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Qvotrtci to tli Interests of tlie BEREA, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, MARCH The Citizen 3WTo-cLntLin. Our Threefold Aim: To give tho news of Dcrca and vicinity; to record tho happenings of Bcrca Collego; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People 3?eo;ple Numbor 30. 4, 1920. One Dollar and Fifty Cents por Year. He Speaks for Us All President Wilson speaks for all Americans in his recent note nbout Fiumc, insisting that the access to the should not he taken away sea promised the Jugo-Slav- s by Italy, and laying down the principles of fairness thus: If (iilxtantlil sgrcement on wlut li Juat and reasonable U not to determine International luei; If the country poteislng the moit endurance In prenlng Iti demand, rattier than the country armed with a Jmt cause, li to gain the tupport of the power j It forcible teliure of coveted arraa l to he permitted and condoned, and la to receive ultimate justification by creating a situation o difficult that decision favorable to the ngremor I deemed a practical necessity , If deliberately Incited ambition Is, tinder the name of national ten. tlmenl, to be rewarded at the expense of the small and the weak; If, In a word, the old order of things which brought so many evllt on the world It still to prevail, then the time Is not yet come when this Government can enter a concert of powers the very existence of which mint depend upon a new spirit and a new order. CANADIAN ARTILLERY, ON SNOWSHOES U.S.STANDSPAT flkV m World News so-ve- JuWw SBvt mum I I IHHiHn .ijiSbbbbb a JHOT tVBH fsssm Prices Must Come Down The Citizen reminded its readers recently that if people could not sell at the present high prices they would be forced to sell for less, and that if we would only produce a great abundance of food, wool and cotton that abundance would compel a lowering of prices. Already these forces are beginning to work. From New York Times we quote: the "High prices ol necessities arc ending with the approach of the peak world production," asserted Hernial M. Haruch. "Profiteers and hoarders will soon run to cover with the markets returning to normal. When they sec greatly increased production With restoration of normal transporin sight they will unload. tation on sea and land and with the world hack to work, reduction in the cost of living is an absolute certainty." Already this is beginning to work, according to Howard E. Figg, Assistant United States Attorney General. He says: "Great quantities of women's clothing has been left on the hands of manufacturers because retailers have found that the women who used to buy two or three suits at a time now take only one. Except in large cities, food and clothing have decreased 15 per cent since August and in some rural regions, Georgia for instance, reductions run from 15 to 50 per cent." Miss Edith Straus, Director of Women's Activities in the Department ot Justice, offers a plan like that of The Citizen for reducing the cost of living by restraining the demands and giving the manufacturers and producers a chance to "catch up," buying only what is necessary. i.il.c. k of the Canadian Citadel of Quebec. Ituyul nrtfllcry un hiiuumImh-- in front of (lie SAYS AMERICAN BOOBS KEEP THE PRICES UP Secretary of Agriculture Edwin Meredith Says People Mutt Learn Horte Sente. EX-BU- LL MODSLR T. CHIEF OF CABINET Bainbridge Colby, New York, to Be Berea's Big Treat Dr. Grenfell. dog-teams- ,- navigator-oArctic explorer, driver of among the Esquimos one the ice, doctor and preacher of the truly great men of the world, has been secured to speak in Berea, in the Chapel: To Citizens Wednesday, March 10, 7:30 p. m. To Students Thursday, March 11,9:30 a.m. Chicago, Feb. 25. The rube who bouRbt the sold brick used to be a whimsical novelty In the life of the nation. The yokel who paid $47 spot cash for the Maxonlc Temple used to be a stray hit of color In the news of the day. Todny take It from the United States department of agriculture and Its secretary, Kdwln T. Meredith the nation Is a collection of gulllblo suckers walking around with exposed bank rolls. The famous American public, than which there never used to be ao "fnmouser." .has become In the last Ave years as naive as a girl with her first hair net. It has, by Its brought upon Itself a high cost of living and a dollnr worth HO ''' l cents. "We've become a of:tHf endtlirlfts." said Mr.'Meredlth-Hi- d the result Is. we aro being trimmed right and left by everybody and anybody. The newspapers prepare the American for his trimming. They keep writing nbout the high cost and higher cost of living. The result Is that an American, when asked some preposterous sum for an article, sighs nnd says: Trices have gone up.' Secretary of State. A APPOINTMENT SURPRISE Late Member of Shipping Board and Pretldent of the Emergency Fleet Lawyer and Born Corporation In St Louis In 1869. . " The Kentucky Cure for Lynching " the nbovo heading Tho nolico lo every creature in Ken-lucthat punishment suro and Digest of February 28, 1020, reviews U10 opinions of tho swift, death certain and terrible, press on tho attempt to lynch tho ! awaits him who lays a violent hand negro who was condemned for mur- on woman or child. "Tho second great fact is that tho der in tho Lexington Court Houso law is sacred, that ho who attempts on February 9, 1020. Tho nrticlo is filled with pralso (o violate tho law goes lo moot for Gov. Morrow and tho Stato of death. Tho lifo of no individual is Kentucky for their altitude toward so sacred as tho maintenance of tho mobs, nnd praises them for uphold- majesty of tho law so that all may ing tho law. Wo quota the follow- have tho protection of tho Impartial, rigid, and prompt administraing: "Lexington considers thai sho is tion of justice." Tho statement of Gov. Morrow lo In disgraco, say tho papers of that oily, hut other communities seo in tho Federal troops is nlso tho determined action of U10 Governor a new era in which tho law "I want to congratulate this comis to ho uphold at nil costs, whether pany upon your courage, fidelity, d it Is invoked in tho Interest of the and devotion to duty that you yesterday. whilo or black race. Certainly there "You did not dofend, on yeslor-da- y, has never been a moro striking ilthe murderer. What you delustration of tho wisdom of using force at tho right moment than was fended wns tho supremo law of this given at Loxlngton." State and tho good namo of KenTho Digest agrees with tho Lex- tucky. You have dono your duty, ington Herald in tho following and as your commander-in-chi- ef I thank you for it." statement: A number of comments from lead"Two great facts aland out from tho day of horror. Tho creature ing dallies of the country approved who did to death an innocont ohild tho action of Gov. Morrow and other was sentenced to doath in accord authorities. with tho law within flvo days of his Tiro Pittsburg Sun asserts that unspcakablo crime. Thai fact is hcroloforo "mobs, both Soulhorn nnd Northern, have bocn dealt with in too gcnllo fashion," and is sure C0NTINTS that "if tho South hod a fow more PAGE 1. Editorials; World News; Loxingtons to moot mobs with bulGeneral Nows; Kcntuoky Cure lets instead of applause," mobs for Lynohing. would soon coaso to bo fashionable. "Until now," notes the Rochester PAGE a. Borea Collego News. Post Express, "publio opinion In PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington somo Southern Stales has tacitly, if not openly, justified lynohing Lottcr. for certain offensos, tho object PAGE 4. Derea Locals. lining thai 'ho terror thus inspired would lessen crimes.'' "But," this PAGE 5. Derea Locals. papor adds, "a now order has beMountain Agrlculluro; gun for tho South." "Tho incident PAGE 6. Black Locusts Recommended; proved the utter scnsolessnoss of Tho Kitchen Cabinet. mobs, and tho comparativo easo with which thoy may bo frustraSunday-schoLesson; PAGE 7. Kentucky Publio ted by officials who havo backbone," Sermon; points out tho Cleveland Plain DealLegislation. School er. The Philadelphia Press conPAGE 8l East Kentuoky cludes that Governor Morrow's way "is tho only way." Under ky Literary com-mond- Washington. Feb. 20. Bainbridge Colby of New Vork. who was one of the lenders In the Progressive party under Theodore Uoos.clt, will Uobert LutHuc as necret'ui'y of iJite. Announcement ofJMsjLselectlon usndo nttttie ruyVresldent Wilson White House. The selection of Mr. Colby come as a surprise, most officials assuming that Frank U Polk, acting secretary, would be the president's choice. The first Inkling that the president wns lo appoint someone outside of his olllclal family came when Mr. Colby visited the white House In company with Itnymond T. Buker. director of the LUMBER OF PRICE CUT mint. Mr. Colby wns taken to see the presDistributing Company for 11 Mill ident on th! south lawn and a few minutes Inter the fonnnl announce In State of Washington, Seekt to Stabilize; Market ment of his selection was made. His i.cmlnntlon Is expected to be sent to Siokane. Wash, Feb. 20. As a tfie senate within" a day or two. measure looking toward stabilization The appointment of Colby followed of the lumber market price reductions n long conversation between the pros It was declared would amount which Ident nnd the nominee. to 10 to 30 per cent under present with the "1 had a long conversation were announced here todny by prices president this morning and I am deepthe Weyerhnuser Sales company, dis- ly gratified at the confidence he has tributing agency for 11 lumber mills displayed In me nnd I hope I shnll controlled by the Weyerhnuser InterColby. ests. The reduced prices. It was de- not prove Inadequate." he snld not care Colby stated that did clared, would remain effective at least time, j to discuss policies at the present until June 1. nut nrererreu to wnn uihii w tlon had been acted upon by the WILSON SIGNS OIL LEASE BILL suc-ew- iJ nt,'" ro Secret dlplpmacy received a blow In tho vigorous protest made by President Wlson lo the decision of the Allies mado in Downing street, London. This dePresident Wilson Threatens cision or conipromlso reversed the agreement to which they had Withdrawal From League. formerly ri;omo nnd violated Hie principles on which tho United TEXT OF NOTES MADE PUBLIC Slates ngrccd to settle territorial questions. U Is more t'nn n iiuos-liwhich oncorns the pn:(oi,.loii Up to Allied Premiers to Decide of a seaport on the Atlriull- -, it involves n great principle. Whether to Yield or Jeopardize the Nations' Covenant Spilt Now Rests With Them. Several changes have already been mado from the strict text of the Washington, Feb. 27. "The governVersailles Treaty with Germany. ment of the United Stntes stands pat." That country has been allowed a This was the official construction greater lime to rcduco her military placed on the corrcspondcnco between the United States government nnd the establishment than Iho treaty progovernments of fircnt Britain and vided; the demand for tho France with relation to thp Adriatic and other offenders has been withsettlements. drawn and Germany is not required Tho president demnnds tho allies to furnish so much coal to Franco return to the Adrlntlc plan of Decem- as had been at first demanded. These ber 0 to which he nnd the British nnd changes aro doubtless tho result of Itnllnn premiers subscribed. The full correspondence wns made experience nnd do not noccssarily public by the stntc department. It indicate that others, moro fundaconsists of the Joint memorandum mental, may be made. signed on December 0 by Premier Clcmencenu of France, Sir Eyre A petition from military men in Crowe for England nnd Undersecre- England requcsls that the Russian tary of State Frank L. Polk for the Soviet government shall bo recogUnited Stntes; the British nnd French revised proposals of Jnnunry 14 the nized. Many of the petitioners text of the cable sent on Jnnunry IP were connected with tho effort of by the secretary of state asking the England to organize a resistance to point of view of the British nnd Bolshevism in Eastern Russia and French governments In undertaking io their demand lias weight with tho dispose of the Adriatic nnd Russian ruling powers. Lloyd Goorgo is questions before ascertaining the said to bo favorably inclined lo views of the American government; the statements of the French and that course, but the desire of tho British prime ministers of January people is not so clear and a strug23; President Wilson's protest note of gle is expected in tho House of February 10, In which he threatened Commons. It had already been de to withdraw the German treaty from cided to open trade relations and attithe senate If the British-Frenctho difficulty of separating comtude was persisted In; the reply of mercial relations and political has the French and British prime minis- probably had this result. ters of February 17 and President Wilson's note of February 24, which President Wilson has nominated brings the correspondence up to date. The whole correspondence makes for tho position of Secrolary of about 12,000 words. Slate, in tho place of Mr. Lansing who resigned, Mr" .Bainbridgo Colby, Memorandum of Dec 9. ' T.hc Joint memorandum of December a nalivc'of Missouri but at present 0 ..subscribed. o. by France, Great n lawver of "Now z Britain """"rt fhe United ' ;m-- t' and formerly a progressive Republican which It was supposed had settled the and supp,orle? of Mr. Roosovolt, but "Adriatic question, provided In sub voted for President Wilson and has stance the following: Shipping Istrla wns to have a frontier which, served under him on the while "widely overstepping" the recog- Hoard. Ho has a reputation for benized ethical line between Italy and ing an able lawyer and a friend to His name has would have given to reform measures. s Italy more than 300,000 been referred to tho Foreign and further extended enstwnrd to give for recommendation to tho Italy territory In the region of Albona, Senate, which must confirm tho Jugo-Slavas against also Including appointment. 40,000 Itnllnns to be placed under the ON ADRIATIC ROW on ex-kai- h vvfii. jj Jugo-Slavl- Jugo-Slav- Com-mill- eo ""' Measure to Open Up 0,700,000 of Land for Develop. Acres man-ifesto- """ , Washington, Feb. 20. President Wilson signed the oil land leasing bill which opens up for development rail lions of acres of land In the West The totnl area of oil Innd thrown open fo" lense under ?he bill Is estimated by the geological survey at acres, while moro than 0,700,000 proven coal lands under government 000,000 acres, with till to be classified, withdrawal total approximately 30.000,000 80,- - acres $400,000 FIRE Blan IN OMAHA, NEB. of Unoetermlned Origin Wrecks Building and P ino Company's Spreads to Others. The appointment of Colby to the highest position In President Wilson's cabinet wgs. n complete, syrplse to or Adai Washington. It had been confV dently expected thnt either Acting Secretary of State Polk or Secretary of War tinker would get the portfolio. Was Member of Shipping Board. Mr. Colby was a member of the United Stutes shipping board and vice president of tho Emergency Fleet cor poration, serving from July, 1017, un til March. I01J. He Is a lawyer, and has practiced law In New York since 1802. He was born In St. Louis In 1800; educated at Williams college, Columbia law school and New York law school, nnd holds honorary degrees from several Institutions. He represented Mark Twain In the set tlement of the nffalrs of his publish Ing house; was one of counsel which brought about life Insurance reforms, and was counsel In the Northern Se senate. ol terested In the candidacy of Colonel Roosevelt; was In charge of the contests to seat Roosevelt delegates In the Republican national convention, and following the adverse action of the convention he took an active part damaged. as one of the founders of the Progressive party and was nomtneo of the HONOR U. S. MAN Progressive party for United States MEXICANS senator. Mr. Colby waa a member of the Aviator Cross Border With Flowers American mission to the Interallied for American Aviator Who Was Klllsd by Fall. conference In Paris In November, 1017, Last year In an address at St. Louli Eagle Pass., Tex, Feb. 20. Mexican he attacked Senator Reed of Missouri aviators stationed opposite this city because of the letter's charge that the crossed to Eagle Pass In a body with League of Nations covenant Included floral offerings for the funeral of Lieut a "secret" protocol and scored SenaHorace Corey of Chicago, an Ameri- tors norah. Lodge and other senator can army aviator killed In a fall bera. for their attitude toward the league. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 28. Fire of undetermined origin which started at the Schmollcr A Mueller Piano company, did dnmago estimated at $400,. 000. It spread to buildings adjoining on the east, but tho Woodmen of the World building on the west was un- curities litigation. In 1012 Mr. Colby was actively In- Lengue of Nntlons. Tho American Legation in China Assllng region was to The celebrated tho victory of prohibibe permanently demilitarized. There, was t2be afree jtnte of tion in Iho United Slates in true control andToF future de Chineso fashion. They secured a termination by the league with full dragon to represent tho "demon autonomy for the city of Flume. The city of Zara was to have com rum," and marched around tho to the music of tho plete sovereignty under the league and complete control of Us own affairs. Marino Band playing a funeral Tho Islands of the Pclagosa group, dirge. Tho celebration closed with I.lsea nnd the small Islands west of It. the beheading of tho dragon. Tho I.ussln and Unle, were to pass to Italy American Legation will bo a dry on demilitarized basts, with local au oasis in Chinese territory in keeptonnray for the Slavs In Llssa. to have a mandate over ing with tho legal status at homo, Italy was the Independent stato of Albnnla un Sweden has finally decided to der the league. Albania's frontiers horth and east were lo be Ihoso fixed join tho League of Nations after by the London conference of 1013, but full and dclibcrato consideration. the south was left for negotiation, This was dono without reservations Greece- was to have certain territory, or conditions of any kind. A simithe lines of some of which were to The city of lar movo has been mado by Holland be left for negotiation. Valona and such hinterland strictly and Donmark. Thero did not apnecessary to defense and economic de- pear lo bo any fear shown by any velopment were granted to Italy In of theso nations in regard to the full sovereignty. loss of their nationality or tho dan-g- or Rebuke to Premiers. that might como to them In the note of President Wilson to through tho application of Article the allied premiers, discussing the 10. F.vcry day of delay In the UnitAdriatic question, he snld: ed Stales is so muoh hindrance to "If agreement on what Is Just and tho process of recovery and stabll-- il reasonable Is not to determine Inter in tho world. national Issues; If the country pos sessing the most endurance In pressing Mr. Charles H. Crane, or Chicago, Its demands rather than the country armed with a Just cause Is to gain the has been nominated again to suc support of the powers; If forcible ceed Mr. Roinsch, who recently reseizure of coveted areas Is to be per- signed. It will bo remembered that mitted and condoned and Is to receive .Mr. Crano was anno nted lo this no. ultimate Justification by creating a billon beforo by President Taft and situation so difficult that decision favorable to the aggressor Is deemed was recalled after ho had started to a practical necessity; If deliberately his field of work. The excuse given Incited ambition Is, under the name of at tho limo was that ho had heen national sentiment, to be rewarded at guilty of talking too freoly, but lathe expense of the small and weak; ter explanations suggest that Jan- If, In a word, tho old order of things aneso influences wero responsible which brought so many evils on the rorld Is still to prevail, then tho time for tho recall. ti not yet come when this government Tho German minister of Finance. can entertain a concert of powers, the very existence of which must depend Erzberger, lias been obliged to re uixm a new spirit and a new order." sign his position because of charges drill-ground - Louisville, March a Tho Republican Stale Convention was called to order in Phoenix Hill Park this afternoon by tho state chairman, E. T. Franks. Thoro wero 2,145 accredited delegates. brought against him of a misuse of his office to advance his own inter ests. Ho is said to havo sent much of his private property to Switzer land m order to escape taxat on. Mid also is charged with granting' permits for export and import in Tin) ichuih rt "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and hit righteousness and all these things will be added unto you.1' i Pago Two THE CITIZEN March I, 1920. to which gave n total of 275 LADY JOAN CAPELL College Vocational School: to Smith. Tho Franklin nnd 275.5 Foundation School T. of K. man hail won by tw-cUTILE DULCE SOCIETY Mrs. Dcnn, of Shelbyvlllo, 1ms been VISIT FROM Dl. WEAT1IERFORD (,.,,11,9 of ono percent. Tho doolslon Rev. Howard Whlloker, a former I tile Dulco spent an cnjoyablo visiting her daughter, Miss Ada, of Or. W. I). Woatherfonl, one of f (ho Judges explains why Frank-Borca- 's Foundation Icaohcr, nnd now pasevening. February 2fl, discussing Kentucky Hall. trustees, jn iosl first place, most respected d liferent phases In tho lives of On last Wednesday evening at 0:30 tor of tho Methodist church at made the Institution a visit, ac- aslmiglon and Lincoln. Tho pro- o'clock, students from tho slato of Wnllon, Ky., is spending a few days rompanled by his wife, last week, BEREA'S EARLIEST WORKERS gram was as follows: North Carolina met In Vocational in Boren, attending tho rovival being enlcrlaincd at the President's Roll call, answered by Quotations Chapel lo enjoy n social hour. Games meetings. House. We stop too seldom to rcmembo' Mrs. Kirk, ono of Foundation's from Washington nnd Lincoln wero played up lo 7:15, when reDr. Wcalhcrford has long been that we aro tho successors of a My Interview with Washington freshments wero served. At eight popular teachers, was called lo hor cnnnccfcd with tho Y. M. C. A. work gront "many good earnest pcoplo'' us sharp, Iho signal sounded for homo, home in Pennsylvania, by Iho nfter tho Surrender of York-toof the Southern Slates and is now who started Bcrea In tho wilder-foundiMildred Mooro when all separated in high spirits illness of her mother. a Y. M. G. A. Collego In ness in the "days beforo tho war.'' V wishing theso gatherings might bo Visit to tho Ml. Vernon Homo affiliation with Vanderblll Unlver- - That wns an heroic group, begin-sll- y Dean Kdwnrds spent last week In Lillian Ncal weekly instead of monthly. Peabody Teachers' Col- - ning with John 0. Tee, John A. It. and the Cleveland, O., attending tho National Soliloquy (As Martha Washingthas ('.durational Miss Gertrude Shlpman, who lege at Nashville, Tenn. He Is ono Rogers and John Hanson, Association. Ho reports on1 Alice Atzcnhocfor much endeared herself lo tho girls One man and his wife, who were of tho chief originators of tho a wonderful meeting with ten Song, "Star Spangled Banner" of Kentucky Hnll, has left Berca to thousand educators In Southern Sociological Congress, and here in those early days aro still attendance, Society accept a position in her homo town, has been largely responsible for living, the Rev. George Candce and nil slates being represented. Comparison of tho Services of Hondcrsonvllle, N. & Her pleasing building up the great summer wife, of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Can-dAnnouncements wero received by Lincoln and Washington personality combined with her npt-ne- ss were among the Herea workers schools at nine Ridge. N. C. He is nnd elllciency, will, doubtless, llereans announcing tho marrlago Helen Tutllo Relig- in 1858-5- 9 and would havo been tho author of "Fundamental Lincoln's Opportunities. Nona Shore w in for her the success sho deserves. of Gllberl Morgan lo Miss Mary ious Principles in Browning's Po- among those driven out If they had Hanks, of Louisville. Mr. Morgan An Interview with Lincoln ConWo wish her unbounded success. at etry," "Negro Life In tho South,' not been in an cerning His National Policies Miss Clnrn Terrill. of the Senior was n Berea student for sovcrnl Jackson County. "Introducing Men to Christ," and at Corbln. years. Their now homo is at StanMary Lewis class, spent tho week-en- d To Miss Adclla Fox, Beroa's other Important books. Crillnun Paltio Vest Robert Carpenter, who has been ford, Ky. Ilerea always enjoys his addresses worker at Narrow Gap, Mrs. Candee mi the sick list with tonsilltis, is nnd thoso delivered on this occasion writes, under dato of February 17 recovering rapidly, and will soon xllnled loyalty lo the rehabilitating "Mr. Candee has been very poorly wero parlicularly prized as preparNormal Photo bjr return to his classes. 4H A 4 Atf1 ing us all for tho protracted meet- for several days. Tho doctor says nf tho world according to Christ's Tho Collego Broom Fnclory Is do- ideals. ings. He went from Bcrea to Dan- he is losing his nerves. I havo not POLLY MADDEN ing some excellent work now, sevville (o speak at the State Y. M. C. had tho use of my limbs for moro I.IHI The students and faculty of eral of Iho boys learning tho broom Hi llic I ban n year, but I am glad I havo carl of .Inilll (.'llpell. HllllMlllCI mother I ho A. Convention. Lr.dy Cnpell's Ilerea Normal School aro deeply business. Wo bcllove "HOME AGAIN" will provo was my head, eyes (and hands. Our wns Adole Ormit of New York. Ijuly touched by On Thursday a reception the loss of ono of our lo be a valuable assol it our instill-lito given for Dr. and Mrs. Weathcrford daughter, Rylic, is teaching her C'npell Is mentioned ns ono of the You ought lo sec the smiles on year of school, and young peeress"- - of Knglnml vlioo most highly esteemed and beloved on. in the Log Palace by Mrs. Frost twenty-fift- h our faces sinco our "Mother" much, caro and rcsponsi-sislc- d innrrlngu to the prince of Wnlcs Is ii members. Miss Polly Madden. Wo A. A. Knight, of Lefthand, W. Vn., and Mrs. Ernberg. They wero as- - rnrries Both studouts and teachers She Is tiilonteil ntnl extend to her family and friends has been called to Berca, owing to by Mesdamcs Raino, Taylor, bility about tbo home besides possibility. at homo our deepest sympathy In the severe joined In the hmrty cheer of wol-eoclover, mill was nn an cut wur worker. Osborne," ehurrh and Sunday-schowork. illness of his son, Garclt, Hutch ins, and Ritter. this great bereavement. when Miss Dlzncy mysteri"Wo enjoyed a call 'from Presi- who is in tho Collego Hospital, very Many of the College workers and During tho three years which ously nppoored In tho dining room. ill with pnoumonln. dent Irosl's Sccrclary. Miss Anna, Mr. Knight is LEAGUE friends were present, and a very Polly spent with us, sho won tho nNo L. Smith, who was here looking up On account of tho meeting of father of Miss Dorris, of tho We missed her moro than tongtio enjoyable time was had. respect nnd affection of teachers ean loll and wo trust thai wo shall ly friends and supporters of Berca. It personal workers in tho Parish Vocational Department. Wo and students. Reserved and nulct, is a great pleasure to see and know Houso Sunday afternoon, tho Antl-pray that Garetl may bo be able lo show our appreciation REVIVAL MEETINGS IN THE of her presoiipe by our conduct nnd the work and growth of tho In- - Tobacco League met In Upper lined with womanly dignity, sho spared to his loved ones. COLLEGE stifution. When wo wero there, It Chapel. Several of the leading mem-w- lived her lifo among us ns ono At vnrious times and places dur our cooperation in lightening tho Rovival meetings aro in progress such a rough wilderness. Re-- 1 hers wero absent, being nt tho Y. M. ever ready to cheer and help and ing the past few days, students havo responsibilities in our homo at Ken at the Collego Chapel. Dr. J. K. member mo to any of tho old C. A. convention at Danville. The serve thoso about her. She was been heard expressing their appro tucky Hull. Helms, of Boston, is leading the faithful and earnest In all her The learhors In Kentucky Hall de-i- re of Iho wonderfully insplr meetings. He is assisted by Presi- friends living there yet. Many wo attendance, however, was as largo work, and animated by high ideal, nation especially to thank tho stuing messages given by Dr. Weath- as usual. College, at liopo to meet on tho other shore." dent Franklin, of Union which assured for her a future of dents for their loyalty, their courMiss Schultz, the wford during Ills visit to Borca Barbourville, Ky. Dr. Helms' son success and great usefulness. tesy ami their willingness to servo students has charge of tho music. A LETTER FROM DR. C. S. KNIGHT !!as Ca"f father.n "C,C0Unl f Not only hor friends havo suf- lo The faculty and nnd Mrs. rojolco during tho epidemic. Too much havo President the death Largo crowds of students Frost at and fered great loss in her death, but rt"r,,!"y home npnin. May llioy bo much Im- cannot lie spoken in praiso of our Leaguo hers of the citizens of Berca arc attending thoso also whom sho would havo proved m. O. Frost, ,.TMi(l to Miss Schultz their heart. in honllh, and as happy to bo irirls who so unselfishly gavo of thoso meetings; and the interest Is President and Mrs Rural Sanitarium, Madison, Tenn folt sympathy in her bereavement. o well served as teacher and ad- in Ilerea ns wo aro to havo them their time nnd strength to relievo inereasing daily. Tho speakers visor, had God soon III to lot her here. tho suffering ranged by tho flu, not Dear Friends: have brought their important meshw choson work. Though Wo have read with a great dcai , only in tho hall, but In tho hospital nJpo ' ! r I he sages with great force and power; students of ,U Business wi tills Cl'i IUh i,m ; ...... .I..I.-.J'"of pleasure (he letters you havo f.illtlllM sl''l. her lifo is not ended, rhisiHw deeply regret tho illnoss of a well. The reward can only bo Iho and the students aro responding to even on earth, for her oharactor ent to The Professor Llvengood, who was oper- men by Him who note the sparof tho League. In their appeals in great numbers. can havo a Citizen and aro glad you as liltle rest anil change. her absence the gentleness of spirit and her lino personality live, and ated upon Saturday morning, at tho row's fall. 0. 0. B. S'enres havo already found their will conlinuo to livo with us, as You havo more than earned It. Wo Robinson Hospital, for appendicitis. and the ability to servo which charway into tho inquiry room to bo are also delighted that tho school is acterizes her endeavors will bo well as witli her family and child-hoo- d o pray for an oarly rocovory. directed in seeking salvation. rEDERAL BOARD CLUB ORGAN- friends. so largo and everything going along greatly missed by tho Leaguo workMis Charity Cnrnos, who has Dr. Holms is emphasizing tho reIZED sipnedhjvNurmarSchool Com been recuporaling at hor home, so well. I can assure you no day ers. building of the world along Chris-Hu- n mit passes without our praying for both .1 As springtiiiw is a time when naPuievllle, Ky. nfter an operation Tho program was ono of tho best' Mies and is appealing to tho foTMLAV of you; for the other workers and thai has been rendered this ydar.i for appendicitis, returned to school ture sings, and nil life runs amuck, vouncr.neoplo to yield themselves to i lAnt'nn ' I mliiiMn.. o ilid the Federal Board students "C.I1U18L aim rnii n, that great body of students all of i Monday. forades Pigmon ftnroi...; , alwavs r.,i cni set vice of the Master. Any selfish wltoiTi run nmuck Monday night when they c.o Mis Ruth Hood has returned to February 21, 1920. hor classes, aftor an illnoss of sov- presented themsolves to form a so "mrrtlvW'aro' discouraged and great shall. fully prepared talk on tho "InfluOur work hero Is very interesting. emphasis is laid upon becoming ence or Example." Lloyd Rackley's eral days at hor homo on Hsllll ciety for tho advancement of enKENTUCKY HALL Y. V7. C. A. lightenment among followers or the Christ who "saved Tho city has grown at least 10.00-- talk on "Tobacco's Connection with street. Kentucky Hall Y. W. C. A was olhers." though himself ho could since wo have been here. I havo an Oilier Evils" wa3 full of InformaTho ovonlng passod away without Miss Kalhuryn Taylor, of Shelby well attended Sunday night, Febru opportunity to do what I havo al- tion and was not save. delivered In an inter- ary vine, ins gono homo for n much any casualties, or disturbance, not 2'JlIi. As Tho Cilizcn goes to press it is ways wanted to do preach a rovi- esting manner. Tho next number needed rot. Sho was accompanied mentioning tio fact that Jack HicM val Our ko early to give any figures as to goodsermon cvory Sunday night .to a on program was an account of per- ally.'' topic was, "Christian Loy by hor father. Wo trust sho may suddonly remembered, about 0:15 .Miss Ethol West of IhoFoun crowd and see souls saved evthe resulls of tlm mooting, but o'clock, that lie hnd a "dato" down sonal experiences by Henry Baker. return lo us suon, every indication is that a great and ery time. Wo havo not missed a Henry has been all over tho world, ilal:oti Department was our leader, Miss I.na Allen spent a fow days town. As ho oamo arrayed In a lasling vork is being accomplished. Sunday night service in months and part of tho way to the moon and gave us ninny flno thoughts on last woe with lolntivos in Rloh lnips stiff collar, and new shave, Tho meolings will continue over without one or moro conversions. (in an aeroplane), and his accounts loyally to our churcb obligations: nieitd. w surmise what species of dato It I havo baptized seventy-fou- r lo the aclivitios of the church; and and next Sunday. escorted to tho .Miss Berlhn Combs, of niackly, was. He wni-dul- y more aro coming all tho time. Wo of tho influence of tobacco in China, loyally lo our friends and classHid Mn.es liplle nm Molly Stacy, of exit by Mr. McDa'nlets. ourscrgcant-nt-arm- s. Cenlral America, Germany, and In mates, rocoived twenty into tho church in tho inlluonco wo might . who STATE ORATORICAL CONTEST dolormlned to conlast Sunday a. m. So you see God other countries' was exceedingly have on them in our being loyal M.uard, el'iined i(. Heron, Monday duct all his duties according to regIn the chnne'I nf Mm ITni vivid and interesting. !iirniiu. I hey bad been in altond-micChristians?' '. "ns cen good lo us . . t. nl the funeral of Miss Polly ulations (G. O..30). W" ..4 liwt .MUMMU """y UllUMIUUH, .llUIUIl II, We wero glad lo havo with us odium, llnal.loc 11,1 !,., Five minutes Inter Mr. Mlncor retho H3rd Annual Slato Oratorical Madden, at Sinithsboro. 1,1'UIIU Will IIIUUl Miss nine funerals, and (lfly-thrBoworsox. who told us many wed- - , , n The girln of Kentucky Ball were called an important dnlo at tho drug ' Willi fcilU UlUUIIiUIII ways in which wo onn bo loyal ' " J!!""0. "I i "n" to make forty Volunteer Band. Tho meeting will "?. lo -lore, and wns granted leave of ... ...... v v.uv.,, Kumuaiw-- UVCUUJ U (inllfl o n.nnlr Josus Christ, to our homo folks and made very happy last Monday morn1,0 He stalod he was In need ot ing by the return of Miss Diznoy to this kind over hold in Kentucky. tho Parish Houso at 3:30 lo our . friends. Soveral othor good "clock Tho program was as follows: rn,.... hor post. She onmo from a two refrpfduwnts, banco his excuse. .. mn thoughts were brought out, and After a thrilling, hotly contested tour good talks by member, "Americanizing America by Educat- - v weeks' tny nt Madison Sanitarium, , .1 Ttl vorses from tho Biblo road of tho Leaguo and Band. Every ono ing Labor," C. McCoy Franklin, Madison, Tenn., and seemed muoh election, Mr. Jonnings. who was 1. by members. temporary chnirmnn. was elected improved in mind and body. is cordially invited to attend thH reu uoncgo; -- mo Realization of our Wo cordinlly invito nil girls (o Wo aro so thankful for tho largo inooti ng. Curl Onmbill, who has had an at president. our moetlngs. Mr. Wliito wns elected secretary tack of influenza during tho past week, has been much missod by his nfler a violent upheaval, In which LADIES HALL Y. W. C. A. MARSHALL'S SON IS DEAD ninny good words and Invectives . ii. trrigui, ,,uiiu, Unci C. Tho meeting of tho Y. W. C. A. teachers and classmates, particu- were wasted, class fif fnplv-ol- v and Mr. Mcrshon was larly by members of his English! Transylvania. College; 'Tho Dawn' Ln m Berca,' Succumbs at Waihlngton After Ulnsti hold in Ladies Hall. Sunday evening, mon. class. Carl is ono of our most prom imniedlntoly olcoled corresponding of Domooracy"' Robert 0 Blaine, wllpro 0UP February 29, was led by Miss Dlmplo of Several Days Had Excess hearts aro muoh Qf lhQ ising Juniors, and wo hope for him seorolary. ... iiiuun' wesiuyan uoucgo; "Stiail' of i eld in D.'ood. Payne. Tho subject for discussion time .Mr. mrnor wns tnon named troa- nn early recovery lung." Clifford B. Smith, University r was "Christian Loyally," and tho cIoso witll roal ,ovo fop you Vnnlilng(on, 1'eli. 27. Little I'ho mombors of tho Vocational surer, and will doubtless bo nn ecoOf Kentucky. both, nn.1 n hnnrl full nf nnnln . Morrison Murslmll. nilopted meeting was a very helpful ono. Tho Department wish to cxtond lo Dr. nomical hoarder of mazuma. speaker. Tho first Franklin.' nan of Vlco President mid Mm. .Miir. loader and thoso who took pari In I Other elections woro: Mr. McDan-io- k J. Helms, his son, nnd Dr. FrankW.IH Min nprnn rnnrnQonfnflvA nnri shall, died nfter un Illness of several the mooting brought out tho thought Very truly yours In tho work, sergennl-nt-arnis; Mr. Bellies, liail taken first placo in tho local ilnys. The child suITered fnim nn ex- that wo, as Christians, will bo loynl lin, who havo coino to stress tho C. S. Knight. most vital message over given to nrt critic; Mr. Minoer. chairman socess of ncld In the hlooil. The child lo our frionds. to our own best contest hold here, December i7th.J man, a most cordial welcome. May cial committee; Mr. Griggsby. chairwns until November, 1018, known ns solves, to tho Sinco that lime. Franklin had bceni Ifttio things, to our Y. JAIME C. DE VEYRA Ihnntltix Morrison. Ills pn rente hnd V. C. A., and lo our Great Friend, tho old, old story, as given by them, man hnnrd of dlroclors; Mr. Plumby, remodeling his oration until it was not luu n surplus of wealth, nnd Ignot only havo n now meaning and chairman program cominitlce. almost impossiblo lo find a flaw In, The nnmo adopted was: "Silver natius beeuino one of the mntiy wardu Jesus Christ. added significance, but may It also i's construction or in his delivery.' of WiicliliiKlon diet kitchens. It was nbido Willi us always. Wo trust that Star, F. H. Club."' It will probably Eaoh oration was on somo phase while visiting ono of the kitchens that Tho Cooporalivo Sloro has Just beforo thoy Icavo all may havo meel on Wednesday evonlngs. E4 IhiObI of reconstruction. Vice President and Mrs. Murslmll Hnw taken the agency for tho Shcaffor Tho U. of K. caught tho vision or tho larger and til in. The child, then only a little over speaker, Smith, treated tho ShanFountain Pen, which our Mr. Taylor fuller lifo to voluntarily plcdgo un- ii year old, wns under fed nnd emncl-ntetung question in a simplo but clear, SUSPENDED NEWSPAPERS They became so attached to says, is tho best pen on tho market manner. him that they adopted him. Morrison today. Ho claims that ho would not Until within recent years, newsAftor tho speakers wero through, developed Into o bouncing youngster take $50 for his pen, which ho has papers never quit they Just passed Iho decisions of tho judges wero boon using now for somo years, Jf and Buffered no Illness until this from ono owner to another. But collected and (under tho close oblie could not get another Just llko it. now publishers fall Just llko other servation of tho delegates from each Coop Storo will soli these-pen- I nt onit rmriei roumtiii riu business men. Publishing Tho has college) wero opened ono by ono. to students and faculty worka matter of first Imporlanco FINDS CZARISTS RULE REDS Th first scaled cnvelopo boro tho ers nt exactly cost, plus 107c, which in tho nation, and likowlso its hazmessage, Franklin first, Smith secwill bo Just about half tho usual ards havo Increased. Tho tlmo ha .BkBBBBW .BBBBBBBBBB Dutch Writer 8ays 60 Per Cent of Of. Tho second cnvelopo was ond. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ prico of fountain pons. Of courso, passed when you can tako a dull fleers Art From Old Russian opened and !a llko decision was everybody will want ono. Upper Class. BBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBt boy nnd "mako an editor outen of rendered. A murmer of agreement bbbbbbbbIbbbbbbhbbbbbbbbbbV him," as tho poet, Will Carlclon, put FOR SALE BY with thoso decisions passed among Amsterdam, Feb. 2.1. About PO per Twcnty-llv- o It. hundred nows-papc- rs red army In Russia Is not START TRADE WTH RUSSIA cent of the tho follows, showing that two of havo suspended publication Is neutral, nccordlng Dewey "red" at all. but tho Judges had been using tholr sinco July, 101B, but still tho Post All Facilities Afforded for Reopening to the staft correspondent of the best Judging power, and then Iho' Ofilco Department cries savagely for O. Nypela. who has Just reof Bona Fide Business, 8ays AnChapel Building third envclopo was opened and nouncement In Commons. higher rales for second-clas- s turned from an extended tour through mall Franklin had been given Ifourih soviet Russia. matter. They lay tholr deficits at placo while Smith had first. ThlaJ jHlme C. do Veyra has been London. Kelt. 21. All facllltlen have He sayn about 00 per cent of the oftho door of tho publisher, and ovon enough to award first place to elected Philippine commissioner In the ficer who are largely drawn from the been afforded for the reopening of try lo shift somo $58,000,000 annual s Ode trailing with the Russian United States and tlio Island Smith, but there were hurried 01- -' trained military men nf the old upper bona loss in tho rural freo delivery serpeople. It wns olllclally iinnnuneed In of percenlago grade, turo, bM publicly corameuded tils rlnsti. are "czarlsl" In Inclination. vice lo tho newspapers. the bouse of commons. General College News Department ng m m m m wn so-no- ". en out-stati- on Mc-Ke- an, If X I O Department ed. me ol sin-eere- of as ' l" vice-preside- nt, Anti-Tobac- co I 0i 1 vice-preside- nt tuw..i. r;-y- i- iit 4 1 e eo ,.,,,,. v m.;( ab-en- ee. nl i., Bo-'i,0- I three-yenr-o- ld SNAPFIL' s bo-coi- L.Trosper d, re-w- leulsla-oulallon- "The field is the woVld." "Go ye into all the world and preach my Gospel." March I, 1020. TUB CITIZEN other's neck. "You hnvo been hurt, hurt." And then, under her brenth, "more than me." "What has he done?" "He hnil alrendy been convinced that he should offer his services to Pago Thrco vc COW PUNCHER By IButioni SYNOPSIS. I -- Uvln Sy Robert J.C.Stoad Uulliorc And Kitchener, Irrla other poems Hfttt CltAPTnit with hi fatrrnr on rtpcnk to Mist Morrison." nmall, badly mnnncetl ranch, David In it few words olio explolned Dave's Klden ha" rracliM tlia age of elahlrrn with few durational advantage. An dlsHppenrnliei, stripping the tn tli nulo In which Mr. Manly, sudden eminent rnatern physician, anil his ilaugh. Incident of nil but vital facts. Hert tar Irene, are murine the. country. Irln;a Morrison wns nil "It's n new element Into lilt life. I)r. Hanly'a l la broken and ha I neceaarlly ron-fine- d big slory, you know," she said, "but (n hla lsl. 1'rle ndnhlp, and aomr-thinNftt more, develop between Irene anil wo won't think of It Hint way. u Hue. D.'.ld. fur nt I mil concerned. CHAITKn II -I- rene irreatly enlnya the lMHh Diinmn Is the girl wo need. A uneonventlonal freedom of ranch life, ami Mirt nf itiltipled sister tn Dave. She her sent Intanc-ahl- n with Unvld rlpena Inlo nfreulon On fir llntdy'e recovery limy know more tlinn nny nf us." people part with the under-landinthe ynun Hut IMlth knew iibsolutely nothing; that IavM will peek to Improve M poaltlon In life, and they will tnwt nothing except Ihnt her own henrt wus anln Ihpiwn Into n turmoil nf cinntlons. CllAITI It III -- Tl audden death of hla prartlcally She spent the tiny unit the evening with father ttaiea i he few hare arrei of thn notMni but ranrti, He e' ler man harms througn downtown, pointing nlioiit tho polnW ream of alpalpatlon wastedto the Income where Dave might likely bo found. the nearent pi il. Uavltl town. ttei nineil to ieep lit promts to And Hie next morning she called on Irene by ar'il:n- an education and mak-I- n Irene Ilnrtly. hlmaelf v rthv of her - lie aecurea the In spite "f Mil efforts nt self-contrflrnt work ofr-rilrMna- a team for a j Aal eje-l-d meeta a m-- n n mil Con-war- ' slip trembled its she pressed the bell. , by whom he la as "'t hla She hint never met Irene llunly; It let) into .liealpnt'on CHAlTfll V Wrartlng- the favorable was R"llig t be h elrniiKc cxpurlrnre, attention of T r niln( editor of a intrtMluoIng hcnwlf to the woiiuin who m Id Hecomoe n reporter newofMoer pnper in the country Miotili! print them. Hello! Ye, I wnnt to every I)l1 aral tijm. hla hoar1 Iv loakl Ot b! rtth. etlt.memory (roodIrene In rthcirhI rrKrlii theM. fall Inoflore wllh r ih -- "n te .h -- nM VI m not perceive It of r -- t. ..e'hi'ltv on tla ncwpapar Con w aril r "rwi a i'itntanchln with i.dvanUco He eeaa twvld fnr ' the town l - "ripe" f r n boom thronrh ee bncklnc of the tiewa-rxpIr1.1 t' In which he la Inter '' as Ponwrd filed c"d " e tw. eatate ttuslnefei. and initeri. r" real ' CHAITKn IV -- Naturally of clean mind. Duvkl rltcini.n-to (at away from Ids enrmnnalnca, and rate UnconBenl l brings him Iritu contact with Mr Melvln Duncan, who e the Inherent itood lathe bay and wc' mno- him to Ida home, whera ho rwota rdfh. hla hoat'a pretty daughter, and bina li e coveted (Kiurwtion CIIAI1 Kit VII. Uoth men become wealthy during the "lajoin." and when It la nearllia lie Inevitable end Itatld aoclely Morrison tbiough editor of the newajiaiH-- r on which ho ImiIn been employed, that Irene Hardy la llv-iIn town, with her mulhar CHAI'Tm PivM advances to n m to M' narrative turns to CHAITKIl VIII.-T- ha the lirde. In their eaatern home. Mrs. Hurdy uimvalllniily urdm a "brilliant" mati-ffor Irene, and nwllioa that her daunhter'a allectlona are dacel elpewhere. Irene evnfeoaea to her Intmaely annoyed mother her attachiaent to Pavld Klden, the Cnw I'unrher, The audden denth of Dr. Hardy leave the two women with only a few thousand dollara, and Mr a. llardy'a health neceaaitallna: her residence tn a drier hmate they move to the hare IVavlJ Klden la a weatern city cltlxen of Importanca nt. Hardy entera fully CHAITEU tnlo the "boom" afilrlt. and while enitaxHl In purcliaauic a h'uae from Conwar Dnvld meeta Irene again, and her mother He vainly rndeavoia to prevent Mrs ) lardy Inveetinir In r il eatate. perceiving the dlaaiter at hand, but ahe la oballnate CHAITKIl X. Conward. whom David la rea an rnpldly comlnc to dlairuat. aarendancy over Mra Hardy, who ha never liked IMvId, luvartubly refrrrlns to him aa th Cow llmcrier. Itavtd treaes Irene to marry him ut once, but ahe la Unable ts fully make up her mind Tho "boom" burat and Mra. Hardy flnda her Investment lit t Ic better than worthleaa. Intplred by Conward. who la aervlng hla own ndi. ahr blamea Klden. David Conward seeking to toko advnntaice of a young Ktrl working of the In the olllcc. and thwnrta him, a violent quarrel, CHAITUIt durlnc which David nirlkra Conward. tho :alnat the happlneaa latter maka threat or Irene and David, which D.ivld treata mpt Irene finally ngrrea to with marry cM. t, thmiah her mother alrnnsly Davi lliw provf a of the niiiti h. Mra. Hardy turns tn Conward for conaolatlon, and he Immediately eea a chance to "get even" with David by enticing him Into n altua-tln- n with a woman rf the town under that will compromise him CHAITKIl XII -- Iavld nlmoat fall Into the trap, which la set tn hla ntllce, but Is saved bv the appearance of the young son of Mr. MertorL to whom the Ann has sold Tho land that Is practically worthleaa. toy tella him hla father la dying, and David arrange to visit him at once she lias failed, the woman confiva her art In th plot and Involve Cunward. Afaddeneil at Ida purtner'a treachery Dnvld lire n revolver, determlneil to ininlh him, but first accompanies tho boy, Charlie, to hla home Thwy llnd Merlon dead, nnd David, after making ncceiury arningamenta for the enro of the body, tnkea Charlie to Irene. At the homo David meat Conward. and he lead him to believe Irene Is deliberately falsa to him Now nngerrd bcxend control, David la alout to end t'onvvard'a life, when Irene Intervene, and David Ixtllevea ahe doa It He dmouwea her for love of Conward and In almost Insane anger loaves the i IX.-Mi IniMK-emXI.-A- fter . house. lng to rogaln CHAITKIl control nf himself. David driven far Into taking tho the country, uncnneclouely direction nt the ranch whore he had first met Irene Some measure of culmneaa restored, he determines to leave everything and Join the Ilrltlsh army, then In contllct with the Herman hordes. Iteturnlng to town he meeta Duncan, who had heard of his trouble and seeka to help him. Rhe convince Mm he ban been hnty In hla condemnation of Irene lMIIh's wurda have their effect and David glvea up hla Idea of revenge, agreeing to forget all. to at once to Kngland. und enlist. XIII-8ek- In tlie ninrnliii; Mio wits very solier und pull', und innrkM of distress nnd ulecnlessncss wore furrowed In Iter Site erected licr mother with face. cold civility nut! loft her brcnkftiHt untouched. She pivo inrt of her brenkfnst to Churllc; It wns n Fnvlne 1ml in tn her to hnvo sotneono uiou whom blio could pour utToctlon. Tlien nhp went to the telephone. She culled Dnrc'K olllce. Notiilne was known of Mr. Klden; he hud lieen working thero loNt iiteht; he wns not down yet. Hlio called hU itpartmentH. Thero wits no answer. Then she tried a new num- ber. "Hello, Is that tho olllce of tho CallT Will you let mo upenk Her mother Interrupted almost frantically: "Irene, you ure not going to tell tho papers? You mustn't do that. Think of what It means tho disgrace. ft shooting affair, nlniost, In our home. Think of me, your motlafr " TH think of you on one consideration that you explain what happened last night and tell me where Dave Klden Is." "I can't expluln. I don't kuow. And I don't know " "And you don't want to know. And you don't care, so long as you can keep It out of the papers. I do. I'm going tp find out tho facts about this, If to" hud lieen preferrel oyer her nnd who Imd ntrrmrt'titly proved hi tiuworlhy of Hint preferrlir,i .Hhr Imd (llfllvtilt thing tn sny, nnd even while slip mi1 them sho must tight n battle tn the death with the Jonliiuy nf her nnturnl womsnhooil. Ami she must be wry, very careful I hut In saying thln.'s which were hard to my she did rf!t sny hard thlinr. Anil. iiHMt dlltli ult nf all, she inti- -t try In jHtvo the wiiv to a reconciliation be--" tween Dave mid the woman who stood between her and happlne. Irene attended the door, as was her ettstotu. Her eyes iiaik In Itdlth'x face nnd flaure wllh mild surprise. Htllth was ciniacliiiis of Hie process of it ipilck IntelhTt enilenvorlng In classify r Mdlcllor, music teacher, girl J And In that moment of she biiw Irene's oyun nnd n pi.t! Htraure eoinmotlnti of feeling surged ihn'iu-her. So Mils was the woiiuin De.ve luul chosen to lovttl WiT one does not elioa whom one without ('boosing, will love; one wtia eiiiiscloui nf tlint: ahe kuow tint t In her nwn life. And even as she looked IhH first time upon IrtHio sho beTtnio aware of h Mthtle Httrnetlon faaherlng iiImihI her; sho felt witne-tb'n-g nf Hint )owt-- r which hail held Pave tn a hlngle eoure through nil theie .vi'ara. Ami suddenly n gretit ii w truth wan iKint In ICtlllh Duncan. Suddenly she realised that If the steel at nny time prevo unfaithful to the oopnet tho fault Ilea nut tu the Mtiel hut III I ho magnet. What n chnnge of view, what a reverwbm of nil accepted hlngs came wllh Die realisation of Hint truth which roots down Into the nf nil nntlll'e! i "Won't you come In7" Irene wns spying. Her voice wns sweet nnd musical, but there wns it note of sadness chords In It which set repontvi tl" henrt. fi.troiiililo ell thrmirrll "I inn Kdlth Duncan." she managed have something to say. "I 1 think to say that may Interest you." There was n quick leap In Irene's eyes; the lenp of Hint Intuitive feminine seii.e of danger which no seldom errs In dcnling with Its own sex. nnd Is yet so unreliable ti defense from the (lungers of the other. Mrs. Hardy was in the living room. "Won't you ootne up to my workwithout shop?" Irene nnswored. chnnge of voice, itfltl they nsecndei' the stairs together. "I draw li little." Irene wns adylng, talking fast. "Oil, yes, hnvo ipilto commercialized my art, such ns It Is. Hut I haven't lost inv soul altogether. I daub In color n lit le ye, daub, that's tho word. Hut It keeps one'H soul olive." Sho trembled, nnd her voice choked; sho put out her arm to u chair. When she turned her face thoro were tenrs on It. . . . "Tell mo Kdlth," bhe Mild. . . . "You know" . . . "1 know some things," Kdlth managed to soy. "I know, now, that I do not know nil. Dnvo und I are old frlomW. My father took n liking tn him and he used often to lu In our house. And we got to know each other very well, and ho told mo about you long iigo. And hist night I found him at his rooms, almost mad and And sweiiling to shoot Conwnrd, then he told me that that " "Vest Yes? What did he tell you? I nm not afriihl " Kdllh turned her eyes to where the white crests of the mountains cut like e a crumpled keel through n sen of blue. "He told mo he saw Conwnrd here . . . upstairs . .. . nnd Conward made a boast. And he would have shot him, but you rushed upon him and begged him not to. He said you would have taken the bullet yourself rather than It should find Conwurd." "Oh I oh!" tho girl cried, In the pain of ono mortally hurt. "How could he think that? I didn't cure for him for Conward but for Dave. I kiiew there hud been a quarrel 1 didn't know why nnd I knew If Dnvo nhot whnt-evhim It wasn't In It was. he couldn't plead thut und they'd hung him, und that was all I saw, Kdlth, that wus nil I saw, and I would yes, I would rather have taken the bullet myself than thut thut should happen " "You poor girl I" said Kdlth. "You po.oc.glrl 1" And Jier.urms found. the h-busl-ih-h- lvf hiMlr-iirl- ... 1 1 Inll-nlt- Em. e er now seemed so long ago, the siecliil InMieflt nf service men who "Well?" he snld. Ills voice wns fnlled to reliftHte their Insurance hut In It wns something prior to Hie new Inw, nnd who hare which quickened her hope; something been dlschnrged more thnti eighteenwhich suggested Hint he was making It month. mcclmnlcnl because ho dared not let BACK Kvsorvlrr men mny still reinstate express tne human emotion which It their Inpseil term Insurance nt nny tils country, In thesn times. He paid wns struggling for utternnce. Ime within eighteen months follow he couldn't remnln here, nnd he has "Let me talk to you, Dave," she already left for Kiighind. I am nfrnld pleaded. " hnvo followed you around TRANSFER WHICH TAKES PLACE ing the month of dlschnrge by com- ilylng with the same conditions. encouraged him to lenve nt onca the world for this. Let me talk. I OH MARCH 1 18 PRACTICALLY Within three months following the You see, I didn't understand." can explain everything." ACCOMPLISHED ALREADY. month of discharge, lelnsinlement Irene hnd takmi n chair, nnd for He stood still so long that she wonmny be ninde by simply remitting two snmo minutes she sat In silence. "I dered If he never would speak. She months' premium without n formal don't blame vou." Mio said, nt length. dared not rench her hnnds to him; NEW LEGISLATION PREPARED application o. statement ns t henlth. "You gnve him good advice. There she could only stnnd nnd wait. Itelntnlenienl may nlo be ninde remains only one thing for mo to do." "Irene," he snld, "why did you folafter eighteen months following dis "What?" snhl IMIlh nflcr n mo- low me here?" charge, n follows: If Hie Insurance ment's hesitation. "There Is only one nnswer, Dave. Government Control Hat Opened the fm not been lapsed longer than threo Way for Pooling and I shnll follow him I love you and would follow Ilecnii! 'Kollow htm! Other Things That Were Not Per- months, by complying with the conyou anywhere. No one can stop me nnd make lilm understand. If he ditions outlined. Prom the fourth tn mitted In the Past must pi Into battle with nil Hint doing Hint; no one, Dave except you." tho eleventh month, Inclusive, after Ami again he stood, and she knew that means he must go In knowing litpe. by complying wllh Hie same Dy JAME8 P. HORNADAY. the truth. You hnvo been very kind. that he wns turning over tn his mind conditions, nnd In niMltlon submitting Miss Duncan. You have gone out of things weightier than life and death, Washington. 12 n. a tin the stroke of formal report of examination made your way to do me it great service, mid that when he spoke again his in., March 1, Hie fed em I iivernini-n- t y n repot ihle physician suhtnnllnt- you have shown more kindness course would be set. Then, In the will cease to operate the rullrouil.H of Ing the mid statement of henlth to the partial shadow, she saw his nrms the count rj. Hum I have nny right to claim from Neither the traveling satisfaction of the director of tho n stranger. feel, too, the call slowly extend; they rose, wide ami public nor Hint lurger section of the bureau. for vengeance," she exclnlmed, spring- strong, and extended townrd her. public which docs not tnivpl regularly Beneficiaries Group Enlarged, ing to her feet, "but llrst I must find There was n quick sleiN nnd they met will be able to note thut anything untn iinnouiiclug Dnvo. I shnll follow him nt once. I about her, and the world swooned and usual has lutppened. In other words, the new ruling. emphasizes flirt! readily tortile him In some way went by. . . . the dally service of the tmnsportntloii Director Cholmeley-Jone- s "I can explain everything," sho said, lines will go on us It did while the the fnct Ihnt war risk (term) Instir- through tho military service." government wus the supremo author- nnce or Hilled Stales government She accompanied her visitor to the when she could talk. "You need explain nothing." ho re- ity, und us It did before Hie govern(converted) life Insurance mny now door. They shook hands nnd looked for n moment In eneh other's eyes. turned. "I have lived the torments of ment look the roads over for operat- le made ptmiMo to nny of the follow group of And then Iv'lth burst nwny nnd hur- the dimmed. Kdlth Duncan was right; ing purposes. As a mutter of fact the ing new and enlarged she said If It were rent love It would transfer of the roads buck to their henellelnrles: ried down the street. never give up. 'Kndureth nil things,' owners has tilready pructlcully tuken Parent, grandparent, stepparent. she said. 'AH things,' she said. . . . place. The clumge on March 1 will wife (or iiusliand) child, Irene luul searched London for two There Is no limit." Dur- adopted largely Ire one of bookkeeping. child; grandchild, brother, weeks. The cnnlhlenre nf her earlier dear," sho snld. ing the lust month the railroad "Hut 1 must tell sister, hulf-b- t other, brother inquiries bad diminished with each suc- "so Hint jou may understand." AuC which wus established here hrotigh adoption, uncle, mint, nephew. cessive blind troll, which, promising nt then she patched together the story, hmther-ln-lnslter-inlnw- ; when the government us a war neces- niece, first, led her Into u nmr.e of confusion from what she knew und from whnf began has illsnppoliitment. store Kdlth Duncan had told her, and Dnvo sity quietly to operate the roadsfunc- lersnns who have stood In the relntlnn Her little und been returning various of money wns fust dwindling nwny; she filled In what neither had known. In- tions lo the lespectlve owners of the of n parent to the Insured for n period of one yenr or more prior to hl enlist looked Inlo the face of every man In cluding the Incident earlier on that 11 tin- - morning nf March 1 ment roads. or Induction, or the child or uniform with u pathetic earnestness fateful evening. She could seo his there will not be much visible evithat more than once caused her to be Jaws harden us they pieced the plot dence that Hie railroad administration children at such persons; parent. grandparent, or parent tnasuudcrstood. together nnd she knew what he wus existed except some vacant desks In through adoption of the Insured's wife mllltnry thinking. The organlzaton of tho the Interstate commerce building. (or husband). service commanded less enthusiasm "Your country needs you more," she It Is conceded on nil sides that govWar risk (term) Insurance mny be than she felt u inoirli before. She saw whispered. "It Is better that way. And ernment operation of the roads opened converted Into United States govern It struggling with the itpimrcntly Im1 you are In uniform wlm t u man tile way for the doing of things that possible; It was ns though she, In her' think I see you smashing heads Instead wete not done under the old prlvute ment llf Insurance, now or nt any little studio, bad been suddenly called of bottles. Six out of six, Dave I It's uiuiiageineut simply because the gov- time within five venrs after the formal proclamation ti'Min to (mint all the portraits In the awful, but you must do It. Already we ernment Itself prohibited their dblug termination of the wnr by of the president. In some degree she unworld. kuow what has happened III Helglllin. it. The old Idea wus Hint there should In equal deCoast Guard to Ce Strengthened. derstood the Yon will forget your own wrongs In lie n minimum of und u gree she symint hlzcd with those who the greater wrongs of others. . . . maximum of competition. The coast guard of the United Thus It wus were striving to overcome them, nnd And I shnll Join the service ns u nurse. strengthened. '.o is be that the government prohibited pool States sho hum on from day to dny In her My father wns a doctor, and I can ing nnd held up n wnrnlng bund every In the future It will be treated scorch with n dogged determination soon pick it up." time the railroads showed nny lucll- - as n part of the country's Urst line ot which set Its teeth ngnlnst admitting It has not received the defense. She chatted on, but he hnd become nation of pulling together. wus hopeless. that tho search credit It deserves for Hie part It took suddenly grave. "I don't think that is In Vogue. At Inst ono grfit fear had Fettled your course, Irene," he snld. "This Is In the war. On April 0. 1017. the date The dominant note of federal oper of the declaration of wnr against on her heart. Suiuhwo Dnvo should going to lie n bigger Job than It looked. Wherever in fiermany by the United States, the not enli-- t under his right name? In The government will get soldiers and ation wns such n ease her ehnnce of finding him nurses; the popular Imagination turn" Hie Judgment of Hie railroad adminis entire gunrd passed from the control be obtain wns the mere freak of accidental meetof the secretary of the treasury to that to sm h things. Hut It will be neither tration better service could upon sold. crs nor nurses that will win tin ed through pooling of Interests pool of the secretary ot the navy, and has ing; n ehnnce not In be banked ing took place. The result of tills nil In n country already swarming with war. I feel sure of that now. Million continued to this date to operate aa its citizen soldiery. . . . And yet )f men will he taken from productloi wus thut for the llrst time In the his a part of the unvy. Plons for the of American railroads common there wus nothing to do but keep on. of the guard nnd nuvy In and turned to purposes of destructlor lory use wns made of many terminals, und She had sought n park bench where They will be taken from olllces, wher the event of wnr hnd been worked out also of u great denl of trncknge, ctty groups ol soldiers were continually they need little food, nnd put in th nnd were published to the service durticket olllces were consolidated anil ing the mouth preceding the wnr In a moving by. Tho llRhts shone on HieJrJ.,)WUr;hes,.wlieri tiluv nt.eii iuuch,foqi rolllhg stock to'n considerable extent faces, und her own tlrcti eyes followed Countries will be devastated; nrmb confidential order. Hy It each unlt'ot made exchangeable, according to the Alwuys her ear will retreat, destroying nil food as tin them Incessantly. the gunrd was assigned a definite Una day. That this of necessities of the wns nlert for u voice that should set go. Ships will go down with cargot action In the genera: mobilization, and more than of wheat; Incendiary ilres will swallow same policy In n general way will be whereby nil would Immediately begin her heart once she had thought she Heard tnui warehouses of food. I believe my followed under prlvute ownersldji to operate under n nnvnl command voice; more than n score of times she ,,mce i tK. trenches; but those less seems certain. speclficnlly named In the order for From n llnanclal standpoint govern hnd thought she hnd seen that llgure nt iT ,ie ni,t than I must. In some each unit. was not uient operation of the roads with frm or otilt,rt ,,r()duce food. That with Its stride of . Dispatches pulling the order Into 1 of this year a success. On .Innunry bulging In every muscle. And CU(,.S t,0 women; It Includes you." effect were cleared on the tiny wnr the ronds had been under government nlwnys It hud been to learn that she "We? Hut what can I do?" Units affected Includwns declared. hud been mistaken; nlwnys It hnd been "Since 1 left home I've thought n control for two full years. In this ed 22 cruising cutters, 14 harbor cutperiod the loss wns $.". 1,200,000, dl to feel the heart sink Just n little good deal of the old ranch. deI and launches, nnd 2S0 const stavlded $:H!),200.000 "for 1010 und $215,- - ters lower than before. Anil still she kept spised It In those prosperous days tions, with n personnel of approximatekeep those days we thought were prosperous 000.000 for 101S. on. There was nothing to do but ly 220 commissioned ofllcers, 404 warThrough on the railroad legislation, rant officers nnd H.nOO enlisted men. but the prosperity is gone und the Often she wondered how he would ranch remains. It still lies out there which, unless there Is n slip, will be Increased during the wnr to n maxireceive her. That cold look which Just us It did when you nnd your fafli r ready by March 1 when the roads go mum of 4.'18 warrant olllcers nnd 0,100 had frozen his fentures when she motored down Hint afternoon u dor.cn buck, the government will maintain n enlisted men. with no increase in the seized the revolver 111 his hand, would yenrs ago. 1 think you'll have to gi closer supervision than ever before number of commissioned olllcers. All It still sit there, too distant and de- hack there, Heenie. I think you'll over the railroads. This legislation Is units nffeeted by the mobilization order tached to bo even scornful? Would have to take the hoy Charlie, nnd whul by no means satisfactory to all the were nsslgncd by It to nnvnl districts, she have It to brenk down? She could other help you can get, und go back to Interests Involved, but it Is regarded but six cruising cutters were within a not kuow; sho could only hope nnd the old ranch and raise something for ns a fair beginning. The general ex few days tuken from the districts, nnd pray nnd go on. the soldiers to eat. You enn do It. pectation In congress Is thut within assigned to the Atlantic patrol squadAs she turned her eyes to follow n Thero ure good men to be had ; men another year the legislation will have ron. Four of these, with two other group of men In uniform she became who can't very well enrry u ritle, but to be revised tn meet conditions us cruising cutters, were sent nbrond for nwnru of il soldier silting ulone In the can drive n plow. And believe mo, they develop following the return of duty In the war zone. shadow a short iHstaiiee nwny. Some Iteenle, It's the plow that's going to the roads to their owners. One Cutter Sunk by the Enemy. Sweet Law Enough for Present .lunllty about htm dfiught her ntttn-tlou- ; win. (lo back and put thorn ut It und Think of every furrow ns another These six vessels left the United his face was not discernible, relating legislation No nddltlonnl dates between lis llgure wus too much In the shiulow trench In the defenses which shall stive to benefit due the men who States Imllvldunlly September the 1017. 20, to more than suggest Its outline, luif your homo from the fate of llelglum's served In the world wiir Is to be of August 15 and she found herself regarding him with hoiUes. It's not us eusy ns- - going to undertaken Immediately. This deci One of them wns sunk In the wnr zone an lntentnese! that set her pulses rac- the front J.t hasn't got tho heroic ling sion has been reached by the leaders by enemy action; the others returned ing. Should she dare risk It iignln? to It, nnd I suppose there nro ninny In congress after many conferences to the United States between the dates And yet there wns something. . . . who will commerVudUe It. Let them. with the olllchils of the wnr risk bu January : and July 1, 1010. The cutSho had n sudden plan. She would We shnll need their profits lifter tho rouu. It is believed the new ratings ters nttached to naval districts acted uiiiko no Inquiry, no apology; she war to pay our debts. Hut It's tho ilxed by the Sweet law, now In effect as patrol vessels on the const, conwould walk neur by and call him by thing Ihnt must be done. Aad you'll will stnnd through the coming llscu voyed nnd towed along the coast or to craft used in name. If that name meant nothing to do it, won't you?" year unjliow. The wur risk bureau offshore points various Meet, were him he would not even notice her pres"I'll do whatever needs to bo done, eiilllnuos tn interpret Hie legislation connection with the supply enemy submarines ence, but If It should be Dnvo. I'd rullier be by your side, or In th? interest of the men detailed to hunt for "Dave," she said. as near us may be, but If you say thut iTi n llbeiiU wny; every doubt Is enst reported on the const, and were sent, He turned quickly In his sent; the my duly llos buck on the old ranch I when tho necessity nrosc, to nsslst who wus wl favoV of light fell on her face hnd he saw her; shall go buck to the old ranch und In vessels In distress. w for give lift lt for Ihe-!1- ' ho wns on his feet und hud taken n raise food for my soldier. And when to The coast stations, with their surf-ma- n the wnr was fought. step toward her. Then he stopped, nnd It's nil over we shnll ride those old pntrols, formed an armed force .?,lol't' In line with the liberal policy Up the canyon, hillsides iignln. nf observation und communication on eu, n new ruling relating to wnr In iney Lnkes. you remember, Dave? The llttlo niche Orent . .. surance has Just been made, fiictl i'1- - const , and . ..... t., - ,.. ,i.i. ....,..-.In the wall of the canyon, and nil the . ,ro VUluailll- ill una cnily every one of the 4,000,000 service senbonrd at the silence and the sunlight? . . . men look out Insurance when they en- ""fw the ,tUnn,,c attacks on our . . . ." IhoiiMind-hav- e or Mibmnn.. times tered the service. Many Iirrorm (Continued next week.) let their policies lapse since the const Tliei' .'ontlnue.7 J" as armistice. The new ruling Is for the of rescue an.. ni""8,mlV w,u benefit .it these men. Under It war caslon required. The FRENCH TROOPS BEAT TURKS risk (term) Insurance, regardless of terles of the cruising cutt., c," how long It may have been lapsed or prised from two to four (VpomvJ Ottoman Irregulars Lose Heavily In canceled, nnd regardless of how long guns; these were generally replaced Hie former service inun may have been hr .augmented by Inrger guns of the Battle Near Marash, 8yrla French type to n Send or Much rapid-tirmay Le reinstated any discharged, maximum on n few of the vessels of time before July 1, 1020. Feb. 20. Heavy lossei London. this being considered the The conditions ure; four hnvo been Indicted by French troopt (1) Two monthly premiums on the heaviest battery nny of the cutters upon TurKisn irregular torcea neui amount of Insurance to ho reinstated could carry to advantage. Their Marash. vilayet of Afcppo, Syria, It must accompany the application. armament further Included tho usual was announced In the house of lordi (2) The applicant must be in ns outfit of small nrms, machine guns, by the carl of Crawford. or good health ns nt the dute of disnnd depth charges of the sizes, varying with tho nacharge, or nt the expiration of the Valparaiso (Ina.j Bank Closed. grace period, whichever Is the later ture of the duties to which they were SO. The Feb. Vulpnrulso. Ind.. date, and so state In the iippllcutlon. assigned. To the outfit of small anna "Because I Love You, and Would FolFanrirs' State bank wns closed on the hurbor cutters wus added In Offer Is Very Liberal. low You Anywhere." state examiners. The lust statement gun. Small n Tho new ruling Is a liberalization of most cuses . showed, December SI, resources, nrms were distributed to the coast he saw his features harden as they were dfpoilts 0f $700,487. wnr risk Insurance since the pussuge There curried on patrol by th had on that dreadful occasion which The lobar! bunk also was clrsed. of the Sweet bill, and Is designed for tutlons and surfman. 1 0 TO 1 1 ... 1 step-chil- udmlti-lstrntlo- u hnlf-slste- step-paren- 1 ... dlf.i-iilttos- ; . X tlui8u ... irtmi . l'or-eve- t1' e ( d JD30,-230- "Call ye upon Him while He is near." v. I Pago Four the ornoN March 4, im LOCAL PAGE NKWS OF HKRKA AND VICINITY, OATHRRKD VARIETY OF SOURCHS FROM A Union Church next Sunday morning nt eleven. Tho Thursday evening meeting will ho morgod In tho Collcgo Chapel service BCREA MAIL DELIVERY Mrs. I. L. Isaacs, of Winston, Ky. Scientific horse shoeing, lino iron Geneva Jackson is sick this week. work and repairs of all descriptions News has been received of tho Ill at the College Dlacksmith Shop, ness of Hoy C. Jackson, of MorcncI, Main Street, north of The Citizen Mich. Ho is son of Mr. and Mrs. ad J. II. Jackson, of Chestnut street. Omcc. Miss Musnlto Primrose, of Tulsa, James K. Hlllman, a former Dcrca Okla., has arrived to tako up her student, writes that he is now teach duties as trimmer for tho Jcnnio B. ing geography and clcmcnlary sci Fish Co. Miss Prlmroso has had school several years of experienco with 1'iico in the demonstration of Peahody College at Nashville, some of tho best milliner houses in Tenn. At tho samo lime, ho is Ihe west, whero her artistic ability taking some work in the collcgo and pleasing personality havo won and expects to recoivo his M.A. in for her an enviable reputation. C. M. Canflcld has established an June. Aulo-Libetween Bcrea and Utch John M. Haker, of Plaltsburg, Mo, is subscribing for The Citizen so mond. See bis "ad" in this paper that he may keep in touch with old for schedule of departure and ar friends in Herea and Wallacctown. rival. Mr. Maker was a student in Dcrca UNION CHURCH forty-fiv- e years ago. Miss Lillian Neal, of the Collcgo Ilev. Dr. Helms will preach In Department, has uccn spending sov-cr- al days at her home in Taylors-vill- e, Buy your Ky., while sho is recovering from an attack of flu. Mrs. Mary Evans, a former resident of Bcrea, was visiting in town last week. From Several boys of our local Y. M. C. A. attended tho Slato Y. M. A. conference held at Danville, last week, and report r piost profitable Corner Chestnut and Parkway and interesting time. BEREA, KY. Charley Baker loft at tho first of thn week for Dayton, 0., where ho We carry a full line of Pattern has employment. Hats from Cleveland, Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Ponder, who have Louis.vi'iic and Indianapolis. been living on Center street for envcral wtcks, havt roturned JLc We Give Yon the Best Style their farm near Slate Lick, From Each City Miss n;7pjn pnyno, of Iho College "Department, made a trip to FrankWE CARRY ONLY HATS fort last week to see her parents, who wcro spending the week- - nd ne Best Blacksmithing Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jackson visited llicir daughter and family, Mr. and Beginning March 1st Bcrea has city mall delivery. Tho carrier delivers mail to tho homes twlco each day. Berca Is now numbered among the cities. This Is n very great convenience for our citizens, ami especially Ihoso living In tho east end, as it is n long way from Main street to tho post ofllco. Tins delivery is permitted of tho great volume of business done by tho pcoplo of Bcrea thru tho local postofllco. so Individual Spring Fashions for WOMEN nnd MISSES GENEVA JOHNSON Our loss was Heaven's gain in tho passing away of little Genova John- Spring Hats Mrs. Laura Jones son, after an illness of a few days with pneumonia. Tho circumstances surrounding tho death of Geneva were pathetic; tho wholi family being seriously ill with tho influenza, wcro unablo to be near the Utile one when death occurcd. All was dono by nurses and doc-(o- rs that could bo, but God wanted, as the mother said, "tho flower" of the home. Geneva was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Johnson, was eight years of age. Sho leaves father. mother, three sisters and a brother to mourn the vacant placo in the home. RED CROSS NOTES This store is unquestionably foremost st)lt leadership. The models now being shown present the, verdict from xehich there Is no appeal. In Individual Tailored Suits Smart Frocks Afternoon Dresses cTWILLINERY Skirts, Blouses, Conts a there. at Covington, Miss Fannio Moyer, who teaches Ky., was called to Herea last week by the illness and death of her little niece, Hazel Dean. Be suro to take advantage of tho Auto-Lin- e. Find time table in this paper and cut it out. Save it for future reference. ficrca-Ilichmond Dr. J. M. Morris, of t- - Itohlnson Hospital, has rceijy been appoint, ed U. S. Public Health Doctor, ono tho qualifications for this work being that he served in tho late war. men, who havo gone longer than a year without applying for compensation or a Certificate of Disability will havo to writ The Bureau of War Risk Insuranco asking litem to authorizo their being examined by a U. S. doctor, before they can havo it dono at tho Government's expense Wo heard of interest aroused by We devote all our time and taltho report of tho Secretary that ents to the study of our business went out in letter form somo tlmo and we make A SPECIALTY OF ago, and wo havo been expecting a HATS. We fit your hat to your check from somo of our country own individual style and guaranmembers as ono expression of that tee satisfaction with every order. increased interest. They aro welWe have no dissatisfied customers come messages sinco tho need is great during the influenza epidemic. "We Sell Hab and Sell Then Right" One great help Red Cross Members can render is to look after tho We announce the arrival of JWiu JlCusetle' 'Primrose a milliner of exceptional ability whose service it has been our good fortune to engage for the Spring Season Jennie B. Fish Co. BEREA KENTUCKY Berea On the Map at Last Something the City Has Always Needed Berea-Richmon- d Auto Line Louisville, Paint Lick, (Glyndoa Hotel 7:15; L.&N. Depot 7:45) oondition of the houses thoy havo ing to recovery. Address 211 South 2nd street, Richmond, Ky. Tolo-phofor rent. 002. Ono of our greatest problems is housing conditions. Will you bo MISCELLANEOUS ono to make, a study of tho situa tion? Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. Model Press Shop. A erammar school teacher having asked for a short essay employing Mrs. Sallle Hall, Center street, will certain words ending with lion, ' a Like boarders by tho week. pupil handed in this .astonishing yours. Call at The Bank and see him there; Ho'll shako ymir hand and treat you ne square. soon as tho sun dries off tho ground Hcrndon will resume his "rambling round," And If a buyer alights In town," We'll "catch him" ero ho hits tho ground. We'll show your land and all the rest. And sell him what ho likes tho bcsL And If ho lacks a few round wheels. To close up big or smaller doals, Wo'll shake our rags and hlo and huck, And 'twixt us wo will cough urn up. So be your troubles great or small, firing them to us and tell us all. Wo'll show you homes anil give you choice, And when you've bought you will rejoice. A3 . Leaves Berea 11:30 a. m. Making connection with trains for Frankfort, Lancaster, Stanford, Irvine and Hazard. Straight Salary $35.00 per week conflagration; and baby's is a more and expenses to men or woman premonition "Presbyterian Stand with' rig to introduce Poultry Mixard. ture. production: "Father's hair is a recollection; mother's is an acquisition; sister's is an aggregation: brother's is We Clean White Kid Gloves. Model Press Shop. Leaves Richmond 7:45 p.m. Classified Advertisements WANTED Eureka Mfg. A Co., Kast St. Louis, III. After arrival of Maysville, Cincinnati and Louisville trains. This means that people of Berea can spend one-haday in Richmond and get back to Berea at 8:30 p. m. This means that you can spend the day in Lexington, leave Lexington at 5 p. m., go to Nicholasville on street car, leave Nicholasville on L. & N. for Richmond at 6:22 and get the Auto Line at Richmond lf TOR RENT bungalow on Elm street. Two hen peafowls. Mrs. W. 0 For particulars call on Theodore Moore, Paint Lick, Ky., n. F. D. Strunk, at Printing Ofllco between 2W-3- 8 1:00 and 6:00 p. m. ADMINISTRATOR'S K0TIC2 Lost A black Poll Angus cow, All persons indebted to William Richmond, Thursday morning, from $5.00 reward for information lead- - Powell, deceased, are hereby re- quested to make settlement with I mo on or before Maroh 12, 1M0. All persons who havo claims against William Powell are hereby, notified to present their claims to mo properly proven, as rcqured by j law, on or boforo Maroh 12, 1020, or samo will bo rejected. Jas. C. Bowman, Administrator. DEAN 4 RERNDON Real Estate Agents LOST Come on to Dean & Herndont at 7:22. This means you can spend the day in Cincinnati, get No. 39 at Fourth Street station at 2:55 P m. and come to Richmond at 7:40 and get the Auto Line to Berea. This means you can leave Louisville at 1:22 on No. 13 and come to Richmond at 7:22 and get the Auto Line home. Remember, No. 38, the noon train at Berea, north, gets to Richmond TOO late for connection with train for Irvine, Hazard, Lancaster and Stanford. Remember, if No. 38 is just a little late you cannot make connection for Nicholasville, Frankfort and Louisville, as No. 14 only waits a few mioutes. Remember, No. 31, the midnight train from Cincinnati which should arrive at Richmond at 12:19 is usually to 3 hours late. d The Auto Line has entire new equipment specially for this service, and POSITIVELY runs on the above schedule. 1 Berea-Richmon- W. F. KIDD Real Estate Hhnnp KX Rra Kv For Rent About 35 to 40 acres of land for com and tobacco, cottage house, tobacco barn. Possession any day. Call on Fare, $1.25 each way; $2.00 round trip People of Kingston can also be accommodated on the same line. Will arrive at Kingston from 11:50 to 12:10. Fare, 65c each way; $1.00 round trip. This Store has the Agency for NETTLETON SHOES A make known thru-othe world for its true worth. ut Don't look loo longl Wo still havo a few farms that wo could deliver, if sold In tho next few days. After! then wo will soli to givo possession January 1, 1021. fiut now is a good timo to come and list your property. If you want to ohango tho prico or terms that you havo given us, call at The Bank and let us make tho changes as we want to roviso our old lists after March 1st. Hcrndon Is Just up from tho flu, Was irotly slckl 'twixt mo and you; fiut you can "bet your life," by Hob, Ho's up now and back on his Job. So come on now and list your land. Wo'll sell it this spring If wo can; fiut if wo do not placo it all, Wo'll find a buyer by noxt fall. J. W. HERNDON Berea, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S C. M. Canfield & Co. Managers J.M.Coyle&Co. Berea, Ky. Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND John Dean's still doing "financial chores" Ho'll lend you monoy, or borrow Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. "The Son of Man came not to call the righteous but sinners to repentance." March I, 1020. THE CITIZEN HAZEL MARGARET DEAN Ono of the chief attractions of Jackson Street Is Its children who nro lo be found In so many of Its Pftfo fir The Largest Exclusive Ladies9 Ready-to-WeStore in Madison County ar "The Empress" garments arc built on quality and A wonderworkmanship. ful showing of Suits in latA est style and colors. specialty of extra sizes. The "Fitrite" Petticoat is the best on the market. We have it in all the pretty spring colors, and a run of extra sizes. Our Hats are exquisite in style com- bined with smartness. Visit our Millinery Department. Our Store is complete in Everything Ready to Wear, Waists,Skirts, Corsets, Underwear, Hose Middies, & Middy Suits, Etc. The new "Sport Coat" is the leading garment of the season. We have it in all styles, colors, and prices. homes. They arc a blessing and a dellghl not only lo those home but lo other homes as well. Wo love lo hear their happy voices and Joyous laughler In tho early morning and al oilier times as they pass our homes in groups; wo lovo to hear Iho rumble of Ihcir little wagons and the roller skates on tho sidewalk; nnd especially wo lovo to meet them and gel, their happy greeting nnd sec the smiles that nro always ready for us if our own 'ares show Mint wo ani lo so-- ! them. What would Jackson Street he without its children! And now ono of tho dear little girls has left us. Hazel Dean, who died last week, was a very affectionate child, full of sunshino on tho street, in the school and in tho home. It was always a delight lo meet her with her brother who was her constant companion, and, by smiling upon her, call forth that sweet smile that was ever ready and seemed to say, "what a lovely world this is and how happy it is to bo alivel" And when wo looked upon the dear faco in tho casket Iheolher day, that same sweet smile was still (hero and seemed to tell us thero was another world even heller than this and that it was still n happy thing to bo alive in Surely, "of such is that world. the kingdom of heaven." Wo deeply sympathizo with tho bereaved piirenU, nnd rejoice with them for having had tho happy litllo one in their homo for seven years, anil in tho sweet memory of that lifo Dial will go with them in tho futuro years and will never lose its sweetness. Your Banking Problems Nowadays, the banking problems of almost every person are both more num- erous and more complicated than formerly and, therefore, call for the most efficient service and helpful on the part of the banker. As a member of the Federal Reserve System with its nation-wid- e connections and enormous resource of nearly SIX BILLION DOLLARS, we are in a posiin handtion to furnish you ling your banking problems that will enable you to make the most of your money and to know that whatever problems may arise, you have at your command prompt and friendly service to meet them. The success of our thirteen years of service to the people of Berea and Madison County is best evidenced by the steady growth which has characterized this institution since organization. Berea National Bank JOHN W. WELCH, Presided JOHN L. GAY, Caikkr (Ofcklaaa) OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY RETORT RETURNS OF FROM 18 TO 28 MILES FROM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM 8.000 TO 12.000 MILES ON TIRES a. h. f. The Children Up In Heaven "Oh what do you think tho angels say?" Said the children up in heaven; "There's a dear little girl coming homo y; You are cordially invited to attend the Spring Opening, A visit to Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March our store will be appreciated. She's almost ready to fly away From the carlh wc used to live in, Let's go and open the gates of pearl, Open them wide for tho new little girl. Fly wilh her quick, O angels dear." Said the children up in heaven: 'See she is coming! Look there! Look Al the Trade with us MrS. Eva la right Walddl MUSICAL there I jasper light on her sunny tho swift . We'll both make money . hair Where the veiling clouds arc riven! Ah, hush, hush, hush, all wtaga-furll THIS OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX IS POWKRED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE . , The Citizen A family AN EXTRAORDINARY TREAT Newtpapcr (or all that true, and Interacting rubiukad t?rr ThurwUr t llw. Kr. CO. Editor BJREA PUBLISHING (facarpMkiid) WM. C FROST. EdiUeJa-ChJ. O. LEHMAN. M.w Jules Folk, U10 greatest violinist today, will givo a concert in U10 Gollego Chapel on Friday evening, March 12, at 7:30. Mr. Falk was a pupil of Eysayc, (ho great Polish violinist. Ho plays a genuine Slradavarlus violin, valuod at 110,000. Ho carries 5O,O00 surance on his hands. Twloo inbe- Subtcrlption Ratal PAYABLE IN ADVANCE On Year . . Biz Months . Thn tlMitfci . I1.M Send moor kr rotfflc or Exprna Montr Order. Draft, tochurad Utter, or ona and two Tba daw atur your nam on labal ahowa to whatdaurour luWriptlun U paid. If It I. not thanaol within thra wrki after rnwalnoUfr Mlulns nombrn wlU ba aladlr iuppllad If wa ara Datifiad. Literal ttrmi (torn ta an who obtain now for us. Anjr ona wndlrar ui four yeajly AdrrrtlilniraUtpn application. fore ho ha9 appeared beforo audiences. Besides his own accompanist he brings with him ono of tho world's prima donnas. miles Any ono within twenty-fiv- e, of Berea should .hear this great concert. Admission to students will ho 15 conts, to citizens ami workers 25 cents. Tickets for sale Storo, Drug Stores, and at Co-Bc-rcop student distributors. Aim s x-,- ITaWH flrchiri ,m CLASS oarer;more lasting,,more beautiful and less costly Companies classify Carey INSURANCE and safer roofing, and permit correspondingly low rates. 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. non-warping, non-cracking STEPHENS & MUNCY Phone-D- ay 113 Night 138 BEREA, KY. Yards L. A. N. Depot hear ings when, Wednesday night of last week, they entertained, in a most enjoyablo mannor, their husbands and a few friends, at tho hospitable home of thoir member, Mrs. L. C. Adams, on Doono street. This occasion is an annual num ber on tho program of tho club;n,i for this year was styled ft Gcorgo and Martha Washington ji7iy. if wo may bo permUt' a niUo slang, wo will somo of tho costumes 01 tho ovening woro "certainly stunning." It was hard to tell which of tho Georges wcro entitled to tho bluo ribbon. Prof. Matheny certainly ran strong for first placo, but ho was given a handicap when it leaked out that U10 girls of tho Academy Department of tho College dressed him up. Prof. Shutt lost out when ho mado tho remark thai ho felt as big n fool as ho looked. E. L. Roberts mado a good race, his prominonl fealuro being tho buckles on his shoes. A. L. Scruggs and Klcmming Griffith mado a good showing, but wero too modcst.(?) Flamming, howover, is to bo excused by the fact that ho was tin only unmarried man present, and was out of luck otherwise Ho was substituting for Gcorgo Dick, who was suddenly called from town, and In getting tho coslumo hastily, overlooked tho customary whllo stockings, so that it was rather embarrassing when ho had to appeal to sovoral of his lady friends to supply tho missing articles. It would bo beyond us to describe tho costumes somo of tho ladies woro for tho occasion. Wo havo hoard of no report from any of tho ladies present boing afflicted with soro throat or rheumatism con- traded from exposure that ovonlng. Tho ladies on tho entertainment commllteo nro certainly lo bo congratulated, for tho evening was full of enjoyment from beginning lo ond As Is generally tho caso. tho host is saved until tho last, 'and tho re- freshmont commllteo certainly did not sparo any pains or oxpenso in furnishing so many delicious things to eat and tho mannor in which they wcro served. It was near midnight boforo tho last of tho Georges and Marthas wished Mr. and Mrs. Adams I PROGRESS CLUB ENTERTAINS pearl As usual tho members of tho Is taking her hand dear, tired littlo Progress Club mado quite a success girl, of another of thoir many undertakAnd leading her into heaven." For tho King himself, at tho gales of OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American formers, lVdue, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this Even in those ous and economical service. districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities are lew and far betweeen, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, it isa comfortuninterruptedly, 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 (Selected) The Reaper callei and bor" awayt on Thursd- -( February 19th, Aunt So,vlTia Johnson, of Moorcs Creek; aged 73 yearcs and 2 days. She was tho widow of tho lalo CapL W. B. Johnson, of Civil War fame, the beautiful and sacrificing mother of nine children, eight of whom survivo her. Sho was a true Christian, living an ideal life. Sho was a member of tho Daplisl Church for over fifty years. Her lifo will over bo an examplo or courago and devotion to thoso who knew her best, and tho smile that played on Grandma's faco left tho sweet assuranco with family and friends that the Savior's hand had piloted her soul on its flight to a rich reward. Her remains wcro laid to rest in (ho Johnson graveyard, near her M. D. J. home. CARD THE well-mad- MRS. SERENA JOHNSOJJ com-peteiitl- y, easy-ridin- g; TouKiwo Cab and Roamtm 1075 F.Q.& Pontuc. Mich. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 OF THANKS Wo wish (0 thank our friends and neighbors for tho a9slstanco rendered during tho sickness and dcatli of our sweet littlo daughter, Hazel. Tho many acts of sympathy and kindness helped us more than wo can express. In a limo of. trial such as ours ono needs so much assistance. It seems that tho experience will niako us just a littlo moro noighborly and sympathetic. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F. Dean WORLD NEWS (Contlnutd tram ooal THE NEW DISC BOWL of the J UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATOR "Best ever seen for skimming clean," Has been perfected and so simplified in construction that it is the easiest to care for and is unsurpassed in skimming qualities. Bowl spindle is detached. Discs are exactly alike, unnumbered and therefore interchangeable such a way as to benefit by tho same. Ho will bo given a hearing ind in enso ho proves innocent of tho charges may resume his offlco Tho first woman to hold a sontln the English Houso of Commons, Lady Astor, recently mado her maiden sneech. Sho advocates the restriction on linjuor felling and reeoived a most respectful hearing, Sho is not urging prohibition for England, but bolievcs that women and children aro suffering from tho conditions as they havo oxistcd. It is (0 bo remembered that Lady Astor is an American lady by birth, coming from a prominent Virginia family. ft A patented transfer device for easy handling and washing of the discs and twosimple tools for opening and closing the bowl are labor savers The cream regulating device is easily adjusted for any desired density of cream. You are invited to a free demonstration of the superior points found in the New United State Disc Bowl Separator. Come and Sea Actional pcrfi-cU'- view of the 209 Due Bowl. R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky "What shall this man do?" said Peter. "What is that to thee, follow thou me," taid Jesus. 1'ngo Six THE CITIZEN March 4, 102a BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS Good Preparation for Life. OPEN TO YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Cost Exceedingly Low THE GREATEST $150 SCHOOL IN AMERICA Any ambitious boy or girl In the mountains can go through Dcrca College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for $160 a year. As each ."Indent Is required to do somo work, tho abovo amount Is reduced by Ihe nmount of work performed. A student with energy and relia- A Course for Everybody I, II. III. IV. V. VI. The crown of the wliolo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with Slnto iNormals, and graduates nro given Slate certificates, courses. Six-ye- ar course beyond the and common branches for degree of H. I'cd. ACADEMY The Preparatory course of four years is tho straight road to College. Tho English course of two years is designed for Ihoso who do not expect to leach nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subHricklaying, Carpentry, jects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Printing, Hlacksmithing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, and Stenography. in education tho common FOUNDATION SCHOOL Genoral branches for studenls 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, Hand, and Orchestra. A fine opportunity L. becomo a good musician at a very low cost. COLLEGIATE I 1, bility can greatly rcduco tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his cntlro expenses. PAYMENT MUST HE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fco Itooin Hoard, Six Weeks rn hots (0.00 COO rnn hihiji W.00 G.50 15.00 10.50 Amount duo March SI, 1020 Hoard, flvo weeks, duo May I, (28.00 1020. 13.75 $20.50 12X0 Total for Term $39.00 $11.75 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $t from abovo incidental fee. For Collego sludonti add f I. Every student must send FOUR DOLIARS DEPOSIT in advance, othcrwiso room will not bo reserved. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship aro from 50 cents to (I a week extra. Music- is also from 50 cents to f I a wcok extra. - Now is the time to make preparation for 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 Uerea. Write for a Catalogue and book of Chief Regulations, to the or Inr the regular school year beginning September 15 Applicants mint bring or send a teitlmoiif.il The tuc of tobacco is trutly forbidden, and there are othrr regulations whicli voU should know about College Secretary, MARSHAJL . VAUGHN, Bcren, Kentucky. i two. .Make h ilrvwiliiu of vnry onbui iilt. pepper, summer re. and moisten with water Sprnl the dressing on the split side of 'he meat, remembering that II swell with cooking. Place n second tenderloin oter the dreanliu:. Sew" the edgesj (ih gether with ouire thread. Place In a buttered an with a ropfnl of hot water. I take In a modern tely hot oven for of an lnur. lowering the b,al after Ihe first twenty minutes. I'll! H few- bits of butter In Ihe. and baste frequently. One tenderloin may he used for a small family. Pork Tenderloin French Style-W- ipe the tenderloin carefully and with n sligrp knife cut Into slices about nn Inch thick arms the tenderloin. Hound the pointed ends iif ench and Mund each piece to llsllen It. S'enson with salt. peKjer and mil In Hour. Have rendy smoking hot fat. Dmp In the meat and turn at once In order to form a crust on both sides. Continue cooking at a lower temperature and cook for twenty minutes. I'our off the fat. except two 111 hr.-m11 three-quarter - MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special BLACK LOCUST RECOMMENDED FOR W00DL0T TliF KIlCMFiN Sua Investigator PRUNING AND SPRAYING CABINET M The time is at hand for all farmers who own fruit trees to prune and spray. March Is one of tho bc3t Pruning months to do tho work. should be done before spraying, in order to save spraying material. Pruno out all dead, broken, crossed and injured wood. Thick bushy sections should bo thinned out so as to lot sunlight in and plenty of air for circulation during tho thick foliago period. Our quality and quantity of fruit depends on tho care of our trees and' vines. Sinco San Joso Scalo is rag- -' ing at a rapid rato in this section I would advise all farmers who have a few or many fruit trees or grapo vines to spray during March witli a solution. Liquid form, 1 gallon to 8 gallons hmc-sulphur used, make it pound to 15 gallon? of water. Apply just as bloom falls. 1 THE DELICIOUS PRUNE. tlv rtample and not by prwtint Br a and not bv irif aatna There UMl to lb contagion n.i f!ii.ilin or r - Vthaleter we siiw. that ahall tti- - .iImo rrap and each thing auwn I r or lis kind -- lUlph Waldo d, 10 For Second Hatch of Codling Moth Samo spray as above, applied two weeks later. For Hitter Hot, Sooty Fungus, Black not, Etc. Same as for Codling Moth. Applied about August 1. In caso arscnato of lead paste is used, 3 lbs. should bo used instead of IVt lbs. If you don't know what your trees need or what insect or disease is working on them, use tho first and last Spray mentioned. All orchards need these two applications. Every farmer should own a spray pump. It should be used often in his garden and potato patch. The spray pump is not to bo used for orchard and grapo vines and sot away but should be kept in good running order and well loaded with arsenate of lead or pari3 green for potato bugs when first discovered and this is just as tho potato pcep3 through tho ground. Tho bug is generally waiting for the potato. Tho melon vines and cucumber vines need spraying also. County Agricultural Agent., Berca, Ky. In Tie primes hnve stlch n bur-diof tbxrcpiili' to lioar. Is lanrelv on n an- - 11111 of tilt- yi-n- rurrtiM iiniiitier. In tlmt the aversift1 lin tluMii. rtnik Now int, of water. Powder form, 1 pound to 4 gallons of water. it that the trees or vines aro thoroughly saturated with lh3 spray. Sco to DIack P- - Locust Plantation, Treei Five Yean Old. If San Jose Scalo is already pres- ent it would be wiso to spray twic.2 this spring, oncof ir. rrlarcji and GnGS lime-sulphur before April 5. This spray solution of not only controls San Joso Scale, but many other insects and diseases. Do not spray when its freezing weather. Spray Schedule for Apples MORE AND BETTER POULTRY For San Joso Scalo Tho Berca Rhodo Island Red 1 gallon commercial Poultry Association met Saturday 8 gallons of water, or at Borea and elected tho following 1 pound of powder form officers: 4 gallons of water. Prosident, Mrs. R. C. Coomer, SpeedApply before buds open or growth well Ky. starts. Vico President, Mrs. Luther Todd, Coylc, Ky. For Codling Moth Socrolary-TrcasurR. F. Spence, 1 gallon commercial Uerea, Ky. 30 gallons of water and 1 lbs. of Assistant Seorotary, Mrs. John L. arsonato of lead. Green, Berca, Ky., Routo 1. Is Divisional Secretaries, If powder form S. P. Caudill, ML Vernon, Ky., R. I. Mrs. M. M. Robinson, Berca, Ky. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Mrs. J. II . Gentry, Speedwell, Ky. May and Grain. Tho Association discussed tho Corn No. 2 white $1.G11.02, No. 2 yellow $l.B7Gl.r9, No. 3 yellow $1.53 ways and mcan3 of promoting moro 01.53, No. 2 mixed $1.571.5S, No. 3 and bolter poultry for Eastern Kenmixed $1.6201.5!, white ear 51.630 tucky. Sinco this Association J.55, yollow oar $1.550'1.57. in painting Eastern Kentucky . Sound Hay Timothy per ton $31 "Red," they set tho prices of egg 80, clovor mixed $32.5030.23, clover f,. ' I ui nuiiiiiiig n. inujiuaua iuw uiiuuii (ft 33. $34 so that evorybody could raiso pureOats No. 2 white D214C03, No. 3 bred Rhodo Island Reds and help whlto lK2C92c, No. 2 mixed 01 standardize and paint Eastern Ken02c, No. 3 mixed 0014S01V4& tucky "Red." Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Prices Buttor Whole milk creamery extras $1.50 CO'Sc, firsts 0!c, seconds 01 He, fnncy One sotting dairy 53c. Two soilings 2.75 Eggs Kxtra firsts 53c, firsts 50c, 4.00 In lots of 50 firsts 40c. 7.00 In lots of 100 I.lvo Poultry Fowls 4A lbs and Special pens of pedigrco stock, over .'lOVie, under 1& lbs 3UV4c. roostper sotting 3.00 ers 22e, ducks, while, 4 lbs und over, 05e, hen turkeys, 8 lbs und over 33c. Wo should raiso moro poultry Live Stock. this year for several reasons, two Cattle Steers, Kood to choice $11 of which aro for moro meat and $12.50, fair to good $'JJll, common moro eggs. On each farm our flocks to fair $050; heifers, good to choice $9.5O011.5O, fulr to good $809.50, could bo increased 50 per cent and' common to fulr $08; cows, good to not bo too big a flock for tho aver-- 1 choice $809.50. fulr to good $0.50j!8. ago farmer. It is not so cxpenslvo' cunncrs stock steers $0.50 to raiso tho chickens in the spring 010.50, block heifers $0.5008.50. and summer as it is to feed tho Culves Oood to choice $1920, fnlr through tho winter. to good $14019, coiuuiou and large $0013. This boing truo wo should raise heavy Hogs Selected shipper many In the spring and summer and $14.23015, Kood to choice puckers and cull them in tho fall for egg produJ butchers $15015.23, medium $15,230 ocrs, and sell tho slackors so as to 15.50, common to choice lieuvy fat sows $9011.50, light shippers $10X0, gel rid of boarding them in tho I winter. pigs (110 lbs uud less) $10014. limo-sulphlime-sulphur, cr, lime-sulphlime-sulphur bo-lic- pared by the I'nlted Statu Department of Agriculture ) Itlack locmt known nlso ns "yellow" locust Is one of the most profitable tint useful kinds of timber the fnrni. The Wood Is heavy, linril, find particularly durable when. used In the ground. For use ns fence pi"lM, black locust Is nntl very desirable. Only one other wood gives longer service, namely, osuge orange or "hols fr long-live- d Black Locust Utilizing Rocky Places on Farm Are Indications of Good Farm Management. d'nrc," which, however, nowhere occurs In abundunce hhU Is so bunt that Ilorer." It Is dltllcult to drive staples Into It exKlrunEe as It may appear, black cept when It Is green. locust, although 0110 of the most durable woods when set In the ground, Locust Grows Rapidly. Dlock locust grows rapidly and matures early und deteriorates In the yields fence posts at an age tree rapidly If not cut when ripe. Com of from fourteen to twenty years, ac- inerclnlly the tree Is usually mature In cording to the forest service. A worn- - 15 to 25 years. good-size- out field In middle Tennessee which. 20 years previously, line! been planted with locust seedlings, yielded fence posts worth $1SS an acre on the stump, or $4S0 at the railroad about two miles distant. This was n gross return of $9.40 mi ncre yearly on n hillside of fnlrly good soli which the trees were set out hsd started to gully badly. Itettirns of $5 to $7 ncre annually hnve frequently been realized 011 poor, thin hill hind. Good soils underbill with limestone and planted to black locust In the Appalachian und Piedmont regions, from 1'ennsylvniiln to Kentucky ami Tennessee, can be counted 011 to yield an average of $10 tin acre yearly the end of from 15 to 20 years. The ma mi fs dure of Insulator pins requires large amounts of bbicfc locust, for which puriHtse It Is the most satisfactory wood. Starting DIack Locust In starting black locust, small sprouts with a portion of tho root may ; "r better, tho be iIuk up "ml seed may he sown In the spring In drills In good soil, like onion seed. At the end of the sen son the seedlings will be from two to four feet In height and satisfactory In sire for setting out. This may be done In the lute full, but the sprliiB season, about the time growth starts. Is preferable. In some regions the locust wood borer Is almost certain to cause extensive dam-agto young plantations unless special precautions are taken to keep the trees In a healthy growing condition and the bark shaded by foliage, either trees, shrubs, or weeds. from nenr-bInformation on this Insect and methods of Its control will he found In United States Department of Agriculture 787, "Protection From the Uicust d he-fo-re 11 11 11 1 (d o y Hul-letl- $l5; BUYING SMALL FARM TOOLS Any farmer or farmer's wife, or boy or girl desiring information on Time and Money Can Be Saved by poultry raising of any breed, writo Making Purchase on One Order-G- ive to tho County Agent. For Rookcas-tl- o Systematic Care. and Madison, write to County (Prepared by the United States DepartAgent, Derea, Ky. ment of Agriculture.) J ' If possible all small tools for the Fill the churn only Imlf full and farm should be purchased on one oryou will hnve better churning rewlta. der. This will save time and, usually, exmoney. Also, It will entail It la becoming more evident dally penditure sufficiently large to total Impress that a herd of cows on the farm offers with the Importance of the owner an opportunity to Increase the farmer and at the same time main- ytvlug systematic car to his aaaaU till profits, Is. tain the fertility of hla soil while I hey are mining up In price, ll.ey are lietler nipris-lHtTin-- lung siwklng sml sl.v t Av,y-i- S which our modem uieiliiMls of cuokpry advocates, bus prmcn (lint silrtt trout-eti- t Add three tnhlewinfuls brings nut the flssrnr hihI imih'I-ne-- s of flour and a little salt. As aoon ns of the fruit. A rml prune lover the Hour Is n golden brown, mid milk vies no sugnr m the fruit ns It and stir vtgorouW.v to koep t(ie gravy mine hut Its own swoeluew. smooth. Add milk Hiitil the crnvy Is Prune Wh p Parfalt Tke onliiilf a trtlle thin, gossan to id siur enpful of steweil prunes, stomal and around the ment. f cupful of rwlslns maheil. seeded mid slinmerisl In water to softSEASONABLE COOD THINGS. en, pinch of salt, eight nwrshmallows. cut up In half cupful of rrenui and Our tlieunhti itttefinlMe ur acta and steamed In a double boiler until soft, therefore our II wi. well at the Inthen ben ten until smootli. Into the fluence of our it all ui iniirshmnllou mixture whip the other ua, either by nay of Kood or by May of hindrance, nllli abaolule irevlaluii. Ingredients and set the dish on Ice to lUlph Waldo Trine chill. When ready to serve. heHt In small sherbet cnis, pour over thick At this season sweetmeats are very crutim ami sprinkle with pecan meats popular. The following Is uIhiIcsoiiio broken In hits. and not hun! to ireire: Prune Patties. Take n half cupful Nut, Date and Chocoof stewed, stoned nntl mnhpd primes, late Sweetmeat Heat one egg yolk, nild a pinch of salt, a four tahlcspoonfula of bit of nutmeg. suBnr to taste, u hutu-or maple simp to of Dour nnil a half cupful the boiling point ; ndil of sweet milk. Mix and pour Into pasth If a ponnd of the ry lined putty tins. Itake until a light illpfflng sllghlly sweet brown; then sprfail the (ops with a cliocohite and let stand meringue, using the white of egg best-eover hot water until the stiff wlih two tabluspooufuls of chocolate Is soft; add siienr. Ilnmn. one iMrkage of dates, Prune Roll. Take one tnhlesponnful cul from the seed in siuhII eeu of grapefruit Jtllce, one tahlespoonfil! pieces, half n cupful of blanched als of sugur, one touioonful of Hour, monds, cut In shn da and one teaspoon-fil- l of n cupful of mnshed prunes, of vanilla. .Mix well with a woodof n cupful of seeded raisins. en spoon to blend thoroughly. Have Cover tho raisins with half cupful ready some biscuit tins or a lirjrk mold of water and simmer half an hour. To lined with sirehnienl paper. Press the the prunes add the sugar and fruit mixture Into the mold ami cover wllh Julro, n pinch of salt and the Hour (taper, then lay on n weight. Let stand inlxisl with a little cold water. Put In six hours to ripen. the raisins ami cimk the mixture unFruit Cup, Por live classes tnke til It thickens alwiut three minutes. one orange, three bananas. Iialf a packSpread on biscuit dough that has been age of dates, one cupful of while rolled very thin, fold find pro the grapes, meneurcd after they are edges together and Imke. ' with skinned, rut In halves and seeded, VI cream. pistachio nuts. Hie Juice of half a lemon s and of n cupful of creuin. POODS. Itemove nil the peeling uud membrane from the orange, separate Into seci. GihI'i great It evrr tions and cut each In halves crossmid If we dn mlt liesl It rail It will send ua In bills that will call wise. I'eel the baunnn. scrape to refor lieuvy und luiiietlinea frightful setmove the threads, cut In thin, even tlements. slices nnd sipieeze over them the Juice During the winter months In tho of half a lemon. I'our boiling water northern stnies fmrk and other fut over the dales, drain and place on n meats nro com dish to dry In n hot oven, then remove monly served, ns the pits and cut In sections. Mix all In cool ttcnllier tho fruit together, then dispose In the body Is more glasses, pouring the fruit sirup over active, burns up It. Whip tho cream rmj pipe It above more fuel and Is the fruit ; serve very cold. Cheese Salad. Prune and able to digestr Soak choice Cottage over night; cook prunes heavy mid heurt-leuntil tender. When cold cut open, foods. Split the remove the stones, and cut the prune In Drolled Pork Tenderloin. Press cottage tenderloin In two und broil under the smooth even pieces. gas (lame or over con Is. Have the bin I cheese for an hour or longer, then cut cubes. For each serving Intense at first ml sear the meat on In both sides to hold the Juices. Reduce bent two tahlespnonfuls of thick prune the heat und when tho meat Is puffed Juice, a tenspoonful ench of lemon uud nicely brown remove to a hot Julco nnd sugar or honey and two platter. Season with suit, pepper und tnhlrspoonfuls of olive oil until thick. Place a layer of the prunes on lettuce hits of butter. Select heurts, the cheese above. I'our over 6tuffed Pork Tenderloin. tnedluin-slzctenderloins, wipe with a the dressing and serve ut once. soft cloth dipped In cold uater, Split the meat lengthwise, making a slight Incision with u sharp knife, then pulling the muscle until It Is almost split l mie-lml11 alit n two-third- one-thir- d 11 three-fourth- mil-tni- htilf-luc- 11 ''Let th wicked forsake hit way and the unrighteous man his thoughts." March 4, 1020. THE CITIZEN Page Sevea mriovcD imiroRH international SIDATSOIOOL Illy or KhKlmli lliui in Hit Wood or (. Intuitu I (CopirrUIH, III! w..rn Union) lllbl Kentucky Public School Legislation A Staggering People By Prof. Chas. D. Lewis II wns said by many who woro ncqimlnlcd with tho situation lhat tho present I.cglslnltiro would bo known as "Tho Educational Assembly," and so fnr It seems lo bo living up to expectations. II Is proper lhat II should, for Ihcro Is no greater need at tho present llmo than for a public school system lhat will givo lo ovory child In tho slalo lhat which is lis right, ns good an ele mentary education ns Is offered lo nny child In America, and an open door lo a high school of high efficiency, fully ailnplcd lo Its needs. Kdiicational discussions figured largely in tho campaign, and it Is only what the people had a right lo expect that the legislators should devnlo much of their tlmo and thought (o theso most vital problems. Wo must remember, howovcr, that It I? not only tho I.cgislaluro that is responding to this popular for school betterment. Tho entlro Slalo Administration seems aware that tho people of tho slalo who put II In powr? and remember it was the people of the State, nnd not the members of ono poli-ie- al party expert it lo stand behind Mm school program lhat their educational leaders have carefully worked out and presented for adoption. Let nil thinking and patriotic citizens rejoice nnd bo thankful that this great social business is receiving a fair and broad-mindconsideration from all men, regardless of party affiliations and personal considerations. I)ut tho baltlo will only bo commenced when tho statutes which arc being enacted becomo laws. Many radical changes aro being made, and il is of tho greatest importanco that the" people of tho slato bo fully enlightened in regard lo tho new duties lhat arc imposed upon them, ami the added responsibility thai each must share, If theso new laws nr(. to bring tho fruit which they should. It is wiso that the educational leaders over tho slalo bu allowed to formulato all laws relating to lh0 details of educational organization and administration, but they must over keep in mind that It Is llioir duly, also, to fully inform tho masses of tho people as lo their duties and responsibilities in tho mat tor. Good laws in a Democracy aro not $iifllcjcnt. Wp. must have a citizenship fully allvo to its responsibility, and prepared lo meet it. That tho readers of this paper may loam at tho earliest possiblo moment tho essential features of tho new laws which aro being enacted, tliis artiulc, and tho onea which will follow, arc being written. do-mn- ml ed 1lir liiitilutr lll.V Lesson iii.ll, i i riiMi U. D., grrury Ily ItKV.J.H.KALSTON, D. U ol Curipunilnc lipt, lluodr Illtil InitltuK, Chlciso LESSON FOR MARCH 14 THEUNVEILINQ OF JESUS CHRIST TO JOHN ON THE ISLE OF PAT-MO- They are drunken, lint not TKXT. with wine; they slnsaer, hut not with ttionic drink. Un. 73 J. In the text of n condition nnd context we rend lu the days if Inlnh or shortly there-f t e r. Most of thoe who were guiding public opinion were speaking worth of conlldeiice, nssur-Inpeople the Hint nothing direful wns nlicuil; while n very few, I'nlthful prophets, ns tsalnh, such n g I.KHHON TKXT-lt- ev (.Dl. KKN TI.XT Jciua PlitlM the mm yrilrrilay, biiJ tinlny. ami forever.-IUti I. Itrv J a I'ltlMAItV TOPIU-Jni- ua to Air John nn a t.inr-lUlnnl. TUIMC-Wl- ml Jt'.NIOIt John Uiiw urn! HmrU nn I'ntmoi INTBUMKlJlATK AND HKNIOIt TOPIC A VUlun of llir (llorlrto.) rtirnrt YOfNCJ I'ICOPl.K AKI ADl'LT TOI'lf -- The CJIorln Christ III Center of the Hook. II. . ADDITIONAL MATKItlAI-Jo- hn . Tin' next two tenuous nro from the Itcvclntlon, the honk which cniititlux Christ' lint inosHKc to man. Tho nnllinr In John the ApoMlc, the win of Zcbrdce. Tin' hook wns written from were truthfully telling the people I'ntnioi, n small rocky Mnnd in the Aegean cii. nhyul (Ml A. I. that there Is slmllnr staggering In our T. The Introduction (vv. Iny? 1. Tin- - till.' of the hook (v. I) What Is slnble nowadays? Witness "The Hctclntlnn (l?uolllng) of .loxiu the uncertainty, unrest, agitation, sot'lirlt." Thin iIim'h not iiit'Hii the malt- cial confusion. The holiday season ing known to Jowii ChrNt mhiic selhat bus Just pnsM'd has b en one of cret, hut the urn riling of hN pernn. the most remarkable In the history of The rowlatloi. of JentH Christ, then, the country a period of wild extravrefer to Ills irroiml appearing In agance. Indeed, of delirium, with nn glory to Judge the world nml o.luhllh utter tllsrogtird to (5od and religion, hl kingdom. The wonl Apocalypse, mid to eeii the commonplaces of morsljtnille. ac- ality. The contentions In Industrial trumdHted Itereliitlnn, cording to New Testament tiengc, the life nre more bitter thnn ever. One unveiling of n pcrnu (II The. 1 :(5-- strike follows another In rapid sucf the 10; I Peter 1:7). The then cession. In the moral sphere we find hook l ClirNt'n second coming, hi that there la nn Increase In "rofan-Ity- , perxonnl. visible appearance In glory ileecrntlon of the Lord's day (vv. 1. 7. 10). and sensuality nil of this notwith2. To whom iiimle ktniHii (vv. 1, 2). standing the formol destruction of the To Ills nervant, John, to nIhiw unto Ibpior tralllc. As n rule churches nre Jiwum' hervMiilN ttiliiK which mint empty or sparsely nttemled, or, where (.Until) come to the congregations nre large, the peo.1. Itcnerilcllon for thoe who rHil. ple are attracd-to them for the same of the reason that they nttend the "movies" hoar, and keep the hook (v. It). eiilerlHlmiM'iit ; there being, of Orweo course, some exceptions. II. The Salutation (vv. Orthodox nml Pence. churches fraternize freely with liber1. Ti I ecnuse The whom (v. I). al nnd skeptical churches, they are not sulllclently consecrated churches In AkIh. Theo were churcho then exlotlnic In AhIii to maintain the truth at sacrifice to Minor. themselves, yet fear to give lip all Pmm whom (v. 4). (1) Prom forms of religion. The world Is tmil Is to come; him which wa. anil wJiyT (2) from the wven spirits which are Men Are Blind. hefore the thmne (v. I). Ity the sev-eThe first of the reasons for similar (HltitH Is meant the Holy Spirit In conditions In lHrtu'1 assigned In our hi sevenfold plenituile. context Is that the people were blind. III. The Vision of Qlory (vv. They did not They had so per1. Til sevenfold lnnipUinils (v. 1?) or cmidfswtlcliM. arc sistently declined to see, Hint Ood bad Tlietot Die seven churches (v. 20). The taken away from them the power to see. The blindness of today Is chiefchurches nre presented under this ly spiritual. Men will not look nt the ro Itrcaitgp they Mre the truth. Many, In Christian churches toIn this tline of the world's ilHrknes. 'J. The Son of Man In the midst of day nre not Informed on what Is In the Wide, simply because they will not (vv. the The shows us Christ In the mltlst of open their eyes to see. They have the chnrrlww, Indicating thnt flie been tnught to believe certain things, church only gives forth llcht when and when anything different Is presented, their prejudice prevents Investiga ChrUt Is innile the central II cure. (1) Clothed with n garment down tion. While declining to go over to to Hm foot (v. IS). This Is n rohe of the ranks of the rejectors of the truth royalty as well of the (if lest (see openly, they withdraw from active Christian Into Is. :M). Nnd sinnittw his right to .of the v.ork ami sink world. the mass Judge ami to rule, ns well hs to offer Man says, "I nm not learned." Is It sacrllW. true that today we have n condition (2) Head ii lid hair white ns (v. M; cf. Dun. 7:10. 20). TUU has n of Ignorance ns to religious truth? Inpurveyors of vestigate the twofold slnnlflcHiiee, purity mid etertruth of today. They nro either Ignity. (It) n lliune of fire (v. M). norant of the truth, or, being Informed This Mi jests his Innilllhle knowlelfe: of the truth, lire false to It. Do the ho Is nhle to tliragit mid tlinmrli. lireachers know the truth? Or, If they know tlm truth, nro they so ilcrenernte even i)lectln hldilen thouglits. (4) 1'iH'l like hurnUheil hms (v. ns to conceal It? Ignorance of the IB). ItHllcHtltlK tluit us Judie mid Klnc truths of the Christian religion Is the underlying cau?e of tho success of reho enmejt with Irreslslllile power. (5) Ills voice ns the sound of many ligious fads of the day. The knowl-isliof the truth Is a bulwark ngalnst wntors (v. IB). This stnntesl" llwt nil ejieiuosi of nmn will he swept sv.ile error. It Is not sulllclent for n mini to soy, "I am not learned ;" he ought by his relstles Won). (0) Seven stnrs lu his rleht hand (v. lo he learned. The prophet says that It Is because Aecordlnt; to verse 20, stars in). menus the miKels or memieiigers of the lenders of the people nre blind the churche to comfort John In his and Ignorant. "The prophets nnd your lonoly exile. The Ktnrs tiro In his rulers nnd seers hntli ho covered." The rltlit lianil, ImlleHtlne the hlith honor true prophet, the good leader, Ood tins given to the minister; he lies In the taken uwnyi but unfortunately there right hnnil of Jesus Christ, henrs his. nre those who poso In their places, und I boy aro blind lenders of the blind. uipWMigi' and then speaks it out. (7) Out of lilt mouth went a shnrp The seers of today nre mere guessers twiMslged sword (v. 1(1). Ohorvo Ihnt at tho truth, giving out but the "pre this Is not ii liHiid sword, hut n mouth cepts of men." sword "The word Hint I Imve spokWhat It the Remedy? en, tlio same slmll Judge him" (John Let the lenders and tho people open 12MS); "The word of (Jod Is slmrier l sword" (lleh. 1:12). their eyes to the truth. "Hut where thiin ii are we to Ibid tho truth?" one asks. The sword bus two tslges, enmleiiin-InWo nro Is Just one answer: the evil mid npprovlng the good. There I (8) Ills counteniiiico wns us the sun to find lhat truth lu tho tilde. We (lilnclli In his strength (v. 111). The do not have tiny hesitation In saying that we should stand on tho old Hook. effect of tmiishluo Is lieiilthful und JoyThe Catholic church broke down uf-tous lo some things, while It Is death many centuries of trial, and find burdening to others. The (lospel came to tho front; hut mesMigo converts sumo und burdens now Protcstniillsm Is breaking down. others, IV. The Command to Write and the Tho church has lout Its grip, and Its Interpretation of the Villon (vr. 10. present movement to rehabilitate It. self by such efforts ns tho raising of 20). In this command are Indicated the vast miiiiih of money und by scleutlllc Investigation organization Is nnd divisions of tliu hook. God lu these doomed to failure. movements Is largely forgotten, what-ove- r Giving Comfort, may ho the protestations to the (living comfort under iillllctlon recontrary, n quires Hint penetration Into the mind, Joined to Hint experience which knows bow to soothe, how to Christianity. reason, and bow to ridicule, taking Cbrlstlunlty did not come from the utmost care not to apply tboie heaven to bo the amusement of an arts I in p roperly. Fielding. Idle hour, or the food of uiero Imagination; lo bo "as a very lovely aong Qood Weather. of one that hath a pleasant voice, Sunshine Is delicious, rain la nnd pbiyeth well upon nn Instrument" wind braces up, Know la It Is Intended to be the guldo and there Is really no such companion of all our hours the seri'thing as had weather only different ous occupation of our whole exist klada of good weather. Jolm Jtuakln. ence. HIshoD Jebb. of coming trouble. There were confusion, uncertainty, fenr taking hold of ihe masses. Is there any Indication p. nn Ida-tort- stag-gerin- l. ). e. Inmp-Mam- u llnht-hnlder- s tmi-lHinl- cationnl mensuro that has been placed upon our statutes for a generation Is I bo ono recently mado a law relating to thn organization of our counly school system. Ken-luclias, for a long tlmo, been for. tunalo in having Ibo counly as tho unit of local school organization. In 1008 fundampiilally Important changes were mado In this organization, hut the years which havo elapsed Imve shown tho weakness of I ho system then adopted, and indicated clearly the lines of Improve-men- l. These lines of Improvement have been followed, and very fully embodied in tho now law. First in imporlaneo among tho many change mado is tho ono affecting tho Counly Honrd of "Education. At present, llio Counly Hoard Is composed or the chairmen of Ibo Division Hoards. Tho Division Hoards, In turn, aro mado up of tho ct Trustees within tho Division. This scorns quito a good scheme on its face, but actually Micro is very liltlo interest manl-feslin Ibis election, nnd Ion often Ihe best men in Iho district wjll not accept tho office. At oilier limes, and this, is tho case loo frequently, tho entire Interest in the tnislec election centers in a personal fight lo secure tho school for n particular teacher. As a result, the men who mako Up the County Hoard whllo usually good citizens, are oflen not men who aro In their positions because Ibo peoplo of the counly recognize that they nro especially filled to control the schools of tho counly. Tho new law provides thai Iho members of the County Hoard shall bo elected from the county at large by the voters of the counly oulsido of graded and city districts, at Iho general election in November. Tho nnniPs will appear on tho regular ballot, but not under a parly device.' They will bo placed on the ticket by petition, their order will be dplennined by lot, and they will appear under the heading "School Tickol.'' The members so elecled will .serve for Ihrco years and receive ?5'Ki per day for their services, up to 75 per year. In this way, Hie people of the counly will select directly tho five citizens who will Jie responsible for lb0 general administration of Iho schools of Iho counly. Tho Board will have and consequently-heavy responsibilities, which will bring lo it, usually, persons of genuine spirit and ability. As to Ihe powers conferred upon this board, they arc tboso possessed by Ihe present Hoard, and in addition, tho power to appoint tha County Superintendent, teachers, upon nomination of tho SuperinTho County Bill tendent, and Trustees. Probably tho most important edu-- 1 (Continued Next Week) ky Sub-dislried sub-distri- ct largti-powers -Sub-distri- ct They couldn't be built now for twice7i.ooo When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in the railroads," here are some hard-pa- n facts to give htm: American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. A good highway costs $36,000 a mile just a bare road, not counting the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. concrete-and-asphalt Our railroads couldn't be duplicated day for $150,000 a mile. to- They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile much less than heir actual value. Seventy-on- e thousand dollars Vday will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at $ 155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries is $100,000. Low capitalization and high operating efficiency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. Qfiis advertisement is published by the Sfcsociation ofRailway Gxcciitives Thotr desirint Inftrmatltn tonttrnint thi railrcaJ lilualita may obtain littralurt h writing to Tht Astvciation Railway Eitcutivts, 61 Broadway, Niw Yttk U.S.DECHEEC0T5 POWER OF BIG 5 Packers Agree to Writ Keeping Them Out of Trade. PALMER WRITES LAST WORD Kj-o- o terminals; "All their Interest In market newsMeat Firms Divorced From Other papers; "All tholr Interest In public Lines Must Deal Only in Their nreliousea. except that which Products Removes Menace Is necessary for their own meat prodto Unrelated Industries. Wiikhlugtou, l'iu. 2S. Tho agreed decioo under which the "Hlg 5" puck-er- s mo fnrotcr enjoined from engaging In nny lino of business other thuu that of handling meats ind produce wns tiled lu Iho District of Columbia Supreme court. It wus submitted by Attorney (ienerul Pulmor. who said It "ieuioed tho menace of "ontrol of unrelated Industries by tho 'Hlg o' and eonlliied tholr uctlvttles In the future to tho luislnchs of distributing meat und Its Counsel for tho puckers lu n stuto-nieto the court wild tho decree had been agreed to by tho defendants "not because of guilt, for they htivo not violated nny law, but tbut tho American people may be assured that there U not the remotest possibility of u food monopoly by the packers." It was submitted by Attorney (Sen- oral Palmer, who Mild It "removes tho menace of control of unrelated Industries by tho big live mid contlnes their activities lu future to the business of distributing meat und Its To Restore Competition. Attorney (leuerol Palmer, In u statement commenting on the effect of the pnckcrV divorcement decree, suld : "The decree which tho denurtment uf Justice bus brought about by urgent insistence la designed to restore freedom of cnnmetlttmi unit Incrt'iise tho opportunities for Individual Initiative In business which must lu time bear good fruit for the public welfare. or cap IXJ.liese .great uggregutlous nt ital, which have cone to be known as the 'Hlg Plxe." hne been able to dominate so man Hues of trade that and their continued growth constituted n real menace ,not only to American business, but to ihe American consuming public as well. "Under the decree the chief companies, their subsidiaries and principal stockholders are compelled lo ell preferably to llvo stock producers and the public "All their holdings In public stock ynrd ; "All their lnterot In stock-ynrpat-kind enrry out or enforce the decree. "In brief, the decree removes the mennce of control of unrelntcd Industries by the 'Hlg Five' nnd confines their activities In future to Mio business of distributing meat und Its byproducts under nn Injunction which restrnlns them from unfair nnd unlaw-fu- l practices." this year falls on March 2Sth" Every church taking part In the movement Is expected to hold special evangelis- CHURCHES PLAN USY PROGRAM Inteichurch World Movement Outlines Activities In South For Months Ahead g j ucts. "They nre I tarred forever from the retail in '"ill business. Barred From Dialing In Many Lines. "They are barred forever from dealing In 'unrelated lines,' which Include: Wholesale groceries, fresh, canned, dried, suited flh; fresh, dried or canned vegetables; fresh, crushed, dried, evaporated or canned fruits; confectioneries, sirups, sodn water fountain supplies, molnsses, honey, Jams, Jellies nnd preserves, spices, snuces, relishes, etc., cofTco, ten chocolate, cocoa, nuts, Hour, sugar, rlco nnd cereals (with certnln limited exceptions with respect to cerenls), bread, wafers, crackers, biscuit, spaghetti, vermicelli, macaroni, clgnrs, china, furnlturo nnd so forth. "They nre required to abandon for ever tho use of their branch houses, routo cars and nuto trucks comprising their distributing system, for nny other than their own meats nnd dairy products. Must Not Monopolize Any Food. 'They nre required to submit per. petunlly to the court's Injunction forbidding nil the defendants from directly or Indirectly maintaining nny or conspiracy with themselves or other persons, to monopolize any food product In tho United Stutes, or Indulge In any unfair or unlawful practice. "Moreover, the decree provides that Jurisdiction Is perpetually rctulued by the court for the purposo of tuklng such further action or relief na may n j I Heglnnlng with a campaign of education of tho church member to Ida financial obligation to tho church, a pronnd continuous comprehensive gram of activities from tho present time through tho month of June hua been decided upon by tho Intercburch World Movement In the South. This campaign of education In tho duty ol giving to the support of religious activities Is commonly known In the movement as tho Stewardship cam paign. It will culminate on Washing ton's Ulrthday lu tho observance ol National Stewardship Enrollment Day In all churches participating In the movement, February 22 this year chancing to full on Suuday. Tho Stewardship enrollment observance will be followed by the observance of Sunday, February 29th, as Life Enlistment Day of Prayer for Students. February this year, for the first time In forty years, will have five Sundays. This fifth Sunday observance is to bo mado a day of slgnltb cunce throughout the Interchurch World Movement's organization. The mouth of March Is to bo given over to the promotion of the campaign and evangelism, culmifor nating In the observance of Acknowledgment Day on Palm Sunday, which life-wor- touch with the purposes and scope of tho Interchurch World Movement In Its relation to tho Individual church, community and denomination. Join tho Church Day and Commitment Day, when thousands of new members aro expected to bo received Into the churches lu the South, will be observed on Easter Sunday, April 4th. This day will be marked ny a great Ingathering of Christians In the 'Churches Inspired with tho thought nnd determination of doing a greater service for Christianity. Tho next fortnight In April will bo spent in nctlvo preparation for tho great financial campaign to be con-- , ducted April 21st to May 2d, inclusive. Local teams and committees will be organized nnd thoroughly drilled In tho duties to bo expected of them In tho making of this canvass for funds to carry out tho constructive program of tho churches. Throughout May nnd the early part of June the Movement will bo directed toward tho organization nnd perfec Hon of conservation nnd extension plans. Later In Juno summer conferences of missionary education will bo-- tic services during the month. During March also thro aro to be held a series of state pastors' conferences In the principal cities of the South to bring tho pastors mord closely In lin. YEGGS TUNNEL INTO BANK of First National of 8arcoxle, Mo, Loot, ed of $1 0,000 Robbed $80,000 January 21. benccvssary In. the circumstances to Cnrthnge, Mo, Feb. 27. The First Notional Hank of Surcoxle, near here, was robbed of about $10,000 early la the morning. The robbers dug their way through tbe wall of the vault nnd rilled private deposit boxes. They apparently were frightened away before blowing the safe, leaving explosives In their hurry. Liberty bond and other securities valued at $80,. 000 were taken when the bank was entered In u similar way January 21. "Whosoever cometh unto Me I will in no wise cast out." Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN Tenn. Georgo Orayson, of March 4, 1020. Curtis, down with tho flu. Abb Balllngor sisis still confined to his bed with ter nnd brolhcr-in-laMr. nnd slomaeh (rouble. Kghcrt Oadd,who Mrs. J. C. Wilson, lias returned to has been employed at Hamilton, 0., Bent Kqnlpment'anil Service at Ixtwest CoM. Want for Men mil for Women. Private Boom. Ilntln. Klectrlc Service. his home. died on February 10th, and was Eye, Note and Ear brought lo this placo for burial. Tho Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , LINCOLN COUNTY funeral scrvico was conducted by GENERAL PRACTICE No corrwpondf nn puMlthnl unlMi lnfd In full br th writer. Th nm Hubble, Mnrcli I. Wo nro having llev. Shcrod Ovcrby, nl 2 p. m., on n Yllnc of irood faith. Write pltlnljr. It not for publication, but Cnme tn and vltlt an ettaMIOiment, which In a (rlend In need, a lot of flu around hero now. W. February 22. Luther Howman Is and In reach of all the people. C. Welti) and A. D. Parsons havo very low wllli tho flu. Uoiikrt II. Cowlky, M.D., I'lirtlclan has hcen staying with Mrs. Char- - ,ccn on u,0 4ck list, but arc somo Harlan Duntcr, M.I)., I'lirnlcUn County News she Ahncy. Tho littlo ar old heller. W. C. Wehh returned from Icy Big Clear Creek M AROAHKT S. (i K AN 1 , M. I)., PIlTtlcUn son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Isaac n.nivlllp last week whom tin lin't 28. Mim Marv I.onoackr, K.N., Superintendent Big Clear Creek, February Mm Nki.uk Mlt.t.r.R, K N., Head N'tire JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF ED. was found dead in hod a few days a. I). Parson's little girl's cyo taken Miss Fnlry Pigg, who has had tho UCATION ngo. Dclbcrt Lunsrord is very III.' out, Slio is homo now and her eyo Influenza, is gelling along nicely. CHANGE IN RATES Dud Beckmill, from Georgia, is is doing line. A new eyo will ho Mrs. Mary Evans, who was called Tlio Connly Hoard of Education Heginnlnp; March t, the ratea fur hoard and room nf private pitientA will he $15 to $18 per week. The ralei for patient a forlougn. met in the Superintendents oiuco 10M1C 0n a ten-da- y mil in in July. lo see her mother, who has hcen 111, cared for In the ward will remain the lame $t per dav. last Saturday. II was tho last moot returned lo Harlan, Wednesday. H7 Order of Prudential Committee, llcrea College Kerby Knob ing of the present Board and conCLAY COUNTY Sherman Swinford nnd family, who A small siderable amount of business was Kerhy Knob, Feb. 20. Vina have had tho influenza, are all able "' ii'fi.i(Ml(iiit.iM.lt.fMiMmmiMi,.,ni.npmnim,mmm,mt,l Vine, Feb. 2a Mrs. M. L. Fergu- lo be out again. Dompsio Had, transacted; claims were allowed for child of Tom Isaacs died of flu FebClemmons' son is very poorly witli flu, J. H. Ronald Swinfonl and Willard Mul-lin- s, .lohn fuel bills. An important item of ruary KUh. H business was the estimate of a levy family arc all recovering from Browning died, February llth. Ho of this place, returned homo Miss Myrllo Baker, aflo.'(inly lived n few minutes after for this year's school lax which tho measles. from Berea, where they wcro ateight months with relatives mg sick. Ho was taken to the fam-i- n tending school. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fiscal court will bo requested lo Makes Old Furniture.Worn Floors, Indiana, returned homo last week.' y cemetery for burial. Ho leaves Murphy aro rejoicing over a big lay at lis next session. Owing to a and Woodwork look like New again bill, which wo arc informed has Herbert Click and Floyd Thomas a wife, one daughter, a mother, ono boy. horn February 21. recently been passed by tho legls-latu- ro returned homo Friday from Dayton, sister, Ihrec brothers and a host of I'ncle John Dees, who had a paraThe cost is small nnd the pleasure of doing tho providing for an increase- - in O., where they had been employed rricmK Charlie, the HUIo three-fo- r lytic stroke, is improving slowly. work yourself Is ft rent You'll bcdcllghtcd with Is probable, that James Willianu year old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. W. Joss Pigg's folks aro getting nlong flno leachers' salaries, it a few weeks. tho line results obtained by using an additional levy for this purpose and wife are planning to leave for Browning, died, February 12th, of wllh smallpox. Mrs. Bco Mullins, croup. Ho lived only a few days of Paint Lick, died with pneumonia will have to be mado later. Illinois in the near future. Estimates and plans for tho erecafter taking sick. Mrs. Katio Coffio and was buried in the Wilt gravo Carico and little infant died a few days ago yard, Wednesday. A. C. Hart and tion of some new school houses and repairs for old ones were made. Ono Carico, March 1. W. II. Roberts of tin. They were taken to tho family and W. G. Mullin's family, member of the Board, J. W. Hurley, has sold his farm to Orbln Smith Coffie burying ground. who have had dangerous cases of of Goochland, being very sick with and Henry Riley for $800, and coninfluenza, nro getting better. Dr. It It easily nppllcd, dries quickly and nddt to templates going to Indiana to mako CLARK COUNTY flu. was not present Lewis, of Wildic, was their attendthe life nnd nppcarancc of floors, furniture and being his home, Tho flu is still raging In Log Lick Next Saturday, March Gth, ing physician. woodwork. Log Lick, Felt. 29. Mrs. Pearlie the day fixed by law, tho subdis-tri- cl theso parts. Undo Harvey Pruitt Is a Stain and Varnish Pco Gee trustees will meet in McKcc died very suddenly and was laid lo Hudson lied February 25th of pneu-re- st MADISON COUNTY combined made especially for beautifying Kingston in the gravoyard near tho In- - mania and was buried Friday in the for the purpose of electing chairhomes. Try n can today. Kingston, March 1. Wo aro havmen for the various Educational Di- dian Creek school house. Ho leaves Log Lick cemetery. She loaves a tKl Ask for James husband and four daughters nnd a ing ono of our deepest snows of Iho visions in the county. Tho chair a wifo and many friends. Pee Gee Rt-NLACronir In sit sites, from Color-Car- d men elected will then constitute the Summers' family have had flu, but host of relatives and friends. Sho winter, Thero is n great deal of 15c up. Mide In 20 Nitursl Wood snd nnd Booklet, Counlv Hoard of Education for next aro belter at present. Wm. Baker was a member of tho Christian sickness and somo deaths from flu. Ensmel Colors. White, Gold sod SIKer. "The Mod-cMethod year, has been very low with pneumonia church hero and an excellent Mrs. Mary Hill was called lo FEASLEE-GAULBER- T of Finishing Ct.. MAMJFACTUiEIS but is better at present. Aunt man. The relatives and friends have Pain! Lick last week on account of Wood." INCoarORATID McKeo Martha Lear is very poorly. Our our deepest sympathy. Moving is in serious sickness in her brother's KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE McKee. March 1. Wo want to cor regular meeting umo at uia tiaiwv, full blast now among our neighbors. home. His wife died leaving four red a mistake that was made in last tho second Sunday in each month. Edmond Brookshirc will tako pos small children. Mrs. James Flan-er- y, week's letter concerning tho death All aro cordially invited to come. of Owsley County, visited her session, on March tno 1st, of mo of Mrs. Jesse Tyra. We are very Tho measles are dying out around 'loro which ho bought from A. A sister, Mrs. Ray Mainous, last week. Geneva She returned home Wednesday glad lo slat? that we were misin here at last. Bro. Lunsford failed to Clay, of Indian Fields .ui:,i.;:.iiiiinii'i,iiuii!u;iiv'.w ., ,dii,,iiinitiii,'r!nr formed about her death. She was fill his appointment on account of Malherly, who has been very sick, Miss Addio Williams, of Berea, was Deborah Lear is heller at this time W. A. Math-erl- y, dinner guest of Aylccn Mainous seriously ill, but is now improving. bad weathers-Mr- s. of Winchester, Mrs. J. n. Llewellyn and children, and Donia Lear arc very poorly. visited here Sunday. who havo had tho flu, aro well. Also Sam Roberts is putting in windows Saturday and today Dr. A. T. Neal Mr. Truitt, but his wife hasn't re today for Isaac Himcs. Why not will havo a salo March 2nd preparaBobtown covered yet. Mr. and Mrs. J, R tako Tho Citizen and got your mon- tory to going lo Missouri to live. Bobtown, February 23 Sunday-scho- ol Berea Rhode Island Red Poultry Association Hays and family arc down with tho ey's worth in reading? A big crowd passed thru hero last is progressing nicely at Berea, Kentucky flu. Mr. and Mrs. Wa Turner, Jim Monday on their way to tho Clark this place. George Rogers is seriRobbins and family also havo it, but Bond Counly court. Warren Cobb, of ously sick wilh tuberculosis. James furnishes eggs for hatching at the following prices: nono aro sorious. Miss Lucille Col Bond, Feb. 28 There has been Ruckcrville, came up last Friday to L. Higniio is also ill. Mrs. Maggie $4.00 Qpitinc S1.50 In lots of 50 Her, who has been attending school quite a number of cases of influenza help get wood for his grandfather, Burns and daughter, Mrs. Nannie 7.00 2.75 In lots of 100 Two settings at London, came homo last week. in this vicinity the past three weeks. William Burch, who has been very Benge nnd son, wcro visiting nt Special pens, per setting $3.00 School closed on account of sick This disease caused tho death of sick of tho flu. Up lo this limo we Mrs. Julia Creckmoro's, Sunday ness, Tho oratorical contest which Rona Johnson, Mary Seals, and Ju- havo had Just ono death in our com- afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoi Send in your orders early to the County Agent, Berea, Ky. was held at the church house a few lia Harris. Mrsj Johnson was a munity from tho flu and other dis Whillock, of While Hall, wero nights ago was well aliended and widow and was very old. Sho leaves eases which follow. Wo were real visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Neely's, "HELP PAINT EASTERN KENTUCKY RED." enjoyed by every one present. Those sovcral children and grandchildren, sorry to hear of tho death of our old Sunday. E. P. Benge, wifo and son, winning tho first prizo w'cro Ger- to mourn her loss. Mrs. Seals leaves friend, Sieve Johnson, "of Bond. wa wero dinner guests nt Isaac Burn's, lomc February 26. Joe Lamb i his wifo and chirdrm-The.- rn trude Tus3cy and Wayne Reynolds. a husband and four children, tho, Mrs. Maud is better at this writing aunuay. .miss i.eoraua urccKinoro nM,VPd into tho Davo Cregular House, proachlng at tun waiiaco wiapci oldest a girl of sixteen years. Mrs. from tho cfTects of tho flu Good caned on Mrs. Marina jseely, 'lliurs Sunday, by Iho new paslor. rii0 Rev Mr yMion, aged Gray Hawk Harris leaves a husband and two luck to Tho Citizen and all its many auracio una a ncwatul ,i8 on( BCj 80vcnlcon years, Thorpe, of Wllmorc. Misses Dora Gray Hawk. February 2(1. The small children. She was a daughter readers. T. Cornclison is calling on ,mlf j..bruary 27, of pnoumo-- Gentry and Clara Bowlin spont farmers of Gray Hawk aro getting of Thomas' Hunley, of Moorcs Creek, j K. McKeehan daily. Zach Nccly ,a am wero buried, February 28, Thursday of last week with Mrs. Cora Johnson, who has been very down t work in earnest, sowing OWSLEY COUNTY mado a flying trip to Richmond, I . ,'h. rrea cemetery. Tho rest of H. Kidd Mrs. Charles Mullins, who tobacco beds, plowing and clearing low with malaria, is slowly improv- Thursday. Mr. Smith is building! iUo amily nro improving. island City Will lived on Jim Todd's placo, died tost new ground. We aro of tho earns ing, Charley Baldwin has gone to' Island City, February 23. Mr. iwo ruuius 10 ins iiwumng nuuau. jr,rn, nas been down wllli tne im- - Tuesday or influenza, followed by Blakcy, of Pennsylvania, bos an oil opinion about raising tobacco as tho London, Ky., lo purcbaso a farm. Mrs. Juan Gabbanf, who bos been) jluspoP nopnell's family havo been pnoumonia. Her remains were laid correspondent of Bluo Lick. Wo R. E. Taylor is going to Richmona drill at Ida May, which goes over at Berea, having dental work done, ,rtwn wjtli tho flu, but aro improv-relurnto rest nt Macedonia. Miss Fannie willi Taylor, who has the roads by n process of steam and homo Friday noon, MIbs think that if tho work it takes lo on business-D- ora Ogg is sick with flu. G. Kidd is spending tho week-en- d raise tho stuff was put lo raising corn been very sick, is much better. A. Will soon bo in operation at Endoc, 'ora ami iv'ia minis, oi ucrca, aru (T. Chrisman left Monday afternoon hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. IL Kidd. and wheat or even potatoes, that F. Truett and son sold a lot of mer- - Owsley Counly. Mr. Blakcy says visiting Mrs. Tish Jackson. Nannie ore tho Tast train, for Now Paris, O., - John Dallon, a young roan or tho world would bo much better chandiso yesterday and today at re- -, they will bo drilling at Island City Fry, who tins been staying wilh vhru employment for spring Kirksvlllr, and son of William Dal. off and that God would send his duced prices Cyrus Denham has this summer. Mason Fields and Mrs. Laura Baker at Big Hill, has and summer. Tho heaviest snow of ton, died Wednesday night and was blessings on humanity more. Our been very sick with flu and pneumo- - mother, accompanied by Lansford como home. II. k. McKccnan H tho seamm fell Saturday. Gridor buried In their family gravoyard on school is getting along flno; there nia, but is better now. Charley Fryo and family, aro going to Cin- - losing his cyesighL Mr. and Mrs. Mullins is sick at this writing. Iho widow Todd's placo; Sohodi is no influenza hero so far as is Carmack and Stella Baldwin were cinnali, Ohio, lo seek employment Kveretto Bcngo wcro visiting in begins again at Wnllacoton today, known. There is somo grippe, Rhoda Burch, wifo of Joseph Jackson County last week. married recently at U10 homo of the after a long vacation Mrs. Boone Wallacatoa Burch, died at her homo on Island Bill Hamilton, our popular drummer, bride. We wish them much Joy. Wallaceton, February 28. C H. Parish, or Paris, III., is visiting her Big Hill is building a new house on his Creek with influenza. She was laid Bakor, who has been ill ror about sister, Mrs, Minnio Bake- r- Miss GARRARD COUNTY land for Rube Allen, preparatory lo rest, February 15, at tho burying Big Hill, Mar. 1 Mrs. Margaret six weeks, died February 2t anil was Mary Todd is ill at her homo near ground at R. Morris' Pearl, son Reeco has sold her farm to- - Jolf tni(t tn. rest in tho Wallace Chapel Paint Lick with flu. Sam Peters oi to do farming for Hamilton. James Harmony Harmony, March 1 Wo are hav of Pal Marcum, died with influenza, Ncely, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rosa cemotcry. Funeral services by tno Owsley County, has been visum Pclcrs is hauling goods this week Dr. Pelere, who was havo gono to Hamilton lo mako their Rev. Carl E. Vogel, ot Borca. Ho his sister, Mrs. II. Kidd, also his sou, from Bond, for our hustling mer- ing a good deal of sickness, and February 1 somo deaths, Sam J. Rothwell, aged attacked with pneumonia, is slowly homo this year. Karl Chaslccn is leaves a wife, Mrs. Minnio Baker, Hargis, who is in school at Berea. chant, J. T. Hayes. Ada tlirco daughters. Mrs. K. Smith, of Mrs. Kd Ballard is in tho about eighty, died at E. J. Ham- - improving Mrs. R. H. Bowman is sick but is improving-M- rs. mack's last Saturday morning. His still confined to her bed with lubor-wi- fo Owens nnd children havo returned Clover Bottom III., Mrs. J. M. Lucas, of son Hospital for a slight operation. Miss Addio Henry visited her preceded him to tho gravo eov-- J culosis. It is reported that Asho'r to Hamilton, 0. J. II. Parsons and Lamar, CnU Mrs. Freeman Baker, Wo had Clover Bottom, Feb. 29 tho largest snow that has fallen this oral years ago. J. II. Miller lost a Sizemoro went to Cincinnati, Ohio, to family havo bought A. P. Settlo's of .Mo., ono son. Olllo Baker, of father, W. F. Henry, of Dululh, last Wo aro all daughter with flu. Sho was about j seek employment and is down with farm and havo moved to it. Enoch Center, Col., and ono brother, Jos. weolc Mrs.Geo.Tafd, who has had' winter, last night. sorry to bear of tho death of Rev. ten years of ago. George Long-wort- h, measles. A flno boy arrived at tho Parker has occupied tho place va- A. Baker, of this placo, besides a flu, is improving. II. O. Lnmb is son of tho widow Marinda homo of Evert Sparks tho 17th. His cated by Jeff Ncoly M. D. Settle host or rrlends. Tho noighborhoodi lo movo to Berea soon. Ho has tv Wm. Powell, a minister of tho Bap-li- st Church, who died the' 2Cth or Longworth, was married to Miss namo is Robert E. Lco II. D. Peters has bought tho property which was Is grieved to givo up so good a cltl- - position In Welch's- - Garage. Wo Graco Rutherford, at Danvillo, last has had two very long tobacco beds occupied by Bill Marcum last year. zen and extends its sympathy to. regret to givo therm up. this month with Mrs. Lyda Abrams is still on the Mr. Powell was a truo Christian week C F. Ramsoy's family have sown. We aro glad lo hear of tho Ho will bo sadly missed by nearly all been down with flu, but additional subscriptions toThoClli- - sick list. James Lovet has moved man. Every intelligent citizen to his farm, Joe Reeco is homo Ho leaves a wife, aro better. Boney Adams, wno zen. all his friends. Pnf on ifAiti ouh. again for a few days. Most of tho two sons, nnd two daughters. At ,,nt'Aii t.la liAmn irilVt Hav W W IT alimil1 vtwt (I though be uni-- l part from us, wo Hutcbins, Is on tho sick HsL & C scription and grow in graco with pcoplo in this vicinity have escaped flu. Most of tho pneumonia pationts Thj McCluro sold his farm to T. J. BUg-- Tho Citizen family. me 8uro heaven hn.s pained. The snow has stopped Prominent Educator Believe aro well. That Vapomantha la In this all for $4,500, T. J. Sligall sold part flu is racing everywhere pcoplo from burning lobaooo beds Trarelera Rest neighborhood. -- - Miss Lizzie Powoll of tho farm that ho bought from the A Sur Preventive- 's very lf.w with pneumonia. She widow Sally Sligall to D. D. Collott Travelers Rest, March 1. Bill at present. Dr. B. M. Drama, dlsoeverer ef ted in each nostril. Brame's Vapo-mcntis tho youngest daughter of Wm. for 81,750. E. J. Johnson and sons, Gum died Saturday, February 28, Salvo ponotratos the pom Brame's tVappmentha BalvaM a Silver Creek There are six our country merchants, aro now with mcaslo$ and pneumonia. lie C. Wright, Superia. of tho skin, relieving oongestloa,sA Powell, deceased. letter from Silver Creek, Mar. 1, Mrs. Sam tondent of the Wilkce County, If. O, tho same timo healing vapor ansa left a wifo and several children of Green Abrams' folks down with prepared to furnish tho neighborthrough the mouth Lillian Abrams has re hood with some hay and focd stuff. Luther Mainous has flu. Sunday- - Kclloy and children aro making an Public Schools, In whloh ho saw: and aro breathed tho flu. Vapomontha and tooso, loosening the phleem used Josh Jones has moved to Jellioo, school olosod last Sunday on ao extended visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. R. "Wo havonearlyBramo's Ills for whloh and causing tho patient to breathe wlyerc turned homo (from Bjerca ror all tho Born to Mr. and Mrs. Salvo prescribed and havo always se- frcoly. count of so much sickness, Dr. B. A. Johnson. Its absolute reliability it Is F. Tyo bought James Chi Ids' farm Bud Ballard, February 17lh, a girl. cured salisraotory results. It used is ovidenced by dozens of umoIIoI-tc- d testimonials. Bramoe Vapoaea-th- a Ben Davis was at Richmond Mon- In timo it has novor railed to break for tho consideration of 9200, lie Salvo will rollovo pneusaeala, nn colds, usually tho forerunner or Kenneth Rich contemplates moving soon. Victoria day on business. Grippe, Influenza and Pneumonia. . influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bron-ohlt- is, M inter was week-en- d guest of Em- ardson is recovering from flu. whooping cough, catarrh, I speak rrom personal observama M inter J. B. Scott was dlnnor Luther Kindred has moved to Boreo. asthma, tonsllltis, hay fever and Intion. I believe ir this preparation flammation of tho skin. guest of P. F. McCollum Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pigg havo ro- is used in timo It will prevent the externally, Vapomentba Richard ilnvntnnemnnt nf nneumonll Mrs. Elizabeth Hompbill is on tho lurncd from Indiana. In and It will not Is applied clothes, a stain the Burncll and family havo the flu. every instance. If used according other salves do. sick list. No bene eeuM Mrs. Brown Bundon spent Thursday to directions.' Returns to its before-the-wover bo without IL Buy It fro yew These stronn statements are fully doalor or direct form the Brian with Mrs. R. A. Johnson. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY high standard of quality justified by the remarkable recov Drug Co.. North Wilkeabore. N. Johnetta eries mat ioiicw.' uramea vapo- - A small boiuo cos is soo.; a mues Walnut Meadow Johnotta, Feb. 27. Tho changea mcntha Salve is applied rreeiy larger one, containing six times as Walnut Meadow, Feb. 28. Angoro nvnp thn cnM. bio weather is causing lots of sick. throat and laser - , much. 11.20. Advertisement I Forter-MooBrag Ca. ncss Jack Abney's entire family ii Dovoro died of pneumonia at his East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else sir-ye- Okln., wlio has been visiting his Berea College Hospital Sun-Parlo- Jackson The Home Bea utifie- r- nd llFREE m wo-fov- cr, WELCH'S DEPT. STORE EGGS FOR HATCHING rw .... slxty-threeyea- (i.-y- carI. H. . ed in,.ocn ho-ha- 1 Robin-Mansfiel- d, The Best Insurance Against Influenza a lia No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar ... a Once Tried - - Always Used re "Seek ye the Lord while he may be found