Laswel the value of Kentucky's fox hounds niece,' Mrs. Calloway Hounhome near Herea. John Summers' ited her to death week before last week. Miss Caron Anglin, lik Kentucky's race horses. These was burned sbell. family are better of measles. nninials have within them a pre last. She caught fire while her Mrs, visiting of There is a lo" of sickness in this!j A. Lowell, is Mrs. her sister, is dominant trait very marked in peo- - mother was out. and died instantly. ''Splashe oil on all the gears. I Davis. Jim Roherts Keeps em new for years end years.". olo a desire to win whether by with her mother, Mrs. . Holman, of planning of tobacco beds OWSLEY COUNTY means or foul. fair Frances Rami on Valley, who is verv ill Gears are all enclosed in a sanitary . this season. Born, to Mrs..Vm.' Mrs. Dewev Earnestvills Parker is visiting her Sproule, a student of Berea College. i :i frame, hence there is no waste of oil. ' Fanbus. a fine gir . eal ed Martha-- ! Enrnoslville. Feb. I ft. - ligan wa a welcome visitor for the weekof Hamilton It ifieans an easy running, low speed, Horn, to Mrs. Henry Ford, a Ann' mother. Mrs. Bentlv. (iabbanPs and Walter Bryant's famValley. Roberl L. Creech, who has end in this section The sick poo- wearing separator. girl, on February 10th, called Oder- -' 'o nfl this community nre reported ilies have inlltiena. Green Charles months, 6 mia. James Summers' family all been at Evarls for several Susie Wilmot. of has moved to Cressniont. Mr. Multo stay this ronvalescent, have the flu. Claud Baker bought has returned home Conway, ia staying wilh her mint. lins. a shoe drummer, passed thru year. Wright Kelly, who has been a fine pair of mules of James Sumgone to Mrs. .Inn. Johnson, who has been here last week. Harve Oabbard, of mers for S100. Ike Lear's folks visiting W. V. West's, has sick, but is improving. Quite n Irvine, is visiting relatives at this have flu. Dr. Hornsby, of McKee Herea and from there he will return numher of young lambs have made place. C. A. Oabbard made a busto Harlan County. Miss Mollio was the attending physician. On their appearance and their plain- hiest trip to Benttyville Saturday. the I Ith of this month Uncle Abel Howling spenl last week with her tive cries varo heard on every side. John Howies has pneumonin fover. grandmother, Mrs. .1. M. Morgan. Oabbard was 50 years old and Mrs. Mutt 10 Oabbard and children Hie New Perfected, bowl Unfortunately for the housewith interchangeable, unnumbered discs, walked six miles and made ninn Miss Elizabelh Creech visited Mr. wives, eggs have sustained a com-nou- wore llie miosis or .Mr. anil .Mrs. Hid Mrs. W. M. Creech last Monand closest skimming qualities makes the erossties. fracture by falling (prices. Win. Ene last week. Mrs. Sarah day night. New United States Separator the best Only iO oents is paid for them, con- Bowman is very ill with phthisic. separator on the market today. Her daughter, Ida, got burned" very eggs a la omelet, scramsequently Bona ' nond, Feb. 15. A free demonstration will prove it, . MADISON COUNTY bled and poached are tho staple badly. Maston Burke is hauling Some of thnl breakfasl menu of the farmer. Levi lumber from Earnestvllle saw mill. Wallaceton plowing for this yoar'3 farmers are Come and sea . Miss Mallie Moore nnd Ellis Bran. Mr. and Powell, of Kerby Knob, and son visWallacelon. Feb. 10 crops. There is a lot of sickness deuburg have been visiting rela ited relatives bero Saturday. in and near this place, flu and small- Mrs. C. H. Baker remain very ill. R. H. CHRISMAN Theopills and tives at Scoville. pox and a few cases of measles. M. Mrs. J. W. Wallace and daughter, Berea, Kentucky L.' Watson and family who havo Ennica. spent Monday of last week, Luther Brandenburg bought a wag PanoU with the Oentrys. A. .1. Kidd and Panola, Feb. 10 Amos Richard on load of jjoi n from C. T. Oabbard been down wilh flu arc better. -- JUL. Little Cora McQueen, who was family, and Chester Elkin and family, son and wife, who have been Very last week. Miss Mat Oaliliard was wilh Mr. and ill for the past month, are some the gtiest'of Mrs. C. A. Oabbard last, burned so badly, is slowly improv- spent last week-en- d better. W. M. Marcum. who fell week. ing. Jerry York is employed in C. Mrs. John Kidd, of White Hall. C. Clark's store. Miss Bessie Tay .Mrs. Margaret Mann, of Nebraska. while covering his house two weeks lor, who has been attending school is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. H. asr.i and hurl his nnkle. is still tin OWSLEY COUNTY Haker. Mr. Bailey Gentry and Jim able to walk Robert Freeman is at Annville, is at homo at present. Island City working at Waco last erecting a dwelling on his place. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cunngiu are tho Elkin were Island City. Feb, HI. The ;Protes- proud parents of.n line girl. Uncle week. D. S. Botkln, who recently .The farmers of Jhis section nre hint Church of America is on the FOR Hill Taylor is on the sick list, but' moved to Indiana, was visiting sowing tobacco beds and getting march. The movement is called wo hope he will soon be well again. bis daughter, Mrs. Pal Ballard, Jr., ready for the spring crops Erby the luter-cliurInfluenza, and means the mo-- 1 The whole Pigeon Roost commu- last week. He is now living in Hag- - Bicknell's children are better and bilialioii of the Christian forces Miss Grace his wife is now down. Less Chris nity has been saddened by tho dad, near Frankfort. with funds and the spirit to restore, death of Stephen P. Johnston, who Gentry left last Tuesday for Ohio man's family is just getting over an the common touch to the great nils- -, Olllo attack of the flu, Sanfnrd Tucker, died February 12, Ho was a good where she has employment. Nf other 1 who know the aneuith The farmers' sion of the Church. of waiting hclplculf through Christian man nnd a useful citizen, Haker, after spending two weeks who recently sold out and went to in this neighborhood are taking adr hnun lor the nhvilcian always ready and willing ,to help with his father. C. II. Baker, return- Centerville, O., Is hero on business. vantage of the beautiful days prewho may not arilve in time will tuid. 111 Mrs. Lulie .Marcum and her son, nnd in all that ed to his home In Center, California. in Sunday-scholy fail to keep on hand a bottle of thii effective croup remedy paring for the coining crops Laura Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wallace gavojJncnb, were the guests of Mary I.. ipecific for coldi, croup, influenu, was upbuilding to tho community Bowman, wife of R. II. Bowman, of grippe, pneumonia nd other icipiratory ailmcnu, in which he lived. His. presenco llio young ioiks n social Jsaiuruay t;oie and family last Sunday Ir Sextons Creek, Is confined to her will M greatly missed by us all, night. Feb. 7. Everybody had a fine vine Owens' family have flu. AI hod wilh tuberculosis. Married, but wo feeLtjiat God has taken him time and barely got home before vah Johnson passed thru hero Gobel McQueen to Miss Ethel Sand- -' th Mrs. W. F. Henry or Thursday moving from Otter Creek llu; Addison Hunter (o Miss Grims; to a far better Homo than this, Sunday is visiting her parents, Mr. and back to Estill County. whero thero will ho no sickness, all of Sexton Creek. Wo wish them pain nor dealh. Mr. Johnston leaves Mrs. IL N. Elkin. Mrs. Roosevelt a long and happy life. - Those who WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES have been under treatment with llu ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and measles nre improving. LeonGoochland It it applied eiletnilly to the cheat, throat and not. Goochland, Fob. Ift A. P. Gab ard Slapleton, of Sexlon Creek, who ttili and it quirkly abiotbed through the pores of the joined the United Stales service and bard has been on a ten-da- y tkin Ita healing vapors rite and are inhaled directly trip in to the infected membranes. A double-actioremedy, the south-easteends of Jackson is stationed at New York, has double' it is doubly certain to produce satiifactory remits. pneumonia. Mrs. Maud Clark, wife and Clay Counties, and reports It hit this rharacterittic that diitinguiihes it from great neat or sickness. Three par of Robert Clark, the merchant, Is In. other salves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vspomentha TODAY. It Is n invaluable lies stayed nt A. P. Oabbnrd'8 Sun poor health at present. Asher Size-mo- re protection fur an inttgnificant price was among the people atj day night en route (o Madison Coun Returns to its before-the-wa- r 30c, 60c, and $1.20 BottU at ty Next Saturday and Sunday Is Island City Saturday looking on the. All Drug and Ganaral Stores. high standard of quality our regular monthly meeting nt decline after n severe case of If your dealer cannot supply you order from school has come to a Sydamoro Church. Everybody Is Our graded BRAME DRUG CO., N. Witk.sboro, N. C. cordially invited to come. Corn close for llio school year, with John wlfo as teachers Tho and nil kinds of feed are getting Turner and Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. Southern Methodist Church seems scarce in tins part of tho county. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Berea College Hospital on 1 Jackson . orj,i appoint-pnntininn- 'f mls-islo- Rlch-ninn- d. RVj-pou- 1 j con-den- lli ' hlond-houni- ol En-gl- e's ; ' -- lei ms s now-n-day- T. I 11 Oer-lim- i,,. as Madi-mothe- r's THE NEW ,,, I United States Disc Separator ', I I -- ng nd HI J The Vapor Treatment , rh ( Croup and Pneumonia lee-lon- ol '' Du-lu- VapothA n No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour rn llu! Once Tried Always Used