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Vol. XXI Devoted to ttie Interests of th.e IJEFIEA, The Citizen CoixnteiirL ALPS MADISON COUNTY KLXTUCKV, MARCH 18, 1920. One Dollar and Fecrple E ROUTED Our Threefold Aim: To glvo tho news of Dcrca and vicinity; lo record tho happenings of Horca Collcgo; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People. Fifty Cents per Yoar. Number 38. Kentucky For Law And Order Kentucky is doing well and will feci proud for its record in stopping lynching. This time it is in New Albany that the police headed off acts of violence which might have disgraced the city and the state. What do Why do we have a trial by we have government for? jury? What is the meaning of our free institutions? Let every officer of the law in all our commonwealth get ready to act as bravely as those of Lexington and New Albany. HYDROPLANING OVER THE HIGHEST REDS World News on Good For Governor Morrow! When the working man gets larger pay, the things he makes have to cost more. It is all right for the man who works in the cotton mill to get higher wages but they will make the cost of the cotton shirt he wears higher, and he must not expect to get another raise without having the price of his shirt raised again! "Raises" are quite the fashion nowadays and somebody must call a halt. Governor Morrow has vetoed the bill giving an additional raise to certain positions in Frankfort. It was a hard and brave thing to do, but it was a right thing, and will help us all in fighting the high cost of living. MAJ. Tho chief event of tho wock is the countcr-rcvolullin Gormany, by which ho government headed by President Ebcrl was forced lo lcavo Hcrlln and n new government of Bolshevik Thousand Soldiers monarchical sympathizers look Its place. Tho old rcglmo has sought Captured Southwest of Minsk. lo stir up a slriko of general' character in order to convinco tho now RAIL JUNCTIONS ARE SEIZED rcglmo that it docs not havo tho support of public opinion. BY POLISH ARMY PRESIDENT WILSON RUDOLPH SCHROEDER RESTATES HIS STAND Bays No to Reservation! Sees No Dlf. ference Between "NulllfUr and Mild Nulllfler." Washington. Starch 0. President Wilson restnted for Democratic senn-tor- e tils opposition to any ponce tmity reservation which would weaken article 10 or otherwlxo materially Impair tho provisions of the league covenant. Without saying ecltlcally what qualifications he would or would nol accept, he wrote In a letter to Sena- Hydroplaning over the Wellensee, Switzerland, tine run climb Into n hydro on (he St. Morltz lake and In a few minutes he circling high above the highest peak In the range. Kentucky News aB U. S. News HS A The bill of Senator Atwood to Scores Cheat Flames. regtilntc freight rates on ground New York. Scores of passengers In limestone, was passed 79 to 0. a Third u veil in; elevated train climbed down plllain of the overhead structure to escape flames that wrecked Senator Whitaker's bill to pro- three cars nnd damaged the Eighteenth hibit moonshlning, to punish per- treet station. Falling of a JournaCbox sons for possession of n still, and cover on the elect rifled rail was folproviding for search and siczure, lowed hy nn explosion and n fountain tor llllhcock. the administration leadof sparks, which Ignited woodwork of was passed, CI to it. er, that almost all of tho ret.ervatlons the enrs as the crowded train wus lio had hennl suggested were "In effect pulling Into the .station. In the rush virtual nullification"' of the treaty or "Old Man" Harris, widely known to escape doorways became Jammed tides to which they applied. for his oil operations, was fined and' many went through windows. No "I hear of reKcrviitlonlbts and mild 91,000 In federal court. Ho was ono was seriously hurt. rescrvatlonlM," the letter ndded. "hut charged wiUi using tho mails to 1 cannot" understand the difference beTexas City Swept By Fire. defraud. tween a milliner ami a mild nulllfler" s. Ft Worth, Tex. Los estimated to Discussing article 10 particularly, do more man jfaooo.ooo was caused the president wrote thnt there wan "no y j cr, The bill of Representative Goop- - and 1,500 persons were rendered Itutlolph-SchroedU. 8. air MaJ. vscnplng tho moral obligation which Ore which swept (irnndvlew. comnro expressed In xidtlve terms In this service, who broke the world record ringcr to allow lire Insurance Tbtjrreater part pt-thJ.usuio.s anil nUlCle, thiiilKh there could he no nte for altitude, when h cllnlbed nearly panies to 'Insuro against sickness residential of the city was n700O feet over Hnvton. O. Krhrne- - and temporary disability was pasJectlon to explaining In nn Interpreta- ' destroyed. Three persons were Intion the coiiKtltutloiiMl method-h) ders oxygen tank cave out and his sed, 02 to 1. jured when a building collapsed. Fire plane fell six miles before righting. which such obligation would hnvo to departments from Cleburne, Itasca nnd he fulfilled. The "very heart" of the Alverado-respondeto appeals for aid, y' The Houso mcasuro to give covenant, he reiterated, would he ASIA QUAKE KILLS HUNDREDS but were unable to be of assistance .n hy weaken ig artlc!u 10. woman suffrage in presiden- lighting the flames as the water In the Tremor Near Tlflls Cause Great tial elections passed tho Senate. 30 stnndplpes gave out. Dynamite could FOR THE DURATION tn 3, and now lacks only tho signa- not be obtained. Damage Thousands Homeless A SL Louis negro infantryman After Seismic Catastrophe. ture of Governor Morrow lo "had Just returned from overseas a law. ROOSEVELT ESTATE SETTLED duty and was strolling west on Law-to- n Tlflls. Tranwniirasla. Teh. 24 (via March 10.) Several Avcnuo, greeting his old friends. Constantinople. Former President Leaves $781,082, Ac"Yes, gab, I suah am glad do wall hundred perxnns are dead and thouGovernor Morrow signed the cording to New York Inheritance sands of others are homeless as n re- S'milh-Mo- ss Is ovah. Old Lawton Avenuo suati Tax Appraiser. bill, creating a system of nn earthquake which destroyed sult looks good to mo." and other villages of slato highways, extending into Makhet. Orakall Mlneoln. N. Y March 8. The state "Did you culls'?" asked an aged within a radius of CO miles west of every county, lo bo built and mainof Now York will receive $S.S91 as an negro. tained by slato and federal funds TIMK Inheritance tnx from the estnto of the "Suro, I enlis I cnlis' for tho wan The city of Tlflls was shaken and under supervision of a Slato Highlate Col. Theodore Roosevelt, accordand tho duration of tho wall. And many buildings were severely dam- ways Engineer, who succeeds the ing to the report of James N. Gehrig, aged lo wall is done ovah." Slato Road Commission. state Inheritance tax appraiser, filed Thousands of refugees are pouring "Yes," responded tho old man, "da here. Into Tlflls. The constituent assembly The official transfer tnx appraisal wall la dono ovah but do duration of the republic of (leorgla ImmediateTho Governor signed two Senate shows that the former president left is jest begun." rubles for first aid ly voted 20.Kt.OO0 resolutions, ono appropriating 31,500 an estate worth $727,713 after all exto the sufferers. for n bronzo memorial tablet for penses nnd debts hnd been deducted. KOTO FOOLED "What is tho best way to keep a Kentucky's dead in tho World War, The total value of the estate was Wicks: "Hack to town again? I chiokon from jumping over tho to bo placed in tho Kentucky His placed at $781,082. divided between thought you wcro a farmer." $(Kt0.107 personal and $150,075 real fenco?" asked a weary gardener. torical Sooiely; tho other provld property. Hiuks: "You mado tho samo mis-ta"Mako a hole underneath so thoy ing for printing of copies of llio now I did.'' Doston Transcript. can crawl undorl" Epworth Herald. road law, for distribution to County IN FLAMES Judges and members of tho General SEVEN PERISH DR. GRENFELL VISITS BEREA Assembly. YANKS BUY BIG IRON WORKS Patients of the Ohio State Hospital misHr. Grcnfcll, tho well-knofor Epileptics at Galllpolls sionary on tho coast of Labrador, Vienna Reports Purchase by Amtrl-can- s Victims. spent a couplo of days in Dcrca last With Will W. Aloxandor, Nash-vill- o, of Mills at Ternltx and Tcnn., as leader of tho speakweek and whilo hero dolivered two Nueruulchlag. Golllpolls. O., March 10. Seven paers' team and a number of tho leadaddresses. ing churchmcH of tho South on tho tients were dead nnd two In n critical Vienna. March 8. Tho Neus JourTho first was given in Main Chapel condition ns tho result of a Are which nal of Vienna reports tho acquisition on Wednesday evening to oltizons progrnm, the Stale Pastors' Confer- partly destroyed the male ward of tho a controlling Interest In Schoeller'a of Ho described his ence, to bo held under the auspices stato hospital for epileptics here early Iron works at Ternlt nnd Illeckmann'a and students. Tho origin of the In the morning. work nnd illustrated It with the of tho Intcrchurch World Movo-moSteel works at Nuerszulchlag by an oponcd in tho First Christ- flro Is unknown. stcrcoplicon. Tho doctor is ono of American syndlcntc. Another AmeriThe dead are: William Smith of can croup Is said to be negotiating for llio very great men of tho Weslorn ian Church, Louisville, Wednesday. Toledo, Patrick Donnnlly, Norwalk, is expected that moro than 700 tho acquisition of the Important Uracil. Ilomisphcro nnd It was a raro op- It O.; John S. Bain of Cumberland; Her nnd Urban work. portunity that Dcrca had to hear ministers will attend tho confer- Wayne Larimer of Dixie. Harold Heln-lel- n ence, which will cI6se Friday afterhim loll of his splendid work among of Wheeling, W. Va.; John McNul ty and James Jones of Cincinnati. tho fishermen of Labrador. Ills noon. CONTENTS ministrations rcaoh over long disFARMERS 0. K. DIVORCEMENT tances as ho (ravels about by ship Louisville, Ky., March nnd by from hospital to plnns aro now being mado for tho PAGE 1.. Editorials; Ky., U. S hospital which ho Approval of tho Packer Decreo Is Ex. has established big conference of Dempressed to Attorney General and World Nows; Rods noulod for that needy people ocrats from all parts of Kontuoky Palmer. by Polish Army. His second address was given in which will bo held hero on Thurstho chapel of Thursday morning at day, March 18. Washington, March 0. Approval of PAGE 3. Borea Collcgo News. 0:30. Ho urrcd his hcarors to a llfo Dry nidgo, Ky., March 12, A the pneker divorcement decree was exPAGE 3. Gorman Emplro and Na of sorvico in tho nnmo of Chrht. tornado, about 100 yards wide, pressed to Attorney General Palmer by delegation of farm organization Hon in Groat Danger; Mine Men This ho llioroly believed was tho blow down a school houso, Injuring a T. 0. Atkeson, representing tho only lifo worth whilo. Tho llfo and thirty pupils; a genoral store, throe Indicted by U. S. National Grange, told tho attorney sacrifices of this servant of God stock barns and damaged othor general the terms of the decree were PAGE 4. Borea Locals. mado his mossago tako a firm hold buildings at Sherman, Ky., three all the fanners' organization could on Ills audionco. Selfish motives mllca from here today. Damage was ask and that the tme had come to per PAGE 5. Dcroa Locals. mlt the pnckeri "to settle down" so looked small and mean as this estimated at 50,000. producers would not hare to conPAGE 6. Mountain Agriculture; apostio of Christian servico urged Frankfort, Ky., March 1- 2- The that longer with fluctuating markets. tend his listeners to live for others. Homo Departmont. Sonato passed tho "anti-tru- st bill Dr. Grcnfcll was also here In the today. Portugal Rail Strike Ends. Sunday-aoho- ol PAGE 7. Lesson; interest of tho weaving1 industry Madrid, March 8. Confirmation of Tho Foroslry Department was which he is establishing among his abolished by being transferred to reports that the railway strike la Sormon. people; and ho made a study of tte tho Department of Agriculture. Portugal had been settled was received PAOE ft. East Kentucky tn a telegram from Pontevedra, near industries hero which are under the The Biological Department wu the Portuguese frontier. direotlon of Mrs. home-ies.,bo s , Ken-luckbo-co. ko nt, 12-Final dog-sledg- es gel-togoloffl-rial- Great Quantity of War Material and On account of tho revolution in Many Officers Taken Members of Germany, much anxiety prevail in American Typhus Commission Europe. Holland has taken especial Fighting the Disease. care to placo a heavier guard ' around tho Marshal Zurich. Mnrch 10. A wlreles dis patch from Moscow announces thnt Foch ha3 strengthened tho military thu Itusslan soviet and Ukrainian gov- force of Franco in caso or emerernments have Informed the nllles that gency; tho Russian Bolshevik! exthey uro ready to negotiate peace pect an nggresslvo campaign against with Poland Immediately. Ihcm as tho threatened attack on Poland by tho Radicals was probWarsaw, March 10. Polish forces ably a main reason for tho German commanded hy Colonel Slkorskl revolution. bolshevik troop In the vicinity of Mozlr nnd Kolenkovltz. southeast A posslblo cfTcct of tho changes of Minsk, Sunday morning, and captured these two Important railway in Germany will be the separation Junctions and much war material. of the S'outh German states which do One thousand red soldiers nnd mnny not appear in favor of tho move. officers were tuken prisoner. Ever since they wcro united with The nttnek was mado In order to prevent furtlier operations by tho Rus- Prussia in tho German Empire in sian wivlet army, which has been op- 1871, ihey havo felt tho superior erating from Mozlr nnd Kolenkovltz, position of Prussia and her domin distance of 20 miles, says an ofllclal nance in tho Empire. It Is to tho statement Issued at general staff $outh that President Ebcrl and his headquarters here, and also to" dis- associates aro looking for support. perse bolshevik troops which were being concentrated behind the enemy lines. The newly arrived staff of the Franco recently expressed tho debolshevik division bare- sire that the Popo should send a ly escaped capture. It Is raid, while the representative to that country. h staff of tho division and Tli is is rather a new policy, nftcr several hundred men were made pris- so many years of opposition lo the oner. An armored train much railway material and several armored Roman Church. This separation behonts on the I'rlpet river near Mozlr gan with tho Revolution of 1789 were also taken by tho Poles. and has taken many different phases from that time to this. France was "Worthy Answer to Bolshevlkl." "This victory," says the official a supporter of tho Papacy provious statement, "Is n worthy answer to the lo tho Franco-PrussiWar, but bolshevik policy of suing for peace opposition grew on account of the nnd at the same time continuing ateffort of tho Church to control edutacks nlong the front" Members of the American typhus cation. commission are making preparations for. tho epldemlr whlbh Is, expected to'rench Its Crisis In April. Five-- England has appointed Sir "Auk-la- nd Geddcs lo represent her in the thousand five hundred cases were registered In Jnnuary, and figures for United Slates at this timo of suFebruary, not yet Issued, will prob- preme importance in tho rolatlons ably show an' Increase. Authorities between the two countries. Tho new stnte the disease will take another ambassador is nn admirer of our Jump this month, with the high water institutions and life and has an mark some weeks hence. American wife. Ho has been for Fears aro entertained "here thnt If pence Is made with the Russian bol somo year" in Canada as tho Presishevik! thcro will be nn Influx of Po dent of tho McGill University. Ho lish refugees which will swell the Is a man of broad scholarship and number of tjphus cases In this coun promises, to bo a useful man for try. tho position. Reds Capture Cruiser . London, Mnch 10. The bolshevlkl at Odessa captured the Itusslan President Wilson has aroused cruiser Admiral N'akhlnioff, four fast something of opposition in Europe torpedohoat destroyers, one scout ves- by some casual sentences regardnol, one steamer, three trawlers, two cutters and two submarines, according ing tho militaristic tendency or to n wireless 'communication received Franco in his reply lo tho nolo of the Allies in regard to tho Italian from Moscow. The Admiral Nahklmoff wns laid situation. Ho spoko of tho new down In November, 1013. The vessel primo minister as imperialistic in displaced 0,750 metric tons, and Is temper. Unless thcro is moro 607 feet long. It mounts 15 gTOiind for tho chargo than apguns, five and four ma pears tho statement must bo rechine guns'.. garded as a daring and SOUNDS WILSON- - ON TURKEY one and llkoly to provoke 111 will. er. Fllty-sevent- h Forty-seventan five-Inc- h Premier Mlllerand Notifies In U. 8. Ex. exutlve of Allies' Plan of Action the East Parts, March 10. Premier Mlllerand has Instructed Jules J. Jussernnd, the French ambassador In Washington and England and Italy no doubt have him to communicate Imitated to communlcnte to President Wilson gen cral decisions reached relative to Turkey by tho supreme allied council nnd to ask his opinion, snys "Pertlnax," political editor of the Echo de Paris. "This was dono by way of precnu tlon In view of Mr. Wilson's veto of the Turkish settlement, which Washington dispatches foreshadowed," be "Hope Is still entertained, continues. however, that America will shoulder her part of the oriental burden." Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain proposed on Friday, says "Pertlnax." a "grand theatrical demonstration at Constantinople the occupation of the war ministry, tho arrest of statesmen working against the allies and the substitution of a modcrato concllltary cabinet for tho existing ministry." Ho says the dismissal of Mustapha Kemal would also be part of the British premier's program. Tho consorvativo University of Oxford has flnallv removed from her requirements tho study of urccK. 'iiio event was celebrated by tho students In classic form. When tho Greok language was in troduced into England, in tho fif teenth century, it was tho key to the highest learning and was stud ied with greatest enthusiasm by the young men of tho limes. Other studies aro now taking lis place, and lis passing is part of tho new age. American Ingenuity Is about to outwit tho effort of England to our manufactured goods Into her borders by Import restrictions. It is comparatively easy for Amer ican manufacturers to establish factories in that country and pro duce the goods on the ground where thoy can competo with thoso of English mako. Should this bo done li any great extent it would alter considerably tho older method of ex-olu- do trade. Greeco is taking a leading part In opposition to tho extension of Turkish tuIo In Europe. Tho able prime minister, Vcnlzelos, has adop-t- d an agresstvo policy. It has, moreover, been necessary for the troops of tho allies under tho lead of a French commander lo take a strong hand in the territory around Constantinople and the forces have been considerably In increased number. REDS OPEN WAR ON POLAND Double Drive la Reported In Berlin Dispatch to London Central New. Ember. London. March 8. Large forces of hnishnvlkl have opened an offensive against the Poles on both sides of the Prlpet region, says a dispatch to the Central News from Berlin. The illsnntch adds that the Poles re. port the enemy was repulsed with heavy losses. v Tho Juniors of tho Normal do tmrtmcnl havo organized their class Ueneral and havo elected ofilcers. They will UTILE DULCE LITERARY SOCIETY civo their class soolal next Monday rnnn EVENING SERVICES LAST remarks on the convention. The Ulilo Dulco program Salur evening. Tho class is very enthu As usual, ncrca had tho largest SUNDAY day evening, March 13, was an cs siastic over their plans for tho com Departing from tho usual custom delegation at the Stale Convention, peclally interesting and well Inu lerm. including of having two chapel services on numbering about fifty, one. It is tho purpose of Miss Artlo Dyo Is now In tho Sunday evenings, tho student body siuucms anu lacuuy. Wo have noticed that very few Utile Dulco lo tlovclop In tho mem hospital with tonsllilis, but Is u-Inlo four divisions nnd divided hers the art of Litcraturd and it ns many services were held at tho faculty members of any department presentation, also to discuss tho much bcllcr. aucnu our ounuuy uvunmg iuuuisumo Jiniir topics upon which wo nocd to think, DEPARTMENT SOCIAL Tho College students assembled In Ings. Tho Y. M. & A. fellows would nnd thoso that will mako us well explanation tho know what A social wag clvcn at Dixlo Col Hip Faniillv noom In Lincoln Hall We Wo prepared to tako our placo as good (age March 10, from seven till nlno. can give. Amen I r..i n- - n n ttuiMilna nronchod facully have wondered about that loo, and citizens after leaving school. Kvcryono enjoyed tho ovcnlng to there. Tho normal students gathered Tho following program was pro the hlchest degree. During tho Chapel and Dr. J. W. n oiner religious meetings, inciuu-naln- o In Iho Upper snled: ol first hour lively games wcro played delivered tho sermon. Main Ing Sunday morning church Reconstruction in Europo vice-Edi- tor. which kept tip n continual laughter. was tho meeting placo for tho Verna Knglo During tho last hour rcrrcsnmenis Academy and Foundation Sludenls Government .Regulation of Prices Y. W. C. A. MEETING served, which consisted of ico and Mr. F. F. Davidson, of Boston,' Bagwell vcro nle. cocoa and coffco. Anna InHes Hall and Kentucky Hall n enm. addressed them. Tho Vocational The United States as Viewed by Tho following girls and boys wcro sludenls met In tho Vocational branches of tho Y. W. C. A. met In Foreign Countries, prcsenl, arranged in partners: n.nnni nn.i iiainnoii in n filsponrso a Joint mccllng in Upper Chapel Graco Hoagland Marv Hardin. Elmer Mulllns evening, March 14. Prof. j s"",ay l.v rtev. Wm. E. Rlx. Debate Resolved: That tho Federal Jewell Prultt, E. Horlon emphasis in all theso mcct - ,Vogcl was our leader. His loplo The Government Should Havo Com lr.trt nnnn soeklnir a. def- - was 'A Word to Women," by Paul, Dora Dclk, Harver Clarkson in plete Ownership of Railroads "Let Vola Pclry, Delmcr Coylo inile religious cxpcrlcnco and enlist- - found in I Corinthians,, your women keep silent in tho Affirmative: Ethel Klser, Jcsslo Ella Reed, Carl Huntley ing In tho scrvlco of Christ. Tho Bowers; Negative: Lou McDanici Mr.Ha Reed, Sctho Whito purpose of theso meetings Is to con- - churches: for it is not permitted Jano Reese. After which tho Mary Hcnslcy, Denver Ambcrgy them Jo speak; but they aro tinue tho work begun in tho question was open for discussion commanded to bo under obedience, I.nla Daniels. McCoy Franklin ylva Into which Iho wholo society en Mary Fee, Chester Morris las also sailh tho law." Paul, in tered with enthusiasm. or Heltio Miller. Frank Smlthers LEAGUE AND THE writing' this letter to the pcoplo Corinn1!' knw lhat ,,ho women wcro Klhel llama, Millard Shepherd MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER BAND SOMEWHAT THEOLOQICAL Evelyn Clarke, David Franols Lcaguo and not M ed to speak. Ho did not Tho Will wo know one another in I'.thcl Clarke, Roy Combs tho Mountain Volunteer Band mot mcan hal all women were unfitted, Wo don't know, but wo 'blo gives us Instances heaven? Iva Picrsall, Homer Gabchcart in conjunction, Sunday afternoon becauso wom,cn who were fitted to speak, wonder if our acquaintances who Aunts While, James Conglcton in Iho Parish House. Tho ex- bencfl- - p,rof- fce as an illustration pass us on tho street without speak Vernio Fee, Harlln Whlto change of ideas was very woman at tho well," who, hay-- ing to us will rccognlzo us up thero Miss Fox cial to both organizations. ta ked with Jesus went back Ilrhccca Allen. Tho Mountain Volunteer Band "S What is tho difference between o city to ling her friends and the Everybody reports an cnjoyablo was represented by Miss Elizabeth 8,10 a(l found orthodoxy and heterodoxy? (Or'ho ONcning. Johnson md Delbcrt Cook. Tho ne0Dl of tho town means straight or right; dokco, I Lcaguo by Miss Lula Jcsus- , IIc tnnl wo fl,1 ourselves so think; boleros, other.) "Orthodoxy NORMAL WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Owens and Samuel Scaggs. Mis U, mc,ssaTg0 to is my doxy; heterodoxy is Iho other Tho final gamo of tho basket ball Johnson's topic was "Tho Rural 1t!'.at wo ,m:iy cari across tho seas, to Japan fellow's doxy.' championship scries was played bo Homo." Slic suggested new chan- - ln.01Pcn,0l awa allowing Its women tween tho Normal and College ncls of opportunity for Improving w,l,h lo w,ork, T8U?,h loP Theso teams Monday afternoon. Normal the home. Her humor and practical w"h C,,,,na l0" two teams havo been welt matched illustrations hold tho interest of its outcast widows under ha tho audience in a most unusual All tho Normal literary societies all tho season; so tho great crowd way. Delbert Cook's discussion or aa of nflccn- - Of our own country met Saturday evening at tho regu rwho camo out (o sco tho final con lest expected an exciting game, and the rural school gave an insight In- - who aro, ,nccTdC( women, fl,ttcd 0 lar time. P ,to to tho unfavorable conditions under f,ncak 0 ' 10 Ind,ians wcro given, but Ihey were not disappointed. It was No programs o help people. Also which so many of our country ofilcers wcro elected for next term a thriller from start to finish, a! U' Cubans, Mexicans and tho pcoplo He also schools aro conducted. of theso elections fol- though Normal maintained tho lead f A aska- - 11 8 only since Chris-cou- ld The results all tho way, tho scoro at tho end pointed out how these conditions low: tianl,y has comc ,nl U,c wr,(' tha I of tho first half was 8 to 3 in bo bettered. Union Literary Society womcn havo bccn recognized and favor of Normal, and tho ulltmalo Tho audience next enjoyed a duet President, Samuel Scaggs. ,rC5 tabulation showed Normal tho vie by Miss Blanche Osborno and Lloyd John Wilson. ho.nc fln ' w- - girls caught Recording Secretary, James Picklc- - tors by Iho count of 21 to 7. Racklcy. Miss Lula Owens dis- - ' Prof- - Vogel's message - tho. "P.1"1 Enthusiasm ran high on both sides cussed tho subject, "How to Comsimer. "d w. l make greater bat Tobacco." Among other me- - themselves for aa life of effor to fit Corresponding Secretary, Lawrence until tho fight was so nearly decided service. that tho gloom of defeat hovered thods mentioned, was the "Good Gabbard. over College and tho Normal en Habits Club," an organization of Treasurer, Ralph Antlo. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Scrgcant-al-Armgirls which Is rapidly spreading; 8, Clarence Parsons. thusiasm expanded lo such rapluro 11,0 meeting In tho Christian as only a championship can pro over tho country, tho members or Chorister, Sctho White duce. pledge themselves that they dcavor last Sunday was an unusually Yell Master, William Mayo-will declinn thn attentions of anv P0(1 onc- - Tho leaders were Misses The figures below may bo of somo young man who drinks or uses Daisy Biibrcy and Mattle Strunk. interest. Society Excelsior Literary The Decisive Game tobacco or indulges In any form of Tn0 l0Dl was "Patience and Its President, John Smith. Howards." An interesting feature of Normal Richards (11) f.; Morris profanity. Samuel Scaggs con- L. 0. Siler. eluded tho program with his ablo tn meeting was tho many exam-spee- ch Corresponding Secretary, L. 0. Mul-- I (2) f.; Durham (i) c; Huntley (2) g.; Whicker (2) g.; Trultt (0) o. on "Tobacco and Educa- - PIc3 that were related by tho mcm-tlon- al ins. Institutions." This Is a hcrs in which patience had meant Recording Secretary, Hubert Ed- Total 21. College Sanders (1) f.; Fields very important subject and was success or lack of patience had wards. (0) f.; Blcknell (2) c; Johnson (4) presented in a convincing manner, meant failure. One of tho best Treasurer, Carl Huntley. g.; R. VanScoyk (0) fc; McCabe (0) Tho next meeting of the League things lhat can bo said about our Chorister, James Holt. will bo held In tho Parish House, Christian Endeavor Is tho fact that Yell Master, Daily Lilllo. Sunday afternoon, March 28, at 3:30 'cro wo hear experiences related Scrgcant-at-Arm- s, Gillus and Cold-iro- Total 7. o'clock. is wll'ch touch directly on our A splendid program Trultt replaced Durham near the Everyone is invited day lives. close of the game, and McCabe re to attend and enjoy theso meetings.1 T00 President and Secretary aro placed Fields. Philomathea Literary Society at work compiling and rearranging President, Thelma niddlo. Standing of all tho teams at close STUDENT VOLUNTEERS ORGANIZE tno roll of Activo and Associate of championship scries. Kato Combs. Tho Student Volunteer Movement members. From tho list of Activo Recording Secretary, Mary Hardoa. DcpC Lost Gum pUTd Won rW for Foreign Missions was organized members will bo selected thoso who Corresponding Mary Secretary, 1 6 86.7 Normal 7 to attend State Convention soon March 7, with an attendance or aro Snow. 67.1 College 3 4 7 twenty-tw- o members who have ox- - 'o bo held at Paris, Ky. Duo to tho Treasurer, Clara M. Thompson. 5.00 2 2 pressed their desire lo become fact "'at our Christian Endeavor Marshals, Margaret Virgin aad Vocational 4 0O0 0 Foundation 3 3 vitally interested in this movement, has a largo enrollment it is expected Magdallno Richardson. 3 00.0 Academy 0 3 It isn't necessary lhat one should that largo delegation will bo sent Chorister, Florcnco Baker. bo a candidate for tho Foreign 1 lI'is Convention. With tho prob-Fic- ld Pianist, Dorothy Ullrich. MISS RAYMOND ENTERTAINS as a missionary in order lo bo a,), oxccpllon of Mr. Christopher's Crilic, Edith Tutt. Wednesday evening, March 10, a member. Wo desire lo havo young Expert Class, thee Conventions ar3 Program Committee, Lilllo Wee, Miss Dorothy Raymond very de men and women who aro earnestly, 1,10 Dcst training that our C E. Jennie Gobble, Glcnna Hunter. lightfully entertained at her homo interested to know tho field and members can possibly get in Berea the Misses Emma Ml crow, Mr. Littel, our Christian En- get others at homo lo consider Appalachian Literary Society Ruth Ginler, Era Gossctt and Lilth Secretary, was President, Rosa Dalton. those who labor In tho harvest dcavor lian Rocltger. A dclioious dinner In Bcrca last Friday and gavo an 'fields abroad. Pearl Scott. was served in honor of tho birth inspiring and enthusiastic address Corresponding Tho organization is now under Secretary, nuby days of Miss Raymond and Miss way and by tho graco of God wo ' iho C. E. members Vesper Hour Tapp. Miorow. Miss Ruth Raymond very will labor to know what tho Master . Frttny night. During his talk ho Recording Secretary, Ethel Parson. skillfully entertained tho guests yelled out "Corno On," tho words Treasurer, America Franklin. will havo ua to do for our Hfo work, with music whilo tho two honored Wo trust and pray that every metn-- J ,,scd by Dr. Clark tho founder of i Chorister, Lcnna Hill. young ladies wcro 'receiving and bcr will do his or her utmost In j Christian Endeavor, and tho 0. E.1 Sorgcanl-at-Arm- s, Lcnna Witt,, An- enjoying their gifts. A delightful I tho furtherance of this organization members ye'led back "Let's Go.' na Slevcrs. spont by all, after v Alia lift in(n AnMiimn tmfiwr n nu nntln s'wiI uutuuiusunciiia Iiu uur Program Committee, Galo Marsh, evening was uoucgo. noro at w ucrea.Ma which tho gucsls adjourned to tho c - K workers, Tho following officers were chosen Nellio Waro, Ethel Caudell. rchapcl In order lo hear tho won by election: John Miller, College! Tho meeting next Sunday night derful lecturo of Dr. Grcnfoll, of will bo led by Vernon Wilson and Department, President; Fleming Tho societies havo their joint All heartily ttn nntu Miss Ora Harden. Thn tonlo will bo i mooting next Saturday evening in Labrador. young ladles manywished a ij f v (.Jiutukf in iaa uuiu more "Evory - day Courtesies." Como out Upper Chapel at 7:30 o'clock. Thty theso two crino Haloy, College, Corresponding; such happy occasions. Secretary; Miss Virginia Engle,' anu enjoy a prouianio anu interest-Colleg- o. havo a very interesting prograa meeting In our Christian En- - prepared. Secretary: Harold H. Hack-:,n- g dcavor. clt. Treasurer. -SAnnouncement will bo mado Mr. Social Committee CAPS AND GOWNS from limo to limo when and whoro miv riirici rouiiau pit this organization will meet. Our Tho Seniors of tho College were Chairman! next meeting will bo in tho Faculty recognized in tho Main Chapel last Room, Lincoln Hall, Sunday March Saturday morning. After a few 21, at 4:00 p. m. brief remarks by President Frost, You need a Live, Snappy congratulating them on their achievements and stating tho reaY. M. C. A. MEETING Orchestra to make your The Y. M. C A. had a very good sons for wearing cap and gown, the entertainment a success. FOR SALE BY meeting in tho Main Chapel Sun- Seniors retired and returned to the The Berea Academy day evening at 6:15, p.m., despite room in full regalia. Dewey Tho following aro tho names of tho fact that it is not our usual Orchestra can do it. placo for meeting. tho class: Chapel luildiag Ono of the delegates to tho Dan-vil- lo Antonio Aler, Luther Ambrose, Convention, Eugene Van Scoyk. Chung Cho, Boachor Flannlgan, Ah- "Music IVortb While" College Department, gavo us a par na Hackney, Edith Harwood, John Hal report of that Convention. His Hays, Edna Hcaly, Mary Lewis, Bu report was confined to the messages ' ford Martin Bertha Puff, Mary HOWARD E. HALL, Director brought us by Dr. Wcathcrford, who Sleenrod, Joseph VanHook, Barry CHh PatteKkt, Box S43 was ono of tho prlnoipal spoakers Wcllcr, Eva Wesley, Ralph Woods. I f,1 The Academy ACADEMY TOOTOALL BANQUET i l n VAJliege U- M 11 ...... cwa i ' convention. sovcral other delegates were prcs- cnl In the meeting and gavo a few t College Department Vocational School Miss Bcssio Partco rcturnod frora n week's visit lo her homo In Nash- pro-par- ed sor-Chap- a rc-'"n- to ANTI-TOBAC- Anti-Tobac- co Tho Academy football champions held their annual banquet Monday evening, March 15, In tho Wrlgl't House. Rich boy brought his young lady friend and had n Jolly tlmo from 0:00 till 7:30, Tho dlnlns room was resplendent with decoShult, our Professor rations. football coach, said graco. Then all fell to nnd carried out n courso of acllon which everybody enjoys; namely, eating. Thruoul tho cntiro meal our heroes wcro entertained with cholco selections rendered by tho Academy Orchestra. Ono of tho follows was overheard lo remark thai ho was In tho "seventh heaven"' of delight when such a fcat was set beforo him, I'll that ho was i'l thn eighth when ho could sit near such n fair young maiden, and ho didn't think il was fair (o give him both at onco for ho couldn't enjoy Ihrm lo tho utmost. Miss Strunk, Miss Sccor, Miss Strong, Dean Malhcny, Professor Peck, and Professor Whitaker acled as wallers. Professor Whitaker especially was admired by all tho ladies becauso ho looked so cuto in his whito apron with lis frills n everything. Tho food, prepared by Iho dom-est- lo sclenco girls under Miss Slrunk, was excellent. Theso girls depervo the highest pralso for their industry and skill. Tho menu was if. follows: Vegetable Soup and Crackers. Coffee. ville, Tenn., Tuesday evening. Tho girls gavo her a hearty welcome Miss Salllo Beglcy, of Iho Business department, left Thursday for Hax-nr- (l, whero she has accepted a position as stenographer. Miss Sallie I n very efilclonl young lady and will doubtless win tho success she so much deserves. Professor Llvcngood, who has been convalescing from an operation for appendicitis, returned lo li:s classes Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Spencocn-Irrlnln- ed the married men among Ihc Federal noard students and their wives on Saturday evening at tl rlr homo on Jackson street. wcro served and games wero played, and n good tlmo was enjoyed by nil. Tho remainder of Mr Spenco's class will bo entertained lalcr. Miss Inez Swan, a popular senior of Iho Homo Sclenco department, left Tuesday evening for a short visit to her parents at Falrmount, Ga. Oliver Carrlthers left In tho early perl of tho week for Stearns, Ky., whero ho has accepted a poslltan ns manager of a largo farm. Mr. Carrlthers was a senior of Iho department, and Secretory of tho Vocational Y. M. C A. All members extend heartiest congratulations and best wishes for lifs success. GIBRALTAR-VESTALIA Anti-Tobac- co eMl. anot Department Vice-Preside- nt, En-whl- ch, Vice-Preside- nt, Chicken and Dressing. Tomaloes (Scalloped.) Stuffed Potatoes (Pickles.) Fruit Salad. Bisouit. Coacoanut Pie. Professor Shutl presided as toast-mastEverett Curry gavo an appropriate toast to tho ladies Captain Neat then gavo a toast to tho facully, who wcro tho hosts After the banquet tho boys walked over to James Hall with tholr girl friends who gavo them thrco hearty cheers, and thus camo "the end of a perfect day." Thoso present wcro: Misses Ola Bowman, Lcla Bowman, Matllo Perry, Julia McCoy, Mahin Dalton, Helen James, Blancho Osborne, Dean Owens, Frances Barr, Myrtle Sharpp. 'abello Bowcn, Bess Daniels, Violet Franklin, Lena Witt, Leah Slo vens, Beatrico Wilson, Doll Fowler, Bernico Philips, Lillian Roelger, N. Shult; Messrs. Clyde Mrs. Lewis, Conrad Bales, Bates Header, son, Taylor Harlowe, Millard .Shep-hord- , Thomas Robertson, Paul Blck nell, Fred Nickels, Sidney Neal, Aui- lln Wilder, Beckham Robertson, Clyde Tudor, Walter Coop, Austin Lynn, Oliver Slcgner, Durell Eai- loy, Frank Vest, Clifton Henderson, C. N. Shult, and Everett Curry. er. MEETINO Gibraltar and Vcslalia Societies hold a Joint meeting In Upper Chapel, Saturda; ovcnlng, March J3. Tho meeting was oponcd with a prayer by Mrs. Blount, followed by a song, "Loyalty (o Christ- Harlan Franklin was first on tho program and gavo a flno talk on Tho Victory of War In DcfcaL" Miss Mary Tharp read to us tho items In tho Vestalia Choker. She was followed by Hiram PIgmon, who told us "Why Our Boys 8hould Study Carpentry." ed Wo next a debate on "Resolved: That it Is itol necessary to havo two years of Domestic Sclenco training to be a successful housowifo." 0. L. Haynes and Oscar Corn look tho Eunice Darr ond Clara Tcrrill tho negative. Tho negative won. Wo enjoyed muslo by Eulala Lewis and Herbert Waddlo and by Messrs. Franklin and Kirk. J. M. Picrco next read the Gibraltar to news. The last number on the program was a auartctto bv Inea Swann, Mlnnio Klar, Herbert Wad dlo and Everett Huff. Tho program was much enjoyed by all. Ono felt that tho evening was well spent. Ga-icl- a n. every-anlicipal- Vice-Preside- nt, All-Sou- Vice-Preside- .. 6u " I I 11 ABELMIC SOCIETY WINS The Adclphlo and the Sigma Tau Literary Societies met in debato In Main Chapel on Saturday night, March 13th ; and tho Adclphlo boys succeeded In convincing two of the judges to mako their decisions In their favor. Dean F. E. Mathcny, of Iho Acade my, presided. Tho question debated was, "Re solved: That tho United States, within tho next tweivo months, should grant tho Philippine Island their Independence, on condition (hat tho United States assumo a prolcclorato over tho Islands." Tho Adolphlo debaters, contend ing for tho affirmative, wcro R. 0. Garden, W. E. Bilbrey, It M. Rogers, and C. E. Shell. Tho Sigma Tau Society was represented by Raymond Dingus, Beckham New-kir- k, E J. Wells, and Levi Brooks who upheld Iho negative. All tho speakers acquitted them selves In a worthy manner and tho question was ably discussed. The debalo as a wholo was equal to tho ono a few weeks ngo between tho other Academy societies; and a hot battle Is expected when tho winners in tho Iwo dobatcs, PI Sigmas and tho Adclphlcs meet on tho platform In a few weeks. MRS. MATHENY ENTERTAINS Foudatkm School The Foundation teachers aro a box of good things to cat from Mrs. Etta Mooro Washburn, of Chicago. Mrs. Washburn Is still keeping up her old reputation, that of being good to her friends. Nick Clark, of Greasy Creek, spent a few days In Berea this week. Ho brought a little nephow, Wllllo Parker, lb put In tho Training 8chool. Willlo's mothor died a week ago at Kingston, V. Va. His undo was a student In Berea formerly. Ho arranged with Mrs. Edwards lo keep the boy. DEATH OF ERNEST HURST Miss Fcsscndcn received a messoKO ing Monday announcing tho death of Ernest Hurst, a graduato of last year's Foundation class. He died at his home, In Mlddlcsboro, Ky., after a long Illness. Ernest spent sovcral years In Bcrca and leaves a host of friends who aro mado sad bv his death. Miss Fcsscndcn attended the funeral in Mlddlcsboro on Tuesday. llnued. Mrs. Matheny had several beautiful samples of tho weaving. Tho boys wcro not only Interested in looking at them, but wcro very anxious lo know who mado Ihcm. Nino o'clock was tho sad tlmo when tho Jolly crowd had lo part. A wonderful tlmo was enjoyed by all, and ovcryono that was present wishes to express tholr appreciation to Mrs. Mathcny and Miss Stella An- dcrson, tho assistant weaving NAPFIL tit I LTrosper Tho attractive lilllo homo of Mrs. Mathcny was open on Wednesday evening, March 10, lo fifty guests. Tho guests wcro tho grls of Mrs. Mathcny's weaving class and each girl invited a young man friend. Tho hours between 0:30 and 0:00 o'clook passed very quickly, as tho party was so woll carrjed on. Thrco rooms wero UBCd, (as ono wouiu not accomodato Iho crowd), In which various games were played. Muslo was furnished by a vlctrola. About 8:00 o'clock was tho most It was then Interesting time. were refreshments tho that served, which consisted of cocoa cream and with asarshmsllow wafers. Then the games were con- - , "What TRUTHFULNESS is tho reputation of Iho defendant for veracity?" asked the lawyer, "fs ho regarded as a man who tells tho truth?" "Wal, I can't say as ho don.1 never tell tho truth," answored Hlraa, "but I do know if he wanted hit hogs to como to their feed, he'd havo to get somebody else to call them." Epworth ReraM. rMnrch 18, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Throo BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS Good Preparation for Life OPEN TO YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Cost Exceedingly Low THE GREATEST $150 SCHOOL IN AMERICA Any ambitious boy or girl in the mountains can go through Berea College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for 1150 a year. As each student Is required to do somo work, tho abovo amount is reduced by A Course for Everybody i. COLLEGIATE The crown of Uio wholo Institution, and provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. ii. NORMAL Tho school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural leaching. Equal standing with Stato Normals, and graduates aro given Stalo certificates, courso beyond the courses. Six-yeand common branches for degreo of II. Pcd. III. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory courso of four years Is tho straight road to College. Tho Knglish courso of two years is designed for llioso who do not expect to leach nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. IV. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subBricklaying, Carpentry, jects. Tor Young Men: Agriculture, Printing, niacksmlthlng, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, u4 Myoar the amount of work performed. A student with energy and rella-blli- ly can greatly rcduco tho cosh payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his entire expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fco Room $fl.OO tGAO Board, Six Weeks Amount duo March 24, 1D20 Board, five weeks, due May 1, 1020. 550 1050 $28.00 13.75 550 15.00 $2850 1250 education SCHOOL General in the common branches for students of good mental ability, abovo 15 years of age, who havo been deprived of the advantages of early education. VI. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Orchestra. A flno opportunity to becomo a good musician at a very low cost V. FOUNDATION Now is the time to make preparation lor the Summer Term which begins June showing that they are above fifteen years of age, in good health, and ol good character. before coming to Ifcrca. Write for a Catalogue and book o.l Chief Regulations, to the graphy. Total for Term $41.75 $39.00 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from abovo incidental feo. For Collego students add $1. Every student must send FOUR DOLLARS DEPOSIT in advance, otherwiso room will not bo reserved. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship aro from 60 cents to $1 a week extra. Muale is also from 50 cents to $1 a week . 1 extra. it, or lor the regular school year beginning September 15. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, and there are other regulations which you should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. COAL WAGES AND PRICES THE MAN NOBODY KNEW GERMAN EMPIRE AND NATION IN GREAT DANGER 125 MINE MEN ARE INDICTED BY U. S. UP coal would be raised If the wage Increase be granted. NAMED 25 per cent BOARD Commission Recommends 25 Per Cent Increase, but Labor Member Objects. FOR FARM Washington, March 12. A 25 per cent wage Increase for bituminous conl miners Is recommended In a report of tho commission Operators and Union Men Are by President Wilson to settle Named in Bill. the conl strike. COLLAPSE NEARED BY TEUTONS, The wage Increase proposed will ab KAPP ASSERTS, IN DECREE sorb the 14 per cent granted when the TO CITIZENS GUARDS. PRICE CONSPIRACY CHARGED miners returned to work Inst Novem ber, so that the actual Increase Is 11 per cent over present wnges. N6 change In working hours or con Soviet Drive Feared By Prussian Chief Enhancing of Cost of Necessaries by ditions wns recommended. John r. Strong State Organization Is To Restricting Distribution, Limiting White, representing the miners, held Be Required to Overcome Fears of Manufacture, and by Other out for n higher wage Increase, It wns Reds, Premier Adds. Means, Included In Indictment. said, and will submit n minority reWrstrrn Newspaper Union News Sf rrlc. n Ilcrlln. Tlie Impcrlnl office for guards lins Issued n proclamation to citizens guards saying Hint the new government of labor 1ms taken the fate of Germany In Its hands. Until the nation's decision Is taken It will continue to permit nil citizen guards to work for the maintenance of peace nnd order. The hour demnnds that every German, of whatever party, It says, shall exert himself In loyal performance of his duty to prevent civil war. The proclamation to citizen guards Ibsued by Dr. Wolfgnng Kapp. new I'remler of Prussia, says: "The empire and nation are In great danger. Germany Is approaching with terrible rapidity the complete collapse of stnto and legal order. Distress Is Increasing, famine threatens and corruption, usury, swindling and crime are raising their heads still more Impudently, anil the Government, without authority or power and allied with corruption, Is not In n position to deal with the danger. Away with Government In which Krzherger Is the leading spirit. This Government Is not capable of warding oft ltolshevlsni, which Is treatenlng from the ICast. Germany can escape external and Internal col of lapse only by the a strong state power. Tho proclamation then asks "what Ideas are to guide us In this contingency?" nnd answers, "No reaction but of the German liberal development Btato and of the sncredness of right. Duty and conscience ngaln shall rule In German lands and honor nnd honesty shnll bo restored. The National Assembly, which continues to govern without n mandate, declares Itself to be In pennnnent violation of the con stitution, postpones the elections unm nutumn. A tyrranous party Govern ment would deprive, the public of the Important fundamental right of elect ing a President. No means Is left to nave Germany but a Government of Finance, tnxatlon and tlie action. sovereignty of the Federal stntes will be restored on a constitutional fed will cratlvo basis; the Government safeguard war loans and soon will begin their payment Rural and town landed property will be tried properly for purposes of reconstruction, in orcltt-sce- William N. Joyce of Berkeley, CaL, Nominated by President to Be Member of Loan Body. nrnihltiKfnn. Mnrrh 12. William N. Joyce of Rorkeley. Cnl., wns nominated by President Wilson to lie n memoer or tho federal farm loan board to succeed George W. Norrls, resigned. Turkey Has Cabinet No. 8. 11. Sail March Constantinople, Pnsha, the new grand vlzlcr, hns with the sultan's approval, the formation of n new cabinet, the eighth since the dato of the armistice. Diplomats here attnch lltle Importance port. to the changes made, considering the Indianapolis, 12. March Indict St. Louis, March 12. Tiiomns r. cabinet to he virtually powerless to ments charging cdnsplrncy were re- llrewster, chairman or the coal op- oppose the nationalist group In the turned ngalnst 125 mine operators and erators' scale committee In the central chamber, which Is directed by coal miners by n special federal grand competitive field. nHsiTtn.l H "H nt Kemnl from Ansinm. Jury In tho United States district court here. The charge, ns reported, Is con spiracy to enhnncc the price of necessaries by restricting distribution, lim iting manufacture, and by other means, nnd conspiracy to commit offenses against the United States, ns defined In the criminal code. Names will not he announced except ns each defendant Is served with the Indictment notice. It was said. Many Are Operators. All the men nre said to be active In the field which embraces Indiana, Illinois, Ohio nnd western Pennsylvania. f More thnn are said to be mine Hum-tnpb- n The Year of 1920 Will be full of history making news. one-hal- operators. The Indictments nro drown under sections of the I.ever net nnd of the criminal code. The pennlty upon con- HeJVas the Man Nobody A Strange, Though Logical Story Knew Did They EverKnow Him ? viction Is said to be n line not ex ceeding $10,000, or Imprisonment for not more thnn two years, or both. The grand Jury wns called Into spe-clsession to Investigate the affairs of the coal operators and miners. The Jury offered Its report 40 days later. It wns convened on December 17, 1010, but ndjourned from time to time. The Investigation wns In chnrge of Dan W. Slmms of I.nfayette. Ind., spe cial assistant United States attorney general appointed to enforce the In Junction order nt tho time of the coal strike, nnd U Ert Slnck, former United nl Presidents will be nominated. The high cost of living will be attacked. The prohibition question will be thrashed and other questions of equal interest will be settled. No home will be complete without the daily newspaper which will keep you informed on these subj'ects and abreast with the times. A daily morning newspaper can cover these questions more thoroughly, bringing to your door the first complete news of everything that happens day by day. Stntes district nttorney. appointed nfter his term had expired, to assist 300 Witnesses Heard. It was said that the grand Jury ex- nmlned more than 300 persons, Inclwl Ing Dr. H. A. Gnrfteld, former federal fuel administrator, nnd ninny conl op erntors. Judge A. P. Anderson of the United Stntes district court announced that a The Lexington Herald 0 with its army of trained correspondents and complete Associated Press wires will give you the news of your county, of Central Kentucky, of the United States and of the World. The Herald's delivery service gives you this information while it is still news. Hall has here given his best talent. Not a war, but an after the war story. True, the war furnished the first incident and it also furnished the hero with the strangest opportunity, the most complex problem and involved code of ethics a man ever had. Did Woman Ever Have Experience More Amazing Than That of Being Wooed Twice bp the Same Man Under Different Characters ? It Is but one of the many astounding elements of this tale, which starts off with a punch and holds the undivided interest of the reader until the end. Do not miss it I It is A genius for odd, unusual, deeply absorbing plots, Holworthy der to put landed property In a position to meet this taxation; economic freedom will be restored to It." grand Jury Investigation was to be made on December 4, 1010, nnd Mr. Slack Issued a statement that the purpose of the proposed Investigation was to determine "whether this Is a government of law or a 'group of men." Judge Anderson's determination to call the grand Jury was based largely, according to Mr. Slack's statement, on the alleged facts disclosed In an In formation filed with the court that officials of the miners' union had violated SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER To expire January 1 1, 1921, by Mail only OUR NEW SERIAL First Installment Will Be Published in THE CITIZEN MARCH 25, 1920 Subscribe Now to Begin With This Number explained. 6tamer It Aflame; Crew Rescued, Panama. The Shipping Hoard teamcr Olockson, cn route from Phil' adelphla for Vladivostok and Yokoha ma with a cargo of gasoline, Is aflame off Capa Mala, on tho northern side of the Gulf of Panama, and her crew waa rescued by the cruiser Tacoma. The Maine, a sister ship of the Olockson, hat been the victim of two similar fires, the origin of which has not been Eight Killed In Collision. Bellows Falls, Va. Eight men lost coltheir lives as a result of a hoad-olision between a Iloston n weot-bound the Injunction and that there were Indications that a conspiracy to violate the Lever act might be traced far beyond the officers of the United Mine Workers of America and the mine workers themselves. The Information set out the alleged acts of the defendants and others, showing that the Injunction had not only been disobeyed, but that the Lever act had been and was then be ing "grossly, openly and defiantly vio lated." 3teamer In Distress Off Cape Hattsras. Norfolk, Va. A radio message pick-x- l up here reported the Clyde IJno tetiiner Mohnwk to be In distress CO ille north of Frying Pan Gas Uuoy, IT Cape Hutteras. 2 3 Daily and Sunday Herald Daily Herald Blue Grass Farmer . $5.70 $4.70 ,....$1.08 , Fill in this coupon and mail at once Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. (THE CITIZEN, BEREA, KY.) for which please Gentlemen: Enclosed find your subscription list for the offer enter my name on expiring on January 1, 1921. No Name , ...... 4. .... Town R. F. D ; and Montreal express train and a freight train on the Itutluud ltallroad, three miles north of here. ;...Tr..-.:.- . Pngo Four the town, takes Mr. Viars' place aa Janitor. Mr. Black, Slato Superintendent of Hnptist Sunday-school- s, led chape! Monday morning. Ilcv. Cunningham, of tho Baptist Church, visited chapel Monday. Miss Bowles was visited this g, week by her brolficr, of Camp Bcn-nir.- crnzaw March 18, 1080. We Specialize Millinery House Only 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 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 us for your bats. We make a study of Millinery. We noneslly desire to sell you the risjbt hat for YOU. Ga. The Progress Club expects to slnrl the wiring of tho Public Sdiool building for clectrlo lights. Tho Woman's Club of Berca has Jt.st received a shipment of sup plies for our regular graded les sons in music Let everyono encourago tho phys leal examinations to bo given frco of chargo to public school children by Robinson Hospital. Honor Roll First Grade Dorris VanWInkle, Laura Todd, Leo rtcosc. Second Grade Grace Chastccn Adima Lakes, Mabel Lamb. Third Grade Alva Pullcns, Earl Doles. Spring-tim- e Apparel Fttlniiti Clever Suits the newt it in Sport Coats Smnrt Street Frocks Prettiest Blouses Stylet that are brimful of youth and charm, at pricts Within tasy reach oj all. Mrs. Laura Jones Chestnut . Parkway Sts. DEREA. KY. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BBREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Fourth Grade Maymo McKinney, Mario Lamb. Fifth Grade Lucy Johnson, Ellen Best. Nellio Hays, rtulh Hopkins, Nora Marshall, Wilfred Gaines, WIU lord Combs, Alvis Lamb. Seventh Grade Howard Hopkins Harold Green, Gladys Todd. Eighth Grade Hillls Dcrthlck, Let a Dcrthlck. Ethel Combs, Nannio Jones, Clara Griffin. NUMBER TOUR HOUSES Irresistible for Millinery Wear Dress, Street ond Outing Experiment Station by privato subscribers in tho State. Scientific horse shoeingt fine iron This is in itself worthy of mention, work and repairs of all descriptions but add to it tho fact that Lona is at the Collego Blacksmith Shop, It.n first contestant to win a second Main Street, north of The Citizen cup in tho same branch, and also ad. that ho has taken tho poultry cup Office. two years in succession, and it is easily seen ho Is pretty well up Alice Dales and son, Floyd are toward tho top of tho ladder as a visiting friends in Huntington, V. poultryman. , Va. this week. Mr. Hibbard and family are movH. McCreary spent Friday and ing from their homo on Center Saturday with relatives at Corbln. slrcet to their farm near Kingston. Caleb Rollins, who has been in Miss Lillian Smith, who has a Berea for some time, has returned position in Hazard, spent tho weekto his homo at Burning Springs. end in Bcrea with her mother and AN EXCEPTIONAL MUSICAL TREAT U. S. Wyatt, Jr. of. Bcrea was sisters. Tho music lovers of Bcrea were married to Mis3 Velma Pickle, of Mrs. Edgar Scrivner and two lit-' given a rare treat last Friday eve Aberdeen, Miss, on February 27. tlo daughters spent a delightful ning in the violin recital by Jules U. S. Wyatt, Sr. has returned to week-end visit with her sister, Mrs. Falk in the College chapel. Tho Mississippi after a visit with his Dick Dunn, at her homo near Rich- audience was highly appreciative family here. mond. and filled tho chapel to capacity, Mrs. U. S. Wyatt who has been Mrs. Chester Lewis, of Versailles, Mr. Falk is reckoned ono of, the on tho sick list for the past week ha3 been spending several days world's masters and in his varied is better here with her mother, Mrs. A. J. program he showed tho power of skill and temperament to sway his a telegram Monday night announc- - Smith in harmony with the insr the sudden death of her cousin.' Harry Lamb, who has bought an audience Mrs. J. W. Humphrey of Canada, interest in the Berea Motors Co., of music. He was most ably assisted She will bo remembered bv many which he has become a member, has by MissEstclIe Wcntworth, soprano, who met her during her visit of purchased tho Samuel Hanson resl- -, and Miss Mabel Ehrlioh, pianist. artists of most several weeks in Berea over a vear dcnce.and lot for $5,000. Ho expects Both are well-knopleasing personality. Tho company ago. She is survived by her husband t occupy same soon, Godby's family, who havo been were generous in responding to the (who visited Bcrea with her) and i occupying the Hanson home, will enthusiastic encores of an audience three sons. Prof. Wm. Carl Hunt was in Berea move to Gray Hawk, whero tho doo- - which was loatho to 'leave. during the past week and addressed lfr expects to locate, the class on Social Servico Train- -' C. E. Campbell has purchased a MR. AND MRS. DAVIDSON RE of the Samuel Hanson property ing on Wednesday evening. The TURN HOME class in Sociology,. was also present, for $1,000. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Davidson who Mrs. Will Stowo is hore from Prof. Hunt was hero in the capa- city of Director of Bureau of Edu- - Ohio visiting her daughter, Mrs. havo been spending a week In cation and Rural Service of th'e Walter Englc, and other relatives. Berea left for their homo in Boston, Miss Addio Burdclls, of near Ml. Mass., Monday. They are both deLake Division of the Red Cross, un- -' der whoso guidance tho class hero Vrrnon, is here this week visiting lighted with Bcrea and with tho work Berea College is doing. relatives. is directed. Wliilo hero Mr. Davidson delivHo went from hero to tho Stale Little Edna Anderson has been University at Lexington on a simi- - suffering with tonsilitis, but is ered very acceptable gospel messages at fho following places: Founlar mission. From there, he went somo better now. to Cleveland whero ho has head-- 1 I?r. B. F. Robinson's littlo son has dation Chapel, Hart's Settlement School, Main Chapel and tho Woj pneumonia. quarters. Lona C. Fish has been awarded Mrs. Carrie Wallace is quite ill at man's Industrial. Ho also spoko at and the poultry cup of tho series given tho homo of her brother, Bynam tho College Sunday-scho- ol taught n nlnsq. each year through tho Kentuoky Pitts. His willingness to serve in tho Chas Preslon has purqhased midst of a littlo vacation has given new Dodge car. J. E. Parsons went to Lexingfon'l lm a large place in our hearts and Economy Through Quality Monday where ho was called by tho wo shall look forward with much manager of a concern which wishes plcasuro fo a future visit from both of them. him to travel for them. Mr. Arnett on Center street is raising his house ond putting other ROBERT EDWARD CORNEL1SON improvements on It. Robert Edward Cornoiison, tho littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cor. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES nelison and grandson of D. N, E. F. Dlzney, Principal Welch, died Thursday evening at March 13 tho Publio School Board iml.l it. rnmilnn mnnll,l J moot inf 0"-- ,1 I I i 'O' Utl, nnn Best Blacksmithing Agricultural Tho city council passed an or dinance requiring owners of houses to number their houses so as to aid in tho delivery of tho malls. Tho numbering should bo completed by Saturday of this week. This will bo of great advantago in 'other wftys. Frequently you want to direct somo one to your home and it is very difficult to do so without numbers on tho house, It will save you having goods de livered atsomcono else's houso when you have ordered and paid for them. Don't neglect this, but call on J. W' Stephens or E. F. Coylo for direction; have tho numbers in a con spicuous place by the requested date. FORMAL Spring Opening Friday, Saturday, Monday March 19, 20, 22- - Jennie B. Fish Co. BEREA KENTUCKY DEAN Havo & HERNDON Real Estate Agents you bought that Farm? Don't look too long! Wo still havo a few farms that wo could deliver, if sold in the next few days. After then wo will sell to glvo possession January 1, 1921. But now is a good timo to come and list your prop crty. If you want to ohango tho price or terms that you havo given us, call at The Bank and let us make the changes a3 we want to reviso our old lists after March 1st. Hcrndon is just up from the flu, Was pretty sickl 'twixt mo and you; But you can "bet your life," by Hob, Ho's up now and back on his Job. So como on now and list your land. Wo'll sell it this spring if wo can; But if wo do not placo It all, Wo'll find a buyer by next fall. John Dean's still doing "financial chores," Ho'll lend you monoy. or borrow yours. Call at The'Bank and see him thoro; Ho'll shako ymr hand and treat you The reasons for theqrowing popularity of ISffESJa, km are the reasons qoutoo should use them 1. TVy are ' 8. They arc 3. They do not warp. 4. Heat doea not dry tbem out will not break them. fi. Wind cannot lift thou. " spark-proof. crack-proof- lt Ire action ( O. Nail-head- s on t rot off. are protected from ruit and iur-fa- cc j square. .a was six months and thirteen days I? .I to $80 teachers was raised from $60 .""SMlo old and was tho Joy of tho homo; per month. Jesus called him to His Heav E. F. Dizney was elected princi but only Home, whero thcro will be no pal of tho Publio School for another year by unanimous voto of the moro suffering but Joy and pcaco forever, for ho is "Safo In tho Arms School Board. of Jesus," "Over the Jasper Sca.' All tho teachers of tho Publio ciutdKia. I ho bereaved family have tho The Compoiite It a practical, scientifically School visited tho Board meeting of sympathy of their many friends, but tho Trustees Saturday night, in built thoe that meets the exact requiretho only Comforter is Jesus. Ho ment of thouunds of men. Being cut open forum, whero each had a givoth and Ho taketh away; Blessed two sites under thru heel and initep it chunco to contributo his best bo affords a remarkable degree of comfort tho name of the Lord. thought for the welfare of the to the wearer. M. L. F. The Nettleton Compoiite It a thoe men school. -; Walter Viars, who has been Janadopt permanently it h always "in Card of Thanks feaion." ilor of tho Publio School for along lime, has resigned and moved to Wo want to thank our many Co. Garrard County to engago In farm- friends for tho kindness and sympaBcrea, Ky. ing. Mr. Viars leaves us with the thy that was shown us during tho kindly good wishes of the Board sickness and death of our Darling Umf SSocr Kill mm Hi hi far and all the teachers. Baby. fu wwu'i hm, Mr. Rogers, who lately moved to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cornelisoa. ' ". t 1 "y 1 "The Composite" soon as tho sun dries off the CLASS C ground ttlvl a mt Hcrndon will rcsumo his "rambling round," And if a buyer alights in town, Wo'll "catch him" ere he hits the ground. Wo'll show your land and all the Yaras hear Phone-D- ay 113 BEREA, KY. L. &. N. Depot Night 138 rest, And sell him what he likes tho best. And if ho lacks a fow round wheels, 11W To closo up big or smaller doals, Wo'll shake our rags and bio and buck, We Clean White Kid Gloves. Classified Advertisements And 'twixt us wo will cough urn up Model Press Shop. So bo your troubles great or small, FOR SALE Bring them to us and tell us all. A young farmer's bride, who reBarred Plymouth Hocks, puro bred. Wo'll show you homes and give you cently undertook the manageseot 11.00 a setting. T. A. Edwards, choice, 3W-4- 0. Phono 43. of the horticultural department of And when you'vo bought you will the farm, writes tho agricultural rejoice. editor as follows: LOST '"What can I do to roako bq poCome on to Dean & Herndonl Gold flJIgVeod pen, with namo, tatoes grow? I peeled thorn ever "lilhol N. Aibill," engraved on bar-ro- l. su carefully beforo planting them, F. L. MOORE'S Finder plcaso return to Mrs. but they 'mven'l oomo up Laura Jones and recolvo roward. Philadelphia Inquirer. A3 r beautiful have a roiich Utn harmonizing with aturco, brick or other fine construction 8. Their natural red or green color (the cruhnl slate) is fadclcu. 0. They are enduring. Tlie material from which they are made guarantee it. Kiih.-rirsbowi it. 10. They arc inexpemtrc. Low in fint cost. Ami require nu l'aintiii(rorollitrui-lTieene. Are adaptable to ail kinds of builduigj. J1" nce STEPHENS & MUNCY yef Jewelry Store First FOR RENT A J.M.Coy!e& MAW ST. bungalow on Elm street. Farmer: "So you are aa experiFOR For particulars call on Theodore enced milker, hoy? Now, whloh CUm Repairing Strunk, at Printing Ofllco between sido uv a cow do you set on when 1:00 and 6:00 p. m. you milk herf AND Applicant for Job: "O, I ain't a Mea'a Hats Cleaned and Blocked. bit partickler, if the cow Lisa f Jewelry ala'tl" Model PrtH Skoy. Buffalo Express. BEREA KY. NOT PARTICULAR. I March 18, 1020. THE CITIZEN MRS. A. C. TOWERY DIES CREED OF TflE BOY SCOUTS Mrs. A. C. Towery, aged 55 years, Dedicated to Chief Scout Executive (died at the homo of her son in tho James E. West On tho occasion of his visit to tho West End of Ucrca, Wednesday of Pacillc Coast to attend tho National last week, after a long illness. In Djslrict Confercnco of Scout Ex- - fact she has been an invalid for tho ecullves, Berkeley, California, Jan- - last three years. She had been ry flieled with rheumatism, but par- -j 21 to 21, 1020. I bellevo in tho Boy Scouts of nlysls was tho Immcdiato causo of her death. Mrs. Towery was a good America Because, hundreds of thousands - Christian woman and was loved and strong, Boy Scouts stand organized, respected by many friends and trained nnd resolved to servo God, neighbors. She leaves besides her husband, flvo Bons as follows: Est native land and all mankind; Because Scouting reveals tho way. her, Logan, Loyd, Erbln and Abljah. quickens tho paco and illuminates BEREA FAIR ASSOCIATION the path that leads to tho truest and ELECTION noblest Americanization of Amori- At the annual meeting of tho can boys; Because tho chosen playground Herea Fair Association held in of Boy Scouts is tho Great Undo- - Bcrea March 13, 1920, the following, llled amidst tho over- - wero elected to serve as directors for tho ensuing year: J. E. Johnson, lasting hills, rocks and rills; Because Motto, Oath, Law and J. E. Moore, E. T. Fish, J. C. Gilbert, ; Knifo of Scouting help boys cut John B. Hcrndon, Alex Gibbs, It. II.' thoir paths, straight and clean, Chrisman, E. C. Corncllson and W. through the itching, burning rest- - J. Tatum. J. B. Johnson was elected loss years of awkward growth; Scouting helps tho boys dent; J. E. Moore, Vice President to know, revcro and communo with and E. T. Fish Secretary and Treas-Nntur- c, even as tho "barefoot boy" rer. Fnlr dates fixed for August i. 5, 0, 1020. drank or the nectar of lifo; Berauso Scouting challenges body and child labor, routs MRS. MCGUIRE ENTERTAINS mischicr-makin- g idleness, and tills On !astsThursday artcrnoon Mrs. tho hours or boyhood MiGuire, president of tho Woman's witli life, liberty and tho pursuit Club, delightfully entertained at her! or happiness; borne the ofllcers and members or Because Scouting leaches that tho Board of Directors or tho Club, kindness is strength, knows no fear Arter a pleasant gamo or rook, and helps others at all times, and nnd shortly bcroro tho serving or that dumb animals claim tho fel - delicious refreshment there, was Itiwship of all true scouts; given to each guest a capsule which" Tinftnitafi Cnnilllnir inlitennpa In Imvo il... 1....n.tnt ! it,v,,ic.v, nmo.uo iu uvj" UK" JslMMl.1 ...if.. UIr it. JJIIUI IllUUlBb II1U Will lo Incklo every job with tho tools had filled with a stimulant. It of cheerfulness, patience, courtesy, proved to bo neither quinine nor obedience nnd loyalty, and mastery capsicum, but tho tiny roll of pa-w- ill he theirs because they are pre-,p(- .r in cacli capsulo contained a Pared; question bearing upon somo featuro -- . I)nifi1ian Gfillflnr la n nlnn rf wl - , 01..1.I ..I .. .l.- l.nnllnn ll.nl ui iuBu3- II.. (j.iii uuuvutii action, as uic:e questions, were I t..l.A.n uL.uiuii linn, inn knowing and doing, brings forward read they provoked discussion which the timid and humbles tho bully, was so interesting, nnd profitable, makes tho weak strong and the that It continued until tho minute strong stronger, and crowns physical when wo bado our gracious hostess courage with moral valor; la grateful goodnight. v Because Scouting is a mighty bul - j af-ua1 I Prcsl-Ilecauso soul-warpi- ng seir-dirccl- cd I Berea College Hospital Brit Equipment ami Service M lowest Cot, Wards for Men ami for Women, Prltate Koom. Ilatln. Klectrlc Service. Sun-rarlo- Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL Come in ami For Your Savings When you save money the most important question for you to settle is how to place it at interest in absolute safety. most satisfactorily . You can settle this question by depositing your money in this strong Bank, a member of the Federal Reserve System which has total resources of close upon SIX BILLION DOLLARS. PRACTICE Mt iin eiUhlUhmcnt, which In a friend In need, ami In reach of all the people. M Koiikrt Harlan Dudley, M. Cowlky, M.D., riirilclan Maroarkt S. Grant, M. I)., I'lirilclan Ml" Mary I.onoacrk, R.N., Superintendent mm nKi.i.ir. juli.f.r, K in., llrail Nure CHANCE IN RATES D.r I'liTnlclan lleclnnlnc March l, the rate for hoard and room of private patient will lie I15 to f 18 per week. The rate for patients cared for In the wardt will remain the aine t per daj. Iljr Order of i'rndentlal Committee. Ilerea College The Citizen A family " BEREA COLLEGE TRUSTEES MEET I Ncwipper ry for all that true, and interctting Thundar at right t rnblUhM IWrra, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. EJilar (Incerpof aivd) WM. C. FROST, EJitw-ia-ChL- f J. O. LEHMAN. Ma Subscription Rate PAYA11LE IN ADVANCE I1.M . Bit Monthi Thr Months (Vnd monty by On Yxr .60 Ordtr, Draft. KrsWUntl LUf, or on and two f nt iUfnp. Th date aftar your nam on label thowa to hat data your uWf rip lion It paid. If It I. not (hanaad within thrt wrck.afur rrntwal notify MUdna numbrra will I aladly uppllnl If an notlfto). Lltwral Urm. alvrn loan who obtain new form. Any on trading ut four yrarly tubwrlpUoat can Tht I4tltn rr for ooa rottrffW or Eipma Monty Tin; spring meeting of tho Board of Trustees of Ucrca Collcgo opens today. Quito a number of thorn came in yesterday and spent tho day looking over tho institution. Other will arrive today. Ilerea Collego is Justly proud ot thf iiipii who servo as her trustee. Theso aro all busy men and many of (hem canto a long distance Nothing Im than a high appreciation of tho work being dono by tho Institution and a deep interest In thoso to whom ft ministers would call them fiom their multitudinous duties. COUNCIL PASSES ORDINANCES Our thirteen years of successful experience, as well as the careful conservative management of our officers and directors men well known in this community for their financial integrity arid ability all afford assurance of unquestioned safety for money entrusted to our care. We cordially invite Savings Accounts amount and pay 4 compound interest. in any , Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY war. Adfrrtltlnaratrton application. rle GET VACCINATED 'lhcro arc a number of cases of smallpox in tho vicinity of Ilerea, ami It is surprising thai wo And pcoplo on every hand who havo not liecn vaccinated. Why this should he Is linrd to say. Vacclnntion is one of the neatest blessings that lias ever como to mankind. Bcforo ll.o days of vaccination everybody hod to havo smallpox and great numbers died of ft. Every man en tering tho army must bo vacoinaled. The laws of Kentucky roquiro every pupil and teacher in our puhlio sohools to be vaccinated. You havo never seen anyono who was vaccinated who afterward You havo contracted smallpox. anyono never seen piobably who has been seriously Injured by vaccination. It is of courso possl. blc to bocomo Infected in a vaccination wound ns it is in any wound, but in tho "many thousand that we havo vaccinated Ucro among tho students in tho last fifteen years wo hr.vo never bad a serious infection, and in all my cxpcricnco I havo never seen a serious caso oilhor in my own praclioo or In tho practlco ol any of my colleagues. You aro liablo to run Into smallpox any limo and anywhero hero in Kentucky and tho only scnslblo Uilng to do is to go to your family physician and bo vaccinated. You may havo a soro arm for a few days, but if you could sco a caso of real smallpox you would think a vaccination sore was Ilko a flea btto in comparison. R. II. Cowley. lly Ordinance Tho City Council of tho City of Ilerea. Ky., do ordain as follows: That an annual tax lovy of 75 cents (S'ovenly flvo cents) upon each one hundred dollars of tho assessed value of all real and personal prop erty within the City of Herea. Ky., shall bo paid by the owner, person, or persons assessed for tho year 1920, and for all succeeding years thereafter, unless changed by ordi- ... 'Otklauri) OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY REPORT RETURNS OF FROM 18 TO 25 MILES FROM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM 8,000 TO 12,000 MILES ON TIRES nance That each and every male inhabi tant of tuo City of Berea, Ky., who being over the ago of twenty-on- o years shall pay on annual poll lax of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) for tho year 1020 and for each succeeding year thereafter unless changed by ordinance. AH said taxes, both advalorcm and poll, shall be duo and payablo on the first day of May of each year following the date of levy, and if not paid on or beforo tho first day of August immediately following tho (six date of levy, n penalty of C t) shall be added to such taxes and bo collected at tho tlmo of and in tho samo manner as tho original lovy. All said taxes shall bo paid to and collected by the City Marshall or other persons appointed by tho City Council for that purpose and immediately turned over by him to tho City Clerk as required by law. pcr-ccn- Naval Men Lote Uvea. Cnl. Lieutenant Com 1020. mnnder Jniiioi It. Wehti und three For information in rcgard tb num int'inherx of Ills crow were lost when bcring houses and buildings apply II-- l went the United Suites submarine Stephens and E. F. Coylo. In J. bk round nt the entmnce to Mnplnli'iiu Hay; tower Ciillfnrnln, nccorilliiK to it (Street Comittcc.) J. L. Gay Mayor, nitllo dispatch received here. San UU'ko, Edvfr. Ordinance Tho City Council of tho City or Ilerea, Ky., do ordain as follows: That all properly owners bo and is hereby ordered to numbtr their residences nnd other buildings as necessary for tho proper dollvory of mail, with numcbrs to bo designated by tho Cily Counoil, and that all Such numbering shall bo completed by tho 20th day of March " Fothergilli Clerk Twenty per cent increase in pay who went over- due in the spiritual world,) seas, or all soldiers are now over. Soldiers who even as tho pioneer .scouts blazed wero over should apply. their trails and conquered tho earth; f Credit is duo tho Normal boys 1. ll,,..Mi C.nIU. who, under direction of Proressor calls ifl patriotic men, to love, lead a town paltcnl a and serve the sons or America yet Mosicr, carried woman to tho Collcgo Hospital for , in plastic years, and all who thus m .. nis Mies English. Ono lovo and lead and servo shall know, . t," na,Uan tho beauty, tho wisdom, and tho?.. ... .. ., .u. power or the words of tho ProphcH -iniijW'nu oecomu wo com ior,nnV . ,, vywuv unu I'tatjat.itfc vviaj "J of Old who said, "A lllllo child niso." shall lead them.'1 I The Red Cross Class in Social By E. B. DcGroot, Service is enjoying many treats just S'cout Executive, now in tho form of good lectures Los Angeles Council by people from out of town. The latest was a lepturo by Dr. P. E. The Boy Scouts of Bcrea are Blnckerby, Stato Registrar of Vital still very much nl've. All you need Statistics, and ono by Dr. J. N. to do is lo como over to tho Tabtho grand old man or ernacle Saturday evenings from 0:30 mcdlcino In Kentucky, both or tho to 0:00 p. in. and you will hear Stato .Board or Health. Miss Elizamusic- - that ought to fill your heart beth Ailing, $r tho Rural Service with delight over tho exuberanco Bureau, American Red Cross, Washof youth nnd health. ington, D. C, will bo hero next This is lho beginning or tho fourth week. year of tho organization of our Boy Classes in First Aid will bo Scout Troop. A few or tho original opened In tho Normal department, charter members who havo not out- spring term. Thoso taking tho grown us aro still with tho Troop. courses successlully will bo given Get behind tho boys this year be- certificates entitling them in turn cause it is beneficial to their physl-ca- l, to givo such courses to other classmental and spiritual welfare. es. First Aid will thus bo carried Remember tho boys nro tho fuluro to tho rural districts or the mounThey tains through tho teachers. citizens of our country. have very ably demonstrated during this recent crisis their useful- interested in boys, and their welness to any community, ir tho peoplo fare, will back them up this year, cf that community will uso them. wo nro with best wishes lo our comTrusting that ycu, parents, citi- munity. zens and others of Bcrea, who aro Tho Boy Scouts of Bcrea. D I 1 T Si!lri.t, VS. aillafti0 ii a t IIIU III till , Cm mora.1 and ZOUk rt'is UI UUJ "J! ! RED CROSS NEWS NOTES ',., n,u THIS OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX IS POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE . uj m. OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to' the e car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities are tew 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. SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- easy-ridin- g; Toubino Cab and Roapste 1075 F.O.B. Fontiac Mich. Boone Tavern Garage Bcrea, Ky. Phone 18 Individuality and Style Combined with quality you will find in our New Produce House Open for Business We pay highest cash prices for garments. roc?to Our Millinery Is complete in all the new Spring Ideas. Eggs, Poultry, Hides, and Junk Bring what you have and we will proye it to you. vWe pay cash for everything that we 'buy. Give us a trial. Trade with us, We'll both make money BEREA PRODUCE COMPANY Uader Odd Fellow's Hall oa ChtHut Street Mrs. Eva Waldcn J. F. WALFER, Manager V Pago Six THE CITIZEN planted" by mahjTfarmcrs who have lbs. shelled or 200 cars,' not been growing it. Thero Is danTankage 10 lbs. ger here n big crop, might easily Hogs 100 lbs. to 175 lbs. should got send tho price down below tho cost Corn 100 lbs. shelled or 200 oars,1 of production. Tankago 9 lbs. "Tho farmer who has found tobacco Hogs 175 lbs. to 250 lbs. should got a good money crop can safely plant Corn 100 lbs. shelled or 200 cars,' it again this year If ho plants il Tankage 7 lbs. as a money or surplus crop only. In the above one oar of corn is cs- -, ' He is taking n dangerous risk If ho llnialed lo shell out one-ha- lf pound plants so much tobacco (hat ho canof grain, n two cars ono pound.' not raise tho wheat and corn, tho For practical purposes this may bo hay and truck, tho hogs and calllo considered correct. he needs for his own uso. Tho only When corn Is fed on the ear lo safe farming Is Ihal which makes hogs, the proper nmount of tankcertain of tho farmer's living first age should ho fed in a slop' or mixed of nil; and tho farmer who expects with (he kitchen waste. lo buy his living out of tho proceeds About four per cent of tho live of a tobacco crop Is taking n gamweight of a hog in grain feed per bler's chance. Tobacco in moderaday is considered a full feed. That tion is nil right; hut this is no lime is, a 50 pound pig should got about lo go tobacco crazy.'' Iwo pounds of corn and tankage conibinalion per day, a hundred CINCINNATI MARKETS. pound shoat about four pounds, olc. Hay and Grain, When tho abovo proportions of Corn No. 2 white corn nnd laukage aro fed as sug- yellow $1.0201.63, No.$1.03 l.OI, No. 2 3 yellow $1.00 gested, murh woro rapidly and ceo- -' 1.01, No. 2 mixed $1.00 1.02, No. 3 mimical gaim on tho hogs will bo' mixed SLftStJl.GO, while enr $1.50G mado than by ho common method 1.58, yellow iiir $1.5701.51). Sound Huy Timothy per ton $32.50 of feeding. In other words, it al- -' ways pays lo feed a balanced ration C'10.75, clover mixed $32ff,'t0, clover ZMfJ 10. to a hog. j No. 2 white PI40O3, No. 3 Oat white D3H0!lH5c, No. 2 mixed 030 Corn 100 March 18, 1030. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science DTE1N0 Investigator DOGS OR SHEEP When llio dog law was about lo bo changed by llio Kentucky Legislature, It did not look good to tho County Agent, At our suggestion lie wroto Senator Miller. Wo publish his letter becnuso of tlio information it contains. You may depend on Spenco and Tho Citizen lo do all they can for tho farmer. Wo aro glad that the old law remains. Managing Editor. Bcrca, Ky., March 10, 1020. people, both Dcmocral nnd Republicans, and as a representative of my pcoplo In tho agricultural Held, for both Democrats and Republicans, I rsk that tho present Dog Law remain, if it cannot he mado heller, but not repealed. Would ho glad to hear from you oonrernlngthls matter. Yours for a greater ngricuiluro Slalo and tho depression of tho dog Industry, Robl. F. Spence County Agricultural Agent. THE WHAT, WHY, AND HOW OF TANKAGE I have had so many in- Senator Clarence Miller, Stato C.ipitol, Trankfort, Ky. Dear Mr. Miller: Heing County Agricultural Agent of Southern and rtockasllo counties and in closo touch with tho farmers, I realize tho valuo of tho present Dog Law. nock-cast- le During tho years 1918-1- 9 county's sheep production increased more than 2000. Dogs decreased more than 300. Years previous lo this there wcro from 100 to 200 sheep killed by tho dogs each year. The common expression throughout the county was, "I would not mind raising sheep if it were not for tho dogs." Tho farmers aro beginning lo realize the value of tho sheep compared with tho dogs under the present law. Th-.'know perfectly well that tho dog will cat at least ten cents' worth of food n day, thus making $30.50 a year to maintain one dog, and at tho end of the year tho dog is worth nothing. Tho $36.50 will feed six lo eight ewes, which will produce one to two lambs each, making an incomo of from $80 to $180, this being saved from what it would cost lo feed ono dog. I do not wish to go into a detailed discussion of this law, except that I want to tell you as County Agricultural Agent and as a man who is interested in his people, that we need some kind or a dog law in force. Tho law protects .the sheep industry, and in fact all of tho live stock industry. If it is repealed it means that many farmers will quit raising sheep and gradually drift back lo raising dogs, which is a public menace lo civilization of today. I realize that the house has already voted to repeal this law, .and I want to appeal In you as our Senator for the sake of the farmer win wishes lo raise sheep, and those people who wish to bo protected from the dog, defeat this measure in tho Senate. Wo know that this law has been a great advantago to tho sheep raisere, also to tho dog raiser, In that it lias decreased the dog production thereby causing the farmer to become interested in a moro valuable live slock. For example: I conducted a threo weeks sheep campaign, in Rockcastle county in 1919, and during the three weeks campaign, seven flocks of sheep wero started by farmers who had never raised sheep before, and 37 dogs killed. This looks to me that the law stands in favor of the Since llio Your county agent was very much Butter, Eggs and Poultry. impressed with an editorial in tho Hutter Whole nllK crenmery citrus February 1st issuo of Tho Southern 0!)e, tlrxts Olc, second C3c, fnncy Agriculturist, so ho ran tils offlco dairy 55c.Kxtrn firsts lie, firsts 43e, orKsgx scissors around il and hero it is dinary firsts 12c. for every farmer to read and think Live Poultry Fowls 4H His nnl over .Tic, under AM 33c, roost over: ers "Tobacco prices keep on reaching 35c, 22c, ducks, while, 4 iUx nnd over, hen turkeys, 8 His nnd over 30c new heights anil breaking old reLive Stock. cords. The farmer who raised a Cuttle Steers, Rood to choice $11.50 good crop of good tobacco last year 013, fair to good $11.50011.50, common certainly mado money, whatovcr to fair $700.50,; heifers, good to may havo been (lie lot of tho farmer elio:ee $10.50012, fair to pood $8,500 1I).0, common to fair $0.5008.50 ; who grew grain or fed live stock. cows, good to choice $1)010. fair to G0 Protein "Hut, becauso this is true, let us ood 57.5001), canners $1.5005.25; 59J Fat not lose our sense of proportion or siock steers $0.50010.50, stock heifers 4 Fiber forget tho fundamentals of good $0500 8.50. Culves Hood to choice $1S01S.5O. Tho aboyo Is representative of farming. Tho demand for tobacco most of tho high grade brands of is likely lo remain good for a year fair to good $11018, common and largo tankage on tho market at the pre- or two; but a largo incrcaso in Iho $0010. I Iocs heavy Selected shipper sent time. supply is to bo looked for. Many $11.75015.50, good, to choice packers tankage contains farmers who havo been growing to- nnd hutrliura 9t5.7u01O medium $10, As shown above, a very high percentage of protein. bacco arc planning to increase their common to choice I navy fat sows $1)0 12, light shippers $15.50, pics (110 lbs Protein is tho material in feed-stuf- fs acreage, and the crop is being nuil less) $10014. which makes tho bone and musclo in animals. In every case it is imposailjla lo obtain satisfactory 52-Acdevelopment of bono and musclo re without a certain amount of protein being given to the animal in tho feed. Corn alone is a very poor feed for pigs and shoals. Tho reason is Subdivided that corn contains a great deal of and oil, both of which mako starch fat on an animal, and also give it energy. On tho other hand the proportion of protein In corn is comparatively small. Tho pig or shoat must bo mado lo grow or develop bono and muscle, and the On Premises at Gilbert's Creek protein in corn is not sufficient to do this properly. The result when Shine 31, 10:30, Rain a pig is fed corn alone is a stunted and unprofitable pig. Tankago used in proper proporAs agents of Robert A. Lawrence, we will on the above tions in connection with tho corn makes up tho deficiency of protein date sell for the "High Dollar" without reserve or bybid a and gives a satisfactory and profit- lot of personality and his cracker-jac- k little farm acres. able feed mlxluro ExLocated at Gilberts Creek in Lincoln county, six miles The Kentucky Agricultural periment Station recommends the from Stanford, three miles from Lancaster. In splendid following proportions of corn and neighborhood, on L. & N. R. R. Flag station rightat resitankago to uso in rations for hog3 of different weights: dence and store and post office at place. Hogs 30 lbs. to 100 lbs. should got I l tankago under nhovo questions, I am giving the following information for tho benefit of thbso who desiro lo feed tankage. Tankage, or meat meal, is a highly concentrated feed which occupies a very high placo among tho various feeds for liogs. It is mado from meat scraps, fat trimmings, blood and scrap bones, refuse materials in the slaughter of meat animals. In tho manufacture of tankage theso materials arc cooked under steam pressure, much of tho grcaso taken out and the moisture reduced lo a ccrlaln percentage. It is then allowed to cool and is ground into , a coarso meal. Tankago contains a very high percenlngo of protein and for this reason is highly valued as a hog feed. Following is the composition of ono of tho leading brands of tankage: quiries concerning DON'T GO TOBACCO CRAZY rciHc, No. 3 mixed 014G9He. The Splendid Farm of Robert A. Lawrence At Public Auction at or Wednesday, March Dyolng is rather n Inst alternative toward renovation of a fab-r- io which cannot ho washed or dry donned with satisfactory results, or whlrh lias spots. To ilyo tho garment, wash il clean, rlnso well, and il is ready to dyo; no ono would dye n soiled garment. Many housewives nltcmpl to dyo goods al homo. It is suggested that somo small, inexpensive thing ho ntlcmpcd HmL is murh nn ho learned In this way about tho best wny to proceed. In all cases tho garment should bo cleaned from grease, tho dyo should accotdlng to tho proJ10 mixed scribed methods which como with almost every packago of dyo, and thero should bo sufllolcnl quantity, so thai Iho garment may completely float in tho oye solution nnJ In that way avoid streaking. If in lis tf glnal stato ;' garment Is untxon in color, '.ir sample, it a poivon has tried to "spot" It, and somo of Iho color has been withdrawn, tho dye should bo put on thoso lighter i.iols with n cloth or brush beforo the rest of tho garment is dipped. Othorwiso, when tho garment Is dyed for tho purpose of covering up tho spots, tho spots in nil probability will appear a shado lighter. This is tho reason for Iho oxpcrl's ndvlco that tho color chosen for nn old garment should bo a very dark ono, cither bluo or black, for then It will bo so dark that it will probably cover up many imperfections. As dyeing requires soaking In water, tho fahrio Is very likely to shrink. All of this must bo token into consideration boforo attempting to do any work. It is ono thing to havo a garment renovated and havo 11 turned out so well thai il may bo called an economy; hut 11 is decidedly a wasto to pay for rcncwnl, and havo a garment Miich cannot bo u. id. The first (bought in renovating rugs nnd carpets is to gel them c'onn. To remove tho soil they aro tmally scnl away In bo scourtd, and this is advisablo,' especially if the rug or carpel is very largo and v eighty to handle A rug can bo freed from dust by whipping with a flat rattan beater. A wlro or a stick beater Is hard on tho rag "cause cither may cul tho liber. Shaking a rug often frays the ends. A rug, if ono has tho endurance, may bo thoroughly freshened al homo by first gelling It entirely free from dust, and then preparing a heavy lather of any white toap and water. With a soft brush, this sudo inay ho spread on tho rug, always with the thought of keeping up n strong frothy lather. Apply tho suds with tho brush and rlnss II oft with soft cloths or sponges which havo been wrung oul of warm water. Do only a small part at n time. Itlnso each part as you work rather than spread ovor too largo a surfaco at ono lime. Tho rinsing is an essential part, so bo careful to chango tho water very frequently, and ns fast as II darken In color. Tho washing mothod may ho npplied to practically alt rugs, except thoso that would fado oven with wnlcr. . Many rugs may ho actually washed in the washlub or in tho washing ntachine. First brush or beat to nil posslblo dust; then givo It n clear wash first lo rcmovo tho dirt which Is not possiblo to brush out. Then ndd soapsuds and wash until clean. Several rinsings will clear up I he coloring nnd rcmovo any snap which If allowed to remain would mako tho rug sticky. In order that tho nig bo not marked, do not nltcmpl lo wring, but hang dripping nn Iho lino wrong sido out, nnd let drip until dry. Tho washing of rag rugs should bo planned for, when they aro mado by having the rags of permanent rnlor so ns to allow for washing. Many rag rugs do not appear to wash well becauso they havo been wnshed in too small nn nmount of water, and not rinsed well. This is often the caso when done in a wnshliih and is especially so if Iho person is not strong enough to hnndlo tho rug easily and rinso It well. Tn such a caso tho rug had belter bo laid on tho floor, like that of tho porch, scrubbed with a broom nnd suds, nnd rinsed by palls of water or by means of tho hoso. Poor rinsing leaves a grimy rug. To clean matting, uso ammonia nnd cold water, trying to nvold using much Boap; never uso very hoi water, or soap that contains a good deal of soda. Cold water will givo tho best results. To grcaso spots, spread cither fuller's earth, dry starch, or whiting on tho stain. This dry absorbent should tako up tho grcaso. A second application may he necessary, each time letting tie absorbent nmnla !or n few days Detergent can bo mod lo remove the grcaso, or ether or rhloroform will dlssolvo grcaso. lie careful to absorb tho grcaso by a pad under thn stain, changing It ns fast a soiled. (Avoid a flro With ether.) A much worn linoleum can bo freshened and saved by using varnish. This varnish, llko that for tho floor, must bo of n very good quality nnd put on a thin covering, becauso varnish thai is cither of poor quality or is put on too thick il likely to prove worso than none. rc-m- ovo vo 052 Trails to Two Moons Do you like a story of the sort that's Of the big, called open country, of men who fight for right, of life and death, of women who love sometimes not wisely but too well? A romance full of thrills and adventures? You do? Then subscribe now for "red-blooded"? seven-rooImprovements consists of a nice residence, two porches with concrete floors, good cellar, tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings, orchard, cistern, two-story, m -- well, etc. All of this farm is practically bottom land as rich as No better tobacco, hemp and corn land anywhere. cream. in clover. 17 acres Immediate possession. Think what it means atthis time of year. Tobacco bed already sown. This farm will be offered in two tracts. 25 acres with all improvements and 27 acres of unimproved land and then as a whole. This is a dandy place. Mr. Investor, don't let this opportunity pass you by. She is a money-make- r and a splendid investment. This little farm is a "Peach." It will be.an Absolute Sale and remember YOU say what it is worth. Finish your floors with Hanna's stain-and-varnis- h. Tffe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Wttjhln the two months there hm appeared InTlIBCOUNTRV splendid GSNTLXUAN complete novel that you will pay $1.75 to get In book form. Folk who aubacribed for a two months ago have read that story; they will read Trails to Two lobns, and four or five other novels to follow for and start with the first installment of Trails to Two Moons. It's a story that is like The Country Gentleman Lustro-Finis- h, the combined This superior product not only makes floors lustrous and beautiful, but it also wears. It dries with a tough, clastic film that makes the best possible surface for floors subject to severe wear and usage. Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h can be supplied in eight natural wood colors. It's excellent not only for floors, but also for furniture, woodwork and the thousand and one small finishing purposes about Will Also Sell the Following Personality Corn Sheller, double-shovplows, 1 set plow gears, mowing machine, smoothing harrow, roller, large box, coaloil stove, crosscut saw, 3 leather halters, water tank, platform scales, hemp scales, lot of lumber, bale" of barbed wire brand new, etc. Give this farm a look. It will bear the closest The more you look the more you will bid. Mr. Law rence will take pleasure in showing it to you. el itself big, outdoors, vital, throbbing, virile. pit onfy$tXX). IfthatUnta bargain I don't know one. And, better still, these, stories are extras InTlMt Country AN. All Gentle-i- f the rest of Its yar many pages each week sue 'filled to overflowing with farming, farming, farming. Read it I Oct to know itl Let it help you make more money I Buy It TODAY I the home. SOLD BY Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For full particulars see, write or phone, Through Me Berea College 52 Big Issue For Only $1.00 Berea, Ky. David J. Lewis nsUJU'H ARNETT BROTHERS See demonstration at their store March 25, 16, 37 Hughes & McCarty Stanford, Ky. Main Street a hm J. n.M 1 1blalslrsslscrst hi Berea, Kentucky March 18, 1660. THE CITIZEN Paga Sevea IMHGVEB UmroiM IrTTEIIWIflrUl SJNMSaiOOL Lesson tDy UEV P, It. Present Deliverance lly REV. W. W. KETCHUM Director of the Kvrnlni CIm. ilouUy lllble Inillluia, Chicago V (CopMtiM. Teacher of Knillih lllble In th IIIMt Institute or Chlciio.l KIT8WATKU, D. D.. Moody Unloa) IU. W'MHtn Nw.pr.r "New York Styles America VW Monroe Clothes New NEW YORK "York" LESSON FOR MARCH 28 REVIEW: THE LIFE WORK PETER AND JOHN. 8KI.KCTION t. Or Hi TKXT The Ixird Jesus Christ gave himself ror our sins, that he mlnlil deliver ua rrom this present evil world, according: lo the will ot Clod and our Father -- Oal. 1:4. word "world" In our text Is In the mnrgln of the Amer ican Revision by the word "nge." trnnslotlnn Thnt helps tm to understand better thnt not Is the It evil "worl d" from which Christ us, for deliver the world Itself Is not evil ; but from In the "n A cM live we which which Is In the Scriptures characterized ns evil. Present Salvation. ls The deliverance spoken of here If mini Mum- future nge, nor from wrath lo come, I ut from "this prexent evil nge." This corrects tho current notion thnt snlvntlon hns altogether lo do with the future. As often said, Kiilvnrtnii bus three tenses: the pnst, present nml future. Pnst sins nre forgiven through the Lord Jesus Christ, nml n.urnnce given thnt the believer "shnll he Mived from wrath through him." Mill mlvnllnn does not stop with these two great fncts of the pnst and future life of the believer; It also hns to do with his present life. The text tells us thnt Christ purposed In giving himself for our sins to deliver us from this present evil nge; , fot the believer In tho Lord Jesus Christ ihere Is present salvntlon, which wns wrought out for film by Christ on the cross. Reckoned Dead to Sin. In another epistle the writer of this one telle- is that when Christ was crucified upon the cross, our old mnn thnt Is. our corrupt humnn nature wns cruellled with Christ. This crucifixion with Christ, Pnul snys, Is true of nil believers In (Sod's reckoning nnd he mnkes It clear Hint the first step In the believer's deliverance from this present evil nge Is for him to reckon himself us Ood does. "Likewise," In the snme wny, be snys, "reckon ye tlso yourselves to lie dend Indeed unto sin" (Itomnns 0:11). Deliverance Is not gnlned by denying the existence of thJ old nature In the believer, hut by recognizing the fnct of thi old nnture nnd then denting with It ns God asks us to, hy reckoning It dend. Reckoned Alive to Qod. But the apostle goes further. He snys thnt we should reckon ourselves not only to be dend Indeed unto sin, "but allre unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord." This Is tho second step In present deliverance. Agnln we see that In the reckoning of Ood we were In Christ when be arose from the dead. This does not mean that like our Lord we are now nctuully on the resurrection side of the grave. It mentis Hint Owl counts us as If we were there utid that now we are to reckon ourselves thero through Jesus Christ our Lord. Well may It bo asked: "How can this reckoning be done?" The answer Is: "lly fnlth." Reckoning these things true Is nn net of fnlth. Yield to Qod. The THE HOME OF MONROE CLOTHES FOIl TBXT-Oo ltlDINO-Ke- v. ye therefore and teach all nations, baptltlnK thrm In the tiiime or tli Father, and of 'the Hon, and or the Holy (Ihoat; trarhln thrm to ob- OOI.DKN translated serve all thlngi whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am llh you even unto the nd or the world Ms.IL 2J:1. an. ADDITIONAL, M ATKHI AI John 1:41; ; I Peter 1:1; I John riMMAIir TOPIC-T- wo Btorlea About I'eter (Acta JUNIOIl TOPIC-I'e- ter and John Win. nlnx Otheta to Chrlit (material or laat quarter). INTKItMKDIATK AND 8KNIOH TOPIC Peter and John Compared and Contracted. TOL'NO PKOI'l.K AND ADUI.T TOPIC Contribution or Peter and John to Christian History. XldS-M1:1-3.1-11M-17- III Tlio review of the qunrtcr's lessons enn lie profltnhly mnde to center In the service of Peter nntl John, or better, lht ncllvlty mid power of the risen nml nKccndcd Christ manifest In the service of Peter nml John. Lesion 1. I'eter Trenches nt Pentn-cos- t (Acls 2). I'eter prove!" thnt Jesus Christ nrose from the ileuil, nscended on high nml poured forth the Holy Spirit upon the church; the evidence of It wns the unusunl hehnvlor of the disciples. Lesson 2. I'eter and John Ileal a I j) mo Mnn (Acta .1). Tills remnrknblo mlrncle wrought In the nnme of Jesus Christ proved thnt though the Jews had crucified him, he was now nllve mid continued his work through the disciples. Lesion 3. Pelcr nnd John Witnessing of the Itlnon Christ Ilefore the (Act 4). As n result tun Sutihcdrln took knowledge thnt they hnd lieen with Jesus, thnt Is, his life nnd work were being reproduced In and through them, rtetng with Christ will: 1. (live nn ex;erliiientnl knowledge of htm, so thnt the life will remind one of Jesus. 2. Take nwny the fenr of mnn. I'eter, who n little while ngo q united before n Jewish mnld. In undnuntcd before the nugust snnhedrln. 3. Open a mnn's llpa. I'eter sold: "We can-Dbut speak the things which we hnve seen nnd heard." What the heart feels, the mouth must sjienk out. Lesson 4. The Risen Christ Vindicating Ills Church (Acts He passed Judgment upon Ananias nnd Snpphlrn for their hypocritical pretense of generosity. The living Christ knows the Intents of the heart; nothing enn be concealed from htm. Lesion 5. The Living Christ Snvtng Men and Women In Snmnrla (Acts Ills Minctlon of the preaching of the Gospel by Philip In Is shown by the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. I'eter and John were sent by the mother church to confirm the work, Lesorv 6. The Living Christ Healing the Sick and Ilnlslng the Dead (Acts per-ImSnn-hedr1:5-10- ). 8:4-2.1- ). I NewYork! fromMonroe Styles New The Spring America's Metropolis. Monroe COME and see them these catchy, appealing Styles of Models. The authoritative Spring Bvery pattern, a standard bearer of New York Style every bringing spirit of Broad way, Fifth Avenue and Kttern. Drive. the Mark how the new high arm pit coat naps up the figure gives unmistakable dignity and smart ness to fine shoulders. Glance at the blunt lapel note how it adds to the whole ensemble. ust cArrived And what man, from the young chap outofschooltothe man of accomplishment, does not strive to be up to New York in style and appearance, to be in the front line of fashion as thoroughly at home on Fifth Avenue as the men who daily promenade it? Through Monroe Clothes this desire finds full expression. For Monroe Clothes do more than convey the ideas of America's font of style they mould New York's judgment as to. the truly genuine in style. The fact that New York men buy Monroe Clothes more than any other kind is concrete, irrefutable proof. For Style for A ppearance for Impression tor Wear tor Economy your Spring Suit should bear the Monroe Clothes Label. THE WELCH'S DEPT. STORE CHESTNUT STREET MAJ. GEN. TASKER H. BLISS eeiiiliur u, winch wt enteiitl llilo uy the United States, (J rent lirltuln and The stnte department mnde public the text of the note and It Is believed another reply will he forthcoming from the Hrltlsh nnd Trench premiers, chiefly because the president explains he will not sanction any partitioning of Albania, even though such a step might bring nn agreement between Italy and Jugo-Slavl- BEREA, KENTUCKY 0:32-43- ). That Christ Is nllve Is proved by the vanquishing of the drendful malndy of palsy and the retennntlng of a corpse by the depnrted soul. Nothing like this hnd been known since the days of Christ. Lesson 7. The Risen Christ Itcvenl-In- g I'eter testifies Jesus Christ died the Judge of the and that everyone Himself to n Gentile (Acts 10). to Cornelius thnt for sin nnd Is to bo quick nnd the dead, who believes on him will receive remission of Sinn. Leson 8. Peter Is Delivered From Prison Through the Living Christ Sending Ills Angel to Open the Doors (Acts The church prnyed for Peter's deliverance nnd the prison wns opened. All power Is given him In henven nnd In enrth; there Is nothing too Imrd for the living Christ. Lesson 9. Peter Shows the Itesur-reele- d Christ as the Head of the Church (1 Peter 2:15; Ilcciiuse Christ Is alive, those who are Joined to him by fnlth grow. of the contact with him they are able to nmlntnln seemly behavior In the various relations of life. Lesson 10. Christ Is tho ltuvenler of dod's Love (I John The proof that Chrtot Is nllvo Is tho love of Hod In the hearts of those who have been born again. Lesson 11. Clirlut Is Alive Ilecause He Is Walking In the Midst of the Churches (Kev. Lesson 12. In heaven, the crucified, risen and glorified Christ will bo the center of worship. All glory and honor are ascribed to htm because of bis marvelous work of redemption. 12:1-11)). 4:7-211:4-18- ). France. Public Sale! As I Tho third step In pjesent deliverance might be cnlled a doublo one: "Yield not," "Yield to" (Romans 0:13). The believer Is not to yield to sin. This shows thnt, unlike his Lord, the believer Is not without sin In him; the old corrupt nnture can give wny to sin. If tho believer ullows It; therefore, he Is not to yield to tho lust of the flesh, but rather to yield himself to Ood. The motive jiower for godly living Is not the energy of the flesh but the poj-e- r of trie Spirit. How necessnry. then, that the believer be filled with the am planning to leave the State, I will oiler for sale, on Spirit I Again the question arises, how shall And Pnul nnswers: "The life which I now live In tho flesh I live by the fnlth of the Son of Ood." In other words he snys that ns ho yields to Christ nn?l yielding, remember, Is fnlth, not effort; It Is trusting, not trying Christ lives his own life In him. Thus It Is, that Christ saves us from this present evil age, making It possl-bi- o for us to count ourselves dend unto sin, but alive unto God, nnd to yield ourselves to Ood ns those that are alive from the dead that Christ may live In and through us his own Messed life. this be? ' The One Eternal Lesson. J.lfe Is not a holiday, but nn education, and tho one eternal lesson for Anger Injure the Soul. us till I" bow Dctter we ran love. And Dad temper Is llku (ho icorplou Love Is not a thing of enthusiastic which stings ItKcIf. Every fit of anemotion, either. The.Apostlo Paul, In ger Injures most the soul that Indulge n few words, glvea what ho called to It the analysis of Love. The element of which It I composed have common Sun thin. name: they are virtues which we Ttioie who bring sunshine to the hear arut every day ; they are things live of others cannot keep It from which can be practiced by every one thea selves. J, M. liarrle. In any place In life. Patience, kindness, generosity, humility, courtesy, Being Always Right .unsellKhnewi, good temper, guileless-nets- , From a worldly point of view ther sincerity these make up the to bo mistake so great as that of besupreme gift, the stature of the perta! always right, Samuel Hutler. fect man. The president expresses resentment over the Intention of the British and French to withdraw the ngreement of December I) nnd nroceed on a new j busts. He holds thnj. this agreement is "tne oasis or reference representing the combined opinion of these governments." The president takes the view that If the December 0 memorandum were put nslde the allies would have an excuse for reviving the pnet ot London, which wns drawn up In secrecy during tho war, and he Is unutterably opposed to this. No words nro minced by the president In expressing his antagonism toward the pact of London. He snys bluntly he Is unable, to And In tho "exigencies of military strategy" warrant for exercising such secrecy with tho United Slates, a government which was Intimately associated In the task of defending human New photograph of SInJ. Oen. Tasker freedom and which was being called II. miss, U. 8. A., whose reward of upon for unlimited assistance and undistinguished service as a member of told treasure. tho peace council and council of allied notions has been tho assignment to MEXICO HAS "KIDNAP TRUST" command the Soldiers' Home at Washington. This post carries with It the use Government Officials at Washington park of a beout'ul home and Uncover surrounding, and Is the most coveted Association." billet of retired army otllcers. Washington, March 10 Discovery of mm the Jack Twigg farm, on Menlose pike, near the bridge, on I Tuesday, March 23, 1920 10:00 O'clock A. M. The following described property: 1 1 1 310 bbl. Cora 1 Ditroc Sw, with pigi fam- Saddle, good at lew CattiBg Harrow Turaiag Plow Land Drag ar sulll-clc- 2 1 Opea Gilts Bay Geldiag, 8 yrsTold, 1 1 aid work korte Bay;GldtBg,'9 yn. ily family work korie 2 Double old, safe 1 Sk.veli Sbgle-tre- et Tebacc Plow Deible-trce-t, aal 1 JerylilkCew,;Ne.l, pected ex 1 terctkea ky day of tale eron etlier tkiag i Pr. of Wagoa Stretckera Sod Skimmer, acw SOO-acr- e 1 1 Buggy Wagoa aid.Haraeu Hanes 1 ALLIES ARE SCORED BY PRESIDENT WILSON having for Its purpose "tho kidnaping and holding for ransom of foreigners, preferably Americans," Is announced Declares tha United States Double-CroM- by the Mexican foreign office, according to advices from Mexico City. by Premiere Does Not The announcement say this "unique Mince Words. company" Is made up of Mexicans and Americans on the border, this stateWashington, 8. President March ment being based on report from variWilson' reply to the allies In the Fl- ous consular otllcers. The foreign ume controversy, a already forecast, suys the "association" also la U n announcement of bl determinaIn "the Ignoble task of creating tion, to sUud lx tne agreement ot Da- - trouble between the two couutrle." ed of-flen-jig- kidnaping association," 2 SeU Wagoa 1 Carriage Collar aid Tags Hoei, Rakei, ud Tobacco Kwtm Cross Grt Saw ami Mail Howekold tad KRckea Famtiuro 1 This property is to be sold Absolutely no g. Roy Goodpaster O. L. Gabbard, Auctioneer Route 1, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight THE CITIZEN LINCOLN COUNTY Vino buying hogs the lltli and 12lh. M. I!. Ilornsby nnd family nro pro-- I Hubble paring lo move lo tholr now homo March II, 1020. Wo nro having In Ohio Mr. nnd Mrs. Calvin Pcn- -j a lot of flu In our neighborhood. ninglon were cnlled lo Annvlllo on W. C. Webb hns been on tho sick account of tlio illness of tholr list for two weeks with flu but Is daughter. Ethel) who Is ntlcndlng able to get out again. James MurM. L. phy nnd wife hnvo been with tholr school nl thnt place-- Mrs. Ferguson is still Improving. Tip- - daughter for several weeks, Sho Ion Mathews is making some has been very sick but is Improving. March 18, 1020. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else' No cormpondrnc ! EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Rhode Island Reds One setting Two sottinRV .... tlrnnl In full tr lh writer. The nm publlilifti iinl M net of irond flth. Writ pllnlr. n not for publlf tlon. but ill lols of sick pcoplo In this port llio countyJack Abncy's family special pens, per setting $.j.uu Send in your orders early to the County Agent, Berea, Ky. $1.50 2.75 In lots of 50 In lots of 100 - $1.00 7.00 plates going to Indiana Alio King r:;,lvln Pennington and wife, of Vine, and wifo bavo gono lo Indiana. 8p,.i Wednesday night with their Leonard Staplcton who Joined Iho bi other, J. I.. Pennington". Mrs. Lil-S. Army somo few months ago'i,, chestnut is still with her little died at New York with double pneu- tighter. Hazel, who has bad thrco monia, and was brought back to operations nnd now has pneumonia Sexton Crock .ml laid to rest in fllVcr in the Robinson Hospital, at the homo grave ytrd Harden, son n,.iea T. h. Pennington mado n of Eli Taylor, who was employed himiness trip to Manchester Thurs-i- n Ohio, died a few days ago with ,iny S. W. Clarke, of Hamilton, 0., flu and pneumonia. His bodywas. j, visiting his uncle, J. H. Clarke. sent to Ida May whero it will bo' conveyed to tho P.. Morris cemetery! Burning Springs for interment. Mrs. It. H. Bowman, Burning Springs, Mar. 10. Tlio of Sexton Creek, is better nt this citizens of Burning Springs met and writing. Henry Poters' wifo is organized Tho Burning Springs Corn-sti- ll on tho decline. Lester Peters,, inanity School Fair for this year who has been under treatment foriIU,d clccloil their officers. . They Foxtown measles, is now suffering from an will haw nn mnnln nrmrrnm In- Foxtown, March 13. There is a attack of rheumatism. Lester Pe- -! eluding agriculture, athletics, edu-godcnl of sickness nnd somo ( (era, Sr., nnd wifo bavo returned calional and domestic vocations, and dcalli3. W. H. Moore died from flu ( from. Ohio and have been suffering a competitive cash prizo for the nnd pneumonia a few days ago and from an attack of flu, but are hotter successful contestants. An early was buried in Webb cemetery. His at prtseiu. F. G who wvit commencing and push will make wifo, Mrs. Eliza Moore, is very low to Ohio to see his sick brother, (his one of the best community fairs with flu and pneumonia and not ex- -' Sheridan, who was ill with doublo n clay County. Miss Emma J. pocted to recover. Mrs. Maudy pneumonia, has returned. His Hasans' nrimarv elass is nrocrcss- "Thissell died last week from flu. brother's condition is better-B- orn jng finely, p. n. Wbltis class vacaU Mrs. Mary Jano Rose died last week to inc. wire or Herbert I'icrson, a p( for agricultural purposes. A and was laid to rest In J. I. Rose boy. Oscar Morris from Missis-- 1 competitive declamatory recitation cemetery D. B. Mooro nnd Wright sippi is among his relatives nt was held by the students of Clay Arnold, who went to North Carolina p:osent. taking recreation. County, nt Burning Springs, Prof. lo work somo timo ago, havo reTlnrlu-den- ts D. M. Allen, presiding. turned home Wright Arnold has POWELL COUNTY ncqultled themselves wilh rented W. II. Clark's farm on Birch Vaughns Mill credit, reflecting great credit on Lick and moved to It. 0 W. Vaughns Mill, March 15. Chas. their instructors. It seems that Marion Moire and Marlow Welch is quite sick with Bright's somo of the old timo cducatUnal Lainhart arc working for Turkey disease, being confined to his bed enthusiasm is about lo break out Foot Lumber Co., on Spice Lick-Ma- rried tho past ten days. William L. again. The following song was recently, Mr. Silo Isaac3 Jackson died recently al his daugh- - sung and rehearsed by tho audilo Miss Edna Clarkston, of Drip tor's, Mrs. Asa Barnett, near hew once and "gave ground for thought, Rock-T- hrco new merchants, C. M. and was laid lo rest in tho local ru reflection for tho future: Lakes, Wm. Gay and Charlie Rose, cemetery. Mr. Jackson was born fuming Springs linvc como to this community. C. and raised in Madison County. Hoj Burning Springs, March 10. M. Russell, merchant of Drip Rock, camo here when practically a young Everybody is enthusiastic over passed through town today enroulo man and was married to Miss M. roads, nnd they nro Just what Joe WP need. J. V. Montgomery has lo MoKee on business S. II. Fox, Kinney. Deceased was "8. who has been in Hamilton, 0., at Clark and Winford Davis have i,con appointed Inspector on Iho work, returned homo a few days bought two general merchandise nixio Highway J. W. Jewell nnd ago. N. J. Coylo is on the sick list. stores at Union Hall, from Berry n10rs of (t,0 High School will go The stork recently visited the Abner and Ernest Hilcy. Tho latter (o Richmond, April 1. and tako tho homo of J. II. Webb and family and has moved his family there David Normal course of that school.-pen-Pat- rick left a boy. Ho has visited them has bought a drilling rig ninglon Bros., of this placo aro and is now putting down n test (closing out their largo stock or nino times, well on his rarm There arc lota of merchandise and will movo to East flu cases reported in tho county and Bernsladt, April 1. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY many deaths have resulted thereBig Clear Creek Big Clear Creek, March 13 AH from. Jack Harris has rented B. F. A BETTER CLAY COUNTY who have had influenza nro nblo lo Curtis' farm of 150 acres for Iho Tune Battle Hymn of tho Republio bo out ngain. Mrs. Dora Hardin balanco of tho year, to pasturo and children are hero from Hamil- stock on a commission basis Farm. Thero's been talk or old Clay County ton, 0., to sec her father, John ers bavo begun burning tobacco sinco cighlcen-hundrc- d six. Dees, who has been sick for somo beds Eggs hero aro 35 cents a, with it's bottoms turned up edgo- time Miss Ida Hammonds Is vls-il'- dozen; old hens 25 cents a lb. wise and its roads down in tho qrecks, her sister, Mrs. Lula Pigg, of County Agent H. H. Harrison has Ida Chaslcen, who arranged with Tho Clay City Na- And the schoolhouso on the roadBig Hill-- Miss has been staying with Aunt Nancy tional Bank to distributo a lot of side shows tho signs of rocks and Swinford, was called lo sco hersls-tr- r, pure Rhode Island Red eggs next slicks Mrs. Jim Gadd, who has been month at $1.00 per setting. Wo need Thrown by the useless fellow. very low with flu Mr. and Mrs. more puro nrecu3 in tins necic oi CHORUS: Mrs. Cora Harris cn- -l Ray S"wlnford aro visiting her par- tho woods." Wako-u- p, all yo people, A. Easter and wife, from Wake-u- p, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jasper tcrlaincd S. Wake-u- p, Wako-u- p, nil yo people, Abrams Nick St. John Is moving Clay City, by an elegant thrco course Wake-u- p, all yo pcoplo, Friday. Wo aro getting! Wake-u- p, his saw mill in this vicinity Mrs. dinner Daisy Swinford nnd family wore very poor mall scrvico hero nowjThcrq's work that must bo done, dinner guests of W. G. Mullins Mon- and for some timo past, Just a paper, ,f you wi9h your "i,omo nnri COunlry day Miss Lyda Swinford and Miss or letter now and then about two, a filled placo to stay, Mnrgarol Mullins were tho guests of weeks behind its schedule. There You musl work for bcllop schools seems to bo a general complaint all Miss Suo Hart ono day this week and roads, throughout tho live Dempslo Hart mado a business trip over the country of like manner. long day, In Berea Friday Why not everyFor our children ne6d tho training CLAY COUNTY body tako Tho Citizen and keep which good schools can only give. Vine posted? Wo'ro determined to havo them now. Vino, March 13 All victims of influenza aro nblo to be out again. We havo pulled through mud and Johnetta - Johnetta, March 12. Thcro aro F. G. Ward, of Strlngtown, was at water and our clothes aro torn nnil wet. But just hero wo'ro going lo slop it if wo havo lo go In debt: Better trnlning for our children and our debt will soon be paid That wo owo our children now. cancies. Tho Jackson County Board of Education meets today for the special purposo of adopting "School Budget and recommending to the Fiscal Court a rate of levy for school purposes. The rate of levy will necessarily have to be larger this year as a recent act of the Lcgis-1'i'u- ro requires the levy of local tax fo supplement teachers' salaries. Tho Fiscal Court met Wednesday lo recolvo bids for the building of a new court house. No bids were received and the court adjourned to convene again tomorrow, the 16th. for its regular March session. U. od ey, j j Tho fn mv some better nt present. changed liomcs, the Paint Lick McKoe two youngest daughters or w. u. former having bought tho farm Joo Barr, Paint Lick, March 10. and Mrs. 'l.ney are very poorly at prosenl McKce, March in(or lived. Dentist, the who has served In tho Navy wlm, Young, of Hamilton, 0., was old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. for the past four years, has W. L. Hill from Pennsylvania, who have been visiting their daughter, ;)i tlm place last week. Ho returned u Morgan, died March 2nd of flu received his dlschargo nnd Is now Mrs. Mabel Ilornsby. have relurne homo Sunday, tho 7th. Alb. Hallin- - an, cr0up. Tlio bereaved family nl home with his parents, Mr. and to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. gor Is very ill nl present George j,nvo 10 sympathy of Ihclr friends. Mrs 0. M. Barr, near Lg.well. Turner, who have been very sirk Irew is expecting to market somo Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 0. Woods and Mrs. with flu, nro improving. School nnd fine catllo nl ML Vernon on Monday, Malcom Robert Walker spent several dayi Sunday-schohave been closed on tho 15th, Tho flu is still In this Miss .Malcom, March 13 Tho flu pa- - last week In Cincinnati. account of flu. Several new cases xretlon. tionts in this part aro improving Umlah Edwards pent the weekof flu In town, but all aro getting Mrs. S. K. Young, of Pittsburg, who end with her parents at Crab OWSLEY COUNTY nlong nicely. hns been visiting friends and rola- -i Orchard. Roy Estrldgo went to Island City MEET DIVISIONS EDUCATIONAL lives nl this place, has returned Detroit last week and drove back M Island City, March 8. S.fliiiino. Mrs. Ilrnwnlnir. who hns had a Sliidebaker sedan for tho Paint On Saturday, March 6th, chairmen were elected for only (wo Educa- Fields and mother, accompanied it,, n., i, imnrovimr. G. W. Baker. Uk Oarage Miss Addlo Fryo and wife, of n)cp station, and J. C. Baker, of tional Divisions; viz, McKco and by I.ansford of Lnncnster, spent Thursday Pond Creek. There being no quo- have gono to Cincinnati, seeking Krypton, are visiting their sister, night with Miss Fannlo Dowdcn D. flay, onoof Mrs. Ellzah Browning rum present from the other divis- employmcnt.-Jo- hn Columbus Miss Mollio Coldlron and Curl West ions, the trustees of theso divis- our merchants, exchanged his goods Kvans. who has been ntlcndlng surprised their friends by gelling ions were notified to meet in tholr lo A. B. Carmack for bis farm.. Tlio srliool nl Bcrca and who had married in Stanford, last week. respective divisions for the purpose will fall into tho bands of .,,,.,, has returned homo Rcba Mr. and Mrs.'O. H. Hendren and of electing chairmen lo fill the vaPrltchard. Carmack contem- - njM(?ton Is able to bo out again. family spent several days last week r. S(X-yr- Jackson County News ,ovemenls on Jim Amyx's I!tf.H. k. Owens nnd M. H. Berea Rhode Island Red Poultry Association Berea, Kentucky "HELP PAINT EASTERN KENTUCKY RED." GARRARD COUNTY ar i, I THE NEW United' States Disc Separator "Has a Bell Speed Indicator Jo delight the Operator." ol attached to the Crnnlc is rt simple device, cannot jot nuL of order nnd assists in inaintnining Iho slow speed (only 43 turn.i per minute for tho larger sizi.s) without, overexertion on Iho pnrt.of the operator. luit Tlio New Speed Tiulirntor Bell Crls-eill- ls, mca-goo- ds Pcn-Hob- I'hc ert n Lexington and Danville. Mrs R. II. I.edford and rlnidren and Mrs. W. B. Roopo have had the chicken . li. t. Montgomery Is I foii(l,nt.' i t. w I'ny with her parent", Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant at Bryantsville. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn have tho flu. Mr. and Mrs. rt M-.- perfected ami simplified bowl with interchangeable, unnumbered discs 4i re found in the New United States Cream Separator. Dairymen nro invited to inspect and learn all about this wonderful machine. Come and see nn. lfMany other improvement:, noti.l.ly Hell rinp while jjvrdinRmi Hi topi ringing wlirn the rr(mnl n reached, also when cranL li I 1. hat tlio I'. M. Burgess are botf, able to be flu. 211 rut nfler having bad tho MADISON COUNTY R. H. CHRISMAN Berea, Kentucky Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow. March 15 Robert Botkins has moved to the home he purchased from William Wiley on tho Paint Lick and Wallacelon pike. Taylor Bolkins has moved into tho house vacated by Robert Bolkins. Rare Clemmons, or Estill County, was visiting his sister. Mr. Elmer Stewart. Mot nil the sick rolks have recovered, Owing to the bad weather the farmers nre nit doing much work, but several tobacco bods were burned Tlio Infant child or Mr. and Mrs. Edd Kimball is very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. James, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Anderson and littlo daughter, Annie Marie, all of Richmond, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Arfderson. Mrs. Anderson and Miss Sallie Ogg were in Richmond Friday Luther Ogg of this placo with the rest or Dean Clark's fruit growing class, of Berea College, went today lo Mr. Clark's farm In Rockcastle lo prune fruit trees and grape vines Mis Violet Ogg is able lo sit up part or the lime. y. ii The Furniture looks like New and I did it all myself with so caiy and Inexpensive to restore old furniture, worn floors nnd woodwork to their former beauty nnd newncs on anything that ncedt Simply apply ono coat of reOnishlnft nnd you'll be flcllfthted with the fine result. It's ' ng No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Just get out a little earlier and work a littlo lalo, Till our children aro given an equal chanco with those of nny stale; Just movo a littlo faster; put In a Lot of Pep I And victory will be sure. y D. M. Allen, County Super intendent of Clay County Schools Bine Lick Blue Lick. March 15. Susie WIU mof. of Conway, who Is slaying willi her aunt Mrs. John Johnson, I entertaining her sister. Corn, and Mnud Doyle Elisha Davidson, who now lives In Indiana, is visiting Mends and relatives here. Many pleasant social events nro being staged in honor of bis visit. Annlo candy Kimbroll hail n delightful family of narty Monday night-- Tlio Frank Matthews aro down with Influenza Frank Campbell has a very sere foot as a result of stepping on a rusty nail Somo belated farmers finished gathering their corn last wfek Millard Burns' has a very sick child. Notwithstanding the scant snowfall wheat looks well, pl Iho late crops I lioreby extend my appreciation lo Iho Gray Hawk correspondent In your Issuo of March lib Indorsing my views on the cultivation of tobacco. It only requires moral courago' backed up by deep-seatconvictions lo wrong nnd ndvocato tho right. Moral: When soizod with renvictions, don't bo afraid to "speak owl In meeting." By perso-vrriIn an ascent of gradual climbing during tho past two yoars we have seen our paoo quicken to tho consummation of our fondest Ideals. Our victory in tho late war being followed up by the obsequies of John Barleycorn, then tho ratification of woman suffrage and tho I.eaguo of Nations which wo regret to say Is in cold storage at present, awaiting tho verdict of certain sen nlorial Solons whoso montal verte brae seem strung on a ramrod, rigid with restraint and political preju dice. This samo olomcnt will fight tobacco when it comes to tho lost. Somo day wo expect Kentucky to hacco, like Kentucky whiskey, lobe plnccd under prohlbltary restraint. "He either fears his fato too muoh, Or his deserts aro too small, Who fears to put it lo tho touch, And win or lose it all." ex-reed . ng comes In 20 Natural Pec Cce Wood and Enamel Colors, White, Gold and Silver, 15c up. Ask for Color-Curd. PEASLEE-CAULBER- T Inc LOUISVILLE, KY. WELCH'S DEPT. STORE CO., John Jones aro tho proud parents of n girl, christened Fairy Caleb, ported convalescent. Mr. and Mrs.' lo make her homo with her daugh-U- r, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kd. Smith K B. Wallace aro In tho commu-- n ty visiting old friends and relatho Infant of Hiram Powell, dloa pneumonia. Tlio bo- - tives Misses Clarn Bowlin and March 5th of our sympathy. Dora Gentry nnd Mrs E. B. Wnllaco reaved parenls-bav- o bolonglng to Beroa niv visiting Mrs. Joo Goodrich, of Tho sawmill Bob Mcrshon Cr'.lcgo is in operation again with Paint Lick, today. llidien Swinford the sawyer. Mrs. tins been visiting his mother, Mrs. Susie Ballard Is improving Aunt Minnie Baker, the past week-- Mr. g Tho and Mrs. Chester Klkin were vlslt-Ir.Sally Johnson is no bolter. Mr. and Mrs. P.. W. Elkins Sunpreparation for crops Is somewhat di layed on account of wet weather. day, Mnrch U Miss Mao Johnson Bud Ballard is moving Into this and a Mr. Hlohardson, of Panola, neighborhood today. WallacstOB Wallacelon. March 15 Mrs. Mln- nio Baker had a salo Saturday, tho mih. Bolllnir her housohold furnl- ti.ro, stock, farming Implements and feed. Sho cxpccls lo Icavo lor Mansfield, III., In about two weeks. wero married March 11. Wo wish them much happiness thru life. Logsdon Misses Anna and Ethel ay gave tho young folks a soolal night. Everybody reported a lino time Thcro havo not been many tobacco beds sowed in this community yot. Sal-unl- The Best Insurance Against Influenza Promlnant Educator Beliaves That Vapomantha is A Sura Preventive Once Tried - - - - Always Uied Dr. n. M. Bra me, discoverer ef Bramo's Vapomontba B4lvbM Wright, Superin letter from tendent or the Wllkea county, n. u, I'ubllo Schools, in which ho aaya: "Wo have used Brame'a Vapomontha Salvo for nearly all tho Ills for which it Is prescribed and havo always xatlsfactorv results. If used In timo it has never failed to break, up colds, usually tno rorerunneroi Grippe, Influenza and Pneumonia. . i xnenlc from nersonal observa tion. I bellevo if this preparation Is used In timo It will prevent we In dovolopcment , of pneumonia every instance, if used according to directions." Theso strong statements are fully Justified by tho remarkable recovSilver Creek eries that follow. Brames Vapo-mcnt- ha Salve is applied freely Silver Creek, March 15. Tho sick peoplo of this community are ro over the chest and throat and Inser aa ae-r.ii- ted in each nostril. Brame'a Vapomontha Salvo penetrates the porea or tho skin, relieving congeetloB, at tho samo timo healing vapor arlee and aro breathed through the moutk and noso, loosening the phlena nnd causing tho patient to breathe freely. Its absolute reliability is evidenced by dozens of unaollel-to- d testimonials. Brames Vaposaea-th- a Salve will relievo pnouaBoahs, Influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, asthma, lonsllllls, hay fever and Inflammation of tho akin. Vapomontha Is applied externally, and it will not stain the olothea, a other salves do. No home tfceuM over be without it. Buy it fro your dealer or direct form the BraaM Drug Co., North Wilkeeboro, N. A small botllo costs 30o.; a aauea larger ono, containing six he much, 81.20 Advertisement Portsr-Moo- re a Drag Co.