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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): February 26, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 cit1920022601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): February 26, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, EJitnf Jn.CM.f CO. J. O. LEHMAN, Manitlnf Editor Kntirnl nt thl lloffirt at llrrra. AV. n ttrrmd umttr Art a btartk, MM. rUwn Ibtihrd Kvtry Thuntnt at llrrra, AV r, Q-vot.- rl The citizen HEREA, MADISON COUNTY M.NTICKV. IT. IIIII AUV 20, 1020. to tJb.e Interests of t!b.e 3Eou.ntiixi People ATLANTIC FLEET IN CUBAN WATERS Our Threefold Aim: To give llio news of Berea and vlolnlty; to record tho happenings of Herea College; lo bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People. Vol. XXI Five Cents Per Copy. One Dollar and Fifty Cents por Year. Number 35. Latest Health News at Berea There are still some hard cases of influenza, a few of which have run into pneumonia, with one death among the students this week. Hut everybody is well cared for, the new cases of "flu" ate very few, measles and other troubles are over. U.S. AGENTS WAR World Newj Maple Sugar Time Maple sugar time will soon be here. How many different seasons of the year we have, each unlike the other but each having its peculiar beauty ' and joy. Maple sugar time is the spring season when it thaws day times and freezes nights, with snow still on the ground and spring just ahead. Besides tapping our glorious sugar maples (we are tempted to drink the sap instead of boiling itl) now is the time for planning our crops, mending our tools and having some comfortable visits with our neighbors. Ij An effort, during the week, to bring the Peace Treaty before tho Oil TUX DODGERS Hennte for discussion and action failed because of tho inability to reach a compromise on Article 10. There is a possibility thai the PresOfficer of Chicago Firm Arrested ident may withdraw llio treaty alon Bribe Charge. together unless something is dono soon. Tho cxectitivo department at least has functioned in making llio JAILED AS BOND IS DELAYED treaty nml tho Scnato should cither ratify or refuse to ratify and not prolong the suspense. In case of Secretary-Treacure- r of War Plant, withdrawal the President himself $1,000,000 Concern, Accused of might secure alteration of several Trying to Cheat Uncle Sam provisions. Out of $150,000. Additional evidence is coming in Chlcngo, I el). 18. Accused of hnnil Ini, n Jlfi.OOO tirllie to n federal Income all the lime that Secretary Lancing, nblo and conscientious tnr collector. Albert I. Lnuer, Secretary of Hrlggs At Tiirlvus. n though he wns, proceeded to com$1,000,000 Iron mill steel wrecking ami mit the country to policies that ho contracting dreudnuuglils Arizona, ukliiliuuiu, Ncwiuu, uiiu, ii.i. hi following tliu lUigshlp Pennsylvania In winter Dohiwure, Hull mill maneuvers lit (iiiiitiluiiiiiiio bay. i, Hit) "We Are Glad It's Gone" So said a half dozen full-blood- men around the big stove at the country store. Every one of them had been drinking men before prohibition came. Two out of the six had been so much under the power of liquor as to do foolish and damaging things which they wish might be forgotten, and two others had sons who had disgraced the family name Kentucky News Louisville. Fob. 21. Exceeding all previous efforts in fineness of exhibits, splendor of decorations and general grandeur, Louisville's twelfth annual Automobile Show opened at Jefferson County Armory last night to a record gathering of motor lovers. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 21. Dy a vote of 70 lo 1, the Houso passed the bill of Representative Beckham, of Shelby County, to authorize the Stale Fair Hoard to lssuo $300,000 in bonds for buildings. The Neol Hill to require storage warehouses to report to the County Tax Commissioners passed, 05 lo 5. The McCamlless bill to strike oul 'durational qualifications for women voters in school elections passed, 01 U. S. News Washington, Feb. 2.1. Legislation prj viding for return of tho railroads to heir owners and specifying con-d- il otis under which they arc to bo operated in future was ready tonight to be sent to President Wilson. The Senate, late in tho day, adopted thq conference report in tho bill, 17 lo 17, after about five hours' discussion. Tho House adqpled the report Saturday. TJfe fittest Inn uppermost in minds of members of both houses was whether tho President would sigh Hie bill or veto it, as labor has demanded. Director General Hincs was permitted today lo notify tho various railroads by telegraph, two hours befpro tho Senate voted on the conference report, that the executivo order returning the roads will go ln5 effect pn. schedule, jano. ycck from today. Esch-Cunimi- ns through drink. "Yes," said another, "it's just queer to go to Louisville or Cincinnati and see the old liquor stores all shut up." "1 allow," said another, "that when those rich fellows take their money out of whiskey and put it into other business, there will be less bad influence from the Liquor Dealers' money at Frankfort and Washington." "Have you noticed how the business at the poorhouses and prisons has run down just in this little time since prohibition has begun to be enforced?" Protracted Meeting Every year Berea College gives eight days two Sundayul the week between especially to religion. Religion is a thing that has to be thought of, it is the biggest subject that ever enters a man's mind, and e t needs continuous attention for some now and then. every To be night with God is certainly something wonderful no convert ever sees it all or tells it all. it is strange that with all our churches we do not make religion a precious thing in the lives of all the people. How many there are who really wish they were Christians and have not found a convenient time orjust the right directions for beginning! The College engages some great preacher and every year sends out several hundred young men and The women to reinforce their various home churches. converts of each year are gathered into a "King's Regiment," which has its regular meetings until the t'nd of the school year and thus takes care of the growing life of the young people until they return to their homes. This year the preacher is the Rev. E. J. Helms of the Morgan Memorial Church, Boston, Mass., who has just conducted a great meeting at the Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware, and is known to many of Berea's h- - comes to us from Appleton, Wis., where friends. he is at present conducting a series of meetings at Lawrence University. In recent years the number of students has been so great that only students could be admitted to the chapel and some of them were left out. This year there will be two services regularly every night and so there will be room for a reasonable number of citizens in their usual place on the west side of the chapel. Pray for the meetings. days-at-a-tim- to 17. A Ifive bo held nt Soelhach Hotel on March 18, under plans laid out by tho State Central and Kxcculivo Committees. Homer S. dimming?, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, will bo one of the guests of the celebration, and Carter Glass, Senator from Virginia, former Secretary of the Treasury, may also attend. Mr. Cuinniings has informed the committee that he will be here, while. Mr. Ojis has made a tentative promise. TcasroT "lie ""Democratic party of Kentucky will Hid Washington, Feb. 23. Universal ho in- military training may not Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 23. Tho visit Frankfort of Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, who comes from Washington to address tho Legislature on Wednesday afternoon, is one of llio chief events of the coming week. His talk will bo given in tho House chamber before a Joint session j Washington, Feb. 21 Tho avcrago of the two houses, and tho galleries family expenditure for food inwill probably ho tilled with visitors creased 2 per cent in tho month endMr. ing January 15, according to stat from all parts of tho Slate. Palmer is tho only one of the po- istics mado public today at the tential Presidenlal candidates, who Labor Department. This is an inhas hfi'ii invited to address tho crease of o per cent over January, Legislature. IU 10, and 10 per cent since January, lo 1 cluded in tho Housq Army Reorganisation Hill under a plan adopted today by llepubliean leatlors calling ffir consideration of the measure the latter part of this week. None of the lenders tonight would deny that omission of a training plan was likely, hut assorted that no final agreement had been niado with advocates of tho training proposal. Despite Hie decision of tho military Committee adopting universal training, in principle, as a part of the country's future military policy, efforts were mado today to prevent Hie committee decision from appearing in the reorganisation bill. corporation which was uwnriled ninny government wurtlmej lotitractft. wns arrested the firm's general otlices In the Westminster building. I Itl South Dearborn street. Five minutes nfter Lnuer find been arraigned hoi ore United States Commissioner Lewis F. Mnson, former Sen ntor James llnmlltoti Lewis nppenreil with the heads of the linn. C'nrl It. Ilrlggs nil Josfpb II, Tiirlvus, nml Rough t to obtnln his release on property bonds of StO.OOO signed by Mr. Turlvns. The nppllcntlon was denied nnd Lnuer spent the night In the county Jail. Collector Springs Trap. The collector who cnuscd Lnuer's arrest Is Onirics Cnllner, working out of the ofllcj of Dnnlel Chnpln, newly appointed chief of Internal revenue department ngents. Chnpln In turn Is with Special Agents Chnrles Itlchnrdsnn nnd A. P. Mndden of Washington, assigned to Investigate reports Hint the government has been defrauded of millions of dollars In the Chicago district through fnlse returns of Income taxes. Cnllner's mil on Lnuer was the of n number of similar visits, during which. In the discussion of tnx returns, they had become well acquainted. What had pnssed previously only Cnllner nnd his superior know. Returning by prenrrangement to the office of District Attorney Chnrles F. Clyne. where Clyne. United States Mnrshnl Thomas Hennebry, nnd Chnpln were wnltlng. Cnllner laid on the district attorney's desk $15,000 In bills of $100 and $500 denominations. "For Bogus Tax Returns." "Thnt's half of It." he explained. "Lnuer wns to give me the full amount $.10,000 when the fnlslfled Income put tnx returns were successfully through the Internal revenue department." A warrant charging Lnuer with bribery of n revenue agent wns Immediately Issued. It was served on Loner by Marshal Hennebry. Lnuer g volubly protesting Ignorance of was dumfounded untoward, when the niurshnl disclosed his misHe wns taken before Untted sion. States Commissioner Mason. Wholesale nrrests mny be expected hi the next few weeks, federal ngents tntlmnte, Involving bends of some of the largest firms In the United States. x nny-thin- must have known were not in harmony willi the chief executive. His brisk notes to Mexico arc an indication that advantage was being taken of tho President's illness to reverse tho policy of long standing. It is rumored, also, that the letter of Lord Grey could hardly havo been sent out without a knowledge oi mo btalo department. It is good constitutional law that foreign nations must deal with the Chief Executive and not the Cahinel nr thn Senate. The English Parliament, ting n.iQQfi.t a bill for the rcadiustmenf. nt iho government in India. There is reason to believe that haste was necessary in this matter in order to forestall a movement of the people. A strong national feeling has developed during the war and this lias doubtless been fanned by tho radical propaganda from rtnsain The plan gives much part to tho na me population in local government and a larger voice in national. The movement seems to havo united tho population of all religions to secure greater part in govemmenL Tho allies have not only drawn hack from their demand for tho hut thev h Germany tho privilego of trying tho men mciuacii in the list or offenders in a Supreme Court at i.oinaiir Tim Allies are to send evidence to bo used by the Court nnil f horn nrn certain reservations in case justico is not tlone. This curi.-iinimils Germany on her honor and offers a way out of a situation flmt wna h coming embarrassing. III 13. or two. Ho says: "No other store In Borea We are very much interested In can boast of a business of over an article published in a nowspa-p- er $30,000." Well, wo havo somo of a neighboring city. Ono of business men that havo dono more Rerea's business men was splendidly than that amount of business, tho written up. Wo havo no qunrrel Ihey may not havo "boasted" about with tho business man nor with tho iL On investigation wo find that newspaper, but wo disagree with tho Herea has ono other man that has author of tho article in a statement sold more than $100,000 worth of goods; another, moro than (75,000; CONTENTS two others, moro than $50,000; and a tlflh, moro than $30,000. 1 PAGE Editorials; Ky., U. S.. and Wo our investigation made World News; U. S. AgcnU War largely to llnd out what "eak" Dodgers. on Tax means: for wo read in tho article PACE 2. Herea College News; War referred to, "other small morchants Wo canHail Wages Stand Six Months. 8ak out an existence." not find the word in the dictionary, PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington hut judging by tho fads "caking" Lottcr. must bo profitable after all. Again wo read: "Thore are no PAGE 4. Hcrca Locals. sidewalks in Herea to speak of." PAGE S. Korea Locals. Well, brother, you'll got protty tired In PAGE 6. Mountain Agriculture; If you try to walk ovor them all a flay. Tho fact is, Ileroa Is well Homo Department; Markets supplied wiUt concrelo aldowalka Sunday-schoPAGE 7. Lesson; from one end lo tho other. Come, Sermon; Rebuilding tho National and 8oe. Guard. And so far as beauty is concerned, wo aro often told that Herea is a PAGE 8. East Kentucky "beautiful place." WELL ISN'T IT A PITY ol Ky., Frankfort, Feb. 21. Tho Senate Friday ordered read into the calendar, tho Moonlight School bill, which provides a commission to take the place of tho illiteracy commission and which appropriates 75,000 for tho purpoJo of adult education in Kentucky, by a voto of Tho committco having 20 to 12. charge of tho bill reported it without expression of Opinion. This action having tho effect of killing a lull, a motion was mado to read .1 1, I.,!.. II. n nnn..,lnn .,,! ib nun mu ixiiwiiii.il mill II. lilia mis Comparisons of retail prices paid for forty-foarticles of food, showed that twenty-nin- o had advanced sinco December 15, whilo eleven had decreased and four wcro unchanged. ur Chicago, Feb. 23. With tho for Iron river, Mich, tonight of Major A. V. Dalrymple. chief of tho Federal prohibition forces of tho six Central Western Slates, the first real battle to national prohibition began to Hon carried. assunio shape. The Major started for tho Michi- NO TRIAL FOR HINDENBURG London, Ky., Feb. 23, Tho Laurel gan Peninsula determined either to County Farm Hurcau was organized (lean out thoso ho brands as tho Each Crime to Be Specified, Ber-li- n Cabinet Tells the hero with thirty-tw- o members. "I'pper Michigan whisky rebels," or Scattered. D. II. Johnson, County Superintengive up tho job of enforcing tho dent, was elected president; J. IL constitutional amcndmonL Herlln. Feb. 20. Germany Intends Hales, county teacher, was elected to prosecute vigorously every man on vice president; nnd J. M. Foltner, the extradition list ngnlnst whom Washington, Feb. 23. Possiblli district form agent, was elected prlnin fncle evidence of the lies of a substantial break in tho there Is .secretary-treasurer. Hut Germany commission of crime. Democratio peace treaty ranks in has tin Intention whatever of InstitutThe by-laand constitution of impelled Influential Dem ing proceedings ngnlnst General von the bureau were adopted and tho tho Senate Itethmiinn-Hollweocratic Sonators to movo today for Hlndenhtirg. and membership fco was fixed at $7.50 a caucus to discuss a possible other lenders unless the charges por year. change in party policy, and revived specify Individual crimes. Through tho work of tho State Following tho session of tho cabinet hopes of tho Republicans that tho Farm Experiment, Station located which considered the Inst note of the treaty might yet bo ratified with here, agriculture has been given allies, Kugene Schlffer, minister of the Republican reservations adopted Justice, left no doubt regarding this. iptito nn impetus in this section Congress. at tho last session of He said Germany wns determined to within recent years. hnsten ns much us possible, hut that Washington, Feb. 23. Railroad the dlfllculty of locating witnesses, Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 21. Tho Sen. labor is not satisfied with tho way somo of whom are in distant colonies, ale Friday killed tho hill, originat-(Cootlas- things are going with respect to its forced delay. (CosUansd on ftao Zlfk!) oa Fsgo tight) cn-fnr- i'o Allies-Witnesses g td nation lias already matfe a name for uorsctr anil has supplied many countries with dairv nroduoU. osnn. eially, in past years. Tho price of mo products is lower than that of tho United States In spite of tho SECRET IN GERMAN COURT long shipment across tho ocean. This is an interesting lesson in the Public Excluded From Hearing of natural courso of trade, and tho reLibel Case Against lief to high cost of living that will Karl Helfferlch. follow a restoration of natural Herlln, Feb. 18. A sensational turn trade. wns given tho trlnl of tho libel case of Tho Soviet government of Russia Mnthlns Krzberger, minister of finance, ngalnst former VIco Chancellor Karl affects tho United States in many Helfferlch. ways. It lias just been noted that The commercial trenty wMh the new government of Russia is to enme up for consideration by the court nnd nil (led much to tho In- asstimo tho obligations of tho New York Life Insuranco Company, in terest taken In the case, Herr Krzberger asked thnt the pub- that country. This company sold lic be excluded In view of tho pos- much insuranco there and its propsibility thnt Mute secrets might be erty and assets were seized by tho After retiring for 15 min- new regime. It signifies something discussed. utes to consider tho minister's motion, of credit that the obligations aro tho court returned and ordered spectators out of the room, not even Doctor recognized and ir lived up to will Helfferlch's private stenographers be- do much to create greater respect for tho Soviet system, and increase ing permitted to remain. its credit. En-bergeRon-mnnl- n It is somewhat siciiiilcn that imports of butler and potatoes are coming to the United States from Denmark. This thrifiv tiiiin Tho determination or tho Allies to allow Turkey to rcLtin Constantinople comes as something of a surprise, as it was expected that an end was to bo mado or Turkoy in Hurope. It seems probablo that England is moro responsible for tho change or policy than any other or the allies. Her Mohammedan population in India resented greatly tho displacement or tho Sultan, who is tho head of their religion and revered for that reason, if for no other. England cannot afford to have her population in India alienated from her. Tho Allies have been obliged to halt in their plan to settle the Italian question without our assent. Every true American should support tho act of tho President in this (ConUausd oa ftgo EM) Pago Two TUB CITIZEN LILLIAN On CALICO Kobrunry 26 1020. General College News THE REVIVAL IV. Kdgnr MEETINGS Holms, of Boston will arrive Saturday (o conduct tlio roviviil services In llio Collcgo brings with liim ns Chanel. niiislr, director his son who has re uoiil ly graduated from Cornell. Tlifs sorips of moctings will bo J. 11 games VnliliiKtnn, I'd). III. Wnges ps(nt played on tho Berea floor this sea Untied hy ttie rnllrnml mliiiltilxirntlnn son was witnessed by n largo crowd ilurlnc llio vr would cutitlmio in effect of students and spectators from until Setpeinlicr I under Hie nillroml .Inliii Hiirton I'njrc ir rliictign who town. The gamo was of Interest reorjtNiilMllon hill, tlio ronforoncu win selected hy I'rctdont Wtlwin to from beginning lo end. From tho mw s mm ro- liii.ic mi which mis presented In the succeed I'rnnkl.Mi K llrst sound of tho referee's whistle, nml Noiinte. tary of tlio Interior, litis boon clmlr-nint'ndcr the uhro provisions tho Ihe Beren boys started In by mak Mr. 1'nyiio of tlio whipping liHnl. of uhlcli crnited more ing Iwo baskols in about flvo min will tnko over Ills new iltilles March 1. In congress tliMti miy other rhnnge utes playing. This brought .forth IiihiIo In rtiiliiromlHiij; the I Inch hill of the applause of tho great crowd, Y. M. C. A. president,' who has had iho Iioiiko mill iho Cummins hill of the and with tho wonderful music of xoiiMio, my of nillriHiil worker would an attack of flu, is out again. niir lown boosters and rooters, our ho kIhIiIIIxoiI ut Hit pnwont levels for Professor Win. Jesse Balnl, of tho nl iimnihs lifter tho mil properties nro nerves worp kppt on edge. Vocational Schools Y'ocational Department, who, dur- reiiiriicil to prlvnto control nml opirn-tlmi- . The Berea motors showed more ing the past week, was In attend'llio hill nlso nek to tnhlllto spirit in this gamo than in any Miss Margaret Dizney, beloved oilier gamo which was played this Dean of Kentucky Hall, who. from ance at the Y'ocational Conforcnco rates fur the stune time, providing Hint AT SPEAKERS LIFE SERVICE prior to Sfpienilier I no season on the local floor. Thanks over-wor- k during tho ppldpmicwaj in Chicago, returned homo Sunday. reduced tmlt-- w upprovnl rntos limy o BEREA Adon Llewellyn of tho Ititer-tiii- e Oliver Johnson, of Galnesboro, to our lown rooters and sympa- forped to take a short rost, Is imIn obroimnorco cninuilKaloii The relatives and friends of Adon thizers, who stirred up olir ag- proving, and will soon return to Tenn., a former student of Berea, tained. Llewellyn were shocked last Tues gregation wlni came lo visit his brotlipr, Inter-ChurWorld Move The aii'i thus lifted the hor large family of girls, who very The on wngo day when they beard ho had died spirits of our boys lo Washington Johnson, has been con- looked restriction cpet-lu- l lucroaownn such an ex- deeply regret her breakdown. ment campaign for Life service iimiii with Interest hy Korea Hospital. Ho had tho flu tent, fined lo his room wilh tho flu slnco ioeinhrs of rouKroxx, mUmml oltlchiU that they were ablo to win volunteers was conducted in Berea al Miss Gertrude Chapman, of Ihe from which pneumonia developed his arival. YY'o this, but mill union londcm In view of tho recent College, Friday, and their llrst gamp of the season. Saturday Business Department, returned to and an operation was thought nec deniHiids of the uiuru thnn 'J.0O0.0U) The Berea Varsity won by a hor parents at Zion Station, Ky. trust his, visit may bo extonded. Sunday of last week. The speakers essary to save his life, but ho lived spore Professor Klam, of tho Agricul- raiiroad workers for nn ndvnncu In of 20 lo 10, and hero again Her friends and classmates deeply were Dr. A. G. McCartney, pastor of only a wy. I'reltlent WIImiii. In HiiiHirtlng short limo after. Adon was tural Department, spent Iho weekthe Kimvood Evangelical Church of about seventeen years of age anil we must acknowledge tho won- rpcret her departurp. end with friends In Knoxville, the contention llml no Increnso.s could derful playing of Y'an Winkle Chicago; Dr. 0. E. Brown, dean of Miss Montie McDonald lias been Kraiilod on the oo of re I urn o, tho was loved and esteemed by all who and Fields, who shot tlio baskets called to hor homo in Cumberland Tenn. tho School of Religion of Vandcr knew him. rallrotnls, told the union hnaders Hint He leaves a father, Dean F. 0. Clark left Saturday their deitMiids would ho considered hy for the Berea team. Van Winkle County by the illness of her father. bill University; and Miss Rebecca mother, Iwo brothers and two at noon for Cleveland. Ohio, whero m n mtiillon to ho crentetl hy Inw It shot seven field boskets and two Rcid, a special representative of the Miss Hazel Deal is spending a few besides a host of friends. Adon fouls and Fields shot flvo field lavs with her parents at Ashland. ho is attending the meeting of tho no pmvlnlou whs Included In tho rnll-nY. YV. C. A. will bo sadly missed, but it was hill, or ho nppolntcdon own A number of addresses were God's will, and ho is now mingling baskets. Clark was a great relief Mis Ruby Rusell spent tho week- - National Education Association. On Initiative If to legnl provisiontils wrr no to our boys in that he was able to end with Ihe home folks al Morc- - his wny thorp, ho 9topppd over at iiimiIo. by the speakers to the stu made with tho celestial throng where play llio game with Madison, Ohio, and spent Sunday a largo boil on land and am and sorrow dents in chapel, Sunday-scho- ol In the liellef llmt n wngo cominls-slo- n are unknown. His ins aiiKie a' his lmyli...d home, attending special meetings. Tho object was remains were taken anil sliowed a great deal Miss r'ranros Holdcroft Is with would ho Livingston to services In the church of his early their demands, empowered to tnke up of grit and good spirit In persisting her sick mother at Hamilton, 0 to put before the students the need for interment. the 14 railroad union days. IiohiIs lme cHlled u conforoin-- e to he lo stay in the game as long as pos of Christian service in the many Miss Mabel Kirk, who has been Dean Raymond is a very busy held here hctunlni: Monday to dlsrusit sible. He was finally replaced by out of school several days with flu, Holds of the Church, tho Y. M. C. A., MRS. HUTCHINS GIVES .VIOLIN Hill in tho last ten minutes of play- will return to her work this week. man, but he will stop long enough the Mllcy to ho adopted In dcnlltnc and tho Y. YV. C. A. Tho Church RECITAL next Sunday lo eclcbrato his birth- with sui'h ii commission. ing in the last half of tho game. is alivo to the needs of the world Miss Stella Smith, of North Car Monday night, February 23, tho To awertalii If tho rallrtmd execu-llie- s as never before and tho opportunity auditorium at Music Hall was filled Neil did expellpnt work as guard, olina Cottage, who has been con- day anniversary. This Is tho first would agree to turning over tho and it amused tho spectators very lined lo her room with tonslllUs time he has dono so in four years. waco coiilrmorsy to Mich n commli-kIoi- i. lo do something dcllnilc and effec with a crowd of music students and live was never greater. There is invited friends, assembled lo enjoy much to notice his llghtning-Hk- o for the past wepk, haS returned to IHroctor (lenoral Mines tins KID PARTY SOCIAL rapidity in covering his man at school. great need for workers. Young ii committee of rnllrond violin recital by Mrs. Hutchins. Monday evening, February 23, tho every stago of the game. Hill, Iho to confer with him hero. men arc needed for the ministry, Tho program was chosen Eulala Lewis returned to school with Few Changes Expected. for directors of religious education, much caro and included such a va- - oilier guard, was not in tho game Tuesday after spending the week juniors had a two hour social. Tho boys called for Iho girls at Ihoir for missions at home and abroad, rioly of types of good music that long enough 'o cot warmed up, ni end at her home. Chnlrmiin Ksch of the houso announced thnt tho conforcnco for evangelists and in every lino voryone found something of great nevertheless, he sliowed somo work Ada Smith, who has been on tho dormitories "nil escorted them to that was commendable. Stephen- dok list for the past week, is about the Industrial Building, whero Iho reMirt would lie taken up In tho house Young women nlorest and inspiration to him1 of Christian work. social began. Siilnrthiy mid Chnlrmiin Cummins of , are needed as assistants to pastors, luring the evening's performance.. son, who was center for tho Berea again. iiiNimgcrs expects to call It Ilcfreshmenla were served at Ihreo the team, was ablo to outjump the as missionaries, as deaconesses, as Miss Phyla Fuller returned lo Tho first number was tho Sonata' r n,,i .,;n -- Anf - i !..,. dilTorent timos. there being thrco up In the ennte ut a Inter date. visitors and helpers in every line. US mi: I M .U1IIU31, OU; school last week after several days' ,. V Inn ...Mir, ,.. ,l the expected opposition to tho very nico prizes awarded for Iho of !ho earo- - B' h, Young men and young women arc new whco Written in Grieg's most' charming' s!ap0 Bff"- illness at the College Hospital three best lookinic "kid couples." of hoth thokccIIoii. Itepuhllcnn lenders answering this call in all the col- and imaginative vein. Miss Maggio nylee, who has been "B w " hntie mid tho Konnto Ibis selection, " "1. " F.verett HufT anil Miss Flna Hill ys ill. Is now in school again. leges of the land. There is every was one of the belief Hint the conforcnco " mist attractive onian" able to nKJeincsc won the first prize. James YV. would ho. adopted mid tho hill shoot a good number reason lo believo that Berea will tho program. It was followed by a were Miss Ora Smith, who has been Smyth and Miss Lydio McGloono m iii lo ihe president w ith little chance. of baskets, llml a goodly number who are ready aroup in the hospital wilh tho measles, of pieces hy American com Iho oiilKlnmlliiK points of tho measButler and Carlee, who wero for has gone lo her homo in Tennessee. wini tho second prizo and W'illlo to dedicate their lives to Christ posers. Never has tho ty rich ure ns llnnlly n creed upon are: wards for tho visiting team, were and to humanity in some definite Miss Candaoe Craft, a member of Johnson and Miss Tens Lewis won Compulsory Hiihmlsslon of labor disof Mrs. Hutching' beautiful form of Christian service. This is iolin been displayed more advan fast on the floor and were ablo to Professor and Mrs. Smith's homo tho third prize. Tho boys presented the prizes to putes to ii Hrmsneut federal lionrd np- a matter of serious consideration, tageously than in the langorous shoot the baskets for their team during the winter, was given a ixilnted by the president mid com- ..... oil.. but decisions must not be delayed. Southland Sketch." by Burleigh But the spirit of tho spectators was surprise in tho way of a birthday Iho girls with much delight. It IWttlMl ,lf lilt... was difficult to decide on the best ompioyep; the employees, "Negro Chant," by Kramer. behind the Br.'a boys and il was parly on last Friday evening. All looking couples, as and tho there wero, mid the nubile. No i,roviion is mndo almost impossible to lose. who were forlnnato enough to have Tho last group consisted of two of many dressed as beautiful and al-- 1 for enforcing the hoard's decision, Berea Louisvillo been present reported a delightful Y. W. C. A. hriesler's adaptations, built unon most as attractive as Ihoso who. Adjust! t of rntos by tho inter- Fields F Butler evening. d themes, the first his popular Miss Iteed, special representative commerce commission so .is to won pries. Miss Gallic Kirk snnc Y'an YVinkle F Cartco. Miss Bonnio Jean Hill, who was carrl,'r" rvturn of Btf per of the Y. YV. C. A. for tho Inter- - Rondino." upon a theme by Beet Stephenson a lovo song; F. A. Kirk ployed and yM'1 C Redman palled homo last week by tho ill"i;Kr",'1"t, v,ll" "f lt,r Church World Movement, addressed j hoven; and the Iat, a "Minuet" by Clark whistled. We had an G Hill ness of her father, has returned to good malo ouarlelte: a joint meeting ot uio KcntucKy Pugnani G " Horzcr school. . eiu i,ir iiiiirii,Mlieil,s. Tho enthusiastic applause showed Neil and Ladies' Hall Associations of the so heartily that limy DiHirihuiioi, f i,ir n. n.. ,n.rn Hill G Mr. Oliver Carrilhcrs, our efficient Johncs Y. W. C. A., in Upper Chapel Sun tho keen apprccialion of tho audiwero induced lo give an encore. operating Income In excess of six i.or (For Carted ence for tho artistic presentation (For Clark) day evening, February 23. Thero Many games wero played, such as, cent of the property value, enunllv he- Hayes F was a good attendance and much of tho entire program, and showed, Fowler loeol floor. ook, checkers, flinch and nnol. tti curriers' reserve fund nnd F Y'ornon Sanders of tho Collego while others wero enjoying excit- - uio nuenii railroad contingent fund, interest was shown. Special music also, that Berea pcoplo know good Berea Y'arsity will play their team mado 8 points; Bickncll made IIIL" a duet sung by Edna Hcaly and music and want to hear more of it. Inllv limn which will be iiilnilnUtered hythecom- lnt game of (he season February 2 points; Johnson hnd 4 points to wa.s tmniOS. Aflor n the "u' n"MttU uf Catherine Haley, was enjoyed. Miss enjoyed by all. social camo1 2rt on their home floor. This is on Reed spoko briefly of tho work dono BEREA VARSITY VS. TRANSYLVAhis credit, and McCabo had 0 points. v,n,l,.1,nf '"''I:1"-- ! ' "ov'ernment guarantee to rnllronds Saturday night, at 7:00 p. m McCabe was tho lightest member of .w at (ho National Headquarters of tho NIA COLLEGE, LEXINGTON, KY. As in:.i..Kt deficit during the first six Y. YV. C. A. in New York and of tho the Collego team. Y'an Scoyk played this win leap year. If any girl went! months after the rouds uro turned Probably the cleanest and fastest gamo of guard againit homo alone, Training School connected with it basketball game that was played an excellent ' was her lookout, buck. COLLEGE AND NORMAL GAME Then, using for a text tho words, by Iho members of Ihe Berea VarsiTho basketball season always Richards of tlio Normal team, ono As a mailer of facl. ovon Mrs Permissive consolidation of railroads "For tho joy that is sot before you," ty Team was played at Lexington, Claris wilh each one of tho flvo de of Iho fastest players in school. Blount look pleasuro in accepting 1,1 "Pconlm' with general consult-Ih- o 1,0 PrepureU hy tho sho emphasized tho need for invitation of ono of the hnvs In !Iullnn ',HM Ky.. Wednesday, February 18th, partments of our Institution being Richards was tho bulwark of tho I'Dnpnanntiifl lit. n fnnm n.inlnn Hi. Normal team. . ,.. girls who will work, not wilh escort her home. Sho look activo ivuiii, 111ft WIU tho Transylvania Oillego Appropriation I.season, by a process of elimination. fop pleasure but for real joy. Plea part in all games. Mrs. Blount h used as revolving of $MH1,000.000 tc ho I earn. fund from which to Tho line-u- p was; very popular among her Juniors. make loans to carriers ami pny claims! sure costs nothing; joy costs, but is ,oami 01 1,10 'lopartmonts aro A groat deal of credit must bo Collego Normal She is always moro than willing to crowing out of federal control. Unexwell worth tho price. Plan your given ho Bere.i invs in Bin "' iwo icams men F Richards give tho Juniors a push. life work so that it will give you thai thov nlnvnd. Tim host tnr.m I,Iay a s""Im of tbroo games in Sanders pended funds now- - In the rnllrond McCabo F Morris bunds are also reappro-printe- d real joy tho Joy that comes from work of tlio season was ilisolaved.l VN,"(MI u, IPni Wat has won two It looks suspicious that our PresiBickncll 0 Durham dent, Sol Frazler, for that purpose, and nn ap01 ""' l"rPft becomes llio scrvico to others. Then much lo tho surpriso of tho Trail-1'"- " ia decided all nt Johnston Hunlloy onco to go homo $WUKX) 0 you will not have to wait until you for a week's va- propriation of provided.for ho federal boys who thought they )in" ,pam of "l0 Institution. Tho Y'an Scoyk G labor board Is YVicker cation. gel to heaven for your Joy; It will would disnosn of iu vnrv miloklv J members of this winning team aro As llnnlly nureed upon, the YValter Y'an YVinkle, of tho Berea secbo right hero beforo you Hurrah t Tho Juniors hart ono tion provides that "It shall bolabor duty Waller Van YVinklo was especially n"'n p,ltmpl ,0 wear tho athlelio Y'arsity, was tho referee. the among tho best socials given la of all carriers nnd their olllcers, emprominent in his playing. Howas,"n""f "", P0"'W Tho Collego Berea this year. ployees and agents to exert every able to shoot oicht field baskets nnd1""" uu 0'"iai teams wero Iho vic- AN APPRECIATION means to avoid any Interrupy ar' make four out of six fouls (tint i llio managing editor wishes to wore charged tion to tho operation of nny cnrrlor "I0 rirst pamn r 1,10 scrls was against Transylvania." VESTALIA LITERARY SOCIETY growing out of any dispute between pommond tho news items of tho and Normal i" Clark and Noil did snlendid work nSll"i,,i Program for February 28, 1920 the carrier and the employees or subVocational department this week. guards teams Monday afternoon at 2:00 omit rciucT rouNiiia ria which disconcerted tho ef- Son? Society ordinate oIIIcIiiIm." That Is tho kind of news that wo forls of our opponents. oVIook, February 2.1. H was a Tho pass Invocatilu Betlv Fulton want from all departments. Miss work and team work that was dis- hotly contested game with honors Heading of Minnies Secretary! 'BREAK' 3,600 ARMY OFFICERS Baldwin, tho English teacher in played almost even up to the last few minby tho members of tho Berea noil call Quotations' Hint department has asked her class I'eam greatly Interested! tho Lex utes of playing. It was a question Stunt, Clara Tcrrill, Elton Damoron' Dak" Telia Senate of De to write items and hand them to ington patronage if wo may judgo for somo lime which of these teams mouons since Armistice List Quarlot ..Kllnlco Darr. Inez her. This is a most excellent idea. would really bo victors. Collego to Cost $20,000. from tho passing remarks. F.mma Peters, Mlmilo Klar Nothing is better practlco In Eng FOR SALE BY Although the Berea boys lost this finally won by a coro of to to 17. Hialogiio Four Girls lisli from soveral angles than Just gamo Washington, Feb, 20. In response to Tlio Collego team mado Iho first by a score of 33 to 22, wo wero Critic Hattlo Shollon n resolution regnrdlng the wur departwork. YVo know something lliis score and kept tho lead in tho first Dewey well pleased ment's demotion policy, Secretary about how poorly many persons felt greatly with our efforts and half by a score of lo to I. This, agIluker Informed the senate thnt Its write. This is splendid exorcise In gressiveness comforted at our Chapel Building however, did not discourage llio which mado Transylpluu was "to demote olllcers when they Mexican Bandits Hold American. punctuation, capitalization, and vania Normal boys who camo back strong rather uneasy jit various Washington. Feb. 17. Wilson Welsh became surplus In their temporary spoiling. Why not all English stages Adams, nn American, tins been cap- grades." On November 11, 1018, about of tho gamo. Dutt, Powoll in tho second half. Tho players on leachers in Berea follow tho plan and Lappln, ' of tured by bandits In Zacntecus, ilex, 7,000 olllcers wero holding advunceri tho Transylvania both sides showed pretty gooil of Miss Baldwin? Como on every and Is being hold for fXl.OOO pesos ran- grades, but this litis been reduced to team, kept us from bolng victori sportsmanship and tho gamo was week, Y'ouational department. som, the state department was about 3,000, with demotion continuing-- , ono of tho fastest played on our ous by their wonderful defensive the kecretnry said. n mir-pris- e ch Tlio gin next Sunday evening. evangelist is n man of rare ability. ts vnrk as pastor of the Clnirch of All .Nations brings him in toucu with all classes and kinds of pco pie. Ho is Just the type of man that Berea students will enjoy hearing. And his mossago will bo full of fervor and vital interest. Plans are mado lo make this tho most enthusiastic, and successful Large mooting ever held here. orowds are expected from the llrst Thoro need bo no fear of lack of seating room, however, as overflow meetings have been provided for This meeting is not for students only, but citizens of Berea arc in vited to the services in the Chapel It is hoped all will enter heartily into the meeting and enjoy it so 'much the more Ity having a part in it. 1 February 17 death entered the llerea College Hospital and boro stcr, friend and now away our classmate, Lillian Calico. Sho was Hip old daughter of Mr. and Mm. John Calico, of Carlcrsvllle, Lillian was a student of tho Normal department, she had only been In school about two weeks when sho was taken to the hospital with mca slos whipli later developed inlo pneumonia and paused her death. Although sho had been hero a short lime she had mado many friends nml every one had learned to lovo taellrs and tho ability lo gel covered and passing the ball. Horea un- The Academy THE JUNIORS You might think that Just a few members of tho Junior Class can't have a good meeting. Well, If you do, yon have another "think" coming. Jul to show you I am right, I will say that a small group of Juniors met Friday evening, February 13. and had tho best meeting we have had slnco organizing. Mr. Bates Henderson lold an O'Hcnry story that was enjoyed by all. Wo llien had somo spirited discussions mi our plans for the future. Wo aro planning to have somo mighty good times between now and Hie close of school, and if llio rest of you Juniors want to help 'is enjoy them, you had better como out to the meetings. If you wait loo long, you might bo disappointed. Wo meet in room 78, Academy ratnpus. Our next mpcting will bo hold Friday evening al 0:15. Como on, you Juniors, who have not been attending, and let us mako this boiler than any of tho previous meetings. JOHN BARTON PAYNE Transylvania Lappln F Powell 0 Dull 0 Barcla Chandler 0 F Illckcrcll (for Lapping F Q Fields Van Winkle in IS NEAR 1 ITS FINAL FORM stophenon Neil 5T AND SIX MONTHS Measure Jointly Reported Stirs Union Labor Leaders. Clark Fowler for Fields Hill for Noll) Cleveland (for Hull Hipkcrcll F for Lappln BEREA VARSITY VS. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE 0 lni Lillian was a devoted Christian girl, and departed this llfo with n bright look on her face. Sho will be missed in her homo, and In her Church; for she was an aclivo workBut wo er in her Sunday-schoo- l. are assured that our loss Is her gain. Her life with us was short, but now sho will livo tho long life whore there is no death pain or lcar3. She leaves a father, mother, brothers and sisters and a host of friends. Tho body was taken to hor homo near Cartcrsville, Ky., for burial. As students and facujty wo wish to express our most hcartful sympathy A. E. YV. lo the bereaved family. Termi Saturday, February 21st of the Proposed Reorganization Act Are Made Public at Washing, ton Make Arbitration of La. bor Dltputt Compultory. One of Ihe best basketball rect sis-to- rs, d otll-cIh- Ih mnn-nRe- rx ni "" ro-H- irt tone-quali- he.c 'u' ' irS1:!1 ,rt7W,(flM'r fr nJri'" wlr ed "' true-heart- ed cham-sylvan- "' SNAPFIL' sr,ary L.Trosper 1'Vliniary 2(5. 1920. THE CITIZEN Pago Thrco fhoTlamils Soul 1ft UiosoTcw moments taken by tne men wno trnme the laws liotirs nnd I'm going on It. "fortuhnd gone through a lifetime of expen the roiistructlon program proposed nately my property, or most of It, hns rience. hy the navy department. An Inquiry you repeat- dissolved the wny It enmc." "Edith," he snld, "when ntii the situation thnt exists in con She moved townrd him with extended Ihoso words I knew you hud somegress wllh respect to military nnd thing that t have not. I knew It, not ed hnnd. "(Inndby, Dnve," sho snld. nnvnl legislation shows thnt most of He held her hnnd fust In his. "Good-bby words but by the way you said lb" congressmen hnve got nn Impres- Edith. I enn never forget I enn You mndo me know that In them. ion llnit there Is a distinct rcnctlon It If you loved, you would never repay nil you hnve been. your own life. y throughout Hie country ngulnst By things. Tell mny sound foolish to you nfter nil I NATIONAL RESOURCES ON GOVbo ready to enduro oil or tiuvnl legislation nnd for this B Clulfiorc thing )e hnve snld, but I sometimes wonder me, Kdlth, how may this ERNMENT LAND WILL NOW BE rensnn, nnd this reason nlone, they kitchener, and olfvor pocnu If If I hnd not met Irene If " Ho done?" re disinclined to support nny great DEVELOPED RAPIDLY. Sho trembled with delight nt the pnttsed nnd went hot with embnrrnss-men- t. forward step of a tnllltnry or naval Whnt would she think of him? new tone In bis voice, for she knew nature. would never ngaln An hour ngo ho hnd been rendy to SYNOPSIS. was wrung. . . . 'I should lint hnve thnt for him llfo Nc sooner wns the sennte bill with empty, lllppnnt, selfish. Irre- kill or be killed In grief over his frus- COAL IS ITS CHIEF FEATURE nld. "I'm be the naked ynu, Dove," she Its universal training provision out v sponsible thing which In the pnst he trated love, nnd nlrendy he wns CIIAITT.il with hit father on sorry." In the open t tin n the members of the mnklng lovo to her. Hnd ho boilly. managed ranch, David They stood n moment, neither wish- hnd cnllcd life. KMn has rrnrhnl Urn ag of eight!) regardless of political nflllln- "In your ense," she said, "tho course brought her lo his room for this? Conditions Under Which This Fuel muse, begun with fw nluratlnnal advantages. An ing lo move nwny. "You snld ynu hnil to let It be known thnt Inns, lo lh auto In which Dr. Manly, Is simple. It Is Just a enso of for- Whnt n hypocrite he wns I and Oil May Be Prospected For they were opposed to universal traineminent hyalclan, ami hla claugfi-U- r sotiiethlng Hint must bo donn nt once," "Korglve me, Edith," ho said, ns giving." Irrns. are touring lha country, brines sho rcintmlrd him tit length. and Taken From the Public Do. ing In nny form. On tho Hepiibilcnn ft new element Into Til life, Dr. ttardy'a He gnred for a time Into the street, he relensed her. "I nm not quite mymain. "Yes," he answered. "I hnve to kill ler la brntten. ami he la neceaaarlly d side the lender. Heprcsentntlve Mon- and re- self. . I hold you In very high to h a and aome- Then I'm going lo Join up while thought, of bitterness of his respect lell of Wyoming, enme out Hotfooted more, develops between Irana and n innn. ns one of God's good women. venge fought for domination Ihln Dy JAMES P. HORNADAY. with the nnny." ngulnst the training fenture of the length, Goodby !" -- Irene again upon him. mind. "Edith," he sold, nt CIIAI'TPIt I! enloya the Her lunula were Wellington. After some years of .leiintc bill nnd his position wns supunioinfm cimi irr. iii.in or rancii lire, ana "Hut you mustn't, Dnve." she plended, "hitist I forgive?" parleying congress hns llnully ngreed ported by the members of the house tier aii intanrrahlp wllh David ripens CHAPTER XIV. "I do not sny joii must," sho anInto nffeition tin Dr llardr'a recovery "You can't light for your country then. on the conditions under whlrh the govoininlttee on order of business. The the ynnnir people pert wllh the swered. "I merely sny If you nre wise that David will eek to Improve You will only Increase Its troubles In you will. Nothing, It seems to me. Is When Irene Ilnrdy pursued Dnve ernment will permit thu mining of 'ITeel of this wns to discourage the hla poalilon In llfo and they will meet these troubled time. Don't think I'm muse committee on military ulTnlrs ns forgiveness. from the house the roar of bis motor-en- r conl, oil, gas, phosphnto nnd sodium aialn for hltn, Dnve, but for you. so much misunderstood wns nlrendy drowned In the hum on the public domain. The bill agreed from going ahead with the Idea that HIAITnil III -- The eudden death of hla plendlnc puke of us for the sake of The one who Is forgiven mny merely father leaves Ihivll with practically for the Is commonly known ns the oil Ions-luIt should report n bill providing for cscnpe punishment, but the one who of Ihe city streets. Hntless, she ran to noth'ng t...t Ihe few hare arrea of the those who cure." bill. It Is the expectation of con- tinlversnl training. The Democrat ram h Die elder man having throURh forgives experiences a positive splr-Itu- the length of n full block; then, rrara of ills'atton waated the Income lie look her bunds In his nnd raised the futility of such n chnse, re- gress that under thu legislation the if the bouse, wllh the notion that they expansion." Ills ilrMs paid. David xoea to the nearest them lo his shoulders nnd drew her political ndvnntnge tonn, deterprned to keep hla promise to thnt Christianity?" he ventured. turned with almost equal luistc to natural resources to which It relates could gain some "Is Irene by acquiring nn education anil mak-In- fncu close lo his. Then, spenkltiR very will be developed rapidly. The nt by Inking n stand ns n unit ngnlnst Is one side of Christianity. The her home. hlrnerlf worthy of her He eecurea the "It first work offered, driving a team for a slowly, nnd wllh euch word by Itself, other side Is service. If you nre will"Whnt Is the mennlng of this?" she tempt to tlx conditions under which tinlversnl training, cnticussed nnd al coal dnler, and meeta a man named Con "Do you renlly cnr7" ho said. most unanimously voted to oppose ing to forgive and rendy to servo I demanded of Conward. "Why did he the government would permit the tnk ward. al"iit hla own ace, by whom he I' Ing of "Oh. Duve!" training. action wns tnken led Into don't think you need worry much over threnten lo shoot and why did lie owned eon I,It oil, gns. etc., from hinds this PresidentThis CIIA PTi:it V -- Attracting the favorable Then come to my room nnd tnlk Wilson hnd written by wns stnrted nwny buck lifter the detnlls of your creed. Creeds, lenve ns bo did? You know. Tell In managing editor of a tome. Tnlk to met Tnlk lo me attention 'if the Kor the Itoosevelt administration. In the caucus a letter nsklng It not to newnpaper David liecomee a reporter nfter all, are not expressed In words me." Kdlth, acutely ecnalhle of hla rood look a "I nm sure I wish I could tell you," every congress since that time the sub- tnke n stnnd ngnlnst tinlversnl trainIn lives. When you know how n but and general vtorlh'nesa. falla In love wih suld Conwnnl with all his neoustnmed ject hns been up. A pending piece of ing. him thixith wllh the memory cf Irene In mun lives you know what ho believes hla heart David does not percehe It War Department Will Suffer. sunvlty. In truth Conwnnl, hnvlng legislation relnles to the. development nlwnys." The upshot of It nil Is thnt the lend soinewbnt recovered from his fright, of wnterpower on the public domnln. advnncea to a rilAI'Tril VI Pnvhlnn the newsnancr "Suppose I forgive whnt then?" to get rf risronathllltv You nre needed right wnstln rnther good Fplrlts. Things It seems likely Hint this leglslutlon ers hnve decided not to try "Service. Conward renews acrpinlntaneeahip with hnd gone better thnn he hnd dnred to will niso be perfected nt this session. through universal training legislation Dald fnr his own advantage lie aeea now, Dnve forglvp my frnnkneos the town 'rlne" fnr a boom through I'erhnps most Interest In the leglsln at this session. Tbey believe the main your country needs you right now. You hope. Elden wns eliminated, for the David secures the hicktnr of the news. Wndsworth bill will Taper for achemea In which he la Inter dismiss this grlevnnce from your present, nt nny rnte, nnd now .wns the tlon thnt hns Just been completed cen- features of the must 1ed, a"d the two. aa ("onward and ters In the conditions under which eventually be accepted by the coundismiss your resent- time tn win Irene. mind, nt lenst Klden co Into the real emote hustreas, She stood before him, flushed nnd conl Is to be tnken from tho public try nnd by congress, but they renllze. ment over It, nnd then plnco yourself CIIAITril IV. -- Naturally of clean mind David deteimlnea to get away from Ma All Ihe arrangements for so they sny. that nothing, perhnps. vibrating nnd with flushing eyes. domnln. at the disposal of your country." unrongeiiUl surroundings, and lrtte de-- taking coal as well ns the other dp- - could be gained by putting thnt bill brings Ii'm Into contart with Mr Melv'n "Thnt Is whnt I hnd been thinking "You're lying, Conwnnl," she snld puncan w ho sees the Inherent good In the posits covered by the lcglslntlon will through the senate at this session nnd of," he snld. "At lenst thnt pnrt nbout boy and him to hla whee hnve to he mnde with the secretary sending It to the house to be slaughhe meeta INllth, hla hoat'a pretty daug'-tcserving my country, nlthough I don't and begins too lovrted of the Interior. The first step toward tered. my motives were ns high ns you think Vll.-Ilmen become CIIAITKIl The uprising In congress against the development of the government wealthy during the "boom," and when It would mnke them. Hut the wur can't owned conl land will be to subdivide military legislation leaves the war de la nearlnc lie Inevitable end Ixivid ills, Inst It Is unbellevnble." covera, through Mis Morrison society this land Into leasing tracts of 40 partment In o most unsntlsfactory on wMi h he had editor of the neial-"I'm not so sure," she nnswered n It hnd counted on lcgls been employed, that Irene Hardy la ncres enrh or multiples thereof. In no condition. grnvely. "Of course I know nothing In town, with her mother ense will anyone leasing tract contnin lntlon by the end of the flscnl year nhout Oermnny. Hut I do know someCIIAITr.lt VIII -- The narrative turna to more thnn 2,.r00 ncres. Leases nre to providing for the pence mllltnry esthing about our own people. I know the llardys. In their eastern home. Mrs. be nwnrded by competitive bidding. tablishment. Now It will hnve to go nnd Hardy unavailing aerka a "brilliant" ond Individualistic how selfish matih for Irene and realliea that her There nre some provisos or exceptions nlong In n makeshift way until con we hnve sordid nnd daughter'! aftectlona nre placed elaewhere. written Into the leglslutlon. For In- gress nets. Meantime nearly all the Irene rentmn lo her Intenaely annoyed "Ye," Ha Answerer!, "I Have to Kill been: how slothful nnd Incompetent mother hrr nttachment to David Klden, stance, where prospecting or explor new brunches of the service that were we hnve been; nnd a Man." nnd the Cow Turn her The audden death of , ntory work Is necessary to determine built up during the wnr, like aviation, Dr, Hardy leuvea the two women wllh I fenr It will tnke n long wnr nnd snc-only a few thouaand dollara, and Mra. (ioil'a soke tnlk to tuel I must tnlk the existence or workability of conl motor corps. Bos ond flume, etc., are Hardy'a health necessitating her realdence rlflces nnd tragedies nltogether be- deposits, the secretary of the Interior rapidly deteriorating for luck of In a drier illinate they move to the to someone." yond our present Imnglnntlon to make weetern city where Duvld Klden la a . .. .... , She followed hltn. Inside the room US mny Issue n prospecting permit for n funds. Hetween now nnd the end of citizen of importance tinsellisn nnJ puouc-spirue- ti, i mm he hnd himself under control ngaln. clenn nnd generous. t term of two years for not exceeding the fiscal year, June 30, the regular WW !JA VFI n'm not wor TtfTK ra. Hardy entera fully lie told her Ihe story, nil he knew. CIIAITKIl appropriation bill will be 2,500 ncres; nnd If within thnt period army Germnny Into the "boom" spirit, and while engaged rying nbout the defent of tn purchasing a houae from Conward When he hud finished she nrose and If our civilization Is better than thnt the permittee shows to the secretnry passed nnd It Is the thought of the David meeta Irene again, and her mother men In congress who nre dealing with walked to one of the windows and thnt the Inml cnntnlns coal In commer He vainly endeavors to prevent Mra Oermnny we shnll win, ultlmntely. eyes upon of Hardy Investing In real estate, perceiving Htnod looking with hhmm-Ihclul quantities, he Is to be entitled to the situation to mnke provision In nnd If our clvlllzntlon Is worse thnn tile dlaaater nt hand, but aha la obatlnate thnt bill for tiding the depurtmcnt the street. I'or the hecond time In a lease. Germnny we shnll be defented CIIAITKIl X -- Conward, whom David la his life Dnve Kldfti hud Inld his henrt thnt of over until a permanent policy shall "You're Lying, Conward." we shnll deserve to Restrictions on Railroads. ultlmntely nnd rapidly coming to dlatruat, aiqulrra an on. ascendancy over Mra. Hardy, who haa bare to her, nnd ngaln after till these be dctVnted. No lease of conl land Is to be ap- have been decided never liked David, Invariably referring to years he still tnlked ns friend to Women Seek Equal Chances. "First you lied to him. proved or Issued until nfter n notice of llberntely. "Hut I rather think thnt neither Puncher David flm aatothe Cow him at onre. but presses friend. That was It. She wns under and now you He to me. There can be Women, through tho woman's bumarry ahe la alternatives will be the result. I 4 no other explanation. Where Is that of thirty dnys has been given In n reau of the department of labor, unable to fully make up her mind. The no delusion. Dave's eyes were as the "boom" burata and Mra. Hardy ftnda her rather think thnt tho test of wnr will gun? He snld I would know whnt to newspaper of general circulation In are equalimoving to olitnli. Inveatment little better than worthleaa blind lo her love ns they had been show thnt there are elements In Gerthe county In which the lands or de Ineplred by Conwnnl, who la aervlng hla i hut nleht when he hud first told her government do with It." posits nre situated. There Is nlso a ty of opportunity In the own enda. ahe blamea Klden. David man civilization which nre better thnn "I hnve It," snld Conwnnl, pnrtly Last fall this bureau arservice. Conward seeking to take advantage of Irene Ilnrdy. And she could not In our clvlllzntlon of the Innocence of a young girl working tell hint. Most of ull she could not ours, nnil elements violence. provision that no railroad shall be per off feet by In the o III re, and thwarta him. theirs, nnd thnt cnrrled keep his until youher a little mltted to hold n lease to mine conl on ranged to mnke a study of positions which nre better thnn I will nre It government service open by ex. . Ml tell him now. . . . She hnd waited .I c the public domnln except for Its own In the CIIAITKIl XI -- After a violent quarrel, nil these years, nnd still sho must tl.e goou e.enems lnore reasonnble. und perhnps n little use; amination to women ns compared . during whlih David atrlkra Conwnnl, the nnd no rnllrnnd company can rellirni lilt" lilllMn ill a lit" more respectful." The with those closed to women. latter makea threats against the happiness wnlt. better thnn either." of Irene and David, whli h David treats "Irene," suld Mrs. Ilnrdy, "whnt wny ceive more than one permit or lease study was begun In September. On upon her form, Dove's eyes were with contempt. Irene finally agrees to "If thnt Is so," Dave replied, "If Is that to spenk to Mr. Conwnnl? You for euch 200 miles of Its railroad line November 5, ten days nfter receiving marry David, though her mother atrongly silhouetted npilnst the window. It ocwnr Is but the working of Immu-- i are out of your head, child I Such n within the stnte In which the coal land this disapproves of the match Mra. Hardy a partial report from the bureau, the turna to Conward for consolation, and he curred to him that In form Edith was tnble law which proposes to put nil the Is situated. I Immediately area n chance to "get even" pussed n ruleo much like Irene, lie recalled thnt elements of civilization to the supreme scene, Mr. I Conwnnl knew Thnt would In getting civil service commission The most of the delny with David by enticing him Into a situaIt nlwnys ing opening all examinations to both In those dent! pnst dnys when they test nnd retnln only those which nre tion with n woman cf the town under cirthrough this leglslutlon wns due to pacumstances that will compromise him, women und men, leaving It to the disused to ride together Edith hnd re- Justifiable by thnt test, why should come out some time. Oh, If the the Inability to agree on the compen pers should lenrn of this I" appointing officers to of XII -- David almost falla Into minded hltn of Irene. CIIAITKIl fight? And," he I or anyone else satlon which the government should cretion the the desired when requestthe trap, which la set In hla office, but Is sex specify "Thnt's all you think of," Irene reWhen she stood silent so long he ndded, as an afterthought, "what saved tiv the appearance of the young son exnet As llnully ngreed on the bill ing certification of eligible. torted. "A scene, nnd the pnpers. You provides thnt when the government of Mr Merlon, to whom the tinn has sold spoke ugnln. about that principle of forgiveness?" land that la practically worthleaa. The to even wonder what On November 10 a bill was Intro"I'm nfrnld I hnven't played n very boy telle him hla father la dying, nnd "We must light." she answered, "be-- I don't trouble decides to lease a tract of coal land, g David arranges to visit him at once somewhnt cause It Is the low that we must fight; wns the occnslon of the scene. You're It shall announce In advance of the duced lu the senate by Senntor heroic part." he said, she haa failed, the woman confesses not. I'll of Connecticut, amending the shamefacedly. "I should hnve burled because It is only by lighting tlmt we nfruld of the papers. I'm her part In the plot and Involves Conward. offering of the lenses the roynlty thnt Maddened at hla partner'a treachery my secret In my henrt ; burled It even can Justify the principles for which we give the whole story to them tomor- will be cbnrged. This roynlty Is not statute now In force which dates back secures a revolver, determined to David row. I'll tell thnt you Insulted him to 1870 and provides that, at the disbe-but runlah lilin, hla first accompanies the boy, from you; perhnps most of nil from flght. If we hold our principles as I Conwnrd, nnd bow you stood there, to be less thnn 5 cents n ton, payable cretion of the head of any deportment, They find Merton you. IUit you can advise me, Edith. lug not to home worth lighting for the new civl-- j at the end of euch thlnl month suc women may be appointed to nny clerkmaking neceaaary dead, nnd David, after n grinning, guplng cownrd under the arrangements for the care of the tiody, I wilt value whatever you sny." llzutlon will throw those principles In ceeding that of the extraction of the muzzle of his gun. How I wish I hnd ship In the government service. The takes Charlie to Irrne. At Ihe house She trembled until she thought he the dlscnrd. And thnt, too. covers the a photograph of David meeta Conwnnl. and he lends him she cxclnlmed, conl from the mine nnd nn nnnunl amendment provides that In requestIt!" to believe Irrne la deliberately false to must see her, nnd she feared lo trust question of forgiveness. Forgiveness, "It rental payable at the date of the lease ing a register of ellglbles for appoint, with n little hysterical lnugh. him. Now angered beyond control, David In fact, does not enter Into the conon the land life, when Irene her voice, but she could delny n repl la about to end Conward-would look fine on the front puge." nnd nnnunlly thereafter nominating and appointing and David txdleves she does It no longer. Intervenes sideration nt nil. by the lease n ment the for love of Conward He denounces her She broke Into penis of Inughtcr nnd or coal deposits covered officials shall not specify sex unlesa "We must fight, not becnuse we hate such rate us mny be fixed by the sec "Duve," she snld at length, "why and In almost tnaane anger leaves the rushed tin the stnlrs. Is a physical barrier to the prophouse. retary of the Interior prior to offer sex performance of the duties to be should you take Cnnword's word In Germany but becnuse we love certnln principles which Germnny Is endeavIdoclT" In such a mutter us thlsl" ing the lease. This rental Is not to er Ill the hnllwny of the (Continued next week.) fulfilled. Thus one of the ends deThe Impulse must be less than 25 cents nn ncre for the word. oring to overthrow. which he hud his bachelor apartments "I didn't lake Conwnrd's already been utmost comW) cents nn sired has not hate." first year, not less thnn Dnve almost collided with u woman. That's why I didn't kill him at once. be love, pletely accomplished. while ... She bud turned nnd faced hlm ncre for tho scond, third, fourth am He drew buck, nnd thu light fell on It wasn't Ills word, It was the Insult employer of labor In The Inrgc-s- t - RIOT OF WASIb IN AIRCRAFT fifth years, and not less thnn $1 an Mh fnce, hut hern wan In tho shadow. that cut. Hut she tried to save him. sho spoke, nnd he felt himself strangethe employer of the acre for each year thereafter during the country and of labor, the United upon me. Sho Would ly carried away by the earnestness of ho heard her voice. And then She threw herself greatest variety House Subcommittee's Report on War the continuance of the lease. What n wonderful Why, have taken the bullet herself rather her argument. "Oh, Duve, I'm ro Klad States government, has as Its employEffort Bitter Arraignment woman she wasl And as he looked Coal Leases Indeterminate. what tins happened ?" Tho last word than let It find him. That was what agent the civil service commisof Department at her he again thought of Irene, and Lenses nre to be for Indeterminate ment run Into a little treble of pain an she that was what " sion. This commission Is responsible suddenly he felt himself engulfed tn periods on condition of diligent devel noted his haggard face. "I know, Dave." She hnd to hold Washington, Feb. 17. A scorching opment nnd continued operation of the for securing the proper person for al"You Edith?" ho inanajjed to say. herself In check lest the tenderness a great tenderness, and he knew that was made to the full house by mine, except when operation shall be most every position In the governreport "Whatever thnt welled within her, nnd would even yet nm I to do?" he suld. "What the subcommittee which has been In- Interrupted by strikes. At tho end o ment service except those of unskilled "What fiho enmo toward him nnd placed shupe words of endearing sympathy those filled vestigating aircraft production ond ex- - ench to period tho secretury o labor In some states, and her hands on bin. "I've been hero a in her mind, should find utterance In amIn I tho do?" apdarkness of her own shadow pendltures of the war department mny require n rendjust by presidential appointment. The tho Interior speech. "I know, Dave," she wild. hundred tlmen ever Blnce morning Summarized, the committee findings ment of terms and conditions. pointment of women to nny governset her teeth for that answer. It ever since Ilert Morrison called up to "The next thing, then, Is to make she to be tho crowning act of ment position Is still regulated by a embrace counts of "woeful cxtrava- As to the oil and gas, tho legislation say you had disappeared that there sure In your own mind whether you wns and it strained every gance; total Incompetency; utter fall-- I provides thnt the secretury of the In statute written In 1870, which deIsn't, Is ever renlly loved Irene Hardy. was some mystery. Thcro women may In the discreure, and a wild riot of wnste." terlor mny grant to nny qualified ap- clared that If you loved Ireuo a week ago fiber of her resolution. there, Dave? You're oil right, Dave, The report severely criticizes Secre plicant tho exclusive right for n po tion of the head of nny department "You hnd better go overseas and you lovo her tonight" nren't you, Davot" be appointed to any of the clerkships tary naker. Colonel Dlsque ond Direccalmtold "Edith," ho suld, "there Is no wny enlist In England," she were him her tor Ilyan, and contains a strong rec- rlod not exceeding two years to pros therein authorized by luw. From this "I guess I'm nil right," he managed tilling ly, although her nails gas upon not to exceei pect for oil and to answer, "but I got n Job on n Im- of explaining this. You can't under"You will get quicker action ommendation for a separate air serv- 2.5C0 ncres of government land. On stntute has sprung the custom of portant Job on. I must get It done. stand. I know you have given your- palms. sexes to way. And when you come bnck ice hereafter. that establishing to IVj satisfaction of the opening exnmlnntlonseither both nt the self up to it llfo of service, nnd sex Tbore Is not time" closing them to Interior department thnt ho bus lornt or gono honor you very much, and ull that, but you must see Irene, and you must Hut her woman's Intuition had WHEAT EXPORTS GROW ill valuable deposits of oil or gns the discretion of the bend of any departfor below his Idle words. "There Is there nr some things you won't be learn from your own henrt whether U. S. ment, regardless of the fact that neipermittee Is to be entitled to n lease something wrong, Dave," sho said. covers the examinayou really loved her or not. And 11 nblo lo understand. You enn't underemtrrncet ther rule nor luw of the Inml America's Part In Feeding Europe It for "You novcr looked like this before. tion Itself. stand Just how much I loved Irene. you Hnd you did not, then then you tn his prospecting permit. Tho lease Shown In Reports of DepartTell me what It Is. Tell me, Dave. Have you never known of love being will be free to Ip to think of some nurrlng women or men from nny Is tn be for a term of 20 years upon ment of Agriculture. Perhaps I on lielp." examination, however, burs them not oilier womun." a royulty of 5 per cent of the value moment, turned to hate?" Davo was silent for a special occupation for Impulses may be. but "I ufrnld I Klitttl never cure to "No. Feb. 20. America's of tho production and the annual pay only from the Washington. watching her. Suddenly It occurred not love. Other can no more turn to think tint nny other woman," he anwhich tho examination Is given but of Love naIn advance of a rentul of $1 un feeding the mint part In to hltn that Edith Duncan was beauti- hate than sunlight can turn to darkfrom nil kindred occupations. All swered, "except you. Hut some wuy tions of Europe Is shown In the repc ts acre, the rental paid for any one yea other bureaus which may require ful. I don't think of you ness. Ilellove me. Dave, If you hate you're different. ugulnst the royultles as commerce, which to be credited If she had not quite the fine features Irene now you never loved her. Lis- as a woman, you know; not really. In of the department of exports services of the samo or like quality from the they agree for that yenr. put tho total wheat of Irene sho had a certain softness of ten: 'Love beureth all things, bellov-etas those specified In the examination n wuy. I can't explain It, Edith, but United States In 1010 at over 30,000,-00- 0 No Big Military Legislation Lrkely, even xpresslon, a certain mellowness, are confined to a register made up exyou're something more something ull things, hnpeth all things, It looks now as If the United clusively of one sex when the oppobushels more than the 1018 shipcertain tenderness, of lip and sye; better than nil thnt." all things' I" During the last year the Unit- States would continue to drift ments. womanly delicacy site sex may be as acceptable or prefHe hnd sprung to his feet. "Kdlth, ed States exported 148,080,470 bushels far us prepuntcdiiess for jiosslbl things, Edith; not all "Not "Edith," he sold, "you're white. Why things." all they must ask for a speI enn never thank you enough for of wheat, compared with 111,117,103 The Immediate en erable; or wur Is concerned. man loves will U It that the woman line what you have suld to me tonight. tn 1018, according to the department'! actment of mllltury legislation of Im cial examination In which no sexwomsays all things." "It they must seek the fall him, nnd the woman he only Dave was silent for some time. You have put some spirit back Into figures, representing an Increase la portonco Is not probable. At the pres Is drawn; or Ilket stays truer an or mun desired among those alWhen he spoke again she caught a dif- my body. I am going to follow your more than $00,000,000. ent time not much Interest Is being ready In the government service. "Ohl" she cried, and he could not ferent sound In his voire a tone as advice. There's h train east In two value of j guess, th depths frqraMcj), tjer. cry LEASE BILL mm H mm W lvtn xc COW PUNCHER Robcri J.C.Stoad PASSED IT LAST mill-tnr- prnc-tlrnll- .'"J. bl ton-flns- ly under-atandl- ti renl-Izln- g ! r edin-nllo- oth r llv-In- money-grnbbln- g d u lX.-M- WW ....... Hee-In- Mc-Le- ....... ...... . ' 1 one-fourt- h wor-strlck- h Page Four MEMORIAL SERVICE THE CITIZEN February 26, I02O. impressive very A memorial service was held at tho Union Church Sunday for tho soldiers of the late war. The American Legion A NEWS OK UKJJKA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD FROM nllendetl in n body. VARIETY OF SOUftCKS The men were proudly led by Miss Miller, the llrst woman member of the posl. Miss Miller was a member of the A. X. C and saw ncttve service in France. The church was well decorated Splenttllc horse shooing, flnc Iron with American Flags. Two large all descriptions work nnl repairs of Haps draped nrdund the Kirtralt nt the College Blacksmith Shop,1 f doorse Washington, in whose for WOMEN nnd MISSES Street, north of The Citizen Main honor I he day was celebrated. The ad. With a big line of everyOfllcc. members came in singlo fllo nnd sat thing in Readyto-Wear- . in a section which had been reSpring Suits, and the L. 4 N. TIME TABLE served for I hem. The order of tho This store is unquestionably foremost new Sport Coat, with a service vvis very lltling for the Northbound in Individual style leadership. The wonderful showing of The wholo nudienco occasion. 3:38 a. m. Trnin No. 31 models now being shown present the touted in singing "America, the spring Skirts and Waists. Train No. 33 12:18 p.m. verdict from ttAcA there is no appeal. Beautiful"; Miss Herndon Ihen sang Underwear in Georgette, Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. 'The Marseillaise," ami Ihe quartet Crepe de Chine and Southbound then sng 'There Shall be One VaMuslin. cant Chair." Train No. 3112:10 a. m. Hr. Hulehins gavo an excellent Train No. 3312:25 p. m. 1:10 p. m. Train No. 37 Hats of Latest Creation address on "Getting Nearer to Tailored Suits Ho showed that we Washington." Smart Frocks are not far from Washington In In Plain, Tailored, Dress Born In llev. and Mrs. Cunningham point of time by stating that his and Evening Hats Afternoon Dresses a liny. father lived six year's under WashMr. and Mrs. A. Pniillo. Smith, iulniinlslr.it ion. Dr. Hutch-in- s of Our ington's are rejoicing over the nrrival of a Watch for Announcement presented the character and cTVlILLINERY Smith, .Ir.. on Kelt. on. A. I'mltte Opening word of 'The Father of His Coun20. 1020. Mother and son are doing try" in his usual vivid and interestSkirts, Blouses, Coats nicely, ing manner. Trade wtlh us, I.owen of the Miss Margaret We'll both make money WVIrh Dept. Stores left last week for New Orleans where she will COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINGS take some special work in Soule( MRS. EVA WALDEN We announce the arrival of a large College. She will also be Cottage prayer meet hies will be Business shipment of with her sisler who is teaching in held next Saturday night al 7.30 In I lie eity during her stay TO REVIVAL the following homes; there. CITIZENS INVITED HATS Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Glasscock, of E. I.. Roberts, .lackson Street. The citizens of Herea are invited in Mercer County, havo Id attend the revival services in T. B. Stevenson. Center Street. introducing a wide rurefy of Fruit Unrein, been renewing thoir friendships Main Chapel, which begin ncxi Dr. W. O. Best, Estill Street. and Flower effects on large and here. Mr. Glasscock was a student Sunday night- - Dr. E. J. Helms, of C. H. Werlenberger. Obi Richmond small styles. here in the Vocational department Boston, will be the evangelist, and Pike. and later was enlisted in the Col- his son will direct the music. Dr. Mr. Arnetl. Prospect Street. lege Unit of the S. A. T. C. Mrs. Helms is a strong preacher and a C. H. Bunlette, Cheslnut Street, Olasr-eneis well remembered by all man of very delightful personality. east. Herea citizens as Miss Marie Bower. .11 has been necessary during the Chas. Olmstead. Chestnut, Street, Mr. Nickell, who has been living winter, mi account of tho great west. on Center street, is moving to Win- number of students to ask citizens Hold. Lamb. Depot Street. ('.has. Preslon. .lelTersnn Street. chester. not lo attend Sunday evening chapel have .Mrs. Chester Parks' mother has services; but arrangements Prof. I. H. Long. Boone Street. KENTUCKY BEREA a. been spending several (lays in P. Nash. West End. been made to have overflow meetings during the revival. It is sinA cordial invitation is extended Miss Lelia .lane Harris spent the cerely hoped that many of tho cit- In every one lo attend the meetinir week-en- d with her parents in Rich- izens will attend. in Ins or her neighborhood. mond. Miss Jessie Smith, who teaches at MISS RHINE PASESS AWAY Classified Advertisements in Paris. Ky., spent the week-en- d Miss Emma Rhino died at her Herea with homcfolks. home on Center street on Friday of Mrs. M. F. Morgan has been quito Tho funeral was held WANTED past few days at her last week. sick for Hie on Saturday afternoon at the home. home. Two hen peafowls. Mrs. W. O. Rev. C. E. Vogel, assisted by Rev. Master William Haley has been Hudson, conducted the ser- Monro, Paint Lick, Ky., R. F. D. very ill of pneumonia at his homo Howard Burial took place in tho 2w-3- G vice. in Herea. He was improving the METHODIST CHURCH Boron Cemetery. DEAN 4 HERNDON last report from him. FOR SALE The DHi'ir' MipiTintendent, Or.' Miss Rhino was 83 years of age Real Estate Agents HOW TO USE IT Mr. Less Adams has been ill with and was living with her nephew and )ne mill Ford truck, small bed, only .1. M. Litleral. preached at thc.i the flu, at his residenco on Boone niee. Rufus and Emma Rutherford Methodist church Sunday night J SS50. Havo you bought that Farm?, A Monthly Magazine SlreeU but is improving fast and at the timo her death. One ltl9 Ford touring tar only 150. 'Hie sanrnment was administered will soon be at his posL and the quarterly conference was' Don't look too long! Wo still havo, $2.50 The Year one 1918 Ford touring car only $100. a few farms that wo could deliver. Little Lucille parks has been rpii'o One 1919 Ford touring car only $125. held. Buy your This church, under the leader-- 1 if sold in the next few days. After ill with the flu the past week but One 1918 Chevrolet touring car only Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy ship nt Rev. C. K. Vogel. is doing then we will sell to give possession is much better from last reports. $350. to Recently, eleven new January 1, 1921. But now is a good All these cars are completely good work. Hr. M. M. Robinson has purchased your prop-- ! overhauled and in good condition. names have been added lo the! timo to como and list the Odd Fellows' building on the CORRECT ENGLISH PUB. CO. Welch's Garage membership roll. The interior of erty. If you want lo ohango tho, Phono 99. south side of Chestnut street joining EVANSTON, ILLINOIS From the church has been decorated nnd price or terms that you have given his property. plans aro being laid for tho build-- 1 us, call at Tho Bank and let us make, Barred Rock Roosters for sale, of Miss Polly Madden, who has been ing of a new parsonage, which will, Ihe changes as we wanl to revise laying stock. splendid was taken very ill of probably bo erected during the our old lists after March 1st. and Parkway Corner Chestnut Mrs. Wm. G. Best. to the Robinson Hospital about a coming summer on Ihe lot just' BEREA. KY. Herndon is just up from the flu. week am. She died Monday; her north of the church. Was flc!ty sick! 'tvvixt mo and you;' mother, sisters and brother were For Sale One slack of good hay. Tho society is entliuslnslie ta do About 35 to 40 acres of land We carry a full line of Pattern But you enn "bet your life," by Hob, with her in her last moments. Tho W. H. Wylie, toward Methodism's goaij its share Hats from Cleveland, Cincinnati. for corn and tobacco, body was taken to Hamden. Ky. They Paint Liok, Ky. of winning a million souls t.v He's up now and back on his job. Route 1 Louisville and Indianapolis. So come on now and list your land. have the sympathy of ovory one in cottage house, tobacco A revival Christ in the year. it this spring if we can; their sad bereavement. MISCELLANEOUS meeting is being planned, but tho We'll sell barn. Possession any day. We Give You the Best Style Hut if we do not plaoo it all, Mrs. Laura Jones ha's returned Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. time and Ihe name of the ovango-li- -t We'll Mini a buyer by noxt fall. From Each City Call on from a trip to Cincinnati. have not yet been announced. Model Press Shop. Mr. Elliot, secretary of (lie Chris.lohn Dtmti's still doing "financial WE CARRY ONLY HATS J. W. HERNDON tian Hoard of Missions for Kentucky, chores," Mrs. Sallio Hall, Center street, will preached at the Christian church He'll lend you money, or borrow Beren, Ky. take boarders by tho week. Married, in Covington, Konlucky, We devote all our time and tallast Sunday. yours. February IDth. 193), Miss Annette Call al The Bank and sco him thorc; ents to the study of our business Frank Jones went to Ravenna and We Clean White Kid Gloves. Kenney and ClilTord A. Mulligan, He'll shako your hand and treat you and we make A SPECIALTY OF Irvine on business this week. Model Press Shop. HATS. We fit your hat to your 'both of Cincinnati. Ohio. 'Hie bride square. Hazel Margaret, tho seven-yeown individual ityle and guaranformerly resided in Berea, at tho old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. tee satisfaction with every order. homo of her mother and has a host A i soon as the sun dries off the FOR RENT Dean, died Wednesday after several ground We have nodissatisfied customers bungalow on Elm street. of friends who wish her a long nnd Having bought out the A days illness with Mr. Mulligan is in (ho Herndon will rosumo his "rambling happy life. coal business formerly For particulars call on Theodore Funeral serices will take place at round,'" Cily Auditor's Olllce in Cincinnati, owned by Mr. Bailus tho Baptist Church today (Thurs- "We Sell Hats and Sell Them Right" Strunk. at Printing Office between vvlioro ho has been employed n num- - And if a buyer alights in town, m. Wilson, I am prepared 1:00 and 0:00 p. day) at 2:30 p.m. iber of years and we congratulate him Wo'll "caloh him" oro ho hits tho lo servo all his custoground. in his olioico of a wifo. mers and all now ones, R. B. DOE Tho happy pair were atlentled by We'll show your land and all tho at tho samo location on has lilted up a new barber shop on Mr. anil Mrs. Lawronco Bauman, rest. Depot StreoL Wo will Short street. He will appreoinle Ihe sister and brother-in-la- w of tho And sell him what ho likes the bosL deliver promptly to all Ihe patronage of his friends. groom, tho ceremony being a very And if ho lacks a few round wheels, parts of tho city. Give :'w-- r. ipilel one because of tho Illness of To close up big or smaller dcal, us a call or phono No. 01. the bride's sister, Mrs. Louis Lester, We'll shake our rags and hlo and buck, and her son, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. EXPERIENCED C0RSETIERE to And 'twlt. us we will cough urn up. immediately During next six weeks will tako Mulligan went S. housekeeping ill Cincinnati, whero So he your troubles great or small. orders for Spirella Corsets. Entlro Bring them to us ami toll us all. they will make their homo. Berea Kentucky satisfaction guaranteed. We'll show you homes and give you M. L. Howl, Coractiero, choice, UNION CHURCH Prof. May Properly 5 And when you've bought you will F. L. MOORE'S Tho Union Church will cooperate rojoico. revival servlcos to bo held in Ihe ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Come on to Dean & Herndon! in the College, beginning next SunAll persons Indebted to William day. The Parish Hnuso may bo Powell, deceased, aro hereby re- used for some services during tho FOR quested to make settlement with meetings. Arrangements aro being mo on or before March 12, 1020. made so that oilUens of Berea may itCfotheS First Clan Repairing All persons who have claims attend Hie revival services In tho against William Powell are hereby Chapel. AND notified to present their olalrna to Dr. HutchliiH will speak in Union Fine Line of Jewelry mo properly proven, as requrcd by Church noxt Sunlay, nt 11 a.m., up. law, on or before March 12, 1020, or on "Christian Palmistry.'' Tho topKentucky Chestnut Street Berea, MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. meeting will bo same will bo rejected. ic of tho niid-wcKy. Phone 68 Jas. C. Bowman, Administrator. "Loading, Men to Christ." LOCAL PAGE Best Blacksmithing We are Ready for Business Individual Spring Fashions -- li ' j JIM k Jennie B. Fish Co. Bc-re- CORRECT ENGLISH ' Spring Hats Mrs. Laura Jones j For Rent KENNEY-MULLIGA- N ar New Coal Dealer j Quality Shoes and Clothes J. Gott 3vv-3- Hats Jewelry Store J. M. Coyle & Co. W. F. KIDD Real Estate Berea, uk hVhrunry .'(V lo:n. persnnnl spending of himself nnri fnmily. Ho was nniong Iho flrsl lo realle tlio olTcct on tho soli of ronllniieil planting of lobacco, nml from that staple Inrneil early weed to wheal and corn. Ho was a' keen student of crop rotation, nnd I (nrichinonl, and ho inado n con- tiniial study of scionllllc farming in lln hooks of tlio period, Duha- -i Treallse of Hus- liter hiintlry, Homos, Tho Gentleman Farmer and Young's Annnls or Agrlculluro. In the last dnys of thn eight- -' eenth century there wore few sc- eurllles into which money could ho safely Invested. Nor wero there government securities such ns Wa Savings stamps and Treasury Sav- Ings Ortlllrnles Into which money could both he kept safe and yield a fair prolll. Hut the best of the securities of his time, Washington selected for invcsOnont. The Inrger pai l of his surplus, however, wns in laud, tho most secure in- eslmenl of his day. Had lie lived in this tiny, he would have held his I, Iherly Hontls, and invested a portion of his income in government savings secu! THE CIT1ZKN piuiionslilp of good bo6ka. Vcry cortllally yours, Howard V,. Taylor t)tf)0-!t:5- Pago Five COLLEGE WEEKLY CALENDAR 27 The Citizen A family BEREA Newipaper for all that li right true, ami interesting rriday, February 0 a.m.. Department Confer- I'okllihnlftrrrThurrHajrat Hern, Kr. ences. Children under Years of Ago Miillmr Ofriwn Ernst Nistcr. The Moo Cow Hook Krnsl Nlslor. n,,, Itimk of the Farm Ernst Nistcr. ln Hook of tin' Zoo Ernst Nislor. Our Dog Friends Krnst Nislcr. The Mniwnlo Hook Fox. Fables nml Folk Tales H. K. Scud- Hooks HEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrorpof Btrdt WM. G. FHOST, r J. O. LEHMAN, M.n.tint Editor for rive 7:l(M:lo Subscription Rates I'AYAIILK IN ADVANCE Kit Month Thrre Month One Year tt.M U M rent turnpt. Hi. Order. Draft, Brnri money y rrt-.t1- or Kxirra Money (.ettrr. or on and two The dte after ymir name on Ubel ihow to what date your uberrlntltm I puid. If It U not chantred within three wrvkaaftrr renewal notify ara nollAed. Milnff numWra will I gladly udlrd If wa lltieral termt given to any who obtain new u1h ertptloni form. Any rme tending tit four yearly auliacrlptlona ran rereive The Citlien free for one year. AiWertlalng- ratea on application. ABOUT OEOROE WASHINGTON Tho father of His Country Was Not Only a Patriot and Military Genius, But Ho Was An Exponent ot Thrift (leorgo Washington, when ho tiled, in I7W, left nn estnto valued Mulock. at ahout three quarters of a million Books for Children under Seven dollars. Ho was n rich man for rities. Years of Ago those, days hut ho huilt up that forI.itlle Lord Faunllcroy Kalo Dougtune hy thrift, economy, wiso manlas Wiggin. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES agement and careful and safe InI he Bird's Christmas Carol Kato E. r. Dlinoy, Principal vestment. It is true that his father Douglas Wiggin. was a large land owner, hut Mrs. William Clark, after several The Tailor of Oloucestcr Beatrix (ItHirge whs a younger son and hy dnys absence on account of tin, rePotter. his father's will was left only a 2H0 sumed her work Monday. The Water Babies Charles Kings-leitcre farm on the Happahannock. Miss J.oii Elliott relumed to her n sharo of tho land lying on Deep work after a brief illness with tin. Books for Children in the Third and Hun. ten slaves anil threo lots in Fourth Grades Mrs. Ahney. Mrs. Batson nnd Mr. Frederick. Stephens wero on the supply list Toby Tyler Otis. Hit did nut have the use of thn' last week. Tim King of tho fiohlen lUvcr Inheriluiiei) tinti' he was 21, as hi Iluskin. Dr. Win. 0. Host was a visitor at mother was hy terms of the will to school Tuesday. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland hnvo hlss inheritance for her use Carrol. Mrs. I). 0. Hales, her daughter, until Ihi win ' age. lie l.eiiora. and Mrs. Hopkins visited The Wonder Book Hawthorne. hi understand thai he must school Monday. Peleikin Papers Miss Hale. Mipporl h.niselt, nml before ho wri Mrs. Profossor King has hcguin Nights with Unolo Ilcmus Harris. snvenleen years oltl lie had begun earnest leadline regular The Jungle Book Kipling. When but a youth he lesons in tho school. lo do so. The Sect mil .lunglo Book Kipling. Rich-aril- s. win paid a iluhloon a day or someMiss Childs crntlnues to bring her The Tolo Books Laura K. times six pistols, ns ho records, helpful stories to the children. She' nml he snved it. He was appointed pan always depend on a warm wel- Aunt Charlotte's Bible Storie- sYounge. tin adjutniil general of militia, by come from the children. fSovwnor Dinwiddle when ho wn Teachers' meeting was called off Beautiful Joe Sanders. niiK'lei n. wilt) the rank of iiki'm Tuesday exening on account of so Wild Animals I Have Known Ernst n in I iay of one hundred and fifty ninny lynchers suffering with colds.1 Thompson Scton. pounds a year and saved it Our pntrioMc program is tempo Books for Children in the Fifth and During hi evxierltmcos in the rarily sidetracked on account of tin. Sixth Grades French nml Indian wars ami in hi" Pupils who have been out on ac- - Treasure Island II. I,. Stevenson. service under Ilraddork he received count of llu are gradually return- The Swiss Family Robinson. titly hi" armv pay. hut wherovor ing (o school. Wo feel sure the Master Skylark Bennett. Hans Brinker Mary M. Dodge. he went he kept his eye out for worst of the epidemic is past. good land ami bought or patented Miss Fairrhild's class has been A Maid of "70 Mrs. Knipe. Inrgo tracts, whioh in llmo to come doing real lied Cross work. Three Polly .Trotter, Patriot Mrs. Knipe. yielded him handsome roturns. children of one family were mem- A Maid of Old Manhattan Mrs. Throughout his eight years as bers of tills class. All thrco chilKnipe. commander-in-chiof the Conti- dren and some other children, and King Arthur and His Knights. nental army he received nothing father ami mother wero stricken The Bishop's Shadow T. T. Thurs ton. but his expenses, and even whilo down nt the same time. So Miss president it is sure thai he wa Fairchild nml her class raisctl funds The Big Brother of Sabin Street-- forced In spend the full amount of and supplies for the family and did T. T. Thurston. bis sulary in maintaining his posi- their "bit" to bring cheer and com- The Little Lame Prince Mulock. tion. Yet he found timo by elitni-imli- fort to the distressed family. Sarah Crewe Burnett, of wnsle, by conservation, Books for the Seventh and Eighth and thrift, not only by Grades A LIST OT SELECT BOOKS In pile up an independent fortune Little Women Louise AlcotL but lo Increase many times In value Dear Friends: Little Men Iuiise Alcott. the properties which camo to him j Siime ;eeks ago I asked our Prof. An Old Fashioned Girl Louise Althrough inheritance from his bro- Haino for a list of good books, suit-- I cotL ther Iwrence and hy his marriage able for children, to be sold thru our Ruse in Bloom Louise Alcott. II... I MnA.. I.Ull?U itlUUH. ili.nl! Cooperative store. Hn lina f.Wnt, mil ,,-with Mrs. Curtis. it, iit.o f. lilt' l.lllll) Much of this was accomplished such a splendid list that I feel you Kicld Cousins Louise Alcott. His would nil like lo know ahout it and The Dove in tlio Kaglo's NesU-Ch- arby wise farm manageineiiL papers give repealed evidence of so am asking our editor to publish lnlto Younge. .Inn of the Windmill Ewing. the thought lie devoted to details, the same in Tho Citlien. Thcso aro all line books by the Six lo Sixteen Ewing. To begin with he wns a devotee of the budget system, and kept strict very best writers nnd will help to We and tho Worhl-Ewi- ng. and careful arcounLs not only of his! make the llresido all tho brighter, John Halifax, Gentleman Mulock. It s a great thing to liavo the com- - In His Name E. E. Hale. business expenditures, but of the Man without a Country E. E. cil y. ' ' ef ou r T II. T. Scuddor. cinwic Nursery Tales, siiti-icMother Nature Told Her Children lane Andrews. iunny Stories Allen A. Orccn. lliinuy Stories I. aura Smith. Hunny Stories Joseph C. Slndolar. II. L. A Child's Harden of Verses Stevenson. In Story Land Ellaholh Harrison. The Story Hour Kate Douglas Wig-plnrgin. The Sandman. Hibln Stories, The Adventures of a Brownie s dep. The Children's Hook Faculty 10 Adjournment). Preparation for Gospel Meetings Pres. Frost. Saturday, February 28 IC'IO-tca.m., Divided Chapels. Foundation School In Parish House. 0:iri-7:.p.m., Free Vesper Hour. 7:00 p.m., Varsity dame Georgetown at Borea. 7:.'I0-U:p. m I.iternry Societies. Sunday, February 29 U:l5-I0:- ir a. m., Collego Sunday- school Evangelist. ('15-7:1- 5 p. m.. Young Peoples' Meetings. 7::tO-8:.p.m.. Chapel Worship: First Gopcl Meeting. Monday, March 1 O p.m.. Band Practice, Vesp. in., (7:ifl. Hull Call; nencral . Select Your Bank On the basis that the best banking connection assures the broadest facilities as well as the maximum of SAFETY we point to the fact that in the 13 years of the Berea National Bank's service in Berea, its facilities have been more than adequate in meeting every banking need placed before it. This ability to handle any transaction EXPEDIENTLY and SAFELY is greatly enhanced by the bank's membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, whose billions of dollars of resources serve substantially to broaden the service which member banks can render. 1u W o:i!-7:.T- per 7:30-8:3- 0 11:30-9:- S'ociaN, Calls. p.m. Gospel Meeting. Tuesday, March 2 a.m.. Department Chapels. Luncheon for Committee on Gospel Meetings, Vocational Chapel. 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m.. Gospel Meeting. Wednesday, March 3 0:30-9:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapels. p.m., Cabinet, 3: 1:00-Hi p.m.. Exhibition. 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m. Gospel Meeting. Thursday, March 4 9:30-10:a.m., Divided Chapels: Evangelists. 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m. Gospel Meeting. 11:55 a. in., 5: 30 Berea National Bank JOHN W. WELCH, President JOHN L. GAY, Caihier LILIAN CALICO Lilian Calico died last Tuesday in tho Berea College Hospital of measles and pneumonia. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cal ico, and granddaughter of Rev. F. P. Bryant. She had been in Berea about a month, hut had attended school only a few days when she became ill. She united with the While Lick Baptist Church several years ago and lived an earnest member. Her greatest interest was in Althe church and Sunday-schoo- l. though not quite eighteen years old her life was such as would be a good example for others. Her father and mother were at her bedside during the last hours of her life here. Even though it was hard for her loved ones lo part with her. it must he comforting to them to hnvo the assurance that she has gone where there wiiT be no more sorrow. She loft a beautiful testimony and asked her loved ones to meet her in heaven. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community in their loss of a dear sister and daughter. TURNER-JOHNSO- N OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY REPORT RETURNS OF FROM 18 TO 25 MILKS FROM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM 8,000 TO 12.000 MILES ON TIRES THIS OAKL IND SENSI1ILE SIX IS POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities are lew and far hetweecn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is sold. - SENSIBLE SIX Mis Stella Johnson, the daughter of the assistant postmaster at this plnro. was married Thursday to J. traveling salesman, B. Turner, a whose homo is in Memphis, Tenn. They motored to Richmond with Pruitto Smith; witli his assistance the license was secured and the happy couple departed to Winchester and wore married at the resi dence of Miss Stella's aunt at that' Till- well-mad- easy-ridin- g; place 11 INDICTED IN ARMY THEFT Shipping Clerk Given $30,000 to Keep Silent Informs of $200,000 Piot. New York, Kelt. 10. Eleven men were Indicted by e federal jury In Brooklyn charged with the theft of military Bonds valued nt $200,000 from the nrmy supply ''nse. South Brooklyn, on Fell. 3. Nine of them wire em ployed nt the twe. According to the the offenders ofTered u nutliorltles. shipping clerk $.'!0.000 its ttie price ol silence, hut lie Informed the ofllclala In charge nnd the stolen goods were . trurcd to n storage wn rehouse In Severnl truck loads of clothing were (hipped from the Imse to Camp on forged requisiMerrltt. New Jen-ey- , tions, of which the military nutliorltles were nwnre tlnr-lent- Tockinq Cab and Roadstek 11078 F.O.U. Pontiac. Mich. SH INGLES mi Safer, more lasting, Companies classify Carey INSURANCE sp and safer roofing, low rates. anil permit Because Carey Shingles are made of the very best wool felt, tempered asphalt and crushed slate, they are and very durable. The natural red or green fadeless color of the slate surface makes them beautiful, and renders painting unnecessary. Low in cost and with practically no maintenance expense. irk-proof non-warping, non-cracki- more beautiful and less costly Annie Fellows Johnston. The Coming of tho Prince Eugene Field. Dog of Flanders Ouida. Hah and His Friends .lohn Brown. Ilobiii'.iin Crusoe Daniel DoFoo. Turn Brown's School Days Hughes. The Cable Story Book. Homola Georgo Eliot. H. II. Jackson. Ilnmonn Tales from Shakespeare Limb. The Princess and Gurdio McDonald. Westward Ho Kingsloy. Horoward the Wake Kingsloy. Men of Iron Howard Pyle. Tho Merry Adventure. of Ilobin Hood Howard Pyle. Thn Cruise of tho Cachlot Bullcn. The Days of Hruco Agulllar. The Hoosier School Master Egglo- ston. The Lady of tho Lake Scott. Selections from Tennyson, Wordsworth, Lowell, Longfellow, Burns nnd Browning. The Prince and tho Pauper Mark Twain. Tip Lewis nnd His Lamp Pansy. (To he continued next week.) Hale. .Joel, a Boy of Galilee Boone Tavern Garage Beren, Ky. Phone 18 ' THE NEW United States Disc Separator "The U. S. is the farmer's pride. Made to drioe from either side." Credit Sale of Flour Stock Urged. New York. The United Stutes Is urged to permit thu Mile on en dlt of 10,000,000 barrels ot tloui now held by the Grain Corporation tc feed the millions of starving men, women nml children In thu cities ol , BoheuiU rolund, Austria, lluugucj-nod Armenia, In uu appeal Issued bj tho American Belief Administration Thousands must starve slowly, tile appeal added, If America, the allies and neutrals continue to withhold theli surplus food supplies from those faia countries. Will fit in any location to suit the owner. The crank is put on the most convenient side and a pulley for power attached opposite the crank. But the most important feature is the T""0 Ml - STEPHENS & MUNCY Phone-D- ay 113 Night 133 BEREA, KV. Yaraa Piear U &. N. Depot K-- K Greater Efficiency Urged. Chicago, America's future naval policy must be one of expunslon aud Increased elllcleucy, Admiral Wlllluic S. lleiisou, recently returned from the given oppor- nuvy and nominated to be head of the The influenza has Shipping Board, declared In un adtunity for n thousand acts of kind- dress. The strengthening of tho nuvj ness ami a good niany deeds of real wus not for aggression, hu said, but tc heroism. Wo shnll remember it not further the cause of commerce und tc by some of its distresses but by n maintain America's status among tlx great many of its rovclatlons of nations of thu world. "Our uuvy must friendship, fidelity, and tho spirit of equal hi size uuy navy lu the world und from the standpoint of ctllclcuc) service. must be better' Admiral Benson said Separator. perfected, bowl, with inter- changeable, simplified discs and record skimming qualities, not equalled by any other separator. There arc other exclusive features in the New United States Disc Separator which we will be glad to explain in a free demonstration and will convince you of the superiority of the new United States Come and see R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky It Page Six thi: CITIZEN Foltrunry 2J, 1020. BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS Good Preparation for Life OPEN TO YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS THE GREATEST $150 SCHOOL IN AMERICA Any ambitious boy or girl In the mountains can go through Ilcrea College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for 1160 a year. As each student is required to do some work, the above amount is reduced by the nmount of work performed. A student with energy and reliability can greatly reduce tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his cntlro expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, nnd may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. t Cost Exceedingly Low A Course for Everybody The crown of tlio whole Institution, nnd provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Courses lending to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. II. NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing wllh State Normals, and graduates are given Stalo certillcatos, I -- year, course beyond the courses. Six-yeand common branches for degree of II. Pcd. III. ACADEMY The Preparatory course of four years is tho straight road to College. The English course of two years is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for those who cannot go further in school. IV. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subBricklaying, jects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, niacksmilhing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, and SinoI, COLLEGIATE ar EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fco ... llooiu Board, Six Weeks Amount duo March 24, 1020 Board, flvo weeks, duo May 1, 1020. manors $0.00 C.50 10.60 (OBOIRIji W.00 5.60 15.00 $28.00 13.75 (20.50 120 graphy. V. FOUNDATION VI. in tho common Gcnora! education branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who have been deprived of the advantages of early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Orchestra. A fine opportunity t. becomo a good musician at a very low cost. SCHOOL extra. Total for Term '.. $39.00 $11.75 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from above incidental fco. For College students ndd $1. Every student must send FOUR DOLLARS DEPOSIT in advance, otherwise room will not bo resorvod. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, nnd Penmanship arc from 60 cents to f 1 a week extra. Muslo is also from 50 cents to $1 a week wgmmui Now is tin- time to make preparation lor the Summer Term which begins June showing that they arc above fifteen ears of age, in good health, and ol good character. before coming to Iierea. Write for a Catalogue and book oi Chief Regulations, to the - It, or lor the regul.tr school year beginning September 15. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial The use of tobacco is trialy forbidden, and there are other regulation! which ou should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bcrcn, Kentucky. -- MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special about 5 cents per bushel and will give in return 2 to 5 bushels moro per acre. Don't Forget The Poultry Meeting Saturday at 10 o'clock. BOYS AND GIRLS' CALF CLUB EUROPEAN BORER -- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science IH0W TO BLEACH WOOLS AND Investigator POULTRY MEETING On account of the rain Saturday, flic poultry meeting, wfiicn was set I JIM OATS SILKS Preparation of the Seed Bed Less attention ordinarily is given for 10 o'clock, was postponed until Saturday, February 28th, at 10 A. M. to tho preparation of tho seed bed In stutc of the rain, seven people for oats than that for any other interested in belter poultry, came field crop. In tho corn bell, where to Berea. There- was an informal meeting held at the County Agent's office. At this meeting flvo pure bred R. I. Red cockerels were sold and taken to farms to head a flock of pure bred R. I. Reds. At the meeting Saturday there will be R. I. Red cockerels for sale. Orders for eggs will bo taken. Early hatch is tho best Chlck3 grow off better and make bolter breeding stock as well as belter market stock. All poultry raisers arc urged to be present Saturday and help push a Poultry Campaign. Wo need more CHICKENS' and eggs to eat as well as to sell for sugar, coffee, soda, salt etc. Don'l forget the meeting. - Question for Farm People and Exten tlon Workers to Think About, Say Dairy Experts. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Why shouldn't n buys and girls' calf club grow Into n men nnd wniiv en's cow club? Or, more Immediatelf ly speaking, n larger boys und larger boys nnd girls, that cl nl K not larger club. Or, getting nonrer ihe meat or the milk of the thins why shouldn't the club buy or girl who raises n, cnlf milk t lint cu!f when she girl-cn- JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUB One hundred and forty boys and girls of southern Madison and Rockcastle counties have enlisted as club members for 1920. These boys and girls are planning to grow corn, pigs, poultry, potatoes, tomatoes, clc. Many have already started their work. There is room for a few more. Those wishing to becomo members should write to County Agent, at Berea, and ask for an application card at once. Membership Campaign closes April 1st. Now is the time to cel. in while there's room. Books, bulletins, record book and! club pins will be sent out later to! all members who join before April 1st. Don't Forget The Poultry Meeting Saturday. CINCINNATI MARKET8. Hay and Grain. Com No. 2 white $1.5001. GO, No. 2 yellow ?1.5G1.5S, No. 3 yellow $1.52 01.51, No. 2 mixed $1.5401.50, No. 3 'mixed $1.50011.52, white ear $1,510 1.50, yellow ear $1.5401.50. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $320 37, clover mixed $32.50 030, clover $34 038. Oats white 01 He, No. 3 mixed 07c, firsts G2c, seconds 01c, funcy dairy 53c. 89000c. Butter, Egg and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras Kggs No. 2 white O20O2&C, No. 3 01 Vi 092c, No. 2 mixed 00 HO Extra firsts 53c, firsts 50c, firsts 49c. Live Poultry Fowls 4 lbs and lbs 31c, roosters over 34c, under 1 22c, ducks, white, 4 IN und over, 35c, lien turkeys, 8 lbs and over 35c. Live Stock. Cattle Steers, Rood to choice $110 $12, fair to good $9011, common to fair $009; heifers, good to choice $9.50011.50, fulr to good $800.50, cnminnn tn fulr SIlffflH muc prwiil tn choice $800, fulr to good $0.5008,' cnniiorb $105; stock btcers $0.50! 010.50, Mock heifers $0.5008.50. Cuhes Good to choice $20.50021, fulr to good $14020.50, common und largo $0013. 1 loirs heuvy Selected shippers $14.25014.75, good to choice pucken medium und butchers $15015.25, $15.25, common to choice heavy fat cows $9011.50, light shippers $15.23, pigs (110 lbs uud let) $10014. oats commonly follow corn, tho seed is often sown broadcast without previous preparation of tho land. It Is then covered by disking and harrowing. Much belter results aro obtained, however, by disking the land before seeding, whether tho seed is sown broaacast or is drilled. A good seed bed usually can not bo prepared with fewer than two diskings and at least one harrowing. If the oats are to bo sown on corn land on which the stalks are still standing, it is good practice to break tho stalks before disking. This can bo done readily, especially on a frosty morning, bv dragging u heavy polo or iron rail broadside across tho field. Tho stalks then can bo cut with a disk harrow much If tho better than if left standing. disks of the disk harrow aro sharp, they will cut tho stalk into short pieces, which soon decay. It is never advisable to rako and burn stalks and other trash on cornfields that are to be sown in oats unless tho quantity is so great that it can not possibly be covered by disking. This humus-makin- g material should not bo destroyed but should be worked into tho soil. Oats always should bo sown as early in tho spring as the land can be worked, but proper preparation should not bo sacrificed to gain a little time in getting tho seed into Oats do best when tho ground. sown in a rather firm seed bed, with 2 or 3 inches of loose, mollow soil on the surface. This can be obtained best on cornstalk land by breaking the stalks, double-diskin- g , oither by lapping half or cross disking, and thorough harrowing with Lapping harrow. a spiko-toot- h w half with a leaves tho surfaco more nearly oven than when the field is cross disked. Tho diski should bo set to run 3 or i inches deep. After tho seed bed is in good condition tho seed should bo sown and the field again harrowed. Treating the Seed for Smut Tho yield of grain and tho quality of tho crop also can bo materially increased by treating the seed for smut. An easy and effective method of treatment is to sprinkle tho seed oats with a solution made by adding one pound of formaldehyde to 40 gallons of water. Tho scod should bo spread on a clean floor, thoroughly sprinkled, and shovoled over until all of tho grain is well moistened. It should then bo covered with blankets or canvas and allowed to stand for several hours. It can then bo sown at onco or spread 6ut in a clean placo to dry. Tho seed will run through tho drill much moro readily if dried beforo seeding. Tho rate of seeding should bo somqwhat increased, to allow for tho swelling of tho seed. Tho treated seed should not bo put Into sacks, bins, or machinery unless tho smut spores in them have been killed by treatment with tho formaldehyde solution. Go to your druggist for tho Formalin. The treatment will cost disk-harro- Youngster Making a Good Start. becomes n cow, wnteh her development, keen a net of books on her pro duction, nnd, In n smnll wny, leiirn the essentlnls of dairy furmliiir. nklrg the tl cures to school nnd getting them Interpreted, und Incldentnlly teaching "the old man" n new trick or two? That Is the question. In one form or nnothcr, nsked by the experts of the It Is a question that dnlry division. farm peoplo and agricultural oxteii-Moworkers might think ubout. There mny bo more to sny on the subject ufter a while. n J STATES ganate is nothing as compared wllh the slain. For both silks and wools, Is a mild Larva Is Dirty White Caterpillar, borax can bo used, as it blench for either fabric. HyposulAbout One Inch Long, With Brown phite of soda, which is tho "hypo Head Ears of Corn Are used in photography, can also be Bored Through. ul used for woolens or silks. A A million dollars' worth of damage of chrysLals dissolved In a a day l conservatively estimated us ipiarl of water will mako a good the effect of Hie Kurnpettn corn borer rinse to whiten silks; follow with If It once gets est hi I shed In the corn clear water. Silk or wool once holt of the 1'iilled Suites. This Is Ihe is hard lo bleach becauso of stntetnent of George A. Dean, hind of the entomology department In the Kan-sn- its dellcateness. For wools, sulphur fumes alState Agricultural college. The Insect, which litis done tremen- lowed to pass through tho clean, dous dnmnge In Kurope nnd Asia, bus wet garment is tho best bleach. been Introduced Into New York and Cnre should bo used in doing this Massachusetts and Is looked for In work lo avoid lire and not to subject otljer regions. tho worker lo tho danger of inhalLarva Is White Caterpillar. faKuropean corn ing tho fumes. Unless ono has The hirvn of the cilities for working out of doors it borer Is n dirty white caterpillar, about nn Inch long, with a brown is rather inadvisable to attempt It. head. It passes the winter In a nearly A barrel and a sulphur candlo mako condition within Its food a pood bleaching outfit. Placo tho plants. In the spring Its growth Is pan of water, in which stands the completed and It then bores Its wny to candle, down In tho bottom of Iho the surface of the food plant, where It barrel, so that tho fumes from the makes n slight bole to serve as an lighted candle aro forced to riso exit for the resulting moth The larva now forms a cocoon In the and circulate through the garment, burrow, passes Into the pupal stnge, whioh is suspended in tho barrel nnd In nbout two weeks the adult moth on white strings or strips of musemerges. The moth, which lives about lin. He careful of two things; do two weeks, deposits 300 to 700 eggs on not inhalo tho fumes, and nrrango the food plant. In nbout five dnys the tho garment so as to prevent fire. eggs hatch, nnd the young larvae nt Palo bluing in tho rinse water of first feed on the tender shoots of the plnnts, but finally bore their wny Into either white silks or wools will do the main stem of the plant. In nbout considerable towards keeping Iho six weeks, after burrowing through all whito clear and preventing Its yelparts of the plant, the Inrvne pupate lowing. Photographers' "hypo" can as before and emerge as moths .about be used lo restore Iho whiteness lo the middle of Hummer. any stronger The female moths of the second silks or wools, but brood do the greatest damage to corn, since they attack not only the stalk, Ktcry farmer and gardener should VALUE OF BULL AS BREEDER but also the tassel and the ear, and be on the look-ou- t for the Insect, Profeeding until cold weather. continue fessor Dean urges, nnd upon discover- High Average In All His Daughters Is Destroy Ears Completely. ing signs of Its prernee should ImFinal Measure Four Years The ears of corn are bored through mediately Inform his state entomoloAre Needed. from bottom to top nnd from side to gist or experiment station, sending In side, the borers feeding on the kernels the Insect or the plant on which It has The number of daughters n hull hni Complete de- - evidently worked. while they are soft. t In tho advanced registry Is not measure of his value as r breedMORE MILK AND BUTTERFAT er. Neither can his value be measFOUND IN Article IV. Estimated Loss of Mi'iion Dollars Neither Javello nor potassium perDaily if Insect Once Gets manganate can bo used to remove Established. slams from silks or wools, unless a slain is so bad that (ho slight vllnwing from Javello or permanEASTERN lablo-spoonf- 11 yol-low- s chemical bleach will yellow both wools and silks. Velvets All materials of this nature, often found in portieres, lablo runners, nnd cushions, may bo renovated by brushing thoroughly with a short brush. If any whipping is to be done, it sliould always bo dono from the back, so ns not to mar or print tho velvet with tho beater. Water spots on velvet may bo steamed out. Tills may bo dono by either of two methods: Put nbout iine-ha- lf inch of water in tho teakettle, tic a piece of cheesecloth over the spout, and let tho water lioil hard. In this way n Jet of steam will bo produced in which the velvet can bo shaken. ThU process may havo lo bo ropoatcd several timc4 but in almopl all eases the worker will bo rowarded. If ono prefers to use a wet cloth on n hot iron, slcam can bo produced this way; but for large, heavy pieces Iho kcttlo method is best. Cleaning may bo dono satisfactorily wilh magnesium or chaltc by spreading a thick layer of powder; lot it remain for sovcral hours, Avon a day or so, and then shako and brush off tho powder. This method is not applicable when tho garment is badly soiled. Pillows may bo washed, without removing the feathers from tho rase in a tub or washing machine. Wash by sousing up and down In tho water and then rinsing, hang lo dry in the sun and wind. Choose a windy day for this work, if possible, as wind drys and livens tho feathers well. It will bo easier to clean tho tick if tho feathers aro removed, as tho tick often needs rubbing which will break tho feathers. For this, transfer Iho real hers to a cheesecloth bag and wash feathers in tho bag nnd wash the ticking separately. until-cleu- ured by a few High-averag- e daugh- I Of LIBERAL FEEDING FOR COWS Animals Start'ng Into Winter In Thin Condition Need Extra Care to Nourish Calves. (Prepared by the t'nlted Btates Depart, inent of Agriculture.) Mreedlng cows that started lr to tho winter In thin condition need extra care nnd liberal feeding nt this time If they nru to nourish their calves properly nnd mnlntaln their own bodIt Is a mistaken ies satisfactorily. Idea of economy to starve through the winter a cow that Is to drop u calf In the spring. Such practice not only reduces the vitality of tho cow but dwarfs the growth of her offspring, because she Is not able to nourish It A Qood Harvest of Corn, With Good Matter Left, Which, If Organic properly. Plowed Under, Will Make Next Corn The cow should he provided with a Crop Better One. liberal amount of silage, or legume, hay If no slUigo Is avnlluble. A protein suptructlon of the ear Is generally accomplement In the form of velvet beans plished ether by the borer or through or cottonseed meal should he provided decay which follows the Injury. On In addition to two or three pounds of which emerges In the sprint may grain. Com stover or straw may also mothresponsible for from 100,000 te be be used If available at this time of 300.000 larvae later In the same season. year. ment In Breed Type Purebred Bulls Essential. Greater Importance Than Improve- 1'ar more lurportant than the 4111 any bull. procinciit In breed type due to tin of uso of purebred bulls, Is the liicrciisi In milk and butterfut production ol CARE FOR CREAM SEPARATOR the daughters of purebred bulls from It goes nl high producing families. most without snlug that a purebred bull, when Introduced Into u herd ol scrub cows, will produce dniighterf that produce more milk und butterfut than their mothers. Used-Part- production In all ters. his daughters Is the final measure, and that cannot be determined by using the bull two or three yenrs. I'oui years lire needed to measure tho value It Should Be Thoroughly Washed and Sterilized After Being icles Harmful. I &XXXXI? Winter cow comfort winter profits. A row DAIRY NOTES f The cream separator should bl thoroughly washed am sterilized aftet each time It Is used. Particles of milk or cream left In the separator act m a "starter" to hasten tho souring ol the cream. SOME ESSENTIALS FOR COWS means more her breed cows. that ranks with the best of Is worth half u dozen aver-ag- Animals Will Do Better If Not Con. fined Too Closely Warm Sta. bles Necessary. The cow a w ill do a great denl better It not confined in too closo quarGood dulry cows are hard to find ters. They require above everything and high In price. The best way tc else plenty of exercise, fresh air, and get them Is to raise them. good clean wuter. Good wurm stables re a necessity. I 0 February J 20. 1020. THE CITIZEN iirrme court. I'rnctlrnlly every Important rase pending before Hie Supreme -ourt In which the federal government wns Interested was postponed until the restoration of peace. Many Antitrust Cases. Tlie most imiHirtunt cases Hint went over ns n result of the war were those dealing vvltli tlie trusts. Following the decision of the Supreme court In tinSlnndnrd Oil nnd tobacco cases in May. 11)12, the federal government lost n Inrgo number of Important trust ennes In the lower courts. This neenm-utntloof appeals Included some twelve or fifteen eases ut the time the United States entered the wnr. The department of Justice tins now decided to resume activity under the Sherman antitrust law. Attorney General I'nlmer for Hie department of Jus tice hns Instructed the attorneys un der him to see that Hie antitrust law Is enforced without fear or favor. The Supreme court has set down for hear ing nil Hie trust cases before it on appeal except the Quaker Oats case. The case against tlie United States Steel corporation Is the llrst one on the docket. Following It Hie court will tnko up the case In which Hie government seeks '.o have the American Can company adjudged n monopoly, nnd following that case the court will hear argument lu the government's cuse against the Kastinun Kodak company. Several other cases Involving alleged violations of the. .Sherman antitrust law arc on the docket and will be arAll gued In October or November. these cases were tried In Hie lower courts before the United States entered the war mid had been appealed to the Supreme court prior to April, d Pago Saves IMHOVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL REBUILDING THE The Happy Man Illy ol )'irlIrmitntr IMIr ItKV Lesson HW..Ali.ll, I L ti. U., sliiuUr Hy II KiihI i. Hi t.l tVfi rtrM tsl VV.trs of in I i hlinKit V' w.nnp.f I'nl .nl 7 ItKV. I.. W. GOSNELL Hu.wljr IllbU Alllilinl Inttllulr, Chicago ln. GOOD PROGRESS REPORTED IN NEARLY EVERY STATE BY THE MILITARY DIVISION. LESS3N FOR MARCH JOHN WRITCS ADOUT CHRISTIAN LOV2. I Joi n 4.11. AI'tilTIONAI. MATtEltlAI.- -l John III John. TOIMC-U.- Hn love.l r dm. iikn l,'S(N u. Ti:.T-- l f rnsr MiKlit lni Jnhn iioi..vki. situ lu :7 a. ur if oo.i one ro an-o- il John. II In I tin man that walk-ft- h -l- lleM. not In the counsel of the unmlly, nor h ny of lnnrrn, nor In thi MnmlMh Hut hln In tlm ont of t tin nrornful itrtlcht In In Die Inn of tlin txinl nnl In hln law doth lie mtdllnte day and nlpht. And hn hall tie like n tre pliinted bf the rlvern of water. Hint tirliiiirtti forth Ida fruit In hln neniton. Iil Irnf nlo nhnll not wither, and wlmtoever heiloeth shall Ti:XT LOCAL UNITS ARE PRESERVED Reorganization It on the Regular Army Oasis, and Trained and Experienced Instructors Will Be Supplied by War Department By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. (Soot! progress In being made Willi the work of rebuild. Ing the National Cuard of the country. Uvery state lost Its entire National Otinrd during the wnr. A good mnny military men predicted that n National Cuard organization would never again be formed, but events of the Inst two or three months show Hint Hionc predictions were wild of Hie murk. Congress showed Its friendship for the Natlonn! Cuard iden by making ndequato llnnnclal provision for the reorganization of the gunrd. I'ractlcnlly every state governor has nlo tnken an Interest in restoring the organization, nnil ns n result the military division of the wnr department Is now nhle to report Hint the work of forming guard units Is making good progress In every stnte. Hy Hie end of tills fiscal year, It Is predicted, the organization will he hack prnctl-call- y where tt was when the United SJntes entered the wnr. The federal government, under the new system expects to retain n firm hold on the National Guard, hut nt the same time the fullest of the states Is nought. In working nut the plan, Hie division of mllltla says, it wns recognized Hint the preservation of the local units must be conserved nnil Hint the brenklng up nf local organizations, ns they were broken up In 11)17, would probably never be tolerated ngnln. For this reason tho bureau determined Hint the tactical division should be the busts of the organization. Regular Army Plan Followed. Under Oils plan the composition nf the units that go to moke up the Cunrd orgnnlzntlon must be the snme ns Hint prescribed for the regular nrmy, subject to such gcncrnl exceptions ns may he authorized by the secretnry of wnr. The strength of the regulnr company. In time of pence Is 100 men, nnil that Is the minimum strength the bureau hns fixed for the Nntlonal Cuard. There has been some objection to this from sparsely set tled sections of the country, the ob jectors saying the minimum strength should be fixed nt 05 men. To meet this objection the bureau hns sug gested Hint In places where the 100 strong compnny cannot be raised two plntoons of W) men ench be organized In nearby sections, the two forming a single company. Hut this suggestion has not been fa vorably received nnd the prospect seems to he that the secretnry of wnr will not change the ruling that every compnny shnll have nt least 100 mem s troier 1.1-- .Jt'NIult 1'Miple -- (. TOIMC-lv- flw utul Our One AMrther INTKIIM KI'lATK AND flKNtmt TOPIC -- llw lo Hhow lAive for (IimI und Ills Vi'lVO I. PKOIM.K ANt A Ht'l.T TOPIC lirnllsn I xjv UKii Rarlety. Mternlly. the I'xnlmlM nnld, "Oh! the hnppliipsn of the inniil" In d'der to hnppl-no- s i he he net forth, Carrying a Ton a Mile for less than a Cent Freight rates have played a very small part in the rising cost of living. the waste of war, credit inflation have added dollars to the cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges have added only cents. Other causes under-productio- n, certain thing The Orlflln of Love (vv. 7, 8). I.OVP In nf (JihI, for Und Is love, flixl net merely hives, htit lie I tin- of love. I.ovc of country, love nf Immunity. Illlnl und pur. ntnl love, every particle of lo everyw here Im been derived from Cod; his love In mill UllclmllgeHhle. Since love Ih nf (IihI, ever.vonc who loves Is Imrn of (!in nnil knnvvclh (Sod. Tin- - Christum. Iiy Id life of love. In terprets (!ih In tlu world. Il In not IlltlllHtV t'tiTIIHl if .o.ii must he nvolded the .oMiscI of the utigo.lly. Hie way the of nlnnern, neat of the ncorn-fill- . It v 111 he In n en'iugh tlmt tlx world should he told t tint (Sod I pood mid kind, It should nv his iiiituru expressed In tin' life mid love of i fii dlM'lli. Tlic Christian's life N tlio worlds I lll.lt. Where love It vviiiitltig, knowledge of Coil In winding. II God'i Manifestation of Love (vv, P. 10). (tod's method of making known hlx Ih through the InrHrnntlon the send n L' f hlH only begotten Son Into tlie world to lie Hie iroiltlutlon for our sins f John ::lll). The coming f Jesus ( hrlst Into the world mid his taking on limnmi nature makes possible life for thne who receive him. If ue would know (lod's line, let us look nt Jesus Christ. Those who gme upon lihn In reverent couti'inpliitlon ciiunot doulii (iod'H love. III. The Supreme Motive of Love lo) line Ih the grand Incentive prompting IiIh children to love. IV. Love the Proof That God Dwells With Ut (vv. 1. No until hutli Hern (iod nt nil) time (v. 11'), hut there Ih nhuiidunt proof of his being. The one uniulslnk. utile proof of his helng Ih love lu the t of mini. I aim- not nuthc to the humiin heiirt. for the heart Is deceitful above till thine and desperately w liked (Jer. 17:11). Out of the heart proceeds murder (Mutt. lft:ll). I.HM' In the heart In proof that CimI duelU within. l.ove proven that !oir Spirit Ih within us (vv. The fruit of the Spirit Ih love ((Jul. fl:lK!). Cod's Spirit dwells within his children. The Spirit shows uh Chrlt mid ItmkeH uh helleve In him uh God's Son. the Suvlor of the world. Those lu whom Cod dwells nlwayn imike this confession. Those who deny the Dell) of Christ have no fellowship with Cod, mid those who have fellowship with Cod will confess Christ as his I 'l vine Son. V. Love's Relation to the Judgment, (vv. 17, lb). It castH out four. A Judgment day Ih coining, for Cod hath iipHluttd u day lu which he will Judge the world In righteousness hy that man whom he hath ordained (Acts 17:111). It will he u terrible thing for those unprepared to meet Cod ut that time, hut for those who lire Indwelt hy the living Cod there will he a Joyful meeting, lie that iluellelh lu Cod and CimI lu hliu will icullze the perfection of loe lu boldness in the day of Judgment, an he Ih so are we lu this world (vv. HI, 17).- The way to get rid of the fear of meeting Cod In the Judgment Is to he living with Coil now. VI. God's Love the Ground of All Love (v. 10). The reason we love Ih that our lives have coinc Into touch with the great fountiiliihcHil of low. The incoming of Cod's helng and nature becomes the miiuiutliig mid controlling principle of our lives. The one lu whuui love Ih uot the muster principle does not know Cod. VII. The Child of God Possesses Dual Love (v. '.'0). The proof that one loves the unseen Cod Is thai he loves the person visible who bear the likeness mid Image of Cod, mid has become a member of the same family through the redemption In Christ Jesus. I.ovo to Cod and man In united In the one breast of the Christian. The one who hates Ills brother while pretending lo love God Ih u liar. VIII The Solemn Command From God (v. 'Jl). Cod commands that those who lovti blui should love their brethren. Obedience to thin command will eliminate nil war unit contentions. m (v. II). (Iod'H Life. made up, not of great sacrl-flee- s or duties, hut of little things, In which Millies und kindness, the small obligations given habitually, ure what preserve the lieurt and secure com. fort. Sir II. Davy. Life In here. A man may begin by giving heed to the advice of thoe s who nre In principle for nu b nre the Then he may be emboldened to follow the crooked path of tho.e who leave the way of rlghteoun-nesand whose nctn nre wrong uh well an their principles for such are "nln- tiers." Kinnily, he y nettle down among the most abandoned clnss. those who do not only practice evil hut wolT nt all goodness and good men for nueh are the "scorncm." John Wesley's Hundred Men. Said John Wesley, "Clve me a hundred men who fear nothing but Cod and hate nothing hut sin and I will shake Knglmiil." Cod gave him n hundred nuch men and Knglntid and the whole world. Indeed wis tdiakcn. That fetir of the Lord wh!.l. makes us hy the hate even the garment llesh Is the first requisite to the happiness of which the I'salmlst speaks. Hut having sot before us the negative aspect of the matter, the writer of the I'snlm now goes on to the positive: ills delight Is in the law of the Lord; anil In his law doth he medltnte day mid night." The "law of the Lord" refers to the For example, Scriptures generally. John 10 ::t1 mid tr :U." show us that the I'snlms, and not the wrlt'ns" of Moses only, nre designated "the lnw." One has well said: "This delight In the Word of Cod Is alone mentioned, because it comprises everything; the summary ut once of nil that he commands and all that he promises; the preservative against sin and temptation In every form, nn the Psalmist elsewhere sayn Thy vvonl have I hid within my heart, that I might not sin against thee;' mid the sure guide In all dllllcultles mid dangers, us he hiijs again 'Thy word Is n lamp unto my feet and a light unto my pa'h;' nt once 'able to make wise unto salvation through fnllh which Is .11 Christ Jesus,' and 'profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correct Ion, for Instruction In righteousness; that the man of Cod may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works' (II Tlm.3:ir-17).- " Inwardly Dloestino the Scriptures. Note also that the happy man not only delights In the law of the Lord, hut "lu his law doth he meditate day and night." Ills Interest In the Word of Cod Is not a matter of stated times inilv Imt when lirosecutlng his busi ness by day mid when waking in tho night he reverts to It vvltli pleasure anil He not only ruminates upon It. "reads, marks and learns" It, hut "Inwardly digests" It. ivrtnlii Messed results arc now notiil In the ease of the mnn who, on the one hand, avoids sin and. on the other, makes the law of Cod his delight, lie Is like u tree bearing fruit In season, for lu every situation and relation of life he adorns tl.e doctrine of Cod his Savior In all things. The expression, "planted by the rivers of waters," shows he Is under the special care of Hie heavenly Hiishandnuin ; It refers to the practice In the Kast of watering the trees In u garden "hy li ailing rills or rivulets of water along the rows funn a reservoir or well sunk lu the midst." The leaf of such n plant of the Lord shall not wither and whatsoever he dooth shall prosper; or, as tho words may be lead, "shall come to perfection." The bulls of u righteous life come to maturity. The righteous are What a contrast to not disappointed. the ungodly! The secret of It nil Is given In the closing verso of the l'salm: "The Lord knowelh the way of tho righteous." He looks upon them iipprovingly. and his favor Is life. Well may wo exclaim with the Psalmist: "Oh! the happiness of the mini!" rebel-lloti- grdfili'ii there The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a mile is less than a cent A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to Ios Angeles for 16& cents. 1017. Much Depends on First Cases. The exigencies of war caused the government to call a halt In nil prosecutions under tho .Sherman antitrust lnw. At the request of the attorney general the Supreme court refrulned from setting any of the trust cases for argument. This period of inactivity continued until recently, when the at torney general let It be known that he would expect the Supreme court to proceed with nil the cases. Since the cuse iigiilnst the United States Steel corporation Is Hie first one that Is to come up for oral argument, It Is assumed It will he the first case decided nnd Hint the decision In that case will to u considerable extent become the guide of the department of Justice In determining on future prosecutions under the .Sherman antitrust law. In uny event, according to the nttomeys In the department of Justice, the deci sions In the steel ense. In the American Cun company ense nnd In the Eastman Kodak company ense will certain ly reveal to the government whether It can hope to have other corporations against which It Is proceeding declured monopolies. Training for Disabled Fighters. The populnrlty of the federal system for disabled sodlers Is Indicated by the number of applications for rehabilitation that nre being received hy the federal vocational honrd. In round numbers 180,000 dlschnrgvd soldiers have already registered under tlie provisions of the act. Ono hundred nnd thirty thousand of the applicants have thus fnr been surveyed by educational advisers who have recommended that more thnn thirty thousand of the nppllcnnts nre entitled to the training. Uetween 0,000 nnd 10,000 men linve nctunlly been put in training since the system wns estnb-ltshe- Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the suit sells for $50. The cost of the suit has increased 30 dolltrt. The freight on it has Increased only 5 cent. .Othar transportation charges enter into the cost of the finished article carrying th wool to the mills and the cloth to the tailors but these other charges amount to but a few cent more. The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes from the New England factory to the Florida dealer for a freight charge of 5 cents only one cent more than the pre-wrate. ar of a cent Beef pays only two-thira pound freight from Chicago to New York. ds t American freight rates are the est in the world .is low- - Association ofSlaitway Executives Thou diriring information eonetrninf th railned titualion may obtain littraturt by vrilinf to Th Anoeialion of Railvay Ecutivu, 61 Broadway, Xtw York. advertisement is published by the hcr. d. With n view to nhllng the guard In Its reconstruction the mllltln division hns tnken pains to select high grade . olllcers to net ns These Instructors nre now starting out on their rounds of duty. They nre without exception men who snw serv ice In France and the new Nattnnnl Cuard will get from them the last word In military training. The fed eral government expects to bo nhle to furnish Instructors for every Ounrd company In the country; nnd In nddltlon to these Instructors there will, of course, be n representn tlve of the wnr department associated with the adjutant general's stnft In each stale. So there Is to be close union between the federal government and the states In building up the new stnte orgnnlzn The wnr depnrtment hns also Hon. selected n thousand sergeants from the regular army who nre to he under Instructions for three months nt the Infantry school of arms nt Camp Hea nlngs, Coorgln. These men, nt the end of the training course, nre to go out n9 sergeant Instructors for guard Inspector-Instructors- units. There Is nothing tlmt makes more for humuii happiness thun the simple fact Ihut Home one needs us, that some tusk Is holding us fast. We may Ignorantly think of it us u burden, but It Is our great blcsslug. Our Great Blessing. Rumored Changes In Supreme Court The reconvening of tho Supreme court of the United States always revives talk about possthlo changes In this tribunal. The fall meeting of the court this year has not proved an ex ceptlou to this rule. Chief Justice Kd- wiird Douglass White und three of the associate Justices, Joseph McKeumi Oliver Wendell Holmes mid William It Day, nre nf retirement age. Tho chief In Noveni Justice will be seventy-fou- r her, Justlco McKcnnn was seventy-siIn August, Justlco Holmes was sev t last March nnd Justice Day wns seventy last April. Each om1 however. Is vigorous, both mentally and physically, and not one of them ns fur as known has expressed tiny thought or quitting work. If the four members of the court A Mood. who nro In tho seventy-yen- r There Is n transcendent mood of Hie any one of them, had u keen clnss, or desire to spirit wherein the meanest (lower that retire now would ho nn opportune blows uwukens thoughts too deep for time, for nt fall the tears; when the grass blade is orucular Is confronted court ono this the session vvltli of heaviest tho common busii seems anre wnn and had lo deal with. The am! when the splendors of clos- dockets It ever Cod. seriously with ing duy repeat tho flash of Jasper nud war Interfered It did not servethe work to pre ,llu 'iou, ls kecnl7 of tho court. l "' beryl. It vent litigation being started hut It ill conscious of relations to systems eur. result In the delay of much Important pushing senso und to a creHtlvo higher courts of the In spirit, by whoi nil things are lr litigation und tho particularly In the Su country turfuseil. Hld'ord Sailer Storrs. x enty-tighper-son- ul The discharged soldier, sailor or marine who applies for under the recently umended rehabilitation lnw is treated throughout by the federal board for vocutlonol education ns a civilian needing advice nnd assistance; his cholco of nn occupation Is approved unless Investigation shows It to be In the end not advisable; he Is trained to meet the needs of the occupation he hns elected ; he Is urged to make the most of his opportunity to overcome his handicap by taking the best available Instruction; bo Is assisted In securing desirable permn pent employment when his training Is completed; and ho Is followed up nfter bo goes to work until It Is assured that his employment is satisfactory. Those Under Section Three. The disabled person, who. for nt least n temporary period, has been awarded compensation by the burenu of wnr risk Insurance, but whoso disability In the opinion of the board Is not such as to muke him eligible for vocational rehnbllltntlon under section two of tho law ns amended July 11. 1010, may claim tho benetlts avullnble under section three of the low. The federal board will pay his Instruction and the usual expenses Incidents thereto. It will also render every assistance possible lu securing suitable employment for such porsons. It cannot, however, under tho law, provide for the maintenance und support of such persons or their dependents during tho courso of training. Upon the establishment of u man's service status In the military or naval forces and htsj eligibility for training he Is assisted hy u skilled vocational adviser In making n choice of tho occupation for which he will train. This adviser, from his knowledge of the requirements and opportunities of tho various occupations, gives valuublo soldier or counsel to Hie disabled sailor as to the occupation and tho course best suited fnr him In view of his disability mid all tho other factors that enter Into the cholco of an occupation. After the vocational adviser has assisted the handicapped man to choose a suitable occupation, his cuse, with full Information, Is referred to the olllre of the district wherein the man makes his permanent home. Every case Is there considered Individually. NEW WORLD PROGRAM DEVISED BY CHURCHES By S. EARL TAYLOR outlino of" their forces, their present status In this great world struggle, and may also have some Idea of the unoccupied places, and what may be done by all of us to enter these unoccupied parts of the world field which Christ sent us to occupy. ONE-FOUR- TH WORLD'S IN WOMEN CHINA In Seventy Per Cent Employees Shanghai Cotton Mills Women and Children Working Twelve Hour Shifts, siiHiLif' r.MtaftsflsiW sHHHIIIIIlH'vr.' iiiiiiiiiiiiHnk't''jiiaLiiiiiH 'ssssssssssssssl aB OR. 8. EARL TAYLOR, MovemneL General Secretary Interchurch World If Christ, ou Uiu uuy lie wus born, hud started ou u tuur to pi each lu every village in luUia, lie would stui tmvu 30,U0U more to visit. We now believe we have fouud a way by which the leaders of the I'rot-estuchurches can sit around a com-uiotable and have the Christian program of tho entire world laid before them. Dy means of the Interchurch World Movement wo can see where the Methodists are, and where the ' neneral llaptlsts are. Wo cun se of the women In th of Chinese 200,000,000 They are going Into industry In large numbers to work long boor and for little money. In Shanghai, for Instance, seventy per cenL of the employees In the cotton mills are women and children-Workin- g hours for spinners arc from six In the morning until six at night und from six at night until lx In the morning. Weavers work from 5 JO In the morning until seven at night and the wnges nre from ten to twenty cent a day. Hundreds of women are employed In silk tllature mills, standing; hour after hour washing cocoons In basins of boiling water In the excessively hot rooms necessary for apartments whero fine silk Is spun. In Canton alone, there are 150,000 women In factories at a maximum wage of forty cents a day for women and of fifteen cents a day for girts. As part of Its program of world service for women the National Young Women's Christian Association Is expecting to put on Its staff of secretaries In China an expert on Industrial conditions who will develop social work In factories, and work to Improve conditions for women employees. This work will Include the Introduction of recreation and social life among the workers and of health lectures and educational classes. One-fourt- h world them. are Page Eight sympathy. II. TUB CITIZEN - Rachel, daughter of died wllli measles and pneumonia, making the fourth ileatli mi Hie fniiu.y wllhlii four weeks. Hill MrDntiH. of Camp Taylor, 'ml Ills hrlile, wini vaus fonnorlv Miss iMrMhy Fowler, of Ihjron, have been Mrs. Mi'Danicl's Html. Mrs. ,1. I,. Browning. Miss Mntlie Loo Clark, has returned Imhiio from llerea. where she spent a week with her nieee, Ihuel Chest-- n mil , ,h,. ttolif tiffin llospilnl it,..,,, i.. in . '"Ml .....i .'IIS. ...... u Mill. Will" I" ivnmre a girl, named Opal February W. R. 26 1020. eMLKNER llet East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No correnponde ner publlthnl unleaa tltrnnl In full by the writer The name l not for publication, hut at An evidence of irntMl fitjth. Write plainly. i Mntipln, Berea College Hospital Kqntptnrnt nmi Service at Lowest l'ol. Wnnls for Men nnd for Women. Private Khomk. Il.itlu, Klrctrio Service. Sun-I'itrln- Surgery, Core in Child birth, Eye, Note nnd Enr GENERAL PRACTICE la it liliu -- Coinc in ami vlalt an evUlilWlimrnt, which Koiihkt II. Cowi.hv, M.I)., I and lit tench of all the people. (rlrttd In need, Jackson County News McKco Ol 'l'l.n .... on..-. vrol eases of (hi in town. 'I hose who havo it now nre Mrs. J. R. Llewellyn and four children, Mr. Drown tmil Mrs. Alfred Triiilt, Farmer and Dob llignilo. They are nil getting along nieely at proscnl. Win. Knglo from Annvillo was M. ......... ..... .......... Coylo . -.- Mrs. .lames I'ntt- ell, who has been on tho sicK list HUbKLAaiiiE county for some lime is slowly Improving. Conway vvV .,r(. pMd to know that our ALLIES YIELD TO BERLIN Conway. February have ,norrlmnf. of this tdnre. Mr linmee over Inst week invoicing his stock bee,, several eases of inllucnra In nnv, ON WAR VANDAL TRIALS , lull fnnlly. who have had clUTox (. nliN I.t r ..lie uf I o? .i v h of goods. He sold to Canada Sparks Bn(, lirrr to iiniit'ote it comvnVf lmt nU nrc lb" flu for some lime, are improv hotter lltidcrf tntiil liK' letueen the Kim Agree to Let Germani Try Their Own and Willie Hamsey. Leonard Mor reported belter at this writing. intr nieely. Henry Simpson, who Mull nnd An ,i Culprit Reserve! Rloht ris has had relapse on measles. t. .( It' tlii.ni.ti Hie lommy, ine nine son oi .Mr. nn.ijm so)( ,.iljnc medium of i"ot "i I'lctiir.'n fnrm ,pr(, , to Judge. Charlie I.ninhnrt, fnfln flresmont, Mrs. Thomas Gill, died Thursday , , rcatly to move Wo U visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. morning of pneumonia fever Mrs. loajn). ,urI neighbors. -F- rank Keh. 17 The nllleil replr Hazel, tho infant Tyra Lainhart. ynn uas neen on mo smlili has returned from Dayton Conkllng i.eonnni to the (iermrni note of Jnniiiirj 25, daughter of Mrs. Ella Lainhart, who sick INI .... mmm n'h. (HtllKling. rep. SI. Horn 10 .Mr. winch proposed tot nn ultiTlintlve to ' .). w liere lie lias lieen wnrklni?. foe has been sick, is better. A Dev. YV. ',. Mix. of Herea. has been some time. 'tnnluiou Unit persona nrcuatxt hy Miss Lula Simpson, ami Mr. Lewis Allen, on Februarv baby was abandoned by called as the pastor of tho Haptisl ,ho ulllUB bu Mute "I pave the young folks a parly last lit, a daughter Mrs. Rhoda Hurcti ago and was Church at. its mother a few days proponal for .uch trim Fairview, for this year. Wednesday night. Simflay. February 15, of bron- - U,"'i Several were brought to Hie home of Jailor Hoggs Mr. Hit was the managing editor and will bo kepi there until the )f The Citizen last year. C D. Kid.l present, and all reported a flno lime. Will French has lost live. tack of iln W illie Guillen and ,le note 8ih. will m.stnln from Inter- County .Indue finds a home for it. has gone to the city this week to head of cattle. wife siient the past week with his vetitloti In the proceedlnc of ttmt Mrs. Lottie Tyra, wife of Jesse buy goods. Mrs. fiertrude Rice, mother. Mrs. Eliza McCollum, Jno. court. Tyra, formerly of MrKee but now who has been visiting relatives In After otntlng tlmt the ntlle have Blake moved to Island City last of Ross Creek, died one day lost Ohio for the past two months, is Walnut Meidow week. -- Grant Tavlor. who has the ,nri'f,'"r considered the Oornmti note week. She leaves a husband and expected home this week, Mr. and ",u r,,'"' Walnut Meadow, Feb. 2.1. Mr. f..,Ln1"""ry al the Quillen Hotel at three children. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. John Callihan wero called Freeman's family have flu. Pelo pneumonia will be able to come lleideiburg Carpenter and daughter, Grace, were from Ohio last week, on account Moore's family have flu, but aro unday.-M- ary McCollum has m,nhle to enrry out the ohllg.itlons visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer of the sickness of Mrs. Callihan's better. The infant child of Mr, home been on the sick list the past week. Imposed on her hy articles irs and week, A meeting of the Red mother, Mrs. (5111, and last her children. and Mr. Logan Gabbard has been Johnnie Wilson and Ethel Hill -S- O. which she bIriiwI. They reserve Cross was held at the church house Dradley Powell, who has been so ery siek. Mrs. T. M. Ogg, who has were mnrrietl a couplo of weeks ,0 tlieinselves the ixiwer to employ In this morning. Business of the local low with pneumonia, is belter at been sick. i belter. such mensure nnd form ns the mny Mrs. Elmer chapter was discussed. It was de- this writing Marion Dailey visited Moore ha the flu, and Dr. B. F ago by the Rev. Hale. Judge sultnhle the rights neconli- - to ' them In this event hy the treaty. cided to continue the relief work. at the home of Mat Howard, Sun- Iloliinson was called to see her York, was day 'The nllles note. Imuevcr, the (Jer Mrs Macindaw, from New Earnestvllle Sunday. Mr. Lewis' grandson, of afternoon. In McKee last week in the interest We had mnn government's declaration that F:arne4tville. F'eb. 21 Harlan County, came for a visit, they are prepared to open, before the of our school. eontnu'led pneumonia nnd lived another large tide in Sturgeon Sat- - en.lrt nf ,.l,.l .. ..u Goochland .....,! nighl.-Al- n.ol everybotly has wltIl0Ut ,1urrounl.,l hy the Goochland, February 2.1. There only three days. His body was Green Hall most complete guitrantees mid not a great deal of sirknos in this taken to his home in Harlan Counlv the influenza in this community Green Hall, February Turner died Thursday night, reeled by the application of all Judg-anneighborhood at present. ary and Sadie Several tor burial. Misses February 1!, Hiram G. Montgomery, ramilies have been down in the' M"-o- . who are in sclhool at Borca, on account of high water was ments, procedure of previous decision io .miss .Nemo Anurew, or Privcll. past w(ipk. All aro reported belter, the week-en- d par not buried until Monday morning. ' of German civil or mllltnry trlhinmU with their ,H'f?re ",e. ""preine court nt I.etptc. They will make their home with Ahrnma. 0n1 nf netherace wns al rtic.h. James Price came home verv III ..... WT i W lit. ... f 1.n lra.s h(en jn n;uniIfoni .Qhio, for enN.Mark of last week on busi- Harry Brandenburg, of Oklahoma. (Kninsi an i.ermnns wnne eTtrnni- c wisi ins miner ai .Mumm.e. nioiid the first tlon the allied and associated powers ... .... ma c tn ii it fciiisiu iiiuvii nun i SOniO ness. The property nf tho Chris-ma- n 's ormoers. .m. ami uiay ,nVl, ,.. i11,,1,Iin , .i..,,,,,.,,, nappy inc. norn a lew days ngoir mk5 vs(nr(nv. T.10 ,,., nf ,lIa heirs sold for ?61.8o per acre. Brandenburg, tllis week. Chester; "Tho powers reservu to themselves Io Mr. and Mrs. Dean Crowfoot, a(,pa,h (vas mca r and Lillian Brandenburg, who have the right to decide whether the Botkins' baby Is sick. and pneumonia, -line boy named Edwin Ray. Mother' pPopIo in (his seclion nre geUing There has been a spotted crow fly- attending ochonl atBeren. camo posed procedure hy German) which, l are uomg nicciy. .miss behind with their work on account.! iiiiu around in this vicinity for si home Saturdav on account of sick-- 1 "reused all guarantees of Justice, does Arcie Hughes and Kato Isaacs were of the bad weather. Win. Gabbard visited his! not- - ln Ktt('ct- - ''Hog id.ont their esenpe Hardin Moore1 months. C 0. Ghrisman went to ties uur J,,M l),l"",",,", ,,r ",,"r welcome visitors at W. X. Hughes' has arrived here Ricbmond on business tho first of brother. C T. Gabbard. Monday. !"0'" from the West, Saturday night and Sunday. The where he has been for several Ihi week. Owing (o the change- Dan Gallagher, Jr., came home from v.. .urn. in iius ..vein me nines wonui exercise their rights to their full ev Rov. G. W. Scale came to All his field Saturday night. F'rank tent hy submitting the cases to their i, months for his health and report" able weather there lias been ver; regular appointment al Rock Springs, a great improvement. own tribunal." little work dono in tho past week Canter visited his brother-in-laWe Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ches- missed him very much, as he havo C A. Gabbard. Friday. Mr. and Is a ter Flanery from Richmond, Is good merchnnt and Mrs. Hiram Gabbard are slaying at Coyle vilising at Mr. and Mrs. James to business Hurrah attends their son's wailing on the flu pa TO LIFT BAN ON WIRELESS Citifor The Coylo. F'eb. 22 Leo Peters and Smith's this week Jim Whicker zen and Us many readers I family, who have the flu, are slowly lients. Naval Control of Inland Statlont' and family will movo to Madison improving Henry Simpson made a Will Cene at Midnight. Feb-County the last of this week, whero ruary 29. MADISON COUNTY business trip to Ohio. Ho is expectGARRARD COUNTY he is planning to do somo heavy Malcom ed back Monday Aaron Williams farming. Dora M. Hughes returned Washington. Feb. IS. Naval control White Lick Malcom. Feb.. 10, The entire bought a cow from Bill Googc for home last Wednesday from McKee, Whilo Lick. F'Wi. 23 Mrs. Jim of Inland wireless stations will cease community, was shocked, hy the which be paid $100. on February 20 hy presl where she has been attending school Roberts attended the burial of her at midnight all wi nter William G. Robinson sudden death of Rev. J. II. Browndentin! proclamation. Seeretnry of thf mother. Mrs. Hnlmaii. last week. Nnvy Pnnlcls announced. Control nl will return to Camp Taylor the 23th ing which occurred Feb. 14. He was OWSLEY COUNTY Mrs. Roberts has our sympathy in coast nnd sen stations hy the nnr at the home of bis brother, Georgo of this month, this boing his second Travelers Rest her great loss. Mrs. Viars, of Berea, will continue, the Browning, whose infant son had died huiiiil. unterm with Uncle Sam. S. Wyatt vv ur-- t line regulations. tho day before, and whilo kneel- Travelers noil P.),i ,... oi T1..J visited her ,ister. Mrs, Jim Roberts, der the has bought the Edd Hurst farm near this placo and has now gone to ing by the caskot of the little! influenza in this seclion 'isb'ecom- - la'l week Alex Creech and Arthur WORLD NEWS B. Creech's SunIndiana for has family. W. K. boy, offering a word of prayer, he ing alarming. Many families are Matlock visited J. (Continued rrom PB Oni) was suddenly struck by a pain in suffering with it, but only ono day. Mrs. J. T. Thompson, who was Hughes will leave for Ohio and II was a contemptiblo Indiana in about two weeks to buy the back of his head, and expired death has resulted so far. Clyde called lo Berea to see her grandson, matter. within thirty minutes. The Rev, Gabbard is attending school nt William Haley, who has had pneu- evasion of a true obligation ina (arm. Mrs. Katie King has been very sick with the grip, but is Browning was a Christian preacher. Booneville J. S. Reeder, traveling monia, has returned In her home. curred by our contribution to tho Mrs. Willie Ralston, of Lancaswar. President Wilson's position and a great Sunday-schoworker salesman for Daniel Brisco Co, much better at this writing. , ... . . ter. Mrs. Martin Green, and Mrs. is a right one so far as tho moriU ne win .no missed. .by tiio entire called on J. B. Scott. F'ritlay. community. Ho leaves a wife and Many families here planted peas, John Metcalf visited Mr. anil Mrs. of I tut question aro concerned, and 1 CLARK CODlfTT daughter, ono sister, thrco brothcrg, lettuce and mustard the past week, John Davis from Friday until Sun- il test.s the higher principles fori Log Lick settlement of territorial disputes. and an afred mother whom he lias Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Brewer attend-s- o day. Log Lick, Feb. 22 Last WednesThat Italy wunU Flume is no good tenderly cared for in his own, ed the funeral and burial of Norman day a lino boy mado his appearanco home, for several years. To those Brewer's baby, of Sturgeon, reason why she should have it when FREE BOOK SERVICE it menus much more to tho now at tho home of Tom Handy, which and dearest, we would say, day Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. D. II. slalo than it can to they nameI James William in hon- grieve not, for those wo love arc Wilson, several days ago, a boy. The Slate of Kentucky offers tho' Jiigo-Slavor of his two grandfathers Flu never far away from us Tho flu use or books, free or charge, to ru- ILaly. lias got to bo quite an epidemio in is raging in tho community, of ral communities and schools or any U. S. NEWS Stoville this part of Clark county at present. Vine. Entire families being stric organisation desiring educational (Continued rrom Feae One) Scoville. Feb. in. Thero is moro sickness of differ- ken. Mr. and Mrs. book service. The Kentucky LiMrs. Lillio Chestnut, is in ent kinds than wo have known in Berea, at tho Jtobinson Hospital, Wm. Bond moved to Corbin Mo- brary Commission is the distribut- wage demands. This was indicated! twenty-flv- o years Mr. and Mrs. with her little daughter, Hazel, who ndayStanford Rowland and family, ing agency. in unmistakable manner in confer- -j Fred Wilt wero blessed last Sunday has been In the hospital, for tho Charlie Peters and family, and Books are loaned in traveling li- - ences here today of union oftlcinls by the arrival o.' a tine girl, which past twelve weeks; whero sho Is Brice Dean and family will leave brary groups of r0 volumes oach and anil general committeemen, called, they named Flossie. Wo regret lo for a period of six months. Tho lo pass on the President's Mrs. Maud slowly recovering, from nn operation for Indiana, Monday. t Neal has been very sick with the for annendlcitls. pays tho transportation ment proposal. Passage of the Jnltn Ttinmim KlV1' "l so many of our good neigh- llu for the past week Winn and Caynor roatl bill by tho Scnato tonight only There hai roturned today from Hamilton, 0. boon so much sickness in this part School libraries are mado up to served In add bitterness to talk of i Clark Chestnut is at homo from Winn and family moved into tho that doctors aro two and three Berea, where ho has been attending house vacated bv Mr. Rowland, nnd meet tho demands of the elementary, union workers. days behind with thoir calls. Somo school. Fninn spokesmen beliovcd thero! Since our last writing. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Matthews the graded, and tho high schools, and can't got nurses or treatment at all. an old friend, and neighbor. Mrs. movp', in, n' 1,0,130 vacated by may bo borrowed upon application was no way to avoid a direct appeal -- J. W. Dawson and wife, of Win- Mary Ann Daniel, been1 ,r' nMn M'ss Florenco Mainous. by tho principals nnd tho teachers. lo tho President to veto tho Cum has chester, wero Log Lick visitors last called to that colcstial home. She 1,10 'la"K'lpr f Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Community libraries are planned mins-Ksc- h measure. Thursday S. B. Kerr, who has was eighty-si- x years of ago, and Mainous. of thij placo, and Jim for the use of Ihe general public, ami been quite suk for a couplo of leaves, thrct; sons, fourteen irraml "'""vey, of near Boonovillo, wero include lift inn, a few popular books KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued rrom Peg One) rr,nr"l Tlnrsday night, February of months, is able to bo out again. and some books for! children, and a host of friends. Mrs. John Cobb and chlldron, of Tho Infant son, or Mr. and Mrs. 5- - 'n,p' returned to his homo on young people. nw , and passed by tho House, IH. Ruckersville, visited the former's Georgo Browning, died Feb. 12, May joy and long I lie Commission reserves a general which designed to abolish the ofllco 1,0 "'"'rs father, William Burch, who has with membranous croup. Mrs. Susio Garrett, collection or for llio f detective in the olllce of tho Tho "fl r r'Pvl' vlsltod her daughter and study and reference usn of students, been very sick for a few days. parents, bereaved 'Jnmos Vaughn and wife went Winchester Insl Tuesday t, slay few days wllh their daughter w ho lins been verv siek. John Plgg. . ' . .iat. week, '.' r M0 I1!M.( ninvfHi io , , 1)mR,u tllls POin.' fnnn i 1,1iiv a., mui rii.. lis many renders ! Uhlan M Attn a k n Di iiI.kv, M I)., I'lirolrlnn r S (iKv.Ni, M. I)., IMircKlim Mim Mahv l.iivinnin, K.N.', 8nperllilr)mient Mls Nut.i.ir Mm.i.kk, K N., Ilwil Ntirr l'litlrtn riiin t.mie. len.. CHANGE IN RATES March i, the rate for IhkuiI ami room of private pttfritl will he In to fiS per week. The rule fnr patient careil fnr in the wartl will remain the Mine l per dnr. Hy Order of Prudential Committee, lleren College llfMlimlnic ,,, 2.1.-T- here ,, a salarv of J.OtHl n year, and chief deputies &,r(0. . pl, - threo-monlhs-o- ld Lexington, Ky FVli. 21 Circuit .lulge Charles Kerr today impanelled l In second spiwlnl grand Jury within a week to investigate tho molt outbreak hero February Dtli, when six men wero killed and over twenty wounded. Burton, President of Slnrks, reUiil clothleri of Louisville, wns held Io tho grand Jur, I'ebrtiary 21, on a charge of prolltee rinc. Testimony waa introduced, lending to show the firm sold slioes on a IH) per cent margin of prolll; thai Burton received $2T,000 a yenr salary, and the first ice presfdeul and secretary received $15,000. Granville II. 0o""y '" Ouleher .V ZcZX n: Washington, Feb. ?l3,itoaooo ill 22. Dtvrcaso of the value of cattle, 1 ur-la- 20.-M- arried I ,...ia ,,.., hl'nl u"ng 1 ""''rt pro-beer- 'R sheep, iors(w and mules on Kentucky farms January t this yenr. when compared to tho valuo of these animals Jnnuarv I last year, uM,ni todnv .i,w I,. ., by ihe Department nf Agriculture. Tnla! value of the animals on Kentucky farms is SKVi.OOO.OiiO. Last year il was $I7H.OOO,000. Roth theso llgures, however, are far in excess of the value of animals in Kentucky during the years tut I t 1018. During these years Ihe above-nanve- d farm animals in Kentucky were valued al an .erage of t?12fl,000,000. Kentucky ranks nineteenth among Slates m the vnluo of the animals, the report shows. Last year the Bluegras, slat,' ranked eighteenth r,.r "t 1 w, For CROUP, li-- Mlra raUW wtO ltt MnUtbRUmi tbit tLt tfcrvsL cfent u4 uudrf Utt tr nil trims t&t ilecfk ttokiof. bmk coc(tftl tai crawM MmUi ,kokl kerf biWi VifMiram cesrfttknt Wits Crv9. Ifctrnu 01 COLDS, INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA 4hk.rl !'' rn. J Brima Drug Co. Porter-Moor- SOt. 60s. mm vumH sum tntarma S ihrtt Mt i ITU W N. Wllkftboro, N. C. 1 muJh e Drug Co., Inc. a What the Kaiser To3d Roosevelt THE FULL ACCOUNT ol Itooicvrlt'e ol j reception at (he variout court! ol lturop, da cribiaf intimately fan remarkable interview! with lbs Kaieer, are told in Ktoievelt'e own word i ctclumely is SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE At xnur dealcri or lend 1.00 SnMUN'I'R'S MAGA. .INK, New York Citf, lor three nmii cm containing1 now to Frl-near- est ic j Roosevelt's Own Letters m m GteVotoSbfuifified, settle-borrow- er . rail-charg- es, ,,0fi;s--"',"',- I Here It your opportunity to Inaure gaiiut cmbarraitinK error i In ipelllrui. pronunciation and poor choice of worda. Know the meaning of punting war termi. Inrreatc your efficiency, whldi rcaulta in power and aucccat. Jmiti guc&ll? WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Is nn nlbknow-in- g teacher, a universal qucution unswear, mado to meet your needs. It i.i In dally uso by liundrcdi of thousands of nuc- - nou-llcllO- Il, 1r,lary non-llcti- havo our dconost No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality Once Tried - JAIways Used families havo mll'it na A few poo- pie oi tins piaco tho burial of Ellis Campbell Monday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elijab Campbell, of near misplace. Ho had moaslos and pnoumonia. Ho was an attractive littlo boy and will bo sadly missed by his playmates. Ho leaves several sisters and brolhors and his parents to mourn. ill-nded debating socioties nnd oi mis piaco last eacliers, Senntor Rlnll, of Lexington, used week Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim clubs of all kinds. These books may bis prerogative lo mako n "sneolal Wyatt, a new baby Born to Mr. be borrowed singly or in groups by order" of a bill to submit tho and Mrs. Bud Hale, a girl. otherwiso without libra- - don of a woman suffrage nmend-r- y Aco Combs and son, Ernest, havo had tho sorvico and aro loaned for ono meni to (he state constitution, nnd smallpox Andy and Wilson Ju.M'- month with tho privelcgo of ro-- thereby remove tho last barrier to s nucs-individu- ..mil- - reiitiivi-- Commonwealth's Attorney, reailul men and onien the world oter. 400.000 Worda. 2700 l"aea. 6000 1 J.000 lllocraplilnil Kn. Irlea. 30,000 (;eoruhTcuf.SutiJecla. CBND FBII. (lll.hc.t Award) I'anauufl'aeitio Liiuaition. BECIUIB and LDU PirEB Edition. WRITK for Srrimrn I'aira. FKKK l"u.ket Maya U yuu name llua paper. G. & C. MERRIAM CO.. fprlunfleld, Maaa., U. 8. A. newal, tlio borrower paying parcel full participation by women in tho , rights of suffrage post charges. Tho Commission desires to Bcrve V a vote of U2 In 2 tho upper your community. Us books aro for housn of the Legislature passed a your uso. TaKo advantage of tho bill providing that tho State sup- sorvlci) offered. plement bv $.r00 tho nrcsent sala- For furtlior particulars wrllo to ries of deputies In tho offices of fho tho Kentucky Library Commission Sheriff, County Clerk, and Circuit Frankfort, Miss Fannie C. Rawson. Clerk in Jefferson county. This Secretary. would give deputies rcooiving ?l,500 0