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Devoted to trie litereats of trie ZEoianteLirL People OnTDaTFIftyntgr'Ycar. HERKaT" MADISON COUNTY K I The citizen iNTUCK V, M A RC urn- - 'I liiuflolti to record i llio news of IJcrca and Aim: vicinity; I'u give Horca Collcgo: lo all tho happenings of to ho of Internal tho Mountain People J . Hit 1020. Fight the High Cost Another way to make things cheap is to make them plenty. Now is the time to plan the best gardens and hc biggest crops we ever had. GETTING READY FOR A FLIGHT AT SAN DIEGO W HANDS OF World News Hope of ratifying the Peao Treaty by tho Senate is not very bright at present. The subject is again undor dbxeussion and tho administration Senators aro ready to go about three-fourtof tho way toward such a compromise as It is believed would satisfy tho country. Mr. Lodge will not go tho other fourth as yet nor is It clear that the President is willing to agree to a compromise. At least Mr. Wilson refuses to mako tho first move. hs SHANTUNG DEAL Senate Bolts Lodge on Republic- Good for Wilson ! President Wilson stands strong for a league of nations that can secure peace and justice. Those who try to spoil it by senseless "reservations" will find themselves rebuked by the voters as soon as they can get a chance. an Treaty Program. ADOPTS CONFERENCE REPORT Votes 69 to 2 to Withhold Assent on Articles Accepts Democratic Res ervatlon on LeaQue Apy pointments. Washington, March 5. The first modification of the Lodge pence treaty reservations was adopted when the sennte, by a vote of CO to 2, accepted the change of the bipartisan conference In the reservation affecting the "The Glad Enlistment" The protracted meeting has brought light and bless-"tn- g to a great many people in Herea. We love and enjoy each other more, and we realize more our "high calling" as sons and daughters of the Heavenly Father. Just to take time to think about religion, and study a little over some of the significant words of Jesus has brought a real revelation. Service to God is what we 4ire here for. Each one of us has a place in God's plan. If we have been foolish and sinful God is all the more anxious about us. He really counts us His children, and is determined to make us "laborers together with Him." "Thy message, Father, moves my heart. In God's great kingdom I've a part. We'll praise and serve and trust and love In earth below and heaven abpve," Shantung agreement. As amended, the reservation eliminates mention of Jnpuu and China, nlthough its effect Is the snme as the Slates, mivnl aviators getting u petiplane ready for u Ilium nt t Island iiiival nlr station at San Diego. Cul tho largest navni-nl- r station on tin west cnnt. t lilted Kentucky News $50,000 U. S. News original Lodge proposal. It was thought by some of the Democrats that the alteration would make the reservation less offensive to Japan. Senator Ileed of Missouri (Dem.) and Senator Sutherland of West Virginia (Ilcp.) voted against the modification. U. S. The Supreme Council of tho Allied Nations is to work in two sections from this limb on. Tho leading men aro lo give attention to economic mailers, which are believed to rank first in importance, and the foreign ministers aro to handlo tho disputed points that arise in regard to boundaries and the inlerpretation of articles of tho Peace Treaty. It is expected that moro rcsuljs will bo attained by Ibis division and perhaps somo embarrassing matters, may bo avoided by the leaders. The granting of a loan to the distressed countries of Europe for llio purposo of securing food necessary to preservo the lives of womon and children I3 a thing that should bo done at once. Tho president of tho Fedoral Grain Corporation says that if no provision is made for relief beforo April his corporation will turn over to those countries a supply of five million barrels of sort grain flour which is still in stock, and not desired, hy nur own people. Tho Prussian government is having somo difficulties in determining what shall bo done with tho wealth of the Hohcnzollcrns. They possessed an immense fortune and a largo number of valuable estates. There is no disposition lo confiscate that which rightly belongs to the family but thcro aro many members or tho new government who regard much or tho wealth as by various forms of Plunder ami think that such part should go to the state to relievo tho burden or taxation. ed 'The Wrongs of Ireland" 'former centuries there were wars between these islands and Oliver Cromwell subdued the Catholic Irish in the savage way of those days. In recent years, however, the English people have been more than fair to Ireland. The Irish have a, larger representation in the British Parliament than do the "English themselves in proportion to the population; but agitation goes on continually and was greatly stimulated during the last war by secret German propaganda. They actually succeeded in preventing Ireland from doing its proper share in turning back the German invasion. The present unreasonableness of the agitators is shown by the fact that they are unwilling to have the southern part of the island, which is Catholic, put on the same basis as Scotland, but insist that they must have con-Jtrof the northern or Protestant part of Ireland the province of Ulster. All in all, Ireland is greatly benefit-e- d by its connections with the British Empire. ol our lives we have heard about agitations in Ireland. The island of Ireland is close totheisland of Eng-flanis inhabited by people of a different race and all 'the southern part of the island is strongly Catholic. In All d, ADRIATIC SITUATION STILL UP IN THE AIR Italy-Slav ABE MARTIN SAYS: Wo used l' shino our own shoes, whereas wo now pay $1,359,570 anrs, nually inl' III' colTcr o' Greek wearing silk shirts. Women used t wash ther hair, hut Vday liter's a half dozen beauty parlors in ever' buildin' in town, an' no perceptiblo ir.creaso in beauties. Wo used r slick up on Sunday night, but now wo'ro dolled up all tho timo. Wo used t' wrilo postal cards, but now wo wire on th' slightest provo , cation. Farmers didn't used f know any belter, but now ther educated an' discontented. Wo used t' run a block to seo a dude, an' now wo'ro all dudes. You kin buy a pair o' socks or a fairly decent lookin steak for what it costs' t' havo your nails manicured. Calico is no longer worn 'ccpt In Hi' reformatories. You kin keep a cow for what it costs f wear silk stockins.' Years ago, th' president o' th Peoples Hank kept a boss and pliao- ton. T'day, you can't cross th street for autos. Tdnv n feller don't Ihlnk no more ( gittin' a auto ovcYhaulcd than ho used I' think o buyin' a now crystal for a watch. Wo used f keep th' butlor in th' oistern, but now wo buy ice. Wo used t' mako a pitcher o lomonado occasionally, but now wo tako th' wholo family t' th' sody fountain over' ovenin'. shoe-shine45-ce- nt Talk Over Question Ends Abruptly, but Rome Expects Compromise. London, March 2. The conventbetween rremler Nlttl and the Jugo-SlavIn which Foreign Minister ions s, 'Trumbltch and former rremler participated, were suddenly broken oIT. It Is not expected the; will be resumed In "London during the (present week. Tho entire Adriatic question remains In suspense, nnd It seems fairly certain that no solution of It will bo reached while the supreme council Is sitting In London, but that the question will be 'reopened when tho peace conference reassembles In Home toward tho end of the month. No confirmation Is obtainable In Italian circles here with regard to the report printed In Lo Journal of Paris from Homo that Slgnor Nlttl has of fered concessions to tho Home, March 2. Premier Nlttl Is disposed to accept n compromise settlement of the Adriatic question, according to the Mcssaggcro. Ily this arrangement, tho newspaper says, .Italy would not claim territorial continuity between Istrla and Flumo on condition that the city be placed unTho League der Italian sovereignty. of Nations, It Is said, will be In charge , Jugo-Slav- h Tlio Senate bill to appropriate Washington, March 8. President for moonlight schools was Vilson restated for Democratic Senkilled March 0. ators today his opposition to any peace treaty reservations which Frankfott, K March 8. House would weaken the full force of ArHill 107, providing a levy of $2,500 a ticle lo or otherwise materially day on Kentucky raoo lraok.3, was impair tho provision? of (he league, read into tlie Senalo calendar today covenant. in the same form in which it passed Without saying specifically what .. Democratic, the House last week, no move hav- flllnliflrtnllnn t. u 0ne of the raost "rid achates of the ing been made to change tho section accept wrote, in a letter to Sen- - i trcaty dscusson broke out when transferring control over slakes and alor Gilbert M. Hitchcock, of Nc- chnrged Senator purses from tho Slate Racing Com- braskn, the administration leader, that theMcCormlck of Illinois negotln-tha- t treaty compromise, mission to the Kentucky Jockey almost all of tho reservations tlons were nothing but "phrase spin-h- e Club. had heard suggested wcro "In n,nf?" designed to befuddle the public, effect virtual nulliflcalinn" nf M.nl Senator Lodge, Republican leader, s treaty' articles in which they an reiorieu ncaieuiy mat 11 was a Frankforl, Ky., March 8. The piled. thing for one man to endenvor Senaln in lale session today passed to Interpret other men's motives." "Ihearof resorvationists and mild Nevertheless, he announced thnt he I he bill introduced by Senator J. will Sloll, of Fayctlo county, to roservalionists," the letter addod, would offer no more of the bipartisan Kl-provido for a perpetual pension "b t cannot understand. Jhe.diffcr- - compromises. This statement pleased enco between & nuIHflcr and a mild. the Irrcconcllables nnd Irritated the fund for disabled policemen, their "mild resorvationists." Including Senawidows and children antl dependent nullifler." tor Kellogg of Minnesota, who threatfathers and mothers, and to crcito ened a new bolt. and perpetuate a board of trustees New York, March 7 William G. "To What Purpose?" for tho management and conduct MoAdoo tonight reiterated his "To what purpose are we spending thereof. The measure passed unannot to permit uso of time here day by day discussing reserimously. Tho Hbuso already has his namo as a candidalo at tho pres- vations?" nsked Senntor McCormlck. ''We sit medlcvnl approved tho measure. idential primary in Georgia, regard- theologianshere like n lot of mnny andiscussing how less of tho fact that various candi- gels can dance on tho point of n Frankforl. Ky., March 9 Gover- dates have entered the raco thcro needle. All this Is said to be In the nor Morrow, in the presence of the sinoo his withdrawal was an- Interest of compromise. God save the mark I" Hoard of Control this morning, nounced. Senntor Lodge took the floor at once signed the bill abolishing the board nnd Insisted thnt he had to listen to and creating the Hoard of Charities. Chicago. March 7. Members of all proposals of compromise, but addHe immediately appointed on tho the Republican national committee. ed that he would offer no more of tho now board tho members of tho old including Will H. Hays, chairman, changes tentatively agreed to In the Board of Control and added to it arrived in Chicago today for a hlpnrtlsnn conference. "Mayho we'll make some headway Kmilo Republican Taucbau, of meeting of the body tomorrow at Louisville; Harry P. Barrett, Demo- Republican headquarters. Tho con now," commented Senator Bornh. statement "I crat of Henderson, anil Miss Lucio vention committee also will meet won't want It understood thntchanges In prevent my offering Blylhe sfnims, Democrat of Paris. to arrange for tho national gather the reservations." Interrupted Senntor ing in Juno. Kellogg. ITALY BEGINS FIUME SIEGE "Of course not," retorted Senator Lodge. "You can offer all the changes Washington, March 9. The res you want." Stringent Blockade Is Established ervation on equality of voting Against Commodities Only ChilSenator Williams of Mississippi power In the League of Nations broko Into tho debate with n sarcastic dren to Be Given Food. was readopted by tho Senato today remark about all the bipartisan comFlume. March 1. A siege of Plume by a voto of 57 to 20 had promises falling by the wnyslde. afler has begun with a stringent blockade been modified on motion or it Re"Yes." agreed Senator Lodge, "Just tho against commodities. Including foodwhere jour treaty has fallen. And I publican leaders. stuffs. don't care." "Perhaps we may appear to be "That's what I thought all along." those occupying Fllenient toward retorted. Washington, March 9, A modi-fle- d Senator Wllllrmswrangling General Cnvlglla of the ume," said Considerable occurred forces, "but It Is not so. government drart of tho Republican Article over reservation No. 7 under which no We shall exercise an Iron blockade X reservation to tho peace treaty is one Is authorized to represent tho Uniagainst the forces of flabrlele understood to havo been assented ted States In the league without auI am not offering them the to today by n number of Republican thority of congress. The bipartisan slightest atom, but the children must conference: rewrote the original reserbe cared for. That Is why I allowed leaders worUng with tho Demovation, leaving Its meaning .tho same. 200 children to come out of Flume and crats for a ratification compromise. 7 "r"'0"1 '.j Withdraws Assent Ar altered the reservation read: "The United States withholds Its assent to articles 150, 157 nnd 158 (the Shantung settlement provisions) and reserves full liberty of action with respect to any controversy which may nlrse under said articles." Senator Hitchcock offered a mild substitute for tho reservation, which ivas defeated, :i to 87. The flnai vote on the reservation as modified was .48 to 21, all the negatlyjj votes being I ' Tho recent dissolution of tho Japanese Diet suggests the difficulty that is arising in regard to llio system of government. There is. a strong parly springing up that wants amoro democratic form of procedure in Japan. Thcro is not uniform support, either or the policy Ipward Korea ,dp toward Russia. Such a movement would prove a wholcsomo check lo certain ambitious projects which only an autocratic system could carry through. Sir Horaco Plunkett, the Irish leader, who has Just returned to his country rrom a visit lo tho United Slates, has expressed somo disapproval or tho Homo Rulo Bill now Dcroro tho English Parliament. It is his belief that it would eventually work out to tho advantage of tho Ulster section which would havo homo rule, whllo tho largo part of Ireland would bo under control of tho northern part. In referring to his visit lo tho United Stateg ho spoko of tho largo fooling which ho met whorover ho went. anti-British D'An-nunzt- 1 -- It is something of a surprise to And tho president of a largo oil corporation, operating in Mexico, como lo tho support or President Wilson's Mexican policy and yet do-ron- so proceed to Milan." of the administration of tho port. CONTENTS RUSS COLD KILLS HUNDREDS Refugees Suffer Twenty Years Shortage of Fuel, In Worst Storm In South Great In PAGE 1.. Editorials; Ky., U. S, World News. PACE 3. PAGE 3. Bcrca College Nows. Serial Story; Too much lied Tapo in America; Washing- GETS ton Letter. $1,000,000 FOR BONUSES London, March 8. Severe frosts and snow hurricanes have prevailed In southern Russia with an Intensity unprecedented In twenty years, soya a Moscow wireless message. There Is a great shortage of fuel and the suffering of refugees Is terrible, hundreds of them having been frozen to death. Madison, Wis., Mnrch 4. Tho largest single check ever received by the state came to the office of tho secretary of Department. state from Milwaukee In the form of a Sunday-scho- ol PAGE 7. Lesson; payment of 11,000.000 for soldiers' Publlo bonus money. This Is about Kontucky Sermon; of the amount required to pay School Legislation; Unions to the bonuses. Thousunds of drafts were Give U. S. Law TryouL sent to the adjutant general to b PAGE 8. East Kentucky passed on to the soldier hoys. PAGE 4. Bcrca Locals. PAGE 5. Berca Locals. PAGE 6. Mountain Agrlculluro; Hugo Loaguo of Farm Duroaus; A List of Select Hooks; Homo Wisconsin Secretary of State Receives Money to Be Paid Soldiers-Dr- afts Sent Out ALL YANKS Last OUT OF SIBERIA Troops Leave the American Country for Home, 8ays Mot-coWireless. March 4. London, Tho American troops have virtually completed their evacuation of Siberia, the soviet government reports from Moscow. The wireless dispatch from tho Russian capital said that "the last American detachment evacuating Siberia" bad reached Vladivostok. road and was followed Saturday by an order for a strike on all the railways of France, but reports from various quarters have Washington, March 0. Rear Admiral Sims today told tho Senato told of the failure of the men to walk Committee investigating tho navy's out The mobilization for military duly of the rullroud men, adopted by I conduct of tho war that tho failure the government as a measure' to comof tho Navy Department lo act bat tho strike, resulted, the governpromptly on recommendations nnd ment announced. In the response of CO to place tho country's entlro naval per cent of the men called upon. The Federation of Labor considered resources at tho disposal or tho allies within six months artcr tho culling a general strike In all the trades United States eptored tho war pro- such a as a last resort, but abandoned plan. The government longed tho strugglo for at least four the arrest at MTral of the caused strike months. Ho added that it unnecesleaden. Washington, March 10. Tho American Federation or Labor ' is preparing to tako tho most activo part in tho coining campaign which has over marked ils participation in politics. Not only will it undertake lo mako Ils influenco felt in the goneral election, but in state, county, municipal and other local elections anil in tho primary elections or nominating conventions or all political parties. FRANCE'S RAIL that has occurred in tho recent STRIKE ENDS or tho Forces . Mobilization of the Military Found a Hard Nut to Crack. French Paris, March 2. The strike on the railroads has ended. An understanding was reached between the directors of the railways and the men, and the national federation Immediately ordered the resumption of work. The strike began last week on the Ho sneaks of r.n u U9 Uli UUIU and conscientious administrator who is unnging oruor out or chaos, and asserts that tho Mexicans gavo his oil company no troublo becauso they mado it a praotico lo conform to tho laws of Mexico and abldo by tho requirements under which thoy wero to operate A significant movo has been mado towards a federation of the stales or Central America. Opposition comes mainly from Guatemala, but pressuro is being exerted to over-cothat. Such a now stato would bo likely to give stability to Latin American affairs and check any kunbitious projects or Mexico to movo towards tho Canal Zone, ft Is probablo tho United Slates would look with tavor on such a fedcra-tio- n. policy by Mr. Guffoy. sarily Jeopardized tho outcome. Tho opening of trade (Ceatlaaea ea rolations ftf Hve) Pago Two THE CITIZEN JULES FALK In nn Issuo of "Musical America," clpal musical centers of Europe." Normal M. Falk, tho famous violinist, will nppcar In Dcrea Collego Chapel, OARRETT KNIOHT nt 7:30 on Friday evening, March Ho will bo assisted by Miss 13th. Garrett Knight, a student of tho Kslollo Wcnlworlh, who has a most Normal Department died at tho 'Colenviable reputation as a dramatic lege Hospital Sunday, March 7, at soprano, nnd by Miss Malvlna Ehr-- 1 1:30 p.m., of pneumonia. loli, pianist, a protego of tho celeHis homo was In Left Hand, W. Vn. Ho wns born October 17, 1002. brated Ilusslan virtuoso, Josef Garrcll was n bright, cncrgcllo fellow and well liked by his school males. Ho has a slslcr in lho VoIlls schoolcational Department. mates extend Iholr deepest sympathy to her". Sho and her father Hr wcro with him until tho end. Tho liiiiiiiiim Normal Department Is grioved at tho loss of this member; for thoy had learned to lovo him. March II, 1020. General College News REVIVAL IN COLLEGE CHAPEL Department Vocational Schools trasl of tho salaries. arc Falk's nchlcvcnlpnU Jules DEMOSTHENES LITERARY ?pokcn of ns follows: "What Jules SOCIETY evangelistic cam- - Va Tho eight-da- y na9 nrliicvcd by liis energy, Program for March 13, 1930 pnlgn closed Suntlay ovonlng. un- - nrttslio cnlhusiasm and porsonall Achlovcmonls of Iho South dor Uio leadership of Dr. J. E. ly, Is shown by tho extraordinary .. Wm. O. Gougo Holms, of Boslon.'and President E. Interest aroused during his P&st Tho nencflts of a Literary Society T. FranHIn, of Union College, Nathan Allison n great number of students wcro led to accept Christ or Americans Dovolopmont( rtateigh n. Hosklns to consecrate thctnswjlves lo life A Talk on Politics ... John Jennings servlro In rebuilding the world on Vi .pHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHBk. Delmlo: Resolved, 'That Wo Should Christian 'principles. Hnvo a System of Rural High Meetings wcro held In tho Main Schools. Chapel every evening of tho week, Affirmative: Clarcnco Manning. Mr. and most of tho veok in tho mornMorshon; Negative: Carl Pulllam, ing at 0:30. Meetings at this hour Leo Robins. wore held both In Main nnd Uppor Chapels. Dr. Helms addressed tho Mr. Willlnm Helm, son of tho Collego nnd somo of tho Normal evangelist, who sung his way lotho COLLEGE vs. NORMAL students in tho latter placq nnd Monday afternoon, the second henrls of tho pcoplo during lho President Franklin tho remainder of tho sltidenls nnd the citizens In basketball gamo of tho scries was meetings Inst week, spoko lo lho played between tho Collego nnd students of Iho Senior English tho former. A number of special meetings wcro held In tho several Normal Departments. It was a very clas last Friday afternoon on lho departments on different days. Beexcltfng gamo and neither team subject of "Wasto.'' Mr. Holm also sides this, tho evangelist talked ,ccmed to bo able, lo shoot tho kindly sang a hah hour, last Friday personally to a largo number or basket, as they played several ovenlng, (o tho girls of Kentucky who desired to consult students minutes beforo thcro was any Hall. Miss Dimple Darrah. of lho Homo with him. score to count. Normal team won Groat emphasis was laid upon tho first four points, then Collego Selcnco deparlment, has gono to tho need of unselfish giving of reached tho samo number and lliis her homo at Falrmounl, Gn, for a oneself to Christ In servlco for was tho score for qulto a while. mtirh needed rest. Wo hopo for Miss Estelle Wentworth, Soprano was No encouragement others. Normal soon took tho lead and kept her full restoration to health. tho lime. given to those who might desire Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Goudcy, on (ine noint ahead aJl ESTELLE WENTWORTH salvation from any selfish motive. Words cannot adequately describo When time was called tho score Monday evening, entertained nt Jules Falk Tho true Christian must loso his tho infinite charm and richness of was a Uo; but Iho Normal mado their homo the following students: Ilfo in saving others. A new vision Miss Wcntworlh's voico, nor give a ono scoro during tho flvo minulc4 Misses Ellon Dameron nnd Clara of Christian living was given to American lours The generous r2 true Impression of hor magnetic nf extended timo. Tho final scoro Terrlll. nnd Messrs. Robert Hall and many. Robert Carpenter. cognition given Falk and his art by personality. It has been by theso stood 0 to 8 In favor of Normal On the last night tha Main Chapel ti,o country's most prominent mu- -j olusivo qualities that sho. has won Thomas Brown, who has4 boon Each, team has won ono game, so was crowdod. After tho sermon scai organizations attests tho high hcr remarkablo triumphs as an art-n- nd the next ono decides who is Iho spending a few days with tho homo a strong exhortation lo enlist cstimato of his abilities, and has jst. rnlks, nt Po Wco Vnllcy, Ky, has winner of Uic series In tho service of Jesus Christ in won for njm a SCcuro placo amongj relumed lo school. Miss Wentworth returned When saving humanity, those In tho con- - lno representative masters of tho (0 America at tho outbreak of the Misses Ackle McClcllan andv?cl-ph- a The Academy grcgalion who were ready to givo vioun UVnr sho had unquestionably csiaD- Jones, of tho Business departIhVir lives in this scrvico wero ment, left recently for Baltlo Creek, Falk's own narrative is Interest- - Hshcd a reputation throughout AND SIGMA TAU LIT asked lo stand; and about nine- - ng Mich. They Intend lo continue "Aside from an early desiroj Europe as an opera and concert ADELPHIC ERARY SOCIETIES WILL tenths of tho vast audienco aroso.ito posscss a violin," ls their studies in Uio fall. "I felt singer of cxcepttonal merit. DEBATE number consisted of thrco an innato longing lo play one. At ginning at the Dessau Ducal Opera, It hns been observed that J. R. Tho students of the Academy aro Bridges, tho popular college barber, . " ,uio ago oi uigut my miner uuus.n. aucr unismng uer avuuica in raris, " ready given themselves to a "fe mo my first violin. For weeks I was Florence and Berlin, 1icr brilliant '"'" "!?, f,0r has been making weekly trips lo ' Lexington. service neioro uio meetings do- -! permitted only lo open tho case and singing, and a rcpcrloiro of over. ",i we wonder. What Is tho attraction, hl b,.e,lwaccn " ca gnn; second, those who had been Iook upon lho instrument. Tho' thirty-liv- e ,ff,C" operas, soon brought her' Christians, but had done very little announcement that lessons wcro to into prominence. Miss Bessie Partee, of tho Homo ,! Invitations to Sigma, 1,a.U9; in,3 great Interest for the Klnsrdom! nnd third, those .uk imm.,,. ai ing tho principal prima j Scienco department, left last Saturwho had been brought to Christ ten I had progressed sufficiently to at "great performances" at tho noy-- 1 being shown. Both societies havo day for a few days' visit to her strong teams and an interesting do homo clly, Nashville, Tcnn. during tho meetings. I al Opera Houses in Vienna and Bor- play in public. is anticipated. Thoso who had accepted Christ Miss Cora Mao Turpln, of RichLater, apparently warranted by Un, and fit tho Opera Houses in bate Tho question is "Resolved, That mond, was a guest over Sunday of and were ready to servo Him wero progress, I determined to take les- - Frankfort and in Florence, Italy, en- tho United States, within tho next tho Misses Ada nnd Alma Smith, at asked lo sign tho following decla- sons from Prof. Ottokar Sevcik, riched her artistic achievements. twelvo months, should grant lho Kentucky Hall. ration: prior to my present whose letters Philippino Islands their indopen "Asking God's help, I dedicate inB myseiff wcro anything but en A delightful surpriso was given donee, on condition that tho United tho students of Miss Baldwin's myseir to tnc tasic or reminding tna C0Uraging. Ho wrote, 'My lesson States assumo a protcctoralo over English classes on Tuesday mornhours aro filled, don't come' The tho Islands." "In whatever work of life I under last .meertago was sufficiently la ing, when Miss Childs appeared and Tho Adclphlc society is repre favored them with a story-tellin- g lake, I promise to follow the tcach- - conic to make mo moro determined. Ings and principles of Jesus Christ r sented by R. 0. Garden, R. M. Rog hour. traveled to Prague, played, and was E. Shell ers, W. E. Bllbrcy and and will from this timo publicly, ncceplcd. After almost four years Tho students nnd faculty havo pledge my loyalty to Him and His who affirm tho question, and the very much enjoyed lho echoes from of study with Sevcik, I began preSigma Tau society is represented tho Y. M. cause." A. Conrcrcnco hold at parations for my debut in London. by Raymond Dingus, Beckham Now. Danvillo recently, In lho way of "With a career begun I left no kirk, E. J. Wells and Lovl Brooks a general outline of tho program STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE opportunity unchallenged. I trawho deny it Next week jnu will receive the veled, I familiarized myself with and synopses of the leading adTho winners will debato with dresses, given In tho dining room last Citizen that comes lo you as a lho work of great painters, great arPi Sigma, lho winnors of tho debate by the delegates; viz, Herbert Wadgift from the College. Of course you chitects and writcra. I realized tho with tho Beta Alpha society a few dle, John Dunbar, Ralph Darrah. havo appreciated tho gift. It has necessity of a wide knowledge of weeks ago. Tills final debato will Irving Jones, Arthur Franklin, and meant tho expenditure of several other arts as an essential lo my own determine tho championship for tho Clinton Fugalo. hundred dollars by tho Collego to and that individuality, if there be Academy. Our hearts go out In most heartsubscribe for Tho Citizen for all the my. must bo developed by a know- students for tho Winter Term felt sympathy at this llmo to our ledge of tho great work of masters. You have enjoyed tho collego page classmato jmd Dorris student. "Following a series of recitalj in Foundation School Knight, whose brother, GarretJ, of and tho serial story and many other London and a concert before-th-o late Miss Malvlna Ehrlich, Pianist good things. Next term wo aro go- King Edward, tho Normal ' Department, passed I was fortunato Jcsso Smith, of Clover Bottom, away Sunday afternoon, ing to get moro school news Wo enough to bo invited by ttm great at lho Colloft school this week on account of lego Hospital, after several days of aro making arrangements, with Belgian master, Ysayc, lo further FEDERAL BOARD CLUB MEETS tho illness of his father, no is Illness with typhoid pneumonia. student or two from every depart- - pursue my studies with him. Tho Tho Federal Board Club met Mon- - needed to do tho farm work. This loyal sister, as well as tho demeni to collect items tnat will In- -, decision was instant and after sev. Nick Clark, a Bcrea Foundation voted father, wns nt his bcdsldo alWo !r9t.L"- - each wantaWho.ocoI - era. years of study with. Ysaye student or two years ago, vlsltcu most continually, and everything umn from department every began to play concerts in the prin wcro placed at lwcnty.nvo cents.1 Berea this week. Mr. Clark Is now thai loving hands and hearts' could week. A new story will begin Tho club will moot weekly in Room superintendent of mines In tho Mo- - do to stay tho young llfo wns done. March 25. And it Is equal to or rcspondenco courses, ranging In 35 on Wednesday night. Tho term Kinney Stcol Company located at Mr. Knight and his daughter left better than "Tho Cow Puncher." -, Our terms to students aro sixty valuo from f to to $100 to tho most of office is three months. A con- Greasy Creek, Ky. Ho brought n with lho body on tho morning train worthy candidates, as far as tho stllutlon was adopted. Red, whilo nephew lo Bcrea to placo in school. Monday for their homodixLcft. Hand, cents a term for two papers, one to Blaln Parker, of Kingston. W. Va W. Va. Wo know what a sad homo tho student and tho other sent lo limits of the District Fund, ($1,769) and bluo aro tho colors of tho club. Sevcnty-flv- o will permit. These scholarships will cards aro lo bo visited Berea this week. Ho camo coming il was, and our hearts go his or her home. Or wo will send the two copies for a year for $2.00 provido free tuition, and under printed and sent to each Federal to placo his son in school. Foun-elud- out to (ho bereaved ones In most e Chester Thurston, another A single copy to a student will cost certain conditions, may also in- - j' Board man here, and it was rccom- tender sympathy. other necessary expenses. mended to have Doan Clark give datlon I boy, died .In tho Collego Hos- forty cents a torm or $1.25 a year. . . .1 1. uaun new man wno arrives. Tt .1 . miur a long fi, iuTheso rates apply to dormitory Tho scholarship becomes effoctivo uno m DOES EDUCATION PAY) Tho Club is going lo give a great ncss. His father was with him for at once. students. 0. L. Haynes big, juicy social in tho near future, several weeks. His remains was Tliis thought now. as usual, con Subscribe Now and We Shall Begin Collegiate Scholarships and believe mo, buddy, it is going taken for burial to Cabell, Wayno fronts us and somo aro not decided Your Subscription March 25. Tho State Commlttco of tho Y. M lo bo a "whopper." Plenty to eat County, Kyy whether it pays or not. High prices C. A. ,,as" 0 8"m. of 81580 to De.for all and a Jollv cood time. Il Is . !. - hinlcd lmU a commltteo s to bo In so many of tho leading magazines paid for labor during tho past flvo In Collcgiato Scholar EDUCATION FOR MEN llstrlbutcd years wcro caused by abnormal conships. Each scholarship provides alap inle(J to Y. M. C. A. Educational Service , Ho is probably tho of Amerlca kf ditions in the labor markoU Howsum ranging from 150 lo $300, ac leges. ThO Young Men's Christian As.most widely read and discussed ever high wages may bo, at prcsont, , sociation has a national plan or cording to tho needs of tho appliWatch for our Society program. Action writer of loday. "Tho Man no sign now long they will con-tineducational service for men who cant, and may bo applied on tho Wo aro going to mako things hum Nobody Knew'' Is ono of his oddest is to bo that way. These condi bolongcd to ttip uniformed foroe tuition, books, board and lodging, when wo get under headway; and and most interesting creations, tions will not last always, and those clo., during tho full collego year you of tho United Slates in tho Great needn't try to slop us for wo, Watch for tho first installment on who expect lo stand tho tcsl of timo War, which includes vocational 1)es'nn'ns with lho term beginning must bo educated. Previous to guidance, lectures, and free scholar early In 1020. Applications for Cpl Therefore, who says tho Federal this timo ncoplo wcro thoroushly leglato Scholarships should bo mado Board men ships in schools colleges and unihaven't enough zip and convinced' that it paid to bo educa versities and in many kind of home through tho County Educational pep to run an organization by their ted, but now .being wrought up Sorvico Commlttco, which will mako Ionesomes? Well, study correspondence courses. This for answer, wo over tho unsettled conditions of plan is boing operated through the recommendations to lho Stale Com- leave this with you: "Watch us labor thoy mav dcoldo that It doc roumaia Tit gmi grow and go I" State Commlttco of tho Y. M. G. A. mittee. not pay. It pays because tho wel- Application blanks and further and tho local city and County asrare or tho present and fuluro genInformation may bo obtained from sociations. erations 'depends upon tho knowlEach City or County Association lho members of tho County CommitOUR SERIAL STORY edge of tho educated. It Is true, is authorized to appoint an Edu- tee, or by writing State District As you havo doubtless discovered in comparison, that somo of the Secretary or Supervisor Educational our cational Service Commltteo which serial story, "The Cow lyncher," professional nconlo of tho United will roceivo applications for scholar- Work, 345 Y. M. a A. BIdg., Louis- is finishing in this issuo of FOR SALE BY The Slates do not got as largo salaries ville, Ky. Apply early. ships from men who aro Citizen. Thero havo been many, as do somo pcoplo of other occupaCounty Committees in this Disinterested in securing further eduwho havo expressed their apprecla-atlo- n Dewey tions. But. tho educated are the cation to prepare themselves for trict aro as follows: of tho story. Another has backbone of our civilization, whether a larger and moro useful career and Clark County, Gcorgo Tomllnson, been ordered. Chapel Building they get lho highest price for what who need financial assistance to Winchester; Scott County, Prof. Geo. Tho next story is an exceptionthey do or not. Wo will comparo Rogland, Georgetown; Boyle County, attain their purpose. ally good one too. The tille is "The tho salaries of 88 presidents of state Robert Dunn, Danville; Madison On or about March 20th, the Com Man Nobody Knew.' It s written by universities and tho stale colleges mltteo will award scholarship la County, Hart Perry, Rlohmoad; that most popular writer.Halworthy with tho salaries paid oeoDle of unly, Mack J. Morgan, y local or near-bschools and In Hall, whose stories are to be feus other oceep allocs ssd see the. eea- Bar-bourvl- jL , " Tho salaries of tho presidents of institutions of learning wero as follows: 2 received $12,000 each 7 received 10,000 each 2 received 0,000 each 1 received 8,500 8,000 each 2 received 7,500 each 2 received 4 received 7,000 each received 0,500 each 19 received 0.000 each 1 received 5,700 each 1 received 5,058 3 received 5,500 each 17 received 5,000 each 8 received 4,500 each 4,200 each 2 rocojved 3 received 4,000 each I received 3,500 each 3 received 3,000 each I received 2.000 Tho salaries of officers of an Important metropolitan financial institution were ns follows: President, $75,000. Six $20,000 lo $10,000 each. Cashier. $15,000. Assislant cashier, $5,000 tp $12,500. Oilier Junior officers; $5,000 lo J ts, $10,000. Chief clerk, $1,000. Tellers, $2,000 to $1,000. Heads of departments, $3,000. $2,000 lo ( Seeretnrles $1,500 to $3,500. lo executive officers, I I Bo-Th- i1 gi, J,,,v " l.SJ" k. i.n,i a a l.g SZXESnSS I "t 1 n-iuu- Stenographers. $1,000 to $1,000. Beginners. $50 lo $C0 a month. In addition gome of tho employees had access to n frco lunch counter, and a bonus; but tho presidents or institutions of learning received nothing extra except In a few enses houso rent wns given them. This shows a great contrast between the wnges of tho Iwo sets of men thus employed. The presidents of lho institutions of lenrning can look out over the country and sco tjio men making largo sums of money an-say, "Mr. Jones, the bank prosldcnt, I a graduate of my institution," but'.Mr. Jones cannot say thai Inn-eurany collego presidents gradu-nt- es of his bank. Men havo Icarped, regardless of wages, that sorvlce in the world is greater and more Important than tho almighty dollar. Tho dollar Is a good thing In its place, hut (hero aro places wherj lho dollar will not fit. In tho comparison of thcfe two bodies of men wo aro apt lo let our selves Incline towards tho men of tho bank, who aro good men nnd nro well educated, but bank presidents can never fnake a country great. Tho reason why men of financial Institutions ore pafd largo salaries is becausotho maor who can bring tho largest returns to tho caplains of industry naturally receive n large salary. This is not becauso ho is a moro competent man. but becauso this is tho tendency of lho business world. Who digs the ditch? Who furnishes the world with Its supply of unskilled labor? it is tho uneducated. Tho industries of art nnd profession call lho trained men and women to tho ranks of its pursuits. It is a selfish motive to bo educated to escape the humblo work of Hfo; but it is high and noblo to bo educated to givo to lho world a life of unselfish service. Whatever may bo said, schools, colleges, and universities, wcro never fuller of stu dents than loday. Students have swelled tho ranks of all Institutions of learning, and toxt books havo been difficult to secure. This fact, regardless of high prices paid for unskilled labor, Is conclusive evidence that It pays to bo educated. It is a good tiling to bo educated for the sako of knowing. Wo cannot enjoy tho things around us unless wo havo a working knowlcdgo of them. It Is only when wo understand tho functions of lho flowers and their relation to man that wo 1 - really appreciate nature. Further, uo it Is a command. "Study to show thyself approved unto God." Almost all havo agreed that it Is good to know. Tho moro wo know the moro wo can do. So let us learn all wo can, and count it a blessing lo help others and lo know. Want Car Rule WiiKlilncton, Ma nil ilit' mtIoiih Munition tin' coal ftiipply, tho cimiiiiiIshIoii ; Continued. 5. xtlll existing Id llvrause of SNAPFIL runei m Interstate com-iur- '( nil cnrrlrm nil shipper to eonllmiu In -- ftYct for iln pri'xrnt tin uniform rules of cur iiil.v rxliiMIMuMl by tho rnllroad (! link I'd iiiliilKiriitlnn. 2,000 Army Men May De Reduced. Wuhliliigtoii. -- A ilnibtlc reduction permum-nt L.Trosper oilU'cri of thourtuy, effective Murdi 13, hug been ordered by Geuerul Peyton C. Murch, Chief ot Starr. Of approximately 3,000 oillcera now runkluj; higher tliun their permit-neappolntweutB, ubout 2,000 probably will bo returned to their regular status. Field otllcers only will be uf fected. The number of oltlcers holding General rank U now within the allowance, und there .will bo no cut la the grades otolllcers below tho rank ot Major. Finals list for demotion have uot been compiled yet. rank of lo nt .Mn rcli II, Mil). Tilt Ctil.I S 1 WDRKS COUNCILS CLOSELY STUDIED Page Tlirp home, where the brown hills rise nrotind and the placid mountains look down from the distance, nnd n tongue of spruce trees beyond the strcnm stands sentinel ngnlnst the open prairie, she Is cnrrylng on, not In despondency nnd bitterness, but In service nnd In hope. And so her sisters, nil this world over, must carry on, until their sweetBy ness and their sacrifice, shall flit up and NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL B Clutnorc CONFER. I I I have had many letters to write since flood over nil thp valleys of bate. Kitchener, and other poem ENCE BOARD REPORTS WHAT And If you should chance that my service began a a nurse In the war. ismwstwss ty mrta Mysr IT HAS LEARNED. but never have I approached the tak J way, and If you should win the with such he must give you bear myself SYNOPSIS. Hqirucc nnt cotton woodT "while on the It I could; but It I not nil pain; under- may stand lor you nnd say, with his neath It, running through It In some way voice filled with the honor and the TOO SOON FOR CONCLUSIONS CTIAPTEn with hl father on upland beyond sleek steers drowned I cannot explain, Is a note so much deeper glory nnd the pride of It: small, badly, managed ranch. David In the sunshine, nnd fnr to Hip west than pain that It must be Joy. "My father was a soldier. Tie was Iden hat reached the ai of eighteen Tou have already been advised with few educational In ward the Itockles slept unconcerned to vid Klden was among those whothat Da- killed ut Cotircelctte." Generally, It It Found, These Commit-tee- s fell at eldent to the auto In , which I)r, Hardy, ana nia aaugn. their dr porles of nfternonn purple, TUB KffD. Have Good Effect on Labor j.Miurut raaiciii iMiysii-innIs the, scenes the ryo took In with- - Courcelette, It of trite to say that you have Conditions but Do Little to Increase p'n.w e.ementTn.o the sympathy a grateful nation, How grateful the nation really Is we shall Productive Efficiency. ',;,,,r,.n n,,n7l w,,il,n"t , OUR NEXT SERIAL know by Its treatment of the heroes who on then thins more, developi between Irene and This brings us lo tlio end of "Tho washed rnnch buildings almost In the survive the war and of the dependents of By JAMES P. HORNADAY. those who have crossed over nut nothi tMAI'TKH II. Irene areatlv enlnv lha I tl.n.l,,.., i. Many have of the knowledge ' " ...! i 'ranch ing can arob you part Nothing conthat he Cow Puncher." delighted told us Washington. A recent study on Unconventional freedom of ranch flfe7 and! ,' played man's debar that lliey wero her arjuMnlanceshlp with David rlpene Iy n ranch almost liny with tho works councils In the United States you from that universal fellowship or nio Biircuon yn ur. uaray-- recovery mennt K"""!!' the young people part, with the under- I sympathy which Is springing up wherever slory. Wo have selected nnotherand by tho national Industrial conference I soon stood nt the door. My knock manhood Is valued at Its worth, standing that David will aeek to Improve ordered il. It Is to begin March 25. hoard, furnishing another evidence of hie .position In life and they will meet nttrncted n little chop of two nm n A new Order has been born Into the The title Is "Tim Man Nobody the widespread Interest In plans for gain. world; the Order of Buffering, Not that It representation of employees In IndusCHATTEll litThe eudden death of his half or three years; his stout hnnds la new, been with us father leaves DaWJ with practically shoved the screen hnck, and I found the first either. It has Into the shadow lnce Know;" and tho author is that pop- try, covers 170 companies or corporamother went for ular Jlcllon writer Halworthy Hall, nothing but the few bare aarea of the myself tions having works councils In i!2!i uhered Into his company. her first child, but always suffering has rancn, me ewer man having tnrougn whoso stories aro read perhaps different Industrial plants, affecting income. There evidently was no one elsu nliout. been Incidental, a matter of the Individ?.f " David dehta paid.Plon. goes to the nenreat I ual, a thing to be escaped If possible. Hut inoro than the 1 Visited, nnd we tttlked stories of any other approximately r00,U00 workers. In on those now It Is universal, a thing not to be town, determined to keep his promise tol Irene br sraulrine an education and mak to those plans created as n reIng himself worthy of her He secures the things which nre of Importance In the escaped, but to be accepted, readily, writer lo 'ay. bravely, even gladly. And all who so acsult of awards of the nntlonnl war flret work offered, driving a team for a world of cept It enter Into the new Order, and wear coal denier, and meets a man named labor board, the fdilpbullillng labor "Muwer's don to the wlvcr," he It Intlgnlo, which Is unselfishness and about his own age, by whom he Is adjustment board, and other governconfided. "Klin turn hnck pwetty sympathy and service. And In that Order you shall not be least, measured by either ment nct'iieles, there ore 105 which CHAPTEP. V -- Attracting the favorable soon." your attention or tne managing eunor or a were voluntarily put In operation by "And father?" I asked "Where Is acceptsacrifice or the spirit In which you newppaper, David hecomes a reporter. It. Edith, acutely sensible of his good looks he!" employers. The term "works council" Hut you are yearning for his last word; and general worth'nees, falls In love with which has not been generally adopted Into the dark eyes came n deeper for some voice which will seem to you him. though with the memory of Irene In lmost out of the grave, In this country, wns determined upon, his heart David does not percetvs IL look; they suddenly shone with the now happy atovoice able to bring you and I am be that the report stntei, as being more defiCHAPTEH VI -- David advances to a po- spirituality of n life only three years word. It wa something more than chance nite nnd exnot than thnt of "shop comsition of responsibility on the newspaper. removed from tJie Infinite. Ily what that guided me that nlght-- aa It Is every Conward renews acquaintanceship with Instruction, I ATTACK MADE BY LANE AS SEC- mittee" which lins been commonly nftenvard wondered, by issthL were well behind the line David, for Ms own advantage, lie sees, We of actual he town I "rloe" for a boom through! what nlmost divine charm had shebeen lighting, used. t RETARY OF INTERIOR I.EAVE8 but I had become detached from David secures the backing of the news-- 1 Owing to the comparatively brief s. hemes In which ha ts Inter nblo to Instil Into his young mind the my party In moving to another station; CABINET POST. ' Darvr for lost. If you like, yet not lost; never have experience of nearly nil the existing I rone so directly to so great a destination. committors, no recnmmendntlon ns to CHAPTEP. IV -- Naturally of clean mind. ii rtir uirrv twin priue. nun iMjiueiiuiiK While trying to get my location, I became ' of works councils aware or a presence. It will sound strange Capital Officials Said to Be Inefficient the estnbllshment David determlnca to get away from hla more than pride nilorntlon, perhaps uncongenial surroundings, to you, but I Is mnde In the report, which gives n and Kate brings him Into contact with Mr Melvln In his words as he straightened up and your presence. became Intensely aware of Because Organization Is Compli- brief nccount of Of course I their development "My father Sot be you. In the flesh, but knew It could Duncan, who ee the Inherent good In the said In perfect Kngllsh: you It seemed System Retiring cated Adviser from fcoy and welrnmet him to hla home, where the comparatively recent date of to be, nevertheless. I moved as though whs a soldier. lie was killed nt he meets Edith, hla host's pretty daughter, Points to Possible Improvement. 11)01, when the first known example of led by an Invisible hand, and presently I and begins the coveted education, found n works committee wns formed. bit In the VII. lloth men CIIAITKll become The I looked In his little sunburnt face, gloom a could of shattered wall. I wealthy during the "boom," and when It Just discern the form of a Western Newspaper Union News Service. report makes n dlstlnctlorf between the In his dark, proud eyes, anil presently u man lying In the shelter of the wall If la nearlng Its Inevitable end David discovers, through Mlaa Morrlaon, society strange mist enveloped the room. How you could call It shelter It 'rose scarce a Washington. Washington, principle of collective dealing by emOlllclal of the newspaper on Clltor employed, that Irene which he had many little faces, bow many pairs of foot above the ground, Hardy la liv"a combination ot political caucus, ployees of individual establishments I knelt beside him and turned my ing In town, with her mother ejes! It wns Just fading nwny when a on hi face. It was pale even throughtorch drawing room nnd civil service bu- with, their employers nnd collective the hnrcnlnlng, which Involves recognition CIIAPTKIl VIII. The narrative turni to step sounded on the wulknnd I urosc brown skin; the eyes were closed: the hair the Hardya, In their eastern home. Mra. as she reached tin- - door. was wet and plastered on the forehead: reaus," containing "stntesinen who are of labor unions ns nrgnnlzntlons, nnd Hardy unavailing!? seeks a "brilliant" there were ameara of blood on It and on match for Irene, nnd renlltea that her "The Man of the House hai mnde hla checks. As my light fell on his Hps politicians nnd politicians who nre stnfes thnt the Institution of works daughter affections are placed elsewhere. not statesmen" Is organized poorly councils Includes flcreptnnce of the Irene confesses to her Intensely annoyed mn nt home," I managed to say. "I they framed a smile. former principle only. "Ileenle," he said, "It was good of you mother her attachment to David Hlden, am shipwrecked 011 the hill for n little for Its tnsk which "fewer men of to come. I knew you would come." the Cow 1'uncher The sudden death of gasoline." How They Are Distributed. Dr. Hardy lenves the two women with am here. Dave," I answered, and I larger capacity would do better." Such "I only a few thousand dollars, and Mra. A tabulation of works councils by "There Is plenty out In the field, think you will forgive the Impersonation. Ilardy'a hralth necessitating her residence Is nn epitome of the views of Frank- Industries shows that 144 were found In a drier climate they move to the where the tractor Is," she replied. "You "Now let me nnd out where 'you are hurt western city where David Elden la a .will find It without difficulty. Or If and well "nx you up, and get you 'moved lin K. Lane, retiring Secretary of the In the metal trades, while 81 were 'dispresently cltlien of Importance, t nnd He opened his eyea and looked at me Interior, expressed In a characteristic tributed over other Industries, joti euro to wait here, Charlie may be rs. Hardy entera fully along presently." CHAlTEIt with the strange look of a man whose parting report to the President on the thnt In the distribution by size of esInto the "boom" spirit, and while engaged Is of In purchasing a house from Conward tablishment the majority were found Ilrr voice bad sweet, modulated threadIt's consciousness he half unraveled. "Oh, Edith." David meeta Irene again, and her mother tones, with Just that toucfi of pathos had taken you. In. "Funny.said, when he occasion of leaving public life In plants having over !00 workers. Of me I thought It He vainly endeavor to prevent Mrs more than twenty years' service the pnrtlculnr Interest wns the distribuHardy Investing In real estate, perceiving which only the Angel of Suffering was Irene, f must hovo been dreaming." I questioned him again about hla wound last seven In the disaster at band, but ahe I obstinate. knows how to mid. And her face wns tion nccordhiK to the extent of trnde the Cabinet. began feeling hla hair. "It's not CIIAITKIt X. Conward. whom David la fair, and gentle, and a little sad, and and "Washington," says the retiring Sec- unionism. There were 81 plants from there." he said. "Guess I got It all over coming to dlatruit. acquire an rapidly my hand. They got me this time. Don't Information was received on very sweet. aacend.mcy over Mra. Hardy, who ha retary, "Is rich In brains and charac- which subject, wate time on me. never llkrd David, Invariably referring to this nnd but two of these "He has told me," I said. There may have a chance." Some other fellow him as the Cow 1'uncher. David presses ter. It Is honest .beyond commercial were "closed nonunion shops" nnd one seemed no reason why I should not Irene to marry him at once, but he I Wound, with a little examination, that " unable to fully make up her mind The say It. She had entered Into the sis-- the case was a bad as he supposed. For- standard. It wishes to do everything other nomlnnlly so. Out of nhout six"boom" bursts and Mrs. Hardy nnd her tunately, the wound had Induced a local that will promote the public good, but ty firms reporting the percentnge of Investment little better than worthlens. paralysis and ho was not suffering to any Is organized Inspired by Conward, who la aervlng hla poorly for the task that union labor In their employ only great degree. I placed my hand In hli own end. he blame Klden. David diseleht had no union members, while cover Conward leeklng to take advantage and felt hla grip tighten on It. " belongs to It." of the Innocence of a young girl working "I'm going to stay till It's over, Dave. In the "Fewer men of larger capacity the number of trade unionists ranged In the ottlce, and thwart him. , We'll see It out together." mnjorlt.v nf the establishments "Thai's decent." he answered, and then would do the task better. Ability Is from 20 to 00 per cent nf the force. CIIAITKIt XI -- After a violent quarrel, was still for quite a time. during which Darld strikes Conward, the "I've often wondered what was on the not lacking, but It Is pressed to the The details of organization, the latter makes threat nffalnst the hnpplncs other lde." he said, at length. "I 'shall point of paralysis because of an of Irene and David, which David treala scope of the plnns, and the functions with contempt Irene finally agrees to know presently." of details, and an unwilling- nnd nctlvltles of the works councils marry David, though her mother strongly "You-arnot afrnldT" I whispered. disapprove of the match. Mrs. Hardy ness on the part of the great body nre dealt with In considerable detail, And-r"No. Only sort turn to Conward for consolation, and he erent. I guess It's reverent. . . Vou Immediately sera a chance to "get even" responsi- but It Is In the chapter on "Iixperlence know I haven't been much on religion. of public service to take with David by enticing him Into a situaNever seemed to get the formula. What bility. Kvery one secuis'to be afraid with works councils" thnt the main tion with n woman of the town under circumstance that will compromise him, Is the formula? I mean the key the of every one. Interest lies, since heretofore, owlnc The thing that gives It all In one word?" lAinorumlly, the cre- to their brief existence, there hns sense Is CIIAITKIt XII -- David almost fall Into "In one 'He that loseth the trap, which I set In hi omce, but la ative sense atrophies. Trust, confi- been little Information collected ns to his life shnll find It.' " I quoted. saved bv the appearance of the young son He did not answer, but I could see hli dence, enthusiasm these simple vir- the results nttnlned by the commitMerton, to whom the firm hss sold of Mr lips imlllng again. His breath was more tues land that la practically worthless. The nf nil great business, are the ones tees. There nre various factors which boy tells him his father Is dying, and labored. A few drops of rain fell, and most lacking In Government organiza- affect the miccos of such attempts, savin arrnngra 10 visit mm ai once. MCO' some of them spattered on his face, Ing he ha failed, the woman ronfesaea Presently he chuckled. It was an etry tion. We have so many checks und which must be taken Into consideraner part In the plot and Involve Conward. sensation, out on that broad nlaln ol brakes upon work that our progress tion, the report states, such as "the Maddened at hi nnrtner' trrarherv death, alone by the side of this man whe Individual circumstances under which waviu pecure a revolver, neiermineu 10 was a'lready for Into the shadojw-- to heat t,ws not kleP l",ce wltl tlle nation's punisn nun. but nrt accompnniea the boy. Charlie, to hla home They find Merton him chuckle, requirements. We could save money they were formed, differences In type dead, nnd David, after making necessary of organization, the ehnrncter of rela"That splash of water you remember arrangement for the care of the body, It made me think ot the time we pulled for the Government If we bad (tnore tions employer between nnd emtakea Charlie to Irene. At the house the old car Into the stream, and the har- discretion as to bow we should use ployees, the personality of the manDavid meela Conward, and he lend him to believe Irene I deliberately false to "My Father Was a Soldier He Wat ness broke or something, nnd I had to that given to us. For the body of the agement, thi type of carry you. You remember that, Iteente?" civil sen-antKilled at Courcelette." him. Now angered beyond control. David there should be quicker size of establishment, employees, the I about to end Conward' life, when Irene I could only say. "Yes." and press till nnd Industrial promotion or dlschnrge, and a sure Inne doe It terhood nnu imvki believe intervene, Hint unlvcrsnt sisterhood of hand. Ills mind was back on the old. old for love of Conward. He denounce her surance when disability comes. For conditions prevailing nt ,the time of trails. and In almost tnaane anger leaves the suffering which tho world has known their Introduction." He became suddenly sober. house, In these long, lonely years. . . . Ilrownle was killed," he went "And when higher administrative ofllcers there on, "I said Effect Generally Beneficial. CHAPTEH regain Anil It was between us, for we were nil It was the Innocent thing that got caught bhould be salaries twice as high us to It Is stated that only a small minorcontrol of himself. David drive far Into In the family. There wns no occasion Perhaps I waa right. Ilut perhaps It's best thoso now given, nnd they should bo the country, unconsciously taking the to get caught. Not for the getting caught, made to feej that they nre the ones re- ity of the councils have been entirely direction of the ranch where he had first to scrape nciunlutnncii by slow, conbut for the the compensations. It's the sponsible met Irene, Rome measure of calmness refor the work of the depart- given up or have failed to work satInnocent men that are getting killed. And v stored, he determine to leave everything ventional thrust nnd parry. ment, the bead being merely an ad- isfactorily, and In most of these cases perhaps H'a best. Perhaps there are and Join the Ilrttlih army, then In conflict "Ves," rIio Rnld, sitting down nnd tho committees were established by with the Clerman horde, lleturnlng to worth while." viser and a constructor of policies. town he meet Kdlth Duncan, who had motioning, me to n chair. "I was bitter Ills voice was weaker, governmental ngencles to meet wnr I heard of hi trouble and aeeks to help him. at llrst. I was dreadfully bitter at close to catch his words. and had to lean emergencies. In general. It Is said Hhe convince htm ha haa been hasty In "I'm golng-ou- t," he said. "Kiss me. Slay Thousands of Helpless Armenians his condemnation of Irene. Edith's words first. Hut gradually I got n different that the committees have hnd n bene-flclhave their effect and David gives up his view of It. Oradually I came to feel Ileenle," Washington. And then I klased him for you. effect on labor conditions, alThe most brutal of all Idea of revenge, agreeing to forget all, Suddenly he sat up. "The mountalna!" Turkish atrocities the massacre of though In a few Instances they seem and know that all wo can feel and to at once to England, and enlist. he exclaimed, and his voice was alhrlll 10,000 Armenians and the murder ot to have aggravated labor troubles. day Edith visits know hero Is on the surface on the with the CHAPTER XIV.-N- eit of Irene and Informs her of her talk with outside, as you might Buy, nnd we moonllght-- pride the his .old hill. "8e the 8.1 Annenlan girls, who were under They evidently have been of Rome efon mouptalnal" David and of the latter" departure. Irene Then hi strength, which seemed to the direct protection of an American fect In reducing labor turnover, but determines to follow him and make him can't know tho purpose until wo are see the truth. After a long search Irene Inside. It Is us though life wero u have gathered Itaelf for this one last Mission House in Murash, Clllcln, there seems to be only n smnll amount vision of the place of his boyhood, gave finds David In Indon. He Is at Hrst riddle, nnd the key Is hidden, and the way. and he fell back, and he. did not Turkey, was reported to the State De- of evidence of an Increase In producobdurate, but Irene convinces him of her love and Innocence. He periuadea her to door behind which the key Is hidden Is apeak any more. partment. The massacre took place tive efficiency through their Influence give up her Idea of volunteering as an And army nurse, persuading her to go back called Death, And I don't bellevo It's defeat. whatIs can I addt. Dear, It Is not after fierce fighting between French or of reduction of tardiness or abIt promise. It Is hope. and cultivate the ranch, pointing out how all for nothing; I won't bellevo It's all There was evidence In Borne day we shall know. Hut until and Turkish forces. Tho French wero senteeism. he can aid the great cause by helping; to then we shall go on. It Is woman's bit compelled to withdraw, and the Turks moit enses reporting that a conservaproduce the food he foresees will be for nothing. greatly needed before the war la ended. to carry on, 'Then there Is the suffering," nhe In bitterness, Ilut not In despondency, not descended on the unprotected city and tive type of employee had been elector despair. He began continued, after n pause. I don't know didn't go out not In angerHe was their butchery. Americans In ed to membership, although approval that way. reverent why there should bo suffering, hut 1 and a little curious, and he went out the American College In Marash were of the ones selected was by no means CHAPTER XV. ktx ma. unanimous. nsl imAn iiilmn In general It was found know If there wero no suffering there with a smile. And we hall so on. and ftt the Turk, and tho thnt tho committees have been InstruAny philosophy which ncceptn the would be no kindness. It Is not until French. They were told It wns a ua- - mental In Improving the relations beprinciple that the great, overshadow- you nro bit hard hit that you begin doing, speoking.of our sacrifice? and employees, i saiute you. lister In the Order of But tlonal and not a local affair. It Is be tween management ing events of life are subject to an In- to think of other people. Until then ferlpg-a- nd ot hope, all Is selfishness. Hut we women we lieved here that all Americans are out nnd 23 establishments reported that telligent controlling Influence must of EDITH DUNCAN. of danger and they aro understood to labor difficulties have decreased or necessity grant that the sumo principle women of tho war we huvo nothing I handed the letter bnck to her, and nave left Marash with tho French been entirely eliminated through the left to bo sol fish for. Hut we have the applies to the most commonplace and agency of the committees. tvholo world to be unselfish for. It's for a time I bnd no words. "Won't you forces. very-daexperiences. Tho courso of let me tell Definite testimony of the effect of It the greatest stream of events may all different, and go cun never go back. length. "The the story?" I said, nt Blockade of Flume Begun. the councils on the spread of unionworld Is full of sorrow, We won't let It buck. We've puld well be deflected by Incidents so comFlume. A siege of Flume has been ism was given In 17 cases, seven nnd It needs voices' to give that sorrow nf monplace as to quits escape tho notlco too much to let It go buck." begun with u stringent blockade which reported nn Increase In union It was hard to And a reply. "I think words, nnd perhaps turn It Into hope of the casual observer. against commodities, Including food- membership, while among the remainos this letter does." I knew your husband a little," I venSome such thought as this comforted The report as n She hesitated, and I realized then how stuffs. "Perhaps we may appear to der It decreased. me or, at least, would have comforted tured. "He wns u n man." much I had nskqd. "It Is the story be lenient toward those occupying whole seems to show such a diversified "lie was all that," she said. She me, had I thought It when a leaking Cavlglto, of the experience that It Is difficult to genof my life my soul," she said. "Vet, Flume," said General Government forces, "but It Is not so. eralize as to the effect of the coun-rllgasoline tank left me, literally as well arose and stood for a moment In nn If It would help-:- -" attitude of hesitation; her lingers went as figuratively, high and dry In the "Without names," I hastened to ex- We shall exercise an Iron blockade to her lips as though enjoining cuutlon. foothills. The sun of an August afterCold Storage of Butttr. plain. "Without real names of places against the forces of Gabrlele I am not offering to them the noon blazed Its glory from a cloudless Then with quick decision she went Into or people." The federnl bureau of statistics room, from which she rw. slightest atom, but the children must rms been making further inquiries sky ; low In a valley to the left a rib- an Inner be cured forv- - That Is why' I ullowed with respect to the cold storage) mountain water turned In a moment with a letter. bon of silver-greeAp.d sqk.ln that little, whitewashed "Ifjou knew him you. may. cure to 00 children to come out of Flume and through. frlngcsof .Uusftiled-ltiw- ai proceed to Milan." per-sonn- l, m Jam rim Tiv COW PUNCHER Robert J.C.Stead rend this." sho snld. "It's very nnd yet, some way, everything Is Impersonal now, In n sense. There linn hcen such n common cnusc, nnd such n wnve of common suffering, that It seems to flood nut over the Individual nnd embrace us nil! So this Is renlly, In n dense, your letter as well ns mine." I took It nnd rend: ... Three-year-ol- tvtn idviniii &j:a&s&,'J52: a ttri .""'I three-year-old- Con-war- ! I TOO MUCH RED TAPE IN AMERICA business. It telle Us lli.il Hie Moni(, season for butter may be said lo begin in May and end In April. Storage holdings nre Increased during May, June, July nnd August,, and hence these months are known ns "storing months." Storage holdings are decreased during the months from September to April, Inclusive. These mouths ure known us "distributing mouths." September Is sometimes a storing month If the season Is late. The largest ninouut held In storage on the first of any month during a season Is known ns the "peak loud" for the s season. of the About peak loud Is stored during June and July; most of the distribution Is wllli-- J the months of October to March, Inclusive, About of tho peak load s usually withdrawn during December. On May 1, 1017. at the beginning of the 1017-1- 8 sensoti, there were a little over l!,.r)0U,0U0 pounds of hotter In storage During the months of May to October storagu holdings showed a net Increase of n. little over 10.1,500.000 pounds. The nverage wholesale price for tlie.se months wns 30.5 cents. During June nnd July the net amount stored wns olmost 77,rjOO,000 pounds. TJie average wholesale price for these two months wns :i7.0,cents. Withdrawal Boosted Prices. From October Ho May 1, 1018. there was n net "withdrawal from storage of tXt,000,000..HiuiHls. The average whole-Mil- e price during these months was 4Ji.fi cents. In December there wns a net decrease In storage holdings of .10,000.000 poulds. The nveruge wholesale price In December wns 48.1 cents. During the storing months of this exports of butter totnled o little 6ver 2,000,000 pounds and Imports about 4,10,000 pounds. During the distributing months exports lotaled over HfiOO.OOO pounds nnd Imports almost three-fourthone-fourt- h sen-son, 1.500,000. Cour-celette- ." IX.-M- aftr ev. . word-sacrif- ice. s . XIII.-Beek- lng Ily proclamation of July 0, 1017, the export of butter was prohibited except by virtue of a speclnl license. Itutter wns Included In the presidential license proclamations of October 8, 1017, and Jnnunry 10, 1018. It was In the list of restricted Imports April 22, 1018. During the period from May, 1017, to April. 1018, the average differential between wbolesnle and retail prices wns 0 cents. On Mny 1, 1018, at the beginning of season, there were u little the 1018-1over 10,000,000 pounds In storage. During the months from May until September storage holdings showed a net Increase of slightly over 01,000,000 pounds. The total production from May until September was 372,500,000 pounds. The uveruge wholesale price for these months wns 42.0 cents. During June nnd July the net Increase In storage holdings wns 70,000.000 pounds. The totnl production for these two months wns approximately pounds. The nverage whole sale price for these two months was 42.0 cents. The movement into stor-ag- e of such a large proportion of the nniount produced prevented a glutted market and a consequent decline In price. From September until May, 1010, there was a net withdrawal from storage of 02,000,000 pounds. The nverage wholesale price for these months wns 58.7 cents.. During December there wns n nut withdrawal of a little more than 20,500,000 pounds. The nverage wholesale price In December wns 07 cents. Fluctuations During Winter. In December the wholesale price nnother 0 cents and the retail price 7 cents, although production was practically the same ns In November, nnd there wns a net decrease of pounds In the amount In storage. During December, however, 3,000,-00pounds were exported." The wholesale price for January, 1010, was 02" cents; for February, 40 cents, nnu ror .Marcn, uo cents. The amount produced In Februnry was almost 7.000,000 ppunds less thnn In January. During Februnry, however, there was n net decrease In cold storage holdings of 12,500,000 pounds, which wns greater by 5.W0.000 than the net decrense during January. The wholesale price In April was 02 cents. During this month storage holdings showed a net decrease of 2,000,000 pounds, but over 8,000,000 rfcunds were exported. During the season 1018-1the nverage differential between the wholesale and retail price was 5 cents, approximately the same as for the 1017-1- 8 season. season will not be comThe 1010-2pleted until May 1. On May 1, 1010, at tho beginning of the season, there were approximately 0,500,000 pounds In storage. During May, June and July, 1010, production Increased. From May until August there was a great 0 0, 0 0 decrease In the amount exported. !!ton 1 i 1 y s. Disregard Korean Prejudices. One of the great obstacles to road and railway development In Korea 'n days was tho fact that many graves blocked the way, It being the greatest outrage amog the Koreans to disturb a grave of either a father or a remote ancestor. The general belief was that no matter how Innocent the descendants might be of disturbing the graves, dHasters nnd punishments were sure to come to them In consequence of such violation. The Jspnnese, however, built the roads quite regardless of graves, and In accordance only with principles of Moreover, they robbed engineering. the graves of treasures burled with the dead, exhibiting them later with archeolog'cal enthusiasm not understood by the Koreans. ante-Japane- d'An-nunzl- o, n Got Married. Just Suppose-IThe progeny of a single Ily during the summer often amounts to l,42i t 8&L London Lancet. Pago Four the ornotN U. S. Wyatt, of Aberdeen, Miss., has boon spending sovcral days In Berea on business. Prof. Noah May, who Is now ono of tho instructors at State Unlvcr- slly, at Lexington, was n wclcomo visitor In town last week by tils many friends. Mrs. Nannie Davis arrived laal week for n visit with her sisters, Mrs. Morgan nnd Mrs. Jones, and Mnrch II, 1020. We Specialize in Hats This is the age of Specializing To be well dressed buy your shoes from a shoe department; buy your suit from a suit house, but above all things, buy your hat from a Millinery House Only Your hat makes or mars your whole outfit. The wrong lines in your hat takes all the style from your costume and makes an woman of you. Your hat is to your face what a background is to a picture. The most beautiful work of art can be spoiled by the wrong background and bad arrangement in hanging. The most beautiful faces can be spoiled by bad lines, unbecoming colors and bad arrangement in their hats. Come to ui for your hats. We make a study of Millinery. We honotly deiire to sell you the right hat for YOU. Chestnut other relatives. Mrs. B. H. Gabbard was called from Berea nt the first of tho week to see her grandfather who is very ill at his home near Million, Ky. Mrs. D. W. Webb was called back to Berea from Lelchcr County at the last of tho week by the lll- -i ness of her son, John Webb. Dr. P. Cornelius, of Aberdeen., Miss., is In Berea on business and to visit with' relatives. Ho has recently oold tho timber from his Delta land, which ho bought of Mr. Herndon, leaving (he land in his possession. Miss Ethel Azblll, a capahlo stenographer who has been working for Casper Williams, of Mt. Vernon, has resigned her position and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Laura Jones. Mrs. Oma Golt, of Ravenna, Is ill in Robinson Hospital. Miss Rutherford, ono of tho telephone operators, is on the sick ' list. Lucille, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Stephens, has been unable to be in school the past week on account of Illness. Bob Cook has moved into the house on, Center street vacated by, E. W. Hubbard. Mrs. Springtime Apparel Portraying the newest In Clever Suits Sport Conts Smart Street Frocks Prettiest Blouses Stylet that are brimful of youth and charm, at prices tclthln easy reach of all. -- ' Mrs. Laura JonesBEREA, Parkw.y C6 St. KY Irresistible Millinery" for , LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Dress, Street nnd Outing Wear FORMAL J. J. Moore entertained Mrs. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citiren ad. Olllce. Conrad Bales was delightfully surprised on his twentieth birthday by a number of school friends. Ho was presented wilh a gold chain. All expressed a good time. Dr. S. R. Baker and Dr. P. Cornelius arrived in town Tuesday from Aberdeen, Miss. Hay has been ill for Mrs. some time at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Osborne, but has returned to her homo in Owcns-bor- o. She was accompanied, as far as Lexington, by Mrs. Osborne. Mrs. Jack Baufle, of West Chestnut street.' who has been.nuilo ill the past two weeks with flu, is re covering nicely. Mrs. S. C. Lewis is ablo to be Economy Through Quality r rw Footwear "The Ardsley" A Nattleton Leader Laud StU. In Ten and Black Ruula Calfskin Buying ihocs these dayi is a serious proposition. You will pay more than formerly. Hence men everywhere ire looking for shoes they can depend upon. So every day more and more men are coming to us for Nettletons, because they have found by experience that they are dependable and the cheapest in the end. Ask ferttt "Ardiliy" J.M.Coyle&Co. Berea, Ky. Rcpmcniadrrf fof Tlx WoiU'l Fum Nrttotom Mwi Sh up again after quite a long spell of sickness. Eli Cornelison, accompanied by John VanWinkic, Joo Spink, Sam Farmer, and Virgil Cook went to Detroit the first of tho week to bring back Dodgo cars for the Berea Motors Co. Harry Coddington, of Roanoke, Vn, was in town tho first of tho week to see his brother, Bert, and family, and shako hands with old friends. Montgomery Jackson is making considerable improvement on his house at the west end of town. Mrs. Mary Burdctte, who underwent an operation at the Robinson Hospital some weeks ago for cata ract of the eye, is now recovering nicely. She has been slaying will her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Kinnard. Mrs. J. W. Herndon has recently returned from Colorado where she was called by the serious sickness of her daughter, Bcltie. Sho reports Betlie greatly improved when sho left. Andrew Isaacs, who a short time ago purchased tho old Burdetle property of Green Bales, on West Chestnut street, has moved to tho same. Frank S'winford has moved his stock of merchandise from his former location near tho Depot to Will Turkey's store building west of tpwn. Edgar Wyatt has purchased tho Godby properly on Pearl street and is now occupying tho same. Dr. Godby's family havo moved to tho Samuel Hanson house on W. Chestnut, now owned by J. L. Gay. Prof. Carl Hunt, now located at Cleveland, 0., in Red Cross work, was in Berea this week. Tho Progress Club meets today (Thursday) with Mrs. Phamcy Davis, on Center street. Dick Williams has opened a second-han- d furnituro store on W. Chestnut. Miss Virgio Wynn, who has been teaching school at Lo Junior, in Harlan County, has finished her work for this year and is at home again. E. W. Hubbard and family moved this week from Center street to their recently purchased property Just west of the depot. S. E. Blazer and Mrs. B. Codding-to- n to dinner on Tuesday. J. A. Hood is visiting his parents at Norwood, Ky. Miss Mary Ballard Is tho guest of Mrs. James Anderson. Wo aro glad lo hear Mrs. June Armstrong is improving. MR. S'pring Opening Friday, Saturday, Monday ' March 19, 20, 22 MRS. E. B. WALLACE RETURN Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace reAND Jennie B. Fish Co. BEREA KENTUCKY turned to Berea last Friday after an absence of nearly a year and a half. On this extended trip they visited their children in Wyoming, in Guthrie, Okla., and in Erwin, Tenn. They also visited Mrs. Wallaco's sister, Mrs. B. J. Adams, at Parsons, Kansas. Mr. Wallaco liked somo parts of Oklahoma very much, but Mrs. Wallaco says: "There Is no placo, like Berea.',' Both enjoyed their j visit greatly. At present they aro; living" wilh Mr. Wyatt, but expect to find a more permanent location somewhero in Berea soon. BEREA WANTS GOOD PIKE CONNECT WITH JACKSON COUNTY TO METHODIST CHURCH Representatives of Berea business men and somo of tho College authorities were lofore tho Fiscal Court last week and offered to pay one-ha- lf of tho cost of making a good pike otit of the live miles of road from Berea to Big Hill. This would meet tho pike that Jackson county is going la build to tho Madison line. A federal highway meeting is to bo held in Richmond this afternoon. It is probable that some decision will bo reached at this time. CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to express our slncero thanks to thopeoplo of Berea and especially to Mr. Freeman's and Mr. Foley's families for tho kindness and sympathy shown us during tho sickness and death of our beloved husband and father, son and brother. Mrs. Alico Eastham and sons and daughter UNION CHURCH Dr. Hutch iris will speak in Union Church next Sunday at It upon "Christian Palmistry.'' Thursday evening topic, 'Tho After-math- ." Last Sunday morning's services were omitted on account of tho revival, at tho Chapel. Next Sunday mr ruing the pastor shall speak upon So Near, and Yet So Ihe subj-jutFar." Text. Mark 12:31. Evening usual at 7:30. services Epworth League service was hold last Sunday night at 6:15 as usual. Mr. Lockhart was the leader and gavo a good talk on "Life Lessons from tho nook of Proverbs.'1 Tho leader for next Sunday night is John I.arkin and tho topic is, "Patience and its Rewords." Tho Scripturo referenco will bo found in I Cor. '13: 47; Luko 21: 10. AH young people who are not attending some young peoples' meetings, aro invited to attend Epworth League. Tho Methodist Church is undergoing a "spring house cleaning," which has consisted mostly of flat coat and varnish, but tho preacher is trying to get tho people to do somo personal "houso cleaning" that cannot be done with flat coat and varnish. Psalm CI: 10. Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary Society met on Friday afternoon of last week with Mrs. Godbey. Tho meeting opened with a song, fol lowed by dovqtional exercises conducted by Mrs. Bartlctt. After tho secretary and treasurer's reports, tho meeting was turned over to . Mrs-- Hewes, who was a missionary years. Sho In India for twenly-on- o told somo of her experiences as a missionary, also tho customs and conditions of tho peoplo of India Thoso present were very much Im pressed by the clothes sho presen ted to them, which aro worn by Indian women. Sho had several plecos of hand work, dono by tho natives, and as she explained about each lo as sho prosentcd it, tho meeting proved very Interesting. A social hour, in which Ico cream and cako were served, was then en- Joyed by all present. Mrs. McGuiro invited tho society lo meet with her, tho first Friday in next month, which is tho reg ular meeting. lesson for Tho S'unday-sohonoxt Sunday, March 14, is "Johns Vision of tho Glorified Christ" and How- is found in Rev. Is would you like to discuss it with a Sunday-scho- ol olass? , nr-licol ,4-1- 8. But you can "bet your life," by Hob, Ho's up now and back on his Job. Tho Wertcnbergcr homo was tho So como on now and list your land. scene of n glad surprise, Saturday Wo'll sell It this spring if wo can; afternoon, when Mr. Wcrlcnbcr-gcr- 's But if we do not placo it all, youngest brother, John Z., with Wo'll find a buyer by next fall. I his bride, walked in. By tho same morning's mall tho John Dean's still doing "financial chores," following announcement was reHo'll lend you money, or borrow ceived: "Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smitli, yours. of GarrelUville. Ohio, announces tho Call at The Bank and see him there; marriage of Uieir daughter, Josephine, to Mr. John Z. Wertcnbergcr, Ho'll shako ymr hand and treat you square. of Wooslcr, Ohio, on Wednesday, the third day of March, nineteen A3 soon as tho sun dries off the hundred and twenty." ground Iliiinrillr nf thnlr nAwlv-we- d Herndon will rcsumo his "rambling interest in each other, ,thoy exround," pressed great admiration for Berea' And if a buyer alights In town, Collego and tho work being dono: Wp'll "catch him" ero ho hits tho here. Their visit was a short ono ground. .,..,.., ti.. ...."I ma tut iii'uuuiil' ui ii. nuiusaiby uir'l.lal Wo'll show your land and all the iiiu early return to work with tho rest. Wooster Brush Works, with which And sell him what he likes tho bcsL firm ho holds a responsible position. And if ho lacks a few round wheels, To closo up big or smaller deals, Classified Advertisements Wo'll shake our rags and hlo and buck, And 'twixt us wo will cough urn up. Men's Hats Cleaned and Blocked. So bo your troubles great or small, Model Press Shop. Bring them to us and tell us all. Wo'll show you homes and glvo you We Clean White Kid Gloves. choice, Model Press Shop. And when you'vo bought you will rejoice. A GLAD SURPRISE FOR RENT bungalow on Elm street. For particulars call on Theodore Slrunk, at Printing Olllco between 1:00 and 0:00 p. m. A Come on to Dean & Herndonl FOR SALE A New National Vacuum Cleaner, hand machine, pump type, practically as good as new, at W.0O, half tho regular price. Reason for sell, ing, havo bought an electrlo cleaner. G. H. Felton. For Rent About 35 to 40 acres of land for corn and tobacco, cottage house, tobacco barn. Possession any day. Call on DEAN & HERNDON Real Estate Agents Havo you bought that Farm? Don't look too longl Wo still havo a few farms that wo could deltvor, if sold in tho next fow days. After then wo will soli lo givo possession January 1, 1021. But now Is a good timo to como and list your property. If you want to chango the prico or terms that you havo given us, call at The Bank and lot us make tho changes as we want to rovlso our old lists after March 1st. J. W. HERNDON Berea, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First CIsim Repairing AND Fine Herndon is Just up from tho flu, Was pretty sickl 'twixt mo and you;iMAINST. Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. Mnrcli II, 1020. TUB CITl EN Page Five PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. r. Dlzney, Principal Chuff No. MM Rnrrrt District No. 4 The Largest Exclusive Ladies9 Ready- Store in Madison County to-We- Pro. . K. V. Franklin, of Union College, and cvnngnlist singer Helms 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 combined with smartness. Visit our Millinery Department. Our Store is complete in Everything Ready to Wear, Waists,Skirts, Coisets, Underwear, Hose Middies, & Middy Suit, Etc. The new "Sport Coat" is the leading garment of the season. We have it in all styles, colors, and prices. conducing chapel worship at public school Tuesday nml Friday of Inst week. An enthusiastic rhetorical class was launched by the third and fourth grades. Last week nl chapel the principal gave n memorial Iributo lo little Iln7el Dean, and her recent teacher, Miss Falrchild, paid n beautiful Irihule lo her sweel Innocent life. The Woman's Club of Ilerca, hns just received song books nnd supplies for the regular graded music lessons in the public school. A Hue slnrt has been made. At the regular teachers' meeting Insf week a few Invited guests witnessed a lype lesson in geography by (he fifth and sixth grades. K. 0. Wynn visited school Inst week. Mrs. Simon Muncy has returned lo her work in the sixth grade nflcr several days' absence. Mrs. Abncy has supplied most of the time In the nbsence of Mrs. Muncy. The pendulum is swinging bnck to normal in attendance since the epidemic of flu and contagious diseases. , Misses Howies and Falrchild spent Ihei week-en- d with Nancy Huff on Walnut Meadow pike last week. The school is looking forward wi(h great .anticipation nnd cxclle-mclo (he visit of the famous Dr, Orenfcll, Wednesday evening. Some of our pupils arc failing in their studies. Most of these could make up for llieir failure and go on wiih llieir class if they would npply themselves. arc Parents earnestly requested lo advise with teachers in these cases. The Parent-Teache- rs mccUng, Friday evening at 3:00 o'clock, promises a good program of music. All friends of the school aro cor dially invited to attend, nl Berea National Bank State Report ol the condition of the Berea National Bank at Berea in the ol Kentucky, at the close ol business on I'ebruarj 28, 1920: RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $373. 507. 61 Uvcrdralts, unsecured 1 8,995.83 , U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation 25,000.00 U. S. bonds, owned and unpledged 44,050.00 Mock ol Federal Reserve Dank (50 per cent of subscription)... 1,950.00 Value oi banking bouse 500.00 Lawlul reserve with Federal Reserve Hank 26,000.00 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 41,848.49 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting , bank and other cash items , 285.85 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, and due from U. b. Ireasurct 1,250.00 Total $523,387.78 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less current expenses, int., and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Other time deposits , Dividends unpaid Total $25,00x3.00 , 40,000.00 4,750.54 25,000.00 340,346.33 188,164,91 126.00 l5a3-37-7- State of Kentucky, County of Madison, ss: I, I. L. Gar, Casliiei ol the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ii true to the best ol my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of March, 1920. Eva Waldcn, Notary Public. .My commission expires August 10, 1021. Correct Attest: I. J. Branaman, W. F. Kidd, John W. Welch. Directors OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY REPORT RETURNS OF FROM 18 TO 2S MILES FROM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM 8,000 TO 12.000 MILES ON TIRES MRS. PENNIMAN ENTERTAINS You are cordially invited to attend the Spring Opening, A visit to Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March our store will be appreciated. Trade with us MrS. Eva 'Waldeil F. We'llfioth make money whero you And n man or woman who lias attended Berea College you lltul better homes, better roads, boiA family Newspaper for ll lht It right ler schools and churches and a bettrue, and (nterattinf ter community in which to live. It nf Thurdy at llr . Ky. Pnbllth is an Institution that is growing ami reaching out, and witli every BEREA PUBLISHING CO. it Lie visit bark lo my homo I can (lncao'li) WM. G, FROST. EdilofJivCkUf its growth. Edilor J. O. LEHMAN, My father can best sea tbo growth rs Subscription Rate! since he was 0110 of tho early PAYABLE IN ADVANCE when the beginning began. " Many changes have laken place, but On. Year 8I1 Monlht m Three Month it has been for the good of a good n or KipreM Money ami common cause, nnd the uplift of money by Send Order. Draft, Ilerfttered Utter, or one and two a better people that could never eent ttanipt. to The data after your name on Ubel ihowenot have bad the education had it not what data your itiUrrlpUon b raid. If It noUfy been for Berea College. It fs truo after renewal chanced within three weeki "'tllttlnc numbera will be fladlr lupplled If we when said, "An education gotten at are notified. Berea is cheaper than slaying at Liberal termt siitn to any who obtain new mb. aerlptloni for u. Any one aendin; ui four yearly home." ubwrlptioni tan receive The Uttien free ror I am, very truly yours, one rear. Adeertitlnf re tee on application. If. II. Harrison Mrs. H. M. Pennimhn (Save an Informal tea Tuesday afternoon In the parlor of Boone Tavern, in honor of tho Misses Lily and Maud Wilkes, of Toronto. Much pleasure was given (he guests by the exhibition of several delightrul paintings from tho brush of UTiss Maud Wilkes. Miss Wilkes presided at tho tea tablc.and little Miss Eleanor Waugh assisted in tho serving of tea and wafers. THIS OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX IS POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE The Citizen F. DAVIDSON VISITS BEREA Mr. F. F. Davidson, of Boston, U. Mass., Is visiting Berea this week. OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, vto 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, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is sold. S. SHIP MOCCASIN SINKS Jo 1 M..il s' Votl-M- LATE) Many complaints havo been coming to us that Tho Citizen is lalo Wo in reaohing our subscribers. 11. ni (nl imvn heen mail ir ing It every Thursday. The- fault' is not ours. On inquiry, wo mm that our postmaster and somo of his clerks havo been sick nnd that they have been unable to get Tho CitUcn out promptly. Thoy aro back at work and there should bo no troublo hereafter on this point. If, bow-evyou get your paper irregularly, plcaso notify us. Wo nro anxious for you lo get your pnper on time. DOES THE CITIZEN COME er, AN APPRECIATIVE SUBSCRIBER WRITES Stanton, Ky., March 1, 1020. The Citizen, Berea, Ky. Dear Edilor: I notico with tho last iss'uo of ypur paper that I will ho without the homo paper unless I send in my rcnownl; so am oncloslng my check for ono year's subscription. I am always glad to rccolvo Tho Citizen as it Is llko a lottor, and 11 big fat letter, from home, sinco Berea is my homo town and my homo college. Without It I would feel lost Tor homo nows. In tho HU tlo towns in my county and nil ovor tho State, nnd espccinlly eastern parts, you find somo ono who has attended Berea Collego or Is a reader or Tho Citizen. Berea Collego has sloojl and Is standing for tho things that aro making men and women to bo titled I bollovo I can Into leadership. safoly say, that In every community A very informal reception was given him at tbo homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Christopher, Tuesday evoning, whero a number, of bis friends bado him welcome, and re newed their acquaintance. Mr. Davidson is in tho wholesale and retail jewelry business I,n Bos ton. Ho has been connected with tho Union Rcscuo Mission or that years, and city ror over twenty-flv- o has served as president tor fifteen years. Ho is a firm believer In tho old lime gospel and has a deep lovo for tbo lost. Mr. Davidson Is a forccrul and pleasing speaker and wo hopo to havo the prlvilcgo or hearing him beroro ho leaves our city. Ho cxprossQs himself as being very much pleased with tho place, DR. ROBERTS TO ESTABLISH and, while ho has hoard great SCHOOL The rollowing clipped rrom tho things ot Berea, slates that tho hair will bo or Interest has never yet been told. to many Bcrcans: JACKSON STREET LEAGUE "Searsleigh, tho former John S. The Jackson Street I.caguo had a avo Glbbs, residenco on Kenwood delightrul meeting, last Monday nun, Cntonsvillo (a suburb of BaHoward night, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs ltimore, was soltj to Benson persons Roberts, an educator. Tho plans or E. L. Roberts, with thirty present. Encouraging reports wore Mr. Roberts provides ror tho estabnnd important notion school for presented lishment of a hlgh-clnInken, as In different lines of street girls in tho nenr futuro on tho premimprovement. Tho meeting was ises. Tho property contains 10 concluded with a program of ennrres of land containing n reoi-Inlitenant house and tertainment consisting of a mansion, by Mrs. Dodgo and musical Mr. Roberts other outbuildings. numbers by Miss Kntherino Hern-do- n, will bo assisted by n number of Mr. D. L. Roberts, and Misses well-knoeducators In tbo manMildred and Anna Roberts. agement of tho Institution." act-tieHallo-Americ- an ss m on six-roo- m Former German Steamer Prlnx aehlm Goes Down at Brooklyn Pier. THE well-mad- New York, Murch 4. The former riprmnn rmsseuiier KtenmfMp Mom sin. which recently completed a round trin m Smith America as the first ves sel nf the United Stales shipping board's fleet assigned ror tnnt service, .nil nt its Hrooklvn nler. It has not nKcertnlned what caused It to co down. The Moccasin, formerly the I'rlnz Joachim, was Interned here at the beginning of the war. nnd was seized by the United States when this country entered the conflict. easy-ridin- 5 KILLED ON WAY FROM DANCE Young Oklahomana In Auto A, re Run Down by Train at Grade Crossing Near Ardmore. March Okln Five Ardmore. young persons of Wilson nnd Long were killed nnd one Grove, Okln fntnlly Injured when the nutomohlle In which they were returning from an Legion dance hero was American struck by n freight trnln nt n cross ing. 4. TourinoCab and Roamtek 11075 F.O.B. Pontiac Micu. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 MEXICAN WORKERS TO U. S. THE NEW Exodus of Laborers Becoming Alarm ing According to Reports Short of Help. United States Disc Separator "Toil less with a U. S." Because it is lighter running and easier to turn, due to perfected gear construction and slower crank speed. Besides easier to turn by hand, it is well adapted for operating by power, cither by gasoline or kerosene engine, or electric motor. Has sanitary frame with enclosed gears, automatically lubricated by the oil splash system, positive speed indicator bell and most important of all the new perfected bowl with interchangeable discs, of simple but durable construction, unsurpassed skimming qualities and easy to keep clean Mexico City. Murch 5. Mexlcun workers lire going to tho United States In large numbers nnd tho, exo dus Is becoming ulnrmlng, according to press advices from northern stntes. Serious danger to numerous Industries In that region through nonusc nnd also to lnrgu nrens of farm land FRENCH RAIL STRIKE ENDS through lack of cultivation Is appreIN BEREA hended. The department of Inbor has Black paid James Arbitration,' Right to Issued n statement warning Mexicans Accept n visit lo Berea recently nnd spent Tollers to buwnre of fraudulent contracts. by Respected Organize somo hours Inlking with frlonds. Companies. Governor Black Is traveling undor WORLD NEWS Iho direction of tho Federal GovParis. March 3. The strike of the (ConUoutd frost Ftie Oot) throughout France was ernment in the interest of tho railway 'nen enaoled prohibition law. He cttled on tho following points: The with Russia is likely to result in ami right of men to orgnulie will be rt making it possible, to know more visits schools and churches sysDiplo talks lo tho people, explaining tho ipected throughout the railroad ac- what is actually going on. secrecy but trauo pro tems of France. The railroad men law nnd pointing nut the necessity cept arbitration on points not as yet macy kes or enrorcing It. Ho conrcrs with settled nnd un Immediate study of fu- fers openness. Nowspaper men and aro al Iho police officers of tho towns ho ture rules for rallrouds will be begun. investiKatlntr commissions and others who The companies will not pay wages to ready preparing to lako advantage visits, with sheriffs goncrat t havo to do with executing tho crim- the men for the tlmo lost during the of this now cond on. Tho Thus a sentiment tor nrlke, hut disciplinary penalties for changes in attitude toward Russia inal law. ro- the men strict law enrorcement based upon nonresuiuptlon of work after canceled In Iho Inst few weeks has beengood markable. Tboro is doubtless intelligent understanding or tho had been summoned will be an Directors of companies will revise oth- reason for tho chango or it would purposes of tho federal prohibition er penalties In the of Justice. not havo been mado. slalulo Is fostered. I. lly 1 and sanitary. A free demonstration will prove this beyond doubt to any interested dairyman. Come and see R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky 210 Pago Six TUB CITIZEN Mnrrh II. 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special hug E LEAGUE OF Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science The list contained ono tltlo which FARM BUR E fiiiS should ho corroded, "llooslor RECUTTING WORN SHIRTS INTO Urn bottom of Iho front of llio shirt, leaving tho bottom of tho bask for separators sold in Ibo county by Mr. SMALL GARMENTS fcohool-maMpSHEEP should bo "llooslor V. It. Jones, Wildie, nnd Shnfcr and From Good Housekeeping Magazine the collar. If llio old shirt slcovcs The Cars of the Ewe and Lambs School-boy"- ). When the flrsl break comes In i aro worn, sport slcoves mado short, This, to ray More ntlcnlion must bo given tho Itobcrts, Brodhcad. lycw Farmers' Organization Is Books for High School or Eighth man's shirt, tho shirt is of no fur with shaped cuffs, may ho used on. flook at lambing limo than any opinion, moans thai moro dollars Grade Boys and Girls Launched in Chicago. garment oilier season of the year. This Is nnd cents has been realized from tho Border Shepherdess Amelia Darr. ther use lo him. Hut for llio littlo tho now dresSack aprons nnd to the flock what tho first two weeks li imo cow than ever before. Ont ones of tho family llicso flhlrls A How of Orango nibbon Amelia is lo tho corn crop. If llio lambs poinj, however, must bo considered havo almost tho valuo of new goods. ses can easily bo oul from good Harr. como strong nnd nro not sol back In this matter, nnd thai is nil tho BOASTS 1,060,000 MEMBERS The Daughter of Fifo Amelia Darr. Collar nnd cuffs receive wear out of shirts. Cut tho front of llio dress poor caro tho prospect eroam should not bo sold nt tho cx- becauso of all proportion to Iho rest of tbo from (ho back of Ibo shirt. Uso tho Friend Olivia Amelia Harr. penso of tlio folks in tho home. It shirt, and the ragbag may bold many fronl for llio back of tho dress. for profit arc great J. R. Howard of Clemont, 'la., Choien .Inn Vedder's Wife Amelia Darr. The cwo should bo In good con is a pleasuro to bavo somo real shlrls of strong, lough material, Trim with plain material whioh A Nameless Nobleman Jano G.Aus President Other Offlcera Selected good for anolhor season's hard wear matches tho color of tho flguro In lition ns furnishing tho milk for cream logo in llio coffee nnd to put tin. and Plant Made to Keep when made over. Ginghams, per Iho shirting. A collnr, cuffs, and tho lamb will reduco her flesh very over desserts. I only call tho Helly Allien Jano 0. Austin. Cheek on Legislation. to this ns a reminder Tho owes In poor flesh cr's ntlcnlion calrs, madras, all colton fabrics, nil n boll of tho plain material, or Dr. I.o Ilaron nnd His Daughters should bo scpnralcuVfrom llio flock of tho value of cream In tho homo shirtings, hnvo tripled In prlro. shaped trimming pieces lo finish Chicago, March 4. Tho American Jano 0. Austin. grain as well ns tho commcrclnl product. Farm Hurenu Federation. representing Slnnilish of Slnndish Jano and fed moro grain. A good neck and They have also deteriorated In llio round or square-c- ut 0. Aus ration is thrco parts bran, ono part As long ns butler nnd milk re-o- il l,OtW.(XHI farmers In tho United States, quality and permanenco of color. loso slcoves, add a most pleasant tin. meal and six parts of corn or 'mains lo bo a valuablo food and as iiml probably designed to be thestrong- - A Country Doctor Sarah Orno Jew. Tho old shirts may bo really su cffocL Jiarloy. Oals may be used In place time continues, just that long the rat league of agricultural IntereMi In perior lo the fabrics now on sale. To cut ft short-walstdress with ctt. the world. began u session A well dairy business will bo a profitable f. of bran reduced prices, II Is very a gathered skirl, uso the back of a With post-w- ar Deephavcn Sarah Orno Jewell. here. Twenty-eigh- t states were n pre fleshed owe will cat one-thiof business, when conducted in tho Tales of New England Sarah Onto hard lo keep the littlo ones nicely shirt to cut two skirl lengths. Cut by M delegates, many a nound of sraln nnd throo nounds right way. With this In mind I sented each delegate standing of them Particularly now wo can tho back of tho dress from tho top dressed. women, Jewell. for 20, of alfalfa or clover hay. Ono in1 think il advisable for each farmer to iw individual farmers. The delegates Failh Oarlnoy's Girlhood Mrs. A. profitably mako over tho garments of tho fronl of tho shirt, nnd uso poor condition may need as much think of a way in which bo can se hiu as a board of directors for the or Ono the material loft at tho bottom of of elder persons for them. D. T. Whitney. euro a bigger return from his cows, ganizntlon us a whole. Screrat stales Heal Folks Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney. rule always lo bo followed Is not lo tho front pieces for tho rest of the ns a pound and a half of grain: not jet admitted to the federation sent If you know aocuratcly tho lime Lei it bo one, two, four or more, Tho Gayworthys Mrs. A. D. T. uso material which spills as you skirl. Cut both short slcovcs from rtockcasllo County is a counly representatives to nsk recognition. at which the cwo is duo to Iamb pull It In your hands. II is Im- ono shirt sleeve, nnd Iho front of Whitney. rlrst-dadevelopments Indicated the (115 days or flvo days lcs3 than five which is naturally located, whero provident lo mako n new garment tho wnlsl from tho other sleovo. A Summer in I.esllo Ooldthwaito's months Is tho period of gestation) dairying, poultry raising and sheep selection of Chicago or Indianapolis as Life-M- rs.. A. D. T. Whitney. out of material loo lender to wear Thero will ho enough material for national headquarters. Tho matter the littlo fancy pockets which aro or you can tell from her appearanco, raising would bo a profitable busi- - was referred to the executive commit Treasuro Island n. L. Slovcnson. well. as alio will be sunken in front of. ncss. There will bo no question ns tee, with Chicago apparently In the First, let us consider old while so much worn, trim tno neck. Books for High School Boys and shirts. Uso tho backs of these for slcoves, nnd pockets with bands of the hips and over the rump, tho to whether llicso products will go lead because of Its accessibility. grain ration should be reduced or on tho market Tho question is: Girls Iho larger garments, such as Ger organdy cut doublo nnd extended Platform on Resolutions. Resolutions Introduced llsclosed In The Antiquary withheld entirely and clean hay and Have wo got tho products for tho Scott. above tho low round neck, beyond trude petticoats, girls night-dressn niMsure tho activities to be fol- Tho Hrido of Lammermoor succulent feed substituted for a few market? Scott. and boys' union suits. Each of tho bottom of tho sleeves, and across days prior to lambing and two or Perhaps somo ono in reading this lowed. They Included : The Heart of Midlothian Scott. theso articles needs tho backs of tho pockets. National legislation that will prellirco days afterwards. Ivanhoe ScolL Tho loo nrliolo will say "I thought lhat vent two shirts. From tho fronts and Catstltched Trimming strikes und unnecessary sufferliberal use of grain at this limo If Spencc was In favor of Shorthorn ing. Kcnilworth ScolL Catstilch n row of trimming sleeves of dress shlrls drawers, ono of Iho chief causes of milk fe- instead of tho dairy breed." 1 ScolL waists upon which to button small through tho mlddlo of tho organdy An Income tnx based on "cash re Old Mortality ver. Quinlon Durward ScolL wish to say that Wisconsin is our ceipts nnd disbursements. undergarments, and waists for flan band In ono color. Interrupt the Weak lambs, particularly when biggest dairy stalo in tho Union; demand for an International con Woodstock ScolL nel petticoats enn bo mado, and tho catslitehing at Intervnls of two born in cold and damp weather, may and somo of their .best herds are fcrence of farmers to meet In America David Halflour n. L. Stevenson. scraps can be dono Into teething Inches with small squares worked becomo chilled, and unless promptly Sborlhorn herds; of course, thoy with representatives from France. Kidnapped 11. L. Stevenson. bib padded with absorbent colton In another color. Ill no catstltchlng ngland, Ireland, Canada, Germany The cared for, die. Wrapping tho Iamb belong to tho milking strain ShortMaster of Hallantrac R. L. or outing flannel. A union suit with wilh yellow squares on plain bluo and other countries. in hot flannels will revive it Tho horn. Having been In Wisconsin. Stevenson. full bloomers, very appropriately or bluo nnd white shirting, nnd pink Investigation of tho tariff In rela Jlamb may bo placed in water, a3 hot and having investigated tho dairy, tion to Stepping Heavenward Prentiss. called "all sho needs,'' forswear under cntstitching with bluo squares on farm products. js is comforlablo to the hand, then! I am ready td say thai a good herd Repeal of the reciprocity act with The Schoenbcrg Cotla Family summer play-lim- o clothes, can bo pink nnd whito striped shirting nro Charles. 'dried and wrapped up In a sheep- - can bo built up with tho Short-sk- in Canada. If a whito mado from ono shirL Make all good combinations. Steps to protect tho dairy Industry, Lucy Larcum's Girlhood. guimpo Is used with tho drossj the or warm flannels. bands for buttons nnd buttonhole Another horhs as well as the Holsloin or Lucy Larcum's Loiters and Diary. mothod is lo place them in a box Jersey. I mako this explanation so potato growers and wool producers. of new material and finish the neck skirt may bo mado n littlo fuller lowan Chosen President. Loulso Alcolt's Life. ' containing bran and surrounding as to explain that by tho uso of the and nrmholcs with new bias lawn by ctrltlng n skirl length from Iho The federation met as n temporary tape. Make tho waists doublo and slcevo thus released. tbcm with hot water bottles. This' milking strain Shorthorn, wo pro organization and almost the first or- Margaret Fuller's Life. A middy blouso Is easy to cut is very good because the ewo will duco a good calf for tho market, and der of business was the formation of John G. Palon's Life. use tho bono buttons Avliich nro put clean the bran off the Iamb and still have milk. A Jersey or on with woven tapes. Sew two from an old shirL Tako tho back a permanent body. Election, of offi David Livingston's Life. Story of My Life Helen Keller. strips of tho bias lawn lapo over from tho shirt back, tho front from her own scent, greatly in- - stein male calf would sell very low cers followed. . . 1. -1. nnAntn it. cuuucua .1.-- 1 suo win ' " II.. mar&ui. mi II. a. J. H. Howard, demons. Ia.. was A Christmas Carol Dickens. the shirt front, then sleeves from Ibo the button tapes, as in ready-maas a auai iiiu wiai merciore, David Copperflcld Dickens. purpose breed, I think it would not chosen president. garments. own tho Iamb. shirt sleeves. Faco llio middy on S. L. Strivings, Castile. N. Y., was Talc of Two Cities Dickens. Tho lamb of a well-fe- d Boys' Night-shir- ts the right side al tho bottom with owe will bo a mistake to still continue in Oliver Twist-Dicke- ns. bavo Httlo trouble and should grow creasing the Shorthorn business in named vice president. Uso old dr faded shirts for boys' pieces cut from tho lower parts of J. W. Cloverdale, Ames, la., tempo- Weak House Dickens. night-shirt- s. rapidly. Somo trouble may bo ex Rockcastle County. Tills garment re- (ho back and fronl of tho old shirt Although, if rary secretary, wns retained at the Christmas Stories Dickens. pected, however. Constipation is in- any farmer should wish lo build up pleasuro of the president. quires so little work thai it pays Pul on tbo top of the facing a bias to uso shirts which aro loo badly piping of plain material which dicated by straining and distress a herd of Jerseys or Holsloins as a Hoth president and secretary are Dombey Si Sons Dickens. and is relieved by a teaspoonful of dairy herd, ho is certainly not mak to receive salaries. This fact caused Great. Expectations: And Hard Times worn to bo put Into garments re- matches Iho flguro In Iho shirting. Dickens. quiring moro tlmo to make. Lay Mako tho collar and cuffs from the caslor oil. Whito scours is caused ing a mistake. If ho does not care lengthy discussion. reported your pattern on tho old shirt so that plain material, or from whito plquo .by indigestion resulting from mis for a calf, it is better to have a The Inexecutive committee president Littlo Dorrit Dickens. Its opinion the that Nickolas Nickclby Dickens. tho buttons and buttonholes can hound with tho plain material. The takes In feeding tho ewe, and if she strictly dairy breed, should receive n minimum of ?t5,0X Old Curiosity I .Shop Dickens. bo saved and utilized in the new pocket can bo cut from tho cuffs If is given cfcan, wholesome feed. Wo now bavo somo farmers in a year. Opinion seemed to favor that ' necessary. Tho plaited shirt, now garmonL Do not rin Ibo tinder-artbero is littlo danger of tho lamb Ibo counly who are beginning mm. The matter finally was left Our Mutual Friends Dickens. Pickwick Papers "Dickons. scams, for thoy may bo used In out of fashion for men, makes a very the scours. A3 a euro forjsey and Holst'ein herds. To my open. Kxperts will Include an- - attorpart of tho nlghl-shlr- L Leavo tho' altractlvo middy with llio samo tho Iamb ono ounce of sulphate of opinion, they aro doing tho right ney of national reputation, an econo- Martin Chuzzelwclghl Dickens. magnesia, bottom of tho shirt as il is. Cut Ibo! plaited front Old buttons nnd but- ounce of thing. As I stated above, il is only mist and an editor to publish a na- Dr. Grcnfell's Parish. Norman small sleeves from the shirt sleeves, lonholes can bo used, or tho middy cooking soda and . i pinch of gin?ei ' question of a sbort time until tional agricultural Journal. federation Dr. Luko of Laborador the alms of th One Duncan. Mako tho collars and cuffs from can bo faced on Iho rlghl sldo with should bo given in a small quan-- J ftockcastlo will see moro prosperity will be ofthe establishment of n staff Mother Kathleen Norris. scraps in your piece bag. Simply tbo plain color nnd bo laced. sfily of flaxseed lea or gruel. This rising up from tho valleys and bill of experts at Washington. legisAll To cut a baby's romper or creeper should bo followed with two ounces tops in dairying, poultry raising, lation nffectlng produrers of food will Tho Cloister nnd tho Hearth Roade. cut the shoulders, armholcs, and Decrslayer Cooper. Is a little moro difficult Cut the of linseed oil four hours afterward. sheep raising and bees, than sho be closely watched. neck after tho pattern. Tho Last of tho Mohicans Cooper. A hoy's shirt Is easily cut from a Irouser pari of the romper or creepCastor oil is a good cure for most pvor dreamed of. AUTOMATIC Pathfinder Cooper. stages of indigestion, which may bo1 If at any ttmo, T, bein your Uso tho old er from tho old shirt back and wiman's largo one. "Personally, I don't bollove grocers Pioneers Cooper. recognized by distress and frothing County Agricultural Agent can fur- front closing, but tnko caro lo place den it with pieces cut from tho Prairie Cooper. Iho pattern so that the top button lower part of tho front Tho upnish you or cause to bo furnished over put sand in their sugar." at the mouth. 'They don't havo lo around here,' Illack Rock Connor. you any information desired plcaso will como right on tho new garment. per part, of tho front of tho shirt answered old Mr. Putlerby. "What Tho Sky Pilot Connor. do not hesitato lo call. Placo tho sleovo pnltcrn on tho old makes tho back of tho waist. One DAIRYING FOR ROCKCASTLE Elizabeth S. sleeve, so that tho closing lap will sleovo makes both romper sleeves; Yours for a blooer and bettar with aulymobilcs an' ono thing and A Singular Lifo A little over a year atro I began Phelps. another zippin' through Chlggers-vil- le servo in tho new garment but bo Iho other shirt slcevo makes tho to sco a futuro for dairying in flock- - Rockcastle County. from sun up lo dark, all a In the Tiger Jungle J. Chambor-lai- n. careful to mako Iho opening tho fronl of tho romper waist If tho castlo County. After having spent' , groccryman's got to do i3 to leavo same length ns tho ono In tho pat- - romper pattern shows tho wbolo months in traveling through tho I , IT W0RTH tho cover off his sugar barrel an' let In tho Cobra's Den J. Chamberlain. tern for the small slcevo. Uso tho romper front cut In ono with tho HIf;E? County, I started tho study of Iho1 T,, , c"cr has been it accumulate." Annals of a Parish John Gall. old interlining of tho cuff cut down, Irouser part, attach tho waist (o tho prospects of every farm being a pro-- 1 Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood and cut the outsido of Iho cuffs from 'skirt with n luck in tho walsL ducer of dairy product, not newspaper. McDonald. for homo consumption but for a can ni Empty tho carpet sweeper on one. Tho Littlo Green God Mason. of cream for Iho market each week.! Uso ono on tho tray when cleaning Tho Friar of Witlcnbcrg Davis. Maron 3 192- . . In Ibo last twelve months thero P ... tho tablo lo catch tho crumbs. Mary R. S. Andrews' Littlo Books. lino knnn eimnll.lnn. Illfn nfl ..im!f,UIWr 01 a'S"'. On sweeping days dampen papers, Beit Equipment and Service at Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. This list has been tried oul and I am trying to make a record on tear into hi Is and sprinklo over the. Private Koomi, Hath). Klectric Service. CINCINNATI MARKETS. my pigs. I started with one pig floor to catch tho dusl and brighten all books aro found to bo suitablo Eye, Note and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , for ages indicated. II is nol a guess Ha"y-a- nd which I bought for $3. I named bor tho floor covering. Grain. GENERAL PRACTICE i that a certain book ought' lo be Corn No. 2 white 1.051.00. No. 2 Fannie; fed and look caro of her. Lay several thicknesses of papers yellow I1.CO01.C1, No. 3 yellow $1.58 Come in und visit an establishment, which is a (riend In nerd, When sho was ono year old, she had under tho carpels and largo rugs. suitablo to this or that am. Cut 1.00, No. 2 mixed $1.5801.00, No. 3 two and In reach of all the people. littlo pigs. I took good caro Printers' ink is a molh preventive out tho list and keep it for refer mixed $1.0501.57, white ear $1,500 of those and when they were flvo and llio papers also Bavo much wear ence. Cowley, M.I)., l'hrslclan Koiikht II. yellow ear $1.5801.00. Harlan Dudley, M.I)., l'lirslclan Sound Hay Timothy per ton $320 months old, I sold tho mother for on tho carpet as well as shutting Mahoaket S. Grant, M. I)., Physician $30, clover mixed $32030, clover $32 $35 and on0 of tho pigs for $18. I out tho cold Miss Maky Lonoacke, K.N., Superintendent GENTLE TREATMENT OF COWS purchased a Liberty Bond with this 037. Miss Nellie Miller, K.N., Head Nurse When Ironing uso a handful of Oats No. 2 white 05 095 He, No. 3 money. Tho pig that f kept had coarso salt on a folded paper on Unique Blotters Distributed by the CHANCE IN RATES white 01 003c, No. 2 mixed flvo pigs. This winter I sold three which lo polish Irons. of Agriculture Urging Heglnnlng March I, the rates for board and room of private 05c, No. 3 mixed 03ViO!Uc. of them for W9.53; two weighed Kindness to Animals. A folded newspaper makes a good patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients Butter, Eggs and Poultry. 138 lbs. each, tho other, 133. cared (or in the wards will remain the same I per day. I am chest protector in severe weather. The following, printed on blotters, Butter Whole inllk creamery extras now going to school nl Ml. Vernon. Ur Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College Nothing else is as good for polish80c, firsts (He, seconds C3c, fancy The club work Is wus distributed by a dairying agent a flno opportunity ing the range. dairy 55c for the United States department of for country boys and girls who wish Uso a bit of paper for cleaning agriculture and tho Utah Agricultural Eggs Extra firsts 40c, firsts 15c, or- to help support and educate them- greasy disljcs boforo washing as collego: dinary firsts 41c. selves. I have enjoyed several good woll as for rubbing the blaek froa Live Poultry Fowls 4U lbs and over 32c, under 4H lbs 32c, roost- trips to Berea, and a flno trip to the outsido of cooking pans and Our Domestic Animals Have ers 22c, ducks, white, 4 lbs und over, tho Stalo Fair at Louisville. I havo kettles. Acute Hearing. 35c, hen turkeys, 8 lbs and over 30c and ono coat of did tho won a Stato Cerliflcato and a Keop ono in tho tray of the gas WHY YELL! Job. But hot for Frames alone, for Live Stock. Bronzo Medal, of which I am very stovo to save cleaning overy day. anything that needs reGnishing uso Cattle Steers, good to choice $110 proud. Our club at Covo has a Spread them on tho kitchen floor 8how mo a man who says $12.50, fair to good $0011, common charter. "milking Is a dirty Job" and I when it is newly scrubbed. to fair $000; heifers, good to choice With pleasant memories and best fieforo doing all these things and will show you a man who will $0.50011.50, fair to gooo $800.50, muko a dirty Job of milking. common to fair $008; cows, good to wishes for Club boys and girls. moro wo read them. I almost forgot choice $800.50, fair to good $0.5008, I am your friend, to mention that pari of their usefulcanners $100; stock steers $0.50 DAIRYMENI Frank Johnson. ness. 010.50, stock heifers $0.5008.50. Pee Geo 8AFETY FIRST Then when thoy havo dono all this comes in 20 Natural Calves Good to choice $18010, This combined StaJa and Varnish Is vastly Cleanliness Is Safety. good service they do duty again by Wood und Eiuimel good $11018, common and largo fair to USES OF NEWSPAPERS applied and assures perfect results at' Colors, White. Gold, 40010. being twisted tightly and used to small cost. Ak for Color Card. By Mrs. 8. Oilbirt It) and Silver, 15c up. Gentle treatment of our cows, heavy Hogs Selected shipper kindle tho fire. DesMoines Register horses, hogs aud sheep wilt put $14.50014.70, good to choice packers (Bunches of old newspapers may money In our pockets and peace and butchers $10.70010, medium $10, Wo could not keep house without ho obtained at The Citizen oflee at common to choice heuvy fat sows $09 newspapers. In our hearts. (110 lbs v 12, light shippers $10, pigs tho rate of three pounds for Ave Clean fish, chickens and meat on a cents.) and less) $10014. LIST OF SELECT BOOKS Continuation of List Begun la The Citizen, February 36 A HOME DEPARTMENT Investigator r" i onc-plc- co rcad-irapld- ly. J cd one-hal- two-day- rd y es, Hol-lea- vo J 1 vic-usin- iu 1 de Jer-bavi- ng m one-quar- ter ' J ,n. Xf 7r I Berea College Hospital Sun-l'arlo- 8, 040 Good as a new Frame Rc-Nu-L- ac -- WELCH'S DEPT. STORE I March 11, IMS. TUB CITIZEN Page Save INflOVM imirOlM IRTEIMTieitAL Kentucky Public School Legislation The Great By Prof. Chas. D. Lewis NEW COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION UNIONS TO GIVE GERMANY MAY GET EXTENSIVE LOANS SUNMYSQ100L LESSON Oly II. KITStWTKIl. ftKV U. Teacher of KtiKllih lllbte In Ihe Moody llihlc InMltntr if Olilmnn D Salvation By REV. P. Ii. FITZWATER Ttachtr ol Knallatl lllble. Moodr lllble llulltule, CIiIcmo TKXT.-llow ihnll we escape If ao great ealvnllonT lleb. IS. (Oprtlrht ill Uiern Nwptpr llnlnnl LESSON FOR MARCH 21 JOHN'S PICTURE OF IN HEAVEN. WORSHIP e neg-le- I. Why This Solvation 1. Is Qreat. la I.KPHON TKXT-Il- ev J M7. rnl glory, ClULDHN TKXT-Illeiiln- K, anil lmtnm, anl tlmnkmtlvInK, anil honor l lit lie nil and in unlo our flod Amen.-lte- v. for ever anil ever. 7:12. cfr. Home I'HIMAIir TOPIC - The- - Heavenly Jt'NIOH Itevelatlon OllmpM of Heaven, INTKIIMKIMATK AND ftKNIOIl TOPIC A Vlnlon of the (1 lor linn Future TOt'NO IMroi'l.: AND ADUIjT TOI'H" I'ermanent Mediates of the Hook ol TOPIC.-- A , - (vv. Oil). (1) 1. Who they nro (vv. !. 11). Redeemed jnt'ii (v. II). Tin)- iiremnln-l"of nil nations, n ml kindreds, mill people, nml tongues," They nre those to whom the "giwix-- l of the kingdom1 linn been preached by converted Isrwiltt'ft (Mutt. 21:11). In tin first pnrt of chapter seven we nv (JimI scaling hi chosen ones from were sealed with the Israel. Tlu-seal of God In their foreheads, which means llif siiperiittural endotihtlc dowment of the Holy Spirit on t lie While this last ilny (Joe) 2:i.'S-.TJwild partially fulfilled on the day of la Pentecost, its larger realization still future (Ada 2:1.V21). This la for tin equipment of the Jew for their divinely ordnlnoil mission, namely, In prvnrh the gospel of the kingdom to the whole world. When Hod sends forth Hip 144.000 Jpwa with tin' unction of tin; Holy Spirit, the tnmmiprnhle multitude from nil natlo" will receive Christ, the slnln Umih, for their redemption. (2) All the nngels (v. 11). Thee ntigcl ltnlore thla ascription of pntlc ofTcn-- hy these redeemed men hy saying "Aiiipii." 2. Whence cunie lhee redeemed! (vv. 13, II). They cnnie out of the Brent trlhtiliitlon (v. 14). After the rnptlire of Hie Church (I Thexa. 4:13-18awful tlaya of suffering and trlnl come Umiii the world (II Thess. 2:7, 8). It la the time of sorrow aliall hold when the sway: auch dnya na were not before nor ahull beuftcr. In which If not shortened no flesh could he an veil (Slntt. 24:15. 21. 22; cf. I)nn. 7:8; 0:20, 27). S.JVImt they sny (vv. 10, 12). (1) Salvation to our God nnd the lJimb (v. 10). They nscrlhe their snlvntlon to Ood through tho sacrifice of the I.nml). ."vans Christ. (2) "Rlcsslng." ac. wwledcp that nil blessings I from him. (3) "Glory." They miedge him na the glorious one the one to whom nil glory should (given. "Wisdom." He Is wlso nnd nil wisdom cornea nun him. (5) "Tlianksglvlng." snlvntlon wna provided hy him. (0) "Honor." Their hearts went out to him In high esteem. (7) "Power and might." They recognized tlmt nil power Inhereil In him. II. The Blessedness of the Worhlp-er- a (vv. God's throne 1. Tliey are before (vv. 0. 15). They nro In heaven nnd nenr the throne of Ood. .Tesua Christ li now prepurlng mnnslnna for those who ahnll go to henven (John 14 2. Clothed with white robes (vv. 0, 14). Their white robes suggest their character. They hnve been made such In the blood of the Ijunb, The only way for n sinner to be mnde rend for henven Is through the blood of I. The Worshiper s anti-Chri- ), 'v se 3. They benr palm branches (v. 0). The significance of the palm Is found In the use Hint the Jews mnde of It nt the Fenst of Tabernacles. It wns a time of grent Joy, because It represented the gnthcred harvest. The bearers of the pnlm brunches will experience the blessedness of not only being In henven, but of enjoying for their, work on enrth. 4. They serve Ood day and night (v. 15). Heaven Is not a plnce of Idleness, or altogether of singing Christ. God's prnlscs, but a place where real, vital service la rendered to Ood; Indeed, there are nobler field of endeavor awaiting us beyond thla life. Tills life Is hut a (raining school In which wo are mnde ready for service In henven. 5. Oml dwells among tllein (v. 1.1). To get to heurcn at all would bo truly blessed, but to bo there and have Ood to dwell among us will be wonderful. 0. Hunger no more nor thirst (v. 10). Here life Is one continuous round of hungering nnd thirsting. In heaven we shall neither hunger nor thirst, for Jesus Christ, the Inmb, shall feed us. The straits and necessities of life will then he over. 7. Neither shall the sunlight or heat come upon them (v. 17). 8. Ood shall wipe away all tears from their eyes (v. 17). reverence for Hie nngeia. tnose noiy messenger who nt sundry times In diver nnd mntiiiern appeared to their father, but the nutlior of snlvntlon, the Son of Ood, Is so much greater thnn the angel Hint he Is worshiped by thein. Not only this, but he Is the etcnml One who crented all thing, nnl Inhering In himself nrc nil the eseiilnl element of Deity. 2. Ilornum. It snves from Kreiit sins. Thl nlvntlon was not designed only for the mighty, the noble, and the good, but for the vilest sinner ns well. The prophet any. Though your sin be ns scnrlet they shall be as white ns snow; though they be red like crimYew, son they shnll bo ns wool." though you mny hnve , committed murder mid the sentence of death lie uwnltlng joii; though you hnve stolen; though you hnve gone to the limit of sensuality until you are noth-less thnn a moral leper, thl solvation Is so grent Hint It can save you If )ou will nit Iny hold on It. 3. IleciiliM- - It saves from grent dnn-geThe lllble represents nil men who hnve not come under the snlvntlon of the Mood of Christ ns sinners nml snys tlmt tho wnges of sin Is death. Man sin Is so grent that Ood soya that for the Impenitent there awaits mi eternal hell, an everlasting burning, un unending ruin. This awful doom Is hanging over every mnn who hns not surrendered to the Lord Jesua Christ. 4. IleeatiMe It takes men of the meanest type and niniiuer of life nnd elevates them to princely honors. A. lleciitise It was accomplished Wo luid great suffering. through turned every one to his own wny, and the Lord caused to strike on him the lnlfulty of us all. Christ's suffering wns ho great that his sweat becamo as grent drops of blood. May Be It. How This Salvation Lost. There It mny be lost by neglect. nr some things which mny bo neglected without entnlllng great Inconvenience or loss, but the great salvation provided In Christ Is one thing which It will not 'do to neglect; to do mi Is the height of folly nnd madness. Observe! 1. To lose this salvation" there need not necesnrlly be any grave offense ngalnst morality. You may be living a clean life, possessing good Intentions, fully decided thnt sometime you will lny hold of ejernni life; yet If you neglect, you will bo overtnken with eternal disaster nnd ruin. 2. There mny not be any conscious or spoken rebellion ngalnst Ood, yet you mny be lost, for "he thnt Is not "for me Is gainst nie." Your neglect to come out on the Lord's sldo nnd mnfce a coifeNlon In the atoning blood may ergulf your soul forever In the abyss of woe. 3. There may not be any fault finding or speaking ngnlnst this snlvntlon only the delay In embracing1 It. 4. There mny not bo any decided refusnl of the offer of salvation In Christ, simply neglect. 5. All one needs to do In order to be lost Is to do nothing. There nre but three steps to bell, namely, neglect, Indifference, nud refusal. PerIndiffersistent neglect occasions ence; continued Indlfferenco terminates In hnrdlieNS of henrt nnd stubborn Ilecmie lis niilhor n grent. The Last week tho powers conferred upon (he new County Hoard of Education by (lie hill providing for its election, wcro mentioned. I will now present tlio reasons for giving lo this board such largo powers as compared with Hioso possessed by tlir present Ilonrd. The Appointment of the County Jews bud utpiH Superintendent aWK this r. 'Die power lo appoint the County School Superintendent Is probably Ibe greatest and tlio most Important power given to the now Hoard. This mny seem to somo an unwise step, but a litllo thought will show tho wisdom'of the change. Tlio business of public education is every year becoming a more difficult ono because of tho many subjects which have hrjm added to tho Course of Study within a generation, and the large number of social problems wlilcli n'ro doing reached Ibroupd tho schools. In tho past, about all that wns required of County Superintendents was that be bo honest antl capablo of carrying on the business connected with payment of teachers, building houses etc. Hut ii is not so now. Education hns become complex, and Is as much a professional matter as is medicine or law, and in order thai it may bo administered lo the best atlvantago it must bo In tho hands of ono thoroughly trained for tho work. Many of our county superintendents at present nro faithful and efficient, hut they liavo small power, and tho conditions of their election make It impossible that they enter tho work as a profession. The Clly Superintendent Is, on tho other Jinnd, a professional schoolman. It is possiblo for him to grow in his profession, because, In caso ho makes good In ono town or city, ho can bo called lo another which offers better salary and enlarged opportunities for service. In this wny the young men and women who wish lo enter school work as a llfo cnlling seek positions as graded or high scdool Principals, for from tlieso position t'icy may bo advanced to City Superintendences In any part of tho country. As a result, tho children of tho rural community d- - pol, t u the average, havt schools as well organized and as wisely administered as tho children of the towns and cities, with thoro-su- lt that many of our best rural citizens nro leaving their farms in order lhat tdcy may obtain belter educational advantages for their children. With tlio coming of tlio nppolntlvo County Superintendent, however, all is changed. Any young man or woman may study for this work, nnd when prepared to do It well will bo cliglblo for appointment In any ono of Iho 120 counties of tho Stale. Tho salary provided, n minimum of $1,200, whllo not so high as it should bo, compares well Willi salaries paid by small towns and high schools, and thero Is noth ing to prevent a wide-awacounty from securing tho services of as good a school man as thero is In Iho Slalo by showing a wliiingncs lo pay what such a person Is worth. A few years ago, when Alabama enacted rf law similar to tho one recently passed by our Legislature, ono' county offered Slalo Superintendent Facger such an attractive salary and such flno opportunity to build up a school system that do resigned dis slalo office to accept Ido county position. Under tlio old law, dowever, it was impossiblo for a person to look upon County as a llfo work, for only tho county of dis residence was open to dim, and tden only provided Ids political inclinations wen rigdt, and lie possessed marked idil-il- y r. as a To those v7io claim thnt tho new law removes power from tho people, let me say that tho pcoplo elect the County Board, knowing wild wdal powers it Is clothed, and that its ncls will bo their acts. They must place men and women of tho dlgdcst cdaractcr, and flno ability on tho Hoard so that the welfare of tho children of tho county will bo Iho only motive that will influenco them in the exercise of their duties. No ono living in a town or cily would think of proposing that a Superintendent of Schools for that educational unit be elected by popular volo on a party ticket, from residents of the district. On tho other hand they would expect tho Hoard that they elect to seek far and wide for tho best person available lo put in chargo of their children. Why, then, should not, the County Superintendent, who, has tho entire responsibility Vfpr tho management of tho schools from which tho children of the farm are to sccuro their education, bo chosen in a manner calculated to bring tho county as digit a type of professional ability as that which tho towns and cities enjoy? Nothing is too good for the children of the open country. (Continued Next Week) ke Super-Inlcndcncy vole-gette- IS. LAWTRYDU T President Asks Roads and ployees to Name Board. TEST Labor OF ACT IS Em- HOLLAND SAYS, RECALLING PREDICTION OF OHIOAN AMERICA TO BE ASKED TO JOIN ALLIES POSTPONED In Proposed Good Declare Men Are All Leader Americans and Will Help Preildent In HI Effort to See Juitlcc Done. Extension of Aid to ForEnemy Financiers mer Foresee Danger of Economic Collapse Unlets Anlttance I Forthcoming Early. refusal, . This Great Salvation Is, Neglected. 1. Hecause there Is Imt one wny of escape, thnt Is, through belief on the Lord Jesus Christ. There Is "no other nnme under heaven given nmong men whereby we must be snved 2. Hecause" there Is hut ono life to live nnd thnt life Is made up of opportunities of snlvntlon; hence If these neglected In this life opportunitiestliere Is no possible wny of escnpe, 3. Hecause there Is no recntnnce beyond the grave; as death leaven us so will tho Judgment find us. 4. Ilecnuse there are no more offerings for sli. There are , no more Savior to die; therefore, to miss the salvation offenil by Jesus Christ Is to be forever lost. 0. Hecause there are no more Spirits to quicken Ihoso dead In trespasses and sin. It Is the Spirit that quick-enetIf wu resist Jesus too long he will tnke hli departure forever. Ood Miys. "My Spirit will not always strive." Since. thercforet there Is a great salvation offered, "whosoever will, may come." "Now Is the accepted time." The door of mercy Is now open. Will you not receive him III. The Impossibility of Escape If Jeremy Taylor. This Day Only. Enjoy the blessings of tho day If Ood sends them; and the evils bear patiently ami sweetly; for this day only Is ours ; we are dead to yesterday, and not born to tomorrow, h; Greatest of All Cunning. The greatest of all cunning Is to seep blind to the snares which we know are laid for ui; men are neve' o 'easily deceived as while they arc endeavoring to deceive tow? ; Still a Man. lie a philosopher, but amid all youi philosophy, be still a. muiu Hume. visor mat he was "under arrestfbi having transported liquor" and ordered his men to seize the wine AGAINST DRY LAW Grove began to fight, but wns over powered. The wine, lie says, was returned to the ScalcucI brothers by McDonough, who, the report adds, told PROHIBITION CAUSE OF UNREST the brothers to post an armed guard AMONG MINERS IN IRON over It, with orders to shoot If the i Federal agent tried to regain possesCOUNTY, MICHIGAN. sion. After receiving the report Mujoi Dulrymple asked that Attorney Gen Prohibition Agent and Party of Mich-Iga- eral Palmer Instruct the United In Marquette State, Constables Held Up By States Commissioner Iron County Officials and Wine They Mich., to Issue the warrants. Grove Had Confiscated Taken From Them. reported that District Attorney Myron II. Walker, of Grand Ilnplds, haJ ordered the Commissioner to Issue nc Western Newspaper Union Newt Stnrle warrants without tlrst submitting theic Chicago. A "rebellion against pro- to him, which would require from 0 tc hibition" has started In Iron County, 15 days. Samples of,tlie wine, seized In a Michigan, and the county, led by the Prosecuting Attorney, Is In open revolt raid some time ago, tested 14 pet against Kedernl authority, Major A, V. cent alcohol. Iron Itlver Is n village In the mining district a few miles frorc Dnlynniile, Federal Prohibition Director for tho Central States, notified the Wisconsin line. The population ol Washington. A prohibition agent and tho county is composed largely of Itala party of Mlchlgnn State Constables ians and Sicilians, jiceordlng to Grove wcro held up February 10 by Iron nnd "bootlegging" bus been rampant County otllclals nnd wlno they hud In the hills unit woods for months confiscated was taken from them, ac- The Michigan State Constabulary trleC cording to word brought to Chicago by to "cleun up" the county u few months Leo J. Grove, of Marquette, super- ago, und Captain Marsh, of tho Con vising prohibition ngent for the Upper stabulary, was shot by a "bootlegger.' Peninsula. Major Dulrymple appealAttorney General Pulmer, who stop ed to Attorney General A. Mitchell Pal- ped In Chicago for a few hours, en mer to order warrants to bo Issued routo to Topeka, Kan., told newspapei for tho utrest of tho Prosecutor, two men that bis olllce was ready to fur Deputy Sheriffs, two police ollleers and nlsh all possible to the three other residents of Iron lllver, prohibition agents. a mining vlllnge. An appeal addressed through Daniel Whllo awaiting word from Federul C Roper, Commissioner of Internal authorities Major Dalrympo Issued or- Revenue, In tho regular way, would ders for n company of picked prohibi- bring an Investigation of the Michigan tion agents to guther prepared to case, be said. It might be possible, he start on, an armed expedition, which, he added, to perfect arrangements wheredeclared, Is to "clean up" Iron County. by the United States Commissioner 1b Tho Michigan Statu Constabulary will Marquette might use warrants without bo asked to co operate In the expediwaiting to submit the facts to District tion. Grove, accompanied hy Lleuten-un- t Attorney II. M. Walker, of Qnai It. G. Stropo und Troopers Masters Rapids. and Kind, of tho State Constabulary, seized 11 barrels of wine at a mine two miles from Iron lllver, be reported to Search Fof Bandits Fruitless. Major Dulrymple. Tho wlno is said s Nogales, Ariz. Sheriff It. U. to have been made by John, Peter and posse returned to Montana Steven Sculeuel, wealthy Italians, who own several business houses In Camp after a fruitless search below Iron Itlver, Grovo loaded tho liquor Uie International boundary line for Into a sleigh und started to move It Ezequlel Lara uud a companion, alto Caspian, headquarters of the State leged Mexican bundlts, charged with Constabulary In that section ot the having killed Alexander J. Fraser and peninsula. When the sleigh reached seriously wounding his brother, John Iron Itlver It wus met by Prosecuting A. Fraser, during n raid at Arlvuca, Attorney P. A. McDonough, Deputy Plum county, Arizona. A second posse Sheriffs Chard und Jesse Allen, Police sent out In search of the first was reSheriff Earhurt said bo folChief C. II. Scnslba and Police Captain called. lowed a "hot trull" to the border, but Claude Drown, McDonough, according to Grove' after crossing Into Mexico be lost all repopt. told. the. Prohibiten. Sucfx truce of, the bandits. REBELLION WAGED 1 ' n Washington. March 3. President Wilson linked the railway executives and employees to Join In selecting for n bipartisan board "for the purpose of attempting hy con ference to ngreo" upon a solution of Hie railway wnge problem under section ."501 of the railroad bill. In his letter to Iho employees President Wilson quoted from his communication to them of Inst Saturday, saying he believed such a board wquld go fur townrd maturing the wage dis pute "for final disposition" nnd nskedj sucn nut me iiromernooiis seieci numbers of representatives as may seem appropriate" to conduct the conference. Hotli sides were requested by the president to forward the names of their representatives to Director General Illnes. who. the letter said, would ar range for the first conferences nt whlrh questions of procedure nnd representation which might arise could be decided. Reviews Wage Situation. In his letter lo Mr. Cuyler the president reviewed the rnllwiiy wage situation from the presentation of the de ninnds Inst August to the present time and recalled that Inst month he had told the union representatives that settlement of these demands ought not to be postponed for a further Indefinite period und Unit the matter should he handled by nil agency which could continue to function nfter federal operation of the roads censed. "Since the railroad companies hnve now resumed the operation of their properties and since the transportation act lms hocotne n law," he said, "the wny Is open for the Immediate handling of the wnge mutter In accordance with procedure contemplated by that law. "I believe all will agree that the mutter culls for the earliest disposition and for the most active and earnest to avoid any delny whatever In bringing It to a conclu sion. Section 301 of the transports Hon act contemplates that the carriers and employees mnj nnd ought to se lect representatives who will In effect constitute a bipartisan bourd for the purpose of attempting by conference to agree upon a solution of wage problems subject to other provisions of the law. "In view of the generality of these demands, affecting the railroad em ployees on all the railroads which have been under federal control and In view of the manifest desirability and Justice of the earliest possible disposition of the demands, I request that the companies select such number of representatives as may seem Appropriate to them to conduct the conference nnd negotiations contemplated by section 301, to the end thnt such representatives may promptly meet In conference with representatives selected hy tho employees In accordance with the request I am making of them and mny thus Initiate the necessary proceedings." In his letter to the executives of the labor organizations, the president quoted from his communication to them Inst Saturday upon signing .the railroad bill. In which he called attention to sections of the Inw providing for wage boards, and added: "I therefore request that your organization select such number of representatives as may seem appropriate to them to conduct the conference and negotiation contemplated by section 301. to the end thnt such representatives may promptly meet In conference with the representatives selected by the railroad companies In accordance with the request I am making of them und mny thus Initiate the necessary proceedings." Will Give New Law Trial. Representatives of the railroad unions nre understood to have voted to give the new railroad law a trial In bringing nbout a settlement of their wage demands. It Is understood also that they decided to hold In abeyance plans to test the constitutionality of the law and not to refer tbe controversy to the unlou membership for a vote "until the law hns been given a fnlr trial." This means, It Is said, that all danger of a general strike at this time has been removed. One of the union official said: "We are all good Americans nnd desire to go along with tbe president as far as we can." rail-roa- d ever requirements for repnrntlon were exacted, and, furthermore, to receive nnd pay for imports, especially of raw materials as well as railroad and industrial supplies and equipment from other nations. It Is the belief of some of those who have studied present-daconditions nnd who arc of influence In our own financial world, that If there be wise and reasonable precautions and adequate security It would be the piirt of wisdom for the United States to participate In such a loan to Germany as Lloyd George has now proposed, If only the German Government backs any loan with negotiable securities; which are sure to have Intrinsic vnlue.1 powers. A proposal of this kind ls spoken of here as sufficient to prove the somewhat desperate condition which prevail In Germany. Unless Germany can recover and become Industrially strong there is danger of collapse. The reaction upon tlio other nations which a German collapse would: cause would entail conditions which, are spoken of as sure to be serious and y Wfttern Newspaper Union New Service. New York. Karon d'Kstourncltcs de Constat, well remembered In the United States as an enthusiastic advocate of peace, who, nevertheless, after the European war wns declared supported every measure taken In France to resist Germnii Invasion nnd to defeat the Oerninn army, wrote to his friends In the United States some two years ago expounding his view ns to, what should be the relation of the allies to Germany nfter the war was ended. The Ilaron Is n life member of tho French Senate. He Is esteemed as worthy to rank with the most Intellectual of Frenchmen today. Ills lecture lour In the United Stntes a year beforo the European war began wns attended in the nggregnte by ninny thousands, and be did much to promote feeling In fnvor of the International League of France, pispntehes from Europe mnke It clear that the view which was held by Uie Huron two years ago, and exclusively hy him, now Is entertained by the allied nations. It Is reported thnt Lloyd George at tho recent London conference of the nllled Premiers such arrangement ns will enable Germany to float n very large International loan, chiefly In the neutral European countries, but nlso In South America and, if possible, In the United States. This proposition does not differ in principles, although It docs In some dctnll.v from the view taken by Ilaron two years ago. He regarded! It ns essential, not only to Germany's Industrial recovery, but to International trade, that nil reasonable aid be extended to Germany so that she might build up her Industries, begin ngaln to trade with other nations, and In that way obtain Income which would enable her to pay her debts, to meet whatd'Est-ournel- les possibly dangerous. French Refuse to Respect Hymn. Berlin. The fashionable Adlon Hotel dining room was Uie scene of a fight between Prince Joachim Albrccht of Prussia, cousin of tho former German Emperor, and hla guests, and Captains Klein and Rough-evl- n and Madam Klein, members ot Uie French mission. Hostilities were due to the French refusing to stand while the orchestra was playing "Deutschland uber Alles." e Chamberlain Hotel Destroyed. Old Point Comfort The Chamberlain Hotel, a famous tourist resort, erected by permission of Congress on Uie Government reservation at Fortress Monroe, was destroyed by a Are that originated In a room on the ground floor. The Are loss Is esti- mated at $000,000. Thldy-Thre- e , Killed By Villa (lie Raider, El Pnso, Texas. Francisco Villa commanded bandits who held up and robbed north-boun- Mexico City passenger train nenr Corralltes, whea ,13 persons were killed and several held for ransom, Including one American, according to passengers who readied Chihuahua City. Tax Dodgers Beware I Washington. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel O. Roper called on "ull honest citizens" to aid in bringing to Justice Uie tax dodjf ed the man who deliberately falsifies his Income-oattempts tax evasion. x Ear-hart'- Sixty-siReds Arrested In Raid. alleged radicals Akrou. Sixty-siwere taken In raids on meeting places Extremely Low Temperature Cause by Federal operatives, city police, Deputy Sheriffs, and Industrial police, Heavy Lot In 8outh Florida Vegeheaded by II. W. Kage, of tbe Departtable Field Wiped Out ment of Justice. The men were memMiami, Fla, March 3. Damage es- bers of the Industrial Workers of the party, Itusslan timated at $3,000,000 was done to fruit World, Communist and vegetables In south Florida by unlou, Workmeu's International Industrial union, und Holshevlkl, Chief Kugo the .extremely low temperatures. Vegetable fields north vf Miami were prac- said. Peo Mouoldl, alleged National tically wiped out, while early reports organizer of the Industrial Workers ot show tbe damage to the south to be the World, aud an associate, A. Eu uiunuel were among those arrested. tniut. 79 per cent $5,000,000 LOSS IN FRUITS x Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN Church Sunilay-nc- v. Anderson, of depth of bI.x Inches. Hawk, passed through Conway inclemency of tho Sunday-school Number 37. Owing lo tho East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No forrnrtondmc (iray lo-d- ay weather, Iho pubtUhrd unlf l ifrnrd In full br th writer. Th nam It not for publication, but an arid nra of rood faith. Write plalnlr. Berea Rhode Island Red Poultry Association been very sick with Influenza, Berea, Kentucky but will be ablo to bo out again soon-MIEmily W I nnro turned to "HELP PAINT EASTERN KENTUCKY RED." Green Hall school at Borea, Mondaychool Green Hall, March 5 W. N. has been closed at Irvlno. on ac- Hughes and Carter MahafTcy have counl of lnflucna.-Scv- cral from been trading farms. Mr. Hughes county Court rZnl ,)InC0 nllcruIc(i will move hero near his store, va-l- ni niehmoml Imlnv- - Prcachlnir at ealed by Mr. Mahaffey In about W'iscmantown Sunday. Wo hope to Rockford lny,s. Ho contemplates have a beautiful Sunday and a good, thirty orkfor(I Mnr 7 Wfl nrc ,wv building and rebuilding, making crowd. went to jnR McGeorgo J. co(, wcnt, 80mc h, n model home. Mr. Mahaffey Owsley County ast week and bought this ( ni() Fbfmm nro , will movo whero Mr. Hughes Is now 'n "iv am una id ii u tia tu living. Wendell McCoIlum, travel with home folks a few days into Scaffold Cane sectionThomas ing salesman for Kellogg & Co., wcck' Barrett and family aro down with called on W. IS. Hughes & Son flu. Samuel McIIone and family Wednesday. Ed. Hurst leaves for OWSLEY COUNTY all havo flu. Nowlon Richmond's Ohio In about a week. He plans to Scovllle family have flu. Mrs. Loo Hullcn, movo his family there shortly after March 1, 1920. Misses Rcba Wil liis arrival. C. S. Wyatt nnd family Hams and Nellie Dooloy spent came in Monday night from Indiana, Saturday night and Sunday with nr. Chas. Robinson Is tho attending physirian.-Wes- loy Hullcn has fever They have moved Into their now Miss Carrio J. Rowland. Miss Pearl 1. Tbfjr are ipark-prooan, ig vpry sick. nIso ,lis mUo home near Green Hall. Earnest Mainous spent tho woek-en- d B. They are at tho daughter has symptoms of typhoid Sexton came home from the oil home of her uncle, Ballard Isaacs, rover.-J- .T. 3. thty do not warp. Stephens is confined on fields Saturday night. He is planof Ruck Creek. Mrs. Sigol Isaacs account of pain in back and chest, 4. Hot dors not dry them out Ice action ning on farming during the sum- and two children, of Vincent, visited will not brralc thrra. William Griffith, Jr., who has been mer season. Miss Dahlia Ilughc3 her sister, Mrs. C. B. Rowland, two,,own for tho past three weeks with 6. Wind cannot lift thtm. nnd Lula Flanery were welcome days last wook-M- lss Fannie Flan- -, pneumonia, is able to bo out again, 0. A'isllors of Miss Winnie Strong, cry arc pmtrctrd from nut and 3 returned home from Richmond Several persons who went to won't rot off. Saturday night and Sunday. There last Thursday. Clayton Rowland Hamilton from Rockcastlo county 7. They are beautiful have a roufjh ulale ur ' is a great deal of sickness In this and Alec Doolcy, who havo been i,avo died of flu and pneumonia and ..w tMiiuvimiiiK nun aiuivii, uncK or oincr neighborhood; lagrlp, influenza and employed in Cincinnati for the past (heir bodies were brought back Cue conitractioii pneumonia, but up to this writing, month, homo Tuesday. ror burial. Wm. Griffith, fir. im 8. Tbtlr natural ml or grw n color (the crunbul , thcro have been no deaths. Ches They aro returned recovering from an attack purchased a share in tho Bcrea and1 aiaic; II lauciCM. ter Flanery and family havo moved uoc Mcrncrson nas Disnutanl.i Tclcnhnnn m. nnri im 0. They arc enduring. The malerlaU from from Richmond and will livo near oi lagrippc. had pleurisy. Aunt which lliey aro nude guarantee it. Eipc-rienbis father, W. M. Flanery. Dean died Sunday night Emcllno Gross his p10no in.FIoyd Rich spent ahowi it. of flu at tho homo Salurday night with Everett Todd. Crowfoot left, Friday, for Hamilton her daughter, Mrs. Willie Judd 10. Tliey arc ineiwnilvr. Iw in fint out. And Silver Creek The Rev. W. H. Anderson, of IIM and Rising Sun, Ohio. He plans to of require no luinlintforolhcr Silver Creek, Feb. 1(5. Tho farm Jackson Comty, filled his make his borne in Ohio. Mrs. Jane Are adaptable to all ilads of LuilJingj. ers aro busy about their farming, regular appointment at Scaffold Sturgeon Hughes has been sick for the past March 7, 1920. Fred Peters or Cane today (Sunday) with n small Many nro planning on sowing largo week, but is improving fast at this wiling. Mrs. M. T, Robinson iS Island City, has recently returned attendanco on account of sickness tobacco beds soon. Hiram Powell's and Richard Hurnell's families have also sick with la grip. Carter Ma from Hamilton 0. where ho had been and tho cold weather. Yard ISaar flu. Dr. Alson Baker Is tho attending BEREA, KY. Phone- - Day 113 haffey has gone lo Wild Dog onj called to seo his sick brother, who L. Sc. N. Depot Night 138 physician. Mrs. Susio Ballard still lias been very low with flu and MADISON COUNTY business this week. l continues very poorly. Aunt Sallio Coyle pneumonia, but Is belter now. Wo Coyle, March 8. I1W aro glad to report that there nr. Dewey Powell Johnson is very feeblo at present. Clover Bottom old. On Feb Clover Bottom, March 1. Thero only a few case's of flu in this vi- and wife were with tho former's Sho is nearly Jeff ruary 8lh Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd is n crent final nf sinknosa in this cinity J. T. Wilson's family havo parents Over Sunday night. neiehhnrhood a. nrosnnf fiovoml I Ia,(b taken their beds with tho cpi Halo was in town on business last (known as Undo Tobe) colebrated withstand tho ravages of the dis RAILROAD MEASURE IS iarmors hero have dona week. Mrs. Mary Richardson or their golden wedding anniversary. oases. families aro down with influenza,' "emic-i- ne He left evideticc that it Is well SIGNED BY PRESIDENT but most all arc reported lo bo very littlo toward farm work on ac- - this place is visiting relatives in UTnclo and Aunl, wo extend lo you boiler. Jesse and Joo Smith camo counl of bad weather. Miss Flor- - Jackson County this week. Miss 0,ir heartiest congratulations for with his soul and ns tho main pur to po.so of life Is to prepare for tho All Transportation Lines Oo Oack to homo from Bcrea, Saturday, where ence Wilson, our merchant, called tol Martha Dean has gone to tho hospi- - man" moro happy years-Succ- css life to como, wo should rejoico, the Control of the they aro in school, and found tho seo nomo roiks Saturday night and tai lo bo operated on again. Clinton "10 citizen anil lis many readers, rather than grieve over tho passln? Mrs. James l'oweil visited relatives in Panola Owners. , ,. entire family down with Influenza. win return Monday. away of Ibis dear boy. Coyle Green Abrams and family have Smith has just returned from Bea-t- last Saturday and Sunday, Hurrah Wnahlngton, March T. lrcTtfenT Todd' As we think of his short life wo had tho influenza, but arc getting tyvillo whero sho has been visit for Tho Citizen and its many read- - Coyle, Feb. family, who have bad tho flu. aro know it wan filled with qulctno!.', Wllon alginil tho ralinmd hill mnk-In- s Blalno Wilson crsl better. A fine boy arrived at the ing her daughter. It a able to bo out again. Russell Todd, lelpfulncss and unselfishness, nnd oiiinreifs lnr. The leglalatlon on which homo qf Walter Abrams and wife, spent Sunday afternoon with S. C. lui worked Intenulltently for a Berea student, was with home though he will bo sorely missed nioiidis hecume Big Hill February 20. Born to Harry Miller Rice. Vernon Wilson spent Sunday effective tlio preal-tleBig Hill, March G The unfavor- - rlks last week, Mrs. James Powell by tho dear ones left behind, they and wife, a boy which lived only a coasting with J, F. Wilson's boys- linvlng approved It at spent last Saturday with Mrs. II P, an look forward with joy to tlio time the roids were turned the mine N. Brewer's able weather is delaying the farm- ld short time. We were sorry to hear t. back by Hie government ers with their plant beds Georgo ' oweiiJamcs I owell made a bus! blissful reunion "Over There" to their owners at of tho death of tho Rev. William baby died one night last week 12:01 o'clock Monday morning. W. II. Eastham was born In Pu Powell, who died last week of Mrs. Harden Wilson is very poorly, Rogers, of this vicinity, died after "ess trip to Berea last Saturda- yThu, rnila 2J months of federal conMrs. N. W. Brewer is also poorly. a long illness nt his homo near Bob " "lard Ldwards growed 51,100 laski County, 'Ky., Juno 28, 18M; pneumonia fever. Miss Lillian Ab trol and oonitlon of the line. Som Town, February 28 James Hamil- - worth of tobacco on three-fourtBlaino Wilson has his new loparted thii life Feb. 27 1020, of the urgent rams spent a few days al Bcrea last Journalistic advocates of ton; Morgan Noely and Rilev Amvx. r an aero of ground. Leo Peters' ul mil I 5:0J p. m. having reached Iho government almost completed. week. Sammie and Clay Miller, of ownership havo within the ,I,,K3 nre '""jciy improving, ago of sixty-thrc- o of Jackson County, stayed over night years and eight last week threatened Mr. WIIkou that Richmond, who have been here on wiin j. l. Hignilc, on their way lo months. He camo with his family 'f he blgiuil this bill he would eul the a visit, have returned borne. GARRARD COUNTY lo Heron. Fob. 7, for llie pllrposO Of doom of the Democratic party, hut he court at Richmond Born lo Mr. Clay Lick White Lick " -' grT? making their homo Ihttt thoy might hIkihmI It. nevertheless. Clay Lick, March i. While Lick, March 8. Mrs. A. B. and Mrs. J. W. Hudson, a flno boy Parrot There is flic prelilent Issiied n proclaiUfitltin Piof which tlmy urn proud. Thero i"Ho a lot of slofcrica in this com havi lilt) benefit Parrol, Mar. 7. Not much farm Wynn. who has been visiting in educational nnmlnc Walker I). Hlnes, under thd work being dono on account of tho Har.'an County, has returned home. was a singinff ai the flow Ambrosos nuinity. .Mr. and Mrs. SLulm Kow. nr.il rolifffoUa advantages here. provisions of the net, to wind up oil Saturday night and 'a large crowd lor nro just eelUns un from thn flu Ho had boon suffering from a deep mutter arlnlug cold and snow which March is Mr. nnd Mr3. W. c. Wynn. who otil of federal control. bringing. Sickness in this immo- - havo been ill, ara better. Miss attended. A nice time was reported. Ilolh havo been very sickMI of cold for somo time, which doveloped He ii Iso nent his reply lo the 15 rail wuy unions which have Jrned Shut r.njari oay, or IJoone County, w ilho Humani's family havo flu; inlo pneumonia. diflto neighborhood is on a decline Mossie Parsons visited Mr. and Mrs. - About all that havo had tho flu are Arthur Matlock" from Thursday un- moved near hero, and is liking this nlso Willio White, Mrs. Hill Stout Doctors, nurses and luVcd ones pending wage dispute tdiould be left lo, n bipartisan body tniinngeiilfnta Amy Gabbard is very sick til Saturday. better. Robert Creech and country line. Tho influenza Is rng- - lia? flu. Wolford Logsdon and son, Iriod their utmost to restore health nnd men to operate Independently of Avitb a relapse after tho flu. Guy sisler, Florence, wero in Berea Sat- ing rapidly around here, but hasn't Clmrlio. mado a business trip to Pa but in vain. Ho leaves a wife, seven the hlll.- Sunday- - nola last Friday.-Je- an urday. Thurston Robinson and Miss caused many deaths. Raines has had measles recently, Hosier, who iiaiiKliters, Uinm sons, two brothers, The president took the position that but is out again John Couch and Maggie Wilson visited friends at school at Dob Town is nrotrresslntr has boon sick for ntlifn n wlillo .q ami a host of other relatives and the machinery set up by the new railfamily left last Tuesday for Indi Level Green Sunday. friends to nwail tlio summons of road net Is iitniiiii to advance quick Miss Parrie nli.elvMp. Howling of this nlacc. no better. Tina Williams nmi ana, where they will make their Clark visited Misses Elizabeth and 13 ,r',nS t organize a Junior Or- - ily havo moved into their new house. donlh, nnd tho reunion in tho Eter nnd fair settlements, lie pointed out that tho net Itself sets forth that nit liome Dewey Gabbard, of Parrot, Florence Creech last Friday week. der. Tho writer wishes him much Wo nro glad to welcome them into nal City. nnd officers and emnun midsL Mis Afnririn U'llllnml and Delia Moore, of Ionia, Laurel Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Hounsbell SUCCeSS. Tho happiest memory tho ono currier shall their every ployees means poscounty, were united in marriage last havo moved to Copper Creek. Mr. was married lo Mr. l'ralther, of Gar. which gives tho most consolatll- n- sible to avoid exert a halt In transportation Saturday week at tho bride's home. and Mrs. Grovcr Hounslicll moved rard County, Ia.it Thursday. Ernest s, that in early lifo ho gnvo himself growing out of any dispute, and that Bobtown Stanley Couch and wife, of Hamil- whero Ballard Hounslicll lived. was visiting Jno. Odcll and to tho Lord. Boblown. February 29. Little J.I " whenever possible dispute shall be ton, 0, aro visiting relatives at this Best wishes to The Citizen and its I. Necly Is visiting his aunt. Mrs. family last Saturday Ed Bingham He was nn affcctionalo husband decided In conference between repreplaco. U'e guest of Mr. and Sirs. Stan- - and father, an agrccablo neighbor sentative and employees. Whitlock, of White Hall, this wock.h Bob Gaines and wife are readers. Mr. Wilson holds that the plnln Intho proud parents of a new baby, Miss Loerada Creekmoro is visit- rowlcr last Wednesday Groen linl friend. bibill ing Mrs. Allco Bales of Berea. this Brockman, from Deputy, Ind., who xiorn cbruary 28th; named Oma. "In my fathers houso aro many tention nf theshould was that a try ROCKCASTLE COUNTY partisan body set week Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cornell- visiting his uncle. 0. L. mansions. If it wro not so I would to settle the pending bewage up to "eon Conway problem. ESTILL COUNTY Conway, March 8. Noah Trisscll son wero tho nflernnon gliosis. Sun- - Gabbard, retimed Inst Saturday nc- - have told you. I go to preparo a and Miss Mao Bailey returned to day, of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. K. McKce- - ecnipanied by his frlond, Willlo placo for you. And if I go to pre- ESPIONAGE SENTENCE UPHELD Witt Witt, March 1. Thcro is much their homes in Ohio today after a ham. Mrs. John McKceham mado Jones Mr. and Mrs. Wolford Logs- - paro a placo for you I will como ,l,,n wro tlio guosta of Mr. nnd Mrs. again and reciovo you unto mysolf, Convictions of Officials and Employee sickness around hero now. B. It. week's visit with relatives in Bcrea a flying (rip to Bcrea, Saturday Gumm's family has been down with and Conway, Married, at tho homo hit a Hums was a guest of Mary wmruo Williams last Sunday of the Philadelphia Tageblatt that whero I am, thcro you may bo Held Valid. . influenza. They aro all better at of Iho brido near Conway, Susio ISeely Thursday nlghf Mrs. Jim Master Gills Fowler, of Borea. is also." present. Mrs. Roland Witt and son. Beldon to Mr. Oscar Gadd, tho iSeely was tho guest of Mrs. Julia visiting his grandma, Mrs. Humph- - Tho funeral of tho father and son Wnshlngton. March 2. Conviction lloyd, havo been very sick with in- nov. William Ilico officiating. Wo Crcokmoro. Thursday nflernoon Fowler. was conducted at tho Christian of three olllclul and employee of the fluenza. Mrs. Clmrlio Winn loft wish them a long and happy Married, February 23. Miss Nolllo ohuroh at Borea, Saturday, Feb. 28 Philadelphia Tugehlntt, on charge of ndma Thursday, to soo her brother, who about 3:00 p. m., Ilovs. Hudspeth violating the espionage act through Lynn, who has been very n.irrnll In Mnlvln TV., rr 11,1. " i " IN MEMORY OF W. H. EASTHAM Mr Ppv'fl Tinnnn o VJZ:H," Is very low with typhoid fever. and Freeman ofllclallng. Tho bodies articles published In thnt newspaper ill for tho past week, is no botlor. .. . " I".. -- ...a uuu u IUVUIV UIII- -I l.rn au"' a"u Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilt, Mrs. Dean, of Shawhaw, has been nor on Friday, when tho brido and wero laid to rest, side by sldo, In tho was upheld by the Supreme court. They wero Louis Werner nnd Dr. Mnr-ti- n a hoy, on February 22. Mr. and visiting at tho homo of Leonard groom returned homo. "Thora is a reaper whoso namo is Herea Ccmolery. Several Darkow, editors, sentenced to Qve Mrs. John Willoughby aro visilln? Wynn for tho past two weeks. Itov. wero present: all reporled a nlco L. M. F. ;ears, nnd Herman Lcmko, business death friends and relatives at this place. Knoch Blair failed to fill lifs regu time. Wo wish tho younir counlo n And with his slcklo koon manager, sentenced to two years. SenTho Misses Mary and Daisy Winn lar appointment tence of ono year each against Paul at tho nnnilst prosperous Hfo A great sound of Ho reaps tho bearded grain at a cow dcijs and yelis of noonlo on broath RAPS RAIL GOMPERS BILL Vogel, treasurer, and Paul Hchnefer, mommy night when Mr. Savior nnd And tho flowers that crow between." president, were reversed. ins new wiro arrived from tho Tho truth of these linos has been Sayt, However, A. F. of L. Will Taka N6 Further Action In Re. mountains. fleorgo Burns and aon trought lo us very foroiblv in tho gard to It nro on tlio sick list Mrs. Manda passing away of our friends and For CROUP. COLDS, INFLUENZA JNooiy was tho guest of Mrs. Lllllo loved ones. W. II. Eastham and son. PNEUMONIA Mlutnl, Fla.. Ma rah --'. Hiunuel (loin- ih um' ViiiTMtia UotU't iLouU kn ! .Miracio, Thursday Our community Dlllard Eastham. Ulra coamlcaL Wfcta Croat, lalocmza m of tlio Atnerlcun Kei per, president lanatttM UU fcliihclil tin rsbUe wH lata has had tho good fortune of escaping Friday, Feb. 27, about 10:00 a. in, of Lubor. who was here with IM l&tML ctxal aa4 sikkr ta arau, will rtUm Bat the Influenza so far. Wo had a death claimed as its victim. Dillard. other otlKlnla of the executive counell afeakiac Utak cut asiaa an4 frooM rottal ilaaf, before-the-w. Returns to its hreai mai or it last winter and hops tho soventeen-yea- r old son of Mr, of the federation, xnlil Unit while orwo win not havo It In tho future, ganized latior wiin much opposed to the and Mrs. W. II. Eastham, high standard of quality . Ho had suffered for moro than a rnllrood hill as ilrnrted, no further ache taken In regard to It. WILtW JUL! tilt OUB1M Blue Lick week with. pneumonia, ' bavin? been tion would for them nil. he (aid. I . I "1 speak iiiuo i.ick, march 1. 1020 Tho aken lo the nob nson Itosn lnl Fnh. when 1 cay tluit the action th heaviest snow of tho season fell 22. About Thursday, monlnirltls da. president In signing the bill la of be to Porter-Moor- e tho night of February 28, to the vcloped, and" the- frail body could not regretted." Drag Co., Ii Jackson County News bae ss on his way homo from Scaffold Cane, whero ho had hocn to (III his appointment ns pa9lor of tlio Baptist Church Mrs, Dallon has gone to Owsley county to seo her sister, Mrs. Hardin Wilson, who has boon sick for somo time. Kver- ett Halley. who Is nllendlng school .,, narboiirvilllo. vislled horn folk ,a9l wepk Noxl SnUlnIay nrul Sllmln. wj ,)0 rogInr cl,rcll ,, , ,t nl Knlrvlpw flrsl , ..... i " l'""-"Vft of 8 nl this place has not EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Rhode Island Reds One setting Two settings Special pens, per setting $3.00 Send in your orders early to the County Agent, Bcrea, Ky. $1.50 2.75 ,, "...' i - 1 1 convened for two weeks. Wo sadly mLss 'tho gonial presence of Mr. j;iirisiopiicr and his zealous coworkers from Herea. Tho peoplo of this section have, go far, escaped sickness; not a single Instance of mdical nllcndanco on record. Hobart Towel! entertained a num her of friends Saturday night with a splendid fish supper and rook party. Married, at tho home- of tho hrido's mother, (Mrs. Chnrlolta Bar rett', Mclvin Fry, our worthy sec relary, to Nolllo Barrett. Wo don't merely extend them tho stereotyped phrase of "long life nnd happiness,' but earnestly imploro that "showers of blessing" may allcnd tholr path wny through life. Farmers of this vicinity report tho mysterious dis appearance of lambs from their llocks. They aro undecided whether tho depredation has been commit led by a fox or nn eagle, as report says that n largo eagle of the golden species has been killed in an ad jacent county. Miss Claudia Powell of Kerby Knob, is visiting relatives In this section. .lane Johnson was summoned to Gcrmanlown last week by a telegram, announcing tho serious Illness of n grandchild Later reports slated an improve mcnt in tho patient. Quito n num her of tobacco beds have been sown and covered with canvas. A con siderablo amount of plowing has been done. Tho weather, so far, has been favorablo for outdoor industry nnd farmers nro availing them selves of tho condltioRs by nccom plishing mora work than at thl season last year. - .... .... In lots of 50 In lots of 100 7.00 The reasons for thegrotinq popularity of are the reasons qoutoo should use them. f. crack-proof. N'ail-hra- ce Gray-Haw- a l STEPHENS & MUNCY bnr nt thrcc-months-o- hs of-th- e'" ry life-Gra- r Ulnu mm I No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar Fata-owa- Once Tried Always Used T" w . )kLWIMllte!asaj -