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A'rrry Thundat nt ferro, Kt Vol. XXI Five Cenla per Copy Devoted, to tta.e Interests of tlie HEflILV, The citizen oixrLtaJLn MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 25, 1920 v iPeo;ple Fifty Ccnla Our Threefold Aim: To give llio news of Borca and vicinity; to record tho happonlng of Borca Collego; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain Pooplo. Ono Dollar and por Year Number 39. Spring Work Is it not glorious that we can work in such a beautiful world! And that we can work at such pleasant tasks, and' for such dear folks! We will Ret crops this year that will knock down the high cost of living! We all feel like the woman who was asked if it was not hard work to get a special dinner on Sunday, " O, no," she said, "it's pure pleasure to cook for your CHILDREN SUFFER MOST IN VIENNA TREATY 15 KILLED Tho WorldNews Senate, to friends." Law and Order for the World have studied geography, or at least read The world is round, and most of it is inhabited. Each neighbor nation is a help or a hurt to those whose boundaries touch it.' Some savage tribes, only kill each other but the Turks are great for killing their peaceful neighbors. It is high time the League of Nations put some handcuffs on Turkey. It makes one's blood boil to hear how the Turks arc butchering the Armenians and other peaceful folks. By the way, we wish America was in .the League of Nations, to do its share for the law and order of the world. Most of xa the newspapers. Opening of Spring Term Herea's Spring Term began Wednesday. The Winter Term was "the greatest ever," having a total enrolment of 1895 besides the children in the model schools. The great events have been the Influenza and the Protracted Meeting, both of which called out some of the best traits of our young people. The regular work of study and classroom has been too much disturbed, but we are all much wiser than we were a few weeks ago. Now comes the Spring Term, crown of the year. We ought to be able to learn twice as fast as the begin-in- g of the year, and to enjoy it twice as much and we shall! PARTY PLEDGES ON LIQUOR LAWS KEPT Hi Muddled in nil llio tlotlus she 1ms In the loom she Is lighting tu keep fori her home tills mother I trying to keep warmth In her unity mid herself The pllKht of tlio penerty stricken In Vienna bus been terrible and It Is such situation ns fdioun here thut bus compelled thousands of Austrian families to give up their children mid allow them to lie rent tOjiolRliUorln;: countries to save them from starvation. This Is but ono of tho thousands of similar cases. finally failed and tho dopumcnt was relumed lo President Wilson. Senator Lodgo refused lo ngrco lo any sliicmont League allow tho of Arllclo Ten that would Votes to Keep Out of the United States under any of Nations. conditions lo go to tho aid of a country ladangcr of attack from outsldo enemies and thus the Lcaguo of GOES BACK TO PRESIDENT Nations was rendered of Iltllo avail so far asjho United States is Body by a Vote of 49 to 35 Makes the Controversy a Campaign Itiue Members Prepare to Vote Separate Peace. Washington, March 20. Tho senate rejected the' treaty of peace with Germany and sent it hack to tho White Houso with a resolution informing the president that the senate would not consent to Its ratification. For the second time since tho treaty, with the covenant of the League of Nations, was brought hnck from Paris by President Wilson, the senate refused to give It tho approval that is necessary to bind the United States to the engagements which It imposes upon the nation. Exactly four months ago to the day tho treaty was refused ratification by tho vote of 41 to 51. Today's vote was 40 to 35, the majority In favor of ratification being seven votes short of the required by the Constitution. Goes Back to Wilson. Immediately following the vote by e which the treaty was rejected, tho adoptcil a resolution by Senator Lodge directing the secretary to return the trenty. to the president and notify him that ratification could not be accomplished. The vote on the ndoptlon of this resolution wns 47 to 37. Hefore tho senato convenes next Monday a messenger from the office of the secretary of the senato will have deposited at the White House the doc ument which has been the cause of the most hitter struggle in the history two-thirBen-at- BY THE SENATE after several ratify tho Pcaco Treaty, pls What course will be pursued by President Wilson in connection" wilh tho Peace Treaty cannot now be foreseen. From previous statements made, ho may refer tho matter lo tho pcoplo of tho country as an issuo in tho presidential election. There aro many objections to this course, but it may bo necessary. Tho long delay that would ensuo buforo a result; cojuld ho known would bo bad for all interests at home as well as abroad. Tho monarchist in revolution Gcrmapy has been overturned and the Ebert government is once moro in power in Berlin. This result was brought to pas3 by tho appeal to tho workingmcn to mako a general strike. This was done and it showed how small was tho popular support for tho Kapp regime. Onco aroused, however, tho workingmen havo been stirred to press for a Soviet form of government and bloody conflicts are occurring In several cities. Kentucky News , U. S. News Tho Kentucky Icglslaturo kept llio pledges mailo by both political parties in llio mutter of legislation to back up tho stuto and federal prohibition amendNot only was a draslio ments. law enacted, mod-olon tho Volslcd national prohibition not, but n statute which tjwSlil makcmooilshlhjns a risky, as well hs unprofitable 'mfsThess, was put on llio staluto books, and still another law levies a tar of 00 cents a gallon on whiskey in bonded warehouses, lo be paid on its for any purpose, uich a3 its snlo for medicinal uses, and from this latter tax, tho stato wilt a considerable revenuo. Parly lines were disregarded In tho volo on those bills. Few of tho members of olllicr houso opposed Iirohlbilion enforcement, only six senators voted against tho bill on final passage. While the volo in tho Houso waJ larger, somo of it was on account rf certain provisions rather than to express opposition lo tho enw. forcement of tho prohibition Tho great danger of bootlegged cd do-ri- ve SKILLED SURGEONS LEAVE U. S. HEALTH SERVICE Low Pay Privet Efficient Doctor Private Practice, Says the Sur. geon General. Washington. March 17. o Ixiw pay has depleted tho professional personnel of tho public health service. Surgeon (lenenil Cummins Mild, until the force In entirely Inadequate to euro for former soldiers In addition tu Its regular xvork. "Wo aro today curlng'for 12,000 discharged soldier. Bailors unit marines In our hospital with an InsulHclent force." tJiu surgeon general said. "Wo cannot get tho medical personnel for the lower grades to opcrato tho hospital. Wo cannot got specialists who aro necessary In the enro of tuberculosis patients and the mentally do. ranged Wo cannot attruct to the corps a jutlldeiit. nu.Hib.cc pf.klKhljr tli!ed CONTENTS PAGE 1. whisky, or allcdged whisky, and tho (ovcrnor Morrow signed tho bill inuny frauds pcrpctralod on tho to fix tho Stale lax"rato on chickens bilyors of such booze havo operated a' toncnts on tho 100. Tho main lo reduco that business greatly. pi.rposo of the bill is lo exempt Those who in former o'cars wanted oh'ckons from taxation as it allows their drink and would havo It, ono well family twcnty-Ilv- o chickens way or another, will not now buy frym taxation. from bootleggers, on account of tho uimd alcohol scare and tho bogus Tho Ross Bill, pushed oiihstitutcs that havo been palmed through tho General Assembly by "if as whisky. Sheriff Ross, Louisville, over tho Tho decision of tho Supremo Court opposition of Chcsloy Searcy- - and of Die United States in qasos In MurcaUntit?alarics of all ink deputy hri Die liquor 'pcoplo liavo ro- - county ofllcors in Jefferson, was -isied tho now prohibition laws vrloed this oftcrnoon by Governor uniformly havo upheld theso laws, Morrow, who had previously demid tho decisions in tho cases In- clared that ho would veto all bills volving tho validity of tho national fcr increasing salaries. aro now pending, iimendnient awailed with considcrablo interest, Middloslinrn. Mtnnivi .. . . . . but with confidence, by tho prohi-h.ii- ....... ... jtarian county aro said lo K.imy in advocates. 0 organized and searching for First violations of tho provisions numbers of tho Baldwin detective JjIU aro acenoy, of the recently on duty in tho Uplunishahlo by a flno of $50 to $300 per Banner Fork coal mines, followRtul imprisonment for not less than ing llio killing of two men, fatal :io days nor moro than CO days. wounding of three others in a clash Second violations aro punishablo belwcen miners and guards Saturby confinement in tho penitentiary day afternoon at dusk, at tho Banner for not loss than ono nor moro than Fork mines on Wallin3 Creek. and for tho third vioIhreo years, lation, (ho penalty Is not less than Hundreds of persons in Cinoin-we- ro live nor moro than ten years In tho forced to leavo thoir homes inilentiary. when water from tho rising Ohio surgeon to perform delicate opera- River crcpl into their abodes. Tho rucr has reached a stago of moro tions. limn llfly-tw- o feet. Tho crest is "In one disease nlone, tuberculosis, wo will have to care for 12,000 sol- not expected to bo reached before diers within the next yeav. It Is al- Sunday, when tho slago i3 expected most n hopeless undertaking unless to bo at flfly-fofeet we can get the doctors, jnul we simply Frankfort, March 22. Beginning cannot under tho present rate of pay. Wednesday when ho goes to Louis"Wo have gent men to tho many ville lo. address tho Woman's Club, medical centers In the hope of Interesting young physicians, but without Governor Morrow will spend a week success. Tho pay offers no Induce- attending public functions and makments. Meantime tho number of dis- ing speeches. charged soldiers admitted to the hospitals Is rapidly Increasing. Harlan, Ky., March 23. ShorifT "To make matters even worse, about J. J. Bensloy said today that whilo 10 per cent of the officers In the regular corps have resigned and tho vacan- every precaution is being taken to cies aro unfilled. Theso officers were alloy tho ill feeling, and tho Baldon duty In the quarnntlno division to win guards, against whom feoling prevent epidemic diseases from Eu- was principally directed, havo loft rope and from Vsla ; In tho research for West Virginia, hp Is afraid that division studying diseases such as In- further disorders will start almost fluenza; In the medical Inspection of any minuto. aliens, and In numorous other lines of service work In addition to health NAVY SHY ON FUEL OIL BIDS service hospital functions." ed M.-iron 1 ur The Treaty of Versailles, was returned Md President Wilson today by tho Senate, after it had failed of ratiilcdtion for a fourth tlmo. Thoro was no intimation as to what President Wilson would do with the treaty. Whilo Houso officials srdd tho usual proccduro would hq lo send it i,o tho Stato Department for "burial" in tho Tho document which wnr iflivered to tho. Senato by the I person lK3t"JuTy-Wttake fo llio Whilo Houso by George; A. Sanderson, secretary of tho Senate: Ho was accompanied by two Senato clerks, and tho parly was received by Rudolph Forstcr, executive clerk of tho White. Houso. Mr. Forster did not' accept tho Irrat, however, the visitors being referred to Secretary Tumulty. W-Vrtt'Sv o4 Tho Federal Council of tho Churches of Christ in America, composed of thirty-tw-o Protestant denominations; and tho Intcrchurcli World Movement, representing 30 Protestant denominations, Have united in a call to tho churches of the United States lo observe tho week, beginning March 28, and closing Easter Sunday, as a week of prayer and cvangelistio services. Olympia. Wash., March 22. Ratillcatiqn of tho proposed suffrago amendment to tho federal constitu-t.i'- ii was completed by tho Wash ington legislature lato today when tho Senate unanimously passed a resolution ratifying tho amendment. The resolution previously had been passed by tho House. Washington is tho thirty-fift- h slate to ratify llio amendment. ' Sioux Falls, S. D., March 23. That tho Republican Presidential preferential primary will result in one of tho closest elections over held in this stato was demonstrated on the face of early returns recolved nl campaign headquartors hero tonight. Along tho Rhino section of Germany Soviet governments havo been set up and difficult problems havo been raised on account of tho invasion of tho neutral zone, set by the Treaty 0 Versailles. Armed forces aro forbidden cntranco to of the senate. Once in the hands of the president, this zone, but it has been done in Tho the senate will have no authority to' violation of all agreements. recall It, and the president is not like- Allies havo Increased thci? forco ly to return It to the senate unless he nlong.tlicfronlier so that Ihoy may can obtain reasonable assurance that ratification can be had. is admitted tbaLlhn situaUonausM j v A tCanrpilcr- UsUe,, - Vi In view of the president's desire to tnke the trenty Into tho cnmpnlgn, It is not believed by any of his followers In The Untied States has tak'.n no -- I the senate that he will for a moment lico of conditions in Germany by consider sending tho treaty hack to suggesting that food supplies canthe senate, at least until after the, not bo sent if tho radical clement campaign Is over. gains tho upper hand. President The senate will Immediately turn Its to the proposltfon of declar Ehcrt is beset witli very hard probattention lems. His Minister of Defense, ing peace with Germany by a resolu tion which both houses of congress Koske, moreover, has resigned and will be nsked to pass. somo other members of his cabiSenator Knox began the discussion net. Closo Watch is being kept of his resolution on tho subject shortly over tho former emperor and tho after the vote against the treaty had crown princo in Holland. been recorded. That such a resolution will pass is Tho rule of tho Sultan in Turkoy conceded by the nblest leaders of tho senate, In lew of the second failure scrms lo be on tho ovo of downfall. of the attempt to bring about peace by Trdots ot tho Allies occupy Conratification of the treaty. stantinople and rows of British When news of the senate's action battleships guard tho water o. was Unshed to tho White House It Tho Turks in Asia Minor failed to bring forth ono word of com Joeph V. Tumulty, secretary aro separated almost entirely from ment. Thn. to the president, wns at' the executive their European countrymen. offices until the senato adjourned, and greatest opposition lo llio down- the Information of tho defeat of the fall of Turkey in Europo comos treaty was promptly transmitted to from tho national parly in Asia, unthe president. But after tho adjourn der Muslapha. Ho expresses scorn ment of the senate, Mr. Tumulty went of tho Sultan as lacking strength home. He announced there would bo for tho emergency. no statement from tho presidents Statement by Leaders. Holland is laying plans for--a largo Senator Lodge "Tho treaty is gone. Thoy It has been rejected by tho sennto and fleet of merchant vessels. If tho aro to bo modern in ovcry senso sent bnck to tho president. president chooses to return It to the and to bo run by oil. Tho Dutch senate It will have to go through tho aro by naturo a trading peoplo and same process as before. If It goes to foreign relations. committee ho will in former times wero masters of-the They surrendered thoir havo a mighty hard time getting It tho sea. out. If the president desires to make position to England In tho days of a campaign Issue of It the Republic- Cromwell and Charles II. Holland ans are perfectly willing to meet it." has ricli colonies in tho East Indies Senator Hitchcock "I am glad tho which aro as yet but imperfectly ratification did not carry on the Lodge developed. It is likoly that this reservations, but tho result was about will now be up to thrifty pcoplo will tako tho most what I expected. It the president and he will have to take advantage of tho present opportunity for an expanded trado. tho Initiative." " pas-sag1 , GREAT UPRISING Commander of IN TURKEY Is Leading Prices Are 100 Per Cent Above Those In Current Contracts No Concessions Made. Washington, March 17. Fuel oil bids opened by the navy department covered less than of the 0,. one-fift- h CONSIDER Gompers Reveals Program. Washington. Gompers, Samuel Vrltlng hi tho current Issue of The American r'ederutlontst, asserts that labor's nonpartisan political tight will be aimed particularly at "defeat of thoso candidates who are enemies of labor. The tight Is on," the article said. "Uiboc has no weapon but the truth, no force but tho force 0 reason and argument. Its appeal Is to the heart and brain of America. Its aim Is tho welfare of the American nation, the safeguarding of American democracy. Labor's partisanship In America has been to principles, not to parties or to ruon." Asserting that labor's right had been "menaced by many present holders of political pluce," Mr. Gompers sutd the Injunction process had been "abused" until it "scarcely would bo recognized by Its PURE FABRIC ACT Editorials; Ky., U. S, and World Nows; Party Pledges on Liquor Laws Kept. Bcrea Collego Nows. Thrace Nationalist Movement Against tho Peace Terms. London, March JO. Bills Require Manufacturers to Stamp and Tag Goods In Manner Designated by Secretary of Commerce. March 20, A "pure Washington. fabrics" law was under consideration by the house Interstato and foreign commerce committee. In some respects tho proposed legislation Is modeled on the pure food law. It Is proposed In bills considered by tho committee to require manufacturers of woven fabrics, or of yarns, or of articles of apparel made from either to be stamped and tagged In a manner designated by tho secretary of commerce as to the correct percentage by weight of virgin wool, reworked wool, shoddy, cotton or silk contained In the fabric, yarn, or article. The name and address of the manufacturer shall be placed on the great nationalist uprising In Turkey Is reported. Jartayar, commander of PAOE 3. Now Serial Slory Begins; Colonel Thraco, Is leading the movement lie Kapp Forced Out. has established an Independent government at Adrlanoplo. PAGE 4. Borca Locals. Jartayars movement is directed as a nation-wid- e PAOE 5. Borca Locals. campaign against tho peace terms. PAOE 6. Mountain Agriculture; Later It was learned that the nala spreading tionalist movement Homo Department; Land Valthroughout Asia Minor. ue In Kontuoky. Colonel Jartayar has Issued a procSunday-soho- ol PAOE 7. Losson; lamation denouncing the armistice beSermon; War Risk is on Cur-ro- nt tween Turkey and the allies and threatening to oppose force to any d Basis. coercion and resistance to any 8. Eastern Kentucky PAOE peace terms not acceptable t the . Turkish nationalists PAGE 2. A . 000,000 A quotation of around 91.20 a barrel for delivery of 000,000 barrels at Atlantic coast ports, submitted by the Texas Oil company, and of $3.63 on '00,000 barrels, submitted by the Standard Oil company, constituted the total bids received. These prices. It was said, show practically no concession from the prevailing market quotations. While no action has yet been taken on the bids, Secretary Daniels recently stated that he would insist on an adequate supply of fuel oil for the nation's fighting ships at "reasonable" quoted were more than 100 per cent above those in current contracts. barrels asked for, and prices Tho peace conditions of South America havo been threatened dur ing tho week by tho ill will dis played by Peru, Bolivia and Chili Thoro "aro toward ono another. grievances of long standing and it is not oasy to seo Just wliero tho blamo lies. Peru scorns, however, to bo held responsible for being tho most oggressivo and troublo-som- o of tho throe. Tho Argentino and other South American coun tries havo used their influenoo to pi evcntan outbreak of war. Belgium has como into tho list of nations that aro to give to women tho right of voting. Belgium has monarchy been a constitutional since 1833 and has been much Influenced by tho examplo of Franco in (Continued on Page Five) tag or stamp.. prices. Pago Two THE CITIZEN (II March 25, 1930. the Slalol II was forbidden-bNormal-DepartmeI nt School Vocational Schools Law In 1001. OF CZIII1 BAmong colored who attended Thc four Normal Illcrary sociDEMOSTHENES LITERARY Mr. Illack. Slato Sunday-schoOr BEREA COLLEGE ern n largo number have becomo MEETING - SOCIETY . . II. eties, Union, Excelsior, Phlloma- - worker, gavo a forceful anil Insplr- TRUSTEES vrrv vniuabio n worK ior inoir FOUND IN BO t,,ca n'"1 Appnlachla, bad their ..... niessago lo tho students during College rapp jrnfpnr unwell, whn In The prpperlies of llerea March 30, 1930 hold lty u Hoard of trustees nlmrcrt nf Hip Slnto Normal School J!"l mcellng In Upper Chapel, Sal- - P,nPp hour on Tuesday of last nio men do- - fo, Mom Persons, Is n Ilcrcn The most oxcilinc and nrohably '1iarc" efinsisling of iwrniy-ro" , t. Professor Klrko1 A very Interesting program was irck.Thursday morning of last week the most Interesting program of Grand Duchess Olga in Rags On sides I he President. Theso Irustccj D!lllll!,l and oie elected to serve a term of six s n)l, nn,j )i9 wfc wno nro suchPiven. W. O. Prouse's paper was ,Vi Rimer flabbard, a trustco of the year was that of last Saturday In Need of Food. - important workers al Iilncoln in especially good, becauso it told how IrrPa College, and a former student, night. It seemed that tho prcsl years. I ney.are seiericti u rn:the societies might bo Improved by now 0f Iluckhorn, Ky gavo a most denllal election was on. Evcryono sent tho different religious denomi- - sjU(,., nations and the dilTcrent sections Anotlier one of Hereaa graduates, greater cooperation among the so- - iif'nful message on tho Scrlpturo seemed to bo filled with tho spirit ONE OF 3 ROMANOFFS ALIVE ... ....ii niwnv l)0 nfoud. cieucs. Among them arc ... ,! "Mmllato on theso things. of election times. Much canvassing of the country. Wednesday evening, March 17, Holdcraft returned was dono among tho members. Haptists as (he Ilcv. Herbert is jfnry Merrill, who besides her . such miss Frances wcro mado by U. 8. Red Cross Workers S. Johnsoiv n.D, of Hoslon, such mor!U.y studies took a courso in 11,0 Normal department was enter- - 0 school last' Vodtiosday, after vis- - Brief discussions Make the il ffcrenl members In regard to the s iiisinr, ..iiuxt.., ui n(P purges' iraming Lioparimcnu "k .AieiiKHiisia i" inng. ucr muuicr m mimiiiu", Discovery While diving Aid to the 1). Weatji- l'1" winning of the championship Washington, and Dr. irr brother at Lynch, Ky., and her one most efficient and capahlo of nnd jias j,ccn conducting for somo Thousands of Refugees In such holding tho ofllco for which ho was erford, of Nashville, Tcnn j10,pi(at for colored f t,ic basket ball series. S'ovcral mml nl Georgetown. mo ft gma South Russia. extemporaneous speeches Episcopalian n.--, the IleV. Percy S. persons In the city of Louisville. 'witty Miss licla Roberta, who was to bo elected. Tho following per- rniCl t0 10r homo by tho sickness sons wcro elected for tho respecWashington, Bive bV members of tho de(irant, I). I), of New York City, such Tllij l0gp)a i,as been approved by March 10. Oram! Duchess Olga, sister of the late Czar Congregationalisls as tho Rev. Wil- - Uie city, and appropriation made purlmcnt, nlso by Prof. Jos. Van- - , tive offices: Pr niolher and sister, has .Nicholas of Itussla. has been found by ,lnck n1 Msa- - I'arker. All enjoyed n.med for tho spring term. 11 Itnrlon, of Chiitigo, and '(cWard Its upkeep, and a movemon' President, Raleigh B. Hosklns; American i lending educators like Professor js 0 foo, (0 ,PCro f,ln(i9 fon nn tl.o evening very much. John Jennings; Re- n box car Hed Cross workers, living In yfS Flora Plttman, of tho Bust near Norvoroslysk, In south V. Illlam H. Helknap, or i.ouisviuc, ness class, left yesterday for her cording Secretary, Denvcc Kelly; Russia, It was announced PargP(i imllding. ThU movement the head CHAMPIONS ARE BANQUETED Professor Elmer A. Lyman, Ypsi- - comps u,r0gi, recognition of the t pno Hill, Ky. Miss Plll-- A Asst. Recording Secretary, Baylor quartern of tho AmericanatHed Cross banquet was given in Iloono nla ...in i)0 much missed by her Brooks; Corresponding Secretary, here, Mich, and Professor Wm. G. rl.Mv ,inVolerl nnd brilliant work lanli. Tho grand duchess was found "tollThere are of oup Mnr . Mrrritt aIMj has among Tavern on March 10 In honor of tho students and classmates, who wlsn Clnienco Manning; Treasurer, An Itogley. of Columbia. ing among fellow refugees from tho great financiers like Win. A. Julian, lla sp(mSors sucn persons as Mrs Normal basket ball team who won i1Pl. happiness In whatever Held sho drew Foley; Scrgeant-al-Arm- s, Rob Hon.' Ouy Ward Mallon and Edward ert Carpentor; may enter. Chorister, John territory recently conquered hythebol-shevlk- l, Spoe(,f jrf9. Charles T. Ballard tho Championship of tho Intcr-Dgiving such assistance as she partment Series. Tho young men Program W. Edwards, bsq., or Cincinnati. nm, Mr3 An,ircw Cowan Dlsharoom; Chairman of could, although herself In rugs, nnd and their lady friends assembled In CERTIFICATES There are some of Berea's own Tp VOCATIONAL Committee, Carl D. Ptilllam; grateful for any food and clothing Hi.' dining room al 5:15 p. m.t where graduates' and former workers like STUDENTS Horaco FiUpalrlck; Crltio, she could find." KENTUCKY HALL Y. W. C. A. elaborato preparations had been Iir. John It. Rogers, son of "Father Red Cross Announcement. ijat Friday morning, in Main Walter Mcrshons. Kentucky Hall Y. W. C. A. met In made for tho event. Rogers" and William Dean Emhree, The Ned Cross announcement Is as Chapel, tho certificate Homo Science Everybody como out and enjoy follows: The boys of the first team wcro K;rs wero KjVcn by Berca College, I he evening with us. of. New York, grandson of "Father first Hoor reception room Sunday 'The Grand Duchess Olga, sister of Fee," and Prof Miles E Marsh, of evening, March 21. .Miss Hazel the guests of honor, but Uio boys u rough the Vocational Department, ISIettler of the Academy Department of the second team who helped win certificates, bearing testimony to Life of Burns ....Anna Joo Hcnson the last czar of Russia, nnd one of Asheville, X. C. three surviving members of the houso This meeting was attended by tho was leader. Topic, "Moral Cour- - Ihe series by playing so hard with tlP raci fj,at these courses, kovcr-t- hi Duet Flow Gently Sweet Alton of llomanorr, has been fijund by S1ic told us of somo of tho first team wbilo practicing Wg (wolve weeks, Iiml been com-wiIinn. Thompson S. Burnam, of Rich-- 1 age-.- " Newland, Lula Owens ican Red Cross workers, living AmerKate In a prescnL mond, Seth Low Pierrcpont, Esq- - things sho had heard at the Blue piPt0( i)y tho following girls: Delia "A Man's ji Man"... Emily Hensley box car near Novorossiysk, South RusThose present were: Misses nmmond, Viola Bays, Elna Mitch-An- Cotters Saturday Night of New York, Rev. Elmer Gabbard,1 Ridge Conference; about Y. W. sia. A reporj reaching national headMac Boatright, Margaret Vir- - P of Biickhorn, Dr. Barton, Dr. Rog- - work that is being dono In Porto jiissic Mainous, Phyla Fuller,-gin- , Botrlco Wilson quarters of the Km! Cross today stated , thnt this survivor of tho most suinp- Prof. Belknap, Prof. Marsh, and Rico, Alaska, and somo other coun- Ida Kayse, Thclma Riddle, F(lna GasSi an,i Molly Porter, Letters from Burns Hunter, Jcnnio Hammack, Housekcening: Eva Qulllcn, Mosrs. Mallon, Edwards and Em- -' tries and the courage required to Adrlenno Kearn. uious court in the world was discovered tolling omong fellow refugees hree and Rev. A. E. Thomson, D. D., do this work. Many ways in which Iva Anderson, Ella Reed, Lena Hill, Lilian Griffin, Haicl Turpin, Daisy Crilio Sallyo Plummor from tho territory recently conquered takes courago wcro brought out Ree Igleharl, Cleo Huntley, May- - jj:raclo and Sallio Boakor, Iloyse- of Lincoln Ridge, Ky. lit by the bolshevik!, giving such assistA large number of important by various members, among theso Hello Hensley.x Ruth Evans, Ruth kcopin; and Elton Damcron and ance as she could, nlthough herself STUDENT VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT clnd In rags rod grateful for any food questions were discussed and cither, were, courago in religion, courtige IJIr.ntfln, Jennie Carpenter, Flo Ba- - jicen Mainous, Sewing, Tho Student Volunteer Movement and clothing she could find. acted upon or referred to Commit- -! in social life, courago In business ker, Christine Allen, Mrs Hutchins Tho girls wish to express tlirough t Thousands Pour In. tecs fo report at the meeting to bo life, courage in school and tho cour" ( and Mrs. Allistcr; Messrs. Rol- - ti,P columns of Tho Citizen their for Foreign Missions had a meet "Jteftigee.i held at commencement time. jage it may tako in being faithful j'hns Richards, John Wjlson, Carl appreciation of theso courses; and ing in tho Faculty room last Sun- Novorossiysk have been pouring Into by thb thousands, all rej They visited classes and differ- - t3 our Y. W. meetings. Huntley, Donver Amburgy, Bruco (jiani- - not only tho Institution for day afternoon at 4:00 p.m., in duced to the most Mnpodlffi Diirhnm.f Ktlmn - .1 , n...JLi.i..irua i I.nl ns -ns ... momnnrs linvn Inn nnur- - TittiM em ones spoKc in me ucpartmcni .ni.inr Mmm which wo discussed somo great South Itusslan abject poverty. Tho hi iiiuiisiiiiiii iitoa ti iiiaiviiift kiiLiii commission of tho age to stand up for right, doing Whicker, Edward CundifT, Daily prssiblo: but the teachers also for problems that must confront an in- American Hed Cross tins Chaiicls. been caring . .1 . ... . 1.. . .1 - ' . 111 r. .111It was found that a large amount ...t.l e Liiu iuiv.uu ll,n ituunu- i..uie. jMiuruwt. jtussui, r.rneai van i lf r nn iencn niwl rrlntiilsn n. wmio dividual sooner or later in his or for them to the limit of Its resources, iiiu wn.il lstr lifo while in college. nnd It was In the midst of this work of money ought to be expended in ing of the world. Icr. L. O. Silcr, Paul Grider, Elmer instrtictint? them in tho work. We nlso had a tew reports from that the plight of the royal refugee the enlargement of our waterworks Watkins, Edgar laylor, Clarence was discovered." so as to secure a suitable supply Hanna. llrmliree. and FEDERAL BOARD MEN ENTERTAIN the Winchester Conference hold lost Y. M. C. A. MEETING (Jrand Duchess Olga formerly was for the dry fall months. Tho place cards and center piece, went over week, concerning this organization. Ihe wife of xiio Federal Board men The Y. M. CT A. had a very I'rlnre Oldenburg, whom nm-lo- t wcro helpful 'suggestions Somo also decided that great efIt, was and Parker ii. ion iondav ovenlnir when tho meeting last Sundav nlcht. which Misses she dlvorctyl. Inter marrying n young forts must be made to secure funds Allhnit.i flin nllpiirlnncn wni tint made, wcro unique In construction. P.,h members entertained the fac presented as lo bow our movement army otllcer, sinco which time, aland carry on a special campaign , ag ugua, tho mcelinR wa3 They showed Ihe first basket ball utt-- , and their friends, at tho Vo It ere at Berea may bo rcenfrccd though the old Itusslan law permits . wl en Uic .Moumains arc wakening u her to retain her title, she has tnken ,.r.Hnnni iratno with nlaycrs in action. An inlerestinc and strengthened. rr,lla rimnol. as periiaps never before lo the ad- - ,ril.,H Sinco our Field Secretary, Misi the name of her husband and has lived Afle.r tho delicious uinnw had ,pVPPnI rnn,nn, rocram was civen. whioh consisted nm.. ?uijdborne, from tho New York quietly at Iloslor ns Mine. Koullnkov-skvaulagea of education and cstab- - of whfch ibeen served, Dr. McAllister presided ,)iano selections by .Miss Rissic ar0 ag folIowg. Sho l()V(p Hshlng numerous high schools of speeches banollin Oliver, singing of "America1 by tho olllco visited us, it seemed moro Ited Cross tins two children, but tho. scrit v0 wero back in our usual place, rejHirt does not reveal the' feasiblo lo reorganize, and instead ijuuuK.iuui nm .uoumuiu negiuu. whjcj1 stf miilatcd greater Interest; "icnanis. uapiam; jonn viison, amjpnce, invocation by Dean fate of these or hrr husband. necessity of training teachers Ulf!n Professor sliutt ptoved very ..Coanb; and Carl JIuntlcy, JMgcr. u.;,r,iSi hvimorous incid.viU of his of calling ourselves Student VolunAnother sister of the ctnr. fc'oc these high schools as well as ,.nr,i,i t Everyono enjoyed the soloi given i.'iip,,,.n trin. i,v nnn niark. nnd a teers for Foreign Missions, to givo n, mnuni. Kxonln, lives In London, while raising up men to beCounty Dem- - bnth hy hig meth0ds and tho loplo 'v Miss Boatright and Mrs. Hutch- - mPdley by Robt. F. Spence. Theso a'l those a chanco who are not. tho oidy other HommiofT surviving Is UH3U.UUIS, ii uum mw.-ia-, en-- , )u. cnose in.--. numbers wero followed by delicious raifdidates for the Held, but aro in- the dowager empress, who lives In v. as recognized. terested Tc occasion was a very pleasant refreshments fruit salad, punch. problems in mission work and tho The, subject of his discussion' The of tho missionary. u.ie wno passes over uiu uurea ..fl,1Pssing About Christians," is a expressed tno appreciation and cake. John II. Jen7 crmpus may well wonder how all themo creato thought, ' f He Normal Department for tho njngS( president of tho club, In flt- - only way Uiat theso may havo a REFUSES 'SUFFRAGE' SESSION that shouid 11 is woih. is susuiiutu aim uirecteu. an(, ,hjs was manifeste(i by those sffnuui worx uono ny meir reams. t,r. words, expressed bis apprccla- - chanco to attend is to change our cmoar- nic instuution is seriously Lets hope it will bo an Inspir- - ton of t,0 support of the club by organization to a mission study Connecticut Governor Holds. Demand nnrlicinatod when thoso nro- for Woman Voter Is No rassed by "tho high cost of living." sent wcro given tho privilege to 'alion for next year! faculty and students, when taps class, wiUi the candidates for tho i Emergency. It has lo pay greatly advanced say a few words. field as tho nucleus. bounded and all dispersed. prices fpr coal and all other supWhen wo obtain tho consent of SOCIAL PRIVILEGES FOR MEN Hartford, Conn., March 17. GoverTho Y. M. A. is planning to plies, and will probably be com- givo moro Superintendent, nor Holcomb formally refused to call Tho other morning threo young V EST ALIA LITERARY SOCIETY tho Sunday-scho- ol attention to tho Sunday pelled to call a halt on tho building night meetings in Vcslalia Llterarv Society met tho time for holding tho meeting a special session of the Connecticut order to keep up men wcro standing on tho walk piVBi-un- i Announcements general assembly to act on tho woman which nas ueen carrieu ou jj.p jnterest and attendanco ln; talking. They wero so stationed Saturday evening, March 20, In sco- - wil! bq changed. suffrage amendment. The governor so vigorously ior me last iew years. Uipse meetings of this will bo mado later. across tho walk that when two on, floor reception room. No said the stato constitution required It requires tho earnest effort not the prime of lire who wero Rl.am j,a, j,cen planned for tho in that a "special emergency" be at hand only of the students, President,1 the walk for the purposo for IljnP( as npw olllcers wcro to bo HOUSTON ASSERTS TAX In order to summon the legislature ln- AELIOIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Deans and Faculties, whom wo inow which walks arc made, (that is, to P;PPtP( for tho spring term, 4o special svsslou and he did Lot con Aelioian Literary Society met at walk over) came that way. tho CUT WOULD BE PERIL sider that such a situation wus creIn Berea, but also the thoughtful 'n,0 meeting was opened by sing-ladiated by tho deslro of a number of attention and generous gifts of do- - yt0 usual ,i,ne 3,1,1 PIace last Satur had to violate the rule. "Keep irig tho Vestalla song, followed by ners and trustees in all parts of the day evening, ..March 20, to plan for off the Grass." These ladies will prnyer hy the President. Tho roll Secretary of Treasury Submit Rec Individual! to have the general assembly vote on the federal suffrage amendommendations to House Any their open meeting1, and to elect offi not be fined country. this offense, but was caiicd, then the business or ment." Called Unsafe. cers for tho spring term. Tho off- will ror their election was brought beroro tho bo given a medal icers chosen were as follows: RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY chivalry to the weaker sex whom sciely. Tho new officers elected Wajlilncton, March 18. Anyreduc- - RUSH SHANTUNG SETTLEMENT President, Edna Stegncr , To tho Family of Mrs. Clement: they did push off tho walk. for tho spring term aro as follows: tlon'uf Income nnd excess prollts taxes Edna Turner rs Wo, the friends and to bo collected In the calenilnr years Japanese Government President, Minnie Klar; It Ready to Secretary, .Margaret Lester of Mrs. Clement, wish to express Mary Thorpe; Secretary, 1020 anil lOl'l would bo "munlfustly un Make Large Concessions, The Academy t'p you our sympathy Treasurer, Ruth Woods safe," Kecrctury Houston declared In r, your bein Tokyo Reports. C'ara Terrill; Treasurer, Virginia letter Chorister, Margaret Lewis to tliv nouKo ways und reavement. Harlow; Chorister, Inez Swann, Or. committee. Chaplain, Mildred Roberts .Simplification of ttione BASEBALL While Mrs. Clement was with us Tokyo, March 20. It Is understood ganlst, Belly Fulton; Third Execu taxes was urged, however. Sergeant-at-Arms, Elizabeth Brew- Tho Academy .baseball men aro hero tint the government has instructshe endeared herself lo both teachtive Member, Maymc Cowan; Mar Unless action Is tuken at the pres-- i ed Yuklchl Obntn, the Japanese minslcr. exceedingly fortunate this year in er. and pupils aliko by her genial Program ent session of congrens, Mr. Houston ister In Peking, to begin negotiations Tho program for March 27 is aa securing for thoir coach tho scrvl- - shall, Millie Mclntnrff; manner, Jie'r cheery disposition, her Committee, Leah Wiseman;. Social said, these taxes "must be continued to Immediately for a speedy settlement ces or Mr. Mokwa, who ror eight Committee, Onio spirit of fairness, and her devotion follows: be collected on ttio busts of the pres on Silvers. the Shantung question, ns tha views tc her work In tho classroom and as Itoll Call, Quotations from Longfellow years was a professional player. new president was then ent law until the close of the calen- of tho Jopniu'se and Chinese commisTho I Essay dar year 1022." Ho added Julia Hanson Ho mado his way through law school tie sioners appointed to Investigate have Dean. on to givo a little talk. It could not "contemplate suchthat dcluy been found to concur In tho main Paulino Begley, by his remarkable ability ln this called Wo shall long remember her Hecitation wps voted a picture or tho mcinbcra without tho gruvcut apprehension." brave, generous spirit, combining a Vical Duet Ho played in tho Threo-- I points, and Japan Is ready to make , line. For tho simplification of the taxev large concessions toward an amicable npll Fowler and Addio Curry League, Central Association, and be (akon Monday niorning. cheerincss that was contagious, an1 with a resultant "modest reduction," solution. Sena Roberta American Assotilatlon. Ho acted as optimism that never failed, and a Heading ton, Ruth Robbins, Rlssio Oliver, tho secretary first recommended enactcourago that faced both toll and suf- - Dialoguo Grace Rogers scout for two major lcaguo clubs, Mtblo Montgomery, Mary Robe and ment of an amendment authorizing the INDICT 23 IN BIG FAILURE fering without flinching. Sho will Extemporaneous Speeches, Louise, SL Loui3 Browns, and St. Loul? Internal revenue to make a An'la (Joiden, and .Messrs. uugn u, final determinationbureausettlement of Graham, Gladys Kessler, Emma Caidinals. and live again in tho lives or many girh Ollio Ho developed Prrler, Glenn Golden, Austin Erwin, any tax claim or assessment which True Bills Returned Against Men MJorow. Jennio Maud Ballard fAMera, now with Brooklyn, and made stronger and better by her in- -' Howard Robbins, Ralph Wells, B. shall not thereafter be reopened or of Concealing Assets In Bankflucnce, ror sho exemplified her c''"0 Miriam Thomas, Hollochcr of tho Chicago Cubs, He ruptcy Cats In .New Haven. Franklin Gross, B. Franklin Hall, modified by the government except on fuith In God Ih her dally lire. discovered "Konetchy, who is now arid Hovbert Waddle. n showing of fraud. 111 To thoso of us who saw tho won si baseman for Brooklyn. During New Haven. Conn., March 17. InThe particular Importance of this CONVERTS BAPTIZED .derful way in which sho bore her7 charge, the secretary sacl. was that If dictments have been returned against lariro crowd nssemhled In ibo "Is last season he managed and, great suffering, and thq brave, un- - Main Chapel pn Sunday afternoon caught for Green Bay, Wisconsin.! LENORIAN LITERARY SOCIETY men alleged to be connected with the present levies continue and (tounled vspirit with which she wi,ero Rov Howard Hudson, Under tho leadership of a man with Sooiely back taxes along with Ihe current tho (1,000.000 failure of Joseph Welss-inaTho Lenorlan Literary assisted wholesale merchant lo dry goods. faeejl herVheavy trial, her memoryy other Berea workers, baptized 8UC" w,,, experience and ability met in room 70C at 7:30 p.m., Sat-wi- H taxes are collected In the same year, "the result may be highly disastrous It Is understood they are accused of always bo an inspiration and a iiw Academy team hopes to a good program tho to business" In caso of Industrial de- concealing assets of tho bankrupt Afler young people. Most of '""'ng- following officers wero elected: theso wero converU in tho recent 'l'"8" a" opposition. pression. Most of elie defendants are from New o are grateful lo God for her meeting. York and have been witnesses In bankPresident, Lula Owens It was a most imp'ressivo life In our midst, a splendid exam- - service and ono long to bo remem- -l ruptcy hearings. M,ss GOLDEN ENTERTAINS Mory Griffith NEW VERDICT IN I. W. W. CASE pie or gracious womanhood and or a bcred. Saturday evening, March 20tli, Secretary, E. Mao Looko devoted, Christian teacher and, Miss Anita Golderv 33 Center St, Treasurer, Emily Hensley Vlsltlno tabor "Jury" at Armistice 316,800 ARMY IS APPROVED I fr'en(l' Day Trial at Taeona, AVash, .entertained in honor or the dopar- - Corresponding Secrotary, Anna LAWRENCE DUNCAN House of Representatives Patsss tha Says "Not Qulty." Kathaclne S. Bowersox,' ture of Gien Golden, who was going Joo Benson Appropriation Bill by Vote Mrs. Peck. Wipfleld, Tenn., Mar. 17, 1920. to Cleveland, Ohio. Chorister and Yell Master, Koto of 246 to 92. Tacoma, Wash., March 17. A verCommittee for Berca College Wo wish to extend lo all our sin-- 1 The guests played Jolly games Newland dict of "not guilty" woa returned here Focully cero thanks and appreciation for the until ton o'clock, when rorcsh- Chapfaln, Cornelia Grlco Washington, March 10. A peace by the "Jury" appointed by various lakiiidness and sympathy shown us muita wcro served. The parly Sergeant-at-Arms, Ella M. Haga. bor organizations to attend the trial time army of 200,000 enlisted men and ' GOOD WORK OF MARY MERR1TT during tho siokness ond death of our broko up at ten thirty and every at Montesnno, ,Wash.. of ten L W. W. 17.R00 officers was approved by the house of representatives In' passing hvcrybody knows that Berea Co- l- dear son, Lawrence, members charged with murder In conone oxpresscd himself as having had Program for March 37, 1920 lego used to receive colored stu- nection with the Armistice day shoot-lu- ll tbe army appropriation bill by a vote We bellove all possible was done n most delightful evening. Society Song at Centralla, Wash. A statement of 240 to 02. The measure bow dents Just like, the great schools to save his precious life, Those present wero: Misses Joyce Invocation- Cornelia Grlco accompanying tbe "verdict" said M to tin1 senate for oppro'vul. outside tho former slave slates un- Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Duncan. Hosklns, Fae Hay, Maudo Penning- - Hoi! Call ...Quotations from Burns rnttnlmoBs. General College News Fouidatioi SISTER 1 ol 1 ur ,,.. ' re-H- Vlcc-Prealde- ,,,, j e- ; Ycll-mast- er, re na K-s- Sew-Gien- na . ,! j I 1 11 1 1 1- ...... ... y. Ed-T- he M,i.n, Ornml--Duche- ss I ice-crea- a pro-ladieve-usi- es ng. es follow-work-e- Vice-Preside- nt, Vice-Presid- ent, iiu-im- s r i Ab-cus- , n n, van-!urda- y.- Vice-Preside- nt, March 25, J020. THE CITIZEN Ills military book Implied that be had no parents, no close relations, no abo'do. He friends to notify, received no visitors, no letters,, no packages freighted with mnglcnl delight.' Hut to those who pitied him tn all his loneliness ho wns utterly contemptuous; he even went so far as to fillip sidelong to tho floor n religious post enrd tendered hlra by a devout nnd he did and sentimental pnsscr-by- , It In her presence, nnnshnmcd. Lntcr, when a smiling orderly picked up thut post card and tucked It under his pillow ho was no less contemptuous In permitting It to rcmnln. Hut the one stupendous fact which, more than all else combined, mndo him nn object of bewildered curiosity was this that of the scores nnd scores of men with who were reborn at Ncu-Illthat spring and summer, he wns the only one whoiMind never asked for d hend-wouny Pago Three denth. menm NOBODY KW SKHOLTORpir HALL CHAPTER I. ' n mirror. Tills, of Itself, wouldn't . have beo In the beginning of tiling, he wns merely a number; lint even Hint wns creditable, because Ills number wns low enough to signify Hint lie hiid responded pretty promptly to the rallying call. After Hint, nml with the cataclysmic suddeniieiti which mnrked all chnnge of military statin on the western front, ho hecnine, one froity morning, n Cnse, nnd got himself roughly clnltled (nml tenderly hnn died) as a Stretcher1, Cnse, a Grand Illcsse, nnd, In consequence, a proper temporary Inmate of n Held hospital on the UelKhin plains. There, ho was unofllclnlly known a Joyenuz, or Joyous Onoj not hecnne he dlxplnyed n very huoynnt dispositionfur from It I hut because ho belonged to the Foreign legion; and In the course of nnother day or two he was routine-ticketeas an Kvacue. and provided with a lukewnnn bottle and a couple of cigarettes to console him on the rond to the bane honpltal at d hot-watKeu-Illy. At Neullly he. beenme, for tho first time since Ida enlistment, nn Individual, nnd nt tho very outset he was distinguished by certain qualities which had possrd unnoticed In tho frying pun and fire of tho trenches. For one thing, he was obviously Immune to kindness; and for another, he was Immune to hope. He wns a man of Inveterate silence; not the grim silence of fortitude tn suffering (which Is altogether too common a virtue In base hospitals to enrn nny merit), hut rather the dogged reticence of blnck moods nnd chronic wns bitterness. To be wire.i physically difficult to him. Iitjt other men with similar misfortunes spoke blessings with their eyes, and gave back gratitude In voiceless murmurs Not so the Joyous One, From the duy of his nrrlvnl he demanded nothing, desired nothing hut tn brood kiiIIiiiIj Bloof ;.und so, when he becumu an In sH-er- dividual, he nlso beenmc'n mystery to the nursing slnff. It wns rumored that ns nn linplncabto woman hater, he nnd there seemed to be something1' In It. Itegnrdless of the enro of the Amor-len- n nurses (nil hovcrlngly attentive to one of their own, nation who had fought for France), tils spirit remained abysmnl nnd clouded In gloom. Only twice. In tho Initial month of his confinement, did he betray the weakness of nn ordinary emotion; on each occasion n general hnd come to snlute, In the nnme of tho republic, one of the Individual's neighbors, nnd to deliver n bit of bronze which dangled from n ribbon striped red nnd green. It wns said (nnd doubted by those who hndn't seen It) that nt these ceremonies the Individual hnd grown feverish, nnd let tenrs come to his eyes, but subsequently he hnd relapsed Into still greater depths of stoicism "than wns Innobefore; his own cent of cross or medal, and his depression was apparent, nnd acute. The nurses, arguing that perhaps his pride wns wounded as seriously as his flesh, offered quick' condolence and got themselves rebuffed with shrugs of the Individual's shoulders, and Inarticulate sounds which hnd all the earmarks of suppressed profanity. He didn't even often when I'lerre Dutout n hord-hl- t terrltorlnl In tho next bed, squandered a day's supply of energy to lean across and whisper sympathetically to him: "Old man . . . Vleui espece de choux-crout- o I kuow how It Is . . . and I haven't got nny friends either. I want you to take my Croix de Guerre. . . . When I go nowhere." Kven when speech returned to the Individual he wns a man of curt responses nnd stinging monosyllables a problem to the surgeons, a problem to the nurses nnd (If the expression n his eyes mennt anything), nn overj. whelming problem to himself. It appeared that, after all, It wasn't simply women Hint he Imted It wns tho unlgold-tnccbed-Jack- astonishing as long ns bo delayed In the prellmlnnry stnges of recovery, for s now nnd then n man with proves to be but In the second stage It was remarkable, and In tho third stage It wns unique. The stuff held It to be extraordinary from n social ns well ns from a viewpoint. Hint a man so terribly disfigured should have no Interest not even a morbid Interest In his own appearance. And It wasn't that Hie Ihdlvldunl was simply Indifferent to the mirror; on the contrary, his aversion to It was active nnd energetic; ho flinched, nnd motioned It frnntlcnlly a way ns though the mere conception of seeing himself ns others saw him was too repellnnt nnd too unthinkable to endure. There came a day In April when a photograph was requested of htm. Surely he knew where there was a likeness of himself, didn't he? Ills old passport photograph, which had mysteriously disappeared, or The Individual glanced up from his present task; the wound In his nnn wns still annoying and he was absorbed In learning to wrlto with his left hand. "What for?" ho muttered. "Why," snld the nurse, cheerfully, "for n model. To help Hie surgeons. They'll tnke your picture for a guide and make you look almost exnetly the wny you did before." The Individual from America sat up strnlght, so that the nurse was startled by his animation, which was without a parallel In his local htsiory. "What!" he Mid. "Certainly I" The nurse spoke In the tone one uses to an nlllng 'child. "You've known thnt haven't you?" The Individual's voice wns quecrly "You unmanageable nnd strained. mean to sny they're going to mnke mo look the wny . . . Could they do that? Could they? Even now?" "Why, of course," she assured him. "You never told m HiatJ" ,h sn'jl head-woundsupcr-sensltlypath-ologlc- I ... - Bovlctlsm hns submerged every othDoctor Knpp, In the last hours of his reign, made a frantic effort to get Hlndenhurlf to fused. Tho supreme bottle for possession step In nnd tnke hold of the situation, of ncrlln Is on. It begnn nt seven but nothing Is known of the result; at o'clock nt night with a terrific con- any rate, tho field marshal has not yet certed attack hr the Spnrtnclsts, who deemed the hour ripe to take a hand. enptured the rnllwny stntlons of Strnusbcrg nnd Vogelhor. two Berlin PASS 3.5 PER CENT BEER BILL suburbs, nnd nro reported steadily gaining hendwny.' Virtually all Amerl-enn- s Maryland House of Delegates Adopts have token refuge In Hie Amerl-enMeasure Without' Roll Call embassy building. ' The governFormality. ment troops nre stnndlng to In the center of tho city rendy to fight the Md., March 20. The Annnpolls, reds to the denth. It Is estimated Maryland house of delegates, without thnt 300 were killed In the bnttlcs. a roll call ndopted the favorable report The reslgnntlon of the on the Jones 3V4 per cent liquor bill, reglmo enme too late to check the after reaching' an understanding thnt chnos. Nor did the willing off of the Jhc bill will be open to amendments general strike by the Berlin moderates on the third rending. The bill was mnke nny Impression on the red ris- Amended In the open house to ing throughout the industrlnl regions Delegate GnmbrlU's objections, meet nnd of the country. the chnnges were approved by GovReds Control Ruhr District ernor Itltchle. The amendment proTho whole of the Ituhr district Is vides that the measure Is not to go under control of the reds. Essen, Its Into effect unless the United States Sucenter, is the center of their revolt preme court decides thnt such lejjlsla; A soviet hns been established there, Hon is wltliln the power of the states nnd communists nre In possession of to ennct or unless the Supreme court the Krupp guif works nnd ammunition decides the Volstead prohibition en"plnnts. forcement net unconstitutional. Soviets hnve been established In seven big rail centers of Oermnny, "Let Them Make Me Look Like That" Including Stuttgnrt. the Wuerttem-ber- FIRE FAILS TO AWE MANIACS svmntnms hnd subsided . . . rnnlil cnpltnl. where Frledcrlch Ebcrt. It be thnt he nctunlly wns relieved? nftcran empty vTctory over Knpp. Is 1,300 Inmates of Manhattan State Inuumfounued, she made nnother effort trying to form n new government. sane Asylum March Calmly From to convince htm. Burning Theater. The Spnrtnclsts continue utterly to "Hut you wnnt to look Jnu as near Ignore the actions, orders nnd appeals Iv like" of both the old nnd new regime, and New York, Mnrch 20. Without ex"Don't you suppose I know what I nre, fighting to supplant both by t citement or disorder, 1,300 feeble" wnnti he interrupted rudely. soviet republic to embrace nil Oerminded men nnd women lnmntcs of "But haven't you n photograph, any mnny. the Manhnttnn state Insane hospital way, that I can " The Berlin trndo unionists hnve for- on "Word's islnnd rose from the hos"1 warded to Egbert these terms of peace: pital's moving picture, theater In Ore "No, I haven't I" he snapped. haven't." It wns n He! the nnssnnrt 1. Ilcslgnntlon of Gustar Noske as drill formation when fire broke out photograph wns In the lining of a cer minister of defense. There were 0,000 patients qn the Is2. Sentencing of the militarist plottain wnuet, and ne nan mil it mere lnnd, but only 300 new nrrivals showfitr ronsons nf his own. Hnt now thnt ters for hlch trensnn "hlch tuonna ed nny excitement great danger was definitely past, passionately. "Why didn't you? Why couldn't you have told me I And here I've been , . ." He put his hnnds to tils bandaged fnce nnd seemed to shrink within himself. Then nil nt once ho burst out: "Well, there's nothing to prevent . . , Then they could mnke me not look like It. If they wanted to I , Isn't Hint so?" She regarded him In vast perplexity, nnd thought of summoning n surgeon, for the mnn hnd begun to quiver 'ns though from shell shock which ho hndn't undergone. "Why, I don't nnderstnnd whnt you menn," she snld soothingly. "But If you'll Just be cnlm The Individual gestured with fierce Impatience. "If they enn do whnt yon sny, nnd mnke me look like nny old thing they choose to, then whnt In the devil nre Ihey nsklng for n photograph for?" "Why, to go by," she snld helplessly, "You wnnt to look like your old self, don't yoo?" "No. I don't Tho nurse gnsped. nis tone hnd been churlish, but the echo of It vaguely suggested triumph nnd relief. Ills - KAPP FORGED-OUT- ; REDS SEIZE BERLIN Other Big Cities Arc Ruled by the military brigades, Seviet Government. No nmnesty for the militarists. 4. Itetlremcnt of the troops from Berlin. 6. of the trade union In forming n new government Troops Kept In Berlin. Mennwhlle General Von Seeckt has) taken over tho commnnd of trie troops In Berlin. The chief !?. rot-emine- nt trouble-mnker- and" 300 ARE KILLED IN BATTLES General Von Seeckt Takes Command of Troops as the New Reolme Yields to the Radicals Demand Russian Alliance. d r ncrlln, March 18. Spnrtnclsts hnve annlhllnted nn entire bnttnllon of the y Nntlonnl Ounrd nnd enptured n of artillery In tho Huhr 'district Doctor Knpp nskeil the French to mnrch In nnd subdue the red revolt hut tho French military commnnd rebnt-ter- this stronghold of militarism, and what tho next days mny bring forth staggers the Imagination of anyone who knows the temper of the opposing factions. er Issue. flve-dny- were to be withdrawn consequent on Knpp's retirement, but the Hpnrtnjlst nttnek on the city, now In progress. Is expected to keep them here to tho other government troops. Th orders of the Knpp regime were Just being cnnceled nnd telephone and press censorship were about to be lifted when the red nttnek begnn. Now tho civil wnr hns been cnrrled Into the Battle n Knpp-I.uett-wl- g "New York Styles America inrist. and a still further bulwark of protec- uon onered, ir the nurse spoke truth, the Individual could afford to come out from ambush. "And I don't wnnt to look the wny I did before, nnd what's more I nevnr dlil t rtn if n.,p doctors nre half as smart ns they minif they nre let 'era mnke me look like that! Or nnythfng else either i won't give a d nt" Shocked and horrified, she was gar Ing nt a picture nostrnnl h 1m, snatched from under his pillow nnd mrust upon her. It wns n reprodue tlon of n religious painting by Hem hrnndt It was the radiant face of the P The Year of 1920 Will be full of history making news, Presidents will be nominated. The high cost of living wil) be (Continued next week) MANUEL ALLENDESALAZAR The prohibition question will and other questions of equal interest will be settled. be-thrash- ed J a 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 newspapef can cover these questions more thoroughly, bringing to your door the first .complete news of everything that happens day by day. The Lexington Herald JfewYorkStyle OREET it with a Monroe Suit more than any other kind! &aster with with its army of trained correspondents and complete Associated Press wires will give you the news of your county, of the United States and of the World. The Herald's delivery service gives you this information while it is still news. ofCen-trayCentuck- y, the brand New York men buy LsH m Manuel Allendesulurar, uew SpunUh 1 SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER Greet it in true metropolitan style style that befits the day and season; that bespeaks its correctness wherevermen and women gather.. To expire January 11921, by Mail only 2 3 Daily and Sunday Herald Daily Herald..; Blue Grass Farmer , -- a$5fj CHESTNUT STREET SH.KmCANTi Amirlca'i Si) It ttwttr, 500.000 Ktw York m . l N,.rk, tuitil iltmnt CUlktt. kavt sprightly, ambitious youth conservative Wall Street and Fifth Avenue patterns forbusiness men. We alone sell Monroe Clothes in this city. The prices are $40 and up figures that make you real-h-e the buying powers of the 1914 Dollar have come to life again I Smart Broadway models for secretary of state, who was appointed president to the new Spanish ministry. MASARYK $5.70 $4.70 .....$1,08 Fill in this coupdn and mail at once Lexington Herald, , Lexington, Ky. (THE CITIZEN, BEREA, KY.) IS LIFE PRESIDENT .Limited Con- Futurs Executives Year by the Cich stitution. to 14 THE WELCH'S DEPT. STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY Washington. March 17. Dr. Thom as O. Masaryk, first president of tbs republic of will b permitted to continue In office for Ufa, according to the provisions of the national constitution, recenUy adopted at Prague. Provisions of the new constitution, made public by the state department, limit the terms of all future presidents to two successive terms of seven years each. Czecho-Slorakla, Gentlemen: Enclosed find for which please enter my name on your subscription list for the offer Expiring on January 1, 1921. No Name '. Town v ; t. R.F.D. i. Pago Four TllE CITIZEN UNION CHURCH preparing n very Interesting Easter Dr. llulchlns will prench n I'nlm program lo he given at tho regular Sunday sermon in Union Church church service hour so that tho al li:oo o'clock next Sunday. largo number of students who attend church will have tho priviBEREA MAN BUYS HOTEL lege of sharing this entertainment The Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, with us. which is owned by a company composed of capitalists of that city, 1ms MEMORIAL CERTIFICATES sold to John V. Welch, Berea, The American Legion at Borea, and Thomas II. Collins, of Richmond. K, has French Memorial Ccrllll-cnt- es The hotel will conlinuo under tho for tho folowlng persons: management or Rhodus, who RobL W. Hill, Co. L, 18th Inf.; Wilhas leased it for a term of several liam E. Jones, Pvt., Heavy Artily(ars. lery; Everett R. Klrby, Co. D, 7lh Lexington Herald. Inf.; Robert Jenkins, COlh Co, lO'.Uh Depot Brigade MRS. DODGE'S BIRTHDAY These ccrllllcates are lo bo given f i the CELEBRATED nearest relatives of tho Tito birthday of Mrs. LoVnnt soldier. Relatives may got Dortpo was celebrated on March iliem by, applying to or seeing in 17. SI. Patrick's Day, by a dinner person C C Balson, Adj., Post GO. parly Riven in her honor at Uoone American Legion, Berea, Ky. Tavern 'by the Misses Allcoif. Doug las and Abhie 8. Morrow. Beside BOY SCOUTS IN BEREA Hip hostesses thcro wero present as The llrst meeting of the Boy L'liests Professor and Mrs. Dodire. Scouts for Hie beginning of llioj Mesdames R L. Hanson and Jennie fniirlh year of Its existence in Berea' L. Hill, Treasurer and Mrs. Osborne, Marled In as a rousing good meeting! Miss Jean Cameron, Mr. arid Miss w 'Hi a great deal of enthusiasm. Wo I'.urpess and Mr. and Mrs. 0. G trust that our Berea friends and, fniefc. sympathizers will understand that the Scout meetings aro educational RED CROSS NEWS nun very instructive. It is sup- Our Red Cross ofllce Is open most plenientary to tho training of tho of the day now as members of the Iniy at homo and nl tho school. It led Cross clas havo (heir regular - very benellcial to tho boy in hours for keeping office. many ways. Above everything Your Secretary is not always in pe. it is practical and useful. now her regular hours, 2, since We bad what is calloir a woodHip odlce is open so much, calls craft meeting. Each hoy gave n may be left. She sometimes has of some bird or aniurgent calls lo make in town and mal without mentioning Hie namo can hardly get back a3 early as 10 nnd (hen ho would call upon other o'clock. ln.ys lo name the bird or animal ho Wo hope to establish a bureau of had just dosoribed. employment. Holp us that wo may Thus was ifdllowml by a litllo help you. Wo havc some regis- business in preparation for next tered willi us now, so you, house- Saturday night's meeting. Then wo keepers, needing help for .your t.ad a game 'of wholesome baskct-Iml- l, prfng work will do well to call the in which (he true spirit of ofDce. i'iirljmnnship is advocated and Ami one of our Berea teachers enforced. This was folhns contributed to other chapters low ed by a few gymnasllo stunts; thru The Lako Division News by dually adjourning in a businessRomombor our next strno of her Junior Red Cross like way. work. Wp will be glad when all meet Ing. Saturday night al 0:30 p. Hip teaehers realize they need thefr m., at Uie laiternaoio. school organized lo help Ibcm do The Boy Scouts of Berea. their work, and why not under the nanio and regulations of the-- largest Classified Advertisements organization in (he world, .and one that has a gloriou.s name aftor nil these years of service? FOR SALE Wc are looking lo Hip Junior Red Cross lo Barred Plymouth Hocks, pure bred. help us develop homemakcrs, ono $1.00 a setting. T. A. Edwards, 0. Phono 43, of tho greatest needs of loday. March 25, 1920. We Specialize Millinery House Only in Hats Save Time and Money When you deal with this strong Hank you receive the most efficient service, enabling you to save both time and money in the handling of your affairs. As a member of tho Federal Reserve System, we are in a position to serve you promptly antlho your complete satisfaction. No time is lost in nced-- v 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 hats. We make a study of Millinery. We honestly desire to sell you the right hat for YOU. aa less delays, because our facilities and connections are complete, and our Federal Reserve membership keeps us always closely in touch with conditions. D6 your banking with this institution which for thirteen years has served this community efficiently and well. Mrs. Laura Jones Chestnut C&. Parkway Sts. BEREA, KY. j Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY , LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES KROM A 10-1- Thu Rev. Elmer E. Gabbard, a graduate of the College Class of '13, Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron was visiting in Berea last week work and repairs of all descriptions and" attending the spring meeting at tho College Blacksmith Shop, n;' Hip Board of Trustees of Berea . Main Street, north of Tho Citizen College. A. E. Bender and family went to ad. Ofllce. Richmond Sunday in their new car to spend the day with Mrs. V. B. Jones, who has been relatives there. quite sick lately, is improving. Liltlo Miss Ohna Bender delightJack Webb and Lloyd Lane , fully entertained a number of her spent the week-en- d home of at tho liltlo friends at a birthday 'party the lalter. al her homo on Center street, last Mrs. Mack Hamilton, of Richmond, afternoon. i visiting her sister, Mrs. Rulher-fi.r- d, Saturday James Heird, a former student of this week. Hip College Department, has been Mr. and Mrs. Schramm, of Cleveland, 0., who have been traveluig visiting in Berea this .week. dim tho South during tho wiuler, Boss Parsons and family moved will slop over al Berea on thfcir last week into the houso recently return' trip and v'sit Mr. and Mrs. owned by A. J. Smith. F. M. Morgan. Mrs. Roscoe Sanders and children, Mrs. R. H. Chrisman and her son, i.f Richmond, aro visiting at the Willie, are suffering with rheuma- - home of Dave Jackson. lism. .Miss Mamie and Billy Black, of Rev. Cunningham and family will rtichmond, drove over in their car niovo into tho new parsonage next (J visjt with ,licir aun(f MrSt J H. week. It is Just now bqing com- - jE(kson, Saturday and Sunday. plvn Galloway and family will ..... . .... Isaacs has , bought prop-W- ill Leonard , i v , , ,. ,n III iiiu weak r.uu in luwu uim expects lo move to same soon. Cunningham has been living. Miss Ethel Harris was married to Mrs. John Ballard and her daugh Kr came from Florida to be near Mr. Falknor, al Richmond, this ' , her son, Johq Walker, who has weclc' , ' - C Towcry and family, of Wc3t bren in the hospital with typhoid. ',avo moved to tho farm of hi? He is improving. Tho funeral of Mrs. Maupin was father, four miles out, on tho Wal-h', at tho Christian Church on laccton. road. Tuesday. Tho service was conduc- jpwis Anderson has bought the ted, by Brother Hudspeth. pilC(. owned by Mr. Towery and Messrs. Coddinglon, Logan and expects to move there this week. KMdd went to Goodloo Pond to flsh Mis3 Anna philips, . 0f Wildic, tho other day Tho fish had been vWlo(, ,,Rr als(cr Bornice who ,3 previously informed of their com- - h sc,00, hprp Fp,(,ny an(, galup ' 'u'' day of last weok. Mr. and Mrs. II II. Allison, of M, Ad0 nilrdoUe( of M( , Vcr. ficod Hope, III., and Mrs. Margaret non ,ms aBcep,w, Ulc a po3iUon Cruser, of Los Angeles. Cal. who s(oro an(J Gabbard of Purk have been spending the winter at M Thomas Walters, a mountain Tampa, Fla., stopped over from FH- of Domino was the guest (ill Monday on their way home, day SG' Fr 1 and visited their noice, Mrs. C. 11. lUi us roUlrne'' f,H)m a missionary Burdetle ' convention at Cynthtana. Best Blacksmithing OAKLAND OWNKIH IIKCUIIILV IIEPOItT ItCTUHNS OF FHOM Is TO X MII.KH fc HtOM T11K OAIXON OK OASOI.1NK AND KltOM K.WO TO MIMM ON TIII13 sin-ugl- TJI18 OAKl. IND SKNSIM.K SIX IS OVr.ltllKAD-VA'lV. WITH T1IK KAMOl'S ( IKlKSKI OWKH OAKLAND KNl.INK ' 3W-S- ,, dd MCTHOniST PHItRril Lat Sunday morning tho pastor-- , inspired by roports beard at .tho Inter-ChurConference, preached a missionary sermon to a full houso. Aftor the sermon, the invitation was givon for Workers, and about fifty went forward. Thorewas also another addition to tho church. Many onjoyed tho evening servioo which was well attended. The pastor preached from tho text "1 am the vine; yo aro the branches." All are invited to attend these Sunday ovming meetings Tho Epworth League topic for Sunday night is "Our Country's .Vced of Christ." Acts 4: 11, 12; Rom. 10: 5. W. S. Jarvis is leader. Services begin at 0:30 instead of 0:15. Next Sunday morning tho pastor will present facts from the Home Survey of the Intcrchurch World Movement. All aro anticipating an interesting and inspiring service. Sunday evening tho prfstor will speak on "Our Salvation,"' continuing tho discussion of the League topic. Members of tho Sunday-scho- ol aro ch Life-Service 12-1- few dozen nloo Cunna Bulbs, at $1.00 a dozen. Mrs. W. T. Lutes. C'w-SBorea, Ky. FOR SALE A O) OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX steadily growing popular it of the Sensible Six among American farmer, is diir, pniMrily, to Une car fr continucapacity of thi Kvtn in thoK ous and economical districts uhcre roadf are unimproved and garage (nciliticn are lew and far btMt-cen- , the Oakland keejw to iu work day after day and month after month, quirtly, It comfortuninterruptodly. able car, excecdinglyrooiny and and because of its lii-- li ratio of Kwer to weight, its action is brisk and responiivu. Only immeniiu manufacturing and a production of unusual magnitude, nuke possible the very moderate price a which it is fold. For Sale On6 Silago Cutter. Col-lehas purchased a much larger one, and has no need for tho smaller size. Offered at a very fair price. Scp Mr. Eugono Houck, al tho ColIv-1- 2 lege Bam. go TI1K well-mad- Wanted Four young mon room-- J ers who would liko a quiet, noat, and olean room for study Near Chapel. Corner Depot and Elipso streets. Mrs. G. E Osborne Lost One of the trusteos of College lost $22.00 on his way1 from the Log Palacu to Boono Tav- em a few daya ago. Finder will bo rewarded on preaenting eamo to IJo- -i com-jHteiitl- y, ia raty-mhn- g; V- - r.a j ToL'RlNOCiil AND KniUMrx IWWf.O.lt. 1'oNTUO.iiiicn. Bursar's Stray office. 1 j havo a stray cow at my barn. Owner may havo same by paying for its keep and for this ' Delbert Neeloy, "ad." Prospect street, Berea, Ky. Cow ,1 Boone Tavern Garage Beren, Ky. Phone 18 ? Ho'll shako DEAN & UERNDON A3 square. your hand and treat you sn Real Estate Agents i Thnugb Qjtafity Economy 7fettetm "The Composite" Blacker StjU of Loni-Wui- a Floyd Jarvls, who has beep vls- iling his brother, W. S Jarvls, has accepted a place in Goodloo's press ing establishment in Richmond. Rev. G.E. Vogel. E. E. Wyatt and II. Muncy attended tho Intcrchurch Conference at Louisville last week, Selden Cary, of Berea College, was in Middlesboro last week on business Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder and children, who havo hail thellu, are nble to bo out again. Mr Wilder i3 bock at his work in Welch's meat market. Mr. Rogers, of Ohio, has bought on "J K." Rlrool ntul hn ;mnvctl his ramlly ,lcrc- l Individuality and Style Combined with quality you will find in Our garments. Our Millinery . Wo aro still soiling Ural Estate, is hard In givo possession of farms now as most farmers havo planned (heir crops, but wo havo a few that wo can still deliver, if sold. Wo have an Exceptionally good bargain of 28 1 acres on pike, two sets of improvements, lino land, in good neighborhood, near church and school. Dcltcr sco us If you wiint something liko this. Another highly Improved plnco, .nice houso nnd barn, about 50 ncres, one-ha- lf mile off pike. Priced to fell quick. but it natf, 0., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. CUitJKid. fi E. Vogol. a practical, tcieotifirall The Composite ii built due that meets the exact retjuire Dayo Parsons was called to incnu cf thousands of men. Being cut on account of tho sickness and two lizei under thru heel and instep it affords a remarkable degree of comfort death of his undo, Tobias Reynolds, to the wearer. and grandfather, W. Reynolds. The Nettleton Composite it a shoe men J. P. Card well and Ed. 0. Cox, of adopt permanently it is always "in season. Jackson, and Mrs. R. C. Francis, of St. Helens, Ky., aro at Boono TavAs-hu- ry Is complete in all the new Spring Ideas. , cS3d&k$3 Wo need more places to sell Drop in at The Bank and list your property with us. Homdon is Just up from tho flu, Was pretty sick I 'twlxt mo and you; Hut you can "bet Ho's up now and So como on now Wo'll soli it this soon as tho sun dries off the ground Horndon will rcsumo his "rambling round." And If a buyer alights In town. Wo'll "catch hlrn" ero ho hits the ground. Wo'll show your land and all tho rest, And sell him what'ho llkca tho best. And If ho lacks n fow round wheels, To closo up big or smaller doals Wo'll shake our rags ond hie and buck, And 'twlxt us wo will cough urn up. So bo your troubles great or amall, Hring them to us and loll ua all. Wo'll show you homes and givo you choice, And when you've X. bought you will rejoice. Come on to Dean & Uerndonl your life," by Hob, F. L. MOORE'S a Trade with us, We'll both make money J.M.Coy!e& Co. Berei, Ky. s for NrmxroM Mn's a.iMiriinTW Worli-- rum. IWr -- ern, being called hero Februory C, to seo their nieco and sister, Miss Brackie Cox, of the Academy Department, who has been very sick. Miss Cox is now Improving. Mrs. Eva Walden back on his Job. and list your land. spring If we can; nut If wo do not place it all, FOR Wo'lf find a buyor by next fall. First CUm Repairing John Dean's still doing "financial chores," AND Ho'll lend you money, or borrow yours. ' Fins List of Jewelry Call at The Bank and see him there; main ST. MEA.KY Jewelry Store ftlnrch 25, 1020. THE CITlEN Psge HENRY fit The Citizen A family N4ipper for all nttr ThutnUy at CONVENT Kr. BURNS PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Principal J. LYMAN true, and inlereetlng BEREA that It right Wfetfrn Nrwapaprr Union Newa flrnrlca Wllkenlwrre, IVnn. One mm Is dead mill nine of the Wllkeslmrre Hoiim( of tin. Order of Mercy were burned or Injured serlotitdy when lire destroyed a convent In width they wen? living. I.os Is JlfiO.OOO which Is covered by Insiirnnro. Mother Thereon died its' n result of burns, and the conditio.! of n number of others Is crlttenl. A few Jumped from thlrtl-Morwindows ami eMupod death narrowly. Oilier denthn limy result from the fire, pliyNli'liins Hiiy. Firemen wived two by Hiimnllng lire nets, n ml the full of oie vns broken by two men who attempted to intch her before sho lrm. PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) WM, G. FROST, rdMor-lnhU- I J. O. UIIMAN, M.n.nm Editor Subscription Rates 1'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE , ,h5 60 On. Yf.r mi Monin. t Thrr Month. t0 Th d.t. "tr mmr on .how. to what dat your ttilwrrlptlon ii paid. If It la nnt ehiruM within thrra wrfk. flr rrnawal notify Mlaalnir numlirra will Ik gladly aiipiillnl . ar nntirtnl. Sml mrnr if I'wtuftV or Kiprtt. Onlrr. Draft. Krrlittrrd letter, nr one rtnt tumpi. your ml two Mont lbl u.. If on 1 Jtirral trrma rlrrntnanr whooltaln nw auti rrlntloni forua. Any una avndime ua four yrarly ran rw-.i- e or l M Ultltrn Ir. uirnnuon. smirk the piuement. wen- - overeome Three others Adrrrtltlng ratra on appllr atlon. THE QOSPEL ACCORDING TO YOU You aro writing a Gospel, A chapter each day. Hy dce'l. thai you do, s Hy words Dial you nay. Men road what yon wrllc, Whether faithless or trim, Sayt What I the Onsp'l According lo Youl LOOK BEfORE YOU GO. Possibly the country is going on .llio rock, hut some farts about th country an keeping in mintl when one is tempted to Jump over Hoard. Twelve million of us have monoy in the savings hank. Six million families among us own our own homes without mortgage and llweo million otlmr families aro paying off Hie mortgage cheer iiy. Twenty million hoys and girls go (o school right along. Wo have whoaten broad and little moat to eat; wo have a lot mora domestic order than domestic disorder; wo have holler homes and more of them lo the thousand in habitants than any other country wo have our own rhurchos which we control ourselves churches as good ns wo aro and helping us to lie better; wc havo moro honest families and fower unfathered chll dren limn any other country that professes to nonor family life. This roun'-- j needs many change." befun it will be Iruly llio -- Ond'n munlry" we somolimos rail It. Hut what imbecility or worso it would Jf' iw tfV.dump overboard all wo havo ' rHhaaihoua of seeing a.JCi T J.uBlejn rise out of Uio wavi -Ep worth Herald xwichs WILD CAT SCHEME following slalomont comes fr Kin a promoter up in Canada: "I am in Orillia for a few days for Hie purpose of interesting a few en lerprislng rilizous in a very worthy lnisiness proposition. Yours is one of tlie six names that have been submitted to rue. Wo proposo organizing a company lo operate a cat farm or ranch on the Sovom River ndjacenl lo Gloucester Pool. We havo an option on 1,000 aoros lliore. This silo has been selected becauso of Us superior facilities for bathing the cats. To start with, we will col l&ct, say about 1,000,000 cats easily. Each cat, will average about twelvo kittens per year. Tho skins will average about 30c. each, (black one 7Cc.) making our rovonuo, about $10,000.00 per daj gross. A man can frkln thirty cats per day for $2.00, ll will take about !00 men to operate tho ranch, thoief. re, tho net prol't will be SU.KOO.OO per day. We w'l feed the cats on iats, and will star! A rat will ;i ml ranch netf door. multiply four times as quickly as a nil. If wc start willi 1,000,000 rats, we will, therefor.-- , havo four rats d day for each cat, which is plenty. We will feed the nils on tho carcasses of tho cut fromy which tho ""ins havo be(jn tiiVcn, giving oa'dj rat a fourth of n cat. Tho business will bo and nuto malic all tho way through. Tho cats will rat tho nils, and tho rats will eat tho cats. Wo will got (ho skins anil cat lurkoy." A by Miiiike mid nro III from the effects of their experleneu, The orlgjmitloii of tin? fire Is unknown, though the belief Is Hint crowd wires mny June started the bkir.e. Tin building uus a stone nnil --"concrete strurtlire, three ntorles high, slltintei! on South Wnshlligton Ntreet, directly opposite St. Mnry'H Church, where hundreiN were lit ninss. Sixty-fou- r nuns were residents o the convent, hut eight of tlieno were out on iiiIkkIoii when thu II ro Klnrleil The hlewd snerament was saved by Slxter t'Hlmlr, who was In the cluipel. which wun cut on hy Ilnmes. Slie took the Hicrcmcnt In her nrms, cllmbei; 'tlirvugh n window ami clung to the ledgo until llrcuien reached her. As tla hung to the window nnil wnltcd .for the llremeu Itev. .1. J. Ciirran psstor of M. Mary's riiurch., stood bif- low and snouted words of encourago- ineilt. SlNtcrs who nre In the hospital lire Sinter Gregory, Sinter Julln, S1h ter ?ertmde, Sister Agnes, Sister Xlivler ami Sinter Fellclta. l'dlco re celved a call from South street, whero n man mimed Patrick (trailer had fall en dead. The jKillce patrol driver and tour men were hcnt out. Tliey wern about to roturil when Deteclhe ltlne hart saw Miioke coming from the con vent building. He Immediately turned In an alarm. The fire had gnlned headway In the cellar nnd had work ed up through the walls nnd stair ways of the convent lie Co re tho nuns. who were lmy at tfmlr various duties ami In their room learned of the blaze. Play Ground Committee or tho j Progress Club, all movnblo parts of( the community playground equiplaaW SlwE Ja!aaaBaflaaaBa7 ment were stored in tho basement of tho public school building. Tho equipment is to bo reinstalled on publio school grounds. Tho committee desires lo give tho widest use of tho equipment con- sistenl with safety. Tho club asks that nono of tho material ho used except tinder regular authorized supervision. Miss Martha Dean was given an ovation when she visited chapel tho other morning. Wo all roJoiQo with her many friends for tho rcstora-- l lion of health. Notwithstanding the epidemic of 'contagious diseases tho attendance and enrollment nro record. One I year ago today attendanco was 214;' tulay it is 26Tj. Enrollment one I Henry J Lyman, cue of the Ha year ngo wag 340; today it is t0. The senior hoys of the school havo wnlliui delegation which has Just visited Washington, Is one of the moit oigani.ed a baseball leant. Patrons and friends aro cordially Interesting visitors the capital has had In many months. Is the duke of invited to visit school. Just pull Knpoho, descended, He nccordlllg to trndb the latch string on any door. Hon, , from missionaries on the one Mrs. C. E. Campbell gave a splenside anil the god "Tele" (lire) on tho did paper at teachers' meeting this other. week on tho "Art of Questioning." Our teachers want to havo a part to our shores. Thus lias America in tho great monument to bo erect- become the meeting place and the ed in Franco to celebrate tho two school of Hie races of the world. great victories of tho Marne. The teachers nre receiving from Washington this week certificates MANY WEALTHY IN ILLINOIS of classes 'organized in "Thrift." In Chi When floliinson Hospital begins 8even Hundred nd Thirty-Oncago District Pay Taxes on Over the physical examination of pupils $1,000,000 Incomes. nt the public school, let everybody give it a boost. Chicago, Mnrch 10. Evidence Hint Sixtli Grade Honor Roll for the Chlcngo district Is fertile territory seventh month: Susie Hobinson, for tho growth of big Incomes Is ltobort Ledford, Alia Gaines, Mary shown In tho department of Internal revenue v'onPa,,)n. which lists .11 Guines, Ltician Adams. more $1,000.0000 Incomes this year npf-sltile Tho school lunch closes after Ihjs wtck. The lunch ns usual has been conducted with great success. Mrs. V. O. Host nnd her corps of help ers desorvo spcclnl credit for this' community enterprise. In December, hy direction of tho! Building Season Is Here STEPHENS & MUNCY are well stocked with all kinds of building materials. Several carloads have just arrived and more are coming I Lumber of all kinds, Bricks. Sewer Tiles, Iron and Rubber Roofings, Asphalt Shingles, Lime, Cement, Nails, Hardware, Screens and Wire, Full line of Paints and Varnishes, Etc., Etc. A universal woodworker has been purchased and will soon be installed and run by electricity. No matter what you want to build STEPHENS & MUNCY Can supply your needs visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Burns Inst week. J. T. Cornelison and wife were Silver Creek visitors Sun- dayMr. and Mrs. Charlie Evans were dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs John McKcehan Sunday last. Dewey Powell and wifo wcro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ilcndrix Saturday night and Sunday. J. D. and Mary "N'cely were guesls of Etta IU.rns Saturday night, Mrs ,H. K. McKcehan spent Wednesday afternoon witli Mrs. Ada Cornelison. Mrs. Zack I'ccly is on tho sick list. Mrs. Tom Ocss was tho gucst'ol Mrs. Jalia Creckmoro Thursday. .1 L. Hignite, ivlio has been sick so long, is slowly improving. Big Hill Big Hill, March 22 Sowing and burning tobacco beds keeps tho farmers busy at present. Mr. and Mrs. Davo itceco sold their property and went to Ohio lo locate this year. Mrs. Margaret Iceco sold her .farm to Jeff Neely and went witli her son, Dave, to OhloJamcs Cruso and family aro moving to Alexander, a forClear CrecK-Jo- o mer resident here, who has been in Ohio for tho past year, has returned and is recovering Trom a long siell of sickness. ell nnil family spent Sunday with Ills falher-in-laMr. Lane. Mls3 Mao Stinn and' sister, of near Win w, chester, spent tho Mrs. Mary Hill. ROCKCASTLE week-en- d with COD NTT Cohwij Conway, March 22. Farmers aro very busy this week sowing oats' and preparing their ground for corn and tobacco crops. They aro badly behind with their work, The influenza is still raging here. Henry Iluckerl- family arc nearly all down with it. James Taylor and son, Arthur, aro baling hay for I. M. Bailey. Miss Virgio Wynn of Berea visited her uncle, J. L. Wynn of Conway, last week. Mrs. Ger-tru- do Rice is at Barbourvlllo vlsit-i- rg her brother, Everett Bailey, who is in school there. Sunday-schoat Fairvicw has been closed for tho past month on account of influenza. Grandma Wynn is slowly improving. Joo Bailey is in Jackson County this week looking after his farm, On Saturday, March 20, Rosa, daughter of the fourteen-year-o- ld Mr. and Mrs. William Webb, died or pneumonia She fever. in Fairvicw cemetery Sunday afternoon. The Rov. Smith con- ductedj the service. ol was-burie- Assolast The figures show that 731 persons In MAINTAIN ROAD AFTER BUILT ciation at tho school house, Miss the district, which Includes nil the terFairchild presented a set of resolu ritory between the north state boundary and I'eorla, now pay taxes on InImproper Methods Have Placed Eco tions drawn up by tho teachers. Parent-Teachers' At tho thnn Inst. nomlcal Types in Disrepute, Says Colorado Expert. I'rof. H. H. House of the Colorado Agricultural Collego Is a llrm believer lir the Importance of maintaining a rond after it Is built. He supplies the following, taken from The Hnglnecr-Ing mid say of It "It Is so truo and hltx the null so squarely News-Hocor- that J quotf It direct": "The tendency hi road Improvement Is to nelect types of roads which rerpi're very little amiiml uialtitcnnnco. The general feeling among laymen necins to lit- - that when a road xurfoce rispilres some nnnunl mnlntcnunce to keep It In good xhapo. it Ih an Cxpsu Klve type nnd nIiouIi) be nvoliled. Yet, If the interest on Investment mid the repairs nre taken Into consideration. the cheaper wenrlng surface may In many enses prove to be thu more satisfactory and economical. "It Ih not uncommon to see roads of n good type constructed nnd then lifter they begin to show signs of wear. to see them neglected entln-l- or some method of repair or maintenance liu PommI which has been found by long practice to be defective. When wc see mud holes In earth roads Mini with riprap, crushed stone or cinders. It Is not the englneer-'- fault that an enormous price Is paid for the repair material ; the road engineer knows that proper drnlnage, nnd repairing with earth from the side of tho road, nre the economical methods of mainte nance. 'Old gravel nnd macadam rOnds are often repaired by tilling nits mid de pressions with Inferior material that ny trattic or ih reauuy displaced ground to dust. Illtumlnous surfaces are often patched. If patched nt all, with loos stone or gravel, and In some cases' willi 'concrete. Tn n number of streets nnd roads recently Inspected, brick was used to patch concrete nnd concrete Used to patch brick s stir-face- s, After they wcro read and discussed, it was decided that tho teachers be present at the meeting of trustees nnd present tho resolution to them. llio meeting was held on Saturday night and thu trustees agreed to raiso tho teachers' salaries next year to eighty dollars. Besides tho incroaso in salary they want better equipment and sanitation. THE WOMAN'S CLUB comes of $1,000,000 or more. The Increase, olllclals Mild, Is the biggest In this district of any In the country. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from Page Eloht) h?" The Tho Baptist Church hospitably opened .its doors to tho Club on March 17lh. Our hostesses gave tho cozy rooms an atmosphcro of spring by decorations of growing, blossom ing plants of gorgeous color, and welcomed each of us by tho bo- fdou'a! of n spray of shamrock witli whioh wo bedecked ourselves. Mrs. Godby read n thoughtful pa llet' upon "'America's Rank Among Nations " Sho observed bow our country lias led the world in democratic ideas and republican instl- Li.tiims from tho landing of tho Pilgrims to tho hour when our bravo men went "over seas" to light, and die "to make the world safo for democracy.'' AbYM Mrs. Godby gavo Christianity tho placo of honor In . effecting tho change. Jesus, who himself belonged to tho "common people," laiJglil tho principles of democracy. and they aro gradually permeating the minds of all peoples. Sho cited tho fact that from 1820 to 1010 moro than twenty-fiv-e mil- lions of foreigners found thoir way Wade Shiblelt and family, who for tho 'two years, have moved back to his grandfather's old homo near ld hero The child of Mis. Eva Richardson is very sick. We aro sorry lo learn of tho death of James A. Fry, who diod a few days ago, at his homo near Xoland. lie was a member of tho Daptist Church at that placo, and a good, citizen, and will bo greatly missed by all who knew him. Jicvo been residing in Ohio three-year-o. Blue Lick nitio Lick. March 24 Tho sickness and road conditions Jiavo hindered tho Sunday-schoo- l, but tlio regular scrvico will bo held next Sunday, A full attendanco Is de sired. Eobtown Bobtown, March 20. On account of inllucnza, Brother Cornet failod at Pilot lo fill his appointment Knob on the second Sunday. family, who havo influenza, are belter. n. L. Ambroso gave tho young pcoplo a singing Wcdnosday nil-li- t E. P. BcngOfand family aro visiting relatives in Jackson over Snulay. Miss Bertha Steward, of Grassv Snrinirs. is visitlnc her nunt. Mrs. Xannio Bonee Mr. and Mrs. James Benge, of Ilichmond, wcro' Jonah-Alcorn'- Kingston ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mrs. Joe Kingston,, March 22. Cooksburg Cookshurg, March 23. Wo aro Terrill has' opened up a ladies ready-to-weand millinery shop having lots of sickness around here. C. L. Thomas and family liavo in our town. Undo Bill Morris ha3 sold his property here to George been down with tho flu for nearly Moody for the sum of $30(Wlich-nr- d tbreo weeks and all aro better. Golden is moving to Big Hill. Willis Singleton nnd son, Thomas, He has sojd bis farm hero to Geo. aro down with tho flu, but somo Mrs. Lewis BrandenHamilton. belter now. Mrs. Alox Allen, who burg and children, of Richmond, has been down so long, is no better. and Mr. and Mrs. EarL Kimberlain, Tho littlo son of Elmer Mullins, of Dreyfus, wcro dinner guests of who broke his arm, is getting along Mrs. Ray Mainous Sunday. Mr. and well. vat, Mrs. Aroh Hamilton visited i, lMeas Evans' Sunday afternoon.! WORLD NEWS K fagt One) (Continued Trom Charlie Mullins, of Paint Lick, andj two little girls havo come tomako her governmental affairs and her their homo witli his sister, Mrs. ideas of liberty. Sho rclains ono Mary Hill. His wifo died recently.) conservative feature, however, in Friends hero wefo much pleased the multiple voting privilege given to seo Ellis Peters homo from tho to Ihoso who havo wealth and eduCollego Hospital, af,ter a serious cation. Such persons may have spell of sickness. Lawrence Pow- - moro than ono vote ar '! ng surfaces. "When careless methods of this kind nre applied to the maintenance of public highways, the result Is that a good typo of road Is made to nppenr unsatisfactory and uneconomical, und road Improvement Is discouraged THE PRICE GETS THE GOODS We are Paying Top Prices for Eggs, Poultry, Hides and Junk That's why we are the Largest Produce House in Berea Get our prices before selling elsewhere. Once a customer, always a customer "A square deal and top prices', is our motto. . EDITH ROBERTS Edith Roberts, daughter of John Roberta, of Major, was born March 0, 1809, and departed Ibis lifo March 2, 1020. Sbo Joined tho church when (pillo young and remained a faithful member and an Miss l, earnest worker in notwithstanding her delicato health. She had been from early childhood Sunday-schoo- particularly the chenper types of Im provement, which In most localities nre tho best If properly maintained. It Is the utter neglect of maintenance and tho many Improper methods of rcpulr that have molded public sentiment ngiiln.it types of ronds requiring maintenance, and have led road promoters and olllclals to disregard many economical types." an-nu- nlllfcted with nervous troublo, and though sho suffered inlonsely during llio last weeks of her life, sho never murmured or complained. During her sickness sho had several intervals of unconsciousness, after which sho would describe tho glories of Heaven so beautifully that wo were niado to wonder if her spirit had not been permitted a glimpse of the great Beyond. Sho buves of friends and relatives. . A Friend. ' 0RRECT ENGLISH HOW TO.USE IT A Monthly Magazine $2.50 The Year BEREA PRODUCE COMPANY V Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy to Usdcr Odd Fellow's Hall on Chestnut Street J. F. WALFER, Manager CORRECT ENGLISH PUB. CO. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS Pago Six THE CITIZEN BIG I mm March 25, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special PRODUCTION OF BUTTER Investigator To ens e Amount Meet Domestic Ksi Made Doet Net ' DRIED HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science AND THEIR USE3 dish, as lin or iron may Impart an Mary Strunk unpleasant flavor lo fruits and also Prunes, apricots, pcachos, apples, give an ttndcsirablo color. dales, raisins, currants and figs aro When buying, select clean fruits, our common field fruits. When rulhor wrinkled Ihnn plump. If Ihoy fresh, Ihoy contain from 80 lo 00 nro very plump, they may havo been water. This Is reduced in drying soaked lo mako llicm heavier. lo nearly 20. In order lo reproTho simplest way of serving dried duce Iho fruits, somo water must fruits is to servo tho plain slowed bo replaced. So boforo cooking wo frulls which aro very nourishing add warm water and let thorn ard appotizing for breakfast nnd slnnd In It for fifteen lo twenty min- makes a splendid sauco or dessert utes. for Iho other meals of Iho day. Compote of Rice with Peaches Then wash very clean, rubbing veil bolwcon tho hands. Cover with Wash of n cup of rlco, cold water and let aland over night. add one cup boiling water and steam Cook very slowly for two lo six t'litil rlco has absorbed water, then uours in mo samo water in wnion add ono and one-thicup of hot they soak. Add sugar if needed, milk, oih! traspoonful of salt and when fruits aro lender. cup sugar . Cook in Prunes do not rcqulro sugar un- douhlo boiler until rico is soft. less moro water than Is necessary Turn Inlo slightly buttered, round, has been used in cooking. shallow mould. When shapod, ro- If on somo occasion you would mnvo from mould to dish and on lop iiko prunes lo bo unusually nlco, arrange pieces of well cooked dried rrmovo tho stems carefully, and peaches. Pour syrup around mould in their places slip seeded raisins and serve. Apples or apricots may which havo also been soaked and Jn substituted for pcaohos. i pnnllv slmvrw! Prnne Souffle ? Dried fruits in general havo a '4 pound of prunes, most undeserved reputation, becauso L'our tnblespoonfuls sugar, thy aro so seldom well cooked or White of Ihrco eggs, served attractively. lemon Juice. i (ablcspoonful Cook prunes as usual only boll Oflcn wo feel that we cannot af ford lo cook fruits slowly and as julco down. Slono Iho prunes and ltng as they should bo cooked, bo- - cut them fine. Heal tho whiles or cause of tho fuel expenses. A very epps, add lemon Julco and sugar then rcnsonahlo way of getting by that whip in (ho prune. I'ilo tho is using a "flrclcss cook- - Ho in n buttered baking dish arid or." and thero is no good reason brown in a slow oven. Servo with why there should not bo at least a whipped cream or boiled custard. "homcmado'Mlroless cooker In every Raiiln and Hut Sandwiches woman's kitchen. Got Farmors' Bill- Scald raisins and removo seeds, let in 771 for full directions about clioji flno and add lo them an equal making one. quantity of chopped nuta with on- Fruils should always bo cooked nugh leinon Julco to bind. Spread in an cnartiolwaro or an earthenware between slices of bread. Requirements Faetory Product Increase. mUITS pruning grapes remember. that People of Beroa and Others the fruit grows on tho now wood the of tho present soasons growth, Who Are Interested In PrunBEREA NEEDS IT NOW In ing and Spraying I am having the, fol lowing nrliolo published for Iho second time. This nrliclo on prun inj and spraying will givo informa tion lo Bcrba people as well as to farmers. Tho San Joso Scalo Is raging on fiult trees and grapo vines and should he checked by spraying with a strong solution of limo-s- ul lo 6 phur 1 gallon gallons of walor. This should bo dono now and within tho next ten can to fifteen days. be gotten at the drug siorcs. Dollars nro being spent for shrub bery and fruit trees in Derea, but nol a cent for their protection. Every fruit tree, every grapo vino, and all shrubbery should bo sprayed in order lo protect our interest as well as to beautify our Jiomes, town and farms. Hy request last season will not bear again. For this reason grapes should bo cut back very severely In order lo silmulato plenty of now healthy wood growth. Tho fruit is boro near Iho baso and ordinarly ono shr.ol should nol bo allowed to pro duco over four clusters. tPrepnred hy the United Glutei Depart! tnent of Agriculture.) The butter Industry of the United Rtnte. Is so Inrge tlint more tlinn n ton which springs from wood grown tho nf butter win made for every minute, proceeding season. Wood that borb ilny nnl night. Inst year, ncconllng lo rinlfj spe'clnlisn.. Tot 'even tlili enor mous production scarcely niQets do-- J mesne neeiis. The output of factory butter hns In By Miss lime-sulph- ur pound ench ten yenrs since 1SSO. Form huttcr-nsxklnreached Ifs maximum production about 1000. The pres. ent trend Indlcntes thnt It will become n less nnd lesi linportnnt factor In the KENTUCKY FARM LAND VALUES nation's butter supply, being superFarm land values in Konluoky as seded by the factory product. Prnduc Inspection g crensrd npproxlmntely 200,000.000 Iwo-lhlr- ds of a Creamery-th- e Sampling Lime-sulph- ur PRUNING At this season of tho year it becomes imperative that iho man who intends lo produco fruit of even fair quality anil in reasonable quantity or in abundance, turn his attention to Iho correct pruning and spraying of his trees and vines. In view of this fact it is thought seasonablo lo offer a few suggestions on pruning. Why We Prune I. To modify tho vigor of tho plant. 2. To produce fruit that will bo larger and boiler. ' 3. To keep tho tree In proper and continent shape. h. To change tho habit of the treo. 0. To remove superfluous or in- jured parts. 0. To facilitate spraying and harvesting. 7 To train the tree in somo desired form. Pruning Fruit Trees. Pruning is a necessity where good fruit is desired. An unpruned troo can never be oxpcclcd to produco fwiit of high quality. With tho best tilled trees if wo ceaso pruning for a few years tho fruit has a tendency to grow smaller, and lose its color and flavor becauso tho air and sunlight cannot pass through tho Wages for farm labor havo inthick branches. creased greatly in tho last year, Many old orchards have been not only in Kentucky but throughneglected for some time and as a out the United Slates, yet it is still result are choked with water difficult to get satisfactory or adsprouts and dead limbs. equate labor on tho farms. Trees in this condition should not Kentucky farmers this month rebo pruned all in ono year. The port they havo on hand: 30 per ilrst year remove tho suckers, and cent of last year's corn crop.i or whole havo increased approxi mately 11 per cent in tho last year, CINCINNATI MARKETS. according to tho March agriculreport issued by tho Ken- Hay and, Qraln. tural Corn No. 2 white $1.7001.71, No. 3 lucky office of the United Stales $l.(Kff 1.70, Hurcau of Crop Estimates. In tho yellow No. 2 mixed No. 3 yellmv $1,070 1.00,, $l.GOGl.C2, No. 3 same time farm land values in tho mixed $1.00fl.0S, white ear $1,000 United Slates a3 a wholo havo in 1.02, yellow ear $1.0301.05. creased approximately 20 per cent. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $.1lft Tho increaso in Kentucky ha$ 37.75, clover mixed $310.18, clover $37 040.75. been greatest in tho tobacco proOnts No. 2 white D0H?$-1.01No. 3 ducing sections, amounting ,in many wnite No. 2 mixed OSO speculation and instances lo wild AO. ;i if, if use. inflation in tho richest Blue Gras3 Butter, Egg and Poultry. counties, and lo very great in- flutter Whole milk creamery extras vc, seconds GOjfcc, fan nrsis ct cases in tho richer sections of cy dairy COc. Western Kentucky. Kbps-K- xtra firsts 43c, firsts 42c. or Good plow lands and improved dinary llrst s lie. fa.ms in both Kentucky and tho Live Poultry Fowls 4i lbs ami entire United Statc3 show not only over ii,c, under I'A lbs 37c, roostgreater increaso in value in dollars ers 22c, ducks, while. 4 lbs nnd over, per aero than docs poor plow land A)c, -iieu mrKeys, a ids and over 30c. Live Stock. or unimproved farm land, but also , Citttlc Steers, greater percentages of in- 013, fulrto pood gliod to choice $11.50 show $0.50011. 50, common creaso in value per acre. to fair $700.50,; heifers, Rood to Since March 1, 1919, good plow choice $10.5001.50, fair to good $8.50 010.50, common to fair $u.5O0S.5t; land in Kntucky has increased cows, gitod to choice $J)0 10.50, fair to from an avcrago prico of $80.00 to good $7.5000, runners $1.5005.25: $i5.00; poor plow land from $37.00 stock steers $0.50010.50, stock heifers 10 12.00; avcrago of all plow land $0,500 S.50. Pulves f!ood to choice SOJVfi"1 from $01.00 to $70.00; average of all rfalr to good $14020.50, common nnd improved farm land from $81.00 to larRe ?uyi;i. Hops Selected $85.00; and tho avcrago of all heavy shippers farm land from $01.00 lo $15.50010.25, Rood to choice packer butchers $10.25010.50, medium $UC0 5V52.00 an acre. 010.75, common to choice henvv fat During the same time average sows-$013, light shippers $15.75010, land values for the United Stales as pigs (110 lbs and It's.-,- ) $10011. a wholo havo increased as follows: good plow land increased from an average of $91.83 to $113.31; poor plow land from S5V.26 to $60.76; average prico of nil plow land from $7i.31 to $90.01; improved farm lt.nd from $81.89 lo $99.21; and unimproved farm land from $02.08 to Butter. rd wc, !,), tlon'flr faTlory "Wrtter 'In The United Hlntes shows "h more rapid general upward trend thnn Is observed In nny foreign country from which dependable butter figures hnvc been obtained. The number of such countries, how-ve- r Is relatively small. Production of rennvnted butter In the United State Is declining. This condition evidently results from reduced supplies of low. quality fa.in butter, the chief product from which renovated butter Is made. OFFICIAL TEST FIXES VALUE Dairy Cow Not Measured by Her PedMust Ba igree or Appearance Able to Produce. The time Is unmistakably pnsscd wheu n dairy cow Is measured entirely by her pedigree or her nppenrnnce. Tho oUlclal test of production Is the fnctor thnt fixes her vnluc. Naturally Mie must hnvc type nnd Individuality, but unless she Is ntilo to produce she will not bo keenly sought In the advertising columns nor In the lale ring. BOVINE HEADACHE one-four- th j Souf-objecti- on POWDERS Would Have Big Sale If Cow Could Tell How They Feel Fresh Air Costs Nothing. powders It nine bendnchc would have n big sale. If tne cows could tell bow they feel nfter being shut up' overnlRht In n room thnt Incks vent! Kres.h nlr costs nothing bul tho trouble of letting it Into tho stable The Splendid 52 - Acre Farm of Robert A. Lawrence 'Subdivided .. nntf which hnro not !oen dfnInfecTed, properly. l?e of community pasture in which 1 tuhrrrulon cnttlo aro allowed to Different Meant by Which Malady-Ma-y graze. Be Introduced Into Healthy Herd In most cnc the ontwnn! rpprnr of Dairy Cows. nnce of the nnlrnnt bear no relntlan to the degrve of Infection. The dis(Prepared by th United States Dpa " ment of Agriculture ease frefpicntly develop t.o nlowly Hint Tjipcrculnsl mny be Introduced Into In noinw cne It mhy be months, or n healthy herd by nnp of the following' even Tonper, before any symptoms nro mentis: shown; therefore be on the knfe side Addition nf an jinlinnl thnt Ik In- nnd have your herd tested. fected with the- - disease. AnlmnU should be ptirchnced from herd Known to be free from" tuberculoma or from HITCHCOCK FOR WET PLANK HOW TUBERCULOSIS SPREADS At Public Auction On Premises at Gilbert's Creek sourco of firewood. seven-rqoImprovements consists of a nice residence, two porches with cpnerete floors, good cejlar, tobacco-barn and "all necessary outbuildings, orchard, cistern, Horseradish Is a profitable crop to ' grow If one can prepare the grated well, etc. tool. article and sell It to retail customers. Unpruned, unsprayed and unculAll of this farm is practically bottom land as rich as aro not money In this way the entire profits remain tivated orchards with the grower. The preparing nnd cream. No better tobacco, hemp and corn land anywhere. makers. bottling may be done during the winTho orchard is not a profitable ter when outside work Is at a in clover. 17 acres all of tho dead wood and the most objectionable crossing branches. Tho second season more of tho unnec cssary crossing branches may bo cut out. After this a light pruning each year will do. Pruno regulary, not spasmodically. Head in young tfecs, thin out old trees. Pruno during tho dormant season. Prune close; do not leavo stubs. Taint all largo wounds. Keep tho treo free from suckers. Do not allow slock to pruno your 20,700,000 Jnisliol3, compared to 37 trees. Water sprouts are the- too heavy pruning. An axe or hatchet is not a pruning 1918 crop, or 33,070,-00- 0 bushels on hand March 1, 1919; 11 per cent of last year's wheat crop, or 1,323,000 bushels, com pared to 10 per cent, or 1,213,000 bushels on hand a year ago from the 1918 crop; 25 per cent of their lest year's oats crop, .or 2,475,000 bushels, compared lo 27 per cent. or 2,592,000 bushels on hand March 1. 1919 and 20 .percent of their 1919 barley crop, or 20,000 bushels, compared to 12 percent of Iho larger 1918 crop, or 20,000 that was on result of farms March 1, 1919. per cent of tho Wednesday, March 31, at 10:30, Rain or Shine As agents of Robert A. Lawrence, we will on the above date sell for the "High Dollar" without reserve or bybid a lot of personality and his cracker-jac- k little farm of 52 acres, . . cnlves with mill; orother dairy products .from tuberculous row. Thl frequently occur. where the owner purehnye mixed milk from the crenmery and feM It to ! enlve without first making It nafo by boiling or paKtrurlzntlon. Cnreles showing of cattle nt fnlr d and exhibition. Itepnrt have that numerous herd hnve he roine Infected through mingling with tllened cattle nt how or by occupying Infected premle. Shipment of nnlmnls In enw which hnve recently carried dUeoseiL cnUlt Feeding trull-rate- herds under xtiervlIo!i for the of the dlhenoe. ernill-ratio- n Senate Minority Leader Locka Horn With William Jennings Oryan on Prohibition. Mnrch 20. Senntor Washington, Hitchcock, the minority lender In tho acnttte. hns locked horn with William Jennings Itrynn on prohibition ns a campaign Issue. The Nebraska Senator Is In fnvor of n plnnk In the Dem- ocratic plntfonn declnrlng for legislation permitting the tnnnufnctnre nnd sale of light wine nmt beer. Senator llltrhcock's announcement wns mnile In the form of n telegrnm to former (5v. A, r. Shnllenbetrer of Nebraska. Located at uuuerts ureeK in uncoin county, six miles In splendid from Stanford, three miles from Lancaster. of JUST us tho school children giftFranca to tho gave for their country's neighborhood, on L. & N. R. R. Flag station right at resiUnited States the Statue of Liberty dence and store and post office at place. so will American school children1 two-story, m MARNE MEMORIAL POSTER LVsr aT contribute "one cent, nnd upwnrd" for "America's Olft to Frnncc," n monustntuu by Frederick Muc- mental Monnles, tho noted American sculptor. Is contributing bis Sir. MacMonnle services towurd the monument which, H Is estimated, will cost $2.7,000. Tho poster, shown herewith, Is by Albert Sterner, noted American portrait painter. It typifies tho tribute which this country will pay to the French through the Mnrne monument Tho poster will bo dUplayed In cltle. towns, nnd villages, and will dcsjgnntn many of tho places where contribution! may bo mndu during tho werk of otTering, In March 22 a frvo-wll- l which numbers of contributors, rather than size of contributions, will be sought from school children and others. Contributions ure now being received at Nutlonal Ilendauarters, ISO Nassau street, New York, bj Churlea II. Sabln, president of one of New York's largest trust companies, who la treus-are- r of tbe fund. Tha meuiorlul will bo erected at t ''if aaC-- ? THE NEW United States Disc Separator "The "U. S." always gives delight, Because it separates Just right." The new perfected nnd simplified, Bowl with interchangeable discs, self-adjusti- ng Think what it means at this Immediate possession. time of year. Tobacco bed already sown. This farm will be offered in two tracts. 25 acres with all improvements and 27 acres ol unimproved land and then as a whole. This js a dandy, place. Mr. Investor, don't let and a this opportunity pass you by. She is a money-make- r splendid investment. It will be an Absolute This little farm is a "Peach." Sale and remember YOU say what it is worth. bBb BaaBBatf , BBllllliBBaaaBE9K Pretty New York School Qlrl Helps Spread Appeal for Pennies for "America's Gift to France." Meaux, on the llarne, and will rival In site and grandeur of design tbe Statue of Liberty. with the all enclosed medium sized machine, smoothing harrow, roller, large box, coaloil stove, gears, automatically oiled by the oil splosh system, the simple speed crosscut saw, 3 leather halters, water tank, platform scales, indicator bell, sanitary frame hemp scales, lot of lumber, bale of barbed wire brand new, one-piec- Will Also Sell the. Following Personality easy running, easier cleaned nnd closest skimming, together Corn Sheller, double-shovplows, 1 set plow gears, mowing el Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment and Service at Lowest Colt, Wards (or Men and for Women. Private Koomi. llathi, Klectrlc Service. Sun-Parlo- e' and numerous other notable nnd patented features make the New United States Separator tbe Best Separator from any vigy point today. All interested dairymen ure invited to a free demonstration and leuru'all about this "just right" sepurator. Come and Sea etc. Give this farm a look. It will bear the closest inspectMr. Lawion. The more you lookthe more you will bid. rence will take pleasure ift showing it to you. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For fall particulars see, write or phone, Surgery, Car ta Child-birth- , GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE 1 a friend In need, Come in and vlilt an eitabllthment, which and in reach of alt the people. " 1 9 R. H. CHRISMAN res, Kentucky su Hughes v& McCarty Stanford, Ky. - Rob but II. Cowlky, M.D., Physician Harlan Dudlky, M.I)., 1'hyilclan Mahuaket S. Grant, M. 1)., Physician Miss Mary Lonoackc, R.N., Superintendent Julsi nexus MILLER, K.N., Head Nurse. CHANGE IN RATES licglnnlng March I, the rates for board and room of private patients wltl be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for in the wards will remain the same ft per day, lly Order of Prudential Committee, Uerea College March 25, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Svm iMrtevEB umroiN imimitm Soiled Feet in the Master's Hands. By UKV. GRORGK SJNMTSOI00L Uj 15 T.clnr of Kngll.h IIILIt In lh Hllil. Institute of Chlcno. rpHM, IIH Wt.i.fn Nw.pp.f LESSON FOR APRIL EASTER LE8SON. LK88ON A HUM. Lesson rll4AAlii.lt, u CURRENT I D. D Uoodr UntfilO GUILLE IMbU KiUmlon Ifepartmnnl llautlr minima, nicaco aoLDBN TKXT-Oug- ht not Chrlit to Jiv uirrrnl lht tlilnnn, nd to ntr Into Ma Womli-rfu- l Klory?-I.ii- THXT- - Lukn 2i ke TOPIC'-T- Jie THXT After that he poureth water Into a tmaln, and began to wash the feet, am! to wife them with the towel wherewith ha waa clrdetl. John U:S. ALLOTMENT DIVISION WILL BE ABLE TO CLOSE ITS DOORS IN A SHORT TIME. CONFLICT American OF NAVAL VIEWS I'ltlMAUV tt.ii. Walk. Jl'NIOIt TOPIC? Tlid Va!U In INTKIIMKIMATK AND BKNIOIl TOPIC Thy Proof That Jraus Itoae From tha Btory of YOUNO PKOPl.K AND ADULT TOPIC -- Tim Knct and tlx Meaning of the hearts. 2. The disciples' answer (vv. Though surprised that there should lie o single limn In the routines of Jerusalem tmnciualnted with the things which lmdjvcently come io pass, they "poke fully nnd freely of what they liud rommuncd'about. (I) It was concerning Jesus of Nazareth (v. Id). This Jesus was mighty In word and deed before God nnd the people. (2) Delivered, condemned ami crucified hy the chief prlcxls (v. 20). (3) Shattered hopes of' the disciples (v. 21). They had reposed their hopo In lilm as the Redeemer of Israel. (4) Tho Their bewilderment (vv. story of the women concerning the empty sepulchre reminded them, of Christ's words that he would arl'O cm the third dny. A new hoK) seemed to tie arising In their hearts, yet they were too timid to take their stand up on It. Jesus expounding the Scrip He chides . tures to thmti (vv. them for their unbelief of the prophetic Scriptures (v. 25). What sorrow nnd perplexity they would havo es caped hud they helleved what God had showed them that recorded 1 what had happened was exactly whnt the Scriptures had foretold concerning the Messiah nnd thnt It hehooved Christ thus to suffer and to enter Into Ids glory. III. The Lord Reveals Himself (vr. 22-21- Two Dliclplei Journeying to (vv. KMO). 1. Who they were, One was Clcopa v 18) j Mini., think the oilier was Luke, wWe modesty forbade lilm to give his mime; Imt It 'J not definitely known. Why (hoy were going wo car. only conjecture; perhaps they were only wulklug awny from Jerusalem to relieve their jinxlety nntl ilrown" their Borrow. The ordeal through which they hud left them somewhat dunned; they ncedud the physical exertion anil quiet of the country to cnlin their nerve. They were mid (ee r. 17). 2. Whnt they tulkeil about (v. 14). 'All tl'e tiliiK which had happened." oiiiuiKe unit nunueriui tilings nun taken pluce mid they could not hut commune together concerning them. 3. Jexus Joins them (vv. 15. 10). It wiii while they communed toKther nnd rcnuoucd iihout Jesus thnt he nppenred to them. Me never leave ttiosc lu douht who sincerely seek the light; he prom1eM to meet even with two or three who gather In hi nnme (Mitt. 28 :'J0. Those gathered In his name lnWe their heart towurd' lilm In love, nnd their talk Is. concerning lilm. If we would have Jesus dntw near to us more frequently then let us more frequently commune together concerning him. II. The Conversation on the Way. (vv. 1. Xtmi' question (v. 17). Though he wns a stranger to them IiIh question provoke resentment ; tliere did n must have hevn something In his manner mid tone which unlocked their I. Em-ma- (e pa-e- () 25-27- Jus 28-35- ). 1. Nenrlng tho end of the Journey (vv. 28, 2lt). lie made as though ho would go further, hut they constrained him to abide with them. It would have been u great loss to them If he hnd not been "constrained." 2. Kilting together at the table (vv. 30. 31). Ills blessing of tho bread and breaking It were so familiar that they knew him. Then, too. they may have seen the nnllprlnts In his hands while he broke the bread. They now knew for a certainty Hint the Lord whom they had mourned as dead was alive nnd In their very presence. If we had eyes to percelvo we could see Jesus dully walking and talking with us. What a different Hfo would tie ours If we would hut see him t ). 3. The disciples convinced (vv. They at once returned to Jerusalem nnd reported to tho eleven 'whnt things were done nnd how the Lord hnd revealed himself to them In the breaking of the bread. They exclaimed, "Tho Lord Is risen Indeed I" May Christ come (o every believer on this Raster nccnslnn In such a way that may know beyond the pemdventure Xouht thnt he Is really ullvel Reaching the Top. ' misery It Is by attempting to reach the f.op by a single leap mat so mucn Is produced . In tho world. Cobhctt. Keep Straight On, The way to heaven: Turn to tbt rght and keep straight on. Bourgeon. Be Wise. Be wiser thnfi other peoplo If yoa run, but do not tell them so. Karl )f Chesterfield. describes It. "Now very durable. By JAME8 P. HORNADAY. before tho feast sfnllslatc Shinclcs nro Washington. The government Is be of the I'nssover. furnished in red or preen when Jesus knew ginning to see dnyllght In Its financial crushed slate surface. i? that his jour was dealings with the 4,000,000 men who and attractive. No come he entered the world war. Within n short thnt p painting or other should depart out time the allotment division of tin wnr of this world unto risk burenu will be reudy to close Its expense. the Kntlicr, hnv-lu- ooors. win, the passing of thnt acRoll Roofings arc furloved his own uviiy me government's financial renished iti talc, mica, pebble wcro In the sponsibility to the service men will be which and crushed slate surface world, he loved tnrough the Insurance agreements It and your choice of several unto the lias made with them. Issuanco of the them weights. Insurance policies for tho permanent end." The wash-In(converted) government life Insurance, of the disciConsult us about ples' feet was lu which are desired by all the men who your root. view of his going to the Kntlicr, nnd nre Insured, hns been delayed pending the completion of leglslntlon which lu a love that cannot cljange. 'Jesus knowing that the Kathcr had now hns been passed. Tho new poll given all things Into his hnntls, nnd cles are now being completed by the PHone BEREA, KY. ,. that h( wns come from Ood nnd went actuarial and legal experts nnd sent to . to Ood; he rlselh from supper." Oh, the government printing office, nnd It requirements. Airplane enrriers represent Ihluk of It! These nre the hands that is expected thnt they will bo mailed defense. n new type' on our program, although "III not shrink from taking our soiled out beforo June 1 With the Insurance business of the Great Ilrltaln has bad specially-buil- t feet lu them to put awny their stnln. burenu on a current bnsls It Is now vessels for that purpose for some It wns the I'asover supper, tli. .ype of his death. He must anticipated tiiut former service meu time. It li regarded ns one of the rle from the dend to go hack to God. who hnve been deterred from keeping most Importnnt fentures of the pro- nnd no special anointing M the eye tip their Insurance, by renson of the granv Busy Time for Politicians. Is required to sec In this rising from delays which they had experienced In Tho nntlonnl political convention supper n figure of his resurrection the handling of their accounts, will tnke ndvnutnge of tho liberal provl season Is now less than three months from the dend. slnns for the reinstatement of wnr risk nwn,- -. The Intervening period will be The scene thnt follows Is tho shadInsurance by tho payment of two n busy season for tho politicians. Most owing forth of bis present service there monthly premiums nnd n satisfactory of tho delegates will be chosen during In the presence of the Kathcr where lie.' Statement of health and will get back the months of April and May. While girded Servnnt of our need, the on the books. thnt work Is going on the party lenders ns Advocate on account of our will be trying to arrive at conclusions Attractive Features of New Law. sins. This Is cmphnslzcd by the Lord's The new law has made the Insur ns to the Important declarations of the words to I'etcr:' "What I do thou kinwest not now; but thou shnlt know ance more attractive by enlarging flie platforms. The people the voter's have n lieiiellclurles to In herenfter;" and his Inter words to the list t, larger opportunity this year-- than ever ye what I Have done clude parent, grandparent, twelve: "Know can unto your Certainly Peter and the purcut through adoption, wife or hus to express their views In regard to stntes, through band, child, grandchild, stepchild, didates. Twenty-on- e rest knew what ho had done. If tho wnMitng of their feet were nil nn.l 'ad ndopted child, brother, sister, .half' presidential preference pr'lmnry laws. brother, brother through nffnrd voters this opportunity. This no significance other than humility. H adoption, TO WALK sUter through adoption, list of stntes. together with the date V. r And when Peter cries out gnlnst stepbrother, stepsister, uncle, aunt. of the primary and the number or him : "Thou shnlt never wash my nephew, niece, brother-in-law- , sister delegates the state Is entitled to have feet." he Is met with this nnswer: "If u person who has stood In the In the convention, Is ns follows: I wnsh thee not. thou hast no ,iart New Hampshire, March 0 (already - v.' with me." It Is not. "If you do not relation of n parent to the Insured period of one year or moro prior held). 8; North Dakota, Jlnrch 1U wash yourself," but "If I wash tlleV for a 10; South Dnkotn, not," It Is not I'eter's sense of need, to the Insured s enlistment or Indue- (nlready held), Mlchlgun, April 5. 30; Finish your floors with Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h, yours and mine, thnt lends the tlon, the children of such person,pnr- March 23. 10; not ent, grandparent, or par New York. April C, 85; Wisconsin, Mrd to serve lilm niyj us, 'out his own the combined This superior 13, 93; sense oi our neeti. t'etcr could aot ent through adoption of tho Insured's AprUr8, 20; Illinois., .April product not only makes floors lustrous and beautiwife or huKhand. Nebraska, April 20, 10; Mtntonn. wnsh nwny sin, nor enn I. There Is ful, but it also wears. It Is nlso. anticipated thnt the pro- April 23, 8; Massachusetts, April 27, dries with a tough, One nlone who cnn. And because I nm united to him, he must do It, for he vision of the new law which permits 35; California, May 4. 20; Indlnnn, elastic film that makes the best possible surface would be put to everlasting shume If lump sum payments at thc'iitlon of May 4. 30; Pennsylvania, May IB, 7u; for floors subj'ect to severe wear andvusage. he nllowed the slightest stain to re the Insured or converted policies (or- Vermont. May 21, 8; Oregon. May 25. life, 10; Texas, May 25, 23; West Vir main for nn Instnnt njion the poorest dinary life, twenty-paymeHanna's Lustro-Finis- h can be supplied in eight life, twenty-yea- r endowginia, May 'A 10; KJorlda, Juno s, a member of his mystical body. ment, thirty-yea- r natural wood colors. It's excellent not only for endowment, and enFairly Represent the Nation. He does not say, "No pnrt In me,' dowment nt nge sixty-two- ) will greatstates that have floors, but also for furniture, woodwork and the These twenty-on- e hut "with me." "In Christ" Is the ly Incrense the number of conversions .opened the way for tho voter to ex thousand and tone smallfinishing purposes about or every Into the perrannent forms uncuniicngcnitie positmn presgovernof press n direct preference tor tne C hrlstlan, nnd It Is because, we nre In the home. ment life Insurance. idential nominee wilt be represented him thnt he Is o concerned about lis, Hqw to Obtain Reinstatement In each convention by a total of nearly Hut with Christ Is 'ellowshlp. and that SOLD BY Moreover, the Many of the sendee men, It seems, six hundred delegates. this may be m .itnlned. nnd restored not know how tp go about making stntes are so located geographically when broken, he must see to tho to cleansing from tho defilement of our nn application for reinstatement of as to represent In n most satisfactory war risk Insurance. The wur risk bu- wnv the country ns n wnole. Stntes practical ways. The twenty-thirlike New York, Pennsylvania, New Jerverse of the chnpter reveals what that reau offers this advice: See demonstration at their store March 25, 16, 27 "Kormer service men desiring to re- sey and Mnssnchusetts speak for Uie "pnrt with" him Is: "Now there wns instate war risk Insurance which has Industrial Knst; stntes llko Indiana, leaning on Jesus' bosom one of his MainStreet Bereft, Kentucky disciples whom Jesus loved." The lapsed or been canceled, or to convert Illinois, Ohio and Michigan will voice In case where It Is now Uie. sentiment of tho Industrial and mention of thnt disciple's nnme hero their Insurance would have spoiled the wliolo story, In force, should apply to any post of inrrleulturnl Midwest, whllo the Da Rival Gangs Clash In Restaurant. Newark, N. J. Two gangs of for he Is but the representative of the American Legion, the Veterans of kotas will reveal the sentiment of the " them all. as verse ono Jeclarcs I'orelgtwWnrs, or other organizations agricultural Northwest, nnd Cnllfornla clashed In a restaurant and "Having loved his own ho loved of former servlc men, nrmy, navy nnd nnd Oregon will retlect tho views of when tho smoke cleared nvay tho them unto the end." This Is tho holy murine corps, recruiting stations, state the l'aclllc const. leader of euch faction was found to any home Intimacy to which ho Invites and wel Insurance commissioners, It seems reasonably certain now be dead, and another man, said to havo section of tho American Hed that no candldnte will go Into cither been a participant, was taken to a service comes nil his own. Cross, Salvation Army, Knights of Co- of the party conventions with prestlgo hospital In a serjous condition. EnPeter then goes to tho other treme, "Not mj feet only, but nlso my lumbus, Jewish Welfnre board, V.. M, enough to Insure htm the nomination, mity between gangs captulned respecA., or to tho fraternal or welfore At tho present moment tho greater In- tively by Arturo I'apnlardo and Patsy hnmls nnd my bend." And to this C. the Lord replies: "Ho thnt Is washed organizations which are' In a position terest centers In tho Republican con llenenanjo, lias existed for some time, needcth not save to wash his feet, but to furnish blanks nnd necessary Infor- vention, which ts to meet In Chicago, according to the police. ISenennnto and Is clean every whit." Hero are two mation. Or, If they prefer to do so. June 8, probnbly because It comes his brother, the police say, were on U will find a Inahead of tho Democratic convention, their wny homo when they saw I'upal-urd- o different words for ""wash" whose slg. they should write directly to tho opportunities for seated with 'flvo other men lu tho nltlcance Is not brought nut In the surance division, burenu of war risk Hecent weeks hnve not brought nny beautifying your home with changes worth noting In tho field of restaurant. They entered and the translation. The first means "to Insurance, Washington. D. O.'' Pee Gee R E - N U - L A C . A Kormer service men nre assured Republican candidates. Tho avowed tiring began. Walts, mirrors nnd winbathe" and the second "to rinse." He chair or table that does not Is bathed, with tho "washing of thnt they will ho answered promptly ns revealed by the ofllclal dows of the restaurant were punc candidates, thnt match the rest of the furregeneration" Is clenn every whit. It from now on with real letters. Instead applications they have made for con- - tured with bullet holes, and the pollco can be transof with form paragraphs or unsatis- slderhJon In the presidential prefer found six revolvers on the lloor. The any desired Is the Judicial cleansing that his blood formed factory form letters, In all cases which, ence primary states, are: color with one coat of accomplishes onco for nil. Tho cleans restaurant employes disclaimed all require detailed nnd specific answers. Ing cffcctcl In tho new birth Is not reknowledge of how the llylit sturted. Leonard Wood, the, country-a- t Strides of great Importance to the ln 'n. Governor Krunk O. Lowden, of peated. Now, for tho saint, It Is "tho of former service men nnd wnshlng of wnter by tho word." He millions Churches to Fight Reds. IlhV Senator Wnrren O. Harding, Washington. died to mnko us clean. He lives to tneir relatives and Deneiicc More than $10,000,000 Senator Hiram W. Johnson, of Oh keep us clenn. We nro miuhj as clean been made townrd bringing tho Insur- of Callty and Senator Miles I'oln will be expended In the near future by us' his precious blood can mnko us. ance business of the bureau to an ab- dexter, of Vashlngton. Against his Protestant churches In a campaign Wo are kept as clean as tho wnter In solutely current basis In the prompt wishes Itepi Ucan friends of Herbert against tho dissemination of red doc Ills basin and the towel In tits hands answering of mull and acknowledg This combined Stain and this country. Auuounce- havei Ved application of can- trines In ment of premiums paid. TIH records Hoover Varnish produces the finest can keep us. Tho feet nro tho sym didacy as a Itepubllctin Ip a few states, uivut was mndo here by (ho National of accumulated work disposed of show results on any Wood Work. bol of our walk, and It Is In our walk Committee, of which forbut the former food administrator conRequires no skill to apply. here on earth that wo become defiled, conclusively such an enormous and tinues to Insist that he Is not tq bo re- mer Secretary of State UQbert lea needing Ids gracious ministry, our distinctive Improvement In tho expe- garded as a candidate. P Caa R1VNULAC comaa la all sing Is honorary chairman, that a powaUat tnm lSe up. Mad Im 20 oiled feet In his blessed hands, where diting of the business that It Is beOn the Democratic side the candi- erful alliance hud been formed be lieved Unit, within the. next month the Natural Wod a4 Eaarnal Colon. the responsibility becomes his. "Tho dates are beginning to appear In spite tween a score of denomlnatloual SUrar. WKiti, CoU underlying Imagery," says Doctor Sco- - Insurance division will bo giving ns of fact that President Wilson con- church organizations to tight, the, lied the field, "ts of an oriental returning from rapid and accurate service as do any tinues to remain silent with respect menace, representing 70 per cent ot, Aak (or Fret Celer Card tho public baths to his house. His feet efficiently managed organizations In to his Intentions as to a third term. tho Protestant organizations. PEASLEE.GAULBERT CO. would contract defilement nnd require commercial life. Gov. Edward I. Kdwnrds of New JeriNcoaroAiao Opinions as to Navy Dlff r. cleansing, but not tils body. So tho House Flooded and Traffic, Halted. MMufsctaiMt; LOUUVBU.KY. The two houses of congress will sey and Attorney General A. Mitchell believer Is cleansed as beforo t'le 'iw Havana, Cuba. A heavy downpour I'ulmer of Pennsylvania are now avowfrom all sin 'once for all,' but needs have to Iron out many conflict ed candidates, and William G, McAdoo of ruin, accompanied by a hailstorm of Welck'a Dept. Ster ever to bring his dally sins tq the Fa- ing views In regard to the naval building program that, Is. to be of New York, former secretary of ths unprecedented violence, swept this ther In confession." treasury, Is also regarded as a candi- city, 'Hooding houses Id several of the Ky. provided for In this session's naval appropriation bill. In ono camp are date, although be tins not In a formal lower sections of the city, paralyzing' Recognizing Our Neighbor. the big navy men, In unqther tho little way announced the fuct. Herbert street car trulllc for nearly two hours, Hoover continues to enter luto the and causing numerous tnluor accidents. bo wholly In love with navy men, and In between Is a camp Democratic calculations. Without his Thci. Spanish liner Cadiz was carried Wi cannot made up of senators and representahigh qualities If we full to recognise consent, he Is being entered as a can- from her moorings by the gale, but them In others. When we cannot re- tives who favor a middle ground didate In some of the primary states. timely assistance saved her from damWashington, March be course. joice In tho good deed of our neighbor age. The secThere wero Indications during the Governor Kdwnrds Is seeking the 10 years, Is hailstorm, the urst here la (nation of Dralnbridgo Colby because It ts his there Is something to have been the heav said hearings that, If the committee recom- nomination on a iilutform favoring the retary of state was confirmed, late wrong with our hoarti. iest and Uie hall stones the largwt al prohibition. overthrow of mends authorization of any new ship today by tho Senate. ever seeu Non-fadinup-kecg g bnttle-cnilser, scout-cruiser- s, I This lowly nnd significant servlre of the Snvlor must be Interpreted In the light of the opening word of the chapter that Experts Do Not Consider the Battleship Obsolete, but Recogof nize Fully the Great Importance Aviation In Naval Warfare. of the 1010 nutborlzntlnn of' 12 destroyers In favor of construction of five or six of the larger 2,0D0 ton ' typo of destroyer with speed of 95 ' knots. Thcro inny he reluctance also In ngreelng to construction of 10 scout ' cruisers, although the argument made by tho general board In thnt respect wns regarded ns convincing from i mllltnry point of view. So far ns cdn ccrns bnttlesblps, our nnvnl experts do not believe them to be rendered! obsolcto by developments In aircraft'' warfare nnd In methods of attack by i torpedoes and mines. Battleships Not Obsolete. i According to the expert view, none of the experiments thnt hnve been . mndo In aviation and nothing that tha experience gained In the wnr hns demonstrated Justifies relegation of( tho battleship to the Junk pile. This, Is nsserted, too, by officers that have' tho greatest respect for aviation nnd the greatest faith In Its development, nnd who see In It ono of the greatest factors: In naval warfare with Its possibilities as nn agency of offense and course. Unquestionably the big navy men have n strong argument In favor of their contention In tho unsettled condition of world affairs. Two battleships, one ten five destroyers of the flotilla type, three experimental submarines, (wo nlrplahe-crulserone destroyer-tende- r were and one subuiarlne-tende- r by the naval general recommended board as the building program necessary for the navy to keep pace with ccllntlon s, at nil this year, It will be Inclined to modify the general bonrd program such as substitution of one airplane-carrie- r r for n nnd cnn. battle-cruise- n roofslnnd between you find clnntrcr- would sparks from a fire on cither side' ignite your roof? OF.S place Cnrcy Roll Hoofing. and Asfallslatc Shingles m Class "C" approved for lowest insurance rates. Iirsurnncc companies They nre spark-proo- f, in- expensive, easy to lay and toonf6 BP Stephens & Muncy well-know- n step-pnren- half-siste- 'Dj v step-pare- stain-and-varnis- h. It thirty-pay- ment d ARNETT BROTHERS "fiun-men- ... yourself YO great nishings into Inter-Churc- h leru, -- 22-T- u sp? here. Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN oiinB folks n social Inst Saturday dren, many relatives nnd friends night Farmers In this part are. Mrs. Bud Halo died Sjmday mornvery busy now. ing, Mnreh 7(h, of llu, nnd wns burSingle Comb Rhode Inland Reds led Tuesday morning. Tho eldest son. Aloe, who was in Mlddlclown. OWSLEV COUNTY One seating -.. $1.50 In lots of 50 Sturgeon 0, arrived n few hours beforo the Two settings 2.75 In lots of 100 7.00 Sturgeon. March H. Wilson liiirial. she leaves her father, bus No cofTMpotHf n puMIhd unli limed In fall br the writer. Th nm Special pens, per setting $3.00 Brewer's family nro nil Improving band nnd nine children, the young pWlnty. n vlJmc of rorl faith. Wrt ( not for publication, but Send in your orders early to the County Agent, Bercn, Ky. with tho measles, except their liltlo est helng only four weeks old. Tho girl Bonnie, who is very poorly children of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson Berea Rhode Island Red Poultry Association wishes to both couples Morris have been so low with Wilson's family who County News Todd nnd Leslie Pruitto spent Sat- J. T. confined to their bods withhnvo Judd, who improving except one. Bcrca, Kentucky been tho llu. nro nil urday night nnd Sunday in Lex- tin nro slowly Improving. Crawford, of LinTho Mr. nnd Mrs. N'lck "HELP PAINT EASTERN KENTUCKY RED." ington with David Todd, who Is at- Ihreo youngest children of Clay net, were summoned to her pnrents, Gray Hawk Arthur tending sdiool there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brewer, deceased, loft March 10, ac- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Judil, Mnrch and ' geo" can bo Gray Hawk, March 15. heard on every -- Mrs. Joe Lewis is, very ill with tho Ilnycs and Leonard Hayes have gono W. 0, Wynn and Mrs. A. B. Wynn companied by their uncle, Sherman 8lh. Carl nnd Hubert Flnnery, of sido. llu. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Cox on- to Turkey Fool to work- - Born to visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Rogers Brewer, for tho Masonic Orphans' Hamilton, 0., came homo to wnit and family nt lied House, Monday. Home, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Mclvin mi their folks who had tho tin- j lerlatned a few of their relattvos Mr. nml Mrs. Thomas Sandlin a flno Willi n nice dinner recently. Thoso Bennett Itoope left Monday for Pryso has moved to Hamilton. Ohio, Mrs. W. G. Dooley nnd liltlo daughSllvor Creek girl. Dr. Godby is tho physician. Detroit to bring back a Baby Grand where her husband is employed. flno. spent yesterday Silver Crook. Mnrch 22. Mrs. present wero: Tlios. Kindred and ter. Voniii Brown, Molher nnd child nro doing family. Rollio Cox and family, nnd The doctor is very busy now with roadster Miss Luetic Lackey, of Mr. and Mrs. S. G, Rico and Mrs. with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Chnrlio Baker has been spending a week-en- d guest of Mory Wilson visited row days In this community. Ruth """ "ix and ramily Emery following Lancaster, was n nt Jnekson. sick folks his many patients, The has about recovered from I" liter's liouso and its contents woro Wilson Brewer's Sunday afteraro on tho sick list: Henry Fields' Mrs. Henry Conn Miss Ethel small-po- x or Lancaster, spent tho week- noon; H. C. Spcnco has recently Cam Neeloy's baby has' burned while tho family was away, family, J. B. Bingham's family, Jerry Travelers Rest Tho family of M. A. Logsdon nro Mr. nnd Mrs. R. N. moved bis snw mill to Fravis whero Travelers Rest, March 22. Farmer's ramily, J. D. Hoblnson'a end With her homo folks here The pneumonia. family, Lewis Banta's family. Rico Hire Woods spent Monday in bo will saw ties and lumber. Tho largest lido of tho season In Stur- Mitchell, or Cincinnati, nnd Mrs. F.- l- couvnleseenl rroni tho Influenza. ' oil rig moved to Endeo has recently geon came Friday. Born to Mrnand Ion Milchetl. of Boron, spent Tlmrs- - Joil,,8 Gnmpboll has bought out his Isaacs', and Stella Boglcy and her tin tor. and now Mrs. J. F. Mareiim. tho lCth, n boy. dnv willi Mr. nnd Mrs. w. a Jnlm. pnrlnor, Yvilgus begun'opcrallon. baby. School Is closed on account ownership of tho saw nnd VnnWinklo filled his reg- - 1,!IS His name is William Virgil Born 'son-R- ev. of sickness. Tho teacher's health GARRARD COUNTY M improving. In view of theso con lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Bccknoll, ulnr nppointment Saturday and Sun Prlsl tt""' Earnestvllla , White Lick baby of Hawk nro dllions the peoplo of Gray The Mm cli SUli, n girl. Jler nnmo is day. The narncslville, Mnrch 15. and White Lick, March 22-- Mr. glad that Dr. Godby came when ho Mrs. G. G. dentil nnpel visited tho homo of Mrs. I dith Misses Mne and Gora Gab-lu- Mr. and Mrs. Less Gibson, of Lancns Harts Soltlemont Hnunshell visited her wf-rdid. It is reported that J. F. Hayes Kiln Moore last week and look her dinner guests of Flora tor, wns burled in tho Silvor Crook Harts Settlement, March 22 Ind hf loved husband and daughtor home. Botner. Sunday. Misses Grace. and cemetery March 1st. has bought out D. M. Ward's farm Everybody around In our neighl..n"d L "ckl- - Jennings Mozicrvis- - They both left a sweet testimony llolhi'l Cecil wero dinner guests of nnd Mr. Ward will seek another ell- - Sunday. Mrs. borhood is planning to do a lot of nmfn nn nnrMinf it Ills tilfAa fnltinr Coyle farming this season. ono that they wero willing and ready Mrs. W. P. Minlcr Sunday Jnmes In every go. Mrs Mooro is very ill with Jnekson. of Heron, traveling sales Coyle, March 22 Tho farmorsnro lmnoh of men. ono can hear their . ,' ,. , , , dav last week. Miss Maup e Wil lo pneumonia. Charley Jackson, of mnn for Lexington Dry Goods Co., busy sowing tobacco bed, There conversation s on farming, nnd " 'e t'clJ'no ) turned from Hamilton. Ohio, to care Ky., and Mrs. Sarah Warren, ha been stopping nt 'Undo Ben was an enlortalnmenl at Speedwell ' eedi one telling what he is planning Robinson Ionia, Pauit Lick, . , of Hamilton, Ohio wcro called to Bolner's sinco Thursday. Mestlamcs grnded school . . . . , for Mrs. A. I. Prultt, who raised her. ,. T last Friday night. A m rnlso Misses Ella and Nora i cult iu uuniiyu last inuioua uigui Mrs. Jas.lri.rner nnd Cynthia and Emma nnd wcro married. They wcro ac the bedside of their molher, Mrs. Buigoin Botner. Connard Mainous, large rrnwtl was present GARRARD COUNTY companlcd by Miss Tholma Robin-n- n Malinda Jackson, also their sister, Hiinp D.iiley, Elizabeth Ramoy vis- - I'owell is very poorly Mr. and Mrs. Cyle made a visit, Sunday ovcnlng Mrs. Moor9 who arc very ill Miss ifed nt the home of J. F. Marcum Milan! Edwards and Mr. and Mrs lo see Paint Lick Miss Nellie nnd Kntao Lako. nnd Paul Spillman. Wo wish Ida Bowman has returned from Rn- - Thursday. Briscoo and Clyde Luther Witt were the guests of Mr. lim Shearor spent Sunday night Paint Lick. March 23. Miss Amola the young married couple a long where she, has been cm-K- it are planning logo lo Hamilton, nnd Mrs. Joe Todd last Sunday. wllh Sam Robinson-- W. B. Lako Rtmsoy and Blaine IXridgo were nnd happy life Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal-l- er ployed. Mrs. Silas Simpson is fi.. tho coming week. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Candls Hendrlx is wiih honif is doing harbor work In Boroa married in Jeffersonville last week. Viars, who lived in Bcrea, George V s. Brewer were dinner guosts rolks this week, her mother being Oni Sunday-sohois progressing Miss Maggio Wilson and Thursn.cved into tho house with Mr. and still very low with flu. Jackson, of Scovillo visited his o' F. F. ami K. K. McCollum, Sun-I- t. in poor health. Clinton and Lucille nirely with A. B. Strong as our ton Robinson were married last Mrs. James Roberts Inst week. Mr. Sunday. C. T. Gabbard's en y. I'owell wero In Bcrea visiting last Superintendent ami teacher. Every-Polurtl- ay Saliirday. We extend our best and Mrs. Henry Green gavo tho mother tertained a largo crowd of noighborg nnd Sunday Mrs. Park like Mr. Slrong In nil his and friends to dinner Sunday. MADISON COUNTY Dinney, while out driving, was wrrkNolllo Lake, who has hnd Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Begloy .Walnut Meadow thrown rroni her buggj and scrl lensllilis. is a little bolter. Mr. and a flno boy March 15. Miss Mae Walnut Meadow, March 23. Mr. ously hurt. .Mrs. W. M. Anderson visited homo- . Gnbbard visited C. D. Gabbard's Mon Clemmons and family, of Jackson folks, Sunday. Mrs. T. J. Coylo was day Mrs. Lucy Brandenburg who O't'iity. came Sunday to visit their Panola rolled to Cartersvlllo p seo her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Stewart. Sathas had tho flu, is improving. Panola, March 22 Tho farmers daughter. Mrs. Crit Robinson, who Mr. Tilfont Creech's baby has been urday night, there were bells ring- are busy sowing tobacco beds, nnd is sick-JaMcQueen, who has very ill. ing, guns tiring, voices yelling, mid plewing. Work has boon greatly hud pneumonia, Is better, i proved to be an old luno chari-a- n niarded on noeount of Urn bad, Returns to its before-the-wa- r Scovillo when Thurston Robinson nnd weal her. Tho families of J. B. Kin-- 1 Tanola high standard of quality Krovilte. March 2d. The flu pa- -i Ins bride came to his grandmother's died, and Oc Cnrr aro recovering, panola. March 13. TJioro aro rnls are gelling along very well Mis. Hannah Shockley's. Luther ff in the Infl.icnzn.-Clare- nco Bengo Vernl ense.s of flu and measles in N very sick at Ibis lime not V. had the flu -- Friends regret to, this seel ion. -- M. new rases. Undo Abrais i"W. London's folks and r ham Rowland died March 17 of flu al le lo go lo school. The scrape of of the deaths of Dawson Elliot ,i Mdnlnsh s folks have measles, Ilr leaves a wife and several did- - lh harrow and the loud 'whoa' nml Fountain Scarborough from flu.! (Continued on Pago Five) East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else EGGS FOR HATCHING .... .... Jackson Car-Hur- ris ' 11 i ml SSL 'ei, ,f Oli-vrn- ol In-tl- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour I mes Once Tried Always Used h'-n- 1 1 Only 6 More Sale Days Remain in Big March Sale ' Have you been in the throng that have visited our store during our Big March Sale? Hundreds of people in the county have taken advantage of the big reductions on Furniture which has been thrown into this sale unreservedly, and have saved anywhere from 10 to 20 per cent on their purchases. This has been a busy month at our store, and we have sent many customers out smiling over the savings we have given them. There still' remain six more shopping day6 in March in which you have the opportunity of securing the same bargains that have characterized this sale since it started the first of the month. We have advertised our reductions in the daily paper on the many standard lines carried in our wonderful stock, but for fear that someone has overlooked these bargain prices, we quote them below and offer them for the remainder of the month. Get busy now, and save money on things that you have wanted for many months. We make an unusual offer to you in the way that a small deposit on any advertised article will be laid away for you, the balance to be paid to suit your convenience. PARLOR SUITES 3 3 3 3 piece $330 value, Overstuffed piece $185 value, Overstuffed piece 6150 value, Mahogany piece $110 value, Mahogany " '...sale price salo prico sale prico salo prico $298.00 $158.50 $125.00 $89.98 DINING ROOM SUITES Queen Anne Mahogany Dining Room S"uitc, with arm chair and 5 straight chairs, value,' 5350.00, reduced in this salo to 1 Quecno Anno Walnut Dining Room Suite, with arm ohair and 5 straight chairs, 325.00 value, reduced in this salo to 1 Splendid Dining Room Oak Suit, $250 value sale prico 9 piece $350 value, Queen Anno, walnut 9 pieco $325 value, Queen Anne, mahogany ..sale prico 9 pieco $350 value, Windsor, walnut finish ..sale price salo prico 9 pieco $250 value, Golden Oak '; salo prico 9 pieco $175 value, Golden Oak salo price 9 pieco $150 value, Golden Oak 1 Splendid Dining Room Oak Suit, $200 valuo $50.00 Dining Room Tabic, reduced in this salo to $30.00 Dining Room Table, reduced in this sale to 1 $300.00 $35.00 $15.00 $32.00 $30.00 $30.00 $25.00 $20.00 SI8.00 $15.00 $10.00 $ 8.50 value, reduced lo .. Ostormore, reduced to Kaypook, reduced to Kaypock. reduced 16 Folt, reduced to Folt, reduced to Folt, reduced to Felt, reduced to Felt, reduced to Combination, reduced to Combination, reduced to REST GOOD HAIR MATTRESSES .". $29.50 $38.50 $27.50 Factory Prices on STRAIGHT PIANOS During March Sale $000.00 $550.00 $500.00 A few $26.50 $26.50 $21.50 Pianos, reduced to Pianos, reduced to Pianos, reduced to v used Pianos will' ho sold during this salo at Several used Organs will bo sold for , RUGS-RUGS-RUGS-- $475.00 $425.00 $375.00 $175.00 $25.00 ' i... " $17.98 $14.93 $12.93 $8.93 $6.50 Wilton Velvet Rugs Turkosla $275.00 $200.00 $300.00 $275.00 $300.00 $218.00 $138X10 Rugs Axminstcr Ruga BEDSPRINGS A 25 Year Guarantee $22.00 value, M. A. Hunt, Royal Blue, doub!o,deck $18.50 $113.00 $150.00 $42.50 $22.50 BED ROOM FIJRNITURE 3 3 3 3 3 3 value, Simmons Doublo Deck value, Simmons Slumber King value, Shannon Autocrat value, M. A. Hunt Rest Good value, Shannon $10.00 Simmons $ 850 Simmons $ 0.50 Simmons '. $ 5.00 Simmons $22.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $12.00 salo prico $1850 salo prico $11.93 salo prico $11.93 Axmlnster Rugs Axminstcr Rugs Tapestry Brussols Tapestry Brussels Wool Fibre Rugs Crox Rugs Rugs 9x12 0x12 0x12 0x12 0x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 .....salo prico $11.98 sale prico $9.98 salo prico $7.98 sale prico $6.98 salo prico $5.98 salo prico $3.98 pieco pieco pieco piece piece pioce $350 value, $355 value, $300 value, $275 valuo, $350 value, $100 value, Windsor, Mahogany Walnut Golden Oak Walnut American Walnut Mahogany salo sale salo salo sale salo prico Rugs 0xt2 Crcx Rugs 0x12 Fibro Rugs 9x12 Straw Malting 0x12 Straw Matting 9x12 Burlap Linoleum, per squnro yard Folt Base, per square yard 5100.00 $85.00 $89.0d $75.00 $55.00 $10.00 $35.00 $25.00 $1850 $15.00 $15.00 $fl50 valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo valuo vnluo $050 valuo $79.50 $69.50 $6950 $6250 $47.50 $34.50 $29.50 $19.50 $16.98 $9.98 $9.98 $6.98 $4.98 ..$1.23 price prico prico prico prico $300.00 $230.00 $250.00 $225.00 $300.00 $85.00 ...75c QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM A 20 Year Guaranlco $3.50 Tea Kettlo $2.50 Double Boiler $250 Roaster WARE ' Come in and see the Quality of these Ruga $2.98 $1.98 $1.98 $1.98 $2.50 DAVONETTES value, value, value, value, $05 value, $05 value, $50 value, $85 $85 $85 $75 $250 Pcrculators sale salo sale sale sale salo salo Golden Oak, black leather Golden Oak, Spanish leather Mahogany, Spanish leather Mahogany, Spanish leather Golden Oak, black leathor Mahogany, black leathor Spanish leather, Golden Oak price prico prico prico prico prico $3.00 $68.50 $68.50 $68.50 $62.50 $52.50 $52.50 $38.50 Water Pitchers v GO-CART- aalo salo salo salo salo prico price prico McDOUGAL KITCHEN CABINETS $95.00 $75.00 $05.00 $15.00 $35.00 $3250 prico prico A few Baby Cribs 15 4 ts, ls, ts, ts, 0 1 prico AND BABY CARRIAGES WW, $7.78, $8.78 at salo prico $8.75 regular $12 valuo sale prico $10.00 regular $12.50 valuo ,...salo prico $15.00 regular valuo $2000 salo prico $17.50 regular valuo $22.00 S Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Cabinets, Cabinets, Cabinols, Cabinota, Cabinols, Cabinela. reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced to to to to to to $74.98 $6748 $52.48 $39.98 $2.M 4iM OLD HICKORY AND FIBRE FURNITURE ii htmt offer" duriig this Sale at 16 PER CENT DISCOUNT. d Embalming Undertaking Furnishings for the Home MUNCY BROTHERS 'AT Two Big Store Rooms Clay Building, Richmond, Ky.