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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 8, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 cit1920040801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 8, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) CO. WM. G. FROST, FJ.Kw.ln.CMW J. O. LEHMAN, M.n.iln, Editor Kntrrtd at Itit Pontefiirt at limn, Kv- - at rnnJ unilrr Art of Murrk, lift. Hat VMiW AYrry Thurtday at Jltrra, Ktl "Vol. XXI Fivo Cents per Copy "Oeroted to t33.e Interests of tYie MIoixiitgLin People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The Citizen KIWITCKY APRIL 8, 1020. Our Threefold Aim: To give tho ncwa of Dcrea nnd vicinity;, lo record tho happenings of Hcrca College; to bo of Interest lo all tho Mountain Pcoplo. Ono Dollar nnd Fifty Cents por Year Number 41. Kentucky News Coal Pinoville, Ky., April . operators In this section arc still handicapped by lack of cars. Last week ono of tho biggest mines on' straight Crook was ablo to run only. M liour.H in six working days be-- ) cause of this lack and nnothcr smaller mine had only ono car tho rHiro week. U. S. News financial Tho united natlon-wid- o rnnvas or Uio Intcrchurch World Movement will begin nt 2 o'clock. Sunday afternoon, April 25, with live minutes of silent prayer on tho part of Christian men nnd women in every city nnd lown, on farms nnd in homes nnd in many forolgn Inmls. Now BLOODY CELEBRATION WorUNews Herbert York, April 3 Hoover who has announced ho Is ready to nccept tho Republican Presidential nomination if it is of him, issued a statement today In which lie requested ho bo not further embarrassed by suggestions of some Independents that his name be placer! beforo any other party, as "a primary senso of teamwork in any parly organization would precludo such n possibility." Mr. Hoover said in his statement Ik had no great record of partisan activity anil "admitted" that his political activity was confined lo RepubIn llioir mirsuil for tho 05 stolen membership in n prominent r. I. IV. ...1.1.1,.. II. u i. ..... - ' lican club nnd allegiance to tho 1 srs til wm&ny nu3 Ho taken from under government soal pnrty over n period of years. of his profesat Hie Old Tarr distillery several added thai, because week? ago. federal agcnls havo ar- sion of mining engineer, continual rested Will Clark, Dennis Clancy sh'fl of residenco had prevented ho nnd I). Thompson on n temporary him from exercising as much as ilr sired the privilcgo of every citicharge of transporting liquor from zen at tho polls. Lexington to Carlisle. Wc arc Washington, April 3. The men wcro ordered to bo held io Federal Court at Covington by now entering n month of.dcclsivo CimtiiKMloner S. S. Ynnlis Saturday political events. Tho only primary if any imporlanco so far hold was nnd pleaded guilty to tho cliargo. the South Dakota one. Hut April will bo crowded by priLondon, Ky, April 5. V. It. Walker, Curtis Witt, Charles Karr maries of much moro meaning Mjan Hy tho twcnly-eigh- lli and W. Messor, four young men who South Dakota's. of tills montli it ought (o be came here from Coibin for a danco,' were arrested by Chief of Police' possible (o mako somo qullo confiAsher and lodged In Uio federal dent deductions regarding both tho jail upon the charge of violating Hr publican nnd tho Democratic nom the federal prohibition net. Thrco inalions. ip'arls of moonshine whiskey were taken from them nnd an aulomobilo Washington, April 5. Democratic and pistol confiscated. House leaders today assured their colleagues that tho President would Frankfort, Ky April C. When resubm.lt tho peace treaty to tho Oovornor Morrow today granted Senate, and make unnecessary pasfull and free pardons to Ceorgo sage of tho joint resolution to de.Alexander, Hourbon county, nnd clare wnr with Germany nt an end. Floyd county, i Voty Zannicjillli, "lit extended excculivi clemency 16 (he. high and low In life. Alexander Fargo, N. D., April 4, Tho first wr.s convicted upon various indictNorth Dakota's law enchnrging him with misappro- raso under ments acted lo establish tho legitimacy of priating the funds of (ho Alexander children born out of wedlock has bank in Paris, of which ho was in Case county boon completed president. He was a member of an courts and a child so born has reinfluential family. Zannlchilli Is ceived its father's name and been an Italian who killed n fellow work The declared bis legitimate heir. man while working nl a mining law was passed by I ho legislature camp in Floyd County.. At tho timo March 1917. he .was but 10 years of ago nnd had. in n bis friends only n few Italians, all of whom were unablo lo speak Washington. April I. At tho bi Knglish. ennial convention of tho General Federation of Women's Clubs, lo bo Denmark', which before had been held in Dps Moines, Iowa, Juno 16 ns placid, busy, nnd opulent l( 23, plans will bo mado for n confrom prollts accruing through (lie emit wnr, shows n strong disposition to get servation campaign by overy club in tho country in cooperation with Into the limelight of disturbance. democrats have boon active for the American Forestry Association. abolition of the monarchy, a ronend Mrs. Mary K. Sherman, of Chicago, strike mid the Inauguration of n ro chairman of tho conservation depubltc. A strong display of military portment of tho fcdert'lpn, lins suforce rnnlilrd the gou'rnment to moot pervised tho making of tho nrrango-mrnl- s. the llrst outbreaks of trouble, success-fullComing ns It did with other Kiiropcnn uprisings, the assumption that It Is coiinectoil with tbrm nml Congress Wnshingfon. April 5. pnrt of n general plnn U not unwarranted. The prosperous condition of wns asked formally loday to approthe country In the principal nuKury priate $120,727,311 lo wind up the for lack of success of any radical de- nflairs of tho Railroad Administrasigns. tion. In requesting tho fund, Walker MICKIE SAYS D. Hlnes, railroad administrator, placed tho loss resulting from tho Government's experienco in Federal control at $900,178,750. In addition, the Government baa $900,803,300 owing It by tho roads, tho monoy -V. ... nrM1 If eniUO fovivA having been advanced for opornllng Ultiexpenses and boltermonts. mately this fund will bo repaid. Richmond, Ky., April .1. At a meeting of cill.ena and tho Madison Fiscal Goiirl, Thursday nflcrnoon, a surilciPiit amount of money was subscribed lo secure government aid in constructing a Federal highway over Iho bod of tho Lancaster plko. running from Paint Lick and tho nly limits of Hicbmond. Tho will give half of the ninoimi, WS.OOO, the county $31,000, ?20,000 being subscribed by private citizens living on and near the mad. Tho total cost of tho road will bo 108,000. gov-envm- a it 1 t PROFESSOR WILLIAM J. HUTCHINS I Accepts Presidency of Berea College A telegram received Wednesday morning announced the decision of Prof. VVm. J. Hutchins, of Oberlin College, to accept the call to the presidency of Berea College, which was extended to him at the last meeting of the Board of Trustees, March iSth. Many of our readers will remember the gracious personality of whovisited Beea and gave the r ch 25th. President-Elec- t - Robert G. Hutchins, Hutchins is the' son of the Rev. Dr. acting pastor of the Union Church So-cl- y. at Berea. His early education was secured in Brooklyn, N. Y., and at Oberlin, Ohio. While in Oberlin College, he was a pupil of President Frost. He was graduated at Yale University in 1892. He returned to Oberlin for two years as a student in the Theological Seminary and later studied at Union Theological Seminary in New York City where he was graduated in 1896. He was ordained to the ministry in 1896 and immediately accepted the pastorate of a large and influtntial church in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he remained for eleven years. In 1907 he became Professor of Homiletics in the School of Theology at Oberlin College from which position he comes to accept the presidency of Berea College. Those who have been in the confidence of President Frost have known for some time that he has been diligently seeking for a man who could be his successor. His untiring efforts on behalf of the College have impaired his health to such a degree that his physicians have urged him to relinquish administrative duties. It is a great satisfaction to know that his successor is qualified by training and temperament to continue with vigor the great work to which Berea College is committed. It is interesting to observe that in calling Professor Hutchins from Oberlin the Trustees have added another chapter to the historical relations between Oberlin and Berea, for the first teacher, John A. R. Rogers, his successor President Edward H. Fairchild, and President Frost were all Oberlin men. New Feature to Begin Next Week. In the next issue of The CITIZEN we shall begin a new feature which will appear every week. This column will be contributed by Dr. Karl T. Waugh, Dean of the College Department. The items which it will contain are pungent, timely references to current topics of local and national interest. They will be found to be well worth reading, and you will do well to form the habit of reading them each week. Dr. Waugh is an experienced newspaper writer, and The Citizen is fortunate in securing him to write these articles. J. O. L. A very iniporlnnt meeting of tho I.rngno of Nations will ho held In Home toward the end of April. At TORCHES APPLIED IN IRELAND Mils lime rules for procedure must he ndoplcd, M10 plan for nn InterREVENUE OFFICES DURNED nal ional court passed on, tho qtics-li- en BY MASKED RAIDERS of returning German and Auslrinns in flussin to their native lend considered, and labor problems y In Defiance of British Military Violent Steps Opposed By and llnancinl relations between tho Sinn Fein Chleft Heavy Losses nations or tho world discussed. A I II lie Caused By Numerous Fires. later a meeting will bo hold Brussels. Many noted men aro Westr rn. Newspaper Union News Bervlce consenting lo servo tho League in Dnlilln. 1'iiHtcr Sunday, tho fourth various capacities. anniversary of tin-- bnmly uprising that ' laid the fmimltitlnn for Ilic Mnmt-whlThe decision of the German movement for an Independent roptuV government lo send troops to tho Ic. ended without the threat of a repetition of Hie revolt having been curried niimher of forly thousand into tho out. However, organized Incendiarism neulrnl zone nlong tho cast bank of throughout Krln liegnn, Is the Sinn the Ilhino has aroused much anx-iel- y. Felner's reply to Hie Ooverninent's Tho Germans claim that tho Knster dlsplny of force. With the move was necessary on nccount of snme cunning, system nnd secrecy (he altitude of tho radicals in that ' wbli which the many rnlds of police section and tho fear of an ex'en-sin- n nnd nillltnry have been carried out durof cxlrcmo socialistic doctrines. ing the Inst few months, the rebels or n group of extremists masked and Tlie French nro In doubt In regard nrmed, applied the torch to (lovern-nien- t lo the genuineness of the need. No wildings) nnd olllees, especially permission was granted by tho Altnx hurentis In Dublin anil other towns. lies and tho move Is a violation of 1'ollce and lire guards were kept busy the treaty. throughout the day, though In most Instances they came too late to save ha-- , It is noteworthy that Franco portunt otllclnl records. England'.! military mnehlne has this seems disposed lo act with moro Island In an Iron grip, and, unlike the independence in tho future as sho lead- does not feel that she can rely on f:mitlcs of 101C, the present-daers of the rebel movement realized It hrr former allies to secure for her nml passed the word In good season what sho considers her Interests. to nil brothers of the faith of freedom It was this altitude that led PresHint there was to be no attempt to shake off the "chains" hy force. In- - ident Wilson lo make tho slate-mo- nl recently, which has been qiilto steud, the Sinn Fclners used the weap- -' ons of Incendlnrlsin, nnd used It wlt'i widely criticized, in which ho reof quar- ferred lo the militant policies of , damaging effect In n number police barracks were Ihe present Prime Minister. ters. Sixty-on- e Tho revenue position of Franco Is a very diffidestroyed nnd twenty-on- e ofllces raided nnd their contents burn- cult ono indeed. Sho cannot afford ed throughout the islnnd. A mnn be- In cut loose from her allies and yet lieved to be Private Ijiwrpnco McKen-r.lof Itelfnst, wns found, shot she cannot afford to cxposo herself through tho head, In Ilowth, southeast lo danger along tho Rhino border. of this city. It Is thought the wound will prove to be tfatal. The Slan Another indication of French InFein plan to destroy six British rec- dependence is tho policy regarding ords and plunge tho country's admin- Russia. While England and Italy istration into confusion wns put Into and even tho United Slates aro adoperation. vocating n renewal of trado relations with Russia so far as possible POLICE GUARD RAIL YARD wilhotit an endorsement of tho Soviet form of government. Franco Volunteers Sought By Brotherhood of threatens to maintain her block-ad- o of trado until Russia gives a Trainmen In Attack on Legality guarantee for tho payment of debts of Contract. owed lo France. Franco herself Chicago. Police detnlls were guard- owes n great deal of monoy, but ing railroad yards In the Chicago sho could probably pay this debt switching district at the request o railroads affected by the strike of if she could bo suro of' securing switchmen, called by the Chicago Yard- tho monoy that is owed lo her. men's Association. All railroads entering Chicago, with the exception of Tho primo minister of Italy, the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy and Nitli, has publicly staled to tho the New York Central, wore said by Chamber of Deputies that Iho deunion officers to be nffected by the mand of tho United Slates in restrike, nnd efforts were being made to gard lo Fiume must bo heeded. Induce switchmen on those roads to Join the wnlkout, they said. "Unless That will mean that tho seaport the strike enn bo stopped Immediately will bo under international concommerce, trol and subject to use by tho JugoIt will affect Interstate throw 150,000 men out of employment slavs on as good terms as any other and curtail the food supply of the na- nation. Just liow tho minister is r tion," W. J. O'Brien, General to bring the matter lo a settlement of tho Junction Hallway, de- along that lino is not yet staled, clared. According to union representatives no efforts to settle the and ho will doubtless havo trouble. strike hnve been made. Officers of the Another rather sharp nolo by Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad said the company would not ne- President Wilson has mado it known gotiate with tho strikers while they that tho continued stay of tho wer out Turks in Constantinople will not he favorably regarded in America. Government Soldiers Charge. Dulsburg, Prussln. Knster brought Thoro js tremendous courago In real peace to Dulsburg. After heavy such a position at this timo when lighting, the Government troops are tho interests of England and other combing the Industrial district around nations wero about lo yield to tho WaiiliL-hnnd tho woods toward pt essuro and lot tho Turks continuo where the scattered reds are to command this important point. to have lied. Military control Criticism may bo mado of tho 'act will be mniutnlned here only until the of this note, but it must bo admitauthorities are satisfied of tho stability of the civilian administration. ted it shows a strong hand and a Kelchswchr troops marched Into tho hotter adliercnco lo tho terms of Dulsburg region and defeated the ra- Iho Peaco Congress nnd tho broad of the Itcd array In principles thero agreed on than apdical clement pitched buttles In tho streets. pears from any other sourco. Dli-pla1 1 u I y e, Sinn-ngeMill-hel- FOURTH ANNIVERSARY tU' PMtR "TOO THE EDITOR AND MISTAKES When a Plumber mnkes a mlstako ho charges twice for it. When a Lawyer makes a mistako, It's Just what ho wanted, becauso ho has a chance to try tho caso all over ngalh. When a Carpenter makes n mlstako, It's just what ho expected, chances nro ten to ono that ho never learned bis trado. When a Doctor makes a mlstako, lu buries it. When n Judgo makes a mistake, it becomes tho law of tho land. When a Preacher makes a mlstako nobody knows tho difference When an FJcctriclan makos a mistake, ho blames it on induction; no. body knows what that Is. Hut, when tho Editor makos a mistake Good Nightl so To Regulate Battleships By Wireless. s' Washington. "Fighting Bob" old llagslilp, tho Iowa, now condemned nnd' out of commission, Is des tined to play an Important pnrt In the experiments of the Navy Department In the control of ships by wireless. Sho will bo used as u target for gun nery practice and will he rigged with a wireless system so that her move ments can he regulated from the shore. Kv-mi- A largo striko among tho work-ingm- cn We Publish the News We wish to call attention to the fact that The CITIZEN is printing more news than formerly of Berea and the surrounding country. We have a number of reporters who gather news for us from the city, and then we have correspondents in all the surrounding neighborhoods and smaller towns. If you want to know what your neighbors and acquaintances are doing read Fire Destroys Factory. Warren, Ohio. Flro destroyed the plant of the Gohecn Paint Company here, entailing n loss estimated at $n0,000. The plant of the Western Heservo Lumber Company was threatened for a time. The Gohecn Company moved hero from Canton two years ago, following destruction of Uio Canton plant by fljp. Vessel Runs Aground In Hampton. New York. The Gentian burk Paul, Is aground at the a entrance- - of Chesapeake Bay, according to udvlcva. four-maste- r, of Denmark has caused tho resignation of tho ministry. Ou lop of Iho recent effect of tho gon-er- al at striko in Germany and Its of tho monarchist movement this rather dangerous method of controlling political policy seems to ho gaining ground. Wo aro familiar witli strikes as means of bringing pressuro to bear on conditions of industrial life, but it U bocomlng overy day moro apparont that tho workingmcn aro aiming to cct through political channels in securing thoir ends. do-fe- Easter Offering Stolen. Detroit, Mich. Within a few minutes ufter members had placed tho money on the contribution plates us an Knster offering, a clever thief opened the sufu of the West Grand Boulevard $1,500. Methodist Church untl to The Citizen. J. O. L. with the cash amounting v N Pago Two THE CITIZEN April 8, 1020. General College News "FIGHTING PARSON" BEREA COMES TO Normal Department The Normal department has en- rolled ono hundred and ninety-eigh- t, boys anil eighty girls Ihis lertn. Tho Junior Class has added erl new nienihors, also the Senior Class has somo new members. The Kxrolslor Literary Society had a very interesting program Saturday night. Every number was extemporaneous and proved to bo unusually entertaining. The Union Literary Society was entertained with an Interesting pro- pram also Saturday night. Tlicso two societies aro planning for a Joint debato whioh Is to bo given soon. The Philoniathea and Appalachian Societies met Saturday night and rendered programs which wcro up n their usual liigli standards. The Philoniathea had an April , I'eol program which wp.s tilled with fun and wit. fohliers from licrca College. The Normal students decided at their chapel meeting, Wednesday,; March 31, 1020, that they would give the Liberty Horn! which they purchased last year to tho Stu- dent Memorial, which Is to bo a dormitory erected in honor of tho go, I The Academy Vocational Schools The Oolda Hlllman nnd nna Pearl Brown wcro guests or Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Mullins, Miss Brown's undo nnd mint, nt Lexing ton, Tor Easter. Mrs. Mnlzlo Jnrvis, a popular voting woman or tho Business School, accompanied her brother, Mr. Taylor, who has Just returned (inn- - overseas, to tho old homo In W est Virginia. Mrs. Jarvls Is ox peeled to return this week. Miss nuny Russell, who was rnlled to her homo at Moreland by the serious Illness of her mother, has relumed to her work. Mrs. Graco 0. Blount, nccompa nieil by Miss Betty Fulton, spent the Easter season nt her homo at Carlisle. Thoy went by motor car, Washington Johnson acting as tho The Normal students havo token a step toward progress which .should invito tho attention of tho tho Toward other departments. latter part of tho winter term, a uroup of students went to tho Nor- mal dean with tho suggestion that if they wero permitted to perfect. la departmental organization, Indo-- J BEREA AND THE I. P. A. Kvppv stmlenf at Herea Collcce Pendent of tho faculty, nnd meet .I -- 1 j ...: t it. i i . will have tho opportunity on Thurs iwitu :i uiuuui ui iiiu rt'guiur uuupui hour for a brief chapel excrciso day, April 15, to learn of tho well- tnmvn pnllpco nrofinirnf ion tho f. niici a discussion of departmental p a. ai ihnMime a loam of workers ant--' institutional affairs without representing the Intercollegiate Pro- - l,,l prcsenco of the faculty, much ireeuum oi hibition Assocation, and headed by ",oro Bpuuwueiiy sluucni 1,10 C0UIU "vt"' the nationally known lecturer, El- - ?',l'UL" After the program the girls went mer L. Williams, of Chicago, will 00 secured. The dean fell readily visit Tteron. Dr. Williams will sneak in, Iin withtho proposition nnd lo tho James Hall "gym" where threw open tho chapel period lo they played games and tho Sororian m ihn etmnet nn Thursday. llle students for the inauguration girls gave a stunt called "Tho Toy Tho I. P. A. is not new at Bcrea. It was organized on tho campus oi sucn n movement, un account Shop." Everyone had a "most glo (Continued on Pio Six) riOUS" Umc, first in 1001, but the activity was carried on but for a couple of years BETA ALPHA nonrnirnlSnn m n (Toe. foil nn Ihn Simply drifting thru School, and so thru life with apparently, Last Saturday evening Beta Alnha local campus in 1010, and from that th limn tvnrlr lino Henn nfrfrrnssivel V no ueiinue purpose, i lie people wno rendered a most Instructive and en ,mvo achieved success are those that lertaining program. Tho feature of carried forward. In Iho spring of a """"iiani purpose m u,e evening was a dchalo: "Re following year, Bcrea had forty ""V tho solved: Tliat the eight-holaw is students in tho local option fights With large and intensely interested We considered the life of Isa- - for the best interests of tho Ameri study classes, rousing oratorical Delia moburn and how she was able, can people." Tho best speech was such a wonderful made by Norton Hockcr. n young rnnloalQ leMnre emirses nnil nnl.ivn to accomplish 1,10 womcn of North man who has great possibilities for organiza- - WOI:k amonS deputation work, tho locnl tion soon grew to bo ono of tho """.a ",IU are so Si,u,y m neeu 01 a ""iatcr. icxt Saturday, April 10, the following program will bo given strongest in the stato if not in tho -- "suanizing lnnuences. "Pn w0 l00k UP a few phases of The Debt of the Many to tho Few nnflnn. Fnrh venr snw the work Edw. Roark a bit stronger than the year be- - " ,ifo of Paul (,u Chaillu, the mis- -! Education fore. it. would take, mom snare than Sl0"ary explorer of the jungles of A Beckham Robertson wo have available to rive anv ado- - Africa. How ho was shipwrecked nimfn neemini nf nil wnrlf onrriofi T t,ie coast of that great Continent Tint.Your Own Sky ..Everett Currv Walter Snyers on. In the spring of 1913 six Berea and almost dead from exhaustion. Essay ueo. Malluk in mo nean oi ammonal students spent a great deal or timo Roy Taylor in giving prohibition' lectures in rouSh and ready sailor, the great Beta Alpha Eagle surrounding towns. Two years i,UJi'uu m uo suniuuuiig ior uiestj, .music, iturman rrcsion, uay New kirk. later fifteen students saw to it canniimis who picked him up ready in Critic Norman Hooker that every church in tho city and ,0 servo 1,im as a laintv meal. Resolved: That corpora a radius of six miles had a "instances compelled him to stay, Debate tions doing an interstate business prohibition program presented. In m,! 00,1 "sed 1,im ric,v for the fur-10should bo incorporated and regu the membership was swelled therancc of his kingdom, Wo w111 continue to lay stress on lated by the Federal government to 255, and 37 delegates went lo Affirmative: B. F. Gross, Frank Lexington to tho National conven- - ,,av,nP a 'Mnitc purpose for ones Hall; Negative: Wm. Wright, Aus tion. Considerable work was done l,r work and our next meeting tin Erwin. for War Prohibition and later for wl" bo takcn UP wit U'reo other Everyone is invited. National Prohibition in tho consti- - missionaries, men and womcn of p irpose. We trust that when tho tulion. wi" "n1 us BASEBALL Berea has been ono of tho strong ('nl1 comes ,0 Much lo tho disappointment of tho organizations in Kentucky State I. rpa(,y and prepared with a strong. P. A. The first Berea man to hold disciplined character, with a good Academy team, snow and cold know-logof tho Bible and a clear weather prevented tho gamo be a stato ofllco was T. J. Terry, who tween Academy and Vocational Mon was treasurer In 1910, and who was experience of Ood in our lives. iicmcmDcr me piaco or meeting. day afternoon. Academy is trained stale secretary the following year, In 1012 E.E. Gabbard won tho stato Industrial Building. Room 35, at 9:00 right down to tho dot, and tho sooner they get to play, tho better prohibition oratorical contest. Tho a. m. each Sunday morning. They are full of pep and on their next year, F. Sellers of tho local AN INTERESTING MEETING toes all tho time. Tho ball snaps school, duplicated tho feat at Tho Y. M. C. A. meeting Sunday around the infield liko clockwork, and Carter tho stato contest, Robinson was elected secretary. In I'tehl proved to bo ono of tho most Our team fears neither man nor 1913-1- 1 Waldo B. Davison was stale frtorosllng and beneficial meetings beast, and you can feel suro that ll,l,,y "'ill bring homo tho bacon, president, who was followed tho en-- , t,lat wo "avo "a(1 t"ls year- Tho meeting started in with a song They say thoy will get Vocational suing year by Judson ' Harrold a3 stato reporter. C. P. Dodson was service, after which Mr. Hackett pal, lako him down to tho broom stato secretary for tho year of 1915- - reviewed with us tho events of factory, put green goggles on him, The events of tho nnd feed him broom corn, 10, and was followed in tho same Passion Week. beginning! Tho oireot of Coach Mokwa's ofllco tho noxt year by Robert N. wn,k woro considered, Boron's record in tho stato wiln Monday and continuing thru , mg is very obvious. Wo confidently organization Is ono of which she 10 Sunday, tho day of tho resurrcc- - assert that ho has improved tho tkn of our Lord. In tho conclusion team 100. Ho has taught them mav ho nroud. McCoy Franklin, Harry Waller,' pf 1,is talk ho laid special stress the value of cooperation and leam- Luthor Ambrose, W. O. Ramey, Edna "Pn, t" Iaci ' i"J low countries worK, without which no team can Healev and Lcono Graf aro members ,liat really know .of tho resurrcc- - succeed. Ho has shown them how lo play for tho good of tho team in- of tho local committee in charge of lln, of Christ. the details of tho work of tho I. P.I Wo woro favored with a solo by stead of tho glorification of self. Ho Ambroso ably assisted by has shown them tho ins and outs or A. J. 0. Lehman, editor or tho baseball and what big leaguo Citizen, is assisting In tho matter of,1'"'"!'!" Payno ns tho pianist. Mr. Shaw, a Y. M. C. A. secretary ers do under given circumstances, Thoy bespeak n cordial welcome for tho National rcprcsen- - frm New York, who is hero fori In short, ho has mado a team of co- latlvos when they visit hero April 1,10 I'onofU of foroign students in workers out or a number or indl-1- 5 nnd 10. Postors telling or tho 0,lr institution, continued by cn- -i vtdual nlayors. Only weather likn oiganlzation have already appeared Wing upon me remarks of Mr, Hacked. Ho is a Brazilian by; eon slides Illustrating somo of the on tho campus. birth and Is planning in tho near emblems that nro confronting us. future to tako up his llfo work aalProressor Smith will hnvo chargo MISSION CLASS MEETS of tho meeting and wo can bo as a missionary In tho Lntln-Amo- rl Tho mission class ior tho Foroign can countries. sured or a very interesting meetNext Sunday night the meeting ing ns ho litis mado a special study Field met Sunday April 4, and had nn interesting biographical sketch ot. w Ml bo devoted to tho interest or of tho raco problems or tho South. tho raco problem. Dr. Wcalhorrord This meeting will bo hold in the tho lives or two missionaries. There aro so many peoplo that nrc i? sending a number or stcreoptl- - Main Chapel at 0:15 p.m. J t ur 1 Well-rounded . Cir-with10 train-Edwar' ' I'-thor play-publioi- ty. 'The lighting parson," otlicrwiso known ns Dr. Elmer L. Williams of will address tho students of Herea College nt chapel Thursday morning, April 15. Dr. Wit- Hams comes hero under tho nus- pices of tho Intcrcollcgiato Prohibition Association in tho nowly inaug. mated movement among tho of tho country fir World Prohibition. Dr. Williams was a student leader nt his alma mater, Dickinson Col- lege, Pennsylvania, and since his en- tranrV; into nubile life, has had a sVoctacular career. When ho wont lo Chicago as iiastor of Graco Moth- odist Episcopal church, ho found nn abominably oorrupt condition in (ho moral life of his community. With nil of his virility and bulldog tenacity, ho attacked tho situation and cleaned up the district. Tho "protected zone" was eliminated do-- 1 spite attempts made on Dr. Wil- Hams' life and suits against him for Ono result thousands of dollars. of his battlo was his appointment as a member of tho staff of tho chief of Police of Chicago; tho only preacher who ever held such a posi tion. As a choulauqua lecturer, student of social problems, and member of numerous civic enterprises, Dr. Wil liams holds a national reputation. As a speaker before college students, ho is reputed as being among tho most popular. Dr. Williams should hove n largo hearing at Bcrca. col-lec- cs emy Department will enjoy a Joint meeting in the Sigma Tail hall, room 7J Academy Campus. An interesting program has been arranged as follows: Opening Song .... Toast to Sigma Tau ....Lula Owens Toast to I.enorian ....Albert Hcird Society Society Song Mexico, tho Wonderful Country Ermllo Bacia of the South Duet ...Lula Owens, Kalo Newland Raymond Dingus Optional Prose Medley ?..Mao Lccko Academy News Lovi Brook Stringed Musio mv Kirst Courtship ...Frank Smith Debate: Resolved: That motion pio lure theaters offer desirable amusement. Afllrmativo: Joo Hen son, Elbert Robinson; Negatlv Ella Mao Haga, K. V. Nlckell. Seng Societies Good Night . LENORIAN'SIOMA TAU MEETING Miss Ola Burko has gono to Lon On April 10, I.cnorian nnd Sigma don ior n brier vacation. Tnu Literary Societies of tho Acad Misses rhanneur. Miss Minnie Kear, our faithful W. C. A. chairman has been so- ionrnlng for a rew days at tho Col lege Hospital. Sb.o is much Improved In health. AELIOIAN'SORORIAN On Saturday. Anril U. the Acliolan A FORWARD STEP OF THE MAL DEPARTMENT NOR- - and Sororian Literary Societies he a joint meeting, tho first between girls of tho Academy this year. So rorian invited Acliolan. Tho pro gram rendered was ns follows: itll Call, Quotations from Tennyson My First Love Affair, Maude Searcy Recitation ....Agnes Waddlington Essay Inez Gintcr Prophecy Emma Microw Debate Resolved: That heredity has greater influence on man than environment. Affirmative: Leah Stevens, Bess Daniel; Negative Lillian Rodger, Gladys Kcssler, Judges: Mrs. Barr, Miss Strong, and Miss True. Although the subject of this dc halo is an old one. both sides ad vanced excellent arguments and tho decision was won by tho Amrma spent Easter at MrGlone Tharp's home aUBrassflcld. Miss Oln Pendygraft Herbert Brown, or Level Green, was n caller at Kentucky Hall last week. He camo to seo his sister, Miss Pearl Brown. The Misses Mary Tliarp and Lids Miss the Business class. Wo nro glad lo Foundation School woleomo them to Kentucky Hall ni.d lo our classes. Miss Douglas, Miss Morrow and Miss Stella Smith, who was Mrs. Bowen, all Foundation teachers, ct.'led homo soveral weeks ngo, oware nltending tho conference of ing In sickness in her home, has the Mountain Workers In Knoxvlllo to school. Eliznbelh Roberts, or North Car- this week. Mrs. Klirk, teacher of Foundaolina, Is Inking a special course- - in tion Half Day School, who was the Homo Science class. Pa., soveral Miss Hnllio Long, who with nor called to Franklin, weeks ngo On nccounl ot tho sister, Hcllle, moved lo Kentucky illness of her mother is still abBull this term, is now nt tho Colsent, but expects lo return to Bcrca lege Hospltnl with tho mumps. Miss Vlnln Bay, formerly a Homo next week. led Foundation Bro. Hudspeth Science student, Is taking n Busl- Phniinl Tnewtnv nml nvn ttm - tll- 0...v . I'oss course Ibis term. 1......,.. n fnlb i.li(Ml tlfna fllll nf In t.a ..... v. ... Miss Beltle Turpln, n Foundation in iiio I. Miifi ninuii student, oi Rico Station, Ky., is sniratlon ns well as instruction. E. Johnson, of Plneolo, N. G, camo looming with her sister, Hazel, at to Beren tho first of this week lo Kentucky Hall. Cupid has played many pranks Inke his son, Tim, home. Tim has v l(h Berea students during the been ill tho hospital for thrco present year, tho latest to yield to months and has Just recovered or wiles being Mrs. J W. Jacks n fn in a hard spell nf pneumonia. Miss Mnry Garfonl, physical dinee Miss Flora PIttman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pillmati. rector In tho Y. W. C. A. at Limn, Mne Hill, Ky. Mrs. Jackson was a Ohio, spent Easter vacation In Sho popular young woman or tho Busi- llorea visiting old friends. was a student jn Bcrea isovcral ness class and was married in London, Ky., on the same day that years ago. Since then, slw wns .she left Bcrea. After a short hon graduated from Lako Erio College. Mis Margaret Farmsworth, arl fymoon in London, Mr. nnd M.s go to Livingston to lonelier in Kentucky CoHego llor .'ackson will mako their home. Tho best wlslio.: Women nt Danville, spent her EasfI their many friends will accom- ier vacation in Bcrea, visiting I 'inn and Mrs. Edwards. pany them. Academy ed 1 FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY 10, 1930 has gono to AN APPRECIATION her homo at Parksville for a short OnO or the most spiking and ono vacation. f the best customs ot Bcr,i Cel- Misses Mary Root and Clco Hunl-- '( ,fgo is tho curious rr sine ng on spent Enstcr with friends at I'isler and Chcs'nas incruliigt'. Livingston. !'lsis custom ha been carried out Miss nonnio Jean Hill spent the years. work-en- d with her sister at LexTlie hand or singers is directed by ington. Dean Edwards. Tit? singers repre Miss Battle White, .of tho Home sent till departments. They begin Science department, was called to Mtiging about J:)l o'clock In tho her home last Saturday by a tele-cra- m morning, nnd go from building to stating tho death or her sis building until nftor breakfast. ter. Elizabeth, who has been ill tor Wo wero awakened early this several months. Wo extend most Easier morning by their beautiful heartfelt sympathy to tho family In Easier songs, which was to remind their great bereavement. us of tho resurrection or Jesus Miss Ola Burk, a new student Christ. from Wenalchce, Wash., is taking We, tho members or Dean Clark's i Business course, and rooming in Sunday-scho- ol class wish to extend Kentucky Hall. our nijt hearty thanks and appreciMisses Emma Phillips and Ruth ation to Dean Edwards and his band Thomas aro two new students or or singers for tho beautiful messages, which they brought to us that or last Monday can hold un through their songs. these hustlers. Committco Yours for the pennant. Carl D. Pulliam Academy. Robert T. Harrison Program for April it song Society Prayer Member The Lite of Gon. John J. Pershing Carey Hcnegar nnd Its Valuo Walter Kendall Why Wo Should Have Good Roads Raymond Ogdon How In Tell Bad News, Arthur Snow Friendship E. R. Moscman Ai Ideal Homo James Rudgcn Ambassador to Grant and Leo Vanhoy Long Mv Experience In tho Oil Fields ns a Mechanic Ray Rlggs A Poem Lcsllo Miller News of tho Week ....Carol Hlcrd Debate Resolveri: That tho girls should not be permitted to visit the boys' dormitories unless tho boys nro permitted to visit tho girls'. Afllrmativo: Robert Tank-irslo- y, Jnrob Brewer; Negative: Cilo Smith, Charles Hall. (itiilnr Solo Kirk M. Franklin Franklin extends a hearty wel- r nuo to visitors, always. Fruit-growi- new iorKJfKM America SUPREME rwAere Style&ules Men. with hissiliess triumnllS and social successes, one make of clothes towers above the others as strikingly as the stately Woolworth Building cfvl mnrrlics IN NFAV YORK, where That make is Monroe Clothes! A make that you can trust a make that New Yorkers buy more than any other kind. towers above its sister For in style, you want a Monroe Suit. For good taste. For attention nnd respect. For pronounced value and thrift because Monroe Clothes sell for less than current prices. And you buy them here at New York prices. s. Drop in TODAY. i WELCH'S DEPT. STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY April 8, 1020. The fnce. niiurt you? Tfow nbout your "I'm not fixed nt all. I'm broke." Hon that Is pressing for an nnswer. It general size, nnd so on?" Harmon fished for his and looks now as If the onswer might be IJ "I've tnken on twenty-fivpounds; roiucti two notes Into a small com LVHERE dtlnjed until after the election. my fnce Is a lot thinner, hut there's n pass. of political ntllllutlous, senarensnn. It hnsn't grown on mo; It "Here! Hind the bargain. Don't tors mid representatives nro divided wns ninnufnctiired. Ineldentnlly. while worry Its nn ndvancc. I know who m the question us to whether the I think of It my stride's shortened six ON I can trust thnt's my longest suit, d merchant murine should be Inches. That's another Identlflcntlon son. Give me a receipt, if you like, gone. Hullef In my knee. I don't exor owned privately. The Better not speak to me again until we seiinte committee on commerce Is still actly limp, but " land. Never know who's aboard that Harmon wns beaming now, and might see you later. Come to my of- QUESTION IS UNANSWERED DY listening to Mrsoni who hnve thoughts ubout what should be done with tho flushed with excitement. MEN GUIDING WELFARE OF fice nt o'clock the morning nftcr ships, but apparently Is fur from com"That's great. Oh! that's wonder-- we re docked. And" He laughed In THE NATION. ing to a decision or it recommendafull Wonderful Nnbody'll know you patent relief. "You know, son," he tion. In Hie meantime. It Is the policy from Adam! Thunder nnd lightning, snld. "I'm a pretty wise old bird, nnd of Hie shipping boiird ships what n chance whnt n chnnce! Hold there's not much thnt fools me. but CONGRESS FACES HUGE TASK whenever fulr prices run to sell be obtained. on how well do you know the big . . . right up to the last second, I During Hie lust six months the govmen In Syracuse? Well enough to wnsn't quite sure whether you'd tnke ernment has purled with n large numknow whnt their wenk points nre? Hint Job or not. If the surgeon that Well enough in know how to nppronch mended you could only have doctored Measures Postponed on Account of ber of ships It hull! during the wur. Consideration of Peace Treaty Now Army Reorganization 'em? Know t'ullen? Know the your eyes, son if he could only have to Get Attention Youthful GardenArmy reorganization legislation will. Know Kmbrec nnd McKnchcrn doctored your eyes I Whewl" He and Cooke? Know" er's Will Surpass work of Preceding It now seems plobable, be completed stnred ngnln at Hllllnrd, and nodded before adjournment is taken. It is Years. "At one time." snld Hllllnrd. with soberly. , SYNOPSIS. "Wonderful results In front of you. That's whnt perfectly won iiecesnr.v in the Judgment of I was and Hint's-whI ami What's sudden tragedy In his eyes, "nil those derful." lie snld. fascinated. "When the wnr departtiienl that this leglsln. Dy JAMES P. HORNADAY, your opinion now?" The last sentence people you've Just nnmed were nbout you smile nt me like thnt, I sort of CIIAITKR a baa In ho.nlUI Washington Neullly. lanco. hit faca dlnrurel be If there Is anyone In Hon Mm be In force by the beginning the closest friends I hnd In the feel as though I ought to get up and cntne snarling through set teeth. lann recognition, an American notdlei tnke off my lint nnd apologize to you. public life who knows Just what stu of the iNcnl yenr duly t. The hmie The broker's pupils had dilated world." aervlng; In tlx Krrnch army attracta at "Well, If you've got nerve enough to and I m linnged If I know whnt for. Hon the United States occupies In the lias passed a reorganization bill and irnuon Dy ri la iwp dmpondrncy. Aikn grosily; Ids eyes wandered vacantly family of nations since the second re the senate commltioe on military afby the aursrona for a photograph to gulrf from the photograph to tho poslcnnl try to pass yourself off as a stranger, . . . I'crhnps (bey overdid It inem In making over hla face, lie offer trifle . , . copied Hint picture too jection of the treaty of peace with fairs Is now giving that Mil cotiulertt. and back to Hllllnrd's face. Ills whole why " in aentinn a picture of the Savior, bid "Just n moment!" The young man's well . . . why don't you seo If you (leruiiiuy he Is not tnlklng out loud. Hon. While the recommendations of Imagination wns pinned down nnd mrm lane nut aa a model Tney d the wnr department nre In u general The new secretnry of state, Uulucrushed; lie swore softly under his gesture, although cnlm, wns never- can't grow n mustache . . .?" , iiikhiok a remarkable llkeneia. brldge Colby, realizes Hint he will way carried out by the house hill, the theless commanding. "Now listen! breath nnd wet his Hps. (Continued next week) many hnve unusual International bill us n whole falls considerably short ycnrsl "It's a . . . n mlrnclcl" he stam- I lived In Syracuse twenty-siThe young mnn's lips parted I mered. "A mlrnclel . . problems to deal with so long ns the ot the aspirations nf the department. If I ever hnd any friends there I've grave good humor: Hnnnon wns spell United States declines to go nloug The failure to make any provision for "The photograph." said Illlllard lost 'em now. bound nt tlio effect. with her utiles In the wnr In making universal training or for n reserve . "Whose fault was It?" hnrshly, "Is the way they remember ponce with Germany nnd Austrln, nnd army N particularly disappointing tn "I'll try not to keep you waiting, nin up In Syracuse. "Whose fault? Don't make me Do you think the general stufT. There nre probably Tills speed of yours rntlier entices me, they'd ever recognize me laugh! The point Is that my friends he does not hesltnte to so express lilm now?" Hesldcs, If my fnce Is my fortune, I'd nnd I nren't on spenklng terms." self. On the surface of things cordial enough votes In the senate to put n "It's a mlrnclo . . . It's paralyz-Ing- I better find It out ns soon as possible. "Oo nhend," snld Harmon, satisfied. relations between the United States universal training provision In the hill, . . ." Hnnnon swallowed hard, This organization of yours In In New and looked down nnd nil the governments of the world, but senators realize that the house nlmost fearfully nt "Do they know you went to France?" York city. Isn't It?" even Including Germany nnd Austrln, would not nccept It nnd so the proba"They don't know anything. I left the postcurd. "There's so ".My headquarters are, but I'd want will be maintained, hut It Is well un bility Is Hint the senate will not delay much difference . . . nobody'd ever between two days, I've never written Herbert Hoover Clears His Polit you to work outside. I've Rot one spe-- think derstood by all persons acquainted the passage of the hill by attaching anybody so much ns a line to tell of It without knowing . . . ical Position and Announces clnl town In mind up the Mute. That': with International usnges that so long any such provision. It Is believed Hint where I wns, or wlstt I was doing.. I but when you see tho orlglnnl! . . . where this list Is. It's always been It us the United Stntcs withholds Its the sennte will tnke n somewhat more went over on a tramp. A French lieuIt knocks me nil In a He Will Accept Republione of our hnrdest markets, nnd It'i It's staggering! And they did henpl tenant got me Into the army, nnd I nssent to world pence strained rela liberal attitude with respect to nnny that to cot money to bum. Can't swing It, you I Just to think they could do that didn't give a d tions to n certain extent nre bound to legislation Hum did the house. n whether I got can Nomination. About the hardest nut congress hns somehow they don't respond to any to you I exist I've got to have a killed or not and then I got this." ordinary selling talk; they're too hide- - drink I" His bund wns on his cheek, where The League of Nntions Is, of course. to cruck relates to legislation thnt will You know Hi hound conservative. nlrendy n going concern to some ex take suitable care of the soldiers nnd Illlllard motioned Impatiently, but long scar crossed It. "And for over GERMANY GROWS MORE QUIET tent, kind. Government-boncrowd. And his fit of rage wns slowly going down, yenr I've been hoping Hint somehow but every nation Hint hns Joined sailors of the world wnr. Some exfor a year or so they've been making some time, I could get bnck nt o few the lengue renllr.es that unless tho pression on this subject. It seems, will "There's no miracle about it nt all wnr profits till you enn't seo 'cm for It wns good plnstlc surgery. If thcyY of those men . . . principally Cul United Stntes shall eventually become have to be made before the session dust. Manufacturing town. And I'd sent me out looking ns I used to you len and Durant nnd McKnchern. Get Emir Felsel an Accomplished Trouble- - n member, the league scheme for pre lumps to nn end. like mighty well to ship you up there wouldn't cnll It n mlrnclo, would you? bnck hard you understand I Perhaps-- Maker Mustapha Kemal Stirs Feelserving world pence will sooner or Interest Aroused In Gardening. for n month or two; give you Urn No. Its only whnt they did do that this suggestion of yours will give me ing Against Christians Dennter go to pieces. It is Inevitable, ac The United Stntes school garden enough to get your bearings, and turn mnkes It staggering. cording to tho best Informed stntes- - army which enlisted n million boys the opening. I'erhnps It will. That'i mark In the Limelight Hut Day. clove you loose. You ought to do great work oh, yes clever! And you It's men, thnt If the United Stntes should nnd girls In the wur time and two mil light Saving Confuses. can see for whnt I'm wondering. I'm thinking It In n plnce like that. They need a chap yourself how decide to iro It nlnne In wnrlil nfTnlra lion and u half lust year bus perfected few marks of It there over. That's nil." like you confound It!" He halted are." He drew n long brenth and man other great nations would le obliged pinns tn make the summer of 1020 Harmon controlled By E. F. CLIPSON. himself; hi abruptly and shook his head In great aged to smile again; but the effect wns voice, when It came, was low and surpass both preceding yenrs In numMystery regarding the political po to recast their plans for the future. bewilderment. "I can't make It out shocking, for while his features were seductive. ber of children enrolled- In home gnr-deAlliances Will Be Formed. sition nnd party nlllllntlons of Herbert at all I You've got the oppearnncc of composed nnd kindly his eyes were "Well," he snld, "could you get bnck Hoover has been dispelled by the annnd In amount of land cultivated Whnt will happen In ense the United n . . . well, a sort of a strait-lacevenomous. "Well, I certainly never any hnrder at people who bnven'i nouncement of Ids States shall eventually decide to stay and products harvested, and In aroused condltlonnl youngster, If you know what I mean, Intended to go to Syracuse ngaln for Interest In everything that comes from out of the league, so treated you right than by going back to nccept the Ilepubllcnn presiand yet the way you say things, I ' plensure, but If there's emnigh com up there nnd mnklng good? Hy put dents! nomlnntlon. He hns snld thnt statesmen sny, is Hint offensive nnd healthful work on the soil. The young man gestured blandly. pensntlon to pay for the risk I'm not ting something over on 'em something covering the Ill nn announcement he will accept If it is felt thnt the defensive alliances will be formed by ?And tho town you have In mind?" afraid to try It on . . . business." big. you undcrstnnd and mnklng Imuos necessitate me otner great powers. This menns work for lO'JO, Director John L. Hnn-dait nnd It Is demand"It s Syracuse, New York." Ills accent sent cold chills coursing of the interior department says: "Syracu;?" The young man's chin down Harmon's spine. "In fact now those fellows look chenp? Tlint's bet ed of him, nnd further clarifies his thnt the world will drop bnck to tho tor Hinn using n club on 'em, Isn't It? attitude in the following" words: general defensive nnd offensive poll. With the coming of a new year the was squared by a ruler, nnd notlceablj Hint I think of It. it ought to be Coals of lire, mnn, conls of fire Show "If the Ilepubllcnn party with the cics thnt prevailed prior to 1914. The problems that confront us nre to In thrust forward. rother amusing I" 'em what you can do nnd tnke your Independent element, of which I nm secret treaty will. It is asserted, be re crease the numbers In the United "Yes; know anybody there?" The broker wns striving to null him satisfaction In thnt. Don't fight your nnturnlly nlllllnted ndopts n forwnrd-lookln- vived nnd sooner or later every great Stntes school garden nrmy to mnke" Illlllard laughed unpleasantly and self together. enemies you don't hnvc to I Mnke liberal, constructive plntform power will ho suspecting the motives the garden work more permanent, nnd resumed his former attitude. Hut why on enrtlt didn't you have profit out of I to increase Its educational value. The And then . . of nenrly every other grent power. "Why, It so happens," he said, bit em use your own picture for n copy oh well, I don't enre whnt you do after on tint treaty nnd on our economic IsMost or the people of the United motto of the garden army 'A garden sues, and If the party proposes measIng the words off sharply, "'that I was thnt come out In the open nnd give ures for sound business administraStntes, It Is believed, by persons who for every child every child In a gar born nnd brought up In Syracuse, and 'em the or not. Just as you like, tion of the country, nnd Is neither re nre in position to spenk with some nu den' can only be realized when gar,lf there's any one place In the world Could nnythlng lie a nenter little come- - actionary nor radical In Its approach thorlty, will continue to Insist Hint tho dening becomes n definite part ot I care less nbout than any other place liack thnn thnt? More sort of Hlbllcnl to our great domestic questions, nnd Is United htntcs become n member of the school work. 7,1 that's the one . . . I'm sorry, but and thorough? Tootle Justice? Could backed by men who undoubtedly asengue of Nations. Persons who tnke 'The president recognized the value I'm afraid we're at cross purpose? gardening by sure the consummation of these poli this view confidently believe thnr if of from here on. Hllllnrd wns still nlert nnd rigid. cies nnd mensures, I will give It my the Issue of n lengue or no lengue ,,1!lklng It n productive line of defense Harmon vexation, showed his "There's n good selling nrgument? entire support." could be submitted to n referendum ,Iur'ng the period of the nntlon's need. "What's the matter? Haven't yon kept And something good to sell?" ote there would be no Question about Congress hns nppreclated the service on good terms with your old friends?" Although Mr. Hoover's declaration "As straight ns a shoestring, nnd ns "No." crented somewhat of n sensation, It the league receiving n preliminary ma of gnrden leaders to the country nnd sure ns you're n foot high. And 'f relieved Harmon frowned. the tension existing In tho jority, but the dllllculty Is to get tho hns recognized the permnnent vnlue of you can't do business on this bnsls, Question before the people In any con this work by granting nn upproprlntlon "Well. Is It so bad yon couldn't do enmps of other candidates. Surround you coumn r sen gold engles for a ed by crete form. It Is generally nssumed to continue the United States school tiy business there? How do they re silence nnd secrecy, his o dollar apiece! That's flat!" member you?" hnd occnsloned more or less thnt If nothing Is done with Hie treaty garden nrmy. This Is n work not for "So I could go back nnd honestly quaking In both Itepuhllcnn nny organization, but one The young man regarded him ston nnd Dem with Germnny between now nnd June, ourselves or mnke good? All the way? Prove whnt ily for an instant; then gradually a No one prom! encn or tne old political parties will devoted In n spirit of servlco to tho ocratic strongholds. I enn do? And not hnve any bnck' expression crept Into his nent on cither side felt like hurl niseri 111 us national platform a education of children." fire In eyes; he started and caught his Interest Is General Ing n Jnvelln nt him for fear that It plank fnvorlng n Lengue of Nntions. "And hnve a chnnce." said Harmon breath. might rebound nnd net ns n boom If this Is done. It Is pointed out, nny The 1019 record of the school gapnodding, "to put yourself In right ening. r.ncn pnrty "I'll let you Judge for yourself." He wanted ills sup- election result would throw no guiding den nrmy reveals thnt the qualities 'of ngaln. brought out a fiat leather wallet, from Tlint's whnt my whole Idea port nnd the competition hnd been so light on the minor Questions nffectlng pluck, perseverance, and was. If you're going to cash In on keen ns to tnke on the which he extracted a tiny photograph, were demonstrated in nlmost tho characteristics tne trenty, the Questions over which your nnru luck, boy. you've got to of n race, with ench torn from nn old passport. "What do the senote split. The latest Informa same degree by tho children of every side endenvorlng speak up. Thnt's my policy. Cnsh In to get to lilm nnd land him you think of that?" tion from nbrond Is Hint the Kuropenn section from New York city, whero first. on this thing the doctors did for you I Harmon scanned It superflclnlly. Mystery entered the situation some nations which hnve nlrendy become fiO.CVl children raised gnrden prodLet's play It together, son. If It's a weeks ngo when Secretary of Hie Nuvy members of the Lengue of Nntions ucts worth S715.178.71. to Hie quiet litboy. Who Is her sort of whltewnshlng you wnnt, I'll Daniels, positively refusing to give will tnke n pntlent nttltude with re tle mountain town of Montezumn, "It was taken two years ago," said help you. I don't core n continental Illlllard. resting his elbows on the name, but speaking most emplinr- - spect to the sltuntlon thnt exists In Colo., where the gnrden flag wnves whnt you did to get In wrong in Syra table. "You wanted to know how they Icnlly nnd authoritatively, snld he this country nnd will keep the lengue over "the grent divide" nnd from Mincuse It's success that counts. Noth- knew who the next president door open for the United States. remember me, so I'm showing you. neapolis. Minn., ncre. to Corpus Clirls-t- l. of the ing else but success. That's n photograph of me, tnken two Congress May Adjourn In June. Is it a Tex., where the children combnted United Stntcs would be. The most years ago." active guesscrs were practically unnnl isow thnt the senate hns returned successfully the devastation of storm "Impossible I" Harmon snorted It. "But Why on Earth Didn't You Have Hllllnrd shut his teeth tight; re mous In the theory that tho secretary the trenty of peace with Germany to nnd tidal nave. Them Use Your Own Picture?" flected; yielded abruptly. "That doesn't look any more like you Although the financial returns of had in mind Mr. Hoover, nnd Hint the President Wilson there will be an than . . . than I dot Let's omit "It's a bargain 1" he snld. "I'm with food mnn hnd made promises or hnd gnrdenlng $ 18.000,-00- 0 If they're n clever ns . . . for that body to dispose of tho comedy; I'm talking business I" Oh I" Ho stopped short nnd his chin you I" In 1019 sound sufllclently Impresdefinitely committed himself to the n large accumulation of business. The The young man's mouth curled dropped. "Oh I Is that the answer?" "Good ! Now" Democratic pnrty. The theory ns to sennte wns In possession of the trenty sive In the nggregnte, the fiO.000 gnr"One moment ! Let's be frank with the deflnltencss wns "Don't be mlstsken, Mr. Harmon den teachers of the United Stntes nre "Yes," snld Illlllard, reclaiming the n little more thnn eight modified there's very little Joking In me when two photographs. "That's the nnswer. each other. Don't get any Imnresslon when Mr. Hoover, pushed to someInter throughout Hint period It months nnd n unit In believing Hint the lessons of postponed ac ex I've done nnythlng thnt's " thnt orgnnlzntlnn. Individ I didn't mind starting over again tremlty for a declaration ns to his po tion on nil legislation except thnt I ever mention Syracuse." Harmon "Mr. Hllllnrd, you don't have to talk litical nlllllntlons, He sighed and Inhaled might shivered nt the tone, but waved the only stated Hint lie hnd which cnlled for Immediate nttentlon. ual responsibility, thrift, nnd communi lly. "Only take my ndvlce, Mr. Hur like that to mo I I've had you sized of lute yenrs been aligned with the It did find time to pass the bill returnty effort which the children hnve photograph In scolllng accusation. mon, nnd don't lose your temper Just up from the start, haven't I?" rogresslve Hepubllcnns. "You're not trying to sit there and In tho con ing the railroads to their owners nnd gained from their gnrden work hnve" "Yes, but I wanted you to know" before un operation." been fnr above nil tangible results. gressionnl elections of 1018 he op- It lins disposed of a good deal of untell me "Hut I do know, son I Wild oats, penred to Harmon breathed more freely, but Nevertheless financial results nre Im important legislation, but favor the Democrats, "I told you I was In hospital for sort of. Am I right, or nm I wrong? made some statements Indorsing nnd way It laid aside for futuro in a large portant, nnd n nationwide review of nearly u yeur, I believe," snld Illlllard ne was still in violent Intellectual dts Thnt's why I'm action pretthe banking on you. Peoty much everything of Importance pro the tangible results of adlng policies of President Wilson Icily. "It was shrapnel across the tress. He round face wns vapid with awe, nnd he wns toiyruelng his lips in ple turned up their noses, maybe. Said gardening cannot fnil to be of The action of Mr. Hoover hns posed during the eight months. face. As a matter of fact I didn't things. The body tins planned to Join with slgnlllcnnco to those who hnve nave much of tiny fnce left. Hut tho constant nervousness, for tho complete business. Gossip. I know that sort of brought the political pot from n more And you're sore naturally. or less simmering stnte to nn poskiiiinty or the situation wus creep by furnishing money assistance surgeons they're pretty clever. Yes nctual the house of representatives to bring Well, thls'll poultice everybody. In- - boiling point. His entry mnkes htm n this session to nn end along about June nnd nwnrds, trophies, nnd prizes. they're clever!" Hllllnrd's eyes were ing over him. Go ou bnck to your strong contender for the Ilepubllcnn "If that's tho case," ho ventured, cludlnff'yourself. 1, so ns to get out of tho wny of the needle points. "They make a mini over Efforts Crowned With Success. "why . . . they surely needn't rec old friends. You're a new man; they nomination, and his declaration of national political conventions, and tho from his own photograph. In my owe The total valuo of the gnrden prod won't know you. Make 'cm new friends principles will case I preferred It differently. have much to do with leaders realize that If this is to be ucts In different cities varies greatly So ognize your nnmc either, Mr. Illlllard. nnd there you are. Oh, here's preventing both parties from adopting done no time can be wusted from now because of climatic conditions, amount when they asked mo for something to need they? I mean, If you hnd any suggestion. What would you cither extreme reactionary or ex- on. use as a pattern In remodeling me I luca or going hack to your home town sny to of land nvnlluble for gnrdenlng, nnd no salary at all, twenty per cent treme Incognito, as It wen " gave 'em this I" He tosed out a picA little Inter tho steering commit radical viewpoints. Ho has ndvere weather conditions. Hut de commission, nnd no limit to your ex- stated that no one should be "They wouldn't recognize anything ture postcard, soiled and frayed. nblo to tees of the senate and houso will de spite such drawbacks ns storm and Hut you pay back dictate nbout me." said Illlllard dryly. Ills pense accoimt? policies of great parties, cide Just what legislation shall be drouth, the children's work In practi"Well, that's where the trouble begun. your expenses out of your yet everythe man nnd woman has a tight put through between now and the cally every Instance was crowned with They cursed me up nnd down for n . . . teeth, showing at tho moment, were half of It Is Inevitable that a success. still that purt of It won't Interest white and regular as a young wolfs. earned commissions. On sny, a three to decide what Issues and measures conventions. Intensive cultivation wn you I" His eyes were blaring now, and "We won't discuss that sldo of it Just months' tryout IIow does that strike he will support. Ho thus creates a po- good many Important matters will go called Into piny to offset dry periods, you?" his voice shook with passion. "Natu-rall- y now, though. Hut If I go back. I'm sition which makes it possible for him over until after Hie presidential elec- und nlthough replanting wits necessary "It . . . why, I don't see what to repudiate both parties after their tion, which menus that they will not nt times, the children never fnltered. I hadn't meunt Incognito nnd don't make any mis1 it as d you're driving nt." national conventions. Some observers be taken up until tho lust session of In brief, the children learned "to mnk literal as all that . . . hut they hud take about It. Is thnt quite cleur?" "Hecuuse," said Harmon, "you're seo la this a hint that If the candidates this congress, which will begin on the such unpleiisnnt effort ns life later on me under ether before I could help Harmon swallowed ugnln. myself . . . and they went through "They'd recognize your vc'ce, worth more than I thought you were. and platforms of tho two parties do first Monday ot next December. Is sure to require of them." How do I know? I've watched your not satisfy the liberal thought of the Neither of tho political parties as repwith It , . . and cursed me some wouldn't they?" Chicago reports 00,000 children eneyes, son ! You're going Into Syraur more afterward . . . They couldn't nation, Mr. Hoover will be willing to resented In congress Is particularly rolled In gnrden work who produced "I had to get used to this one I. with the finest plun. the tines t front support a third and Independent tick- anxious to explore new legislative copy It exactly, of course, but they did Something went wrong with nn average value for each child of $5. tho best they could. . . . Gloated vocal chords, and the antrum on both and the finest opportunity I've ever et. Meanwhile several booms have fields on tho eve ot a presidential elec- Cleveland, O., hnd 7,810 homo gardens, over It I Took Infinite pulns to make sides was hurt; It seemed to have an dreamed of In all my life! And be- already been affected by his entry tion; the prevailing tendency is to covering an area ot 83 acres, and 419 sides that, you've got a spur that even Into the race. His supporters are en- play snfe nnd wait untlufter the vot- - large tracts totaling 00 acres. The esIt perfect . . . and sneered ut me effect like changing n sounding-board.while they did It! timated valuo of the 170 acres cultiSueered and "Sol And .you used lo bo fatter In I couldn't give you. . . . How are gaged In an active campaign. In the rs hnve spoken. you fixed for money?" laughed. . . What to do with the government- - vated by school children, was Mlnuesota primary, where It was necWell, you've got the essary to write or paste his name on owned merchant marine is also ques- (CMtlauid an rag lTa) bill-booe menm NOBODY TO at I.-- THE CITIZEN Pago "Th res DDES I.S. ts STAND PEACE? 7 govern-luenl-tmiie- tn 1 "a x I" NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS time-wor- n ... ns d d ll 1 'n . ha-h- n . itr school-supervise- d nttl-tud- far-awa- y Itr - "Nice-lookin- g ... school-supervise- d - school-supervise- d ty " TUB CITIZEN April 8, 1020. This Week and Next Listen, my friends. This week and next we are having a Berea-Richmon- d Auto Line 7:45 p.m. Unassailable Strength This bank, with its large capital and surplus of $65,000.00, its resources of $523,387.78; and its thirteen years of successful experience furnishes unassailable strength as a depository for your Savings. Furthermore your membership in the Federal Reserve System which has total resources of nearly SIX BILLION DOLLARS affords to depositors an additional and most important feature of security for their funds. This membership also enables us to furnish to customers the broadest possible service in meeting their individual requirements in all branches of banking. We will be pleased to place our facilities at your disposal. LEAVES BEREA (Boone Tavern) 8:00 a.m. LEAVES RICHMOND (Glyndon Hotel 7:15; L. & N. Depot 7:45) After arrival of Maysvillc, Cincinnati and Louisville trains FARE $1.25 ONE WAY $2.00 ROUND TRIP Unique Sale ioo hats will be put on sale at $5.00 each, hats ranging in value from $6.50 to $10.00. Every hat bought in this season, all fresh, beautiful stock patterns from Cleveland, Cincinnati and Louisville. All $5.00 hats are not reduced. Staple stock that has been $5.00 each are still $5.00, but many hats formerly $10.00, $7.50 and $6.50 will be sold itl this sale for $5 00 Taxi Service Solicited Derea Phone 25 Richmond Phone 719 C. M. Canfield & Co. Manager iiy rue 9m BACK MINT IT A ORAM) AND GLORIOUS FEELING" unices. straight. You want a hat, don't you? Here is your chance to get a beautiful, conservative, hat. Just what you have been wanting for $5.00. For two weeks only this sale will go on. We also have a nice line of children's hats from $2.00 up to $12.50 and a full line of dainty dress hats. up-to-da- te ruc i TsyV Js .. raw m &jeti ( f CM A 19 Tr MRS. LAURA JONES Phone 164 Betea, Ky. and tm mamc 99 9o4 00, OO. Tm ir o m mm BOT" II Cfi HAft Tr a AnO r if . ere 'c . , .1 4Sj 11 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OP BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A .. Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY FIRST AID IN BEREA Best Blacksmithing Scientific horso shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Office. ad. I Miss Pearl Batsin has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Wyatt. Miss Ida Catidill, who has just hecn graduated from the Collego Hospital, has gone to Winchester to work. James Muncy, who is working in Lexington, was at homo Sunday. C. E. Osborne and son, S. C. Osborne, accompanied by Carl Rosa, and Miss Gabbard, of Lexington, were at home Sunday. Rev. C. E. Vogel and wife, and Miss Geneva Horner, of Cincinnati, were with them for .dinner. S. C. Osborne expects to be hero for some time. treatment. Otto Ernbcrg has been spending Ray Johnson returned to Frank- several days in Berea with his in, 0., .Monday, after spending a mother. short Easter vacation in Berea with u. t. wyatt, who is in ADeraeen, nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miss., was hurt about two weeks Johnson. ago winie working on his autoMiss Mabel Lewis, accompanied mobile. by her friend, Miss VanHook, of The Citizen has a brand new Lexington, spent Saturday and Sun Webster's International Dictionary day in Berea with her parents. for sale. This is the very latest Fred Lewis was also homo for the one printed and can bo bought at a week-en- d. bargain. Call at the office. Mr. and Mrs. Livcngood and two Mrs. S. C. Mason, who has been children slipped away for the week residing in Washington for several end to visit with Mrs. Livcngood's years past, is spending some time sisters, in Ohio. They returned in Berea while her husband Is in Monday night. Egypt in tho employ of tho GovUndo Tom Clark, who has been ernment. Sho is a guest of Boono s( seriously ill for a long lime, Her many friends are passed away Saturday, April 3rd. Tavern. pleased to have her in their midst Funeral services were held at tho again. Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Moore, of Mrs. Bertha Dyson and little son, Walnut Meadow Pike, aro rejoicing of Indiana, are hero for an extended over tho arrival of a son on March visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr3. 28. He is named Carlos Jr. C. F. Olmslcad. G. G. Purkey is moving to HamilAnderson Burdette, of Mt. Vernon, ton, Ohio. Ho has sold his grocery Ky., was here last week to visit his 10 nis orouier. no win proo- - daughter, Miss Addic, and other nbly go into tho jewelry business relatives and friends in town. there. Will Mooro has purchased properly on Depot street and expects to movo there sometimo soon. Mrs. J. B. Corne, who will bo reEconomy Through Qpaity membered by older students and residents as Miss Rose McFarren, was here last week visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liven- good and other friends in town, She expects lo locato hero soon in onier to send her ' little son to school. 1 Notice the change in time of tho Auto Lino. Miss Bertha Wynn, who has been tuiilo sick, is up again. II. H. Royston, of Xenia, Ohio, who is well known as a former teacher of (he colored school hero for several years, spent a few days in Lerca recently. He is engaged as bookkeeper by a retail feed store now. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore aro being visited over Easier by Miss Florence Estridgc, of London, Miss rutli Ross and A. B. Estridge, of I'aint Lick, and Mrs. V. B. Nicely, of Livingston. They aro relatives of Mrs. Moore. J. E. Strong and family moved this week into D. H. Gabbard'u property on Center street. Boss Parsons, who ha3 been ill for several days, was taken to tho Robinson Hospital last week for Herea-IUchmond Taken Up with Great Interest in the Publio School and lalf si. Wo will sell it at a low Both Call nt tho Citizen olllce. PAINTER A International Dictionary, tho very price. WANTED OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY IIF.POIIT RETURNS OF FROM II TO 2S MILES FROM THE OALLON OF GASOLINE ANII FROM H.OU0 TO 12.CHO MILE3 ON TIRES the College .re capablo painter of good charClasses in First Aid havo been or- acter and no bad habits is needed ganized by tho Red Cross and arc at onco by tho Painting departbeing conducted in Berea College and ment of Berea College Wrlto to E. H. Goudcy, Berea, Ky. in the Berea Publio School. A college class of twenty-fo- ur is being For Sale One Silago Cutter. Col-leconducted by Dr. Cowley and a norhas purchased a much larger by Dr. Dudmal class of forty-nin- o ley. These two classes meet at tho one, and has no need for tho smaller size. Offered at a very fair price. college for instruction. Col-leThese classes are tho result of Sco Mr. Eugeno Houck, at tho 4w-4Barn. 2 visits by Dr. Smock, Director of First Aid for Kentucky, who was For Sale Overland Runabout, here last week for a second visit when bo delivered tho opening lec- just overhauled. Tires and car in good condition. Dr. II. Dudloy, tures of some of the courses. Jackson Street. Tho intention of First Aid is to (t. f.) train peoplo so that they can care For Sale Nearly new vacuum for simple injuries without jlnnger of serious results and givo proper sweeper. $250. Call at Citizen of- (t.f.) care to serious injuries until tho flee. doctor arrives. Many thousands of LAND SALE deaths occur annually in this coun Owing to physical disability I try and many lifelong afflictions, besides, arc the result of doing tho must givo up farming and will sell wrong thing or not doing tho right my farm at Publio Auction on Tuesday, April 13, 1020 at 10:00 a. m. 'lung in very simple cases. This farm is located four miles from Berea on tho Paint Lick Pike, ono-ha- lf Classified Advertisements milo on dirt road. Tho farm consists of 35 acres more or less; 25 acres in cultivation. Good SONG RECITAL houso and all necessary outBy Mrs. G. E. King, soprano. Pro ceeds for Graded School music. buildings. All Kinds of fruit. Two April 21, Parish House. Save tho wells of flno water. On mail roule. one-ha- lf milo to school. Ono and dato. one-ha- lf miles to church. Fifteen Wanted Four young men room- acres in oals and grass. Work will ers who would like a quiet, neat, and continue to day of sale; and imclean room for study. Near Chapel. mediate possession will bo given. After the land is sold I will sell Corner Depot and Elipso streets. two good milch cows, five yearling Mrs. C. E. Osborne calves, my f.irn. implements, including Columbus farm wagon, and my FOR SALE household goods. Some town property. Seo J. W. terms win no mado known on Hr skins, Berea, Ky. (3t-4- 3 day of sale. G. C. Lake, Paint Lick. Ky. For Sale A new Wcb3lcr 0. L. Gabbard, Auctioneer. go go 1 THIS OAKLAND SENSI1ILK SIX IS POWERED WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALV- E OAKLAND ENGINE OAKLAND steadily growing popularity ol the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of tliis Even in those ous ami economical service. districts where roads arc unimproved and garage facilities arc lew and far bctwcccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day anil month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is sold. SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- easy-ridin- g; Touring Cab ami RoAMTtn 11078 F.O.H, I'ontiac. Mich. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 DEAN & HERNDON Real Estate Agents Individuality and Style Combined with quality you will find in our garments. t?30?C0? FLU EPIDEMIC A6AIN RAGING THROUGH COUNTRY Ftopls wk Art Liitlni and Run Down, Mors Apt to Succumb Thin Healthy Persons. Our Millinery Is complete in all the new Spring Ideas. "The Composite" Bluckcr Sty I of Long Waving CUi.J Kid. The Composite is a practical, scientifically built shoe that meets the exact requirements of thousands of men. Iking cut two slies under thru heel and instep it affords a remarkable degree of comfort to the wearer. The Nettleton Coniosite Is a shoe men adopt permanently it U always "in season. you aro run down ami have a lazy IWer, with poison In tho blood. It means that you am not In shape to resist the flu germs. And flu germs are everywhere. You breathe them all the time. Persons with whom you asso elate carry the irerms to you, and If you are not In good health you will contract the disease. Pepsotone will build you up. The handy tablets are full of new energy for you. They will move all impurities from the system. They will purify the bloud, and pure blood can resist the attack of flu germs. It's dangerous to feel llitlen. It means that Wo aro still selling Heal Estate, is hard to give possession of farms now as most fanners havo planned their crops, but wo havo a few that wo can still deliver, If sold. Wo havo an 'exceptionally good bargain of 281 acres on pike, two sols of Improvements, flno land, in good neighborhood, near church and school. Dettcr sco us if you wMit something liko this. Another highly improved place, nice houso and barn, about 50 acre?, ono-lia- lf milo olT pike. Priced to sell quick. Wo need moro places to sell Drop in at The Bank and list your properly with us. but it soon as tho sun dries off the ground Hcrntlon will resume- his "rambling round," And if a buyer allghta In town, Wo'll "catch him" ero ho hits the ground. Wo'll show your land and all tho rest. And sell him what ho likes tho best. And If ho lacks a few round whcols, To closo up big or smaller deals, Wo'll shake our rags and hlo and huck, And 'Iwlxt us wo will cough urn up. So bo your troubles great or email, Hrltigthem to us and toll us all. Wo'll show you homes and givo you choice, And when you'vo bought you will rejoice. A3 - Horndon is Just up from tho flu, Was protty sick! 'twlxt mo and you; Hut you can "bet your life," by Hob, Ho's up now and back on his Job. So como on now and list your land. Wo'll sell It this spring if wo can; Hut if wo do not placo it all, Wo'll find a buyer by next fall. Como on to Dean & Horndon! F. L. MOORE'S J.M.Coyle& Co. Berea, Ky. Rrsacsoitatlm lor 11 WwU-- The 2c. package of Tepsotone is an Investment for better health an Investment well worth making. Yourdrugglst has a supply and will be glad to furnish you with I'cpsotone. Trade with us, We'll both make money Jewelry Store FOR John Dean's still doing "financial chores," Ho'll lend you money, or borrow yours. Call at The Bank and sco him thoro; He'll shako ymir hand and treat you NrmrroH l Hone Mco's tlxr WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Berea, Keotucky Mrs. Eva Walden First Class Repairing AND Fio Line of Jewelry ' square. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY April 8, 1020. THE CITIZEN METHODIST CHURCH NOTES ol Pago Five GROVER C. C. BOWLING-Orove-r Easier prolast Sunday morning thoroughly enjoyed by all present, although largo numbors I'ubtlahwl it Thuradar t lima, Ky. hnd to stand throughout tho enterBEREA PUBLISHING CO. tainment. Many chairs wcro used, Uncorporatad) hut tho scaling capacity failed to WM. C. FROST, EdltorJnOiLf aecomodalo Iho crowd. Wo wish, J. O. LEHMAN. Manatmf Editor nt n church, lo thank Dean Edward's Subscription Ratei rl.olr for their music, which everyl'AYAIIt.K IN ADVANCE Wo hcllcvo tho imII.M one enjoyed. On Yaar H Hli Month M pression left by this entertainment ThrMMonthi Is one that will last. or Kiprraa Montr Bnd mon)f br Next Sunday morning, at 11:00 Order, Draft. Rrglittml letter, or on and two rent atampa. o'clock, Iho paslor will preach on The data after your nam on label ahowa to what data your uhttriptlnn la paid. If It la not '"Ihn World Attempting to Livo by chanced within thre wreka after renewal notify Ilrend Alone." Text, Malt. 4: 4. a.Mlaslnr numbera will b (llly aupplled if w Sunday evening servlco nl 7:30 are notified. IJlieral terma glren to any who obtain new o'clock. Topic, "Unprofitable forua. Any on arndlnc ua four yearly Text, Luke 17:7-1- 0. aubarrlptlona ran reraWa The CiUien free for ona year. J, O. Lehman gavo an Interesting Aurertlilnr ratea on application. ttlk last Sunday evening In League. The topic for next Sunday is "What Shall Wo do With APRIL Tim (linn tins como to Inko tlio pen Our Sundays?" Tho leader is Mr. And wrilo nliout tho Spring, l.arkin. Cnino mid givo your idea Of bugs nnil lines and butterflies of what should bo dono with our Sundays. Ami birds upon tlio wing. Tho Woman s Forolgn 'MissionIs dull, tlio ink Is dry Tlio pen ary Society mcl lasl week with Mm. And rhymes aro slow lo come, McOulrc. Thoro wcro sovcral memItul as I puzzle for tlio word bers anl visitors present. Tho I licnr tlio insects hum I work and possibilities of tho homo Tlio things Hint died, or seemed lo as well as forolgn missions wai dhrussed. The next regular meetdin ing will ho a thank offering meetHoforo tho wlnler's broeze, ing and will be held publicly nl tho Aro lifting up their heads again, church. As merry ns you please. Tho Official noard met on MonHut certain poets wc havo hoped day nlghl of this week at the Had petered out for good, church. Tho building of a parAre hark again and coming strong-Coe- val sonage, which Is to bo creeled on with tho hud. the lot adjoining (he church, and other business wns dlsctisscl. Tho And as Ihey rhyme tho speckled meeting closed with n number of frogs, heart-fe- lt prayers for Iho success Mado up of specks and noise,. of the work of tho church. Aro raving In tho woods again To help Iho trees rejoice. Sunday-scho- The Citizen DETROIT-BERE- A PARTY The A family Newtpapcr for all that li right gram was true, and interettlng given l'nal-ofllc- Scr-vnn- Ls. Ep-wo- rth Let frogs and poets ravo and rhyme Tho servlco which began ns a And sing their gladsome tune, Service at the Christian Hut I would trade this flcklo month Church is still going on with good For half n day in Junol Alson Ilakcr interest, and results aro realized A number havo decided to Hvo tho Christian life. Rev. VanWinklo is preaching somo excellent sermons PROCLAMATION and tho membership of tho church Is being greatly bolpcd. Pre-Kasl- er SERVICE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH CLEAN UP AND PAINT KEEP IT UP! OP AND BOY SCOUTS DO GOOD WORK Know all Men, Women and Cbil. dren By These Presents THAT, Whereas the NATIONAL CLEAN UP and PAINT UP CAMPAIGN has resulted In many lifo to community advantages throughout tho United Slates. In safeguarding HEALTH; In promoting THRIFT; In furthering FIRE PREVENTION; In stimulating CIVIC PRIDE; and In making the "HOME AND CITY ' BEAUTIFUL" NOW, THEREFORE. Bo it known that plans havo been perfected for n thorough Clean Up and Paint Up campaign In Berea, Kentucky, Beginning April 13th Tho dale to mark the opening of n real campaign of persistent and construct ivo effort in cleaning up anil keeping it up. In this worthy movement we urgo each citizen to do his or her part lo mako our community Clean, Healthy, Thrifty, Safe and Beautiful. (Signed) J. L. Gay, Mayor The Boy Scout Troop of Berea, is better organized Ibis year than in any previous year. Tlio Troop now has n scoutmaster, two Assistant Scoutmasters, four Palrol Leaders, four Assistant Patrol Leaders ant (be meeting proper is conducted with dignity and decorum. Tills U making itself felt in tho manner that (ho boys are behaving. I dare say that some of the literary societies of our school aro not belter con ducted. When Iho roll is called each scout rises to bis feet, gives the Scout Saluto and answers tho call by one of tho scout laws. Tho parents of tho boys can do a great deal in assisting them to keep up their scout work as well as their home work. Tho boy scouts aro going to try nnd be tho liveliest boy organlz ation in our vicinity. You will want it when you sco it. It's the verv latest Webster's IIn Dictionary and has tet national never been used. We havo only ono anil will sell It at a Bargain, uau at the citizen oruce. Bowling was horn April former Berea wcro mado glad Sat- 11. 180.1, and died March 22, 1920, students urday evening, March 27, when while at Camp Cody, New Mexico, they were ushered into Iho beau- lie bad been sent Ihero by tho U. S. club Government for special treatment tiful arllsllrally furnished rooms of tho Industrial Women's He had been sick about six months Service Center, 2131 E. Grand prrvlous to bis going lo Camp Cody Boulevard, Detroit,. They were In senrch of a cllmalo that might thrilled with Joy when hero Ihey rcflorc Ills health. Ho was accommet some of their former class panied by his devoted father and mntes and friends, whom tboy had mother on bis trip out west This not seen for years. y.uug man had spent about They talked of Iho happy days e'ghlcen months in Iho servlco of spent at Berea, bringing back many hlOcountry, having been In many pleasant memories of the past. Af of the camps of tho country, tho ter an hour of visiting, singing audi most strenuous of which was spent plnying games a most dolighlful doing guard duly about Iho muniluncheon wos served in which tion plants of tho East, and It is Ibeir loyally to Berea was renewed thought (hat (his duly had someby the beautiful colors, bluo and thing to do with his affliction. Ho white, which wcro carried out in had tho flu while in tho service. 'he deroratfons extensively. Tholr Grover C. Bowling was a young spirits were enthused by tho sing- mon of sterling qualities and of o ing of "Wo Arc All Good Fellows." hich Christian character, having After many Jokes and school become a member of tho Christian prnnks were told and luncheon was Church sometime before his takover th boys gave nlno rnbs for ing sick. He had many friends who Berea. Tho remainder of tho even- will miss him much. ing was spent in music, playing Funeral services were held at Iho games, and Just having a gooltlmo Christian on Church Sunday, in general. March 28th, at 2 p. m., tho services Those present were as follows: being hold by Bro. Hudspeth, pas Mr. and Mrs. David Powers, Bertha lor, lo whom ho was much dovolcd. Robinson, Elbert Stout, Avo Win-toMr. and Mrs. Bowling dC3lro lo Willis Slout, Mary Johnson, thank their many friends for the Kenneth Hull, Lula Houscr, Craw- svmpalhelic kindness nnd so many ford Lynn, Kathcrino Guyman, Hcr-sh- el fcvor.s shown them in lliclr beBilbrey, Evelyn Campbell, Mil- reavement. lard Henkins, I.ucilo Monroo Zeder, Hi uhen Clark, Amanda Stucndal, RED CROSS VISITORS Frank Duso, Hilda Gcrds, Lamar Simms, Celia Kunath, Efflo Home, Social Workers of Prominence Coma Ida Kirchoff, Pansy Davis. to Berea to Study Methods Bill Bowen, Willard Anlcs, JoshBeing Used Here ua McConuell, Mr. and Mrs.CIarenco Three individuals of prominence Kirby, who were also in Iho city, regretted their inability lo attend wore in Berea last week observing tin; Red Cross work being dono here I lie parly. and assisting in carrying it forward. Miss Elizabeth Ailing, Assistant in PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Rural Service, Washington, D. C, E. F. Dizney, Principal spent several days studying the Association' work of the Red Cross class and The Parent-Teachewill meet next Friday, at 3:00 p. m., visiting points of interest in tho for the last tlmo this year. Besides surrounding communities. She will sumo music numbers tlio lower carry tho story of our work and grades will feature in this last our methods to (ho universities meeting. where similar courses arc "being Dr. Smock, of Louisville, Slate di- given. rector of First Aid of Junior Red Dr. Philip Klein, Director of EduCioss, visited school last week and cation in the Southern Division, Atgavo tho upper grades a splendid lanta, came for a similar purpose, lb) is seeking to investigate methaddress on First Aid work. New pupils conlinuo to present ods already in use, in li is organizathemselves for admission. Some- tion of courses In tho universities of his division. times, wo find room for them. Tho water supply has been cut The Social Service Training course olT from the public school this week al Be"rea was tho first of its kind on account of repairs of our drain- established In the United States age system. This has affcclcd tho emphasizing, ns it docs, the social of rural districts, healing as well as olhcr inconve- organization which is tho (ask Iho American Red niences. Our hustling County Agent, Robt. Cross has undertaken as an outSpeuce, has Jusl visited tho publio standing policy. It is still regarded school in the interest of tho agri- as the leading pioneer institution in Ho finds a this work and is tho center of a cultural club work. much more promising outlook for great deal of interest among social workers the country over. this year than last. The third visitor was Dr. Smock, Tho physical examination of pupils continues. Parents should bo of Louisville, Director of First Aid careful to follow up tho diagnosis in Kentucky. Ho came to lecture to of tlio doctors with prompt treat- classes in First Aid. ment, if so advised. NOTICE TO SOLDIERS Only one moro month of school afler this week. This nionth is Many soldiers aro still unaware the crowning ona of tho year. Par- of the good things tho government ents should raiso tho question, "Is has for them. Only this week a my child passing in his work?" sivicc man entitled to largo comThe following wcro visitors at pensation was in the local Red Iho public school this week: Miss Cross ofllce. Ho did not know until Etln English, Dr. Wm. G. Bc3t, E. that time, that he was entitled In i'.. Wynn, James Lyltle, Mrs. Jesse compensation. Application was Baird, Mrs. Carroll Batson, Mrs. Dr. mado. Servlco men aro B. F. Robinson, Mrs. Eli Baker, and urged to call at tho local Red Cross llev. Kitchen, of Corbin. ollico and talk things over with the Junior High School ba3 organized secretary. Ofllco in tho Industrial a line learn for baseball with Walter building. Hix as captain and Willicm Adams (Miss) Etta English, Secretary v. manager. A good number of A Car Load of Iron Roofing Has just been received. It is the patent crrugnted, galvanized iron roofing, 28 gauge, and will sell at $9.00 a square PAINTING TIME IS HERE Paint will make your house new and beautiful. Faint will make the home more pleasant. Paint is a good disinfectant. Paint your house inside and outside and the whole family will be happy. We Have Paints For Every Purpose Flies carry disease germs. Mosquitos bite and annoy. Screen your houses and keep these pests out. We can furnish you with Screen Doors and Windows, Any Size or Good Screen Wire, Galvanized or Painted . n, STEPHENS & MUNCY Berea, Ky. Hazard, Ky., April 3. Three men 'were probably fatally wounded nnd another dangerously wounded in a light last night on Buffalo Creek, three miles from Hazard, between a Sheriffs posso and alleged bootleggers. BEREA-RICHMO- Produce Yes AUTO LINE PRODUCE We are not so large, yet large enough to handle your requirements in the produce line at the highest market prices. And at the same time we are small enough to appreciate your business. And aside from the above we are here twelve months each year. rs' Will run a car at tho following hours on April 19 to tho Spark's Show at Richmond Leaving Boone Tavern at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m., returning at 5:30, 7;00 and 8:30 p.m., or until all are home. Remember No. 38 noon train gels t) Richmond too lalo for tho afternoon show. Car "will also leave Br.ono Tavern at 0:15 p.m., for night show. Fare, $1.25 ono way, round trip, $2.00. THE COMING CIRCUS World Famous Shows are t0 exhibit at Richmond Mon- - J day, April 19, and from newspaper reports preceding Ihem their exhibition will bo worth going many miles to witness. Of tho many features carried by the show this season, somo of tho Phone 61 animal acts aro without doubt tho Berea, Ky. most wonderful nnd thrilling ever Depot Street, presented lo an American audience. The big group of fighting forest-bre- d tho big tents will present a number lions, all full grown males, of the most marvelous foreign acts g!vo an exhibition that is full of of the century. thrills, and tho audience is left with Tho menagerie of wild animals a positivo feeling of awe at man's complete mastery over tho brute carried with tho show is wonderful in ivory detail, and contains rare creation. specimens of tho earth's extraordinary feature nnd curious Another most interesting and curious aniwith tho show is Capt, Wesley's mals, i troupe of educated Seals and Sea A mile long street parade of dar-zlianiLions. These interesting sea splendor, beautiful women, mals perform tho most seamlngly and handsome horses, interspersed impossiblo feats; balancing chairs, umbrellas and whirling brands of with three, brass band3 and a steam (Ire whilo climbing ladders, walking calliopo will travcrso the streets tight ropes and riding the backs of shortly before noon, and this feagalloping horses. This fcaluro baf- - ture alono will bo worth going, tles description and must bo seen; many miles to seo. Don't forget the Uato and the- j lo bo appreciated. Riohmond,Mnny other wonderful things aro placo of exhibition, , to bo seen with this mammoth show, Monday, April 19th. Advertisement. and tho main performance beneath Sparks J. S. GOTT ng - Safer, more lasting,more beautiful and Bring Us Your Country Produce We are paying the top Cash Prices less costly Companies classify Carey and safer roofing, and permit correspondingly low rates. Because Carey Shingles are made of the very best wool felt, tempered asphalt and crushed slate, they are and very durable. The natural red or green fadeless color of the slate surface makes them beautiful, and renders painting unnecessary. Low in cost and with practically no maintenance expense. INSURANCE We wish to announce' to our customers that we have our telephone in Call non-warpin- g, non-cracki- ng for Priceis Phone No. 60 Stephens & Muncy Phone 113 E'K BEREA PRODUCE COMPANY Under Odd Fellow's Hall on Chestnut Street BEREA, KY. L.A.N. r Depot J. F. WALSER, Manager Page Six TUB CITIZEN April Carl Huntley, 8, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special REMEDY DEFECTS IN BUTTER Webb, Secretary; Treasurer. HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science HOUSEHOLD PESTS llrsl washed In warm soapy walor, Insects Tho household fly breeds boiled In soapsuds, rinsed until free from soap, tlried In the sungarin manuro heaps, privy-vault- s, bage onus ami other unclean ac- light nnd Ironed with n hot iron, ten and clglilcen, Inclusive, to apart in well prepared soil, using cumulations nnd carries such filth hi ease of infectious diseases tho bed bushel of seed per a member of.tho Junior about one-ha- lf upon lis feet Into our homes, wbero 'nnd body linen should ho wet with Club, Saturday. April 10. nrre. Tb beans should bo culllval- il is often deposited in tho baby's a disinfectant as soon ns removed Tho placo of enrollment will bo at ,., well. When the beans are ripe milk and upon our foot), dishes, nnd and kept wet until immorscd In tho Infected clothing the County Agent's office al Ilcrca they may be cut or pulled up and Initio linen. If tho discharges from llrsl soapsuds. .The final enrollment closes April 15, lo euro thoroughly, in small ny Infectious discaso aro lofl open should ho handled ns litllo as posThe boys and girls who wish lo rocks; If the weather is favorable, lit flies, tho human beings In tho sible nnd in inslnnces whoro dishave this opportunity of becoming under rover, after which they may neighborhood nro In constant 'dan- infectant nro nol available tho educated should grasp this oppor easily he bealen out with n stick. clothing should ho kept wol with ger, particularly from cases of tunRy to mako the best use of IU There is no reason why any farmer cold water until ready for laundcr- nnd tuberculosis. fever The-fare many good things to bo may not have sufficient seed a comA spectacular campaign against H'Jf. Whllo cold wnlcr docs not kill opportu paratively small cost. Do not negoblaincd in this work; the Hies has been waged nil over tho the bacteria II lessens their vitality nity lo become a slate champion, a lect inoculation. rnnnlry for several years, but It and provents Inrectlvo malorlal rrom county champion, a community must be admitted that if moro at- - "I'lng lilnwn about as particles of ehnmpion and to get an agriculturo ANIMAL HUSBANDRY Itnlltm wns given lo tho barnyards dust inlo food or dishes, education on the farm, staying at The third lest In comparing tho and garbage cans, less lime would bo1 The oldest nnd still ono of Iho home. Tho Stale College of Agri valuo of corn sllago and sorghum illslnfeclnnLs Is "qulcklimo", needed for killing tho flies. Wire culture invites the parents to help silnge for fattening steers will closo llmo Is of no valuo. for everv window and lo promolc the Junior Agriculturo April 8th. A Beef Catllo Day n ncccfls"y for M'e.l with water to Iho consistency """h work and to givo them a chanco to will he held at the Station farm, nnd houses as Iho windows and doors 'of cream, known ns milk-lim- o crops and live Lexington, Monday, April 12th, become owners of used lo disinfect excreta nnd privy themselves. stock. at which timo tho results of Roaches and water bugs nro pests vaults, il cannot bo excelled. In The County Agent will bo In bis the year's work will be discussed. '"Mng milk-of-llfor bed pnns, in city houses nnd infest dish-sinoffice all day Saturday enrolling All farmers and others interested in supplies, nnd If urlnnls, sputum cups or privy vaults nnd food those who wish to Join this year' steer feeding are invited to be presthey were only repulsive from tho tho rule is, (and tho samo rulo ent. A bulletin giving results of of cleanliness, should bo! I'lies to all disinfectants,) Hint Iho WINNERS the Ihreo years' work with these tlestrovetl. Just how far they can' amount of disinfectant, should bo Last Saturday Mr. J. L. Gay, casl! Iwo feeds will bo published In the mntorlnls Is nol double in volume Uio nmounl of ';rir- ,"f,,1rl, " ier of Ilerea National Bank, spoke to near future. known, but II is reasonable to sup- one of the most enthusiastic crowds poso they mav carry llllh upon their 'ous lo handle nnd gencrnlly ' ,. . i that ever gathered at the hank. It FARM HOMES NEED LIGHTING i.t .....v. ,..uv.vmj. irei nun uepu?ii H wtiuru t;t:r uiu consisted of community, county, and Tho Stale Board of Health Di- ,.. PLANTS slide winners of medals, cerliflcalo The Hens Will Help Pay Betlhngs by their bile aro thought rtclor is I)r. J. N. McCormacK. Cth the Bill1 and trophy cups. There were 10 Wrlto The almost startling results se to carry disease, nnd whllo Ibis has anil Main, Louisville, Ky. boys and girls, who had won dis- cured by increasing tho amount of nol yet been definitely proved, every him for health suggestions, tinction in 1919. Mr. Gay gave a daylight for the hen should prove -effort should be made to exterminate line address and expressed bis ap interesting lo tho people. DESTROY THE FIRST f LIES Uiem. Tho 98; preciation of having the honor of birds in the pen A Fly Catechism Mosquitoes are carriers of mala- where tho lights Presenting to these club winners were turned, on each morning at hero is Iho fly born? In fleas carry bu - ' I. ria anil yellow-feve- r, I i the certificate of merit issued by the i:00 a. m. have laid 3,827 eggs In tho cent of Its oriel tin bent, it can ! " l"'1 fl' ls , a'"1. ",0 an be accomplished through such State College of Agriculture. As four winter months (November 1. n. n, no.mu n,- - live? In earner oi siceptng-sicKncs- s. .. a movement as tins, in mo ursi ttio rerltnYnlps worn presented. 1919 to iee every kind of flllh. February 29, 1920, Inc.,) Cats. dogs, anil other household plnee, departmental and institu- Mr. Gay recognized each individual whereas, n. Is anything too filthy for Iho the 98 birds in tho pen rc- tonal patriotism ran be fostered, pets may carry infection in their fly vhilo standing, witli a personal w)rd reiving no light have laid but 2,091 lo eat? No. in the conducting of fur. getting acquainted witli the boy or ggs. This is an increaso of 1,140 I. Where does ho go when ho Disinfection such a meeting In n businesslike girl by asking some questions or say- eggs WVt egg3 per bird) duo to tha Certain agents which nro employed leaves the wnter closet, tho manuro nnd professional way. maintaining ing, "Oh, yes; I know your father." effect of tho light. to destroy the baclerla of special pile anil the spittoon? Into tho klt- the proprieties that should belong Mr. Gay assured theso club workers i What docs 'ebon and dining-rooOf course, theso results would not students without tho watchful itser..es and limit (he spread of in - ht tin that ho was behind them in all that have been secured had not tho bens there? He walks on the bread, feclion nre known ns illsinfeclnnLs. of members of the faculty, and they did and emphasized that it was ieen properly fed a balanced ra nre divided Into three fmit. and vegetables; he wipes hl3 i spirit of responsibility should re- -, Disinfectants his great joy and privilegotobelna tion. Although it is too lalo this classes: Light, heat antl chemicals, feet on the butter anil bathes In si i from such a movement. position lo help promote such work season to LigbL The direct rays of tho sun tuo butlermilic. utilize this information, The students' relations with each as was being carried on by the boys il fi. Does tho lly visit tho patient sick can bo used as a talkingpointfor uuvnmi .1 i o her to Iho faculty, and to tho nn' and girls. nn electric light plant on tne farm. or startling the growth of many wilh consumption, typhoid fever, nil. nf tho institution, can bo At the close of the meeting tho The hens will help pay the bill- itiu kuiui ui nnd cholera infantum? He does and ."t'tved al through such discus- - Itsense organisms, Club members made Mr. Gay an r.ubereulosis, of typhoid fever and may call on you next. si uis. The spirit of tho Into sportshonorary member. Reuben Lambert, Ho Is 0. Is tho fly dangerous? CINCINNATI MARKETS. competitors, lu germ of cholera arc destroyed man toward all a boy who has won slato honors, Sunlight has a man's worst pesl. and more dangerby strong sunlight. " 'whether personal or departmental, Hay and Grain. by being the champion judge al tho beasts or rattlesnakes. All Dairy Utensils Should Be Care- tn athletics, in debate, and in every sterilizing offect upon water and ous than wihl State Fair last year, pinned tho club Corn No. 2 white $1.70 1.71, No. 2 7. What diseases does tho flycarry? fully Sterilized for Use. line of competition, will bo sewage. tiher Y badge on Mr.' Gay, thereby making yellow $1.C91.70, No. 3 yellow $1.07 nn,t flirt He enrries typhoid fever, tuberculonf ...... 1.G9, in mi hinnllnn ... ItnltsAfl $1.0701.08, So. 3 advantageously used In pasTPiirlr.lns established through these discus, 1 t.i llm n't him an honorary member of the mixed No. 2 mixed white ear $1.07 How? nrrnngement of windows the nmounl sis and summer complaint. $1.0301.07, milk nnd cream and In sterilizing tlnlry sions. I.i'i us hnpo that the slit Southorn Madison County Clubs. 1.09, yellow ear $1.0701.09. of sunlight which will he available mi his wings nnd hairy feet. What equipment In the nventge commercial dents of nil deparlments will start Plans were made and discussed for Sound Hay Timothy per ton $330 plant, nccordlng to specialists. They something in line with tho program should he seriously considered; nnd is his correct nnme? Typhoid Fly. 39.75, clover mixed $35039, clover a very successful year for 1920. 8. Did he ever kill any one? Ho in the routine care of a house tho advise that all dairy factory men which tho Normal have started. $31039. exposure of bedding, furniture, rugs, killed morn American soldiers In Iho utilize this waste steam during the Oats No. 2 white S1.O801.OJ. No. Marshall E. Vaughn, Secretary READ THE LETTER current winter, when fuel Is senrce 3 white $1.03, No. 2 mixed $1.0201.03, draperies anil clothing lo tho direct Spanish American War than the high In price. Information on The following letter is from a No. 3 mixed $10101.02. and rays of the sun should he carried bullets of tho Spaniards. FOOD FOR THE CHILD how to ue steam effectively will be club girl raising pure bred R. I. Red 0. Where are the greatest number Butter, Eggs and Poultry. mil regularly. The country custom refurnlslH'd free of charge when Children are far more restricted In chickens. This is not tho first timo Butter Whole milk creamery extras quest Is mtitle to the United States de- their diet than lire grownups, nnd they nf exposing all utensils used for milk of cases of typhoid fever, consumpshe has called for bulletins. Moro CSc, firsts Klc, seconds 02c, fancy dairy partment of agriculture. Washington complaint? nntl summer lo the rays of the sun Is based upon tion, nre more dependof our club members and farmers 00c. Where there nro iho most dies. D. C. ent upon special the principle of disinfection. Eggs Kxtrn firsts 39c, firsts 3Sc, should take advantage of what is 10. Where are the most flics? Ileal. Kilher dry or moist, is an foods. We all firsts 37c. furnished free to them. neetl n diet so elTerlual disinfectant. Moist lica! Where there is tho most flllh. A FORWARD STEP OF THE NORLive Poultry Fowls 4 lbs nnd balanced that It either as steam under pressure or 11. Why should we kill tho fly' MAL DEPARTMENT Orlando, Ky., March 13, 1920. over 33c, under 4i lbs 33c, roostwill produce the by boiling is much moro effectual Ilecause he may kill us. ers 23c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, (Continued from Fioe Two) Mr. Robert F. Spencc, highest elllclency, 35c, hen turkeys, 8 lbs nnd over 40c. 12. How shall wo kill the fly? dry heat. Live steam is emBoroa, Ky. ' the epidemio of influenza and the hut the food for than Live Stock. in iho sterilizers commonly Destroy all the filth about the houso Ple'aso send mo Farmers' Bulletin n growinc iiotracted meeting very few chapchili! ployed Cattle Steers, good to choice $11.C0 els were conducted during tho Win- must do more tluiti that. The growing employed In hospitals for Iho dis- and yard; pour llmo into tho water No 082 on trap nests; also Farmers' 013, fair to good $9.50011.50, comBulletin No. 574. Last Wednesday, tho ehlliLJs. building, haw. Ucsu. uud. buiio, infection of all surgical inslrumcnls closet antl on the manure; kill Iho mon to fair $709.50; heifers, good to ter term. lly with a wire screen paddle, or Kor this reuson'the child should have and tlrcssings, ulonsils.Wothlng, bedYours very truly, good $8.50 students held their first chapol choice $10.50012.23, fair to a larger proportion of sticky paper, or kerosene. oil. ding nnd water. common to fulr $0.5038.50 010.50, meeting for tho snrincr term and Glonna Johnson, foods than ndults. Milk Is the most 1.1. Kill tho fly In nny' way, but cows, good to yj01O.5O, fair to picctP( fi10 f0iiowinff Dishes, washablo clothing except Club Member good $3.5007.choice oncers, C. C. Importunt; eggs, butter uud $1.3005.25; limners woolens, surgical instruments nntl kill the fly. chairman; Miss Elvcno stoctr steers $7.30011. stock heifers Parsons, cerenls, with top milk, are ery I i. If there Is fll tli nnywhero that ulensiU may be sterilized by boiling Miss LllUo Important in the tliet of the child. Jordan, FARMERS SHOULD GROW THEIR $o.50&S.50. you cannot remove, call tho ofllco for half nn hour. Calves (Join! to choice $10017, fulr SOY BEAN SEED to good $11010, common uud largo 'Hie process employed in launder- rf the Hoard of Health, and ask for On account of the high price of $0010. ing linen, when properly dono, is relief before you are stricken with Soy Bean seed (now $8.00 to $9.00 per shipper heavy Hogs Selected one of disinfection; the clothing is disease anil, perhaps, death. bushel) which is seriously curtail- $15.75010.75, good to choice packers uud butchers $17, medium $17, common ing tho growth of this very imporWe arc toltl repeatedly by thoso but never let the children want for It, 13.25, to choice heuvy fat sows Dishes made chlelly or mtlk, meat, tant crop, farmers should bo urged light shippers $10010.23, pigs$9'9 lbs who have muile a study of the diet of (110 the chlltl that no mother should buy a llsli. poultry anil egc, with meat substito grow their own seed, which is and less) $10014.23. tutes, rorm the most Important group pound or meat until she has purchased a quart or milk tor each chlltl In her In the ration. Then come cereals and bread ; then tutu, of family. Milk Is the Ideal rood ror the chlltl. which the most Important Is butter. Do not give children Med foods which nre It contnln the clemcntH needed to promote growth with the exception of hard to digest, fruits nnd vegetables iron. This element Is given the chlltl are next; then simple kweetv such an us spinach, beet dried fruits or pure candles. Candy in such vegetable should always be glwn ut the cntl of greens nntl carrots. "Works like a dream, As the chlltl grows antl becomes very the meal, never before. Gets all the cream." Wheat taken from the granary, well act Ivo other roods are added, such an Because it H starchy roods, which supply energy. washed, soaked over night, then cooked When lid Ik Is unpleasant lo the chlltl In tho nnme water until well cracked First: Cleanest skimming The give It to him In cream Miups. custards nntl covered with gluten. Is one nf the perfected Disc Howl removes all New iiml cocoa. The older members of the most desirable of foods for growing the high priced butter fat from tho milk. rayjlly. UJUX be jiiulerijit'oneiLon. milk. children. Servo It with top milk. "Z" Engine Ignition positive powerful perfect from operate easy Second; Easiest to Bosch h.gh tension oscillating magneto, built into every "7." to tako apart nnd put together; easy runEngine, insures hot spark that gives utmost power from fuel. Oscillating type means quick start with little cranking. ning, due to slow speed (only 42 turns per minute for the larger sizes) antl perHighest grade magneto on the market every part interchangeable as accurately made as a fine watch. Its action fect oiling system. is positive, its spark is fiery intense holt Third; Simple to wash less parts, Beit Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, All contact parts extra strong case hardened wear resistPrivate Rooms, Hatha. Klcctrlc Service. nnd fewer discs. A patented disc transing. This guarantees ii.ctime ignition-servic- e for the "Z . device. fer is an added labor-savin- g Perfect ignition gives the "Z" added power quick starting Eye, Note and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , fi,THE LAST CHANCE a very Simple mailer. An opportunity is offered to every The seed should 1)0 planted In rows boy ninl girl, between tho ages of twenty-eiginches lo Ibirly-llv- o ht bc-coAgri-oulluro ed Investigator Use of Churn Numbers Would Enable Inspector! to Sort Out Varloua Churnlngt. At these meetings tho principles, regulations, nnil Ideals of Berea College as n wholo aro to bo dis- cussed. The promotion of tho In-- li resl of tho Normal department trial ivo to tho athletic, literary, professional, and religious phases will be emphasized, and tho general community spirit of tho student body ns a wholo given serious attention. If Ilcrca Collego In all Its deparlments Is affecting tho sludent hotly for good, ns il should, Hie students of tho cntiro Institution should now be ready to take some Independent steps toward standing for nnd promoting tho highest ideals of tho institution. Heron's program should never neetl lo bo a compulsory ono. It Is a program that docs nol ilwnrf, stultify, or even impair tho manly qualities of men and tho womanly qualities of women. Tho ,things which Berea stands nro tho T i nt al Chr II ' 1, an should stand for, il hoped that this movement In tho Normal department will spread through nil Iho departments and Dually result in Iho crystallizing of a doflnilo codo of principles among b" students which is in harmony nlmo nf Mm tn ti.llli Hit stltutlon. Heron's program of high DON'T WASTE FUEL IN DAIRY moral aims to which tho students nrr asked lo snbscrlbo fails In tho Exhaust Steam Can Be Advantageousl) ultimate purposo if it does not reUted In Pasteurizing Milk and sult in voluntary and independent Sterilizing Cans. action on tho part of tho students. (Prepared by the Unlteil States Depart Catch the spirit, my dear young merit of AKrlctilture.) Mnny factory operations of Hit friends, and help tho Inslllulion dairy Industry require the use of heal r.irry forward tho principles of although they dentiind little power. A democracy anil morality and Chris exhaust steam contains nbout 00 pet tianity. Snmo of the defects tinted liy butter Inspector of the United Stnte depart-wen- t of ngrleulturo are: Old cream lluvor, wnvy or mottled appearance, too much salt, ami tcaktness In tin butter. These defects lire reported n the shipper when the Inspection ter tlllcate Is sent him, so Unit ho mat know why his butter scores low am' nuiy remedy (he detects. The tise of churn numbers, so that the receivers run more readily sort oir separnto churnlngs. is urged by food product Inspectors of the bureau of markets. United States department of agriculture. In one lot of butter, foi example, the score varied from 88 to Pi As no churn numbers were shown the only wny the receiver could ep unite the butter wns by examining e ery tub. If churn number bad beei shown It would have been n Minple matter to separate the vnrlons rhurn lugs nnd sell them according to score It Is not possible to take time to ex limine every tub. so the butter Is soli according to the samples tnken. nnd n n discount If the samples vary ninth If there should happen to lie Just nm poor tub In the shipment nnd the srm pier found It the whole shipment would stirrer: while If churn number were used, only the tubs In Hint rhurn lug would receive the lower score. iil .r Ml en air-slak- ed L ,.,'T.i ire-box- es lilr-lin- , ,, - ni. !.!..... , '' """l 'f0 &u - ro I iis w l,T""" iifr "ell-conke- d Vice-chairm- ' United States Disc Separator THE NEW Built In Bosch Magneto Insures Hot Spark Berea College Hospital Sun-l'arlo- sanitary frame with enclosed gears, automatically oiled, will wear longer, require little attention and less repairs. Dairymen aro Invited to a freo demonstration of the superior qualities of the New United State Disc Separator. 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STORE Berea, Kentucky CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March I, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week, The rates for patients i per day. cared for In the wards will remain the same lly Order of Prudential Committee, lierea College April 8, 1020. TUB CITIZEN Pago Seven troubles hnve hnd on foreign credits. so necessnry to Oennnny, nnd the con fequent withholding of food supplies. rnw mntcrlnls, etc., hns hntl n profound Influence on the nation ns a whole. One of the most disastrous consequences following the revolution nnd Inter troubles hns been the effect upon tho mornle of Oer mnn workmen. They nre reported ns loitering on their Jobs, discontented nnd stroticly Imbued with the feeling of III trentment. Production Is In nn unhenlthy stnte; precisely whnt the red lenders desire for the furthcr- nnce of their designs. Knpp-Lucttw- IMflQVEB UNIFORM INTEIrlATIONAt SJNMSOI00L Lesson Ut ItKV The Moral Question About Tobacco do took ns Ills lcxl2 Corinthians 4:18. every tiny or I wo something for no rite tilings which nro seen nro--i other reason than that you would temporal, bill : lie Iliinff9 which nro mllier not do II, so that when tho unseen nro ulcrnnl,'' nnd spoko of hour of dire need draws nigh, It rolalivo values. Wo quote tho fol- may lltid you not unnerved and unlowing extract: trained" to slant! Iho lest." And prob .lames ndds, "such n man will stand "Let mo oito two world-wid- o lems, with 'local illustrations of our like a tower when everything rock? reaction to n moral situation. First, nrounil him, and when his wcakc -l- lto change in tho smoking rtilo in fellow-morta- ls ore winnowed liko Iho college illtl not, I Judge, cxpres ehnlT In tho blast." a cuangeil attitutlo on (ho part of tho The main Issue hero is tho weakfaculty toward tho smoking habit. ening or the toughening of soul-llhe- r; It only expressed tho judgment that the average man can't stand tho changed conditions inado it wlsu thnt heroic lesl. He is content with to deal with tho problem In a differ- lower ethical ground And "low t" ent way. That there Is n moral Is a fearful penalty to pay. problem Involved is evidenced from While I have cited this ns a local tho concerning tho arguments Illustration the tobacco habit Is aslilt' - suming waslefi'lii'M unheiilth.'tiini tremendous proportions. If iipss, selllshness of tho habit. I have 1 am right. It Involves nn nlmost uniarguread and heard most of tho versal thnt wenkens ments, I suppose, togolher witli tho indepe- rtsislnncc nnd blunts the finest slogans of "Freedom." power of spiritual mastery. That Is ndent" nnd the appeal to tho unimoral life, If It bo tho accusations of serious for the versal habit and true. of the hiiirowness I shnll be chnllenrcd nt this point Hacked up hy tho tobacco companies, by the appeal of tho habit, and by Iho question whether I am not ny the power of nicotine, these ar applying an exalted ethical princiguments can be wonkcd successfully, ple to a trivial matter, the tobacco I leavo tho answer to your u3 the worse dressed up to pass for habit. Judgment. Is it a trivial mailer if the belter reason. lint mono of these arguments see clearly tho the habit is fastening Itself upon us, issue that makes morality always a hm! If II is n form of commanding thing in life. All of yin high moral grounds Is tho to these arguments mean "wo want to bacco habit defensible? Arc wo noi smoke." And since that's the goal In danger of ndopllng a low moral of the argument, it makes little piano in order to let flio trivial difference what arguments you use, thing by? How about onr senso of May not this so that they ore giving rcasonablo ethical proportion? unseen value prove to bo ono of the fotm and reach tho desired goal. things? Can wo save our Supposo instead of formulating eternal souls antl the Indulgent habit too? moral reasons to win a debate, a Of course this must be said. Thcro man puis up this proposition to his own soul: t want to bo liko Christ are unnoticed habits of that fasten upon us nil that in my moral mastery and in my abil-- il to seize the main issue nnd be air quito as soul destroying ns the always tf baeco habit. The spiritual signifih.ynl tit it. cance of this habit is in Its universal romes by discipline, not by nntl insidious nppeal. Whoever lose.? Is in If a man (bus carries tho argu- the maslery hy (ho smoking class in this sense. ment to tho heroic stage, ho is in sight of the main issue. Mny I cite a personal instance of is this universal struggle to-- keep tho is cnnbling: il impairs tho One moral ir.itial'ive whilo dealing with soul trmpcr, antl dulls tho cutting edgo hnbils? During these winter month Christ I am rising at five in tho morning. nml makes for "softness." would say "It destroys your soul," I give myself three reasons for this: and it does destroy moral fiber. You First, I need the extra hour of lime cannot imagine Christ making a de- for work. Second, I am in better cision that involved physical condition for work under nml then sophisticating himself with Ibis regime. Both of these reasons such arguments ns nro current to- have a moral bearing. But tho chief is to that ex- reason is a matter of spiritual disday. tent, loss of The mas- cipline. I found Hint lying In bed moro tery is gone: and Christ never let wa9 a form of the mastery pass out of his hands. appealing to mo than smoking, and iMt't this the main issue for one who quite as destructive of in his I dread to get up at five, with tho would bo thorough-goin- g ethics? result that I can carry a senso of It is saitl of n distinguished man mastery to tho days work. Tho in-- il alive is in my hands. It is this of affairs that "he onco smoked a cigar and found il so delicious that invisible nspect of trivial, commonhe never smoked again." Psychology place things that constitutes tho barks up ethics here. William e'ei nal issue for the soul. Tho toJames says "Keep tho faculty of con-ti- bacco habit in Itself may bo a trialive in you by a liltlo gratu vial matter, but Iho habit of is of enormous conitous exercise every day. That Is, be systematically ascetic or heroic st quence. con-len- Kentucky Public School Legislation loodershlp wh eh wo buy. Antl tho mere wasie or money nnd ofchiltl-l.oIn former issues tho new County opportunity for tho year will Hoard law has been discussed, nnd not bo (ho most serious matter. the power given it to elect tho People will becomo disgusted With considered. I wish now greater expense nnd no correspondto comment upon tho two matters ing improvement, nnd will lay tho of most immetilato concern to the hlumo on (ho new law, and work for people of the state, tho increased I he repeal of much of iho ndvanccd salaries to bo paid to teachers and legislation which has been enacted the additional taxing power given when (ho next Legislnluro meets. In tho face of this situation, ti the County Board which is dewhat manded to make (he salary law shall be done? Ono thing, evidently, must !io done. Kvery man and Few, If any, will object to tho bet- woman who holds childhood dear, tor payment of teachers. Wo say and who wishes to sco a bolter comthat our children aro our most munity tomorrow than wo havo .j, precious possession, but wo had almust say lo tho local trustee, lowed conditions to devclov which who holds (ho power (o elect tho mailo it impossible to secure teach- teacher yet this year, "Wo aro pay. ers of sufllclent education, nrnfes . i.k ingner taxes lo support tho sional training, and maturity to srhool, wo know that our children teach them. Thcro were literally tieservc iiio best that our money thousands of schools taught last enn buy, so we Insist (hat you year by young people who were ac-- U for us (he most fully trained, ally below the standard set by law. II. most experienced, (he most capalarmingly low ns that Is, simply be- able, (bo most enthusiastic and cner-gel- ic cause (ho money paitl for teaching teacher (hat can bo oblaincd. was insufllcicnt. It should be entirely Let no Personal Interest Enter Into that a wage lower than tho Selecton of the Teacher. .Sei paid for a ditch digger or awash cure for Our Children the Best, For woman Is too low to sccuro on only'the Best Obtainable will Satisworthy to stand in the place of par- fy Us. .Do this and We will Wilent to children for six hours out of lingly Pay all that is asked, and each school day. Anil yet wc havo more." been paying such wages to many f would m! emphasize these words teachers in our state. Tho new min- did I not know what most render imum salary of $75.00 per month for of these lines know, that all loo a term or not less than six months otien personal considerations do enis as low os we can afford to ter into (ho selection of a tennher. pay, and too low for the best of our That is, frequently ray nephew, or children, even yet. Wc must look uis niece, or ijelghbor Jones' daugh. to paying a minimum of at least tei, who needs the moner. thnt. t SlnO.nn nnr mnnlli ivllliln iun ..at.ll lliu lltUl considered, and not who will do the f II turn I for "Tho host la linn.ll,. UUM most In HnvMnnln n,nj. l ..v ' ' v . .J II... lilt M..11UO, 111 ..i ill U enough" wlicn my child is the onelIal,nff ambition; in directing growth t(t ho. Jiolnnr! np linrmnrl nnrl m.nrHi n irtlilflintr alrnnn i.isi si.-- i. other child in tho community do- - ,an manhood and womanhood. With .. :.. i t i. buhi-- nun which is as goou as i "i vury receir r ' iir- -i case lias corio to (he atleat )n cf Mi writer wh.ie. uesiro for my own. There Is one serious danger, how-ee- r, hi n good county, a "trustee" said (o this increase in salary. to a teacher of exnerience snnnrt Will .t. . T.l.. odiuijr yet me .L . ... imd Aionci P.I oel ability, nnl character. "I nm a noor ter Teacherl Or will wo nay tho man, ami I can't biro any teacher h;gher wage for an inferior work- uno will nol hoard with me." Shame man? A better salary cannot make en such falseness to n sacrnd triistl aooor Icacher good. On (he other Dees the possibility of selfishness. I .J r ... 1. may uj iuuko more favoritism, greed, exist in your dis turnI il, w.n.. at live tho "school hunter" who is trict? It will, if you aro not nwake possessed of some form of certi- nntl fully alive to tlio dancer, so let orate, and is willing to use all us make the first essential move this kinds of influence to sccuro a spring in building for Kentucky a gfotl salary with a small nmount of n;olly great public school system bv work roqnired. So it may happen making it our personal business to thnt, ir the people of every district see to it that the new saia law nre not alivo to tho dancer of tho secures for our children a $75 type of situation, wo may spend hundreds teaching as well as for the teacher or thousands of dollars this school a respectable salary check at the year with little improvement In the end of each month. nl so-euself-evitle- nt -1. L1 ' f T.-1 Prof. H. A. Youtz, of Obcrlin, Applies Christian Principle to Personal Conduct poinls; Prof. YouU in a recent sermon In Utile unnecessary NEW SCHOOL LAWS FOR KENTUCKY By Prof. Chas. D. Lewis . quality of Instruction, disclpllno antl (Coirrlhl. HTZVtAlfc.lt. Tclier of Ktmlnh Illbl In In Illbl Imtltul of Chlcnio.l 11 l' U.. Uootljr D. Union I HO, Wnuni Nwtpir LESSON FOR APRIL 18 THE VICTORY OF GIDEON'S BAND. TBXT Tlire In no rutralnt to the Ixinl to bjr many or by fw.- -I Fani., 1:1.40, I.K8HON GOI.DKN TKXT-Ju.ti- rri 7. ADIIITIONAU S:l-- !:. mtMATKItlAI. TOI'IC-Olilc- on - Judjcr Tlirro lliindrnl. JUNIOIt TOI'IC-llo- w I'ltlMAttr n.l Ol.teon Wen Ills Victory. INTKIIMUDIATK AND BKNIOll TOI'lC Victory liy Oo.r lflp TOUNO PHOIW.H AND ADUI.T TOPIC -- One with Clod a Majority. a So grievous wns Israel's nflllctlnn tlint I hoy hid In dens, enves nml stronghold (Judges 0: 'J). In their distress they cried until the Iord, nml npnln lip heard them nml sent deliverance. The angel f the Lord appeared to mI(Hin while nt the post of duty. God nlwny rails men Mini n ro doing omethlng. Gideon's hesitancy when nil I I'd wns not due tit uiilii'lli'f, lint to modesty nml cntitloustiess, When once lie "as convinced of duty lio wax con n Kiwi? nnd enthusiastic. I. The Opposing Army (v. 1). Gideon nnd hi nruiy arose rnrly nn Hint eventful tiny nml rnciiiiip"d liy tin; rprlnir of II u rod. Over against llii'in wns the host n f the Mldliinlte In h army wns InslgulA-cun- t battle urniy. In comparison with thu Mli'lnn-ltc11 .. ., rs. Thc'lnternntlonnl monetary sltnntlon hns been ensetl considerably through the shipment of Ilrltlsh gold to tho United Stntes. This hns lessened tho strnln on British credit nnd white It hag depleted to some extent one of their most vnlunhle home resources, It has Improved their position abroad nnd In creased the standing In International innrkcts of the British pound. This hns been reflected In ndvnnced quotations for pounds sterling. With every ndvnnce their purchnslng power In creases. Frnnce snows nn improving position In the evident Intention of the nation to economize nnd to finance Tho Itself from Its own resources. grent confidence of the French, nntlon nnd Its Intent flnnnclnl strength nre seen In Its ability to float huge lonns nt home. Daylight snvlng'lfiis ticcome' n focnl Issue throughout the country, with the prospect of rnther chaotic conditions In regnrd to time reckoning nnd New many consequent dilemmas. York city, which hy the sun Is only one hour nhend of Chlcngo nnd other mid- western points, by the ndoptlon of dnyllght snvlng becomes two hours ahead. Communities which turn the clock nhend one hour wlH be thnt much nt vnrlnnce In time with others In the same longitude which do not Itnllronds of tnke the sntue nctlon. course will stick to n standardized schedule, hut thnt portion of the pub lic moving from one place to another So Is sure to encounter confusion. fnr the difficulty nsserts Itself In the flnnnclnl relationships of different parts of the country, with tho bnnk- ers hnmpered by the vnrylng condi tions. The only nlternntlvo If New York persists In the new schedule, nntl westseems to be for ern bnnkers to nrlse nn hour cnrller. n II. The Sifting of Ctdeon't Army (vv. At Oldoon' nil I nii.tMiO men rexiHiml-ed- , reiuly for the struggle. This seemed n Mini nrmy to en agalns the Mldliinlte nrmy, l.T'.tKJO strung hut God said this wiik too tunny text they he led to boasting ti till Their real dniiKer wiik not In their small nriny, hut In their pride. All were nllnwed that were to ro buck, leaving only 10.UK). There were 22,000 cowards In Hint group of men, ntid. worst of nil, tliey were not lishnmed to confess It. Still this wns too tunny. When God wn through with his sifting process only JUKI remained. The 10.000 were hnive men. lint not of ipmllty nnd Illness. Those who proK-lapped the wnter showed alertness Thin tent revcnled nnd watchfulness. the quality nml lltness of the men whom God would use to win victory. to III. Cod Civet Encouragement Gideon (vv. 015.) God I in ilo Gideon go down to the Mldliinlte culiip. where he would henr something which would cheor hi henrt nnd strengthen Ills hiimK When he enme nenr he heard n mini tell n dream, which wad that of n hnrley cake tumbling Into the camp and smiting It. He alio henrd the Interpretation given to that dream, which uiuile Gldotn to he that cuke. TbJ greatly cheered his heart nml strengthened him for hit work, nml caused Ills heart to hurst forth In praise to God. A hurley cake Is n very Insignificant thing, n very chenp nlTiilr In Itself, hut with the hnnd of God upon It, It would he sufTI clent to spread consternation iikii the Mldlniitfe nml bring destruction upon their armies. IV. God Gives Victory to Gideon (vv. Ills nnny wnx very Insignificant nml Il'a nt- his wenponx most worthless. tnck was unique. The whole mutter wnx of faith (lleh. 11 :J12). The ground of tils fulfil wax God's word nml the token whlcJi ho had given him. Ood does not ask us to go forward without good ground upon which to rest our faith, (ildeon with Ills .'UK) men formed Into three companies, each mini being prodded with n trumpet nnd with n I. ..I ..III. I,, .. Tl.llu I. nrmed, they surrounded the camps of the .Mlillnnltes. They were nil Instruct ed to keep their eyes upon their leader nnd Imitate him. We, too. are to beep ,our eyes on our lender. Christ, and to ever do ii he does, At the proper mo- ' ment they Mew their trumpets and 4hroku ihelr pitchers, glvlui; opportnn lty for their lights to shlno out. This nwful crash of hreaklng pitchers, fol lowing the sound of trumpets, n renin panted hy the shout, "The sword of thu Lord and of Oldeon," throw the Mlillnnltes Into u panic, causing them to light iimnng themselves. One hun tired and twenty thousand were thus of that nighty , xlnlu, leaving hut nrmy (Judges 8:10). In making the application to our n'lvcs In this age. we can think of the sounding of the trumpets us representing prayer, or calling to (Jodi Hit1 torches, its tlu light of the gospul ; the pitchers, our human nature; nml the , whole, iik this treustiro in enriiien ves ,els. Only us the pitchers were broken to allow the light to shine forth, and as we sound loud ami long thu trumpet of prayer can we expect victory. faint-hearte- d r Self-maste- ry ne self-contr- ce, mm Dolno. the Will of God. The end of life Is to do thu will of rind, whatever that may he: If wo could hitvo no nmhltlon past the will of Ood. our lives would b HticccHsful. for the maximum achievement of avy man's life, after It Is all over, Is to hnve done tho will of Ood. I'rofessor Drummond. Say Not. Kay not unto thy neighbor, "Go nnd come again, and tomorrow I will jtlve," when thou hast It by thee. Periilan I'roverb. parations at least one month in advance. Tlio room should bo the brightest one in tho house, so thcro may bo good light directed on ono or tho other side of (ho bed, which should not be in a corner or against the wall, but both sides away at least Miree feet. A singlo Tied is moro desirable If tho bed is low, four heavy blocks, eight inches high, should be provided to bo used under each leg of tho bed, with casters removed, should the physician ai Wheel. Tho best; artificial lights should bo in readiness and stands By Dr. Dudley, Associate College Physician provided whero they aro needed. n- - you havo already consulted him The room should bo cleared of all (Continued) As I havo previously stated, tho several times, ho has In his note "lra furniture ns far as possible and porticrs nntl curtains removed health of tho newborn depends In book the probablo date of your con-- n from floors and wintlows. Tho floor largo tlegreo upon (ho condition llnement. But it will bo a great would bo better without carpet or large rug. Small rugs or clean of the mother during tho nino contort and advantage (o your previous to its birth. So tor ns well as a safeguard for your- -i pieces of carpet which could bo may bo said that healthy babies 'self and child should you notify easily removed nro permitted. The mattress and pillows should mako strong men and women. Al- - him nt tho moment of tho earliest though tho unborn child is subject symptom, so that ho may arrango have been thoroughly beaten and lo harm or benefit quito within tho. It W work nntl complete his prcpa-fi.nli- ol subsequently placed in tho open of the mother, novortholcss,' rations to bo in readiness for tho sunshine for three or four hours. ,xt II. III I ..I Ul n llin...iiMli nlii.alii.1 UJ- final call. All bedding, inoluding comforts, if I (111 i tl!UllJllll I'llJOIUtll eo used, should havo been washed by What was formerly n strong amiiialfoii should ngaiu bo emphaagainst going to a hospital boiling for one-hn- lf hour and not sized. This should Includo an examination of tlio heart, lungs and s giving away gradually, as It Is need until Iho day of confinement, al'domen, oml a monthly oxnmlnn- -' l.r coming moro common for wo- -l if possible. Tho walls of tho room should on for possiblo "kitlnoy troublo", men to prefer to go to a hospital nt least during tho last flvo to bo confined, and hospitals aro havo been cleaned by wiping with becoming moro numerous In tho a largo sofl cloth tied around a months. In eno Iho prospcotlvo molhorj smaller towns and county seats, broom. Tho floor should bo thoris to give birth to her tlrsl child, It is to bo hoped that whenover oughly mopped with n liberal sup-- 1 she should also bo examined to do-- 1 your physician advises you to go ply of water containing strong soap, ti'imine whether thcro exists any to a hospital, becauso of reasons washing powder, or bornr. kihformlly of bones or small slzo; which ho will give, you will ngroo It is absolutely necessary lo prb- of birth canal, which would mako 'and ho will not advise il unless ho tile at least four largo porcolain it difllcult or impossiblo to glvo' knows that tho affairs of your or earthen wash bowls ono on n biilli lo ti full term child. Do not homo can and should bo arranged stand for tho doctor's wash water, one for tho antlscptio solution, ono be xalislleil with your doctor loll to mako it possiblo. ing you that "you will bo all right," If tho mother is to bo confined for boiling scissors and other in- -, without his making a thorough ex- nt her own homo, arrangements siriinionls, ono for tho mother and should bo mndo with your physl- - a small ono for tho baby would bo amination. Willi Iheso precautions and thoso i inn for a nurse, or competent holp so much Iho better. Two clean I ihuvo mentioned, regarding Uio which ho may select or npprovo of. biickots, ono containing warm and right kind or food and clothing and Many women, needing tho Incomo the other cool water should stand regulation of oxcroise, boin caro-f.- il for such services, nro anxious to near by. Also two largo pltohors, to avoid too strenuous labor, recommend themselves as 'bolng bcth containing previously boiled you may reasonably expect to bo runpelont, but it is (ho part of water, ono cool and tho other kepi rewarded by giving birth to a wisdom to first consult your phy- lioi should bo provldod and theso sician regarding such an ono un- can bo kept clean by plaoing a clean sf tintl buby who will havo tho of a healthy nursing mother. less you know that ho has employed towel over tho top of each. A pieco of rubber sheeting, ono Having arrived at tho tlmo whon her on previous occasions. It Is your doctor is expecting to bo called much safer to engago tho needed yard by two, or a running yard of will bo greatly at any moment of tho night or day, auiistanco and mako all other pre white table es. ol soul-valu- appreciated by doctor and nurso If these aro not procured in time The Prospective Mother doc-nion- ths k- pro-iuili- several layers of clean nowspapers covered by a cotton sheet foldod double and nlaccd across tho mid tile of the mattress will answer. Do not fail to have n largo supply of while cotton cloths previously washed, boiled and ironed and placed carefully away in the dro Kmlr Felsel, vlio"' lntely proclaimed himself king of Syria, looms ns nn ad?er for uso when needed. a junct In n clnss with D'AnnunzIo, Kemnl nnd other trouble makNEWS REVIEW for Syria Is ers. (Continued trom Page Tnrei) not only his fetish, but ho Is for the complete Independence of the counthe ballot, he showed unexpeetei British strength, nntl he looms strong In sever try; wishes both French nnd nnd nil, troops sent home nt once, nl stnte prlmnrles which lire to dime by other nations The money question, ns usual, en zones of Influence His activities nnd the abolished. ters Into the political situation. Sen designs nre being ator Hornh chnrces the imimigers of working out of his of the world, as (leneml Wooil nml Governor I.owilen wntched by tho Jews fulfillment of his program with using unwarranted sums. Denf a complete Impossible tho establishuls come from hath cniulltlntes, with would render proposed Zlon notion. nn expression of willingness to hnve ment of the Mustnphn ICemal, nationalist leaderm their expenditures probed. Inasmuch campaign to stir of such Turkey, continues his ns the legltlmnto expense In Asia campaigns require lurge funds. It Is up feeling against Christians n recent proclamation ho dllllcult to see how nny candidate enn Minor. In as chief of tho Mosmake much of, n showing without deposes the sultan lem world, and raises n call to arms them. Former Secretary MeAdoo rt Fortunately his InMeets this condition when he states throughout Islnm. fluence Is not general ns yet, hut there thnt he has no fund, therefore Is not n Is no denying the fact that he Is an candidate. Important factor, with n strong following In Turkish politics and a growIn Germany, the coalition cabinet ing nblllty to create antagonism to the bended hy Herr Mueller promises to allies and nil Christians. In power until the elections, remain early In June. Concessions to the In Mus-tnph- The frenk tornndo which visited Georgln, Illinois, Indiana. Michigan, Missouri nnd Ohio took n toll of nenrly 200 lives, with hundreds moro In the Injured list. Chlcngo nnd vicinity suffered henvlest, with Georgia next In the number of cnsualtfcs. The storm wns not only unusunl In the nren covered, but In the shifting of the centers of Intensity nnd the fnct thnt It visited regions which were considered ordinarily tmmune from such dangers. The lnttcr wns especially true In the vicinity of Lnke Michigan, where scientists hnve nlwnys clnlmed the existence of such a body of wnter neutralized tho menace of severe windstorms. Another frenk of the storm which hns affected scientific theories and established a new precedent 'wns Its coining so enrly In the year. Such visitations In the United Stntes hnd before been nlmost exclusively confined to summer months nnd generally followed severely hot weather. The Inte demonstration Is regarded ns ono of the vngnrles of the month of March. Ala-bnm- n. oil-clo- th hor element had much to do with stilling the radical crisis In the Itulir Spasmodic hostilities In that basin. mid adjacent area had not been com pletely suppressed, hut tho outbreaks had taken on u guerrilla nspect, with tho red forces disintegrating under luck of supplies, poor discipline and Considerable Inelllclent leadership. of a bluff to affect enforcement of the terms of the treaty of Versailles seems evident In tho Itulir und contiguous situations. If the Kbert government had been permitted to send troops Into tho neutral zone, It would hnvo suspended one of the Important provisions of the treaty. Tho weukenlug of this ono provision could have been made tlio busts for assaults upon other portions of the covenant, with u grnduul nnd possibly complete defeat of tho unfulfilled terms. Settlement of tho German crisis Is not absolute. Factional disturbances ure occurring, und ure likely to continue, but that nn ultimate condition resembling order will bu brought about Thu effect which the Is noX uuljkely. Defeat of suffrage In Delnware leaving the nmeiiilment short one state of the 3(1 necessary for ratification, puts the Issue In the delayed eluss for tho present. Tho National Woman's party and others prominent In thu cause, pin slight hopes to fuvorahlo action In Louisiana, North Carolina. Vermont, or Connecticut. In Louisiana tho legislature meets Muy 10. Governor Blckett W sold to lie favorable to it spoclnl session of the North Curollnu Suffrage adherlegislature In July. ents will endeavor to win both states, although they hove received little encouragement as yet In the South. Tho governors of Vermont nnd Connecticut hnvo refused to cull special session of their legislatures and to get consideration In either of thoso states, suffrage forces will havo to overcome tho announced objections of the governor. I Man' Liberality. No man Is so dunged stingy he will object to having others share tils good jplnlon of himself. Topeku CupltaL Pago Eight In wail on her. THE CITIZEN Iln spoke onco saying, "I nm killed." I'Iip (wo liltlo boys dragged iflm down Iho hill. Tho family aro nearly orazed with grief. Ho was April 8, 1020. Mr. and Mrs. Hen nip Non, of Isonvlllc, aro visiting Mrs. Isonj parenls at this llnm Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Oabbard wcro visitors at Ihe homo of Elbert Min- ler Saturday nighL Sunday-schorui'vened nt (his nlaco Faster Sun No forrwpondf nee poWUhnl unlnn limed In full bjr th wrltf r. The nm 'ay. Mrs. Matilda Wilson nnd Joe n tfMtntr of irond faith. Write plainly. li not for publication, but Itowlell vlslled their Slsier, Mrs. Sarah Ilowman. of Holnnr. Smidnv mis cold spoil lias killed mo rrtni T.,pht. County News again. iiev. wiiiiam Anderson, or, r, turned Miss Elizabeth Hemphill from Iluckhorn Sunday firay Hawk, was visiting at .1. M. ninnling where sho had been Pulley's Friday night. William Herd a Presbyterian Conference. finbHard, of near McKcn, passed 2. The Herd, April Dr. MahafTey, of Hichmond, was Conway last week, looking for r!,lled (o see E. F McCollum last son of Mr. and Mrs. Coffey nnd Ircd work. -- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. l'clers Frank Conk died last Thursday. r. farm-Sila- s Wo oxlond our greatest sympathy Hallcy nllended church nt Scaffold guests of F. F. and re week-en- d Cook '.nne Sunday. Leonard Wynn went i' F.. McCollum. to the bereaved oncs-JaMr. and Mrs, 1 llerea last Saturday lo bavo hisj l hee Wilson. Mrs. Matilda Wilson is vory low with consumption. S. Farmer, of Nicholasvillc, Is ep Irealed by Dr. Cowley. Ho got mid .loe Ilnwlell visiled at tho visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V hurt while cutting briers n fcw.homp r chas. Roberts, of Blake, Stephen Farmer, for a few days. days ago. Arthur Rice visited his Sunday. II. II. Farmer, of this place, has sisier. Mrs. McKnlghl, in Laurel gonn to Louisville to seek employ- ernnty last week. Sturgeon ment. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ShepSturgeon. Apr. t. Church ser visiting herd, of Olin, Ky., were POWELL COUNTY vires were conducted at Royal Oak Vaughns Mill Mrs. Shepherd's parents, Mr. and Sunday by the Rev. Roberts. Tbo Vaughns Mill, Apr. 5- -A hall and f(mm,r9 Mrs. Stephen Farmer last Saturday of ,,, v,;,nil ,iaV0 1)Ccn l s orm passe, over here Sun-nunight and Sunday. YV. II. Farmer, bllsv ,,p pngt ck Sfm.,ng who has been sick so long Is no "mv ,,s ,i,rsc I,3oals nnd doing farm work. norn, heller. Ilalph Farmer, of George- l.ird egps. Some damage was dono ,to the wifo of Harlan Urcwcr, a town, was homo for n few days last lo parden truck. Mrs. Richard baby girl. Her name is Claris. wcok-TMisses Rachel Bakor Swope passed away at her homo he (,rl,ort rowcri who nag ,)CCn' ,n anil Fannie Wright visited Miss m no ,hp r. s Army for ,ll0 pasl f0UP "',,. graveyard. Before marriage Martha Fanner last Saturday night ha3 reccn rclurnC(, llomo- and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert she was Miss Llherlam Daniel. Sho. Mr. an(1 Mrs. Thoo wi,3on visilc(, Mr. Simpson of Chadwcll, visited nusnani, anu two sons 10 Mp nIay ,,n,)ppla SnUmlny nlgIl, an, and Mrs. It. II. Farmer last SunV Joo Rowletto. a traveling . day night and Monday. W. S. Far- .., ,,. .... iii , , nun snipsnmn from Ashland, Ky. has O.U.H....J mer, and Thcssie Flanery made a lwm cMn " 1,10 merchants and business trip to McKec today. corn 810 to 5I0-T- 0 per bbh; T milk visUinp frlcn(,3 an(, rolaUvC3 ,n two rows $00 eaeh.-Da-vid Patrick bad rm.aInv. n ,,P M 1nh an auction sale Saturday to reduce p,)(crs roporlg Clover rtottom Hiru the 'month of ui bwiwui iiicreiinnmsouilFpj,ruary Clover Bottom. Apr. 5. Mrs. Wallp . ,,,, 7f) (,07Cn of ter Ahrams, who has been very low a mmimum. u. j,. name. wunaKC, pp:s a,so (Iozcn thru Mnrc,,f W. M. over the remainder and continuo h,ivin nu. 0;Mv ,,one thu with flu, is improving. Wo ,,Prl ls tllP ,)Cst , (ho vcinily. Lunsford's family have got tho bnsiness at tho same stand. uio voiy suiiy 10 near o me sc- - ,lpv R 0 ujco wag measles Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Ba,0 Louis. p (o slng ,n a rcv,val mcelIn ker havo como back from Hamilton, nous llness of John Walker 0., whero they have been for somo ard, at tho Robinson Hospital. Hopo for hvo wepks nIaino w30n Grant Frazier!i,as j,ccn i,aving his ,iwclling houso time. Miss China Abrams spent he is heller now.-- W. ..... n died in a Lex nirfon liosnil.il lasli ... Sunday with Miss Mary Cook. imiiueu iiiu jiasi weeK, ith ..III ,.111 UllCl iUlUU lOl gilll liss Nannie Witt, who has been at Irvine for some time, has como slones. Ho was twice County Clerk Island City home. Charlie Calahan, who hai of Powell. His homo was at StanIsland City, Apr. 5. As summer ton. Luck to The Citizen and its advances it seems like l)cen very low with pneumonia, is Mrs. Henry getting better. Born, to David Mul-li- army of pleasant readers. I'elers grows weaker Mrs. R. II. H(wman, who has been confined to and wife, a fine boy, named GARRARD COUNTY Also a boy arIsaao Raymond. her bed for somo time, is up again. rived at the home of Buster Isaacs, - The farmers aro sowing oats and White Lick Whilo Lick, Apr. 5 Miss Eslclla grass seed very freely this spring. named Fletcher. Miss Laura Smith and Berla Isaacs, who are In school Lavis visited her grandmother, Mrs. Oals are $1.50 per bushel. Tho at Bcrca, visited homo folks last lolin Davis, last week. Mr. and whiskey law is violated. You can week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson Mrs. Sherman Robinson and chil-s- cr its effect. Young men under IU and Mr. nnd Mrs. Juno Robinson dren, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wells influence are running their horses on spent Saturday night and Sunday nnd children. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. the public highway. Tho officials Creech, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shockley, of our county should bring thoso with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hurley. Miss hate Kinnaird and Walter men lo n halt and mako them tell Caldwell visited Mr. and Mrs. Boss where they gel their booze or send ROCKCASTLE CODNTT Robinson Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. thorn to jail. Unless thoso things Goochland C. Hounshell, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. jnre done the peace and dignity of Goochland, Apr. 5. The flu is raging in this neighborhood. Esom Creech and Misses Sophronia and our commonwealth will never be Nann Sizcmore and Johnson's family aro all very sick Susie Hounshell visited at J. B. s' stained. Old Mrs. J. W. Johns is Creech's last Sunday a week. Jim. f'unily. of Kthel. who moved la witli it. underwent an operation for' cinnati, have been down with flu. still very poorly. Ruford Calllhan's Mr. wifo is no better. Mary B. Gabbard appendicitis at Richmond last week One of his chjldren died. is in a critical condition lias been down all winter with and is doing nicely. Tho Sunday- -' school mot and was organized at himself, having had ono of his rib3 rheumatism, but is somo bolter. The social at Mr. Pal Jack Gilbert passed through our White Lick church Sunday. Mr. taken out. town yesterday enroutc to his ard Mrs. Arthur Matlock visited Mnrcum's Saturday night surely home from Owsley's Fork whero ho Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Creech yesterday. was a success. Misses Jessie and has been logging all winter. M. B, violin Clark was given a birthday Grova Bowman, of Island City, wore Mr. Blakey Is Gabbard is doing a hustling busi dinner last Tuesday. There were among tbo guests. Iwenty-scve- n relatives present and making bis way to the great expect-a- ll ness at Old Goochland. A. P. Gabbed an enjoyable time. Misses ed fountain of oil at Ehdco. Ho is bard is planning to start out on a Kiizabeth and Florence Creech vis-- 1 down over 200 feet with indications long? drumming trip through tho Homer .Morris and Hnwcl mountains of Kentucky on the 12th 'led Mr. and Mrs. Andy Matlock nto. K. Nina Tuesday and Wednesday of Davidson wero riding tho streets of Inst. Perry McCollum sold a horso Rov. Buckels last week for 5130. Peter and Dan last week. Mrs. John Davis had a Island City Sunday. birthday dinner last Sunday a week.' was among tho people of Island City gabbard went to tho Junior Lodge night and Sunday offering uj Saturday night at Cynthlana and Several relnlives wero present and Saturday all had a nico time. Mr. and Mrs. hi? services to preach for tho .fjiflrt a large crowd. Foley, of Richmond, Mr. and! pie. Wo havo two church houses Mrs. Hoagland Fletcher, Mr. and here, both aro without preachers. Johnetta Achan Mrs. Parks Foley Mrs, Sophia! Wo havo no Sunday-schoo- l. ' Jobnella, March 20 Somo farm- Treaihvay and son,and of Paint Lick, is in the camp. ers havo begun to sow oats and plow Misses Sophronia and Susio Hounfor tobacco and corn. Ab Ballingor, shell, MADISON COUNTY Lawrence Creech and Pete who has been sick for somo timo Panola HounshoII visited Mr. nnd Mrs. C. witb stomaoh troublo, died on Fri- C Hounshell Sunday. Misses Ruth Panola, Apr. 5. Farmers aro proreday morning at 3 o'clock. His and Nelson Sowdor gave a social gressing nicely with thoir work. mains will bo buried at tho old Saturday night. Quito number of Delia Cates was a dinner guest of a ground hero at young family burying Tho fam folks wero present and all Clella Kindred Sunday. Johnolla. Henry Ballinger, of Cov- had a pleasant time. Rov. Cash ily of Rollio Cox visited tho family ington, was at this placo last week VanWinklo will preach at Level of Beecham Thomas Sunday. Joo on account of tho illness of Ab Bal- Green tho third Saturday night and Powell and wifo visited Mr. and linger. Ho returned homo Thurs- Sunday Mrs. John Bengo Sunday. Chester of this month. day, Iho 2ilh. Mr Shcrod Van was Powell has gono lo Indiana to work. slightly wounded by a shotgun The families of Oc Carr and M. . OWSLEY COUNTY I.ogsdon aro convalescing from tho Travellers Rest Joo flu. M. A. Logsdon has purchased Travelers Rest, Apr. 5. Conway Iho "Dewoy Sharpc" store from Is visiting relConway, April 5. A hail storm Howictt, of Ashland, Kvnn Richardson. Friends and relstruck thru this section Sunday af- atives hero now. J. B. Scolt nnd atives wero sorry to hear of tho son, Sigsbco, mado a business trip ternoon followed by snow storms deatli from pneumonia of Mrs. Joe all day Monday. Prof. Fink, of ti Lexington last Saturday. Mrs. Lewis, of DuluthMrs. J. W. Pat-n- rk Ramoy fell last Monday and Ohio, and Prof. Smith, of Richmond, llliza and sons, Guy nnd Estill, of Vo-gowners of tho nurseries near Con- broke her hip. Sho is 81 years old wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs. way, aro hero having their fruit and i3 very poorly. Miss Ethel Noah Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Wal trees pruned and sprayed. Wo fear Peters, a nurso of Endee, wa3 called ker Richardson for Easter. Tho Rev. W. E. Rlx tilled his appoint ment hero Saturday night and Sun day. A sad accidont occurred near Locust Branch on Maroh 27. Throo of James Bicknell's boys, eaoh with guns, on n crow hunt, started up a very steep hill, thru a gap between cliffs. Thcro wero stono slops turn this gap. Two of tho boys sal Returns to its before-the-wa- r down on ono of these steps nnd high standard of quality Clyilo (fifteen years old) sat down between thorn, lolling his gun rest on tho lep bolow. Tho hammer striking tho lower stop oxplodod tho gun, striking tho boy near tho heart. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ol i interred in tho family burying uroimd nt Locust Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hnrrls, of Junction City, nllended I he funeral. Tbo bereaved imrenU have the sympathy of tho i.ininuiilly fn their great loss. err Jackson gpx dfufy jMC clcvcn-int'iilhs-o- lil ll-r- mcs ilt '" .ib "'. - 1 Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, Apr. I. Wo had i hail storm in Ibis section today. Friday night n social was given at 'he home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Monro in honor of their sisters, Mls3 Merlin Morgan and Miss Agnes Everybody there had a Mi'ore. pood timo. Today was n Joyful occasion to many, of tho folks In this W. A. Ogg, T. M. ni iphborhood. and Mrs. Charllo Anderson their birthdays at tho 'mine of Mr. Anderson. Mrs. An- lerson is 18; Tom 50; nnd Will C2j vears old. There was nothing wnnling in the way of eatables; tho table almnil proaned under lis weight of pondics. After thlrty-iin- e peoplo had eaten sovcral baskets full were left. Miss Snllio Ogg nd Mr. Hen Brown motored to Lexington Friday and were married. Hen is a prosperous young farmer, nd Snllle is the beautiful and dauphlpr of Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Ogg. Mny Ibey havo their full Miaro of happiness. 'w In a moment's time you can figure out how much cheaper it will be to use Hnnnn's Green Scnl Paint on your property thnn inferior "cheap" paint. Green Seal spreads farther, it excels in covering power, and surpasses in length of service. cd It protects tho wood surfneo through tho hottest summers, and tho coldest, wettest winters. Both beautifies nnd preserves. Shuts out decay and ugliness. Tho exact formula appears on every package. SOLI) BY ARNETT BROTHERS Main Street , - ,.,, r. Bal-,vi- '.. ... 11 ns Harts Harls, Apr. heavy hail storm which swept through this locality Sunday did lots of damago In young fruit trees nnd houses. D. C. Pullins, of Nicholasvillc. visited his granddaughter, Nollio Lake, Hip first of Ibis week. Miss Ellon Turner, who has been slaying with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Riddell, has' returned to her homo at Crab Or- -i rhard The farmers aro getting bo- -! hind with their work on account of! such bad weather in this section The Sunday-scho- ol at this placo is' progressing nicely. Tho Easter program was carried out just fine. Maurico B. Hammond, of Dispu- lanla, visiled his grandfather, J. W. Lake, from Saturday until .Monday. nip Sunday-schoat this place will givo a social lo tho young folks Saturday night, April 10. Como and havo a good timo. ol Beren, Kentucky Good as a new Frame did tho nnd one coat of job. Hut nor for Frames alone, for anything that needs rcfinishing use ac TM combined Slain and Vrn!h ! cailly applied and aiiure perfect reull at maJ! coU Ak for Color Card. Pee Ceo comes In 20 Nit I urn I Wood and Knmnrl Colors, White, (.old, ami Slltcr, 15c up. Welch's Dept. Store Berea, Ky. Cin-Hes- ter F arm One-ha- lf ror Sale 65 Acres in Grass 17 Mile North of Berea on Dixie Highway A good Consisting of 111 Acres; 6-room peo-Fra- nk house; a tenant house; barn; two good orchards with apples, peaches, pears and small fruit. The farm is well watered and well fenced. The land lays well. Some oats have already been sown, and work will continue until the farm is sold. If sold at once IMMEDIATE POSSESSION can be given el. This is a Great Opportunity No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour Remember Only a Half Mile from Berea and on the Dixie Highway Scruggs, Welch & Gay Once Tried Always Used i