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SitfitW l,rry Thurmtnw nt lltrm, AV Vol. XXI Fivo Cents per Copy Devoted to tlae Interests of tibie HEMJA, MADISON COUNTY, KhNTUCKV, The citizen oirntgLizi APRIL 1, tI)MP Our Threefold Aim: To givo tlio news of Berea and vicinity; lo record tho happenings of Korea Collcgo; People Fifty Cents por Year to all lo bo of tho Interest Pcoplo. Mountain 1920. Ono Dollar and Number 40. The Soldiers' Bonus We are sorry anybody asked for it. It is easy to' see. that the country cannot afford $2,000,000,000 added to all the other war debts that average $250 for every man, woman, and child in the nation. We cannot spend the same money twice, and this would be taken away from roads, schools and other public benefits. And it put the soldiers in a bad light. They suffered: so did all the rest of us. For those who died there was insurance. For those wounded there is ample help. For the rest there was the full pay promised when they enlisted. For anybody to ask more at this time is humiliating to patriotism and detrimental to the public good. HER JOYOUS EASTER MORNING TORNADO CHICAGO SWEEPS VICINITY World News President Wilson has three alternatives regarding the Pcaco Trdaty now in bis hands. Ho may return It lo tho Senate In hope that. they may relent of their notion and wish AT LEAST A SCORE KILLED to consider it again; ho may wait DAMAGES RUNS INTO S ft r Ihe action of the country nt tho DOLLARS. OF election in the fall; or ho may consider tho treaty as dead and sock Hundreds Suffer Injuries Heavy Toll f'.r somo other means of ending tho It Reported In Ohio as Wind Sweeps war with Germany. A unique Over Country Church And Business suggestion was mado by tho LiverBlocks In Ruins in Illinois and pool Post that the United Statc3 Northern Indiana. and Germany refer their complicated situation lo the League of Western Newspaper Union News Nations. MIL-LION8ervlre-Chicago. Votes For Women A vigorous campaign, with no organized opposition, has nearly secured a constitutional amendment laying upon women the responsibility of an equal share with men in polices and government. Few people have thought just how milch this implies. It means putting the ballot in the hands of the uneducated negro women of the South, and the indifferent women of the North, so there will be more voters than ever who stay at home, and more who arc "brought out" by excitement and bribery. It means the breaking up of the family which has been the basal institution for human welfare thus far from the very dawn of history. The family has been a seat of great tyranny and wrong, in which women have been the chief though by no means the only sufferers. The But it has also been the source of great happiness. of functions between man and woman seemed division founded on nature. She ministered in the house, and he furnished support and protection. "Votes for women" means that all this is to be broken up. Mothers, wives and sisters no longer trust their men folks to protect and represent them, but propose to protect and reptesent themselves. Matrimony will naturally be less attractive when a man cannot expect a bride to trust him enough to let him represent the family at the polls. And already consistent suffragists are seeking ways in which a woman can legally become a mother without permanently tying herself to man. "Votes for women" means that the individual and not the family is to be the unit in the state. How much. else, like military service, right of married people to live where each pleases without charge of desertion, etc., is to follow no one can foresee. This extreme independence each man and each woman for number one will have its advantages, but we fear it will destroy more happiness than it can produce, and that after a painful experiment civilization will have to climb back to the "state of nature" and recognize that there is a difference between women and men. A VISIT Heavy loss of life nnd great property damage was left In tlio woke of a tornado that swept over Reports that Chicago's suburbs. In over crippled telephone nnd telegraph wires from outlying districts placed the number of dead nt moro than ItO, and the Injured nt more than MX). Property damage wnS estimated ut from S'J,ml0.XMl to $a,ooo,000. While communication hnd been with outlying districts only partly, fragmentary detnlls Indicated thnt Ihe storm had swept n belt around Chicago approximately forty miles wide. Towns nnd vlllnges were left with liulldlijgs razed and scores Injured. At least nine persons were killed In Melrose Park und ltellwood, where !H) homes were demolished. The village of Dunning, where the structure of our government ns a result of tho deadlock reached in the matter of the Treaty. Already one of Hie Senators has offered a bill that would make it necessary for only a majority to assent to n s. of This however is onlv n mild plan compared with olhc'rs that will follow. In almost no other country in tho wrrld could such a dcacllock continue for so long a time. Reaction is bound to como on tho treaty instead two-third- ' Kentucky News nir.de U. S. News da TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOL Dr. William A. McKcovcr advised a certain villago in a rich community which was neglecting tho social ui'ods of tho boys to "sell their bank and buy a swimming pool." Wo were reminded of those words the other day when wo visited tho public school. Tho crowded condition (hero is something that should be giving the people great concern. needed. Moro room is absolutely Somo rooms have every seat taken and other children aro seeking to be enrolled. When they assembled for cbnpel, they sat threo in every seal, and some sat on tho floor of tho rostrum. Wo visiled ono plass in arithmetic. They pul In tho period at rapid calculation. Wo were surprised at tho quickness, of these scholars. Hardly did Professor Dizney get thru glv- MICKIE SAYS p inn tho problems until someone shouted out tho answer. And they were not ensy problems at all. If ml of that class (hero does not me somo expert accountants and skilled mathematicians, it will bo because their chance to learn shall have, been taken away from them. Professor Dizney and his loyal corps of teachers aro to bo most highly commended for their excellent work. And slnco moro room i needed we believe that tho School Hoard and tho citizens of Dcrca will find a way lo get it so that tho city's greatest asset, her children, may ho mado moro valuablo to tho ci'iumuuitv by being educated. J. 0. L. Weaknesses. roe whoops for n limn wlroso heart did not bent faster, whoso eyes did not take lire, and vxIiom) spirit did not swell who would not be moved to liiughtur or to tours by tho voices of birds and children, by song from tlio lieiirt. by worn-nil'- s licnrt, by woman's pleading, hy noble oratory or nohlo acting, by any human action through which the. spirit In one speaks to tlio spirit In others. Our human weaknesses aro often the So, loving secret of our salvation. life, I have always been Impressed by tlio emotions of youthful, exuberant life which bring dicers, laueliler ami learn, and without sliniiio hi any of them. lion. Joseph (1. Cannon In llnr-IterMagazine. I wouldn't 111 11 11 11 's Our Human give na uwt OUR WW J VCO VklbM 'M PON UP 2 NCR PAPER VJUUM IV3 DUE V01W lOUT NMTtVV PtR A TATtVAtWT- UP WA DO TWtfr, MCAJ'U. BE ft HtUWVH UU SWUM COAtl Tho flag of Kentucky, now bolng Chicago, III., March 23. Gov in Louisville, will bear the ernor James M. Cox, Ohio, Demoseal of tho Stale on a bluo field and cratic leader, camo to Chicago to-a wreath of golden rod on tho reto make tho opening speech verse side. of his campaign for Itho presidential nomination at tho Iroquois .Icsso Italian!, of Winchester, Ky, Club. sleeping sickness victim, is well on I ho road to recovery, but his brothSan Francisco, Cal., March 30. er, James T. Dalian!, affected with Herbert C. Hoover today telegraphed I he same malady, is still in a scri-01ll'f Hoover Republican Club of Cat condition. ifornia that ho would except tho Republican nomination for Prcsi-"if-Kentucky lias been disgraced again Is felt that tho issues neces by a brutal lynching. Wo have to sitate it, and it Is demanded of mo." ff el when we pass through somo of our Kentucky towns that they 'con-lai- n Washington, March 26. According rufllans who are ready for a to a person who is In a position to deed of bloodshed when they can know, President Wilson sland3 with get an excuse. former Presidents of tho United Stales who wore opposed to a third The Confederate Soldiers' Home lerm. It was said today that tboso at Peweo Valley burned ono night clcsest to tho President knew that Inst week. One hundred of tho he did not intend to seek a third veterans spent tho rest of tho night leim or use tho power of his office in a stone church near, whilo somo t dictato the nomination of his Ilfty-nipatients were taken to successor. th" City Hospital. Tho loss Is at $80,000. Washington, March 25. Candi dal cs for tho nomination for Presi Frankfort, Ky., March 30. Suf- dent would ho brought within tho frage for women in Kentucky In tho scope of tho corrupt practices act mxt Presidential election appar- hy a bill prepared for introduction ently is assured by tho signature in the Senato tomorrow by Senator yesterday of Govern Morrow to tho Dor ah, of Idaho. measure passed by tho legislature The bill was tho result, Mr. Do- gi aiding women the right lo vole rah said, of cvidenco that great for Presidential electors. sums of money wero boing expended by aspirants for tho nomination Suffrage for women of Kentucky in both parties. in tho next presidential election war, mado certain Monday afterCharges from various sources noon when Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, that largo sums of money aro boing in Louisville, signed tho mcasuro raised to flnanco tho campaign of psed at tho last day's session of Major Gen. Leonard Wood for the the Kentucky Legislature granting Republican Presidential nomination lo women tho right to voto for pres- brought emphatic denials yesteridential electors. day from his Eastern campaign that any unusual amount Tho Consolidation Coal Company i.f monoy was being disbursed or in tho Jenkins-McRoher- ts field of that illegal mothods of any kind Lr toiler County aro offering good wero being used. prizes for tho best garden grown Chicago, March 20. Governor this year by tho miners. There will bo old men prizes and prizes Lowdcn, in a telegram to Sonator for tho boys. Tho colored folks of Hcrah at Washington, tonight, on Pago Fivo) (Continued on Pago Fivo) 1? Ml ne mai-nger- s ed outlets Mother Otter and Family. The young otters blind and downy ro born In a nest uilder tlio shelter of an Inaccessible bank; the mother will not at first leavo them, biivo on feverish rushes after tho food necessary to keep up the supply of milk. To guurd Iheni she sleeps, Hku many n human mother, with nt least ono eur uwake. When they open their eyes sno cautiously curries tiicm to hask for a while In tho whiter sunshine, for their birthdays uru often In January. When they can clumber sho teaches them tho woodcrafts of tho Immediate vicinity of tho "hover," und then communicates muny of the valu-util- e lessojis she 1ms learned, sometimes taking occasion to punish the unruly members of the fuuilly by biting them. soft-lined 11 Yq got me fkferf lo jlrew Thy waif, l sat me boi&hr o r manu a tree; Bui Thou wtui ud by Break of day , Aid broughistlhij jweets alor wiiFThge. ym$im A leari flovrcitr belost, ihetj say can never como loo late ; Teach it 4o sr& Thy praise ihir day, And from thtf day my life shgW date., 4 A reaction In Asia against Eusevere squalls and tornadoes are reported hi numerous localities." Sev- ropean influence seems to bo formeral houses In Melrose Park damaged ing with considerable rapidity. Tho by tho tornado were destroyed by tire, new king of Syria has expressed when gus from broken mains Ignited. discontent with tho lorms grnntod The town's wuter supply hud been cut to England and Franco and has been olT and wuter hud to he pumped from d' awing closer lo tho Nationalist wells, All nearby villages swept by Turk party in Asia Minor. Together the storm were without tiro protection In and there was upprehvnslon that tires w'lh nationalist ntovemcnts would add to tho destruction. No Egypt and in India II looks as electric current was uvullable, virtu- though thero will bo plenty to do ally all power lino being out of com- for many years in adjusting the mission. discontents of tho world. . cated, reported seven to be dead nnd thirty-fivInjured." 'Many buildings were wrecked. Wllmette, u suburb of riO.OOO In the Northeast part nt Cook county, reported nlmost every building to have been razed or damaged. No loss of life wos reported. Two companies of militia wero sent there to guard property and assist tho homeless. Addison IJk'Ight.s, n suburb of Chicago, reported llvo to he killed and 50 Injured. Numerous buildings were demolished, Including a church. Klgln, III., 40 miles from Chicago, It was cut off from communication. was reported eight lives had been lost there and a number Injured. Doctors and nurses from Chicago wero being rushed Into stricken areas early. It was expOcted many Injured would ho brought to Chicago hospitals. - The tornado camo from the southwest. The sky was overcast and a death-likstillness prevailed for n few seconds, when a blast of wind rent buildings asunder and left a mass of wreckage strewn In Its wake. Tho air Railwas filled with Hying debris. road trains speeding through the country were stalled hy the force of the wind and strings of freight cars were blown from the rails. K. II. Toast, of O.ik Park, said: stone build"A series of ings, one of them a bank, was llattened ns If made of paper. I saw the mutilated body of a woman being carried from tho debris of her home. I don't know how many were killed." Fire followed hi the wnke of storm Tho body In a number of vlllnges. of u church was lifted and hurled a few yards away. The lloor remained on the foundation, leaving the congregation seated without a roof. Three wero Injured, but no one was killed. In the exclusive suburb of Kvanston more than J0 houses were wrecked. Fifteen jhtsoiis suffered minor Injuries, but no deaths wero reported. Tho hurricane cumo so iiulckly there was no time to prepare. Persons were burled In the wreckage of their homes. The number of killed nnd Injured Is not known. An electric car on the Aurora, I'hilullcld and Jolllet Railroad was hurled from the tracks and lauded In a Held. A number of passengers were Injured. I.'arly reports said a num ber had been killed at Jolllet, at though property damage was small Reports from Southern Michigan said the storm had swept over the coun try, doing u .vast umount of damage, and It was believed there had been loss of life. In Rattle Creek frame buildings wero wrecked. In Fast Troy, Wis., a woman was killed when a barn hi which she, had taken refuge was blown away. According to tho Chicago Weather llureau the storm will coutlnuo Its movement eastward and northeastward with diminishing The force. bureau announced It was the first time slnco ISiX that a tornado had occurred In Cook county, Illinois. "The storm has reached Uiko Superior," said Observed Cox. "It Is accompanied by e e two-stor- y State Hospital for the Insane Is lo- The Ebert government in Germany has been obliged to make concessions to tho moro radical Socialist parly. A new Cabinet has just been formed by Herman Mueller and contains members from various' parties. President F.bert seems to bo meeting tho aifflcult situation with much good judgment which gives confidence in his leadership. Any moment, however, a chango may occur as a result of the pressure of various inlcrcsts and policies. President Wilson has appointed Mr. MOrgcnthau as minister to Mexico in place of Mr. Fletcher resigned. As representative of tho Lniled Slates in Turkey at tho outbreak of tho war ho did flno ser- vice and has given us our best Information of that phase of the. war. Ho has always been n devoted ad!S" vocate of President Wilson's policies and left a lucralivo business to serve the country. It is believed be will bo a most filling representative in Mexico at a critical time. Tho improved feeling in Mexico is reflected by tho position taken by Genornl Obregon. who is ono of the candidates for tho presidency to succeed Carranza. He has been outspoken in stating that a fooling of peace and good will toward tho United 'Slates should prevail in Mexico as that would ho tho only policy that would ensuro tho success of tho republic. It takes somo courage for a political candidalo t" take such a position, openly, and tho effect will be good. Il the S'onalo bad desired lo play into' tho President's hand nnd givo him a good causo for opposing tho mcrvation policy thoy could not have dono it in a better way than hv offering a brand new reservation e pressing the desro that Ireland might bo independent and freo from its relation to Great Drltain. Senator Lodgo was certainly trapped In bis own trap when ho was led to accept that. The treaty reservations would havo left us at odds with England, and Japan at least, and possibly with other nations. Tho death in England of Mrs. Humphrey Ward removes onopf the most noted English writer?.. Sho was a descendant of tho famous Dr. Arnold of Rugby School and related to Matthew Arnold. Sho not only stood high in tho world of letters, but was interested in puhlio nf.'oirs anil was a prominent molder of publio opinion. Sho was a representative of tho finest moral and intellectual qualities of (ho Englishwoman. V t- - Unknown Arrest 150 In Akron Raid. Akron. A new record hi tho number of arrests since the udvent of prohibition was established during raid when 150 men were tukeu. A recent pleblclto In tho Sleswlg territory which Prussia took from Denmark In 18ol resulted in a voto fnvornblo to Denmark. Tlio on Page Five) ed TUB C1TIZKN April 1, 1020. General College News A COMINO ' The Academy LENOMAN LITERARY SOCIETY EVENT Tlio llural Life Conference which wns lo hnvc been held in Heron last to is being arranged Nr ember meet bore on May , P. and 10. An ejecllent program is planned and educators of national repute will bo engaged as speakers. Among them will be Dr. Ernest Hurnbam, Kalamazoo, Mich, an expert on rural education, and Superlnlendcnt Col-vl- n. of lnibliol Instruction, George Program for April 3, 1920 Society Song Cornelia Grice Invocation Quotations from l'oo Roll Call Merle James I.'fr of I'oe Annabt'lle I.eo ....I,ouie Lockhar' Mary GrlflUh Tell Tale Heart Cornelia Grlco The Raven Mayme Hayes The Mark Cat M"p Locke Crilic IMTIOVID UltirOIN INTHNATIONAt pletc statistics covcrltiR the entire operation of tho draft up to July 15. FOREIGN TRADE 15 1010, show the following results whlrh truly remarkable: of a registration of 2,1,003.570 Inrc there were TO GET ATTENTION of desertion, or reported 480.00.1 enses n lotnl of 2.01 per cent of the totnt registration, Of this Uy HKV. I', II. K1TZWATK11, D. O.. I number. It nppenrs thnt Ml --In I cases TMCher of Kncllsh lilbls In the Moody were accounted for by enlistment In BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY RECOMBible Institute of Chlcseo t our own nrmles nnd those of our ICoprtlrht. Illl, Wltn Nwtpr Union) MENDS REORGANIZATION and erroneous Induction of nllens OF ACTIVITIES. nnd other registrants, so thnt the toLESSON FOR APRIL 11 tal of net desertions wns reduced to 337.010, or 1.41 per cent of the total DEBORAH AND BARAK DELIVER 8 DRAFT BOARD DATA IS FILED registration. Of this Inst number suiwSciiool Lesson Witnessing Wisely Hy KEV. IIOWAKl) W. POPE Moot! Klble lnillluln. at-li- CMco TI3XT. me.-A- And ye 1.1. lill l witnesses unto Is n Chrlv In life, lie cts 103,-73- men hnve been nppreliended nnd ISRAEL. - Immediately preceding this conference there will be ft meeting of THE VALUE OF A KINDERGARTEN of n the rtnunty superintendent By Tiltnan Rich Eastern Kentucky at the Normal A kindergarten is a school whero School at Richmond. yiung children, too young to attend the public schools, aro tnught LEAGUE Almost every League ren- by object lessons. The eitj has a kindergarten and tho dered a most enjoyable program opes havo many. In theso Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock kindergartens tho children receive ir the Parish House. Oscar Garden much valuable training. One canof talked on the "Responsibility not estimate Iho valuo of this the Church." He especially criti- lnining in dollars and cents; for cised some of the city churches the right kind of an education U which have introduced smokins something of no small value. parlors into the House of God. The One of the possessions which n bright sido was also presented, and child has when ho comes into this the speaker expressed his belief in world is his instincts, and upon the final triumph of Iho church bis instincts ho builds all his educo oor this evil. Tho cation, for instincts form the backLfague is not a distinctively relig- ground or foundation of all our edious organization, but It boHovcs ucation. There aro certain inthat the Church should opposo stincts which are dcsirablo and with all ils power anything which certain others which nro undesirais detrimental to humanity. Miss ble. Tho undcsirablo ones should Lena Witt sang a beautiful solo. bo modified early In tho child's Miss Gladys Kessler recited a poem In tho kindorgartcn tho undo-sirab- lo entitled" "The Enemy of Youth." life. ones may be changed for Sam Hughes gave a good and tho dcsirablo one3 stimtalk on "Current News About To- ulated for greater good. t bacco." During tho first four vcars of tho Miss Bertha Puff was elected cliilds life ho learns more than in of the League for any other four years. His learning the vcmainder of tho year, rno may bo put cither to an evil uso or Shullz, Miss former a good one, or he may learn cither will not return until next year. bad or good things. In tho kinwill bo held The next meeting dergarten tho child learns many Sinday afternoon. April 11, al3:30 simple songs and recitations; and o'clock, in the Parish House. A songs and recitabeen in learning theso has program splendid tions tho child learns words and planned. You are heartily invited their use, and if ho is lo bo an So attend this meeting. cflicient citizen of his community, be must know words and their uso. STUDENT VOLUNTEERS CLASS He learns simple physical exercises The Student Volunteers for For- which not only aid tho child to bo meeteign Missions will hold their healthy, but helps him to bo graceings each Sunday morning at 9:00 ful as well. Ho learns games, a. m., in nooim35, Industrial Build- makes paper chains, and builds or ing. This will tako the place block houses, thus learning to use hour. Thoso lib hands skilfully. the Sunday-scho- ol students who desiro to transfer to The things tho child learns In the this class will sec their dean dur- early years of his lifo aro things ing the week and get transferred. which ho will carry through Ufa The first' part of the meeting will with him; so it is of utmost imporstudy be given over to cooperative tance that parents see to it that by the candidates of tho mission their children learn the right who are field and those students things in tho early years of their interested in the problems of mis- -j life. All these things of which I sionaries abroad. speak aro good, and if a child The second part of the meeting learns good things in Iris youth will only bo attended by the Vol- - he is likely not to do evil or disunlcers who will have a sort of an graceful things in later life, for, aftermath meeting in which such "Dring up a child in the way that heart-fe- lt discussions will bo con- he should go and when bo 13 old sidered that, have direct bearing he will not depart from it." upon their future problems in the Seo to it then that your commufield. nity has a kindergarten, and start to Every member is expected your children ,in it as early as participate and add something to possible that they may havo a good the meeting each week. This week start, a good foundation upon a short biography of some mis- which to build an education sionary will be considered, and "that harmonious development of especially the compelling motives ndnd, body and spirit in man of accepting tho challenge of tho ns will cnablo him to attain tho foreign field. greatest efficiency in life. O Anti-Tobac- co Anti-Tobaccs' vice-preside- nt vice-preside- nt, I Vocational Schools Records Contain 400,000 Cubic Feet of Paper, Requiring Ten Acre of Space for Their Accommodation To e Virgin Islands. Amer-tcaniz- THE Y. M. C. A. ' Tho attendance at the Y. M.C.A. Sunday night was not as largo as usual, but this fact does not tho "Y" workers, becauso the numbers for tho spring term arc never very large. Numbers do not always account for a good meeting. Jesus says, "Where two or three aro gathered together in my namo thero will I be also." Tho leader last Sunday night was Carroll Hatson, and bo gave ussomo good thoughts on "Our Vision of Christ." Ho pointed out that we havo all some vision of Christ as tho Son of God, but many of us fail to havo a clear conception of what Christ really is and means to If wo would know Christ we must becomo acquainted with him through Biblo study nnd communion with him in our daily life. Another very attractive feature of our meeting was a duet by Miss Haley and Miss Hcaley, ably assisted by Miss Dlmplo Payno as pianist. Tho Y.M.C.A. Is always glad to havo tho Y. Wi. C. A. girls visit us and help us" In our meet-i- n go u. f.. Cur next meeting will bo ono that Is appropriate for Easter Sunday. Do suro to listen for tho announco-nun- t. Early Glass Manufacture. Tho first oven devoted to glass production In Ilohemla wns erected In 1442, and with the pushing of tlrno ovens rapidly Increased In capacity and number. Invnrlutily ttiey were built In deep forebts. In order to Insure an Inexpensive nnd sultlclent fuel supply and to keep the noxious gust us far us possible from settleuieuU. Under the existing nrrnngement the department of state controls the consular service nnd the foreign trade adviser's office. The commercial attaches are accredited to the embassies and legations In the countries where they are stationed, but are entirely under the control of the department of commerce, us are also the trade commissioners. The department of state controls the Information which Is sent from the consulnr officers to the department of commerce for publication. There Is accordingly some measure of coordinated control between the department of state and commerce, but It still leaves the supervision of these two agencies virtually separate. The control of the other government departments nnd establishments that linve to do with foreign trade Is entirely separate, with the exception of certain general supervisory functions of the treasury department In connection with the activities of the InternaIt would tional high commission. thnt tho various organizations have separately obtained authority to proceed with their own programs nnd that this policy, or lack of n VESTALIA LITERARY SOCIETY policy, has resulted In the present control of foreign trade. Vestalia Literary Society met in Hall Saturday night, Kentucky Has Record of 24,000,000 Men. March 27. Tho following program local The records of the 4,0-1was rendered. boards that served under the selecSung by Society Vestalia Girls tive draft law during the world wnr, Minnie Klarr as well as the records of the IKS Invocation Hattio Shcllon district boards, 1,310 medical hoard, Story Mary Thorpe and 48 state headquarters hnvo finally Recitation Song Tako Time to ho Holy been nssembled here. These record 4 S4.000.000 Reading Emma Peters relute to who served men. Knoch II. ns provost mnr-MiCrowder, Leah Wiseman Recitation general during the wnr, and Ciela Burnetto Recitation the selective draft net, snld Song Beautiful Words In commenting on these records: Ona Silvers "Never In the history of this or any Reading Dalo Walerhury other nation has n more valuable anil Story Then wo adjourned until April 3. comprehensive accumulation of dntu been nKsembled upon the physical, economic. Industrial nnd racial condition ' Not a Llkeahle Fellow. of u people. It contains the first and The octopus derives Its name from only record of the man power of this Its eight tentacles thnt extend from nation. It will be of untold vnluo to a common center In which Is located tlio physician, the economist, the sothe head and body. Each of these ciologist nnd the historian for mnny arnis has two rows of suckers which deciides. It Is not only worthy of exert a tremendous pressure. This preservation, but this generation owes pressure, scientists aver, Involves the It to posterity that It be preserved." same principle as Is applied to a It wns neeessnry, before assembling vacuum cleaner. The hnbltnt of tho nil these records, to bring nbout n unioctopus, Instead of being In the great form system of tiling them In order to depths of the ocean, Is generally In nvert certain confusion when they shallow places among the rocks, where were finally gathered en masse. When It feeds generally on Misters nnd It Is considered thnt these record, ns crabs and any other edible tlotsam that assembled, made up n tile of cases muy be swept In by the ocean cur- which, If placed end to end, would rents. Severn) years ngo hundreds of make n line M) miles long, nnd conthese sea monsters nppeared off the tained ii volume of tOO.OOO cubic feet const of England and France, and their of paper, requiring approximately ten appearance spelled ruin for tho great ncres of Hour space for their accomshell food Industries off these coasts. modation, the magnitude of the task It wus then said by scientists thnt that confronted the department when It began their assembling can well be they had evidently come from the Mediterranean sea, ns a result of the wurro envisioned. Tho records as finally corrected nnd summers of the years In question. The octopus Is found not Infrequently In filed contain many facts thnt will, of the shallow waters In nnd iiroimd the eourse, become n mrl of tho pennn-nen- t history of tho country' particikeys of Florida nnd off the rocky Hp-pemany-headed By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. The federnl bureau of ifllclency bus recommended to congress thnt the government's nctlvltles n the promotion of foreign trnde be reorganized on the following basis: 1. Thnt nil resident foreign trade agents of the United States government stationed nbrond shall be assigned to (ho department of stnte. 2. Thnt nil department cnntemplnt-In- g sending trade Investigators or other trade ngents nbrond shnll first confer with tho secretnry of commerce, who should tie given full power to determine the lines of nil trnde Investigations to tie conducted In foreign conn tries. 3. Thnt agents government nil nlirond whose work regtilnrly or results In the collection of foreign trnde Information of nny description, be required to end the dntn thus collected to the department of commerce, through the department of stnte, for publication nnd dissemination by tho department of commerce or for transmission fn other brnnohe of the government service for such uso ns they mny deem proper. Large Saving Assured. While It Is Impossible to estimate In dollars and nents Just whnt saving wonld accrue to the government If the recommendntlons mnde by the bureau of efficiency nro put Into effect. It Is snfe to assume thnt they will amount to mnny thnusnnds .if dollars nnnnnl-ly- . These snvlngs would result from leaser office expenses nnd overhead charges by having all foreign resident trnde ngents tinder the control of one department of the government rnther thnn being nttnehed to several departments with no ecntn11iel control n nt present, nnd by hnvlng the field ami scope of nil foreign trade Investigations determined by one responsible government omclnl rnther thnn by several without regard to whnt Is being done by ottier branches of the service. const of Cullforulu. pation In the wur. Final their ensos disposed of, lenvlng nn 4:4-LESSON TKXT-Jiuti- tes Jt. ..cttinl balance of outstanding enses of n,l OOI.DKN TKXT-Oc- xl Is our desertion In which the offender hn strength, n very present help Inrefuse trouble neither been nccnunted for nor pun- P. W I. Judges ADDITIONAL MATIIMAL ished 173.011 or 0.72 of 1 per cent of ttl-lleb II M, M. the totnl registration. PHlMAItV 1.PIC-- A llruve Woman It therefore appears thnt out of n Helping-General total registration of more thnn 23.000,-00Jl'NIOH TOPIC-- A Story of a Hero nj a Heroine. men but 1.41 per cent wrongfully INTKllMUtMATK ANI1 HKNIOll TOPIC sought to escnpe the military obligaFlKhtlmr on OoiVi Slil tion Imposed upon them by the selecYOl'NO PKOPLK ANI ADULT TOPIC tive service law. nnd thnt nt the presThe Service! of Women In National ent time but 0.72 of 1 per cent of the leadership entire registration group hnvo fulled The book of Judges covers the to respond to the duty Imposed upon from the conquest of Caiman nnd them nnd hnvo not yet been brought to Justice. It nlso nppenrs thnt be- death of Joshua to the Judgeship of While Jnshon ami the eldtween September 11, 1018, and June Samuel. 30. 1010. 0.1.000 deserters have been ers of bis generation lived tho cnple nppreliended nnd delivered to the mil- In some measure remained faithful to itary authorities for disposition. It Is Ood In obedience to his Word, but the thought thnt within the next 12 months very next generation went Into aposthe totnl of net outstanding desertion tasy. Their declension may be acwill tic materially reduced, so thnt the counted for as follows: 1. Failure to drive the Caliaanltes flnnl result will show n percentage very much less thnn the present low from their midst. figures stnted above. 2. Their nmnlgnnmtlon with the Not the least Interesting InformaTheir close proximity to tion thnt the flnnl compilation of, sta- the people had It leavening effect, for tistics concerning the operation of th thry soon Intermarried with the heathdraft dlsdoes ts Its cost. The totnl en. Tolerance with the enemy Is closenmount npproprlnted by congress for ly followed by union therewith, and the expenses of the selective service quick comes In the wake of system wns $,'.4.Sf.P03. Of this well union. amount. $30,847,014.21 wns expended. Intermarrlnge with the 3. Idolatry. heathen was s,.on followed tiy the People Are Neglected. The Virgin Islnnds In the Caribbean worship of the hthcn gods. Thus Israel's jxmer as gradually wenkened. sen. which recently came Into possession of the United States through so thnt Instead of being conqueror purchase from Denmnrk, must be they beenme the conquered. Irt chapter 2:0-- Is given a synopsis Aincrlcnnlzcd. Tills Is tho gist of the report of tho Joint congres- of the book of Judges: 1. The sin of the (vv. sional committee which mnde a trip to the Islnnds for the purpose of 2. (Jed's Judgment for their sin (vv. looking Into the nllegntlon thnt the 14. 15). United States Is neglecting the wel3. Itepentnnce of the people (3:0). fare of the Islands. This country tins 4. (iod's deliverance at the bands of hnd so mnny big problems to denl with the Judges (vv, since It tsiught these Islnnds thnt It A repetition of sin. oppression by the has really paid very little attention to enemy, rejiviitnnce on the part of the them. As soon ns title to the Islands people, and God's deliverance. Is the passed from Denmark to the United story of the book of Judges. States President Wilson Issued nn orI. The Judgeship of Deborah (4: der which committed the government 4. 5). of the Islands teuiornrlly to the nnvy Iter name means "Ilee," suggesting department. That order was Issued orderly Instincts. As suggested by anabout tho time the United States was other, "She answered her name by her getting Into the wnr with Ocnnany. Industry, sngaclty, nnd great use to Kver since thnt order wns promulgatthe public." The period was marked ed Hear Admiral J. W. Omnn, U. S. by awful oppression. The Israelites N hns served as governor of the Iswere helpless, for the enemy had POO lands. The power conferred on the chariots of Iron. Deborah was an admiral wns 1111111111 and he has, It unique character. Ood raised her up seems, not attempted any reforms, for such a time as this. Under a palm he felt that he was not author- tree she held an open court for the ized to do so. administration of Justice. The seuutors nnd representatives II. Deborah Summons Barak (4: who made up the Joint committee thnt visited the Islnnds wns very emphatic Itnrnk means "lightning." Deborah, In the declaration thnt this country being n prophetess, was utile to select must either do something for the In- the man whose gifts would enable him habitants of the group of Islnnds or to rally the forces needed to gain the turn the Islands over to some governvictory over the formidable foe. ment thnt will tnke nn Interest In the 1. Deborah's call (vv. 0, 7). It was people. Tho outstnndlng features of Ond's call through her. She gave defithe report of the Joint committee, nite Instruction ns to the number of which will shortly be submitted to the men and the strategy to be employed, two houses of congress, nre embodied nssuring Ilnrnk thnt Ood would deliver In the following recommendations: Slsern, the cnptnln of Jnbln'a army, (1) American Ideals and American Into his hand. standards as far as possible shall be 2. Itnriik's reply (v. 8). F.xpresslon made the Ideals and standards of these of unwillingness to go unless Deborah (2) An American form of would go with him should hardly be possessions. should be estabcivil government considered as cownrdlce or weakness, (3 lished for the group of Islands. nn It Is n fuct that the United States currency should be presence of a woman, especially the (4) An educaadopted In the Islands. prophetess, would Inspire courage on tional system adapted to the needs of the part of the warriors. However, he the Inhabitants should be provided nnd should hnve believed Cod's ability to departments dealing with Industrial give the victory without the aid of a agriculture and sanitation womnn. affairs, lliould be established without delay. 3. Ilarak's rebuke (vv. 0, 10). DeThe government never hns put forth borah yielded his request, but mnde It to why tho Is- plain to him that It would detract from uny clear statement as lands were purchased. It was said nt Ills honor as n conqueror, "for the the time of the" transfer that they Lord shall sell Slsern Into the hand would be useful to the nnvy of the of n woman." country In ense the United Stntes III. The Defeat of Jabln's Army (vv. should ever be attacked by n foreign truth seems to be that tho foe. The Slsera, the cnptnln, gathered n Islnnds had become n burden to Denmighty army and went forth with full mark, which offered to sell them to tho assurance of victory, but be mnde n United Stntes at n knockdown price snd mistake; he did not consider thnt nnd that this government concluded It was the Lord's battle (v. 15), At the thnt the offer was a bargain and ac- psychological moment Delxirnh gave cepted It. Whatever the Justification the signal to chnrge, nssuring Ilnrnk for the purchase of the Islands, It now thnt the Lord would give the victory on the United Stntes, acIs Incumbent (v. 14). Through supernatural Intercording to the Joint congressional composition the enemy became mittee, to do something for the Inhabsce5:i!0). itants nnd do It nt once. The commitIV. Slsera Killed by a Woman (vv. tee will report to congress thnt the people are not any better off under In his flight he took refuge In Jnel's American rule than they were under tent. Under the guise of friendship, rule. the Danish she committed the most heinous murGroup of Fifty Island. der. She fastened his head to tho While only three Islands In the ground by means of a tent pin. V. Deborah and Darak's Song of Vicgroup ever get public mention there ure, nil told, some fifty Islands that tory (chap. 5). This was composed and sung In celcame Into the possession of tlio United ebration of the marvelous victory States. For the most part theso Islands are merely rocks stick-lu- g which Ood had wrought. out of the water and nre uninhabRobbing Real Inward Life, ited. The three principal Islands, and lie who Is rich for himself, laying Indeed the only ones thnt have any are St. op treasure for himself, Is by so much worth mentioning, value Thomas, St. Croix and St. John. These robbing his reut Inward llfo of Its rethree Islands, which He close together, sources. are 80 miles east of I'orto Itlco, about Time Never Lost. 1,000 miles southeast of Key West and The sum of wisdom Is that tho Florida, and In the neighborhood of time Is never lost that Is devoted to 1,430 miles from New York. The congressional committee ascertained that work. Emerson, the present population of tho Islands Is Being a Great Soul. about 35.000. Only 3 per cent of the He who would be u great soul In population Is white. The 07 per cent the future, must In) u great soul now, Is for tho most part1 of negro l. pc-rl- od 10-10d ). panlc-Mrlck- Witnessing for Christ tlon's principal business may una doubwill wh 1 1 tless some hnvo occupation Ich ho much of In spends HfeH BL.EflHI cxpnnd reached A)f A A whereby he earns his livelihood, but his mnln business Is to witness for Jesus Christ. This wns the Mnster's Inst commnnd to his disciples nnd the most tmiior-IBt- fl his in o nnd tntitone. them dl- - rectlons begin nnd how to their work until they lind the uttermost parts of tho earth, This commnnd hns never been revoked nnd In principle It npplles to us ns directly ns It applied to tho apostle who henrd the commnnd from the Mnster's lip. Witnessing docs not mean thnt wo nre to stop every person we meet and begin to talk religion to him. Such n course would probably be unwlsa and In a short time tiring us Into such disrepute thnt the vnlue of our testimony would be seriously Impnlrrd. In order to witness effectively ono ought to observe certnln rules. 1. Chooso nn opportune time nnd ptnee. It Is not wise to stop one who Is running for n train to Inquire about his soul; neither ts It the highest wisdom to give a hungry man a tract. Far better glvo him n cup of coffee. Then, while be Is sipping the coffee, you enn give him the gospel. It Is n good plnn to lay people unIf your der some slight obligation. neighbor In the car lui no paper, buy one. anil after glnnclng at It. pass It to him. After ho has read It the most natural thing Is lo open conversation ubout the news of the dny, and from this you enn pns to more lmportnnt topic. Hemember that persons aro often more ready to talk about religion with strangers .hnn with those whom they know. Hemember that tho Holy Spirit Is nil the while convicting people of sin, the provdence of Ood Is contln-unll- y softening hearts and preparing the way for sotm' one to drop In the good seed of the gospel. 2. Watch for souls as thoso that When an Insurmust give account. ance agent Is Introduced to a man, his first thought Is, "How old Is that man. and how much life Insurance does bo cnrryl" and be Isn't long In finding out. either. So should It tie our business, when we meet a man, to think of tits soul nnd the possible wnys of helping him. Do not always wnlk homo from church the same way nnd with ttie aire person. Join some one who Is not a Christian and give your testimony as you walk along. of tho 8. Obey every prompting Holy Spirit. It required somo grace for Philip t have a great revival at Samaria and Journey down the desert road to Onzn on on unknown errand. If he hnd been like some Chrlstlnns, he would hnve argued with the Lord about the mutter until he hnd missed his opportunity; but, ns It wus, "ha arose and went," without ono word of remonstrance. Ho nrrlved nt the crossroads Just In tttno to Intercept the trensurer of the grcnt Ktliloplan empire, and he hnd the Joy of lending him to Christ. Hnd he arrived live minutes Inter, his Journey would have been In vain. One of the secrets of success In Christian work Is to obey the Spirit Dr. A. C Dlxou wns hurpromptly. rying to church one night when ho snw three young men talking by tho wayside. Just as ho passed tie felt led to speak to them. He went buck, nnd nsked whether they wero Chrlstlnns. Two of thnn replied In the He then Invited them to church. The ono thnt wns not n Christian said, "We haven't time to go, ns wo nre cramming for examinations." Doctor Dixon simply replied, "Aro you ready for the great examination, my friend?" unit passed on. Thnt night tho young man thnt snld ho had not time, rnino to tho scrvtco nnd nccepted Christ. He Is now n preacher of tho gospel. Tho writer wns walking down tho street one day when ho met n friend, who snld to titni, "Hownrd, don't you expect to becomo a Christian soma time?" "Why yes, I presume so. I suppose every one expects to become u Christian some time." "Don't you think It would bo n wtso thing If you were to accept Christ as your Saviour now?" "Probably. If It Is a good tiling to do at nil, I suppose tho sooner It Is done, tho better." "Well, Howurd, will you nccept Christ now?" 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Write for a Catalogue and book of Chief Regulations, to the Jhowng that they arc above n. or Inr tln regular iMmni vn,r The use of tobacco Is strictly torNd inin. c . ,.... . . college Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. ing;" but It lacked the hollows whlcn nt the first glance, should hnve supalso Is not yet proven. She Is nt" lenst ported the evidence. It was a thin nnd consistent In regnrd to the treaty of oval fnce, with a mouth of lnrge nnd Versailles nnd the only one of tho sympathetic sweetness, n forehend nllles completely consistent. Tho white nnd high, n prominent, delicate treaty wns put Into effect with n loud nose, nnd Irises of clenr, luminous blnre from nil concerned thnt It would n gray. It wasn't altogether an j) be upheld. Should France be criticized type of countennnce, nor wns for It definitely European; It seemed German Convulsions Reveal the to demanding that Gennnny live up the pact? rnther to have taken all the better Spirit of Revolt With Military It Is a time for the sinking of difqunlltles from several races. It wns ferences, for unselllsh n fnce to Inspire Immediate trust nnd Resources Still Large. and the wisest statesmanship. Gerconfidence nnd respect, nnd Ilnrmon, many scotched the Spnrtnclde mennce despite bis lack ot practice In nil three Inst yenr, but did not kill It. The Knpp of these rcnctlons, wns evidently nt-RED ARMIES ATTACK POLAND revolution wns suppressed, but left n trncted by It. long nttendnnt train of evils. Tho s for me." said the present trouble Is more stubborn nnd mnn Indifferently. Fighting Severe With Poles Showing may yet go entirely out of hand. The I guess I'll hnvo vlchy "I'll Splendid Spirit Islamic Situation next convulsion may be uncontrollable. too." snld Ilnrmon, relaxing. "If It an Anxious One Peace Treaty All Gennnny nnd nil factions nre wasn't for something I can't Just deand Democratic Platform emitting n loud wall over the terras of scribe I'd sny . . . well, never Higher Coal Prices. tho peace treaty, stating that It enmind. Hr . . . wbnt business hnve forces economic slavery on the nntlon 6YNOPSIS. "Hut you got In It ngnln nftcrwnrd. you been In. by the wny?" By E. F. CtlPSON. nnd Is nt the bottom of the spirit of re- -, The younger train's reply was tnrdy I suppose? I'll bet you did I" Germany's convulsions revenl a hotvolt. It Is to Germnny's interest to CltAPTiJIl I.- -In nnd not particularly gracious. ho.pltnl at "No." bae Nrullljr. Frane. hli far illriirure,i b bed of revolt. Although the trenty of mnke the clnhn. The mnn worsted In "Why, the longest time I ever put "Whntt Vou never got bnck nt nil? yoml recognition, an American aol.llei a fight and all wrongdoers seek nn Versailles aimed to thoroughly cripple In nt nny one business wns selling InTvlng In the French army attract Just one dny, nnd you're through?" attho nation In a military sense, reducnmelloratlon of tho consequences of tention by hla deep despondency. "Yes. After I wns discharged from surance. The last thing I did was to Anked ing Its army to only sufficient strength their acts. A negative light on the by the mirgrona for a plratoRraph to iculclc hospltnl I wns dlscbnrged from tho sell bonds. Why?" them In making over hla race, he ortera nnny for Internal needs, It could not stump question of economic slavery Is the "Meaning What?" Harmon stiffened. "A salesman I too. Permanently unfit." In derlilon a picture of the Savior, bidout me Heritage of long years of mill action In n recent plebiscite of n por "Uo ahead and describe the Job." Good Lord I Thnt's tho last thing In ding them take that aa a model. They do "KnclUh nrmy?" tion of Schleswlg. The town of "Well, my Idea of n pretty sweet Job tnrlsm. Germany Is no less a nntlon tho world I'd hnvo . . . but, say I o. making a remarkable llkeneaa. "No French." some other nearby town3 nnd a "Well, that's some record P nld lou must havo been n whirlwind! for n mnn of your age Is to start, of of soldiers todny tbnn It wns In 1018. Why, a mnn with n presence like yours course about twenty a week nnd These soldiers! bred under nn arrogant considerable adjacent nren, given nn Ilnrmon nppreclntlvely. "Tbnt system nnd trained to kill, hnve bee opportunity to Join Denmark, where commissions." Is some record I CHAPTER II. Not to sny would hnrdly have to open his mouth conditions nre nonnnl nnd taxntlon exhibiting In full measure the result "Yes? What per cent commission?" tough luck the toughest kind. Going lou've got a sort of . . . I'll be light, voted to stuy with Gennnny. It of their teaching, even though It Is "Oh, eight to ten per cent." hnnged If I know wbnt to cnll It Nine o'clock on n nlclit In June not bnck borne, I tnke It?" The young man glanced at Harmon light or brother ngnlnst brother. Ger Is not apparent that these people but a kind of feeling. If you know i Juno evening, wny. doesn't it?" "Imks tbnt on vol. ninny wns disarmed In the larger viewed the prospect of Industrial servwbnt I mean. Salesman! Why, nil and laughed quietly. vot. hut n furious June night, with Ilnrmon Ignored the snrenstn. itude ns very serious. "You're n broker, of course, but that sense, but the allies, ns they did nc Stygian blackness looping overhead, "Hock to work, eh? Wbnt did you you need Is nn Introduction nnd a dot Germnny's throes have been acoccupy the country, could not reach ted line! doesn't sound much like conservative and Stygian water hntferlng nml boil- sny your line Is?" companied with much ing ngnlnst the hull platen. The .ship bloodshed. The young man Inughed rnther for Investment securities to me. What tho Immense stock of smaller cnimon "I didn't sny. I haven't nny Just Complete figures are not available. rllles .and ammunition, mlnenwerfers, Is It Industrials?" lornly nnd sipped his vlchy. wis ilnrk ns the night Itself; blind now." llnmmenwerfers, etc. Kvents since the Estimates of deaths from tho revolt Hnnnon grimaced. "Just nt present I hnven't cither.' dnrk, without n single ray to piny the Hnnnon pondered a second. nnd following troubles range between "Yes, I'm a broker." He set down overthrow of the Knpp revolution In Harmon's gaze wns unfaltering, nnd traitor. On deck a solitary venturer "Oh! Oentlemnn of leisure? Sot 5,000 nnd 12,000. hugged tho rnll, nn.l npnthetlcnlly his Interest nnd admiration bounded his glass and fumbled for n card. dilute thnt each peasimt bus nnn Karller casualties dler of fortune, eh? Well, I wouldn higher. Mochanlcnlly, In accordance 'There I Hut I was thinking more nnd the ability to use them. Civil wnr were heaviest at Lelpslc. where annr-ch- y witched tho wnves tenr pnL worry If I were you. You're disapreigned nfter nn attempt to InstiOut of the wnnnth nnd cheer nnd pointed; that's nnturnl . . . but the with bis habits, ho wns striving to dis about stocks than bonds. Some new would bo In full blast If the various tute sovletlsm. Much loss of life octho vitiated ntmnsphere of the snion-In- g world hasn't come to an end yet. Of cover how this new acquaintance Montana properties copper nnd zinc. groups did not luck cohesion. might bo put to practicnl ue. "Wns Metals nro the big noise these dnys. room came Mnrtln Hnnnon. hlg. course It Is something of n come-dow- n Tho Kbert government, displaced for curred nt Herlln, Dusseldorf, ISiberfeld florid, exuberant. A henvlng lift of to lenve the army nnd get Into harness I right, or was I wrong? Maying in I guess you renllze that, don't you? five dnys by the Knpp revolution nnd and Kssen. the deck dent blm lurching sldewlse; ngnln, but nfter nil there's plenty of hnrd luck don't strengthen n man's Munition work." then suddenly confronted by a conn Itusslnn soviet armies are engaged ho snved bis hnlnnce by stniggllng excitement right In the United States. courage much, even If ho tries to bluff The younger mnn glnnced nt the of radicals Instituted during In the spring nttnek on townrd the rnll. when suddenly the Hlg work to be done, sont Hlg money himself Into thinking It does. Cut out card. "My nnme Is Hllllnrd. Wel- l- the general chaos, nppenrs to be slow. slope was reversed, nnd be (dipped to make. And It helps the wnr along, the regret stuff; thnt's my advice, nnd Is competition so keen you enn afford iy struggling bnck fo authority. The I'olnnd. The cnmpulgn hns been nnd Klld to the bnrrler of safety, too. I tell you there never wns n big' you cun take It or leavo it Forget to pay thnt high for business, or I crisis has not entirely passed, but nn launched on n lOO mlle front, but the clutched It. nnd found himself nt nrm's ger opportunity to mnke money than all that tough luck you had over here, the stuff Just hnrd to sell? easing of tho situation Is Indicated. action hns not been general. Tho length from tho lonely watcher, who there Is right this minute. The hnrd and get busy figuring out how you're nro using heavy nrtlllery, Harmon, who had begun to nod ns. This Is especially true In Saxony and hadn't stirred, or even turned his Job Isn't to And the scheme; It's to find going to cash In on all your expert sent to the first question, looked rathe some other states where socialism Is tanks, armored cars and other appaAmerica's full of chances ratus captured from General Denlklno nenn. blnnk nt the second, but rallied strong but where tho moderate social tho men to run It. Don't you worry ence. "Ilrllo!" Mild Ilnrmon, his surprise . . . you'll Innd something right off you'll land something big In no time, quickly. Ists seem to have prevailed for the on the south Itusslnn front. I'revlous Cnn't help It If you try. Snlesninn! repulses of the enemy havo been fortinctured with ensy famlllnrlty. "Some the but!" "Competition, nut there's money In tlmo being nt least, over the radicals, Son, you're enrrying your best recora It. nnd you 11 get your share of It too fflght I" Conditions have been most ncuto In tunate for the I'oles, us they havo "Thnnks for tho compliment 1" "Yes. It Is." The tone of the "Oh. It's no compliment I Anybody mendntlon right on top of your own believe me! I've got a sneaking sus the districts bordering the east bank heartened tho soldiers to a determined shoulders 1" wns curt, so curt that Ilnrmnn plclon that you and I enn do business of the Hhlne. especially In the Itubr resistance nnd havo nffected someenn mnke money these dnys. It's The young man gnve him back n wry together. Wnnt to consider It?' Instinctively lenned forwurd to displnln stntement of fact . . . Sny, basin, or coal mining region. This what the morale of the Husslans. cover what expression of countennnco "All this on such short acquaint' let's go In nnd hnvo something. Como smile nnd finished his vlchy, areu has been occupied by the Sparta- - Nevertheless, the engagements havo "I only hope It comes true," he snld, ance? Aren't you tnklng a fearful ciues, noisiievisis, Vent with It. Tho nlKht wns so blnck In nnd be soclnble. What you want's or been severe, especially In the vicinity communists Hnnnon looked nt blm steadily, nnd chance?" tbnt be might ns well have tried to a drink. Am I right or am I wrong?' Itzecy- whatever one chooses to call them, tho of Kovno, Knmenetz-l'odolsfnlllng under the spell of those radiant penetrnte n curtnln of solid fnhrlc. cza. Knlenkowltz. Zusluvu nnd Stnro. Hnnnon saw that the young man's occupation being by a lurge, well Well" "Seen nny At tho latter point yet?" be nsked "And that's what tho doctor or fentures stared and stared until he Irises were extremely luminous and armed nnd effective force. Tho town Konstnntlnow. came to himself and all at once clear; he leaned forward seriously. of Wesel, nn Industrial nnd humorously. dered! Como on I It's on me." railroad and In the vicinity of Hubur nnd brought his fist down on tho table, so "Not yet." Tho taciturn one moved the reds endeavored to force The other man hesitated, and nt I'm simply backing my hunch, son. In center of greut strategic Importance, a trifle nwny; n mnn less last succumbed, nut of sheer uncon that the glasses rang again, tho long run It pays me pays me lias been, besieged. Inasmuch as most crossings of the Slutch river. Kovno "Well, why shouldn't It? As a mat' well. I've sort of token a fancy to of tho coal comes from and less dined nnd wined tbnn Har- cern, to a compnnlonsbtp he realized the Itubr, oc Is nn Important railroad center nnd ter of fact, why shouldn't It?' Knmenetz-l'odolsmon would probnbly hnve taken the In advnnco would be distasteful. you. As far as I know you may be cupation of It nnd complete cessation Is vuluable on ac The younger man's expression hadn't the rottenest salesman In the whole of .mining operations for n period hint nnd removed himself, but Har"All right," he consented briefly; of count of Its strategic Importunce. Tho I mon's wns nn Inquisitive disposition, and together, arm In arm, they stum ciianged. "Meaning what?" United States; I wouldn't hire your ten dnys would be sufllcleut to stop nil i'oil8h resistance seems to have been 'Meaning," gald Harmon deliberate experience and he never attempted to curb It- -he bled and tncked across the treacherous without some references. Industry In Germany. Kbert hns been effective at most points, nlthough tho wag the sort of traveling compnn-Io- n deck, nnd presently crossed the thresh' ly, "that the first thing I've got to do u"juu u nuiuij uuci ui forced to treat with tho belligerents to army Is under heavy difficulties, due il when I trot hnin. tk' who makes Christians reflect up1 to Incomplete equipment and lock of old Into the hazy light of the smoking of yours, the point of making Important conces 'ou! uut I hl of good salesmen myself. on the definition of Justifiable homiAre you and TOUP room. Harmon, smiling brondly, wiped and medical nnd voup sunnlles. sions. Hie affected nren Is pretty well commlssury i nuniine. rnr a pni r. iru cide. )uul hand. Id the brine from his smarting eyes. vnur front. not your hemmed In by tho nllled armies on the Advices stute, however, that the splenAreu't you a little hasty?" The past! And hire mo "What la your llnor ho Inquired "Now. then." he said, "what partlcu did spirit of tho I'oles Is everywhere tell you right now, west, Holland on tho north and govlet after n pause. lar brand of poison do you" And young man's Intonation was sardonic. son, I never made a trade as fast as ernment forces east and south. The ovldent. I vo cleaned up most of my nionev." The other mnn laughed queerly. broke off short nnd stared, fascinated, this before In my life. Hut thero's principal weapon of tho radicals hns Just how Important Is tho bolshevik Harmon very slowly to the cell something about you "The first If It makes bo nt tho extraordinary young man In saia -that . . . Well?" been their nblllty to prevent tho pro campaign remains to bo seen. Indicaing. ny making quick decisions. I much difference to you." front of him. The young man was thoughtful and duction of conl. tions are not lacking that it Is a nart make up my mind pretty fast. If you "Beg pardonT I don't quite get you. of a general movement of which tho Never since tho nnnlstlco of Novem can Interest me on short notice you unblinking. He wns anywhere from twenty-fiv- e I Oil gftlll , , "You're actually making mo a prop ber, 1018. hns there been greater need German radical uprisings and disturbI said tho first line. I mennt tho to forty, this American from the dis- can interest other people. Mind you, osition, nre your' for a united front and united action ances In other portions of Europe nro flrst-lln- e tant trenches, and his age was as hard we're Just discussing this sort of trenches. I've been In It." 'Absolutely" Harmon's fist part, and timed In consonance. Harmon jerked his head upward In to guess ns a clever woman's; there thinking out loud. No obligation on tnble provided the exclnmatlou on the among the allies. Unfortunately unison Other Indications point. Is not apparent. Tho alliance so pow. point to a strong was something about him peculiar to either side. Doesn't do nny harm to comprehension. "Here I don't know you, and you erful during tho war, and which was demonstration to affect the various "Oh, I seel Vou mean the war I youth, and yet when his face wns In lane anout it, does It?" "Then suppose." said the vounir man don't know me, but If you'ro hunting to work greut principles for the bet peace negotiations which tho reds nro And you've been right on the spot repose, be might easily havo claimed you've found It' . . . It's terment of tho world, shows signs of currying on with other nations. for a piaciuiy, "you define your Idea of a vour Job fighting 1st ' Pretty llvoly two score of years and gone undiswhere the next mov" disintegration. America has refused Pence, or at least an understanding up there, Isn't It? Something stirring puted. It was a fuce which suggested good Job. I'm rather particular." (Continued next week) to ratify the treaty on account of the with Great Hrltaln nnd Itnly, has been "Hut you admit you're out of luck. both the fire of Immaturity and tho most all the time?" League of Nations covenant. A solid puct Great nn active probability. "I Imagine so." The other man's drain of experience; thero was breath-takin- g A recent discovery Is that tho germs Hrltaln and Italy uro pursuing alms of guaranteeing u cessation of hostilltlctt "But you admit I'm a whirlwind." accent was nmnzlngly dlflldotit, and gravity about It, a hint of the The young man amlled with faint In milk can bo killed by subjecting the their own. France Is charged with Im between the boUhovlsts on ono sldo dignity of marble, of ageless permaHarmon peered ut him, Incredulous. Helglum Is less and Poland, I.etvlu, Finland and milk to enormous pressure. Tho milk perialistic designs. nence. It was a slightly thin face, amusement "flood Lord, don't you know?" on the other, bus been deluyeU I said you ought to be with rrals. Is put Into steel cylinders, and a pres. friendly with Franco and Knglund on "Not a greut deal. I happened to scarred by a heavy line or two. and uro of about 60 tons to the square Hccount of what she regards as unfair by tho German revolt A demonstraget bit tliu first day I was In the Indelibly stumped with the evldenco log." The young man's mouth turned up men is uppiied, the result being that treatment In the Holland settlement tion In force ut thin ttiuHinlirht shorten pf intense thought and Inward suffer trenches." ImtwrlulUHn im iho the microbes uro literally squeezed to France mav ward at the corners. (Continued on Page Five) iteuth. NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Anglo-Snxo- 7 HOLTORTHT HALL 1 (. "Vlcby-Cclestlng ... Ton-der- n, ccr-tnln- ly 1 henvy-stnrrr- lt d i. I tt " . ... and" Itou-man- ia l'apo Four TUB CITIZEN April i, UNION CHURCH 1030. We Specialize Millinery House Only in Hats This is the age of Specializing To be well dressed buy your shoes from a shoe department; buy your suit from a suit house, but above all tilings, buy your hat from a (Irani Huff, who for eight years has served efficiently nnd satisfactorily as tho accountant In tho woodwork department of Berea Col lege, has given up his position nnd will devoto his tlmo lo managing his farm which is loented about flvo miles out on the Walnut Meadow pike. Mr. Huff will continuo lo re side in Herca. t'liclo Tom Clark, who somo time ago was stricken with paralysis, is still confined to his bed in a very Dr. Hulchins will deliver an Eas-i- i' sprmnn next Sunday, at 11:00 On a.m., in the Union Church. Thursday evening at 7:30 (hero will be a passion week service. 45 YEARS Or BEREA The nbnvp title will bo tho subject of the lerturo In tho united morning, Impel next Thursday April 8th by Professor LoVnnt Dodge. PROGRESS CLUB Of Benefit To Ail livery person, whether engaged in business or not, can benefit from the facilities provided by this strong bank. In addition to our capital and surplus of $65,000.00 and the careful courteous service of our officers and employees, our membership in the Federal Reserve System enables us to furnish service and that cannot fail to benefit you in the handling of your money matters. We will be glad to have yon call and let us explain the advantages of our service. critical rendition. John Walker Italian! is very seri- 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 deiire to sell you the right hat for YOU. Mrs. Laura Jones Chestnut (& Parkway Sts. BEREA, KY. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A II. H. Oabbard, and family moved (his week from their homo on CenScientific horso shoeing, fine iron ter street lo the Charles Baker work and repairs of all descriptions farm near Wallacetoti. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Cowloy and at the College Blacksmith Shop, Coddington motored to LouisMain Street, north of The Citizen , ad. ville at the first of tho week for a Office. consultation with a specialist con cerning Mr. Coddington, whoso Mr. W. B. Walden is in Lancaster health has been poor for some time. on business this week. Messrs. Leonard Fielder, Charles tephrn v Muncy have purchased Cj.rpenler, Raymon Johnson and which I'c rrest Shuford, all recent student" a universal wood-workwill soon be installed in their lum- of the Collge Department, were in ber yards. It is to bo equipped Herea for a few days this week on fully and run by electricity. This tl f ir way South, where they all machine will simplify the work of have positions with a Chautauqua making screen, sashes, elc as well company. time-save- r. us being a great Miss Edith Frost, who is serving Mrs. W. U. Walden has been sick tLis year at the Oak Park, 111., West but is able to bo out again. Suburban Hospital, was just outsidj Mrs. Henry Combs is very sick the sweep of the recent storm and Her sister who her hospital is caring for a considwilli pneumonia. is a trained nurse has been called erable number of persons Injured to caro for her. by that storm. Dr. S. It. Baker was a Richmond Miss Martha Cary, ono of Berca visitor Tuesday. ' Collego Hospital nurses, is in High Mr. and Mrs. Green Purkcy are land, 0., nursing Mrs. J. W. Holmes. moving to Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. Jack Woods, of Cincinnati, Miss Opal Robinson is employed i visiting her mother, Mrs. S. E. at Mrs. Eva Walden's Millinery Welch. store. Mrs. Dr. Bodkins is spending a Miss Martha Muncy was visiting few days in Hazard. in Richmond this week. Recruiting officers from the First Miss Stella Anderson, who teaches Artillery weaving in the Academy DepartDivision of Kentucky Tuesday and ment, is visiting in Lexington. Berea were in Mrs. E. E. Wyatt was in Lexington Wednesday of this week. They brought with them a largo 155 t week on business. mm. gun which was drawn by a Paul Derthick is in a serious caterpillar tractor. in his homo on Boono street. The sight of this gun drew a very Blood poison has resulted from a lr.igo crowd of spectators. hurl on his hand. Millard, son of John Smith, broke Miss Pearl McWhorter, of West Virginia, is here for an operation, his leg while scuffling, but is nicely Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Schramleft Tom Adams of Hazard, has been Mcnday for Cleveland after a few visiting Ills mother and sister on days visit witli Mrs. F. N. Morgan and others. Center street Mrs. A. J. Smith spent tho week Mrs. W. B. Jones is very ill at her end in Versailles, visiting her mother's, Mrs. Farmer's, on Depot daughter, Mrs. Chester Lewis. street. Mrs. F. N. Moratan entered RobDr. Cowley spent three or four inson Hospital for treatment prior days in Louisville this week. Eugene Kimbrcll, of Cincinnati, lo an operation for diabetes. has been visiting his mother for a few days. Ho is engaged as assis tant foreman of carpenters by tho Economy Through Qjiality i H. & 0. Railroad. Edna Isaacs who has recently had her tonsils removed, is in serious condition with leakage of tho heart. Mr. and Mrs. Mullls, of Mullis, Ky., aro stopping in Berea. Tho little son of Cassius Van Win-k!- o who has been in n critical condition with pneumonia passed tho eiisis on Sunday and is recovering. Hc-r- t er lt-scon-d.tion i Best Blacksmithing ously ill at tho Robinson Hospital. Mr. Reynolds, of tho West End, M'lTored n stroke of paralysis last Monday morning. Ho is reported ai doing very well under existing conditions. Mrs. W. II. Bower, now of Richmond, was visiting friends and relatives , in town last Thursday. Sho aj tended tho meeting of tho Progress Club, of which sho Is still n member. Miss Bertha Scale, who was a teacher hero the past year In tho flraded School, but now of Kent, 0., is spending Easter vacation in Brrca. She carnc nlso to bo present at the wedding of her sister. Mrs. Charlie Baker, who has been making her mother on Center street an extended visit, leaves this week for Akron, 0, where she will join her husband who Is engaged in business there. Miss Lou Phillips, of Wildle. who was a student hero in Berea for several years, is visiting old fiiends again. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pitts nro spend ing the week in Carlersvillo visit ing relatives. Estill Jones has sold his prop erly on Chestnut street to Mr. Gardner. Mr. Jones expects to build on his lot adjoining the prop erty of Dr. Scott McGuire. Ho has already improved this placo with curbing and new fencing. . The Progress Club met with Mrs. It. 11. Coyle last Thursday. A very priifllable and pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by tho members present. The hostess served delicious n 'rosliments at the close of tho mreling. Classified Advertisements EASTER. EASTER. Food Sale, Saturday, April 3rd, at Aruell's Store, consisting of ham sandwiches, cakes, pics and olhcr good tilings to eat, by tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Christian Church. COMEl Sundnv-schoo- L Mrs. Cowlev's class will have an Easter Bazaar In the Union Church narlor Anrll 3rd. at 3 p.m. Easter novelties, candy, cake and pios for sale. Tea nnd encoa will be served. This class: will have houso numbers for sale, Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY PAINTER A )int (finiKln itnlnlnt nt rmm at tor and no bad hnbijs is needed at orrce by the Painting department of Berea College. Write to E. II. Goudey, ncrca, Ky. TOR SALE WANTED (Otklfcasj) OAKLAND OWNKI13 KKGUrltLY ItEI-OItIIKTUKNS OF FKOM II TO IS MIIXS KI10M TUB GALLON Of GASOI.1NK AND rilOM (U TO !2.f0 MILES ON TIKES Barred Plymouth Rocks, pure bred. T. A. Edwards, 3w-4- 0. Phone 13. 31.00 a setting. FOR SALE Carrna Bulbs, (2w-S0) HARRIS FAULKNER" A few dozen nico Miss Ethel Harris and Mr. J. C. Faulkner were quietly married at at $1.00 a dozen. Richmond March 10, 1920. Miss Ethel was the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris of West Chestnut street. She was ono of the belles of tho younger set and loved and admired by all who knew her. Mr. Faulkner, for merly of Barbourvjllc, i3 a worthy young business man and is a city sa'esman for Procter & Gamble Co. m Cincinnati. They arc at homo lo all of their friends at 2520 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati. Their jnany friends join in wishing them a long and happy life. PRE-EAST- Mrs. W. T. Lutes, Berea, Ky. For Sale One Silago Cutler. College has purchnsed a much larger one, and has no need for tho smaller size. Offered at a very fair prlco. Pi Mr. Eugene Houck, at the Col4w-4lego Barn. 2 For Sale Overland Runabout, TIMS OAKL INDSENSIIILK SIX 13 TOWKKKD WITH THE FAMOUS OVEIUrEAt)-VALV- OAKLAND ENGINE just overhauled. good condition. (t f.) Tires and car in Dr. II. Dudley, Jackson Street. OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX steadily stowing popularity ol the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this Even in those ous and economical service. districts where roads arc unimproved and garage facilities arc lew and far betwveen, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power lo weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is sold. MEETING For Sale Nearly new vacuum sweeper. $2.50. Call at Citizen office. (t. f.) Wanted Four young men roomers who would like a quiet, neat, and clean room for study Near Chapel.! Corner Depot and Elipso streets. Mrs. C. E Osborne! LABORERS NEEDED THE rffeMeton Health Authorities Con- "The Composite" Blacker Style of Glased Kid. The Composite is a practical, scientifically built slioc that meets the exact requirements of thousands of men. Bring cut two sizes under thru heel and instep it affords a remarkable degree of comfort to the carer. cerned About Flu Epidemic Tbtjr Sjr Eicrjsot is Subject to Flo, and Uric People te Be On Their Curd. Tho coming of tho spring and summer season is causing great activity in the camps of tho Miama Conservancy District, at Dayton, Ohio, where the great flood control dams of the Miama Valley aro K GROVER C. BOWLING constructed. There already is Tho funeral scrviC3 for Grover n demand for 500 additional labor-- 1 0. Bowling were held at the Chris- ors who are being paid a wage of TiiVMNa Cab ani llAirm $1075 P.O. 11. I'ontu&Micii. tian Church on last Sunday after- not less than $5.00 for a 10 hour noon at 2:00, Bro. W. J. Hudspeth day. Tho morr live in modol camps officiating. Interment took placo in with the advantage of modern tlio Berea cemetery. Grover was as conveniences, such electric Berea, Ky. Phone 18 twenty-seve- n years old. Tho lights, baths, running water, sani-tar- y crowd of people which assemsewerage, etc, with board of bled at "tho service indicated tho the finest quality. Men should np-- 1 gicat esteem in which ho was held. p'y ready for work or wrllo tho Viuniii Conservancy Dislricl, Jef-f-"- Ho'll shako your hand and treat you square. nnd Monument Sts., Dayton. Advertisement. A3 soon as tho sun dries off the ground DEAN & HERNDON Horndon will resumo his "rambling Real Estate Agents round," Wo aro still selling Ileal Kabila Anil if a buyer alights In town, hut it is hard to glvo possession of Wo'll "cntch him" ero ho hits the ground. farms now lis most farmers liavo planned their crops, hut wo liavo a Wo'll show your land nnd nil tho rest, few that wo can still deliver, if Combined with quali-- . sold. Wo liavo an uxceptionally And soil him what ho likes tho besL good bargain of 281 acres on plka And if ho lacks a few round wheels, ty you will find in our two sots of improvements, lino land, To elao up big or smaller deals, garments. lit good neighborhood, near church Wo'll shake our rags and hlo and buck, and school. Hotter sco us if you And 'twist us wo will cough urn up. D?JO?3t? wrmt something liko this. Another highly improved placo, So bo your troubles great or small, nico houso and barn, about 50 aoros, Hring them lo us and tell us all. one-ha- lf milo off pike, priced to Wo'll show you homes and give you choice, sell quick. Wo need moro places to sell And when you'vo bought you will Is complete in all rejoice Drop in at The Bank nnd list your proporly with us. the new Spring Come on to Dean 4 Herndonl Ideas. llermlon is Just up from tho flu, Was pretty sickl 'twixt mo nnd you; easy-ridinbe-iri- At the Christian Church housp. It may prove to be a post-East-er meeting a3 well. Tho meeting is cf uductcd by Bros. C. A. Van Wlnklo nnd Chas. B. Holder. VanWinklo is doing tho preaching and Holder is leading the singing. It is hoped that tho audiences will grow larger al' the time. Meetings begin every evening at 7:30 o'clock. All aro Invited and made welcome. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister well-mad- Boone Tavern Garage al-n- on Individuality and Style Our Millinery Flu verms are everywhere, ami the health au. thoritlra lulviae tilpntv of frth air In fiihllnv th. epidemic. If your body l ahle to resist you will ' notiretthedlsease. You wt fight the verm sucosa. fully. Hut If you have a sllitht cold you are not In fiirht-In- n 'Die Nettleton Composite It a shoe men You will be adopt permanently it Is always "in and trim. will sureumb. unable tu resist the ttttif yuu season. I ensotone will relieve that roltf. nn matter how severe It may be. It will iiurire the system of all Impurities and soon the pure blood will rout the cold. These handy taoleta have a way of rebuilding? Berea, Ky. the entire aystem. They refresh tired nerves and strengthen weakened tissues. The '&c package will start you on the way to recovery. KrpcMQiitJm lot NrmnoN Mtu's fl elTell your druggist, Welch's Department Store, ite WuU'l Punt. that you want prompt relief that you want 1'ep. otone. lie has a supply and will furnish you. Trade with us, We'll both make money J. M. Coyle & Co. Mrs. Eva Walden F. L. MOORE'S Hut you can "bet your life," by Hob, IIo's up now nnd back on his job. So como on now and list your land. Wo'll soli it this spring If wo can; Hut If wo do not placo It all, FOR Wo'll llnd a buyer by not fall. First Class Repairing John Dean's still doing "financial chores," ANO Ho'll lend you monoy, or borrow Fine Line of Jewelry yours. Call nt The Bank nnd seo him thoro; MAIN ST. BEREA. KY Jewelry Store I April I, 1020. TUB CITIZEN Pago Fivo ky persons wcro killed nt.il one hundred nnd nincly-tbrc- c were Injured a tho cyclono which swept over the country Sundny. Eight slates were effected seriWM. G. FROST, f ously. Tho greatest damago was MRS. DODGE ENTERTAINS J. O. LKIIMAN. M.n.tint Editor An exceedingly pleasant occasion dono in the Chicago district, Indl Subtcriplion Rates was enjoyed last Saturday evening in'a and Georgia. Millions of dolPAVAIII.K IN ADVANCE On Yr ll.H) ni Ihe homo of Professor nnd Mrs. lars worth of property wns damRn Mniuhi aged. Thousands of pcoplo wcro , ffl L. V. Dodge. Thrrc Month Mrs. E. L. Hanson and Mrs. T. .1. rendered homeless. or Kiprtti Monrr 0borne were the guests Rnd mcmry lir of honor, Order, Draft, ItrirliUml or una n two New York, March 00. Tho action ernt lUmpi, eirh leaving recently observed u Th datr aftrr your nam im Ubl ihowa to Tho oilier m' President Wilson's coal comwhat data your utrrltln la paid. If It la not birthday Anniversary. chanced within thrr wrrka after renewal notlfx guests were Mrs. J. L. Hill, Miss mission in granting bituminous mine, Mltlnir numbers will lie fflfcllr aupitlled If we Alice K. Douglas, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. workers n wage incrcaso of 27 per are notlflnl. l means I lit price of coal at tho tltHral terms siren to any who obtain new buIn D.rnoy and Treasurer Osborne. srrlptlona for us. Any one sentllnir us four yearly Tho dinner wns of tho kind for mines will advance 65 cents lo 51.25 subscriptions ran rerelre The Cltlsen free for one year. which Mrs. Dodge Is fnmous, and n Ion, bituminous coal operators Advertising rates on application. the College plrls who waited upon nnnounced hero today. Whilo asthe table did their part in n charm- serting they "desired lo keep Ibo price of coal as low as possible and ing manner. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES By E. F, Dizney, Principal Much plenanlry was derived lo avoid speculation in tho product of their mines,'' mine owners cited .1. O. Lehman, edilor of Tlio CHI- - fnm the recital of nidi line experixen, led rVhnpel Monday morn,Ing ences, nnd a delightful evening Illinois as Ihe only slato where tho minimum increase would apply. and pave n splendid talk on "Jesus came to an end all too soon. 'I Avas said to be due lo local conI School." nl ditions which lessen the cost of METHODIST CHURCH Plans nro now nboul complclo for. I lie most elaliorate program for) The sermon Inst Sunday morning, production. Commencement week (be Public wns enjoyed by n largo congregaXcw York, Mnrch 28. Tho Natlon-- al School ba ever bad. Every child tion. The pnslor presented facta Civic Federation, of which Judge tho homo missionary in is expected lo bavo somo ci'iirernlng work done by the different denomi- Alton II. Parker is president, havpert in (bo exercises. A beautiful solo, "My ing a membership of men and women Under the auspices of tho Wo- nations. man's Club of Ilerea, the Robinson task." was sung hy Miss Mildred pnmrinent in all forms of publlo and political endeavor, in a slalc-ne- nt Hospital slaff is now offering a froo Jones. tonight camo out strongly in Next Sunday morning Instead of physical examination (o every pupil In the public school. A more ex- the regular church services, tho opposition to recognition of Soviet tended examination Is. given Ibis Si. inlay school will glvo their Enslor Russia. Tho statement signed by mere than three hundred persons year than laU The examinations entertainment. The Jester sermon will bo whose names are nationally known, of Monday and Tuesday revealed some, startling facts; somo of tho preached Sunday night, tho topic will be sent to President Wilson. It declares that the people of tho Text. children will be advised to with-dru- w being, "Helievest Thou?" United Slates "cannot consent lo from school until they bavo John 2: 29. The Kpwortlt League is growing admit into the family of nations bad'lreatment. Dr. II. F. Hoblnson and Dr. Donald in members and in interest. Tho or in any other way countcnanco Kdwards have done tho examining topic for next Sunday evening is this iguvcrnmonl of violenco and this week. Mrs. II. F. Robinson, Mrs. "The Power of an Endless Life,' letror. There must bo no comproHello MeKeo and Irene Hauflo aro and (lie leader is J. 0. Lehman, ed- mise be ween American democracy and Russian bolsbcvism." itor of The Cilicn. resisting. The Misses Howies and Elliott nnd Tho woman's Foreign Missionary Washington, March 25. In the Mrs. Munry and Mcs. Clark bad nricly meets on Friday afternoon their respective grades feature In April 2, at 2:.10. with Mrs. McGuiro n parent hope of lending President. Wilson lo declnro against the chapel exercises Ibis week.. Tho rn Chestnut street. in 'Ihe Ladies Aid Society meets on a third term, Representative change brought pleasant nnd proJ. Humphreys, Democrat, Tuesday afternoon Aprjl (0, with fitable variation. of Mississippi, made a forty Tho following were visitors nl tho Mr. C. E. Vogel. speech in tho House Members of Official Board will minute Publlo School this week: Dr. Wm. 0. nest. Mrs. Martha Dean, Miss treot. nt Ihe church on Monday eve- today, supporting the tradition Ilertha Scale nnd Mrs. A- J. Wilder. ning April 5, at f:flO for their regu- against a third Presidential term, ipiolcd the historical precedents The Public School raises tho lar monthly meeting. pointed out Hint PresiThe prayer meeting, last. Thursday nnd quesllon this week why we should definite, fixed date for night was well attended nnd was dent Wilson had not yet defined not bavo n Easier and not bavo tho dato swing n very spiritual and helpful meet- his position on a second back and forth on a variable "full ing. The subject was "Prayer," and Frequent approval of (tho senthose present were glad to tell of moon.'' Prayer timents against a third term was Mrs. Simon Muncy and Miss I.ou Its placo in their lives. Elliott molorcl t Lexington last meeting every Thursday nt 7:30 p.m. expressed by members on both sides, and when he concluded tho Saturday. House stood up and cheered, whilo NEWS REVIEW Campbell was a caller Mr. C E. (ConUnned from pigi Tbr) Mr. Humphreys was congratulated nl Richmond, S'aturdny. made a flying trip tin delay mid forct' n ciTnMiminnTloii tiy Democratic leaders, including MKs Deltord fnwinilile to tin- In the ilarkiiexH Clark nnd Representato Livingston, Saturday. of Russian event inn) l.enine's tive Claude Kitchen. nntlilni; Is very clear nt tilts Sixty-four A jilnno. Tho compnny Joined In singing "Tho Mnplo Leaf Forever,'" Hefrcslimcnls family Newipaper for nil tht It right nnd "0, Cnnndn." wrro served liy the hoslcas. Tho true, lint! intereitlntf lludsons nrc good enlorlnlncrs. I'ubllthnl vry Thutwir t Kr. Oooil nights were snld, nnd the comDEREA PUBLISHING CO. pany ndjotirned (III next year. (tncnrporaltd) The Citizen nnd vouchers, for tho purposo of the widest possible publicity.'' llr, WS IVM-nO- llecnnse, In his opinion, Ken-lucshould havo a law ngalnsl criminal syndicalism and sedition. Governor Morrow has signed Ibo Syndicalism and Sedition Hill passed by the General Assent-h- l during lis recent session, hu! id n statement Issued by him In that connection be deplores sections 0, 10 nnd 12 of Ibo menstire. "Section 10." be says, "is a clear attempt lo Il.t and prescribe the limits of speech, and in my mind is a denial of the right of free speech, or, a, least, It presents a means by which that right may be seriously hampered." ed Building Season Is Here STEPHENS & MUNCY are well stocked with all kinds of building materials. Several carloads have j'ust arrived and more are coming ci-n- Ky., March 29. of tho Anderson Cot nly Farmers' Union was competed in Lawrencebtirg Saturday afternoon, when 150 farmers entered th union at a meeting over which Slate President E. L. Harrison. Lexington, presided. An executive meeting of the delegates of tin live local unions in tho county, preceded Ihe open meeting, attended by 300 Anderson county farmers interested in organization for the bettering of marketing farm products. Lawreiireburp, Otpaniation 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 EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from I Po Eight) STEPHENS & MUNCY Can supply your needs our sympathy to the bereaved ones. Mrs. Griffith, daughter of William Fvorsole. died nt the Robinson Hospitnl the 20th nnd wns buried in the Silver Creek graveyard Sunday following. The Rev. Hownrd Hudson conducted tho funcrnl services. Mrs. John Anderson, vho who was operated upon by tho Rob- inson Hros., is gelling along nicely. Louis Crollie, who purchased a small farm from Mr. Gabbard, Is building, and is planning lo move sron. Panola Panola, March 25. The farmers aro busy plowing and sowing seed lwds. which have been greally delayed on account of the cold wlnlcr. Joe Cbrisman, of Ravenna, was witli home folks from Saturday until Monday. Cecil Colo visited bis crandmother and friends al Noland, Saturday nnd Sundny. Charley Cox, .Ir, and wife, who spent tho winter in Ohio, have moved back to this plnre. We were sorry lo learn of the death of R. C. Adams, formerly of this place, who, at (bo time of his death, lived in Oklahoma. Ills hrrso hecamo frightened and ran, throwing him from his buggy and killing him. Blue Lick Hlue Lick, .March 29. A larger acreage of both field and garden crops arc being planned than was over known in this section. Tho people of this section recently witnessed two remarkable natural phenomena a sandstorm, whioh came in from the Southwest, leaving a reddish powdery coating on trees, rnfs and fences; then a most magnificent display of tho Aurora Horealis on tho night of March 22, Quite a number of students from this vicinity havo entered Berea for tho spring term. Anna Kimbrell, who walks to Herea from her homo, a distance of two and one-ha- lf miles, is defraying her school from tho proceeds of a tobacco crop which sho cultivated ld last year. Elmo, tho son of John Crawford, caused considerable anxiety to bis parents by swallowing n nail; however, medical authority pronounces tho result not a causo for serious apprehension. It was our inestimable privilege lo havo Sunday-scho- ol coi vene after quito n protracted vacation on account of weather nnd bad roads. Our beloved leachors cx-nmfour-year-o- Bcn-jem- Throttling Governor Gives Steady Speed Every "Z" Engine is equipped with a sensitive throttling governor. Regulates the amount of fuel and air admitted to cylinder maintains uniform speed summer or winter, regardless of work being done. Throttling governor enables the "Z" to use kerosene as well as gasoline saves you money. Governor is a complete, high grade assembly unit not a makeshift device. Hasmighty important duties: Helps maintainuniform cylinder givessmooth, steady temperature insures betterlubrication now of power that saves wear and tear on driven maclunery. Other "Z" features arc: Built-i- n Bosch high tension oscillating magneto; more than rat d power; every part interd endurance: changeable; clean-cu- t, efficient design ; long-live- - Factory Pricea: CANADIANS MEET time. WORLD NEWS (Continued rrom Fig One) 6 I 3 M H. P H. P H. P 75.00 125.00 . 200.00 On Tuosday evening, March 2?rd, tho Canadians around town met at the homo of Rev. and Mrs. Howard Hudson on Jackson street. Thoso present were: tho Misses Wilks, from Toronto, Canada, guests at IJoono Tavern, Miss Jean Cameron, from Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Sinclair, fifun Ontario, Can.; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Osborne (Mr. Osborne was formerly from England); Mr. and Mrs. Christopher; Mr. and Mrs. Ooudey; Miss Mildred Hudson, and Mr. and All belong to tho Miss Burgess. llluo-NoTribo (Nova Scolia). Ocod stories were swapped nbout iniidents in former years In tho homeland--sonic- touching ones in reference to the Canadian soldiers in the world war. Miss Wilks nnd Miss Hudson furnished two delightful selections of music on tho se KENTUCKY NEWS FREIGHT EXTRA v a in titti was referred, however, by zones, and a second voto in another zone has resulted in tho favor of Onmany by a largo majority. This is nn interesting application of the (Continued from page one) the towns will also participate and receive their rewards. Special efforts will be made upon tho part of the company's thousands of employes. Much interest will bo manifested throughout. IJ I WELCH'S DEPT. STORE Berea, Kentucky principle of nnd Richinond, Ky, Mnrch 29. The if nllowcd to work out fairly may soldo n good many perplexing county board of education met in boundary questions of whiob Eu- liie ofllco of county superintendent or schools. It. F. Edwards, Saturday rope has many. ntlernoon to select sites for two now school buildings to bo erected U. S. NEWS as a result of tho 'consolidation of (ConUnned from Fiaa One) It i.ged all candidates for the Republb" Red House, part of tho Ulack lican Presidential nomination to a and Dozier schools, and of Science show-dow- n of nil campaign recoipls Hill, part of tho Ulack and Dozier anil expenditures, "LogcUior with schools, a sito for tho first was mimes of contributors and amounts selected near Red House, and two 'os for the latter aro under contributed, and all hooks, records ! from Berea gavo splendid expositions on tho review lesson of tho past quarter. Messrs. WhJto land Creech, students of Berea College, plan to organize a prayer meeting fov Wednesday nights at Bluo Lick Everybody is invited. Church. Mrs. Hollo Terriil bad a slight strike f paralysis last week but is better. Bobtown Boblown, March 28. Pooplo of Ibis community aro very busy sow-m- p oats and tobacco bods. Mrs. Can-daHindress, who has been with her sick mother, .Mrs. Jim Powell, at Coyle, returned homo Sunday. co Her mother is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gamble, of KIrksville, and Mr. and Mrs. Zack Ncely, of this place, were tho guests of Mrs. Julia Creekmore, Sunday afternoon. -- Mr. and Mrs. Isaao Burns were visiting Mrs. Burns' brother. John Bongo, nt Kerby Knob, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John MoKee-ha- n aro tho proud parents of a baby girl, who arrived on tho 27th. BolC Jackson passed through bur vicinity Sunday, en route to Big at this placo Hill. Sunday-scho- ol on Sunday, at 2 p.m.; everybody is Invited to como. if"'MfHH"!!f'! The Home Beautifier Makes Old Furnitiire,Vorn Floors, and Woodwork look like New again Is small nnd the pleasure of doing tho work youm-l- Is grea- t- You'll lieUt'lightcd with (he flue results oMiilncu by using 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. The cost f It Is easily applied, dries quickly nnd adds to the life nnd appearance of lloors, furniture und If FREE p Col or Curd -- woodwork. Is n Stain und Varnish Pec Ceo combined made especially for beautifying homes. Try a can today. Ask for noil llooklet, ern Method of Finishing Wood." "The Pre Gcr 15c u. Mide Enamel Colors. PKASLEE-CAULBERT Mod- comes In all sites, from 20 Natural Wood and White, Gold anil SiUtr. In CO., INCONPOHATCO MANUFACTURERS KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE BEREA PRODUCE COMPANY Under Odd Fellow's Hall on Chestnut Street Welch's Dept. Store BEREA, KY. hhiiiiiiiiiiiiiim.iiiiw inimi'm'i i"i J. F. WALSER, Manager if Pago Six TUB CITIZEN April I, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator ironfcll , it li receive durinp tho year as tho ag ricultural exnnljnalion of club members this cominp fall will bo based larpely on those letters. The Care of Setting Hens n timely earo and management of scttinp hens, a largo number of clucks can bo raised at a low cost. The best breeds to use for sotting pui poses are the Plymouth Rocks, Rhcdo Island Reds, Wyandottes, and Orpinptnns. If more than four hens arc set in tho samo bouse or mom, keep them fastened up and only let three or four off at a time. If tho hens do not return within twenty minutes or half an hour, they should bo put back on the nesL Mako it a practice to have them como off at the same timo .each day. Thero should bo plenty of clean fresh water and an abundance of grain waiting for them. A dust wallow should also be provided so that they may exercise. This will also aid in controlling tho lico The following rules arc very practical and should bo followed: 1. Set tho hens in a quiet, sethere Is cluded place where plenty of fresh air and protection from bad weather. 2. Use a low nest box so that tho hens can step onto the nest. If they have to jump down onto tho nest they will break tho eggs. 3. If the nest is not on tho ground, placo a large piece of sod In tbo bottom of tho box under tbo nest. 4. Prevent hens from getting on the wrong nest. 5. Before selling, spray tho nest box with a slock dip or crcosol preparation, put in clean straw and dust tho hen with a good Insect powder. Note An excellent lico powder is made as follows: Mix one part of strength) with carbolic acid (90 throe parts of gasoline and add plaster of Paris, stirring constantly until tho liquid has all been absorbed. C. Bo sure that the hens leave ibo nest once each day. 7. Do not feed tbo chicks until tho second day after they have hatched. Mother naluro provides tbo chick with enough feed just boforc it hatches to last two days. If other feed is fed. this yolk which is left in tho chick will putrefy and cause death. Keep a careful record of your clioullry in your record book. If you bavo not received ono of theso books lot me know and I will send -- you one. Yours very truly, Jlobt. F. Spence, County Agent. Tho eiiKlno Is illleil with wnter. Club Raising Poultry: ,qulppod with n small scoop which I nm glad Hint you will bo n lowers Into the trough nnd thin picks member of llio Agricultural Gluh up the water ns the train poos nlong. Ibis year and lliat you nro planCINCINNATI MARKETS. ning lo raise poultry. All poultry members will bo required lo set Hay and Grain. tin pp or more sellings of puro-brc- d Corn No. 2 while Sl.lWf 1 (17. No. 2 eggs. If you bavo any troublo In yellow .5l.0ll.u3. No. !' yellow $l.ttli.1 securing opgs. I shall bp plad to as l.tt't. No. --' mixed $t.0.11.0l, No. :i mixed ?1.00fri.tW, white en. $1.01 slst you If you will call on mo. yellow ear 1 ffJl.tM. Kvnry pfforl should be mado to Sound liny Timothy per ton S,1triO sot your lions boforp April 15lb as fT.'Wf.:.0, clover mixed $.'!0'.j IMl.TK), clover Hip oarlv batcbod chicken Is the nnlv profitable ono. Tbo following Oats No. 2 while $101.01, No. 3 Instructions in tho raro of (heset- - while (IDCJI. No. 2 mixed UOalKMic, Unp lion bavo boon found very No. II mixed WCW'ic Butter, Eggs and Poultry. practical and tills lotlor should bo You carefully. vorv studied Iluttrr Whole milk creamery extras fancy dairy should keep all letters which you "2c, firsts 07c, seconds To Member of The Agricultural TioTweon Ibl-- rails wliTTTi 1s ?:wu. (SOe. (e, Krrs Kxtrn firsts 4lc, llrsts 40c ordinary firsts :K)c. lbs anil Live Poultry Fowls 4 over, ,'tSc, under 14 lbs :iSc, roosters 2."c ducks, while, 4 lbs and over, 35c, hen turkejs, S His and over 40c. Live Stock. Steers, pood lo choice $11. .7) comG 13.50, fair to food $1) .Wet 11 mon to fair .75l.."iO; heifers, pood lo choice $10ri0C12..V, fair to pood $S.'.0 flO..V. common to fair $5."KjHS.r0, cows, pooil to choice S'.'Oll)..''). fair to pood 5".."i()CH, ennners SI..") ,t XT) ; Mock Moors $7 11, Mock heifers .(l..VlfiS.50. Calves (lood to choice lS..V)ff10. fair to pood $12(?1S..'0, common and Cattle ", lienvy shippers Selected $H..Vltj'1"'.."i0. pood to choice packers, medium $UI, and butchers $l.i.759It, common to choice heavy fat sows $t) 12..V), lipht shippers $1.'i..'iO&'1G, pips (110 lbs and los) JlUflll. Hops law $06' 11. HAIL EASTER MORNING Peru. Remarkable Service Annually Attracts Thousands to Riverside, Cal. A rockhewn amphi- cnpnhle theater, of seating 20,000, has been built on the crest of Mt. Rubldour, near Riverside, Cnl., where each Easter morning for ten years the rising sun has been preeted by an annually Increasing body of worshipers, numberlnp last year nearly 25,000. Tho outdoor auditorium Is so constructed as to make the most of tho nntural beauties of the replon, and will be used only for religious services, such as the sunrise commemoration of Easter, which has made the pro-gra- m i Message of the Empty Tomb. of death thero Is Tho Hastcr message U the message august In something terrible and of tho empty tomb. It Is tho messagu whose presence hnto seems n mean of tho new life, higher mid purposeand miserable thing and, like a shud-oful. Do we need It? Never In ull hismelts nway. In the same motory such an outreuchlug for It. In tho ment ono thlnkH of tho boy who, at tho vision of this higher life, Iu tbo ason a faiat September bend of the rond Engine yJ''ed Whlls Traveling. surance of this unbroken Immortal life morning, looked back and waved fare Is over truo where the great futher-OoThere Is 5u JngenToua device by gate, and or well in b(hiip ctrl at a to the Ideals of righteousness, and love, which n train may pick Up water withsomo lad. not less dearly loved, who. men ran stnnd with sure trend, though out stopping. There In a shallow at another's call, left ms pieasnm tho red tides surge around them, and Hhlnelund valley to go Duck no more. contend for humuti liberty. And tho bors. with their Wo couple tho ICaster message with fertlllzo the llt rejuvenescent Christ, tho empty tomb nnd tbo angel's mescount mournfully of the whisperings tlo plots with Christian uhkhi it.-1,1,1sage, "Ho Is not here. Ho Is risen, as ho hears on the dark, dark nights tinners. In a shy profusion. ho suld." over this city of the dead. clamber up the crosses und wander The cemetery Is a tumhie-dow- n listlessly uround tho llttlo mounds. Child Killed Dy Motor Car. place. The llttlo glided Chrlsta have If any, being dead, yet speaK, sureiy Cleveland. Clutching somo pennies long since lost their gilt; tho Iron voiceless who lie here In they uro not "Puts dollars in its owner's jeans wllh which she Intruded to buy candy, crosses aro falling nwry; hrlars and this Hat little pleco of land, skirted tiy Because it's best of all machines." Florence Jauko was thistles clutnher nnd sprout everywhich hums all tho grent high road killed by an automobile. She hnd rewhere upon rusting Ironwork and rot- day with tho Intense stream of truffle. skimming' ting wood. Tho nrtlftclnl llowers ratThe turned from a Palm Sunday church , service. The aceldent was 0110 of a Record of the United States tle dryly In tho wind; u few wild number In which children were tho Separator is well ikiiowiicytvy-wher- e llowers strugglo to preserve beauty In victims tho wilderness. been beaten. and has Iteyond this old portion of tho cemeng The perfected and tery tho ground fulls rather steeply to Bowl with detached u Hat Held, and thero you see, standing row, the interchangeable, In row upon tho crosses,new white spindle and on little crosses. On unnumbered discs; also a patented titrlim of tin, ore tho numes of those Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Koonis, llaths, Klectrlc Service, transfer device for easy handling und who rest beneath. On somo thero Is washing, have added to the record of one nnmo; on most, two. Eye, Nose and Ear i Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , In the community - mountnln famous. Tho first of these services, the of which Is almost Invariable from year to year, was held In 1009 at the Instigation of Jacob Itlls, who visited Riverside every year until he died, and who saw a great spiritual EASTER PEACE IN Inspiration for the community In an Easter sunrise, viewed by a large numSOLDIER CEMETERY ber of persons In connection with religious thought. At the first service only about 100 were present, says an Holy Calm Over Long Rows of exchange. That service began, us Crosses That Mark the have nil succeeding ones, with tho Graves of Heroes in plnylnp of "The Holy City" ns a cornet solo. A hupe cross was erected to France. , catch the first glint of the rising sun. In 1011 the proprara was enlarged Through the Spring fields to practically Its present form. Of the North France l"ne. year the reading of Henry The line of a million woes, that Dyke's poem, "God of the Open Van A whisper l up The crosses shine Air," became a permanent feature. In In staggering groups and rows. 1013 Dr. Van Dyke read the poem Oh, you boys of the Silent Legion, himself. Similar services In a smaller Tou boys we used to know. way have become uumerous throughWho used to smile and love with ua. Do you know the popples blowT out the country but there Is nn Impressive solemnity which makes the Just Inside the gate Mt. Itubldoux event distinctive. The of the llttlo French new amphitheater Is looked on by cemetery, now dedilenders: In the movement ns a powerful cated to the pitiful le force In brlnplng thousands of pilgions of the souls of grimage from other states for the hoys from overseas. Is unique commemoration. the lodge of tho concierge. The concierge Is a shriveled little mnn who will sell you candles to hum for tho good of your friend's soul, nnd re- Durinp subsequent years repeated efforts were mode to send the seeds and roots of this plant to Europe, but they nlways died. It was not until 1840 that seeds shipped In n bottle of water were successfully planted In the gardens at Kew, England, from which tho plant has since been distributed over the world. The first Vlctorln Repla that bloomed In the United States was prown In the White House In nn aquatic garden under plnss, which was destroyed by tire when Andrew Jackson was president. This wonderful Illy hns leaves six feet In dlnmcter, resembling huge trnys floating en wnter. They have numerous nlr cells on the under side, mid ono of them will sustain tho weight mnn. The native womof a en of South Amerlcn put their children on these great platters while gathering the seed for food. The blossoms, which hnve n fragrance like that of a pineapple, nro white, with a pink center turning to rosy on the second day. They are from 15 to 18 Inches In diameter. 200-poun-d Ilegln. Victoria which was first discovered on the Illo Mnmore, n tributary of the Amazon, by n botnnlst named Ilnrnke, who In 1S01 was sent by the Spanish government to study the plants of 8 The most rcniarknhle of all water lilies Is the And Oalrmans are nae doot the same; The lads ye're stlckln' In the wame Fechts no fer deevllment or fame, VICTORIA REGIA, GIANT OF LILIES HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science to llio sauco. Pour tho sauco ovor CHEESE INSTEAD OF MEAT By William P. Kennedy Iho toast, forco tlio yolk through 1'orliaps tlio reason cheeso In nol a polalo rlcer or strainer, nnd battle from the Vosges to the son, aro other crosses. Some nro pathetically aslant nnd cumbered with tho mud of Flanders nnd the curious red clays of iln bill countries. Hut all, all bear the iinmcs of freh young boys nnd the more sober man from the Kngllh Mldlnnd. tho cockney who told you of tho dcrrlng-dof I.unnon blokes, nnd the bids who made these shores from "tho States." The mimes on the crosses would furnish forth nn atlas of tho world. I'rom the bush of Australia, from the rolling prairies of our own great West; from the hills of Wales and the gray scattered felNldes of Yorkshire dales; from Scotland nnd Irelnnd; from tho Holds of Flanders they hnve come. And there nre men of strange nnd unpronounceable names who knew the golden days of Indln, and men from tho deserts of Africa. A llttlo apart, like reputations under n shadow, ore the graves of a few Gennnns. A mound covers nn "unknown Chinese soldier," nnd, strangest of all, perhaps, painted on a board among the thickly strewn crosses of Christ, are the Star and Crescent of tho Prophet over the dust of a Mohammedan soldier. Ono woman lies there nn Kugllsh nurse who died on active service. Nature's Kindly Work. Some of the grnves seem very new. Hut already, In a confounding growth of pale blue flowers, each of tho older graves Is losing, save for Its llttlo cross, Its Individual Identity. Nuture Is at her task of smoothing out nnil toning down. She seems to bo tittering a fatalistic call to forget the past. Yet, standing In this little garden. In the austere presence of the multitudinous dead, ono says that when to much urges us to remember our hate. It may be well to listen to other voices which plead with us not to forget our charity. nut Julst for pride In his bit dacent canty hatne Ily some burnslde. 'HP life THE NEW 0 United States Disc Separator World's not' used in plnco of meat Is tlio misconception Hint It II seems lo is difficult to digest. bo tho popular opinion Hint llio luiilv expends nioro Inhor in assimilating cheeso limn Is required for rlhor comparnblo foods. In rcnllly it is ns easily digested ns meal nnd I s nliotil twice its "mnsclo-mak-invalue. An ounce of cheeso l.s eo' ivalont lo ono ogg, a glass of 11. Ik or two ounces of tnc.nl, nnd ho- -i v s.' of tlio economic possibilities in its sulisUtulion for meal llio w so housekeeper will And il in llicso days of high p' .ccs to uso freely tholr noglcclcd f od slaple. Cheese and crackers, wllh fruit a,d somo prepared cereal, form a ration from llio scl-- n tine standpoint. There is economy in (he cooking of cheeso dishes, for, prepared nf-t- er ordinary recipes with milk nnd hutler. they aro likely to conlnln n't re fat than meat dishes prepared in U10 usual wny; so by omitting the fat nnd using skimmed milk or water, a material saving is cffeoled. In planning menus of which cheeso dihes nro tho chlof fea-lithousekeepers should Inkc can lo diminish oilier fat foods In oider Hint llio meals mny not ho unnuly hearty. With them should ho served crisp, watery vegolahtcs such as watercress, celery and Ict-ti.with dressing or with salt n'one. or simplo fruit salads. Preference should ho given lo refreshing fruits rather than to heavy des serts. Then too, whether raw or risked, cheoe Is likely to he some-- 1 what soft, nnd so seem to call for the harder kinds of bread such as 7veiback, rye bread, crackers or cereal breakfast foods. Cheese and Vegetable Soup 2 eupfuls of slock 2 lablespoonfuls of finely chopped carrots 1 tahlespoonftil of chopped onion A very little maco 2 lablespoonfuls of butter 2 lablespoonfuls of flour IVj tenpoonfuls of salt I cupful of scalded milk Vi cupful of grated cheeso Cook tho vegetables n short timo ir. half the butter, ndd tho stock and Ibo mace, boiling for flflocn or twenly minutes. Slrain and add Thicken with flour tbo milk. cooked In llio remaining butter. Just hofoiv serving ystir In llio cheeso and cook until it is melted. Cheese and Macaroni loaf W cupful of macaroni broken into small pieces I cup of milk t cupful of soft bread crumbs lablospoonful of butter eggs lablospoonful each of chopped greon pepper lablospoonful each of chopped onion and parsley ! leaspoonftil of salt .'. cupful of grated cheeso In boiling Conk tho macaroni salted water until tender, and rlnso iu cold water. Cook tho parsloy, onion and pepper in a llttlo water with hutler. Pour ofT tho walor oallow it 10 boll nway. Heat tho egg, white and yolk separately. cutting Vix all tho ingredients, ni'd folding iu tlio stiffly beaten whites at tho last. Lino a quart baking dish with hullcrcd paper; turn llio mixturo into It; set tho b:k(ng dish in a pan of hot walor, nnd hako in a modcrato oven for of an hour; to three-fourtcne-hal- fi strvo with tomato sauco. Creamed Cheese and Eggs 3 hard cooked eggs t lablospoonful of flour t cupful of milk '6 tahlespoonful salt Fpeck of cayenno 1 oz., of grated '4 cupful, cheeso I slices of (oast Mako a thin whlto sauco with flour and milk and seasoning. Add the cheeso and, stir until melted. Chop tho egg whites and ndd thorn rn re generally spiinklo over tho toast. I I pepper Corn nnd Chooso Soufflo lablospoonful of hutler Inhlospoonful of ohoppod gtoon g" wcll-lmlanc- ed " cups of milk ' cupful of chopped corn cupful of grated cheeso .' eggs "i leaspoonfiil salt Moll Iho hullor and cook tho popper thoroughly In II. Mako n sauco out of tho flour, milk nnd choose; add tho corn, choose, egg ynlk nnd seasoning; cut nnd fold in iho while, beaten stiffly; turn inlc n hullcrcd baking dish, nnd hnko in a modornlc oven for thirty minutes. Made with skimmed milk nnd wMlioutbullor, this disli has a food vnluo slightly in excess of a pound f hoof nnd n pound of potnloos. II Is calculated to cost twenty 1 4 cupful of flour rents, 1 es, ee Crccn Corn, Tomato and Choese lablospoonful of hutler 2 cups of grated cheeso ft cupful of canned or grated fresh corn ripo tomato 4 cupful of tomalo puree 2 egg yolks I leaspoonftil of salt Vj leaspoonftil of pnprlka I clove of garlio I slices of bread Inlo Ibo molted butler stir tho ohroo until it (00 is moiled. Thou add Iho corn and pimento; si it- for a moment, and add tho egg yolks healoii anil mixed with Iho loi.Kito sauco, nnd Iho salt and tho paprika. Have ready tho bread toaslodonooosldo nnd very lightly ridibod on Its untoasted sldo with ptirlie rut iu two. Pour tho mix-lu- re ovor tho untoasled sldo of tho bread and servo at onco. Tried Bread With Cheeaa Cut slnle bread into Hun piece. Put two pieces together with g'alod cheese between them; dip inlo a mixture of egg nnd milk nnd f in butter or other fat. Brown Betty With Choeso Arrange in a deep earthenwaro huking-dis- h alternate layers of breadcrumbs nnd thinly sliced apples. Season with cinnamon; nlso a Utile cloves, if desired, and brown sugar. Scalier some finely shavod, niild, full cream choose over each layer of apples. When the dish Is full scatter breadcrumbs over tho lop and hake from thirty to forty-liv- e minutes, placing tho dish In a pan of water so tho pudding will n l burn. If preferred this may be swonlonod wilh molasses mixed with an equal amount of hot water and poured over (he top, half a ci pful of molasses being sufficient for n quart pudding dishful. Choose mny bo used In placo of bidler in a similar way in other apple puddings. Apple plo mado wilh a layer of finely shaved cheese over tho npplo nnd baked in (he usual way is liked by many who arc fond ( cheeso served with apple pie. 1 sea--iiuM hs Mven-yoiir-ol- d self-adjusti- Berea College Hospital Sun-l'arlo- closest skimming, ease of operation. all-rou- Everywhere Crowes. Here, In this Hat pleco of ground, Oilier patented features help to make New Garments at Easter. the New United States Disc Separator skirted by u great high road which To neglect tho putting on of some hums ull duy with tho Intense truMc Septhe foremost and best uow urtlclo of dress on Rastof reconstruction, the nds of tho entirely arator ever manufactured. er Sunday was at ono timo regarded are gathered. Those who have A free dcuioiutratioa will prove . GENERAL PRACTICE fi Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Koiiekt II. Cowlkv, M.D., Physician llAKLAN jj J ested dairymen. it to all inter- earth Come and see R. H. CHR1SMAN Beret:, Kentucky 213 reached this resting place liavo come by devious ways from starting points iih far removed as tho Kast Is from the West; but ull, like jetsam on a stream, have been sucked to the center of the vortex, and now they lie quietly side by side In this tint little piece of land. And then, ulong tho sore old lino of us sure to bring had luck, und certainly this Is 0110 of tho practices which has lost nothing with tho Increase of years. Only now it has been slightly altered, so that to hovo no new clothes to exhibit at tho Kaster parade Is considered sulllclenlly bad luck In Itself, without tho fear of any further misfortunes that may result from It, Mahoakkt S. Grant, M. I Physician Miss Marv I.onoackr, K.N., Superintendent Miss Nkllik Millkh, K.N., Mead Nurse DUOLKV, M.D., PllTSlcian CHANCE IN RATES Beginning March 1, the rates for board and room ol private patients will be I15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day, lly Ordrr of Prudential Committee, Herea College April I, H20. TUB CITIZEN Pago Sevan The Big March Sale to be Continued for Ten Days We Have Decided To Continue The- - Big Furniture Sale at Our Store for the First 10 Days in the Month of April There has been n great number of our country friends who have been unable to attend the sale and have expressed a desire to take advantage of some of the unusual low sale prices that have prevailed on our entire stock during the month of March. Since we started the sale, load nfter load of furniture has been received by us from the large manufacturers, which we have decided to throw in this wind-usale. We are reserving only the Victrolas and Columbia Grafanolas, which we are unable to reduce for this sale, but there are remarkable reductions on every piece of furniture in our two large rooms, and with the steadily advance of price in this line, you can not possibly make a mistake in buying, for the future. Remember we do as we advertise. If we quote a price in our advertisement, you will find that we live up to that price, regardless of market conditions. We take pleasure in telling you that a carload of Leonard Refrigerators will be received this week, and will be included in this sale at the same reduction of price that prevails on all other stock. p Mattresses Host Good Hair Mattross 835.00 $45.00 $35.00 Rugs sale salo salo salo salo salo salo salo salo salo salo salo prico prlco prico prlco Grand Rapids Bed Room Suits 1 1 Ostormooro Ostormooro Kaypock Kaypock 832.00 $3000 $32.00 Felt Felt Felt $25.00 $20.00 $18.00 Felt Felt Combination Combination $15.00 $10.00 8 8.50 value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, price prico prico prico prico prico prico price $2950 $38.50 $29.08 $27.18 $21.08 $27.48 $21.48 $17.08 $14.08 $12.08 9 8.03 $ 0.08 Wilton Velvet nugs 0x12 Turkestan Hugs 0x12 Axminstcr Hugs $100.00 value, sale prico $79.50 $85.00 value, sale prico $5950 $89.00 value, salo prico $09.50 $75.00 value, $05.00 value, $55.00 value, $10.00 value, $35.00 value, $25.00 value, $18.00 value, $1500 value, $15.00 value, $ 850 value, $ 050 value, ..$155 . Bed Springs Hunt noyal Doublo Simmons Double Deck Simmons Slumber King Shannons Autocrat II. A. Axminstcr nugs Axminstcr nugs 0x12 Axminstcr nugs Tapestry Brussels nugs Tapestry Brussels nugs Wool Fibre Hugs Crcx nugs Crex nugs Fibro nugs Straw Matting Straw Matting ltiirlap Linoleum '. salo sale salo sale salo salo sale salo salo salo salo price price prico prico prico prico prico prico prico $02.50 $5950 $1750 $31.50 $2950 $1950 $16.08 9.08 9.98 0,98 4.98 I 1 1 1 1 1 $ $ price $ prico $ Mahogany Queen Anno Suit, vanity dresser $350.00 value only Mahogany Windsor Suit, with vanity dresser $350.00 value American Walnut Colonial Suil, $300.00 valuo Colonial Golden Oak, $300.00 valuo Colonial Golden Oak, $250.00 value Four Poster, $275.00 valuo Imitation Mahogany Windsor, $110.00 value Satin Walnut Windsor, $125.00 value $298.00 $298.00 $298.00 $298.00 $198.00 $121.00 $89.98 $109.00 Parlor Suits 1 1 1 Deck.... $22.00 value, salo prlco $22.00 Host Good $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $12.00 $10.00 ? 8.50 8 $ Shannons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons ROCKERS $.moo $3250 $2? 50 $1250 818.00 ?UU0O 8LU00 050 5.00 value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, sale sale salo salo salo salo salo salo sale prico prico prico prico prico prico prico prico prico $1850 $1850 $11.03 $11.08 $11.08 3 0.98 $ 7.08 $ 0.08 $ 5.08 8 3.08 Felt Base .. 75c per squaro yard per squaro yard Parlor Suit Parlor Suit $050.00 $550.00 $450.00 Grand Rapids Dining Room Furniture 1 1 1 1 American Walnut, Queen Anno. $350.00 Mahogany Queen Anno Suit. . .$325.00 American Walnut, Windsor... $350.00 $325.00 Mahogany Windsor value, value, value, value, salo salo sale salo prico $298.00 $209.00 $289.00 $209.00 Parlor Suit Parlor Suit 1 Parlor Suit 2 Parlor Suits 1 Parlor Suit Parlor Suit 2 Parlor Suits 1 1 $330.00 $350.00 $285.00 $150.00 $110.00 $ 85.00 $ 75.00 price prico prico 1 1 1 Davenello Davenello Davenetto $ 00 00 $ 50.00 value, value, valuo, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, value, salo salo salo salo salo salo salo salo sale salo sale salo price prico prico prico prico prico prico prico prico price prico prico $498.00 $398.00 $365.00 $298.00 $198.00 $149.00 $12458 $ 89.00 $ 69.98 $ 59.00 $ 49.98 $ 39.98 FIBRE ROCKERS $20 93 $28 .98 $18 .98 8 8. OS $13 .08 $17. .08 $14 .98 $10 .93 $28, .98 $20..03 $18 .03 $21 .93 $13, ,93 $14 .98 DINING CHAIRS $13.03 $10.00 BRASS BEDS $ 7.98 $ 4.93 $ 5.98 $ 4.98 825.00 840.00 PEDESTALS $20.93 $3350 $17.08 $11.93 $ 9.98 $12.98 $11.08 ,$ 1.00 $1050 8IS.00 810.00 ...a HICKORY ROCKERS $14.03 $ 8.98 $ 0.00 8 $3.75 $ 2.75 750 8 7.00 8 5.00 82250 $15.00 $ 2.08 5 $ 2.25 CHIFFEROBES $ 3.98 $ 3.25 135 81250 810.50 $13.00 $10.00 8 8.50 '. $15.00 $.1250 $30.00 82250 825.00 $ 7.00 $1250 $2250 $ $ $ $ 8.08 0.03 G.98 0.03 $ 4.00 8 2.75 S0 $57,50 $'.5.00 $43.98 50 , 8 5.00 8 5.75 $ 4.00 .50 8 2.50 $ i.08 $ 4.! $ 1.08 $48.98 $39.98 $35.00 $23.98 1 CEDAR CHESTS $15.00 $30.00 $12.98 $20.93 $24.93 $2750 DRESSERS $40.00 $18.08 $ 3.48 $3250 830.00 SETTEES 84A50 $20,00 HICKORY SWINGS 825.00 810.50 81050 $1850 8 0.00 $1250 $10.00 8 9.00 $ 7 ,98 $ 0,.03 $ 8..08 818.08 $16.08 $ 255 DINING TABLES $18.50 82250 $27.50 832.50 $ $ $ 1.08 11.08 11.70 $3250 $27.50 $35.00 SMOKING STANDS 81250 81050 8 $14 .98 $18 .08 $23. ,98 $20 ,98 $39, ,93 $51 .50 $ 7.93 $ 0.98 $ 5.98 $3000 $25.00 LIBRARY TABLES $35.00 $25.00 $34.50 $2450 $21.98 $2350 $29.98 $7,.93 $ 0 .50 $ 4 .93 '$21,,93 $ 7.00 8 0.00 825.00 $21.98 $13.08 HICKORY STANDS 850 TELEPHONE STANDS 815.00 $11-0- $15.50 800.00 IRON BEDS $25.00 $ 8.50 $ $ 0.93 050 BABY BUGGIES $35.00 $35.00 FACTORY PRICES ON STRAIGHT PIANOS $ 4.08 $29.93 $21.98 $29.03 $30.00 $1250 8 5.00 $25.00 82P.50 8 9.00 $ $ 0, ,98 I, ,25 $21 .03 McDOUGAL KITCHEN CABINETS $95.00 875.00 $07.00 803.00 812.50 $19, ,03 $24. ,93 $11. $10.00 8(250 8 0.50 8 0.00 $15.00 $18 .08 $ 7, .98 $ 0 .98 8 5 .75 $ 4, ,93 $12. ,98 $08.08 $01-9- $30.00 $15.00 WOOD BEDS $15.00 83250 $25.00 $1250 $10.50 $20.00 5 7,08 $ 0.03 $13.93 $10.00 $54.08 $49.93 $3450 $33.98 $ 9 .98 $27, .98 $10, ,93 $3750 840.00 $17.93 $31.93 $33.08 $61.03 85.00 $475.00 reduced to reduced to $425.00 $375-0$500.00 reduced to A few used Pianos will bo sold $175-0during this salo at Sovcral used Organs will bo sold at $25.00 $000.00 $550.00 MUNCY BROS. Furniture and Undertaking Clay Building West Main Street Richmond w I'ago Eight THE CITIZEN April I, 1020. i Delia Bowman, of Cincinnati, 0., llzen. Hurrah for Tho Citizen H niany readers, who holds n prominent position In ? , a rlolhlng deparlmpnl, will bo homo Itockford in May, taking recreation Tho ep- 'l.bmle, Influenza, sppids lo ho sub- - llockford, March 2S. rtov. G. E. 'siding sincp Hip warm sunshlnohas Childress, ttf llroilbeail, passed thru tp Saturday on his way lo Wnl- j --V appparpd. Thp Hoard of Suprrvl- U No eonrtvmimtt publlthnl unlf m linmi In full tr the wrilf r. The nme T. Stephens, who has l not for publication, but iin rtfcl.nce of ironj faith. Writ pUlnlr. mpt last Monday and waked Inrrlon-- .!. ot III., frmnr nr.. spn.llntr notices of '""I pneumonia, Is able to 1)0 Ollt T qpp Mint Bfltll. Wesley Hllllpn, wIlO ll.lS bad II. n "is,p ,on tlinlr tnml folks n social Saturday night which , l niuMinionla Is slowlv itnnrovlnir -County News . nn,i Mr. Hoiisln John Wplcb, who haschargo s neiicr-Mi- me dpparlmrnt slorp. has re- - ' Wesley Dakcr, who have been in of the seeds, tt.Mied from N'pw York, an.l has on I'nvo put out sonio garden Hamilton, 0., sinco their marriage, McKoe Plpaso lowing has bpgun. Oat sowing H hitml Hip Monroo CIoIIips. McKpp, March 2. Miss CIpo Ba- - January 17, will return Monday to J. M. Hullen had a A.D.B. ,'lW ""1 8 kpp and Clarence Davit. sludenls of the home of Hip hridp whprp llipy send mpovor a suil, Cousin fANNA'S ror" shupkiifg last week with about Earnestvllle Berea Collegp, arp visiting homp-fnl- ks me planning lo farm this summer. 20.-- Mrs. Ella i"nly hands. -S- cvpral rarinpr Fnrnplvillp. March J A- - lnne is spending a few for n few days. Miss Baker Is slowly Improving after an "round hero nro out of feed owing wax accompanied homp by Miss weeks with friends and relatives in Mnoro t rlV feeding last railHorn Fannie illi.pss of two Mr.yrs, from WVsl Virginia. Super Grandma Click this community. Hip cupsI of Ida Bow- - ' Mw. Wesley Hullen, a lino girl, t:.n,ilinn intention! Andy Creech, from Ows has been ill for tho past week. Sunday night. A number of March 27. Hugh nnd Cecil Linvlllo ley Cotinly. pallpd on H. F. Mlntpr Most of Iho young folks at this man nrp in Iho loru'l. post business. yesterday Spvpral iiipii who liavo plnce ntlpnded church at Owsley vrting ppoplp atlpnded church at Tin sawmill Tin J. W. Todd's farm MIssps nerlha Dplvinla Sunday. been serving on tin Jury havo Iho Fork Sunday. John Barrett and some now aflpr a long Flan-er- y, is sawing llu Horn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilcolor fnmily of Dayton, 0., nro visiting ami Clara Porter and Hubert Hip In n moment's time you can fiRurc out how of npar Ppbworlh. wprp Iho ret Win. Rich hns been on Johnson, March 21, a hoy a girl Mrs. narretl's mother, Mrs. Mary sick list, hut is ahlo to be out again. much cheaper it will bo to use Hnnnn's Green Seal Gabwas horn nl Hip home of Mrs. Sam Morris, nnd other rclntlvcs. Mrs. entsls of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hennie and Jimmie Anglin have Paint on your property than inferior l'otlpr (ho samp night. Mr. and L;uira Smith, of Herea, is sppnding bard Saturday night and Sunday. from Hamilton. 0, wltht Brandenburg's "cheap" paint. Green Seal spreads farther, it .r .r .1 Mrs. Brown Farmer and children a few days with her parents. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Waller i m-uv- "'. ....i nn- - iim excels in covering' power, and surpasses in length arc visiting Mr. Farmer's parents itwl Mrs. J. D. Hatfield. Lizzio Pow- lillle son has pneumonia fever. llock- Qui " a crowd was at at Manlden. Thp adult Bible class ell, who has been seriously ill for Mr Stamper, of Beattvville, was fnr' Sntun ay Sponcer Abney had of service. d.r ner guest of C. T. Gabbard last had a surprise parly Thursday some lime, is slowly recovering. It protects the wood surface through tho hottest Thursday. James Young's family " p"ning for Mr. and Mrs. Trultl, it Carico summers, and the coldest, wettest winters. Hoth were visitors nt Henry Gahbard's b"ing Mr. Trullt's hirthday. Mr. Carico, March 27. W. H. Roberls Big Cloar Crook beautifies nnd preserves. Shuts out decay and Truill and family will lpavn this ha- - bought n farm near Brooks-vill- e, Wednesday night. Tho farmers aro Hig Clear Creek, March 20 There ugliness. Tho exact formula appears on every all busy sowing oals and preparing rppk for their new homo at CorneInd., and has moved to It. was church at tho Hammonds package. CI ln nllnf rArn lius. It Is with rpgrct vp give them Bert Summers Is able lo ho about Mintr tnn.l tnr Saluniay night and las Simpson has moved into Preston up, as they wprp good citizens and again-- Tho farmers nro beginning n.'.i,i.nr.ra sold ny i.m.so nii nni.i.nrH , 'day. Bro. Lambert, of aiaio congenial neighbors. Mrs. Amanda to sow oats. There was nullo a lck. WMS tllO prCaCllCr. A largo rtnmn l.nmo frnm Tlmvln. lnl vook Welch nnd Everett Isaars, bcUh of number attended court this week wn I,rc?p"1- T0 this place, were marripd at thn at McKpp. Aunt Rutha Millburn where I.p has been employed for r,my thcro every third Saturday home of the hrido last Thursday. fell while moving lo Livingston, and siune lime. night and Sunday in each month. Main Street Bere Kentucky Wo wish them a long nnd prosper- crippled herself. Isaac Hincs had Hvecyono is invited lo come. Miss CLAY COUNTY ous life. Superintendent II. F. Min-l- a working last week and got a good Ida Hammonds and Sherman Sellers- Vine has the flu. day's work done. Rev. Tom Fau- guests of Miss Myrtle Vine. March 27. Married, at tho were the br.s has consulted tho doctor about Jiinnn Karl Sunday ovenlng. Miss Bond his soro leg. Mrs. Cora Roberts has bride's home, March 20, Mr. Moso .N'annio Swinford entertained a Everybody is nld $22 worlh of soup beans. Jno. Hignlte. of Slringtown, to Mis3 Bes- number of young folks Sunday' Bjnnd, (March 2! busy sowing oats. The following Couch was hero from Indiana las sie Wilson, of Malcom. The Rev. Denipsie anil Myrtlo Hart made n1 weddings havp occurred since our week nnd bought a pair of mules I.rvi Penninglon ofllciated. They business trip to Berea last Thurs- -' planning to make Ihpir homo in Inst writing: Predion Lewis to Mat-$."00, of W. H. Roberts, and drove are I -where the groom was .ay. Clarence Abrams, of Big Hill, Willis, Henry Davis lo Eva them back last week. employed before ho enlisted In (he was in this vicinity ono day last Moore, Dewey Cnllihan to Lizzie t'nited Stales Army. Ira Penning- wp.'k. Mrs. Fannio B. Hart and Mrs.' Willis, and Charley Baldwin to OWSLEY COUNTY ton and family and Lop Coffey nnd l'.lia Mulling were tho wclcomo visitntid between Grace FuIIington. We wish Ihein Island City ml danger or frmily sppnt Sunday last with Mr. itors of Mrs. Daisy Swinford last nil much joy Sunday-schowill i Island Cily, March 25. The Siiinhiy. Demps'ic R. Hart Is on fnm ii lire on nnd Mrs. Tom Coffey Mr. ami Mrs. begin at the Pigeon Roost school-houSaturday night at tho Hit sick list this week. W. G. lite your roof? next Sunday at 2:00 p. m. heme of Misses Jcssio and Grova T. X. Roberts took dinner with Mr. Mullins had a clearing Wednesday. In.surair ; compnniei Evprybody invited to come. Mr. Bowman was a success. A largo and Mrs. James Pennington Sunday. good number attended and did a Holl Itoofingi re place Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cof-fp- y, and Mrs. Monroe Pennington and crowd gathered. Among the guests I. to Shingles in a boy. His name Is George Ray. .I of work which pleased him very Miss Rena Taylor arc visiting rel- was Dewey Marcum and sister, riLA"f""S nppriivetl for Therp was church at Undo Mr. and Mrs. Levi Penninglon, Sr., n.uch. atives here. Mrs. Emmet L. Mul-li- ns Birdie, of Ethel, Charlie Smith. lowest insur ice rates. also Lizzie Ppnnington, spent Sun-da- y John Decs' Wednesday night, with died Wednesday. She leaves a Jnmes Carter, Sizemore, Asher pinl al tendance Rev. James HarThey nro spark-pnw- f, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Penwith husband and one child. Wo extend Howcl Davidson, Lawrenco King, easy to lay and ninglon. Most of tho farmers aro din had a clearing Thursday, hav-m- sr "our sympathies to her bereaved nnd many others. Mr. Sizemore and Iwenty-seve- n . work hands. very duralile. family and friends. Mrs. Polly Fox Miss Marcum made music on the vrry far behind with their work. Asfallslatc Shinnies nro nnd Mrs. Matilda Iteynolds were organ, supplemented with talking Jr hn Pennington Is able, to lako furnished in red or green ESTILL COUNTY guests of Mrs. Sallie Johnston, Sun- machine by R. J. Bowman. Tho bis fish hook and visit tho creek. ' crushed jlnto surface. Non-fadiWitt day. Frank Price has moved to the crowd remained until a lato hour, Wr are glad to seo him Improving mid attractive. No sr, nicely. Isaac Penninglon, on his Witt, March ' 29. Everybody Is p'aco of J. H. Pennington vacated when Mrs. Bowman called hcdtlmo. painting or other by Tom Gabbard, who has moved to The crowd dispersed to their re- way from Grassy Branch Monday P' Hinp busy about their farming. night, was very unfortunate by los- - Miss Emily Winn returned homo cxixmim:. Mocrea Creek. Walter Moore, who spective homes. A. B. Carmack lT'f fflMP Cncna flf nrrr n(T Ilia nttinnA Holl H(Mifings arc furnrvn fmtll Tlnfnn rat Cnll1r1n has been very sick with pneumonia, S art th,? 25lh ?. hiking nished in tale, mien, (teblilo sixteen dozen. Come she had been attending school- .-! is slowly .'imprioviDg'j Mrs. Jerry Ind., where they will and crushed slate Mirfnce, iork and Mrs. F. P. Dabolt visited make their home. J. D. Ray has again. Burning Springs, and help us Misses Mary and Daly Winn, Mag- -' und your choice of several keep Tho Citizen readers Interested, pip J.co and Cordelia Gum, Edith the liltle sick boy of John Seal last exchanged his Carmack farm to weights. nn.l McGeorge, Webber Gum w eek. Henry McGeorge for his property Consult us about and Hill Boain, attended church ati HOoFlN0 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY at Island City. McGcorgo will lako your roof. Wiseniantown Saturday night. Goochland Kerby Knob possession of tho Carmack farm at fissps Emily and Anna Winn aro! ."k, Goochland, March 29. We wore Kerby Knob, March 28. Farmers once Mary Peters, wife of Jacob aro quite busy preparing for their Peters, Is low with bronchitis andi,'r' im,ch 'I'snppointed on tho last visiting HiPir sister, Mrs. Jennings ,, Hamilton, of Irvine. Bovd Wilt R. Click had a grubbing other troubles J Oscar Morris, who I il 11 3 11,1) III .UUltll Oil ilUUUIIUl Ul Phon. BEREA, KY. Clear and briar cutting Saturday Stomo hns been among homo folks for a Ol.p nrpnpllPr tint pntninL' In urnnpl. mi' a iiiruiu.iy party inursuay U &. N. Drpot 113 1,is sist,r'3' Mr3- - A1- - WHU for us. UnclP Jim Garrett has nW al of our citizens attended circuit few days, has returned to Missiscourt at McKee last week Mr and sippi. Tho mail has failed to ar r.ovpd to his new home on tho old Mrs. Mart Abrams gave the young rive because of high water Miss slato road near Leonard Martin's GARRARD COUNTY Circuit court at McICoo convened Brvnntswiiin " " n the 22nd M. B. Gabbard Is still Bryanlsviile, March 28 Mrs.Joel very poorly from rheumatism. Marsep i3 ill w ith flu Eilwin Wylio -J- ame3 Durham and family bavoj Mrs. W. B. Johnson, of Whiles Sta- A. 1. Gabbard is planning to mako a and Troy Hoguo mado a business Miss, ii n, visited Mrs G. M. Anderson (lu,t'' 1,1 WltM mllueuza drumming trip thru tho mountains (rip to Louisville last Wednesday. Marfc'iirt't Croushorn returned to Saturday and Sunday. -- John J. Jones soon-- M. B. Gabbard is fitting up s. W. Halconih has purchased rj',,',r,,a Collcgo last Tuesday Kolly Id his farm to John Anderson of Ins sloro with new goods and is r. S. two-Io- n truck Mrs. Alfred ""Bm' of Gcorgotown, visited his Big Hill. Aunt Sallio Johnson, who Laving a hustling trade. Ho is swono has bppn miiln 111 with flu s"" I'roy Boguc, al tho Bryantsvillo has been l onllned to her bed so paying nign prices ror all Kinds or; Miss Margaret Croushorn was tho gi.iage Several pupils ftrom tho lung, died tho 27th and was Interred iyantsilp school enjoyed a vory mi iho Silver Creek ccmelory tho eountry produce. Wo hope tho' pleasant guest of Miss Ethel Wylio Returns to its before-the-wpleasant day off at Frankfort last 2Hlh. Slio was 03 years old, and will soon get better so peo-,la- st Sunday. Miss Lillio Mao Ar-n- lc high standard of quality was loved and respected by all. Sho can get around Wiley Hurley n..ld has returned homo after a visit Tuesday. l.avos three sons and two daughpi d several others visited Gooch- - to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arnold's ters, besides several grandchildren on last hunday. Undo I'eto M.ss Anne Mos3 nnd mother, from MADISON COUNTY ami a host of frionds. Wo extend I.eger diPd a Tew days ago. Ho was Stanford, were visitors at tho Silver Creek i old soldier and a good honest I'ryanlsvillo High School last wcok. (ConUontd on frifli rift) Creek, March 29 Mr. and sder East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else niv,iMr r'l Jackson "'"" lam u-n- s iOureifout- v 0 '"" ARNETT BROTHERS or Hi fr ol so ng tip-kee- p - crops. "'I;; Stephens & Muncy No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar Once Tried Always Used .i-- $2.00 in Merchaidise Free witk $2.00 Purchase Some Bifir S $2.00 in Merchandise Free with $2.00 Purchase On Saturday, April 10th, to the first 1500 customers in our Grocery Department we will give absolutely free with a $2.00 cash purchase of groceries a basket containing $2.00 in merchandise. This will undoubtedly be the biggest event of its kind ever held. For detailed information see 6ur page ad in Welch's Store News which gives all the articles contained in these free baskets. REMEMBER SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 Kentucky's Greatest Store Welch Department Store Berea, Madison County Kentucky