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M.n.,lnt Editor Rnltrtd nt tht Smlnffif nt ltrru Kv n 9ron4 tUuu undrr Act o Marth, 1979, IStbluJird Hvrry TftunJiy nl lima, Ky Vol. XXI TDorotQcl The citizen to tibie Interests of t!b.e jMio-uLntgili- i Feoiple Fifty Cents por Year Our Threefold Aim: To give tho news of Dcrea and vlolnlty; to record tho happenings of Borea Collogo; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People Fivo Cents per Copy BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, APRIL 22, 1920. Ono Dollar and No. 43. One Issue, A League of Nations Why do we have an election So as to let the people express their will. We wish to express our will on one thing above all others. We wish our country to enter the League of Nations. We hate war. It took our sons, it upset the business of the world, it unloosed all evil passions. War all other evils. And it is needless. Nations can settle disputes by arbitration, and "the sober sense of most can hold a fretful few in awe." Now, you politicians, here is our vote for that' party and that candidate which stands most squarely for4the League of Nations. ? out-weig- M0T0RB0AT AND AIRPLANE RACE STRIKE EFFECTS World News to ho represenlod in tho Conference) of Iho Allies that is lo bo hold, soon, at San Remo. After Iho popular feeling Hint sprung up ovor tho Fitimo question such a request Is something of a surprise. Wo havo GENERAL BUSINESS PRODUCTION HAS DECREASED AND MANY INDUSTRIES SWELLED LIVING COSTS. that Italy desires tho United Stnlos Information has como from Romo hs And, With Delayed Deliveries, Prices Have Gone Up Idleness Forced On Others Than Strikers Has Seriously Reduced Their Purchasing Power. Western Newspaper Union News Servlc New York. There are many nspects of the genernl labor situation, ns revealed during the strikes of the railway terminal workers during the last fortnight, which have claimed and ure still claiming the attention of different brunches of the business community. Some of these ere quite obvious, while others are not so apparent nt first glance. The Interruption of deliveries of nil kinds of goods, from the fuel that feeds tho furnaces of the mills nud workshops to the per ishable and other foods needed In crowded centers of population, are In the first class. Aside from the annoy ance nnd privation so occasioned, there Is also the result, In some Instances, of Increasing the cost of living by making necessaries' senrcer, while In other cases the prices of articles are reduced because they can not be de livered in time for the seasonal trade for which they are needed. Such con dltlous ndd materially to the risks of t doing business, which under circumstances are plentiful enough without them, nnd are not calculated to Inspire confidence or encourage pre-sen- our former allies sinco our Assistant Sccrclary of State, Polk, relumed lo Iho United Slates. not Joined in the deliberations of The American Legion The Citizen has already expressed its opinion that it is not good public policy for Congress to provide a bonus for men who served in the late war and who have no special need occasioned by wounds or other disabilities. We are grieved to receive some abusive and even threatening letters from members of the American Legion because we have thus expressed our opinion. One says, "We do not ask it, we demand it." None can value more than we the services of those who fought in the late war. The Editor who writes these lines gave a son who fell at the front. The professed aims of the American Legion may make it a useful organization, but if it is diverted to selfish and political aims, as even the Grand Army of the Republic has been at times, it will be so far forth a menace and an evil. We are sure that the American Legion will rebuke those obstreperous members who use its name in unpatriotic ways. It is well known that many members of the American Legion oppose this bonus, and will refuse to accept it if offered. A remarkable photogrupli of n motorhont and airplane nice, tnklng place over the snmo course nt Mlnml, Fin. The bont Is the Onr, Jr.. owni'd by tlnr Wood of New York, shown winning the rnco for express cruisers nnd setting n new world record for Its type. It is reported that Germany is urging the calling of n new International congress to ho held in Switzerland. The defeated nations aro expected lo partlcipalo and an effort is lo bo mndo to chango tho terms of tho Treaty of Versailles. It is hardly likely that such nrnovo can succeed and If Gcrmany'dcsires lo rcstoro her credit nmong nations tho best way will bo to put her shoulder lo Iho burden and carry out In good faith the terms of tho treaty. The recovery of Belgium is going on more rapidly than was thought to he possible. It is said sho is now Kentucky News Tho Richmond, Ky., April 15. following men have been sununonc( by Shenir 1'. S. Whitlock, to serve as grand and petit jurors, for the Mav term of the Madison Circuit Court, which begins May J: Grand Jury Everett Witt, E. C Lane, Shirley Land, Millard Wink lcr, Ed Broaddus, C. II. Arnetl, Woodson Healhman, 1 W. Tipton, Jack Wagers. G. A. Hnllard. U. M Igo, Eugeno Parish, T. J. Kcllums Robert Mulligan, J. II. Mnslcrs, James T. Comelison, Everett Eadcs, J. W, Stewart, A. K. Doty, John E. Sexton, Vernon Leer, R. 0. Moberly, Charles L. Tipton, J. D. Clarkson. Petit Jury David C. Uiggcrslaff, Cain Lcdford, James Coy, Joo Hallow, Thomas II. Jones, II. C. Picralt, T. B. Broomflcld, Tom Anderson, Loe Congloton, II. F. Picratt, II. D. Dun can, John Tribble, Henry Lislo, X Taylor -- White, Charles T. Curtis, John A. McGord, J. W. Dallon, Speed Taylor, W. D. Jones, Enos Lantor, Henley Whiltaker, John Sparks, S S. Million, Thomas Lamb, William Ilolrolmb, James Hallew Dealherage, T. It. Hackclt, James Fritz, John Green, William T. Adams, Moso Hill, Pleas Evans, Hen Daughterly, Boyd Wells, William Haden, Jr. Irvine, April 20 Fire, originalin in a garago hero this afternoon, de stroyed an entire business block on Hroadway, resulting in a loss of 550,000. No apparatus for fighting tho hlazo was available, and by tho timo hoso was secured from Raven na, tho (lames were beyond control, rapidly eating their way through tho framo buildings. U. S. News Tho "outlaw" strike began lo disintegrate rapidly April 10. Individuals and groups of men returned to work. Some strikers quit "outlaw" meCjtings in disgust and others expressed dissatisfaction witli the failure of tho "outlaw" leaders to obtiin concessions. enterprise. In the mills nnd factories tliemNew York. April 18.- -J. J. Manlcll. chairman of the Railroad General selves the failure to obtain raw materials leads to the slackening or stop Manager's Association, issued a page of production, while the Innbll statement this evening that "by far Ity to send out finished products the greater perccntago" of tho means added carrying charges nnd dissinking railroad employees in tho putes with buyers over nttempted can Metropolitan district had reported collations. The enforced Idleness of workers Is nlso a serious matter. It today for duly. Tho railroads proceeded at noon Is probable that those kept from labor during the last week numbered twenty lo jllll permanently, ho said, the times ns many ns those who were an plnccs of men who had failed lo re strike, nnd tho Iossencd purchasing port. power of those thus losing wnges Is a renl factor In curtailing consumer buyWashington, April 17 (Associated ing. Viewed from another angle, the J";Jli)G,ovcrmnertC. pensions for situation has a deeper and more furmothers unaltlo to support them- reaching significance. The great nnd selves and children without employ needless annoyance caused the gen oral public hns called forth a resentment, woro proposed In a bill intro- ment which Is bound to find exprcs duced by Representative Rhodes, Re slon In n reslstnnce to future labor publican, Missouri. For ono child, demands nnd In the support of those under 16 years old, a mother would employers who mnke such reslstnnce, receive $10 a month, with $8 a People In genernl, who ure not nfllll-ntewith organized labor or organ month for each additional child. ized capital nre becoming tired of be ing exploited by each and are resent Pays to Give One's Best ing being made the tnrget for the mis There is n great difference between siles of both. They make up the bulk going Just right nnd a little wrong-betw- een of the population of the country nnd superiority nnd mediocrity their view Is public opinion. between the fairly good nnd the best. Those who expected some marked And there Is something In the deterresults from the olllclal measures to mination nlwnys to keep up the reduce the cost of living have reason standards In thought, or In whatever to feel disappointed nt the results so wo do In life, whether It Is hoeing corn, far obtained. mending shoes, or mnking laws for a Little hns come from the prosecu nation something that gives nn up- tions begun spasmodically In differward tendency nn Inspiring quality, ent portions of the country ngnlnst Unit Is locking In the character of the one retailer or another for excessive groveling man with low Ideals. Then charging. Is, In the upward struggle Involved In giving one's best to w lint one Is doing, Tourists May Be Halted. something that enlists nnd develops the London. Labor leaders threatened highest faculties nnd cnlls out the tru Engnt a demonstration est nnd noblest qualities. Orison lish Channel ports to picket the tourand prevent Swett Manlen. In Chicago News. ists from going to France to visit the battle fields. Speakers' declared that Littlo Rock, Ark., April 19. Fir- - widows nnd relatives of fallen British Icon porsons nro known to havo been soldiers aro not enabled by the Govkilled, and a scoro or moro seriously ernment to make free trips to visit injured by tornadoes, which swept tho graves of their fathers, brothers over North and Western Arkansas or sweethearts. They ndded English labor was determined to "shut out lalo last night, according to ro profiteers of nil nationalities. - able to put nut about seventy per cent of the production, nlong various lines that sho could beforo the war. Although sho has not. as yet, received from Germany any indemnify money sho has received back a largo part of the money and machinery that was taken from her by Iho Germans. Her labor force is short because so many of her pco-p- lo aro yet in France. Dr. Knpp, who made Iho attempt to overthrow tho German government has recently been found In Sweden. Although disguised ho was recognized and arrested. As he is a political refugeo in another country ho cannot bo taken back unless tho country into which ho fled Is willing. Ho will, however, bo under suspicion and will bo tho object of constant walching. Ho has never been represented as a man of great capacity, and will likely bo unablo to do any harmwinJlho .future s Tho occupation of Vladivostok by tho Japanese has resulted in bloodshed in eastern Siberia and several hundred havo been killed on either side. Japan regards tho occupation as necessary to her own protection from radical influenco and invasion. Tho ntlitudo of tho other allies has not as yet, been mado known. It is known that Japan fears very much a revolu tion in her own country. Tho growth of a largo working class and tho rather autocratic form of gov ernment mako tliis quito possible Mexico has renuesled tho SLito Deparlmcnt that sho bo permitted lo send Federal troops Ihrough Ari zona that sho may attack Sonora from tho north. That is tho stato which recently rebelled and intends to scceno If not successful ln tho rebollion. Great opposition was mado lo tho renuest on tho nnrt of Senators and Representatives from Arizona when tho matter camo up for discussion in Congress, No reply hns yet been sent from tho Stalo Department. A revolution has Just occurod In Guatemala, tho most northerly of tho Central American states. Comparatively littlo bloodshed occurcd and it is believed that a moro democratic form of government has been established. Tho aid president. Cabrera, was autocratic and had held tho ofllco for many terms. Tho Issues wero much tho samo ns in Mexico but tho method of so- curing tho result was unique It is remembered that Gaulomala was tho only Central American stalo that Joined tho allies in tho recent war. The Interchurch Movement It is a sign of the advance of God's Kingdom that the different denominations are uniting their forces for conquest of the world for Christ. The war has helped good people to realize that we are all working for one and the same thing. It is a sinful waste of the Lord's money to maintain two or three weak churches in a field where one church could do the work far better, were reasons years ago for starting each one There of the denominations, but those reasons have grown less nTshelT a wayr"'l f " two' groups of people wish" to liaVe their neighbors converted and share in the joys and pleasures of the Christian religion they ought to work together and not be divided simply because some of them believe in one form of church government and others in another, or even because they understand some of the hard passages in the Bible differently. The greatest preachers and workers in all our denominations are now joining in this Interchurch Movement. Young Rockefeller put the matter well when he 5aid: well-support- i nandTa jr. i endeavored lo give you a bird's ere view of what "We the Interchurch World Movement has done already and what it proposes to do. To be successful It means the of every Christian man and woman In this country. "We are learning that brotherhood Is what is needed to bring peace and prosperity to the world again, a brotherhood of naWe are now hearing tions based on the Fatherhood of God. utterances by public men that the Golden Rule must beapplled; in other words, that the spirit of the Carpenter of Nazareth must rule in men's hearts. Therefore we must expect today that this message must come through the Christian Church." he Frankfort, April 20. A today did great damage to farming lands nnd property in cloud-hur- st "THE WRONGS OF IRELAND" Thoso who know present conditions do not bcliovo that Ireland tins any wrongs. The reservation to tho Treaty rotating to Ireland seems to us a purely political movo a bid for Irish votes in America. "Let's quit demagogucry about Great Britain," said Senator William b'. Kenyon, in the course of tho debato in tho Senate on the pence treaty. "I wonder what wo would think today if somo ono were going through tho British Empire seeking funds for a 'free Philippines," or a 'free Hawaii,' or n 'frco Virgin Islands.' For my part. I don't cure about any Irish volo that is to bo gained at tho expense of continually maligning a great nation liko Great llritain." BURLESON'S WONDERFUL Franklin County. In tho Camp Pleasant neighborhood, near Peak Mill, a dwolling, occupied by George Dailey, was washed away and the creek flooded tho residences in Camp Pleasant valley. Sutor Stafford moved his family fronv his homo and chained his automobilo and farming implements to posts to keep them from being washed ports reaching hero today. away, as tho water roso rapidly. An SYSTEM Tho Chicago Evening Post relalos how a packago of papers mailed at Boston was eight days reaching their olllce in Chicago. Thai's nothing. Tho Editor recently received his Northwestern Christian Advocate, seven miles from tho Chicago post, olllce, llvo days after it was mailed. If our readers can havo tholr Advocates for tholr Sunday reading wo nro happy. Wo fear, howovor, that tho "Burleson Routo" doprivos thorn of that blessing many times. Tho Northweslorn is sent to tho post ofllco Wednesdays. It should bo in every subscriber's homo by Friday. If it is not, writo to Mr. Burleson. Northwestern Christian Advocate. Tho Citizen can beat that story. On January 8, 1020, wo mailed out somo statements bearing tho dalo January 7, 1020, and wo havo hoard of flvo persons who recelvod them between April 10 and 15. Only a incrcaso of over $9,000 per annum in salaries paid to teachers of tho Richmond city schools was provided for by tho members of tho City Board of Education nt tholr regular meeting Tuesday night litflo over three months is all that Tho scalo of salaries for tho ensu was required. What may wo ox ing year was fixed at from $70 to poet when nlrplano delivery becomes $91 in tho grades, nn Increaso ovor common I , Iho former calary scalo, which was from $57 to $75 per month. Treating a Felon. When Dr. Douglas II. Stewart wants Four thousand tenchers. from all to abort a felon or whitlow, ho palntt It with a solution made by putting one sections of tho state aro attending grain of cnlomel Into two ounces each tho sessions of tho Kentucky Eduof Iodine, glycerin and alcohol. Then cational Association which openod he bandages It In a salve containing its nnnunl convention nt tho First equal parts of belladonna and glycerl-tur- n Christian Church, Louisville, Tuesacldl tannlcl. He splints the fin- day night. ger as If It were fractured. This treat"Americanism" was tho subject ment ho describes lit the Western Med. leal Times. He goes on to tell how he discussed by Govornor Morrow, who dissects out a felon under local anes- oponed tho meeting. Jnmes W. GIrard, former Ambasthesia, even going right through tho bone In order to drain the medullary sador lo Gormnny, addressed tho cavity. Ills method Is that of nerve Association Friday, blocking. One way Is to paint two Dr. Edward Howard Griggs, aurings around the finger, one with a sothor, lecturer, orator, Now York; lution of novoculne, the other with quiDr. William A. Ganflold, Prcsidont nine and urea hydrochloride and to Inject the same solutions In two ureas of Centre College, Danvillo, and around the spot where the cutting Is to Frank L. MoVoy, Prcsidont of tho be doue. Stalo University, Lexington, wore Whisky Stolen, Federal Agents Report Owensboro, Ky. Government men on duty ut the Rock Springs Distillery among tho speakers. reported that during the night two barTho strong stand of Franco In "Eduoatlon for tho Now Era" was rels of Hill & Hill whisky Dr. Griggs topic; Dr. Ganfleld gavo wcro removed from a bonded ware- entering tho noutrnl zono east of survey, wnuo house. The liquor was rolled to the tho Rhino seems to havo had somo m Qplinnl fiva. river bank, a distance of 50 yards, effect and reports Indicate that Tnu Mm "Plnnniini tern in Kentucky" was Dr. MoVey's and thence to tho water's edge, where Germany is withdrawing somo of It was loaded on a launch and curried her troops. Tho radical movement subject. away. is boing watched by all tho nations Madison, Ind., April 19. Ono was drowned and thousands of dollars in property I0S3 Is tho toll of Hoods that followed a cloudburst hero to day. Birmingham, Ala, April 20. Eighteen persons aro known to havo been killed and great proporty damngo dono by a tornado which started in Southern Mississippi just before noon today nnd swept up that stalo into Southern Tennessee. Effort to Break Up Vice Bridgeport, Conn. Hysterical Trust wom- en, howling maddened men nnd bewildered members of tho Bridgeport Police Department filled the cells and corridors of tho police heudqunrters hero following sensntloual raids conducted by private detectives on alleged disorderly houses all over tho city in an effort to break up nn organized ring known ns tho "Foreign Vice Trust." Louisvlllo. Ky., April 1ft An 'Overall Club" was formed In Louisvlllo today by tho Exchango Club in nn effort to force down tho cost of clothing. Eighty-flv- o mem bers pledged their support to tho movomont which has boon endorsed by Mayor Smith. (Mayor Georgo Smith appeared at tho city hall this aflornoon attired In denims. (Coatlaa4 ea Fag EifU) as it may effect others besido Germany. Holland especially Is vigilant. Her army Is ready to mobilize at short notice, If nocessary. Noithcr Franco nor Bolgium havo any deslro to admit tho radloal element in their borders and are Blizzard Grips West Denver, Colo. Kleven Western watching also. states were In the grip of a blizzard which started lu Montana, according Tho now American ambassador to to reports received here. (ConUania ea MflM) Coal Cars Aro Scarce. Mlddleuboro, Ky. Acute shortago of coal curs In Eastern Kentucky and Eastern Tounesseo Is causing unxlety among miners and Injures operators. Ut V Pago Two TUB CITIZEN OinLS' FIELD DAY Next Monday is a grcnl day for Berea. Wo aro accustomed (o Boys' ,,, grI, 9ll 0 (h ny wp S,i0 incs nn, cxcrclso lliclr vocal Anrll 90 inon InrlnlKf .InMlno.t t C'Ciy gin, Willi 1110 I1CID Of llCf . it .1 ntlvc, Jacob Brewer, Juno Hagcr; n friend. Clara Dean, was planning nl nnelent nrnnen wim.. M.n b Negative, Cary Hcnegar, Waller Vocational Schools young womcn entered tho races In Prty o which they expected to In Kendall. PARSON" ADDRESSES "FIGHTING ,1,0,r M""l' '"dud successful competition with their, Visitors aro cordially Invited . .1. Frank Smithers, a former mem STUDENTS wucn n icv brothers. Woman has allowed her- - "h l'u"",, tcr from her cousin In tho moun ber of the senior class, 1020, was Dr. H. L. Williams, paslor of orgnns m09ly, self (o bo set apart ns a thing to bo Grace M. E. Church, Chicago, who ,n n womnn-- s colCgo, of course, worshipped or to bear tho drudgery tains camo announcing nn Intended calling on friends last week. A BOY WANTED to her. Miss Llzzlo was angry Miss Dollio Tallent, of Corbln.hai is known as "Ihc flgliting parson, ,0 y0llng womcn (j0 nll tho stunts of life, but that day is past. Every visit Mr. Hall, tho grocer, advertised and wrote an Insulting letter to tho entered tho Business class and is addressed tho students in the Main thnl boy3 bul Jn coc,iucnlionaI whero in all tho civilized world, sho' for n boy to work In his store. So Chapel Tuesday morning of last scllooIi ntlilctfc feats aro usually i. Inking hot. nlnnn .M 1... atiM COIISlll leillllg llCr Ulal 9110 WOUKI living nl Kentucky Hall. many applied that ho hnrdly knew week. Ho camo in Iho Interest of ,oft for lma ntI0Ug, u,0 doctors with her brother In bearing rcspon-- 1 "ot 1,0 wp'come. Tho letter camo Oliver Carrilhers, of S'learns, whloh one lo rlioo-e- . Ho Ilnally .pent the week-en- d calling on old tho Inlcrcollegiafo Prohibition As- - nn(, ncopIo wIl0 ,mvo 8lmiic,i con- sibilillcs. Sho finds It necessary.' . h derided that he would watch tho sociation, and his address was llllcd (Iitons nrc cons(nnly (cng lls M,nt In onicr to do this, to build up Blclermlnrl to go and friends ot Berea. boys awhile, bul not lo let Ihem Girl a lesson, and rellovo with interest and enthusiasm from irlg ncC(, physIcal activity and Tho young ladles of tho senior know slrnne nhvslrnl hmlv.. Nn lnnrnr lcnch w 1W VIIQU that they were being watched. "o I to end. reeled snorts lust ns much as bovs hound by custom, sho is refusing to iler of the opinion that mountain class, accompanied by their teach Presently, nn old man camo Into eers were lacking in culturo and ers, spent the week-en- d Following tho victory for tho ncC( (ho at shoes, and Is do II, am, cvcn moro 90 ,f lhoy wear high-heelrefinement. This sho did by ap bungalow on Indian Fort. A very tho store who was lame nnd wnlked temperance forces in securing a dry nro lo s(nn( Ul0 ncrV0Us siraln and tormlnod to bo freo from nll Ira- with n slick. All the boys looked pearing at tho Twist homo dressed delightful time is reported. Amcrica there camo n lull in tho long hours of study and confinement, ' ditional restraints, nl each other and began making Inactivities of this association, but As a step in this program, Herca'""'1. "fl,n,!n accordance with Miss Tho exhilaration and zest which fun of him, except one. Ho lipped terest has deepened again since comes as a result of outdoor games irirls will elvn Mioln first FloM DEMOSTHENES LITERARY nuuuii in hit. duo playei his cop, stepped aside for him ti tho part most effectively, being aid they have undertaken lo tight for n and wholesome competition is tho There will bo somo stunts by tho SOCIETY pass, smiled and spoke to the man Program for April 24, 1920 dry world, and the old time spirit besl lon!o ln lho world girls of every Department nnd wo ed by tho fact that she was n chum politely as If he had been the provalls. Society is History reveals tho fact that wo- are expecting a great time, both on of tho daughter of a- - certain pro Song richest man in town. fessor whoso social position Miss Invocation Dr. Williams' experience in fight man's physical constitution has ma the field and on tho sldo lines Mr. Hall didn't let the boys know ing the saloon in Chicago and as a Twist envied and her exposure of Optional Hlal'. Hint he noticed them in tho least. PROGRAM Count DTXrangc who camo into largon member of tho police board of that Kvcrsolo and Deaton tint kept watching and wniting. tho homo a few moments after she Valuo of a Business Education city, together with his natural tiro College Demonstration Floor Work Presently a young woman camo in arrived, and whom sho know to bo and vigor, makes him a stirrin Andrew Foley to Dumb-be- ll Exorcise Academy buy some soda. When sho turned Hob Joimm, a poor butcher. Forgive speaker. No belter man is to bo Reading Carl Pulliam to Norwegian Mountain March Foundation leave the store, the boy who had ness was not granted until Miss Debate, Resolved: That a college anywhere to go about among found Play Ground Games Normal been nice lo the old man opened tho Twist showed herself to be very professor should receive more tho colleges of the country and en 1. Corner Spry repentant. Then lho mountain girl pay than a railroad telegraph door, and held it until tho lady list students in this work. Dr. Wil 2. Hombardmenl passed out. The other hoys never threw off her assumed courscness Hams' speech will long be rcmcm operator. Affirmative, Tilman 3. Dodge Ball slopped Ihc loud talking. and her outlandish garb and acted bered. Rich. John Jennings. Negative "Topsy" Folk Game Vocational At last, n little girl and her small v . the rellned young lady ttiat sho Alfred Morshon, Shelby Fraley Indian Club Swinging College really was. BILLY SUNDAY WILL VISIT Critic's Report Alfred Mershon brother came In. They were clad Volley Ball In rags ami looked hungry and cold. Foundation Tho young ladies aro to bo com Business BEREA While, (he girl was buying "Coming Thru tho Rye" Normal tho mended for their selection of a play A letter has been received by Mr. "Birth of Dawn" Folk Game things her mother sent her for, Hie Academy with so good a lesson and for the Taylor, stating that Hilly Sunday Notwithstanding the rain onTues- Base Ball Vocational most creditable manner in which lay evening, a happy band from the little hoy walked about, looking at will be in Berca on Monday, April "Milk Maids" Frolio College they presented it. 20. It was hoped that he might Vocational Department enjoyed a the different objects in tho store. Races AH Departments He slumbled nnd fell. Tho polllo Marsh-Mallomake a visit hero last winter, but Roast" in the girls' Winding the May Pole arrangements could not he made at gymnasium. games were boy helped him lo his feet and told Wlillo Bluo and White Berca College The Academy that time, and now that tho limo dayed. Hie main feature of tho eve him not to rry. The other boys College Department lied and Black has been found, all arc looking for ning was the toasting of the Imiin- - said. "Hen would mako a good Red and Green Academy nurse. He rould tend people's ward with hearts full of joy at his eons supply of s. LENORIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Red and White Normal coming. It is not necessary to Those present were: Miss Miller babies for them I" Hen didn't notlco Program for April 24, 1920 Yellow and White, Vocational mako comments upon this man or and Mr. Flemming Griffith, Misses, them nl all, but kept Inlklng to tho Pink and Green Foundation to try to emphasizo the fact that Song Society Clara Terrlll, Mayme Cowan. Hazel child. When the lllllo girl was ready he will havo a rousing message; it Deal, Louiso Trlplett, Inez Swann. Roll Call is enough lo say that Billy Sunday attend tho State Convention lo be going notice appears at various Quotations from Louisa M. Alcotl Onlo Silvers. Leo Wheeler, Francis lo go. Hen said he would rarry tho heavy basket for her. Ho (old his will address the students and fac- held in May at Paris, wero pre points in the buildings of lho collego Prayer Chaplain Holdcraft, Viola Hays, Ruth Phillips. ulty of Herca College on Monday sentcd to, and approved by the So and school of agriculture, connected Song Society Ruby Russel, and Messrs. Clarence companions (hat he would seo them night, April 2fl, at 7:30, and the cicly. with tho University of Minnesota. World News Ella M. Haga Nicholas, Bob Harrison, Earl Wise- - auain in a few minutes and wnlked chapel will be filled. , The meeting next Sunday nigl Over six hundred students attend ptunla Drill.. T Kiln out with Iho children. limn. .Inrl-- llnnilni Bul Mr. Sunday does not come will be led by Misses Winona Mctz this department. V1'0" lhpy wcro 'on, 0,10 ,,0' Mayme Hayes, Juanita M. James August French, Mll'burn Hall. Her-- 1 Good for the alone. Mr. rtodchcavcr comes Willi ger and Flo Baker. The topic will brave six hundred. State News Mao Locko bert Waddle, Clinton Fugate, Filz said. "Ben will never amount to much: he doesn't have nny him and will remain over a day or bo Christian Principles in Personal -- Northwestern Christian Advocate Local News Cornelia Grico hugh Grabeal, and Shirley Hays. or dignity." Anolliey said, two. We shall count it a great and Public Health." Everyone is Recitation Anna J. Hcnson "Well, Tom. If he doesn't respect privilege to hear him cordially invilcd to attend. Beauty Hints Bertha Blanlon Foundation School College himelf, he does other people." Who's Who in Literature Now The prooor looked on and smiled. MISSION STUDY CLASS WHAT A SMALL WORLD Louisa Lockhnrt DOUGLAS-EDWARD- S After a hnrl while, Ben came In Tho foreign Mission Study Class, SOCIETY Wo no longer think in terms of TRIBUTE TO ELIZABETH WHITE Critic Emily Honsley Program for April 24, 1920 wilh n smile on his face and said. which meela In Room 35, Industrial 25,000 miles around the earth and Elizabeth White, ono of tho best Song Building, every Sunday morning at folks living on "tho other side o known .mil linsl hnlnvpn irlrla nf Society "Has anyone got Hip plnco?" Mr. ACADEMY VS. NORMAL Prayer 0:00 a.m.. Jiad a very interesting Uio world" as being far away. They Mm PnlloiTo .lonnrfmnnl , .lin.l r,i inn Chaplain Hall stepped forward and took Ben .,... ..lab .MlMIH.l.Y iVUiUJL'lII lirOUlll- - Song meeting last Sunday morning, led really are "just across the branch, Immn In Pnrkavilln 1, Anril O Society by the hand nnd snid, "No, Hen, I makers trimmed tho Normnlitos to Bible Story by S. Whiltemore Boggs, of tho Sur or up at "the head of the hollow i Alma Carmony have been wanting lo givo tho plaro ..niio nninm in. si.n nnrn,i 11,0 l,ln" 8 U) 7. Normal started Reading vcy Department of tho Inter-ChurVivian Couch lo a boy who will bo nlco to all these days. l.nr nnnnrnnllv in nnrfiW l.onllh World Movement of North America. Jack Wenlz my customers, old men and women In last Friday's mail the follow a member of the sophomore class. V'0 ,f,IM !!'1sIcorin? in 1,10 flrsl' Biography Ho gave us a very interesting ing post card was received by Mr The first week sho was stricken '"r "p'' U in tho second. Then News of tho Week . . . Edna Maggard and little children as well as young survey of the Mission Field of the it ylor from Bulgaria. Tho post with appendicitis nnd wns taken to V'0 .,ea'1 we.nt lmck an(l forlh' Recitation When can you go to Lcona Perkins people. s" runs. Jokes Central and South American Repub card in Greek typo was addressed tho college hospital where an oper- Monty Scrogins work?" ' Bul Mr. Hall, (hero are somo Mayo Moses lics, also putting us in touch with lo Mr. Howard E. Taylor, Educator ation was performed. She was im- - SoT l,7 ,,l,s am,!7 PHns- - Nor- ,- Tho Rural Homes much larger than I and who havo former Bcrcans who are now activo of the Mountain Boys, Berca, Ky nrnvinp nnrl ivn nmonlfwl In fnllv '" l"" "" nilllll Why Wo Should bo Loyal to Our Parents in various parts of tho Foreign Field. IT. S. A. Mao Marcard been lo school mure loo." recover, but complications set in )vilh 2 runs. Then Academy camo I can't help that, im boy. I wnnl Mr. Boggs is in touch with tho Lounctto Morris From Dr. TemcoiT, M.D., Derman- - which 'necessilalel other operations, ,0 ,mU clarkstn was tired, and Recitalion great leaders of Christianity in hh tsic, Louksvit, Bulgaria, and rea and although everything was done '!,0itca" feIlj s"-- for him. so Riddles Gladys Couch a boy who is kind and pnllto to Hammett wanted uenaie, iicsoiveu: rnai noys are every bod v. New York office. Wo were much a follows: for Jmr Mmi i hi. i.otf mo.iipni Viii Vra slr,1( more expensive than girls. Aillrm-ativ- e. Ben took the job ami ho is now interested In his efforts lo get out could provide, sho parsed away af- - l? Slani 11 an" 1,0 mu- - M!iTr !ms,e" ho )iM n si,,Se- - Then with March 1(3, 1020, ler a long illness. Eva Hamrlck. Gladys Marsh; the junior partner of one of tho in tho field, and how ho has been t,,irl McVey pulled Negative, Erin Higgim, Zora largest grocery stores in that town. thwarted from Umo to time. Many Mr. Howard E. Taylor n,nnJetl The remarkable way In which helpful and Inspiring suggestions Berea, Ky, U. S. A. Harlow. rrar,ira "rsi It pays lo be polite. ,' ",WV Elizabeth bore Ibis long illness, and " wero given by him. which vjo great- Dear Sir: Benediction Imp rnnslnnl irnml lioon nml nn w,", Hammett Crossed tllO plate. Eva Hamriek. o I T I In the Cincinnati Ninth Street ly appreciated. ",,s " 11.1. ti,m" 11. Acwiemy tnoys tienco through it all was an inspi- Baptist Church bulletin of Jan. IS baiting average was t!2. No wonder FRANKLIN SOCIETY Tho. possibility of a Berea Colony ration In ill "One of tho gcalest obstacles to Program for April 24, 1920 ree mado of foreign mission workers was this year, was announced that you Seldom do wo find in a young ",py.wo"! Society missions in every land and Umo ' hinted at, which wo considered ns wero to address a meeting at the Y, woman such rare qualities. Sho ' nines "P- - mo imieiu Song very feasible. Tho idea is lo have M. C. A. on "Three Blind Mice.' was snnerinr in scl.nlnrsliin rnnMn was shifted around a little for this Prayer Member has been tho drin evil. Thoso interested in the evangelizntlon of lho a number of our students together ! Th ' B""etin spoke of you a3 a and lovable in disposition, possess- - Fan,(': Nenl ''layc1 at "'i1'' ani1 A Talk on Kentucky as a Con sumptive State, the Spilling Slate world and tho redemption of men tho Foreiim Field. nrnnnrniUn 11115,1 t rare personality, and talent. ing a quiet sense of humor and an "il'"s" " in contend loo XMW" y0MNn nas u?nfi " Cato Smith and women cannd worK tho same ideals that arn held sncreil Antl thereupon. I would be immensc- - appreciation for. tho best things of i .inn Psalm Carol Hierd strenuously nnd prayerfully apalt for tho Appalachian Highlands, and ly beholden to you if you would if,ia niu iiuya ;u u iiinu lu waiiu in The Twenty-thir- d fostered by Berea College. Thus kindly mail me said address or any She was activo in nlhleMcs nni! '"" 11,0 l,,no COmC9 8,1,1 ,ul 10 News of the Week ... W. D. Bowling the traffic in strong drink and habit forming drugs." I thero would bo a link of interest other, delivered by you, in brochure was a good Christian practical use the many valuable George Washington's Farm Lifo Missionary reviw nf tho world. or bopk form. I ask this with a woman. suggestions ho lias given llicm. His kept up between tho students hero James Hudgins May. 1910. and the Beroan workers in tho view of popularizing them anion,,-Her lifo among us will bo long coatJhing has been invaluable anil Great Business Men of Today .... my own young manhood. foreign, field. 'o can never thank him enough. Vanhoy Long mombored nn,l rhorishp.l ni nl Hoping that I am not asking too by the Ho 1,n'' ,n"B,,t thl' boys mv to ,,lay Ambassador E. It. Moscma.i Thero wero about twenty-tw- o 'I ho labors of every mission board students but by her teachers The Value of Y. M. a A. Work members present and all seem to bo much. I am, Sir. as well. Wo can all profit bv her "" " UHI" 's,11" " iniuvnuiais. are lininpored and aomotimes nul" Yours truly, I'lie following was Academy line- Clias. Hail lified by lho operations much interested in tho courso of our puro unsolflsh life. of the up: Harrison s. s., Neat 3 b., Ham- - W liy We Should Protect Our Birds Dr. Tcmcoff, work together. Wo want especially liquor traffic. Tho workers for mot I. f., Marr t b., McVey c. f, Mc- -I and Wild Animals .. Leslio Miller wc rld prohibition aro lho most eflo emphasizo tho need of dally com UTILE DULCE ANNIVERSARY Wcthingfon c, McDon- - 0ilional .. It is an inconlivo "to high living York ficient allies jf lho missionaries." munion with God in prayer. Tho Utile Dnlco Literary Society Allistor 2 b., " ; Carl al,l c, Johnson r. f. and p., Robert- - Debute, Resolved 'Ihat steam power Tho subject to bo discussed next lo know that our record is being olobrated their twenty-fir- st Resolution Exec. Com., Federal anni I is used more than electric. Affirm- Sunday morning will bo on tho mo rcai by tho Hotlonlots of Africa, ersary willi an open program given son p. and r. f. Council of Churchds. or tho ico skators of Greenland. tlvcs for Foreign Mission work. n tho Tabernaclo on Monday night, Best wishos, Dr. Tomcoff, for yju April 19. A large crowd listened lo r.nd your boys over in Bulgaria! CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR their excellent program and was Tho (1 Fj. prayer meeting last with the numbers from first Sunday night was a very interest RECIPE FOR SUCCESS to last. Take equal parts of ambition, puring one. The leaders wero Misses Miss Wosloy's welcomo was most Dorothy Breeding and Jessie Teats pose and initiative ami 'add the cordial and fitting. Tho readings Tho topic was "When is Courage yeast of knowledgo, persovoranoo by Miss Nona Shoro and Miss Mil- Needed?" A big percent of tho dis ami determination. red Mnoro woro happily chosen cission was a comparison botweon To this add tho essence of courago. nnd woll dolivorod. Tho musical physical courago and moral courage, Icve and wisdom. With this mix the numbers, lho piano duet bv Misses It was suggested thai it lakos as spirits of "pop", tad, honosty, origi Tuttlo nnd Graf anil tho selection much courage to stand for lho right nalily and apgrossivoness. by tho U. D. trio, woro most nleas ns it did for tho soldlors to go "ovor Then flavor this according lo taste ingly rendered. TJio slory by Miss tho top." Ono G. E. memhor com- with tho oxtracl of oheorfulnoss. op- Atzenhoofor was woll written. The pared our lifo battles to those of timism and kindness.. presentation of "Study Hour" by Potor when ho slatted to Christ on After flavoring is added, mix vory Missos Robinson, McCord, Sluart tho soa and whon ho denied his thoroughly, by stirring with an iron and hnglo. which to lho casual oh Master at lho high priosl's liouso. will propelled by llvo hundred horso sorvor might appear moro titling Too oflOn wo glory In tho strength power resolution, and allow to boil lor n discussion in tho cabinet or of our courage, and when tho real fciovor over tho flro of an uncon- - faculty, was no doubt a good sam- tost oomos. we, liko Peter, find it fjuorablo spirit. plo of the way in which study ebbing liko tho receding waves at Clinton Fuguto. hours aro ofton spent. Al nny rate tho ocean's edge. lho young Indies performed tholr In all our meetings, after a short TOBACCO IN MINNESOTA parts vory creditably. Miss introduction by tho leador, tho topio "In occordanco with tho spirit of i.ssay, "Your Grandmother's is diseussod by lho memhors. This i bolter .Minnesota, lho combined Job and Yours," was ospeoially lino. elves thorn a training In thought students' counolls request that all A play was given which concludexpression whloh they could not persons obsorvo lho jraditions of ed tho exercises of tho ovcnlng. othorwlso got. this institution and refrain from Tho litlo was, "Tho Country Cous1,t'lirm',,,u,ve ''oner who introduced piuce reo!utlon In houaa, 2. Cbuinp Clark debuting pence res lutlon Tho namos of thoso who aro to smoking on tho campus." Tho foro- - in." bouw. 3. Strike Incoi.venWs New York co.mm.tiTH. Lizzlo Twist, a New York so- - General College News - f11 ' llr ed nr '""a w marsh-mallow- ?elf-reop- pct Department fc ch ' '"'"y f rr V l"n. '". nd - , Mid-kHf- Ts 'J April 22, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Threa t connection with rescue work In mine. Quite frequently miners nre entombed in coal mines following explosions, nnd these men may be located quickly nnd nccurnlely through the geophone. In metal mines also, where men may bo Imprisoned behind falls or bo barricaded In some part of the mine to which they have retreated In order to protect themselves from tho fumes of n fire course," he said shortly. "He'd met Mr. Cullen, Ic Dicky Morgnn's cita- WASHINGTON AGAIN CENTER OF these, too, mny bo rescued through ATTRACTION FOR THE MANY tion I . . ," with some brother ndventtirers In New prompt locntlon. Dead quiet for second nfter secYork, nnd they put the Iden Into his TOURI8T8. When the bureau first began Its exbend. Ho hnd no money, thnt ho ond. Angela had turned pale; sho was periments with the geophone. It wns worked his passage ncross on the winking hard. questionable whether the Instrument Motlette, n French tramp, In January "His . . . citation!" Mr. CulGE0PH0NE WILL BE USEFUL could hear sounds far enough away to 11115. On the other side, ho met len mopped his forehead. mnke It practicable. The experiments "Ills own copy of It wns lost, but I lieutenant of nrtlllery who took show that sounds cnn be detected brought the olllclnl Jounint . . . fnlicy to him. As you undoubtedly Device Will Quickly and Accurately through the enrth a distance of 1.500 know, ho spoke French like n nntlve, shnll I translnte? Locate Entombed Miners, Under-groun- d feet In the mlned-ou- t nren In a conl nnd thnt made It easy for him. France "'Pierre Dutout, private of the Fires and Leaks In Water mine, through solid conl 2.0W feet, nnd Is a land of paper, nnd of records Territorials, during the batthrough solid rock hnlf a mile. Mains. nnd papers nnd records enn be cront tles of (he fourth of May nnd tho days Tho jteophone, according to the bu. . . 1 woiPt describe It to" you, but ed, shulllcd when there's n reason following, has mnde exhibit of tho SYNOPSIS. renu of mines. Is also of great practlBy JAMES P. HORNADAY. the first time I ever set foot In It, I The reason was that n republic need highest devotion nnd the grentest cour-ngcnl vnltie In metal mines where two knew I'd found tho place (o tnke nil ed men nnd the lieutenant wns will Washington. nnd especially by carrying out n The national cnpltnl tm.e honpimi citArmn i.- -in t to I hnd to give. And It was there that Ing to he n forger If thnt were n con Neullly. France, hla face dUngured bevolunteer duty, under heavy fire on for the first time since April, IU17. Is tunnels hnvens be connected. At times. In spite of yond recognition, correct surveying ns Is nn American I met this mnn Morgan." soldier He paused dltlon to his being n patriot. Ills con tho night of the sixth of May, has receiving tourists with ,.en nrms. possible, the two tunnel headings fnll ervln In the French army attract atceptlon of pntrlotlsm wns to enlist ev given to his whole detachment nn ex- Appnrently the word tins nlread." gone tention by hla deep (lenMndncy to come together. Asked Just recent Ij buery by tha eurireona for a plmtoKraph to guide man tn the service of traordinary example of loyalty and he- lorth thai tho capital city Is again In renu of mlnps engineers were In n mine them In making over lila face, lie ofTera France. Hut nt thnt time, tho wnr roic sacrifice.' " iiuKpunnie mood for the tide o where the two ends f the tunnel In derlilon a picture of the Savior, bidwns still rather exclusive ns far ns He gave the newspaper to Mr. Cul'Miieers is running strong. They loding them take Hint aa a model They do nre coming In these dnva frnm Vntw tailed to meet nnd tho geophnnes. Americans were concerned. So that len. "And hen Is his Croix do ao. making a remarkable llkenesa. cating the error.- - showed the miners Dicky Morgnn dlsappenred from earth Kngland, frnm nil the South Atlantic the right direction. CHAI'TKIt II -I- nvalided home, on the and (here was n new soldier of the Rintes, from New York nml Observations with the geophone boat he meet Martin Harmon, New York sixty-nint.. ..... mm even from the Territorials by tho name central West hnve nlso been mnde nt mines which broker, who la attracted by hla remark' of I'lerro Dutotit . . . 'Peter No e nuinerneck" wngons, the guides able featum The irlvea hla wero on fire, where It wns found thnt body. " name aa "Henry Hllllard." and hli home i" me vnnous public buildings, ns well the fire mado noise enough to be '. card a fiyracu.e. New York, ns the guides who nlv thBlr trnrtn "What I" snld .Mr. Cullen. lie left there in some distance, either because of Its under a cloud, ami la embittered agalnut Hllllnrd shrugged his shoulders, foot nnd nre once more drawing nlr or the breaking off of bits hla former fellow townsmen. Harmon "I snld he told me much nbout him huslly engaged. makea him a prnpoaltlon to aell mining April Is the month of coal and slate. The geophone by self, lie snlled under his own name, or visits rrom high school students, y !.,.ocl'..ln yr'Ue. concealing hla thus locating the fire gives Information He acvepta It. erring In It a chance ' nnd rdaro say you can verify tha Ot n (111 V nnssna lint II. to make good and prove which may enable the mine mannge-mebeen unI In New York. Hut when he landed, thousands of these students como In derestimated. devices In to erect he took nn alias. He had wanted to or n stny of from 24 to 43 hours, More rustling from tlx shndnws, and tho proper places or to make n direct start over ngnln, unhnmpered. Noth iney nre always accompanied by Mini figure stepping out of tlicm Into attack on the dm Ing could havo been moro opportune 01 nieir teachers, nnd go nhout the foreground; It wns Angola Cullen, I Detects Leaks In Mains. than this chnnce. See whnt It gnvc uio iiusiness of sightseeing as Just over tlio lirlnk of seventeen, exIt Is nlso the custom In some mining him! Ho simply dropped out of the ns they go nbout mastering quisitely nmnll mid Mnnile, nml iro- localities to drill a hole from the surworld. . . . It wns the possibility ineir lessons foumlly ngltatcd liy tin; now. I face Into n mine to enrry pipe lines or of Inslng himself utterly that first a Practlcnlly all tho restrictions that cables. Oftentimes these drill holes do bowed mechanically; lit! lmit reprmed to him. And there must have were In force here during the war membered her ns n vlvlil llttlo hoyden. not go to the right places and It Is with been n good cnuse." and ror n good mnny months nfter the considerable Queer. Hint his henrt should skip h difficulty nnd expense "Yes," said Mr. Cullen absently, signing of the armistice hnve been rebent or two nt beholding her now. that tunnels nre driven to meet the "There wns. Hut . . . always the moved. The one notable exception Is drill hole. With tho nld of the geoItnt she hnd brought the first rcmem-tirnnc- c atrical, Dick was. Thnt so like tho White House nnd the SVhlte House phone the of untroubled days back to can be guided better, him to do Just thnt sort of thing, und grounds. Hefore the world wnr enmo especially drills him, nnd tho contrast hurt nbotnl-nalilsince drilling can be detectto do It Just thnt way." nn. the front White nouse ed for nearly n mile. "As nearly as I could gnther," snld grounds were nlwnys open to the pub"Oh, dndl" alio said with n quick Very satisfactory results hnve been Hllllard, "he had been practically Mc, nnd n section of the lower floor Intnkn of her breath. "Oh . . . obtained tn attempts made to locate . . er . . . ostracized here. Is I. of the White House wns open to vis leaks In "Was He Hurt So Badly?1 dndl" And clung to him for refuge, wnter mnlns. The water cirthat correct?" He noted that Angela itors for two hours during the middle culating In the ordinary city main cnn staring the while with wldo nnd fear- a moment. HHW "And Morgan needed me flinched lit the suggestion, and thnt of the dny. Under thnt nrrnngement bo ful eyes at the tall stranger who had more heard with the geophones when they than nnyone else In the wnrd." her head was drooping very low, tourists were permitted to visit tho nre plnced on the surfnee. ten to twelve delivered the laconic message. "Was he . . . hurt so badly?" buthero was a good reahistoric East oom, saunter through feet above the pipe. In the business Cullen held her close, nnd cleared The girl's voice wns tnut with feeling. son for It." "And Here la His Croix de Guerre." the hnlls of the president's homo nnd district of Pittsburgh one leak was lohis thront. He wns In tlio common-enoug"Oh! dad!" said Angela, pleadingly, "Yes, badly," he suld, "but that situation of n man who feels wnsn't the point. He wns alone. He below her breath. "Please don't say Guerre." On Impulse, he handed It occnslonnly get a look Into the fled rn ted within a few minutes, although to Mr. Cullen, whose palm was room, the Hlue room, the dining room the water department hnd been trying that ho ought to he deeply moved, nnd wns friendless. that I can't stand nny not He wns tinder the things und even tho kitchen. With the comready for It, but to Angela. Isn't, nnd wonders why; nnd tils trans- darkest cloud thnt ever mnn can live more " to find It for two weeks. Sho hnd taken the decoration half ing of wnr. It wns not deemed ndvlsn-bl- e parent effort to ho funereal was slightThe announcement "What his offense mny have been, that President tinder. You know what It was, Mr. to permit tho public to hnve free fearfully, and she had glanced nt Hllly overdone. Wilson has taken n homo for the sumI don't know," snld Milliard, plung Cullen." llnrd with an expression so curiously access to the president's home, and It mer at Woods Hole, n coast village In ing doggedly Into his narrative. "Hut "It's a grent shock to us of course," The older man nodded tnrdlly. combined of uwe and Joy and Jealousy was nlso thought best to close tho Massachusetts, Is a reminder that lie said, speaking idowiy. "A grent he left town, so he told me. In "I hnve an Iden," he conceded. White House grounds. shock. . . . Oh! Mr. Milliard my the government tremendous revulsion of feeling. His that his own eyes wnvered, and he has never taken "Well, there he wns wounded, nnd May Reopen Grounds. daughter. Well, I must fny I. . . . marooned In France, nnd with n bad one umhltlon was to muke something had momentarily averted his gnze. up seriously the question of proRecently the question as to whether viding dwelling Buptosc wo sit down nnd tnlk this conscience. Perhaps you can under- of himself, to wash out the past to When he hnd ventured to turn o her place n outside over " Justify his existence. And he went ngnln, sho had curried one hnnd to the grounds shnll ngaln be opened to the natlrninl capital for Its presidents, stand why he got my sympathy." her breast, pressed tightly, she was the public hns been under considera nlthough the subject has frequently Illlllnn! bowed ngnln; Mr. Cullen, "Poor Dick I" said Angela, barely oversens with the Iden of genuine his nnn encircling Angela, led the wny nbnve a whisper, nml Hllllard, looking Bervlce and sacrifice. And very soon, looking down nt the bronze cross In tion at tne white House, It seems been approached. In this respect the to the hnmmock nnd Its reinforcement ncross nt her, wns stirred by vague terribly soon . . ' . during a night her lap, nnd her shoulders were slink- only a question of time until the big United States Is behind the other great of wicker chairs. The trio was Intuitions which rendered him guiltily nttack . . . they got him." Mil ing perceptibly. Hllllnrd gripped the Iron gates will stand open as they countries of the world. Most rulers, seatod: Hllllard coughed dellcntely, uncomfortnhte. It hnd simply never Hard paused effectively. "There nrms of his chair, and every muscle formerly did, nnd If President Wilson nt Is well known, hnve the privilege his nets favorably on the advice he Is re of choosing from three to six or more and nfter that, there was n brief occurred to him In nnnounclng tho wusn't a chance In a hundred for him of him wns drawn tense Gradually, silence. the nlr wns denth of n man who hnd run nwny to recover, nnd he knew It. And then fnrce wns sudden tragedy, nnd horror ceiving, the East room will again be places of residence. No one hns ever charged with constraint. Hero he from Syracuse In disgrace, he might It came to I1I111, bllndlngly" nnd desper- clutched ut him. Angela wns crying opened to visitors. For a long time suggested thnt this country should go . . stoical, by. supreme effort, nt extra precautions wero observed at to uch nn extravagance, but n grent wns, and there was Angela nnd find pity and forgiveness waiting for ntely, thut the world that Is, the Mr. Cullen nil of them n little expression. world which had known him In his the news of Morgnn's denth, she wns tho treasury. Strangers were not per mnny persons do feel nnd so express Was there still an opporcrying, now thnt she believed he had mitted to go below the mnln floor; themselves older, nil of them n grent denl more tunity for ti that the United States to change Ids tactics, failures would never hear what ho repressed, but even so, here they were, to admit Hint It wns. only the had done. Ho hnd made his sacrl died gloriously. It wns n hnrd prob they were prohibited from looking nt should provide a summer home for the lem for him to analyze It tho grent stnck of money In the base president away from the sent of govthese three. Just ns they hnd sat In soul nnd the outward coun- flee, nnd It wns useless. In hospital, wns so mngnlficently complimentary ment, but those wnr restrictions havo ernment. the same plnce, on the same sort of tenance of Dicky Morgan thnt had ho wns i'lerro Dutout, you seo . been lifted, and the tourists are now summer evenings, when Dicky Morgan perished, and to mnlntiiln thnt n new und between thnt character, nnd his nnd Inconsistent . . . In The chief nrgument perhnps "It would seem to me," snld Mr. Cul permitted not only to look nt the fnvor of the government buying nn wasn't yet anathemn, nnd when being, n penitent nnd resolute being, own, wns tho barrier of tho subter "This . . . this thing happened hnd arisen phoenlxllko to mnke ntnne- - fuge ho had grasped so eagerly his len, somewhat thickly, "thnt he wiped pllcd up wealth of Dnclo Sam, but to home for the chief execu omo time ngo, did It? You were tive Is that Wnshlngton Is not n de ment for llie wnsted years thnt had nllas, and his false rbeord. No one the slate clean enough for nil practlcnl handle pneknges of money. puriMiscs, anyway." He took the war The big attractions for the tourists sirable plnce of residence during the nbrond yourself I" been ended by shrapnel lire from tho would hnve any reason to doubt that "Yes. I wns." Huns? And suppose he did so, what ho wasn't what ho purported to be. cross from Angela's reverent fingers, ure, of course, tho Capitol where con summer. With few exceptions, nnd "I wnnt to hear about Dick," snld would they say? President Wilson Is one of these ex If public opinion Ho craved to tell someone: to send nnd examined It curiously. He looked gross Is In session, tho congressional Angela In a dry llttlo voice. "IMensol were to model Itself upon tho sorrow hnck a message to his' old friends; nt Angela, nnd slipped his arm around library, the Wnshlngton monument, ceptions, presidents hnve nlwnys found And . . . nnd who nre you, Mr. of- poor little Augeln Cullen. was It nnd I happened to bo then nnd ho her; she sat up stralghter, and drew tho various public buildings, the Lin It necessary to get nwny from the cnpHllllnnir not better to confess nt once, to wipe contlded In me. And hero I mil, Mr. a shivering breath. "I may hnve been coln Memorial on the Mall, now n ear ltnl during the summer months. "Angelnl" snld her fnther, repronch-fully- , the slate clean, nnd to begin nfresh? Cullen. Ilrlnglng crcdentlnls. Now, wrong In my Judgment." snld Mr. Cul- ing completion, the National Museum, President Wilson, through force of len soberly. the Smlthsonlnn Institution, Arlington hut Ill!llnnl, coughing with Had he snld so much that the path- In the first place, I hnve a photograph circumstances, hns been' compelled to great vehemence, felt and Mount Vernon. The local guides spend practically the whole of every midden Inway to truth was closed or was a or him, taken from his original pass (Continued next week) predict thnt this l's to bo the bnnner summer during the seven years he has rush of triumph which gave htm con- Ho well stuck to better than tho truth, port-- " Ho produced It from his pock year for tourists. They nro sure that been In office in the White Housp. fidence. It wns the triumph of draet, nnd offered It to Mr. Cullen. "is half told? matic success; the consciousness Hint there aro probably a million persons What he would have done had not the Morals, which nre nothing but neg- there any mistake, sir? Or Is It the uermanys coalition government is who had planned to visit the cnnltnl wnr tied him down here no one would whntever might come next, he hnd no ative virtues nnywny, hang on trllles. Dick Morgan you know?" tually appeared before people who Hllllard was tottering on tho utterMr. Cullen switched on n standing still on trial with n shifting of ele-- J during 1017. 1018. 1010 who did not venture to say. All that be said knew him best, nnd that they snw n most edge of decision nnd Mr. Cullen Jnmp ; Angela hid her fnce, nnd shrank ments nnd sentiments due to tho re- -, get here, nnd who will como this year. Is that he had stuck to his Job regardcent troubles. stranger. Labor is dissatisfied They say thnt If tho Aryll stream up less of the weather and some people He smiled, 11s churchflung the weight of nn aimless charge hnck from the whlto electric glnre, man smiles. "Yes yes." He gave the tiny pic-- . over tho treatment of workmen In tho to date Is Indicative of whnt Is to are of the opinion that he Is now payagainst him, nnd settled the mntter "All I pretend to bo Is a friend of out of hand. ture to ills dnughter. "There a no ques nunr difficulties. Moderate socialists, come, not fewer than 2.000.000 Amerl. ing for this devotion to duty. Irked by the hard economic conditions, vans will tnke a look nt the cnpltnl Dick's. Little Time for Rest "He certainly had plenty to bo sor- Hon about It, Mr. Hllllard." "Oh I A friend 1" Cullen's Intonary for," snld Mr. Cullen. In the earlier port of his adminis "That's Dlckl" snld Angela ngon. are reported Joining the Independent during the year, neforo the wnr tho socialists and communists. tion wns curiously wnrped. Hoth re- -, tourists numbered nbout 1.000.000 n tration President Wilson mado some "Oh. dad!" snld Angela, with n quick Itedly. "Perhnps you'll understand better If Intnke of her breath. "With his signature, of course you ncttonarles nnd extremists nre dlssnt- - vear. effort to break away from Washingisned that they have no representation I go back to tho beginning. SlTall IT recognize It, do you?" Virtuous, was Mr. Cullen. A churchWill mnn. In tho near future, bo able ton during the summers, but he never "Do." Cullen motioned him goer und n commtinlcunt, wns Mr. Cul"It's his hnndwrltlng fnst enough." In the government and aro according- - to tnlk through tho enrth ns ho now really succeeded. In the summer of nnd Hllllard took a long len. A giver of ulms, und n friend to conceded Mr. Cullen. He looked up nt ly making nil the trouble they cnn. All talks, without wires, through tho nlr 1010 he took n summer home over on breath, nnd began. his friends but In forgetting that the Hllllnrd, nnd his brows were furrow ructions condemn tno government on and tho sen? Perhnps. Progress nlong the const of New Jersoy nnd wns thero "Hack In Mny, 1015," he snld, "I evil that men do shouldn't rightfully ed, as though ho were struggling to account of tho French occupation of thnt lino Is reported by tho burenu of short time. He nlso leased n sum want to England nnd then to Franco he allowed to live on after them, and comprehend what nil this had to do Frankfort and other German cities. mines, which relates thnt nfter n series mer home In New Ilnmpshlro for one to arrango some government contracts In remembering, perhnps too clenrly at with tho Cullen futnlly. "Yes. Dra- Uio hnrdest problem of the govern- - of Important tests with (he geophone, summer und wns able to spend almcnt Is tho attitude of inbor which n listening device Invented during tho most two months up thero, but public for copper products. In France, I wai that moment, the final Interview he matic boy, ho was always. Shows Is endeavoring to rule tho cabinet-- , war by the French to detect und business forced' his return to the stunned ns everyone by tho back- had held with Dicky Morgan, Mr. Cul don't It?" principal element of strength In cnte enemy underground operations, White House. Tho public will natur "Dramatic yes. That is Imaginalash of the war. And like everyone len throttled repentance Into n state tho coalition Is In tho fact that It Is may bo put to a number of rctnarkabto ally wish him a restful summer at And It's n quul-Itelse, I did what I could on tho spot of furious helplessness, nnd brought tive. Venturesome. that sometimes makes heroes, Mr. so besit on all sides that It must re uses in mining nnd other Industries. Woods Hole. hnck Hllllard to his senses. . . . bought tobucco for tho sol Since Cleveland's tlmo every presi "Yes," snld Hllllnrd, "ho had plenty Cullen. . . . Would you hnve call- main united to prevent a fall nnd Tho most sxtrnordlnnry 'result of diers, and ull that sort of thing. It chaos again. Franco nnd Great Hrlt-nl- n theso tests Is thut the burenu of mines dent has hnd tho yacht Mnyflowcr at Isn't u question of charity, onco you to bo sorry for, nnd ho wns. Of his ed him bravo?" hnve smoothed out their disagree- men hnve been nble,,not only to hear his dlsposnl and when he has been "I'm not suro of that, sir. seo tho circumstances you simply troubles here, I'm not capable of sit "I would 1" snld Angela. "I would I" ment over the French occupation. and locnto sounds through the enrth. compelled to remain In Wnshlngton look, nnd reallzo that the most you ting as Judge. Instead, I sat as con Franco will withdraw her forces from but havo actually understood talking during the hen ted season hns been "Foolhardy, often. Hut bravo . . cun do Is so trlvlul In comparison with fessor. Ho that you'll bo moro Inter Germnny ns soon ns tho Germnns through 50 feet of 6olld coal and havo nble to find relief In short excursions "Walt, then I" said Hllllard, motionwhat there Is to bo dono that you ested In thnt part of hts Ilfu which you evidently haven't known about, ing. He was transfixed by tho vision withdraw from tho Ituhr, nnd prom- detected tho human voice fully 150 feet down tho Potomnc and out Into . well, you do all you can nnd President Wilson awuy. What this may mean- In tho Chesnpeake bay. wish to heaven It wero ten thousand nnd I hnve. Ho left here, I think, In of Angela Cullen, who had started up ises there will be no further Independent action on her part. near futuro can only bo conjectured. hns mndo less use of the yncht thnn times moro. And then you try to llnd December. Ho hndn't nny fixed pur- In passionate defenso of nn An engineer of the bureau was able, either President Tuft or President out whero your mlto will do the most pose; nil ho wnnted wns to And n plnymnto; her cfcoeks were (lushed, her place whero ho could begin over again eyes were shining, she wns Ineffably through 300 feet of coal, to distinguish Itnosevelt. kood, and It staggers you because Tho Item of expense which n presl- Rather a Good Idea. nine out of ten different coal mining thcro nro so many places whero they on a fresh basis, and make a man of appealing In her tearloss grief nnd In "Some Invalids." remarked Doc tools that wero used at different times, dent must Incur In providing his own himself. . , . For thut much, at her loynlty. For tho first time, d need everything you huvo und everycould see how tho passing years Hraney, 'Tcgard themselves as so In- so characteristic nro tho scum! a. In summer home Is no small mntter. Conthing everybody else has. It so hap- lenst, you can give him credit." "And I do," snld Cullen, approvingly. had brought out tho woman In her; teresting thut Instead of being willing one mlno whero experiments wero be- gress has never ventured to make an pened that a friend of mine was In Hllllard, swept ngaln by tho near- he could see. under the dazzling light to pay they think they ought to charge ing mado at the fnce of a tunnel, tho appropriation for such accommodaone of tho American surgical units nt ness of deliverance from his decolts, of the porch lamp, what an adorable the physician an admittance fee." mine foreman who was listening heard tion. Neullly. I couldn't spreud my own litworkmen In another tunnel preparing tle contributions over all tho Insti- leaned forward. A strong Indorsement champion he had left behind him. Her Truth From Young Life. to blast, nnd ordered tho engineers to tutions that needed It tliero wouldn't of Morgan's umhltlon nt this Juncture vehemence thrilled him; his own "Tommy." said the teacher, "can Want an Argument. retlro until the blast was fired. The havo been enough to notice, so nat- might yet have brought about a re- cheeks reddened, und his heart was Borne men stay away from church sounds were bo clear he did not reallzo you tell mo the meaning of 'repen ubruptly quickened at tho sight of urally 1 spent most of my time nnd cantation. because It frets them to see a man most of my money at Neullly. The that the tunnel heudlngs were over 300 tant'?" "I'm glad you do, Mr. Cullen. . , , her at tho sumo time that It congealYes, ma'am," hour withanswered Tommy: cases there are all sovero. Tho men I think myself It was the only Hairse. ed from her father's estimate. "You talk f(jr us much as half anWashington foet apart. out being contradicted. greatest value of the Invention "It's how a feller feels when be sets The need moro help than the average, and ho could havo taken." Ho hungly rlh know," ho suld, "that bravery under caught." Stray Stories. In mining, so far as known, will be la there was one ward In imrtlcular ously upon tho response: It would el- - tire liu a n. peculiar reward. It's cull Star. nobody mm 7 thtVJustiry or condemn Ids present en" n "citation: oTfarsr'YoTITdnk attitude. "That's probably why ho took It.", thnt Morgan wasn't brave, Mr. Cullen. said Sir. Cullen. "Oh, I'm fair enough Hut there's proof. A proof that even to him, Mr. Hllllard, hut as for Judg- you must recognize." He tempered ment " He shook his head firmly. his voire. "For here." he said, whip-plu- g n folded paper Into view, "Is what "What mnde him go to France?" Illlllnrd-s- nr buck. Tho gates of tho republic of Franco snys about hltnl Hero Is tho record that will entruth clanged shut. 'That enme to livaji ns tho Inglcnt dure ns long ns Franco does. Here, CAPITAL CITY IN HOSPITABL f MOOD sixty-- ninth able-bodie- h l.nnl Iden-ttt- he-h- ..! nj s I V h ... - 1 111 unre-genera- to ... n - 11 Is-t- 11 ' I" curte-blanch- e, lo-T- y I" - old-tlm- o nil-Har- Pago Four THE CITIZEN April 22, 1020. Millinery Sale! 10 Days Only, Beginning May 1 When a Man Marries New Summer Millinery Rare in Value, $5.00 Small Shapes Is a pood timo for linn to !iie if he lias not saving habit that he is make n sucress of his to open n bank account ami slnrl Our Big Reduction Sale begins next Saturday, May i. livery hat in our stock going at a reduction. We went into the city this week to buy a few hats. We got excited by the beauty, styles and exquisiteness of the hats displayed and bought too many. We fear we are overstocked. So we have this n styles in Big Sale of Don't lose and all season millinery. any time. Come at once to get your choice. We certainly have a beautiful and complete line of New Hat to select from at a price surprisingly low. Large picture hats in dainty moline and transparent material of latest fashion. White rose and pekin blue, titian brown, in fact all colors. Also a nice line of tailored street hats for women. This sale is for io days only. Come at once. We don't keep them. We sell hats and sell them right mid-seaso- already acquired that thrift and bound to acquire if ho expects to life. It Is Important That he make a wise selection of tho bank to which he mlend tripling Ids funds. He also wants to form n ronnection with a bank that will onry him over the hard tunes that come to llie best of us, and he want n bank That will ronsider his personality as well as his tnnglblo securities. Such n bank is ours. Large Horse Hair Hats White Milans In Matters of Investments New Summer Dresses of Voile, Organdie, Tissue Gingham, Linen, Georgette, and Taffeta $7.50 up Wash Skirts and Blouses, $2.50 up This bank always stands ready and willing lo aid its customers. You cannot go wrong if you invest your surplus in I'. S. Treasury Savings Certificates or Liberty Bonds. They nre issued by the t inted Stales Government, nnd are as good as gold. We will be glad lo point out their advantages and lo aid you in acquiring them. ' Phone 164 MRS. LAURA JONES Berea, Kj. Jennie B. Fish Co. Ladies Phone 191 Ready-to-wear Berea National Bank (0kla4 and Millinery Berea, Ky LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES ) FROM A KKTUH.NS OF FKOM II TO 23 MILES OAKLAND OWNERS UKGUI.AItLY FK0M TUG GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FltOM S.UO TO Itlxj Ml 1.13 ON TIKIS Best Blacksmithing at the REPUBLICAN CLUB ORGANIZED A number of republican students Miss May Brown, a former College student, who is now In Washington, and citizens of the town met in Vo Chapel on Monday evening shoeing, fine iron D. C spent a couple of days in eational Scientific horse Classified Advertisements FOR SALE (31-4- 31 work and repairs of all descriptions College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Office. T. B. Stephenson is spending an extended visit in Virginia, during which timo he will look after business interests there. Drs. Cowley, Dudley and Grant attended a meeting of the Mcdiea' Association at Richmond one evening this last week. The overall movement has reached Herea. Quite a number of the students have decided to wear them to beat the H. C. of L. S. D. Osborne has been visiting his mother, Mrs. C. E. Osborne, this week. He is leaving for Kansas City, but expects to return in the fall and enter school here. Mae McKee is quite seriously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. E. E. Wyatt, Miss Geneva Horner, W.Il.Romingcr, W. S. Jar-v- is and Henry Muncy attended the superinmeeting of Sunday-scho- ol tendents of Madison county, which was held in Richmond last Friday nfternooon. Mrs. E. E. Wyatt was elected District Secretary. U. S. Wyatt came home last week and is rapidly recovering from tho injury received from his automobilo in Aberdeen, Miss, about a month ago. On his way home he stopped al Bowling Green to see his daugh ter who is in business school there, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marler, of Bromo, Ky.. received a telegram fir.m tho Begonnfc 'Jospital, Jersey City, N. J., announcing that Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchholz aro tha proud parents of a fine baby girl, which arrived April 15. Mrs. Buchholz will be remembered by many Berea friends as Miss Lola Edith Marler, a former student of Mr. Buchholz was Berea College. a lieutenant in the U. S. Marine Corps and saw active service overseas. When at home their address is 80 Armstrong Ave, Jersey City. N. J. Claude Dubon, a student at Boron from 1005 (o 1007, is now a banker in Buenos Aires, South America. Miss Maude Bowman, who has been teaching during tho past year in North Carolina, came home last week. Miss Mary Adams spent tho weekend in Richmond. Mrs. A. J. Smith left n. few days ago for a visit in Arkansas with friends. J. M. COYLE & COMPANY MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS, SHOES, HATS FURNISHINGS Some town property. Seo J. W. and organized a republican club Berea last week. lb skins, Berea, Ky. Colson Gay presided. Officers were Frank Coylc was away at the first elected as follows: Prof. Win. J. of the week, buying new goods for For Sale Nearly new vacuum Baird, chairman; Colson Gay, sec sweeper. Call at Citizen of$2.50. his store. rotary; and Chas. Burdcttc, treas fice. (L f.) Quite a number of Berea's chil- urer. as well, took dren, and grown-up- s For Sale Overland Runabout, in the circus at Richmond, Monday. just overhauled. Tires and car in CARD OF THANKS The Rev. and Mrs. John CunningDr. II. Dudley, We wish to thank our kind neigh good condition. IS POWEItED WITH Tlir. FAMOUS ham are enjoying a visit from Mrs. THIS OAKHNDSENSIIILESIX Jackson StrceL OVKJtllKAD-VALVhorsand friends of Berea and vicin (t. f.) OAKLAND KNGINF. Cunningham's parents. ity for their kindness and helpfulMr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard of Wanted Four young men room ness during the illness and death of Wallaceton spent Saturday and Sun our dear husband and father, T. A. ers who would like a quiet, neat, and day in Berea. Clark, who departed this life April clean room for study. Near Chapel. Miss Stella McWhorter, of HuntCorner Depot and Elipso streets. 3, 1920. ington, W. Va, is visiting with reMrs. C. E. Osborne Mrs. M. I. Clark and children. latives and friends in town. Lost A Mrs. Sallie Bogie left Sunday for steadily growing popularity ol the raincoat be UNION CHURCH tween tho fountain and postofflco Tulsa, Okla. to visit Mrs. Alice Sensible Six among Amertopic in Union on Tuesday morning. Finder ro- Dr. Hutchins' Dobbs. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the She expects to visit other e car for continu-ou- s capacity of this places in Oklahoma and Texas, and Church next Sunday morning at It turn to Richardson Flat and receivo will be, "Facing Facta." and economical service. Even in those reward will bo gone several months. W. tt. Cochran. There will be a church social todistricts where roads arc unimproved and Mrs. Laura Jones was in Cincin- night (Thursday) at 7:30 to which garage facilities are lew and far betwecen, NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS nati this week buying new hats for all friends of tho church aro corthe Oakland keeps to its work day after As complaint has recently been er stock. her dially invited. Tho exact location made to mo in regard to trespassing day and month after month, quietly, comMrs. T. M. Morgan, who has had of the new church edifice is to be It is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. cows, fowls, etc., on private pro of a very serious operation at the Rob- discussed at this social. able car, exceedingly roomy and perly, such as lawns, gardens, etc. inson Hospital, has improved so and because of its high ratio of power to I take this means of warning tho wonderfully she was able to be taken weight, its action is brik and responsive. CHURCH CHRISTIAN public against further offense in home on Tuesday. Only immense manufacturing resources, Regular services last Lord's Day this way. R. J. Abncy, and a production of unusual magnitude, Herbert Cox, of Detroit, Mich., was proved to be quite interesting with This April 20. 1020. Town Marshal. make possible the very moderate price at in Berea, this week visiting friends a decided increase in attendance at (Iw-i- ol which it is sold. and relatives. all the services, both morning and Miss N'ora Azbill, who has been evening. Services next Lord's Day. TEACHERS AND AMBITIOUS Touring Cab and llojrrrt tlOlt K.Q.U. I'ontia&Mich. visiting Mrs. Ethel Falconer in Cin- Bible school at 0:15, followed by YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN cinnati this week, returned home the communion, and preaching For tho quickest way to success, Tuesday reporting a lovely visit service at 11:00. write now to Professor Wilbur R. Evangelist J. J. Taylor, of Lex- Smith, Lexington, Ky, for circular with her friend. Mrs. N. E. Davis, who has been ington, assisted as song leader and of his old and popular College loBerea, Ky. Phone 18 with her son, Egbert Davis, at Sil- personal worker by Miss Cathryn cated in the beautiful and historiver Creek, left for Cleveland, O, to Warriner, of Hustonvillo, Ky will cal Lexington, Ky. Get his proposispend tho summer with her daugh- begin evangelistic services at 7:30 tion to pay Railroad fare. U. S. ters, Mrs. Roy and Miss Ruth Davis. P. M. next Monday, April 20. Every- Bonds, Notes and School warrants capital to start. Ono who is capable Wo'll find a buyer by next fall. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George one will bo welcomed to all thoso received. Positions. You can be- of earning a salary of $275.00 per John Dean's still doing "financial month. Strictly business proposichores," Moore a son, George Junior. services. Mr. Taylor comes to tho gin al any time. Address Chester Parks, the enterprising pi'oplo of Berea with a fine record Wilbur. R.. Smith,. Lexington, .Ky. tion, affording opportunity for trav- Ho'll lend you money, or borrow yours. el, (starting June 1st). Applicant shoo drummer, left Berea Tuesday and will prove, let us hope, a great for tho mountains of Eastern Ken- blessing to all. Wanted Energetic, hustling, re- must be of good character and pos- Call at The Bank and seo him there; W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. tucky on business. liable young gentleman with small sess strong personality. An oxcel-li- n' He'll shako vur hand and treat you opportunity for tho right perMiss Addie Burdetlo, of Mt, Versquare. e son. Herea student preferred. non, is visiting nt tho home of Mrs. required. Address in own A3 soon as tho sun dries off the J. L. Gay. ground lu.ndwriting: Tho Progress Club meets, this Hcrndon will rcsumo his "rambling Clinton Kugatc. week, at the home of Mrs. Edgar round," Box 73u Herea College, Moore. And if n buyer nllghts in town, Horea, Ky. Elba Hose Spink entertained a 2w-Wo'll "catch him" cro ho hits tho number of her friends at her home ground. on Weft Chestnut Saturday night. Wo'll show your land nnd all the D. White, former Berea student, DEAN & IIERNDON rest. is visiting his mother, Charity Real Estate AflenU Combined with qualiAnd sell him what he likes tho besL White, and other relatives in and Wo aro still selling Ileal Estate, And if ho lacks a few round wheels, ty you will find in our around Berea. but it is hard to give possession of To eloso up big or smaller deals, Master Charles Morrison Spink garments. farms now as most fanners have Wo'll shake our rags and hlo and entertained his llvo littlo cousins at1 buck, planned their crops, but wo havo a a birthday party, Monday afternoon, t?OC&C?3 few that wo can still deliver, if And 'twixl us wo will cough umup, tho occasion being his third birthsold. Wo havo an exceptionally So bo your troubles great or small, day. Hring them to us and tell us nil. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery good bargain of 23 i acres on piko, Wo'll show you homes and give you Jackson, April 18, n son. Mother two sots of improvements, flno land, choice, and son are doing fine. itt good neighborhood, near church Ami when you'vo bought you will Mrs. Robert Cornclison Is being and school. Better seo us If you Is complete in nil rejoice. visited this week by her mother, wnnt something liko this. the new Spring Mrs. Lucy Parsons, of Brassfleld. Come on to Dean 4 HerndonI Another highly improved place, Ideas. nice house nnd barn, about 50 acres, one-ha- lf tnilo olf pike. Priced to sell quick. F. L. MOORE'S Wo need moro places to soil Drop in al The Bank and list your property with us. Trade with us, OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX tan-color- ed THE well-mad- mid-summ- easy-ridin- g; Boone Tavern Garage . Ilef-eniic- Individuality and Style Our Millinery We'll both make money Jewelry Store FOR Hcrndon is Just up from the flu, Was pretty sick 'twlxt mo and you; 1 Men's Suits $20 to $50 Shoes $2 to $17 Mrs. Eva Walden Hut you can "bet your life,'' by Uob, Ho's up now and back on his Job. So como on now and list your land. Fine Wo'll sell it this spring if wo can; MAIN ST. Hut if wo do not placo it all, First Claw Repairing AND Line of Jewelry BEREA. KY Pago Five Last Sunday morning tho paslor A family Newipaprr for all that U right prcnriieil a powerful sermon on Iho "Unjust Steward." fl'lioso nresenl irue, ni iniereiling wero deeply touched aiid upon In I"WIhM rr Thurwliijp at Iferra, Kr. vitation there were eight who BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Joined the church. The spccinl mu (Incorpor.i.d) sic was enjoyed hy all. WM. C. FROST. Next Sunday morning tho paslor J. O. UIIMAN, Mtn.iint Edllor will preach on "Counting the Cost." Subscription Rates Text: I.uke II: 28. In tho oveninj? I'AYAIILK IN ADVANCKum Tr.r ' ti Mk Hcrvlee the topic will he. "He Know Bl Month. .T M elh Men." Text: John 2: 21. 25. Thrre Month. The prayer meetings are growing, Fni monpf br lntfllr or Kiprr.. Montr Order. Draft, Krclttrml Ittrr. or on and two hut there are still nlro women rnt .lamp.. than men. It must be Iruo thai The d.ta aftr your nam on Ubrt .how. la what dale your .uUrrlptlon L paid. If It it not "some men expect to net lo Heaven rnanffftl within thri wrrkiaflrr ren.wal notJf on their wive's religion." Mlialn numlirra will ba tladlr auppllnl If w There- was a good crowd nl En- IJNr.lU-rm- i worth League Sunday evening, and rlrrntnanr ho obtain rww for in. Any one Mwidlna- Ui four yrarly E. Tay rvrviTo in uiif.n imiii'uvii. ir. lor everyone enjoyed Mr. II.Tho topic dm ar, lors lalk on "Service." AdrrrtUInt ratu on application. for next Sunday is "Will a Man F.dilor-lrCM- .f The Citizen METHODIST? CHURCH ... ... - ......'&() - - Mob God?" TO K. Y. WAYFARER Sunday, May second. I'm snil Indeed, In read your linns The song-recilAnd learn I'm not a poet, by .Mrs. 0. K. King, soprano, given under the au Hill fortunate to have a friend spices of Iho Woman's Cluh was Willi sense enough to know it. well attended, and enthusiastically Hut when younlso, try to received. Miss King was assisted by Miss Jameson, accompanist, and you sweat and hustle, Mrs. Hiilchins, violinist; also by six To lie poetic, you should know, Takes something more than mus- young ladies who appeared in n sexlelle nud rendered a group of cle. three songs charmingly. Mrs. King's 'The ink is dry," 'The pen is dull," program was millo vnricd, and in- eluded selections from opera, folk Hut still it's sharp enough songs and several songs by Ameri To penetrate a hide like yours,-An- d I admit, you're tough. can composers. The audienco were delighted with tho group of Indian A man who tortures harmless songs, by Thurlow I.ieuranco, who is engaged by tho Government to words mako records of tho musical ex.And cannot make them scan, pressions of the American Indians. Is a poetic kind of bruto,-- If Mrs. King helped her audience to not a brutal man. understand and appreciate tho proYes, I havo written foolish things, gram by timely words of explanation. Hut these two lines aro "sane," The "Broncho" that you had In mind, A GOOD MAN DIES Was bucking in your brain. Mr. Thomas A. Clark' was born .lunuary 10, 1851; died April 3, 1920. .When poets all have "petered out,- -' He was a kind and devoted husband, Hy all tho laws of meter a kind loving father and grandfather. You'll still ho "coming strong." my He Joined (he United Haplist Church frlcnd,- when he was .'10 years old. Ho was There's nothing there to "peter." a cousistaul member and was alDr. Alsou linker. ways ready anifj willing tt help everyone who was in need. He was a quiet, good, citizen. .(This ends our poetic debate. Tin decision is left to our readers. We loved him. Yes, wo loved him Thourti strong things havo been .but (be Lord loved him best and sent His angels and took him home to flald, it is all friendly. J. 0. L.) r si. SONG-RECITal wrilc,-Allhniilaw-abidi- ng England, and a personal friend of President and Mrs. Frost. Ho ntlcndcd United Chapel and Dr. II. I'. Robinson, Dr. Morris and made n full survey of (he buildings Dr. Edwards nearly completed Iho and equipments of tho Institution, physical examinations of school conferring with the President, children Tuesday. Treasurer and other workers. Mrs. II. F. Robinson has been the reirislrar of the enterprise. Parents of rhildren are earnestly advised A wedding which camo ns quite a lo confer wllh the registrar and surprise (o her relatives and friends hospital aboul records of physical was that of Miss Sadie Grant Mail-pi- n, condition of children. daughter or F. fi. Maupfn, of Last Friday night the eighth Berca. and Mr. Cyrus Ingrade graduation class mcl with dianapolis, Indiana, Short, of former army Miss Howies and organized with officer, and student nl Berca College. Paul Johnson, president; Wm. Ma They Tvcro married in Columbus, son, Ruth Johnson, .Ohio, April 2, 11)20, and will remain secrelnry; and Nannie Jones, Ircas Micro as Mr. Short has a good pourer. Incidentally it proved to sition in Ihe Federal service. be a social occasion, anil after refreshments were served, they ad THE TWO ROADS journed Avilh .in'rK for (heir gen The Spendthrift Road ial hosle.ss, Miss Howies, and with "This is on mo." p'easanl memories f the event. "One more of the same." Mrs. C, E, Campbell's grado "Lend mo five." a pleasant. ililllo program, "Charge this." Friday morning, at United Chapel. "Here, boy." Miss Elliot and her grado con- "Whero do wc go from hero?" ducled Hie chapel exercises Tues "Let's havo another round." day morning for an appreciative "You can go home any time." audience. "Your money's no good.' Dr. Anderson has been scheduled "1 cnn'l be bothered with small lo give M rut aid instruction, Junior change." Red Cross to n class in Hie public "Tho sky's tho limit." school. "I'm paying for this." Miss DeHonl was called home "Don't be a piker." the lasl of the week on account of "It's all in a lifetime." serious illness of relatives. "More where Ibis came from." Dr. James Walt Raine. of Hcrca College, has been invited to deliver The Thrift Road Ihu address to the graduates May 7. "What's the price of this?" Wo are glad to nnnounce his ac "One will do." ceptance. "The walk will do me good." "No, thank you." Mrs. L. V. Dodgo led chapel exer "I can't afford that." cises Wednesday morning. Wyatt, not Forester "Give me your best price." Forester "Is it worth seeing?" Wilder, was meant for "honor roll," Glli grade last week. "A penny is as good in my pocket." riie Fourth Grade has organized 'This is what I got for my money." n Wide-AwaWar Savings So"Let mo pay my share." "I can get along without this." ciety of twenly-llv- e members. "I can get it as I need it." "I'll carry this." VISIT FROM MR. WILDER "I promised my wife." Mr. II. A. Wilder, of Boston, for "I need the money." many years a Trustee of Hcrca Col lege, and one of tho foremost pro WHf COLLEGE STUDENTS moters of Southern education, surSHOULD WORK FOR prised us by a visit this week, arWORLD PROHIBITION riving Tuesday by tho 5:13 train What is God's call lo tho col and leaving by the same train Wednesday. He was returning from leges nnd universities of this parFlorida, and had mado a call nl ticular day? It nmy bo summed Atlanta, where he is interested In up in one word, the call for leader I he Atlanta ship leadership in the sense which University. Mr. Wilder has been a great pro Christ had in mind when He taught moter of Berca's interests in New that he who would be greatest must PUBLIC E. r. SCHOOL NOTES Dizney, Prln. A Car Load of Iron Roofing Has just been received. It is the patent corrugated, galvanized iron roofing, 28 gauge, and will sell at SHORT-MAUPI- N $9.00 a square PAINTING TIME IS HERE Paint will make your house new' and beautiful. Paint 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 STEPHENS & MUNCY Berea, Ky. be the servant of all. There comes College,"" CrxTOnT, "Tof5ervlces're1iUfred lo tho students of our day a demand during the civil wars. Nenr Weyhlll for a great and unparallcllcd offering Is Clnnvllle lodge, nn estnte mentioned of lives dedicated to the scrvlco of In the Doomsdny hook, now only 120 acres, with n comfortable residence, God nnd man." which will he offered with possession -J- ohn It. Molt, D?ccmbcr 31, 1919 and the lordship of the manor, at auction nt Andover. London Times. "One of the greatest obstacles to missions in every land and time ke has been the drink evil. Those interested in the civilization of the world, and the redemption of men and women, cannot contend too strenuously and prayerfully against tho traffic in strong drink and habit funning drugs." The Missionary Tloview of tho World. To Sell Chaucer's Old Manor. Chaucer owned the manor nnd to the living of Weyhlll, which weje presented bj; Charles I to Queen's P f UR YOU Your stomach and liver am probably causing thai listless that nervous headache. PEPSOTONE Tablets have a friendly way of removing the impurities which cause such ills. 25c. AT YOUR DRUGGIST'S feeling, I Tk M tat mm M Welck's Dept. Stsre Mr. Farmer: Who Do You Sell Your Produce To? During the railroad strike which has been on for the past ten days, some produce dealers tried to take advantage of the farmers and buy produce at ridioulously low figures and explained that the reason why they paid such low prices was because they could not ship anything. We have been told that one dealer in this vicinity bought eggs as low as 25c per dozen. Were you one of the few people that sold your eggs that cheap. If so, we want to tell you that there is a reliable, produce house in Berea that does not try to take advantage of you at any time, that always pays the top price like it advertises and gives you a square deal the year round, and up-to-da- te that that dependable house is The Berea Pro- duce Company near the Robinson Hospital on Chestnut street. We haven't paid under 33c for eggs at any time in the last ten days and are now paying 35c for eggs in small lots. That shows we are here to give you a square deal. Bring us your eggs and chickens the next time you are in town and have any to sell and show us that you appreciate having a reliable, produce house in Berea that is now and will continue to be one of the biggest helps to the farmers in this community. Last but not least remember that we pay cash for everything we buy and have nothing to trade. Sell to us, take the cash and trade any place you care to. up-to-da- te THE BEREA PRODUCE CO. The House That Has the Reputation For a Square Deal Chestnut Street under Odd Fellows Hall Call Phone 60 for Prices Before Selling P.1K0 Six THE CITIZEN April 22, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Haths, Klectrlc Service. Sun-Parlo- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizncy, Director of Home Science THE GOOD SANITARIAN nnd pools lay upon land owned by a With Apologies to St. Luko "Tho rerlnln rieli gentleman who had no pasture, this amount can bo Surgery, Car in Child birth, Eye, Noie and Ear To Members of Aaricultural Club a good i sn for it beeatiso it would not pro-duBeloved Physician" reduced to 0 or 7 pounds. FollowGENERAL PRACTICE Raisin? Tigs: By Larry Hennessey crops and who ibereforo recoming aro somo good ration, Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend In need, Onco on n tlmo a certain man went fused lo expend money upon II lo pounded by weight, for' the sow SOW AND LITTER and In reach of all the people. down from New York City to a small mnko it safe for trnvelors who camo 11 suckling a lilter of pigs: nr mu hefore farrowlno: KonicRT II. Cowlkv, M.D.i Physician town, nnd fell among dlscaso germs. Hint way. Tho rich gentleman bad skim-mil3 (t) Corn, 1 part, ... Imnnpfnn I Hint IllO SOW 1)0 Harlan Dunt.cr, M.D., Physician And tho germs fell upon him and many friends ifinl (hoy rnmo toparts. Maroarkt S. Grant, M. D., Physician In good tlirifty condllion nl farrow made him sick unto death with gether and objected lo tbo propaMiss MARr I.onoacrk, R.N., Superintendent (2) Corn, 0 parts, tankage, 1 pari. , ii la practically impo9 tfit limn malaria. ganda of die Sanitarian that es Miss N'kllir Mili.hr, R.N., Head Nurse (3) Corn and shlpsluiT, in equal fccil .(,! ff,r'n sow lo ont sulllciont And by chanco Ihnrc camo down carried Iho bacleria into tho parts. CHANGE IN RATES suckling a litter lo pro slm is that way a certain priest and when 'bodies of human beings. They called Hcginnlng March t, the rales for hoard and room of private (I Corn and middlings in equal (luce plenty of milk and, at tho samo ho saw tho man ho passed by on tbo bun n Disturber of Vested Illghls p.itients will he $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients parts. licr wcigni aim . time, maintain cared for In the wards will remain the same $t per day. other side, saying, "My work per - 'and eried out against him because shipstuir and ground (ti) Com. sllO nVHl rnnaeniiotrilv. .Mi 11 tainelh only lo tho soul and I cannot he sought lo make Iho road a safe j Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College oats, in equal parts. which diaw upon the food material wa9le my lime with earthly mat- - place for travelers and residents Feeding and Management of Pigs: prompt ncllnn In Issuing federal warbody in Iho lias been stored in ber nearby. And there was great furor - At the age of three to four weeks rants for n number of the nctlve lend- lers." form of llcsb, previous to farrowAnd likowise n certain doctor camo in that place. ers of the strike. The wnrrnnts Ibe pigs will begin to eat from the REVIEW OF Ing. chnrged violation of section 2 of the Ihal way. Ho saw tho sick man and Th(, ,t mvmni ,lia(, ,nosqili(0 trough with the sow. At this time Several days before farrowing it paused lo givo him aid, hoping that PnPPl I.over law. ,clerla into the homo tbo feed n feeding pen which will admit the i advisable lo reduce ,, lpy n(nckcd , Itcfnre the Issunnre of the wnrrnnts wiinc day he m.ghl receive remiinf keep out all other hogs rcIl , sligbtlv. Particular caro must be pigs but provided and tbe determination to take drastic oration for his services. Ho picked , fed alu, , mtl) plrl and the pigs for must be nctlnn hnd been announced, the taken "to avoid constipation at this up the sick man anil look him to n mnny wppks ,, flna, Aml the in this enclosure. Any one of th" disclosures bad begun to uusp.iii. mm immsuHL-To avoid tbis condition lime. urnu mm. rirh man's heart was mollril and above mentioned feed mixtures can Attorney General Sees Red Plot hnve nn effect nn the strike nnd Its wafeed sbould bo made tbin and doctor gave him remedies that rnr ,0 , Snn,aP,nn Am plenty be used willi good results, but the early eollnpse. or nt . least gradunl jThemight tery, and tbe sow slunild bave be cured of the wounds in Rail Strike and Orders Ar, n,.mii)or.H of composed of 1 part corn and 3 was nntlrlpnted. Kvcn before ho the rich man gavo denth Immediately pre- one of frcsb water. tho disclosures from Washington nn made by the bacteria of malaria and ,.llr n!,(1 nlH, , Snninrnn wns cn- -! is perhaps the best. rest of Many Radicals. good plan parls skim-mil- k ceding farrowing it is a In the sltuntlnn was it chanced thai in tlmo tho sick man rnuraRP ,,, )1(?lt ,IP m,m Improvement Skim-mil- k, ,lll3 when properly supple to reduco the feed lo practically mented, is Tho community mnnlfesf In the West, nlthough neat' :was well again. jn whm(t 1)Io0(K 10 a feed without equal for prevent nothing. This helps lo In New York and some other portions that built and paid for tho hospital ..., , ,, nn LABOR TROUBLES IN KANSAS feverisbness in the sow young pigs. nf the Knst. In Chicago where the and provided funds for its upkeep ,lm, lp Wt,rt, drained nnl Considerable trouble has been ex nnd In other pnrts of paid tho cost of Iho necessary treat strike started later. , , ',,,,, ,,ri( sun. the West, railroad men who had been Farrowing: Just before tbe sow perienced by hog growers from , brought on by Prospect of Anarchy In Ireland Brings enticed by the "outlnw" movement, be- mont and care, which was more TIlPn 1P rllIp wn, thnt she should be scours in small pigs, is expected to farrow gan to see signs of n trnp nnd to turn than leominunily Hint wherever water Ibe sow and litler foraging in tall Factions Into Closer Union Strong placcd in a clean, warm and well Now it chanced also thnt, notions rnprl(, , ,,,,,, ngnln to the counsels of their old Military Measures In Turkey wet grass. The pigs become wet and or on10r piaoc, it xentllaled house. If it is very cold lenders. This was having nfjrrndunl nflerwards, a litllo child was play- - ,llnlll( C()Vere.l with oil so lhat Sonora Secedes From bung chilled, and the succulent grass d n lantern should be effect In the restoration of trajjle nnd ing In tbo roadside near tho placo , ,nrvnp of lhp Mexico German Coall. eaten by the sow increases the milk mo,qll0es would normnl conditions. ft cm the roof, inside the bouse. Tbo where tho bacteria had get upon Iho totlon Government ,in,P,,nil(M, i,Pneath tho film on the lives How. Tbe chilling of the pig, The new rallwny labor board au- man. Ami uio naciona sei upon 1 10 ,,, heat from this may save on Trial. wtaeit of nIP w,ier anil could of gether with Ibe increased amodnt law child also and wounded it. And the' thorized by the Cumndns-Kscof some pigs. A bed of plenty no! develop into mosipiitocs to carry bo provided. of milk which it is able lo gel, nnd nppnlnted by the president, will parents of tho child summoned mcd - ' good clean straw must By E. F. CLIPSON. pp,,ns ll(t of ,iuman or rail, f causes Indigestion and scours. Pigs now; hnve the arduous duty of reviewA projecting guard-boar- d ,,. llU(,n, nf ...ninVu am ami me cnihi lay ior many apAs foreshadowed by the general ing tbe whole rallwny labor question, icai the same dis- will ordinarily bo affected in this pearance or 9 inches wide and of the rallwny strike from relative to wages, hours off employ- weeks ill and finally died. And bac- - vn way up to the age of four or five ml paco knnwn , tance up from tbo floor, is excelmade Its beginning ami pointed out In the ment, working conditions, etc. Out of tcria which infesled Ibis spot In tho Nol ,0I1(. nf((,r al u ,inppcnP(I In preventing the weeks. Provision should be lent. It will aid to keep the sow and litter on sborl previous Isue of this review, the the grent volume of testimony to roadside soon traveled afar and bo - 'nuiio bacleria of lyphoid fever fell Ktlilopliin sow from crushing the pigs. the woodpile grass, but. if tbis is impossible, it bus been concealed In I. W. W, fos- which It will listen nnd nil the datn igan to attack children nnd adults nf ,,, rPS,,PI1s of ml the American Do not disturb or attempt to ascompiled, It Is called upon to find n in tho community that lay near tho upon ,U wlfo nn,, P(mininltv ib better lo keep Ihem off grass aluntered, supported nnd directed by the solution which will he epiltnble to the road and there was much illness and ,,,,,. sist tbe sow at farrowing time ,, pw (Pm A(, , absolutely necessary. She must together until tbo pigs become four Moscow Third Internationale. If this men. the employers and tho public "m" uLniiis. less (piiek succession many other faml- Is not true then the United States deat tbis time. or flvo weeks old. be as quiet as possible prevent n recurrence of strife fir Then a certain Sanllarian, n3 bo jIM f that place were likewise aU When the pigs are about eight partment of Justice with Its secret nnd the In most cases sows farrow without weeks old, weaning' service. Its mnss of data nnd all Its nez near" future nt lenst. Some Job journeyed, camo to tho placo. Hacked by the typhoid germs nnd of the litter occasionally need pas? difficulty, but rhanced that tho community carcJ.nmny of them were killed. Tho should begin. It is an excellent plan splendid facilities for gnthcrlng Inforsome help. It is well to be "on tbe mation nnd evidence, has gone woefulThe eyes of tbe entire country and not for the Sanitarian and would Snniinritin went forth lo givo battle to give assistance if lo take away the pigs from the ly astray. joV and ready not mako a homo for him there.' ( the germs nnd found that they is COlll mother, one or two at a time, re- r .I ia nnn.lnl If the Tho Third Internationale Is the probably some foreign eyes as well, dcvel-ih- e are turned upon the stnte of Knnns l'H Um Sanitarian persisted and came from a number or shallow branch of the communistic governto be present. wipo moving the largest and best it is advisable In Its" efforts to settle labor troubles went forth and gavo baltlo to tho Veil which received their supply of nigs drv as they arc born and oped ones first. By taking two or ment of Ilussln devoted to Interna- through a stote law nnd nn Industrial germs and lo the friends of tho water from a place near the sewers or tlio tional propaganda nnd organisation ami , ni tho smv fin- - I three weeks for weaning all hL'UII UIL'III will III relations court. Alexander M. Hownt. germs. Ho told the pcoplo that tho which carried away the refuso from every four or five days re- - pledged to the cause of overthrow"& te,i,na fnrrnWin? president tbe Kansas Mine Work genus livel in tbe bodies of mos many nuthouse moving one or two of the bcsl, Iho ing the existing order In America nnd ers' union of in thnt community. nnd several other olllclnls Feeding the Sow: Nothing should tiflMiiH nt Hirt enn itll throughout the world. Its principal mvwlll rt Ul HIV A HI' ftl were Jailed for refusal to testify be- quilocs anil woro carried into bodies The germs of typhoid in Ibis way it promote revolutionary aim Is lally and without injury, and the struggletoand estnbllsh wherever class fore the court. Some railroad men In of human linings by tbo bites of got into the drinking water of pos,or ,. "T will be more uniform in size. sible n dictatorship of the proletariat the stnte hnve alo been arrested for theo mosquiloos. Ho said that tho many families nnd was taken into 11 , 'litter very impuruuii, nuun.i, iu is to make tho road safo the, bodies of the people nnd mado such as exists In Itussla. One of Its violating the Inw by participating In only way sow suckling a litter of pigs have Injunctions was to bunt out (ho breeding places li.em sick. The Sanitarian called THAT TAX ON CHICKENS objects, entering Into the dreams of the switchmen's strike. plenty of clean water available ail There seems to be a widespread nil radicals, Is the organization of all nre being freely used by the stnte olll- of tbo mosquitoes in tho stagnant a mooting of the people of lhat of the time, as it is necessary in misunderstanding on tho "chicken workmen, everywhere. Into one big clnls nnd the chief point of Interest Is. pools by Iho roadside and to drain pluri and explained to them tho tho production of her milk. Eight-c- m tax law" that was passed at the union. With such nn organization and ns to whether the law will stand mid these pools ami marshes so that Ii nger from allowing drinking wa-l- er be nn effective means of settling labor hours after the weapon, nn oligarchy to twenty-fomosquitoes could no longer lay eggs to bo polluted with germs from of the Kentucky Legis such n powerful Tbe I. disputes, or will fall under tbe birth of the pigs a thin slop of bran1 lature. Instead of increasing tbe of labor would he possible. to be made on It in tbe higher there to bring forth their kind to the sewers and suggested that tho W. V. Is committed to these views, should bo fed lo tbo or ship-stu- ff eairy more germs mlo Ibe bodies of sewage from tho outhoues bo courts. removes hence Its fight to disrupt the Ameriin lax on chickens it almost mother. Use some skim-mil- k human beings. draihed into a corlain placo away The law provides: it altogether. can Federation of Labor which sfands this slop if it is available. In fact. First, that twenty-flv- o Governor Lowden, ns wns expected, It chanced also that tho marshes from Iho waler supply and thai chickens for collective bargaining nnd the presin IherA is no belter feed for use wells be made deeper to lap streams for each family shall be exempted ervation of contractual rights between carried tbe presidential preference primary In Illinois, although his plutho ration of a milking sow at any altogether from taxation. employers and employees. Observers of pure waler. skim-mil- k, stimu rality of more than 80,000 over Leon- mnn should rvfu-as it high nfTlee If time than Second, that on all chickens over everywhere hnve been pointing to tbe ard Wood wns somewhnt startling. called to It by Ibe tin Al Ibis there was much outcry. n MHipl. Sn nccu-rnttrncenble effects of communistic laics the flow of milk from her ud the first twenty-fiv- e a tax of ten foreenMlm: of tbe rcnl convention Poini of tho peoplo said that it In the disturbed conditions all I.nwden stock received n boom nnd so feeding corn for sevcrat der. Avoid r cmts on each one hundred dollars wiiiild post too much money to do Europe and the strikes and rum- did thnt of lllram Johnson whose ad- strength of nny cnndldnte I yet days after she farrows. Corn is a worth of chickens shall be paid. blings In Amerlcn. Wherever the doc- mirers In the city nf Thlcngo to the thrse things and that the Sanllarian feed and will inIt will bo readily seen that tbis trines hnve gained ascendency, as In number of over 40.000 and upwards of was a crank. And the typhoid germs crease her fever. Four or flvo days is 10,000 down the stnte, wrote or pasted AfTnlrb In Irelnnd take uu u lex next thing to removing tho tax. Itusstn, Hnngnry. portions of the r.r tinned to work havoc among the his nnme on tbe ballot. Few of the turhuk'Ut ntipoet. The afler farrowing however, one or It should bo remembered that the nnd recently In n pnrt of of people of thai community. Hut (ho two cars of corn per day can bo fed, old terrible conditions nnd In some preferential primaries bind delegates Is repdrted 11.s bringing tbe a law placed a tax of forty cents fenilnrian persisted nnd was finally to Instructions for the nntlonnl concnes nctnnl chnos hnve resulted. and the proportion of corn in the on clo.scr to 1111 agreement. The each ono hundred dollars worth able tn secure a ruling from tho peoAttorney General Primer reports ventions, although they do express to number of extremism U reported us ration very gradually increased o'' chickens. n considerable extent the wishes of dlmliilhhlug nnd moderates In ull pur-- l ple (hat sewage should be carried thnt evidence In his hnnds proves that thereafter. Three or four weeks ea ure Mild to be frightened nt the far away from the water which tho Wllllnia 7.. Foster, lender of ho Inte voters. The tight Is still nn open one sbould bo taken to get the sow on with General Pershing edging his hnt outbreak: of ull kliuU of crime General Obregon Technically Arrested. steel strike, and other prominent radunder people drank. And thero was no full feed, as full feeding previous to Nogales, Sonora. Custom House icals, have been the concealed brains tentatively Into the Hepuhllcnn ring. the guise of xllt!cul action. A com- more typhoid in that placo. thumps nnd nil property of the Federal this time is likoly lo cause He bns stnted thnt he Is not n candimon meeting grouud Ik being sought, back of the rail strike. Tbe governWhen the inhabitants of that and scours in tbo pigs. of Mexico formally were ment's nnnaunccmjmt.vnn toUxmed hv date for tho urusldeucr. but. that no hut that It will not be found In the plaro had learned lhat to Jio clean ' In the "Kepubllc of Sonora." present home rule hill In apparent. About four per cent of her live seized is the beginning of being well and Ircluml will never Indorxe the bill with weight in feed, per day, is consid- General AlvnroIn Obregon Is technically many of Ibe germs that set upMexico City, In con under arrest nny unnnlmlty. The Ilrltlnh governered a full feed for a milking sow. nection with the arrest of General on human beings havo their living ment averted xerlous crlnla by sow For example, a Cejudo, Mexlcnn rebel leader, the TO Irish prisoner who plaro in f lit li nnd dirt, the Sanitashould have four per cent of this according to an unverified report rewere on hunger strike after four hnd rian instituted a general clean-u- p weight, or 10 pounds, of feed per ceived here. General Obregon, accord collapsed und othera were la the last day' on which nil Iho people who day. However, if sho is grazing on ing to the report, cau not leave the ntngeu of exhaustion. A genera! strike lived there cleaned their homos and ?ltv. Impended unless the government tbo surrounding grounds and tho granted tbe relenaes. plaro was mado beautiful as well as Internal problems In China having healthful to live in. It turned out nn luiMirtnnt henrlng on tho future of Hint when all these things had been thnt country, are In procesH of har- dono thero woro fewer sick persons monization through n financial con- in Iho community hospital lo bo sortium of the powers. The ncheme for becauso many of the gorms provides for control, through the which hnd lived by tho road had banking groups of the different albeen destroyed. Anil tbo communilies, of loans for railroads und the dety saved tho money it bad formerly "Has the gears velopment of public utilities In China. The' Z More hat last more years." Allied propaganda tins been further- expended lo caro for thoso who had It ing the project for more thun a yenr, been nltacked by iho germs. The work delivered by the "Z" Engine goes beyond the The all enclosed, medium sized gears, but until recently the Jealousy exist- hnppeneil also that tho peoplo of horse power rating we place on it. This gives greater value with bearings on both sides, running con ing nmong tho Khnnghnl Chinese nnd that community look accounting of for your money increased service longer life. stantly in a spray of oil furnished by a those of South Cl)lnn against tho tlio vnluablo lime which had forThe "Z" lias large inlet and exhaust valves easily accessible Peking government, bus Mood In the merly been tingle oil cup, and reduced crank speed, insure smooth, steady running complete fuel combustion. lost by tho residents who wuy of nn agreement. Tho Tight compression in the accurately machined and polished insures freeness from dust and grit, equal bail been attacked by germs nnd to bo Hntlslled lenders npieur cylinder increases "Z" Engine power reduces fuel and distribution of gear strain, and easy so long as America, Ihigland nnd mado ill and found that tho value Positive, dependable Itosch power losses to minimum. Kronce direct operations under the of tbis tlmo al business and Iho ignition adds to power output provides hot, powerful spark running, consequently long wearing; qualinsures quick starting. Complete combustion Rives greatest loans nnd Peking olllclnls have noth- other pursuits of life was vory ities and minimum expense for repairs. power from each gallon of fuel prevents formation of carbon ing to do with the actual expenditures. much greater lhan tho oxpenso of lower cost. means more power at The remaining problem la to Induce cleaning up tho placo where tho The new perfected, bowl with InterJnpnn to Join the consortium on equnl germs hnd lived. And tho pcoplo Other "Z" features are: Runs on kerosene, coal oil, tops, changeable discs of unsurpassed slumming qualities as well as gasoline; built in Bosch high tension oscillating terms with the other three natlona, and easy to care for, is the most important feature lhat placo were not ovon willing magneto; every part interchangeable; clean-cu- t, efficient thus easing the Japanese, yoke on of lu the new United States Separator. tn set a price on tho precious lives design; d endurance. Come in and see this celeWith tho other powers preChina. brated engine today. senting such a strong front, It Is be- thai had been saved becauso (hoy These and other Improvements will be fully exFactory Prices: bad followed tho advico of tho Sanlieved Jupnn will Join. plained la a free demonstration to all Interested $ 75.00 itarian. lii II. P dairymco. 125.00 3 II. P. Pending the final disposition of And tho fame of that plnco spread 200.00 6 II. P Come and se Turkish affairs through tho medium that it was clean and beautiful and FREIGHT EXTRA of tho iteace treaty which Is expected R. H. CHR1SMAN to be ready for submission to the healthful and so many persons from DEPT. STORE WELCH'S Turks eurly In Muy, Knglnnd, Franco afar camo thoro lo livo that it grow Berea, Kentucky and even the nuUan's government are and real estate becamo moro valu-ab- lo Berea, Kentucky preparing for strong military measand thero was much business. ures ucalnat Mustauba. Ktnml and his From, Forecast Magazine. 1 k, inos-(lulto- Investigator co NEWS wnr-tlm- e CURRENTEVENTS ,, - u. ,,,,, ,, ,., .. ,,, h ,, ,,,; ,,. ,,.,. ,, ' i'OT. fJr ur ' s prop-ngnnd- e m-e- heat-produci- ng Ilnl-ka- Ger-mnn- y, y fuc-tlon- Gor-ernme- l Ito-ber- to 250-pou- nd 11 11 THE NEW United States Disc Separator ed 51 Has Than Rated Power nntl-Pekin- g long-live- (Contlnusd ea raft tnss) TUB CITIZEN IMMOVEB UfflfOlM INTEIKATIONAl Pago Seven SUNMYSOKE Uly nifci THE PRISM By KarllT. Waugh TII0U0HT3 ON READING Kn,"l, "' In ths IC.p,r,i,t. lilt, w,ttn W.,.B.M. t . IlEV. I' Lesson II, 94 Acres Madison County BLUE GRASS, SOD MTZWATKIt, D. D. Uoody Unt(lM So much of our rending Is slovenly, lacking in plan, system, nnd nnd ni hi, thai it comes to nothing. It is often utterly misdirected to sny nothing of tlio litno wasted on papers nnd magazines. Wlial wo need is a habit of reading LESSON FOR THE DOY l.USflOM TKVU- -I MAY 2 u.. SAMUEL. ol"erv' l.f.TOSf'' 1NTKIIMKOIATB "ATKI.IAr.- -I T' ChIM tarn. .n,LV.A!l,L.I,,IC-- l.mu.1 .dU,TO,:,C-- A " Wh AND 8KNIOH TOPIC OUHd I'KOI'LB AND ADULT TOPIC -I- U llou. C.pnclll.. In h. Training of I. Samuel 2H), Given to the Lord 1:21 amuel wns given to Hannah In Hiuwer to prayer. Illi nnme mean ked of God." For n time he whs oircu for by dig nicitlier In tlio home, jii hkkiiik iiol r..r a koii fhe vowed to (ti'illcute htlil to tin. LonL Ingly nt linearly age he took III in to tin- - .Kiuictuary mill gave lilin over to tlm charge of KM. Thus In hU tender years lie mlnlMered to the Uni. II. Features of Israel's History In otilfido tlio demand of our regular work, not to kill time, but to enrich our lives. Wu hnvo been surprised to llnd in talking with some of the young pcoplo of tlio community, that books which wo hnvo treasured from our youth up are utterly unknown to them. Whnt n loss wo feel is theirs, not to hnvo known tho chnrnclers with whom wo hnvo lived and grown. Fellowship with brave and noble souls is nn Inspiration nnd n blessing nnd they hnvo much to tench us for our health of heart nnd fortitude of spirit. Let us hnvu tlio habit of rending for tho joy of it a habit which (Jibbou said ho would not exchnngo for tho wealth of the Indies, nnd Gibbon wns wise. If any of our readers think this is llgurative, wo bclicvo wo can provo to him Hint a habit of rending in any community is a source of actual wealth to Hint community. This column will contain talks on rending nnd books, not nlwnys new books, but worth wbllo books, old nnd new. AT AUCTION Tuesday, May 4, 1920 10 o'clock a. m., rain or shine This little farm recently purchased by M. A. Collin, and all in grass It is ALL TOBACCO LAND "Naff said" WHEN SHOULD EDUCATION BEGIN? The majority of parents and school teachers today, bclicvo Hint n child's education need not begin until ho is of school age. This belief is not based on adequate knowledge of tha mind. 11 is nn instance of the blindness or tho tyranny of mi rerioa. . i. A ilcinonillzed Tin- - prli'Ktn were (2:12-1T)- nr csthood. Ml gn-e- It was nod" will th.it who mlulMcrcd nt tlm nlinr Miouid live of the thlncM of tlio nltnr. Imt they broke through the divine reg. uiaiionn touching thin mutter mid were nocurlng their cikIk hy force. (2) The priest polluted the courtii of Hod's home with the grous er ininiomiiiy (2:22). An alienated people. The only ming wnicli separates peojile from uod is Kill. .1. A retention of divine revelation (3:1). (!d was silent 'The word of (Jod was precious In those days; there was no open vision." The mcesnge from the Iinl was more n matter of memory than an active experience Tlio same thing In principle Is true of the Individual life today; somo who once enjoyed fellow Milp with !od no longer hear his voice speaking to them, . III. God Calls Samuel In striking contnist with the degen eracy of the nation we hate brought before ui the heautlful life of Samuel, We see (Jod getting ready for the regeneration of the nation. Dwelling within the sacred courts mid minister ing before the Lord with Cli, Is tho Iminoccnt Samuel, who Is to be the savior of bis people. In Samuel we have a striking pattern of child religion. The Lord gave him In answer to Hannah's prayer. From tils birth be was dedicated to the Lord. While quite young his mother took lilin to the sanctuary'of the Lord where bo served and slept. It Is n good thing to have much sin forgiven, but It is better far to grow up without sin, Two traits In Samuel's character stand out In this call; name))', his cheerful obedience to the Lord's call nnd his surrendered will. It was no easy thing to respond cheerfully to the thrice repeated call. It may lino fcecmcd to him to be unreasonable. but each time he ohejed In simplicity IV. Samuel's First Prophetic Met- sa0e (3:11.18). I'p to this time Samuel obeyedth one who was over lilin, but the time had now come when he must directly hear and obey the Lord. The first message entrusted to him Is a most terrible one. To deliver It Is n most trying tank. He hesltnted to tell It to KM. but when pressed by him he manifested tlio true courage which was lying back of bis fear. It must have been n bitter sting to KM to see Sam-m- l recognized anil himself passed by, but he wns submissive, lie knew that the slight was Just; he could not fall to Interpret It thus In view of the uppeiirance of the man of God to htm thone (.1:2-10)- ncluatcd liy custom. Thoso who hnvo followed with interest tho recent efforts of n few parents and teachers, whoso work overthrows tho belief, will lie interested in the bringing to light of a remarkable book written by a rcmarkablo man moro than a hundred years ngo, and recently published for tho first time. "Tho Education of Karl Witlo" is a strong argument for Hie view that n child's mind should not lio fallow until school age, but. Hint education should begin with tho dawning of intelligence. It relates how a boy of ordinary ability, by careful early training, was ablo nt nine to read French, Italian, English, Gorman, Latin nnd Greek, wns n brilliant mathematics scholnr, nnd well versed in physics, chemistry, zoology, nnd bolnny. Karl Witle won the degreo of I'h.D. and at sixteen joined the teaching stnlf of the University of Berlin. Ho tlio best inlerpeler of Danto of his day. This achievement of tho boy, or rather of his fnthcr, Adolph Witte, whoso theories of education were so signally vindicated, did not involvo the loss of health or retardation of any of his physical powers. Ho lived to tho ago of 83, retaining to tho last his great mental powers, and saw all tho Viseacres, who had so confidently predicted n short and unhappy existence for him, prcccdo him to tho grave. It was tho elder Wilto's object jiot so much to make bis son a "learned" man as to make hiuTan man, strong morally as well as mentally and physically. Whnt we need is a new view of tlio mntlcr. Tlio claim that the mind may bo overstrained is erroneous. If wo no not direct the, energies in the right course, tho child will wnslo them in tho wrong direction. What produces nervousness is worry nnd einotionnl excitement and lack of interest in study. These- principles are supported by Dr. Itoris Sidis, whoso son, William, was admitted to high school at eight, by Prof. Leo Wiener, of Harvard, whoso boy, Nobcrt, graduated from Tufls College at fourteen, by Dr. Adolph Herle, whose four children show n similar advancement duo to careful early training, and by Mrs. Stoncr, whoso daughter, Winifred, published a volumo of poetry nt seven, nnd is (odny at eleven, a writer of stories for a newspaper syndicate. To this list might bo added three important cases of men whoso worth was due simply lo careful early training and a minimum of wasting, viz, John Stuart Mill, James Thompson and the late Lord Kelvin. Tho words or Dr. Sidis, quoted from the introduction to the present book, havo particular force, sinco thoy arc borno out by bis own achievements. "If you do not neglect tho child, between his second and third year, and seo to it that tho brain should not bo starved, should have its proper function, like the rest of tho bodily organs by developing an interest in intellectual activity and love of knowledge, no forcing or the child to study is requisite afterwards. The child will go on by himself, he will derive intense enjoyment from his intellectual activity as ho does from his games and physical exercise." be-xnall-rou- nd - pike (Dixie Highway.) Long frontage on pike. A number of beautiful building sites? Will be subdivided and sold to the high" dollar in a number of tracts some 2:acre tracts, tracts, 10 to tracts. But remember I always sell to suit the purchasers and you can buj just the number of acres you want. Buy this land for a home, for investment or specany way you handle it. Reulation. A money-make- r member Swinebroad ALWAYS SELLS. Attend this sale and see how he does it. A square deal to everybody. or limit. Look at this Will be sold without reserve, d land is all I ask. It speaks for itself. It will appeal to you. Remember the date. It will be sold on easy terms. 5-acre LOCATIONOne mile from Richmond on Bitr Hill 25-ac- re by-bi- SWINEBROAD, Lancaster, Kentucky The Real Estate Man "New York Styles America Monroe Clothes New York" (Continued NEWS REVIEW tram Ttgt Six) nationalist forces. French" are reported to have dampened the ardor of the nationalists In Svrln and Olllrla. The Itrltlsb have fortified Ismld. The French are marching through Hilda to the relief lenns at Alntah and Urfa. A move and unlucky If we don't. Of cpeclnl bearing on the case of Armenia nnd other minority peoples who have been under Turkish rule Is the declaration of the council of the League of that It will gunranteo clauses In the Turkish peace treaty providing for mithe protection of nil Nn-tlo- norities. (2:27-:M)- . This fearful visitation up- on Kll'x bouse was due to the sins of Ills sons. lie was held accountable for not restraining them. Parental laxity Is most cruel. There Is an age In which children may be restrained, but when passed over the power to restrain goes wllli It. V. Samuel Established in the Pro. phetic Office "And Samuel grew, and tlio Lord wuh with him, and did let uouo of bis And all words full to the ground. Israel, from Dan even to lleorsbebn knew that Samuel was established to be ii prophet of the Lord." This Is u verlllcatlon of the saying "lllm Hint honors me I will honor." Little did Hannah realize that the boy who hud been given In answer to her prayer would one day become the bead of the This now position brought nation. great danger to lire boy, but the (iod n who raised lilin up was able to lilin. :i:U-'M)bus-thi- No ono can do It world Is waiting. without muiio kind of faith. It Is a venture of triumphant faith. Tlio great believers have been the unwearied waiters; faith meant to them, not controversial opinion, but sustaining power. Dr. Harry Kmurson Fosdlck. Faith and Waiting. The most dilllciilt business In the Ten years of fighting seem not to ment Is under way to place lf0.P00 have diminished the Mexlcnn gluttony 1'urks, loyal to the sultan, at the dis position of the llrlllsh forces and un for strife. With rebellions on every der command of llrltish oillcers. Tho hand and the Cnrrnnzn regime holdFrench hao railroad ing power only because It seemed to rommuulcntlnn between Adann and bo the most strongly organized body, AlepiMi. Probably 2.IKX) refugees will while no two of the others could combine effectively against It. n new elebo removed from Adann to Cypress. ment now- enters the situation In the A disturbed condition exists from form of secession. Sonnrn, tho norththe western borders of Turkey straight western border stnto with east for 'J.fiOO miles to the western approximately 77,000 squnro nn nren of miles and of China. In the Caucasus border rich In gold, silver, lead, copper ind Is strong. A dtsipiletlng situhnvlng other resources, less ation has arisen ut llatoum where tho 'than .100,000 people, but announced Its has CicorglauH who have been opposing alwithdrawn! from tlio republied occupation, threaten to Join the lic Ily proclamation tho republic of boNhevlkl and tako over the whole Sonorn Is established, said proclamaregion. Armenian mobilization ha tion being Issued by (Jen. I'. Kilns posbeen ordered In preparation for n Cnlles, commander In cble of tho sible campaign against the Tartars military forces. Tho federals nro rennd Azerbaijanese over disputed ter ported organizing for suppression of ritory. Warlike Kurds, relieved of the rebels. Other Mexlcnn states may Itusslan restraint, come down from Join the movement but whether or not tho north and attack ami pllluge Ar they do, Is not likely to change afmenian settlements frequently. fairs much br either Increase- or diminThe council of the League of Na ish disturbed conditions In the countions Is seeking n guardian for Artry. A new alignment of factions mny may be somewhat dlf-- occur, but tho whole Incident tnkes on menia. That It rellcuit to llnd Is evidenced by the the character of a diverting high light port of the American military mission In n strenuous presidential campaign to Armenia bended by (leu. (I. (1. I larbeing waged In the. country. board. The report recently made pul- - ppearance First f you go in in society first impressions count most. Monroe Clothes capture the interest of the most critical eye and never fail to leave a lastingly favorable impression. Five hundred thousand New York men wear MonroeClothes wear more of them than any WHEREVER He slates that any country accepting the Armenian mandate will require an good-size- Like Our Shadows. Falso friends are like our shadows, keeping close to us while we walk In the sunshine, but leaving us tho Instant we cms- - Into the shade. fleet nrmy of fifl.OOO men, u of unval vessels and an outlay of $757,000,000 during the next flvo years. he mission demonstrated Its com plete neutrality by enumerating 13 reasons for accepting tho mandate nnd 13 reasons ngiilnst .acceptance, rather Implying In tho slgnlllrnnco of tho ''.yi'.rttl". (bat It In unlucky If wc do Three Killed and Ope Is Injured. Terro Haute, Ind. Three women killed Instantly and one girl was Injured instiintl) and one girl was In. Jured fitfully when an uulomobllo In which they wort riding wns struck by nil eastbouud lllg Four passenger train ut u crossing In lliiruett, Ind., 15 miles northeast o Terro Haute. other kind. takable allegiance to Monroe Clothes, points the way to quick favorable impression. See our new Spring and Summer Monroe Styles. Note the fine curve of body gracing line the high arm pit coat, which gives style tone and comfort to modern American attire. These and other exclusive New York, through its unmis Monroe features tionally moderate prices. at excep- WELCH'S DEPT. STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN April WEEK PROCLAMATION 22, 1920. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No eoiTM!ond!w puMUhed U not for publication, but unli n r)Jnf linrd In full by th of o1 wrttr. faith. The nm Writ plalnlr. Ililey son, who has fever, is some County News belter s nt present. Gilbert Reynolds has been sick, but is some better McKeo now. Mrs. J. F. Ilobcrls hafc been very sick, hut is a little better. McKoe, Apr. 19, Married, Saturday, April 17lli. Miss Ellen Hailcy, The farmers nro very backward daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Hill Hai- about their farming on account of The writer hardly lcy, of Hurley, In Hen Onboard of cohl weather. this place. May Joy and happiness thinks fruit Is all killed here. Irish Horn, to nolatoes are very scarco here, and Ihj theirs all through life Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sandlin, last Sun- bring SUM) n bushel; corn $2.00 day, n line girl. Mrs. Sandlin, who Ilemi ar meeting nt Hat Top (no Panola has been seriously ill, is Improving. second Sunday in each month. All Panola, April 20, C. I. Ogg and Born, lo Mrs. George Oabbard, come. Jake Ford is visiting Ins the llev. W. B. llix motored to this April 10th, a girl. Thcro will bo brother, Henry Ford. place Sunday. The Row llix lilted an abundant peach crop in this part his appointment with nn unusually of (ho county unless they aro ROCKCASTLE CODNTT lino sermon, nnd Mr. Ogg spent th killed later on. Mr. and Mrs. Ike day with tho family of his brother Johnetta Hays, who have made (heir homo C. M. Ilawlings at Idlo Wild Lois of rain Johnetla. April 12. In McKeo for several years, left for still bold the farmers back with Form. H. W. Hart and Mr. nnd Mrs thoir home in Ohio last Monday. at James Drew, who L. It. Hart, after Snbbnth-schotheir plowing. I). 0. Collier is visiting relatives in ill or somo time, is better. Herea, motored lo this placo and has been Wni. Farmer, London this week. were dinner nnd afternoon guests 0. W. Drew i$ very poorly. from Borea, is calling on (ho mer- Casper Lake, or Hamilton, u is of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ilawlings. chants at this place. IU M. Ward, visiting his grandfather, James Mrs. Mollie Cox nnd sons, Ralph, County Clerk, and family havo Drew. Tho smallpox is raging Clydo and Hurnam. spent Sunday moved to their farm on Mauldon. through this section. IJ; 0. Clark's with the family of Uncle Charley John Fowler will tako charge of family havo this disease. Cox. Walter Lakes hns purchased tho ofllec during Mr. Ward's abtho farm of Sant Lakes, for a con sence..!. K. Sparks has tho consideration of $1,200. Jim Willh COUNTY MADISON tract to carry the mail from McKeo Marcum nnd Lewis Marcum, of Wallaceton to Livingston. Ho will begin carEliza Jackson County havo on option on rying the first of July. HobcrtSox- - Wallaccton, Apr. 19. Mrs. Wal- the farm of 0. C Carr, ton and wife, from Annville, havo Todd died nt her homo near laceton. Saturday night, April 17. at $150 per aero until sometime this moved to McKce. They occupy tho fall. Friends and relatives were house which was vacated by Mr. She had been in bed only four days. sorry to hear of tho death of Joseph She leaves four daughters, live Truitt. Mr. and .Mrs. Hcnse Hrum-hac- k, ld Dudley HunU tho son from Gray Hawk, nro visiting sons, a host of grandchildren and of Mrs. Hurley Hunt, of Franklin, friends. Mrs. Todd was past eighty Mr. Hrumback's sister, Mrs. SandOhio. He was crossing a pond on lin, who is sick. Charlie Lainhart, years of ago. Her husband, W. L. a plank nnd fell in nnd was Todd, died about three years ago. from Crcstmont, is visiting his pardrowned. ents, Mr. and Mrs, Tyra Lainhart. Miss Fanny Kidd is home from tho hospital and is getting along nicely Mr. and Mrs. Claud Malicolc, who Harts Settlement .Mrs. Ed. Balhas been in Dayton. 0., for several after her operation, Harts Settlement, Apr. 19. Our months, "have returned and will lard is very ill at her home with farmers meeting will bo hold Sat tuberculosis of lungs and bowels. make their homo at Hurley. SupL Rural School Bow-li- n urday night at the 11. F. Mintcr and Mrs. Mintcr, who Misses Dora Gentry and Clara spent Wednesday of last week building. Our club members will havo bad tho Hu, arc convalescing. bo all present; nlso County Agent Mrs. Fannie Sparks visited her with Mrs. A. J. Kidd. Miss Lucy Spenco. Everyono como out nnd Kidd was Visiting her brother, daughter, Mrs. Maud Carr, at Sand take a part in the farmers meeting Gap, ono day last week. Mrs. Julia Claude, of Conway, last week. Mr. and have an enjoyable lime. Mrs. Holcomb is visiting her daughtors, and Mrs. Ed. Wallace aro spending J. K. Hammond, of Disputants, visweek-en- d with the latter's parMrs. Flannery and Mrs. Hignito in the ents, of Woodstock, Ky. Mr. and ited her father, J. W. Lake, last Madison county. School at tho Mcspent week. Miss Turner, of Crab . OrKeo Academy will close May Cth Mrs. Claude Kidd, of Conway, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. chard, visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. with a nico entertainment. Gadd, of Wallaco-to- n, Kidd. Litllo Ilobcrt Elkin, of Waco, Riddle. Walter spent Sunday with his brother, has been visiting his grandmother. Herd II. E. Gadd. Miss Kato Lake was Mrs. R. W. Elkin, the last week. Herd, April 17. Gonley Flancry, pleasantly entertained by Mrs. A.B. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, jof Copper , who has been with folks for a few Creek, havo moved on John Mitch- Strong Saturday evening. Mrs. Critt I days, relurned to Louisville. Ky Wa Robinson was at T. J. Coylo's Sunell's placo near Wallaceton. this morning. E. B. Flanery made day. Little Eddio Robert, tho son aro glad to welcome such good a business trip to Bond today. of Sam Robinson, has been very sick neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Farmer, of Gray with tonsilitis, but is better. Wo Hawk, were visiting Mr. Farmer's are having ono of the best Sunday-schoo- ls Big Hill parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farin Madison county. Last Big Hill, Apr. 19. Farmers arc Sunday we had sixty-tw- o mer last Saturday and Sunday. present. James Cook, who has been sick so making a good start towards their Richard Golden long, died a few days ago. Wo give crops this year. SLATE LICK MEETING our greatest sympathy to tho be- has purchased a farm near Herea An open air meeting was held at reaved ones. Hobert Farmer, who and has moved to it. County Agent Slate Lick last Sunday on tho beauhas been sick with flu, is able to bo Spenco organized the Big Hill Jun- tiful knoll overlooking tho sulphur ior Agriculture Club at Philip Hayes' spring on the farm of Mr. Penningout again. April 9. The following officers were ton. Elder W. J. Hudspeth preached elected for tho coming' year: local a gospel sermon and the servico was Gray Hawk P' leader, Miss Lucy Hayes; president, followed by a season of social inApril "15, 1920. Jack Frost came Miss Elsio Wilson; vico president, nmong tho pcoplo while in earnest last night and took all Reo Abram3; secretary and treas- tercourse the children were entertained by lUn peaches, it seems. Moro oats urer, Miss Lizzio Parker. Thcro games by ono of the than common are being sown hero was a good attendance of members. stories and year. Abel Gabbard, tho popu- All aro planning for crops and set- visitors'. About fifty pcoplo were this present including thoso who went lar drummer of Goochland, and ting R. I. R. eggs. Miss Ersio Laws from Herea. Frank Morris, of tho Eversole Co, played tho guitar and Taylor Laws It is planned (o continue the Suncalled on J. B. Bingham Tuesday tho banjo after tho business was day afternoon meetings all through night. P. M. Begloy is visiting his transacted. Tho Club will meet the summer. A platform and seats father, J. H. fiegley, for a few days once a month. A new schoolhouse are being to nccommodato a this week. Tho Hu is subsiding is to bo built on Ben Boon's farm good sized built crowd. In case of rain hero now. Only a few deaths havo at Big Hill, i Mot Knob and Narrow-Ga- Mr. Pennington will givo tho uso resulted from it this year. Dr. schools havo been consolidated. of his houso nnd tho services may Godby is having lots of work dono A nico building is to bo built and a go on without interruption. Aron the hospital grounds. Ho is put- largo play ground is to bo made. rangements nro in tho hands of a ting up a now fence and digging Big Hill pcoplo aro planning for tho local committco and they aro being somo ditches. This adds much to benefit and good of tho community. assisted by members of the) Red tho good appearance of tho place. Cross training course in Borea. Misses Dora House and Maudo Blue Lick Coldiron visited Miss Lola Bingham Blue Lick, Apr. 18. Mr. and Mra. Civil War Bred Colonel. Tuesday night and enjoyed tho even- Lloyd Pjowell visited relatives at The distinguished murk that came ing making chocolato candy. Mra. Kcrby Knob Saturday. Frank out of the civil wur wus tho military Mary Bingham has taken tho ld Campbell had a pleasant and enjoy-ab- lo title nggranrilzcU. Men who entered child of Hector Johnson rook party Saturday evening. (he army as privates enmu out as cap-tuland those who went In as ofllcers and will caro for it for ono year. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Powell were Mrs. Johnson is not in condition to visitors at Frank Campboll's Satur- came out as colonels or generals. A great many of these titles were self care for It. day night. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Main- - conferred, If we aro to hcllovo the conFlanncry's fidential tales of the comrades of the .ous wcro visitors at T. J. Sunday ovening. Mrs. Hello Tcrrill recipients of these titles, but also a Carico Carico. Apr. 19. Bro. James Luns-fo- rd is critically ill at present. Her great many of them wero conferred as failed to fulfill his appoint- children havo been summoned to hruvets In a regular way and remained ment Saturday and Sunday. Tho her bedside. John Tcrrill, whoso as the official title of the soldier conweather has warmed up at last, homo is in Indiana, is here. Mrs. cerned, even though he may never havo Mrs. Ed. Itoberts writes alio is com- Jasper Maupin, of Versailles, is with exercised the actuul authority his rank Implied. ing homo for an operation. Henry her mother A very interesting Jackson our Lucy Johnson, the nppoinled leader, read t ho parable of tho Two Sons. Mr. Honher, a student from Herea, then gave nn Inspiring nnd nblo cxposi- I ion of tho subject. Next week our leader will ho Mrs. Lloyd PoweP Her subject will bo "How lo make Our Prov. 3: life greal." Sunday-schois booming now af ler the lethargic, hlhernallng sea son caused by sickness, bad roads and weather conditions. Under the leadership of efficient teachers and Irained singers from Herea College we hope to establish a basis of good fellowship and cooperation in the good workz-tha- t will bo permanent for all lime. was rendered at program CLEAN-U- P prayer meeting la..t week. TION By the State Board of Health WHEREAS', tho winter's accumu- ol in-la- w, ol 100-ac- ro four-year-o- lation of decaying filth and refuse In nlteys nnd streets of cities nnd towns, nnd especially in and about Iho back promise of almost all homes, rich and poor, In clllcs, towns nnd country districts, le nn nnnunlly recurring menace lo the health, life nnd comfort y, of tho entiro population of which enslly nnd Inexpensively onn bo hauled awny and spread upon gnrdeai and farnu where II Is much needed, If nil classes of the people Will lend a band in I he work, now, THEREFORE, be It known that the State Hoard of Health, by virtue of authority vested In It by law, hereby joins tho Slate Federation of Women's Clubs in designating and proclaiming tho period from April 2Uh to Mny 2nd as this to include g, liming and for every homo In Kentucky; nnd in Ibis health and life saving work Iho Board earnestly appeals for the full and actlvo cooperation for Iho cnllro week of nil city and county oflleinls. day and Sunday-scho- ol teachers and pupils Ihelr duly to begin with the schoolhouso nnd grounds, so as to make them models for the community preachers and their church members, women's clubs, Red Cross chapters, newspapers, and every fnmily, and especially asking cily and town officials and heads of families lo furnish learns and tho heavy labor necessary in hauling off the refuse which, with (his encouragement, tho women nnd children can Jie relied upon to collect nt accessible places; and the Board urges that the prcjs. women' .club, elergy and teachers give this proclamation such publicity as will make it effective, with the plea that the cleanup be repeated monthly until cold weather sets in next fall, except thai it bo weekly ns lo tho manure in nil stables where horse are kept in order to put an end to the breeding of flics. GIVEN UNDER 0111 HANDS and the Seal of tho Board this 20lh day of April. 1920. (Seal) John G. Soutb, con-sliluKen-luck"Clean-Up-Weewhite-washinM.D-Preside- Student Nurses Wanted! years' course of instruction which leads to graduation. The graduates from this institution are eligible for examination by the State Board of Nurses' Examiners, and for registration. The course of training and study fulfills all the requirements of the laws of the State. Applicants must have completed the Eighth Grade ana one year's High School, or its equivalent. Uniforms and text books are furnished by the Institution without cost to the students. Students are also given board and lodging and necessary laundry of uniforms. Each student nurse also receives an allowance of $120 per year fbr her necessary expenses. This allowance is given in monthly installments of $10 each. Plans are under way for additional building that will double the present capacity of the Institution for caring for patients and training nurses. Places are now open for ten more young women who desire to take up the work. For particulars address Ida M. Jones, R. N Superintendent The Robinson Hospital (inc.) and Training School for Nurses, at Berea, Ky., offers a three jge In Paint It nalnt Otlld hit gold at SO Trmrk nmmi-- n vnrrl A. T. McCormack. M. D, Secretary. WORLD (Continued of covering, this would quickly show why a gallon of Hanna's Green Seal U more economical than "cheap" paint Add to this Green Seal's longer service, and new light Is shed on the question "Which paint la cheapest7" Yon need a trustworthy paint on your property. Ons that gives the maximum of covering protection and beauty. The exact formula appears on every package of Green Seal Paint. NEWS From Pig On) Italy, Mr. Johnson, has had occasion to feel tho strikes in that country. His whereabouts is not known to our State. Department as ho has been marooned in some place, away from his oflloial location. Although somo fcara in regard to his safety aro expressed by tho papers thero does not seem to bo ground for anxiety. Diplomats to a foreign country aro under especial protection as any injury would result in serious consequences. SOLD kVV ARNETT BROTHERS Main Street Berea, Kentucky KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from pago ono) Mlddlesbnro, Ky.. April 17. The situation in thtl South East Kentucky field and in East Tennessee is so acute industries will have In close down in two weeks unless tbere is relief from car shortage. fi el cither Eg 1? llf -- yrould sharks from n fire on side: ignite your roof? stand letwccn DOES nnd danger or n p ijoirrsolf Do ;- -f place C'nrey Roll Roofings nnd Asfnll.slnto Shingles in Class "("' approved for lowest insurance rntes. expensive, easy to lay nnd Insurance companies They nrc spark-proo- f, in- j Tv very durable. 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The original meaning of grange was what Is expressed by Uie old Latin name, grunum, meunlng either the farm attached to a middle age monastery or the granury or building where grain was kept In store. In Lincolnshire and other northern counties of Kngland a lone farm came to be called a grunge, und many farms are In England today. The bouse and outbuilding of these lone farms or granges of the middle ages were usually surrounded by a moat, a work of defense against raiders; and although out of use many of these moats or huse ditches still exist. P Cmm uwn to M CO. ed 0POH A1SO LOUUVHXJS.KY. Maoufactmiara INC Welck'i Dept. Store Berea, Ky. from a limb and the caterpillars crawl The 811k Fahlon In India. There ure 1.000.000 people In India Into It. and are moved to another tree. engtiged In the production of silk. Cat- Tnsar, or tussore silk, comes from erpillars nnd moths of the mulberry Chlnn and Japan. Muga silk Is product of Assam, lirl silk comes silk Industry of India are entirely creatures. The Indiana col- from caterpillars which feed on the lect the cocoons ipun by caterpillars castor oil plant. Krl silk Is of great and allow them to hutch. The females value In India, because It Is the only uro kept until they lay eggs, and when silk that can bo spun from cocoons the caterpillars are large enough they without killing the Insects In the coare placed on trees' to feed. When a coons, and Is therefore the only silk tree Is stripped a piece of cloth Is bung that can be worn by a strict Hindu, to whom the taklug of life is forbidden.