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A'y Vol. XXI l'ie Cents Per Copy Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie HI. UFA. M VDISON The Citizen 3o-u.nteLir- L 13, 1920 People PROTEST Our Threefold Aim: To glvo llio news of Dcrea and vicinity; to record tho happenings of Uorea College; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain Pcoplo. COUNTY, KENT! CKY. MAY One Dollar and Fifty Cents a Year No. 40. "I Want to Be a Farmer" Berea has had as its guests during the past week some of the most important men and women in the country. The United States Government arranged for this Rural Conference and we have heard rural life discussed from every point of view. Life in the country is certainly the life to be desired. All the rich men have their country homes in which they spend as much time as possible and the new improvements make a man in the country far better of! than his grandfather was. With good roads and automobiles the farmer has all the benefits of the town in easy reach without giving up the benefits of the country, and with improved stock and better seed and right kind of fertilizer his hardships grow less and his income greater. The country father and mother have the companionship of their children as city people never can, and the man or woman who lives in the country can be his own bossl National Conference on Rural Education! : i PACKERS WorHNews rop-nrali- MANY NOTED EDUCATORS ATTEND President Frost Gaye the Key Note "The Greatest Equipment for a Teacher ii a Dirine Call" "Stealing Flowers" One of our neighbors had a yard full of carefully cultivated flowers; and in one night every flower was stolen! Now if there is anything that is mean and criminal it is stealing. Stealing is done secretly; it is getting something which is not worked for or paid for; and it is taking away from another that which they have earned and prize and need. And yet here is a thief who loves flowers. It shows that a person may be "nice" in many ways and still be a knave. Many people seem to suppose that because they are fond of music or fond of (lowers or because they dress well and have good manners and are "nice" they are all right. The only one who is "all right" is the man or woman who would scorn to lie or steal. and their ancestors have been civilized and Christians for 300 years; that the population, according to the census of 1913, Is only 500,000, and evn these are no't all uncivilized. Another fancy Is that not until the coming of tho Americans were school bijlldlngs seen lu tho Islnnds, ronds built, or substantial houses erected Do you know Uiat for hundreds of years the Filipinos have had colleges and schools and that the University of years Santo Tomas Is only twenty-fiv- e older than Harvard? That as early as I8t5, out of a population of 4,000.000 people, there were 811 schools for boys and &t3 for girls That In 189 A eight years before the coming of there were 2,1.17 schools! to Luzon "To grant under Agulnaldo would be like granting to an Apnrhe reservation under somo local chief." Thus spoko a former 1'resldcnt of tho United States during tho war. Hxaggerntlon could bo an excuse ttt n tlmo when tho dignity of the American people demanded the extinction of Filipino opposition, but do you know that the Philippine Itepubllc, before the American occuiwitlon of the Islands, had the approval of prominent Americans who were on the spot like John llnrrett. Director of the Union, who compared It favorably with tho Japanese government? That Ad mini I Dewey considered the Filipinos better fitted for tliun tho Cubons? That they had drafted a constitution at Malalos which elicited tho approval of distinguished Kepub-Mean- s like the late Senator George F. Hoar? That before the coming of the Americans they had produced national heroes like the martyred Jose Itlzal, pronounced by n Republican congressman, Representative Cooper, as the noblest victim that has over fallen Into Uie clutches of tyranny? And do you know that Uie Filipinos havo not had for hundreds of yenrsnny caste system, blood distinction or royal families, and that, unltko their oriental sisters, they nru tho only Christian peo-pl- o In tho orient? I'eoplo have pictured an Ignorant mass of Filipinos, Illiterate, poor, living a life of servitude for a few wealthy land owners and foreigners, with no houses or farms or property of their own. Do you know that 70 per cent, of tho people above ten years of age can read and wrlto and Uiat this percentage of literacy Is almost ns high as some of tho states of the Union? That It Is higher than In nny country of South America, higher than tho literacy of the Spanish people, and unquestionably above that of any of tho new countries recognized In Eurojm? Do you know Hint there are a million unil a half farms lu the Philippines and that 00 per cent, of these farms are owned by Filipinos. In other words, that out of the 11,000,000 Christian Filipinos, 8,000,000 of them at least lte on thulr owu farms, with tioui.es of their own, Independent of any abseutce laudlord or foreign muster? That 01 per cent, of the urban property consisting of houses and lands Is owned by the natives of the Philippines, and only 0 per cent Is lu the hands of foreigners? Yet these are facts cabled by Acting Governor Charles Emmett Veil-le- r to tho War Depurtmeut from Uie went census ostlmutcs. Having solemnly promised tho Filipinos tholr independence aud having gone before the world as the champion of the Filipino people cauuot uuderstnnd how America can consistently refuse to make good theso promises. Klllplno-Amcrlran SOME FACTS AND FANCIES ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES There Has Been Much Misrepresentation in America About People and Conditions. JW l v. By MAXIMO M. KALAW, of the Philippine Mission. A certnln lady at the St. Louis 8ccrcUry man In fault, loss evening dress anil accosted htm with tlio Inquiry. "1 suppose you are brown F.xposltlon mw at a ballroom a complex-loned Japnnese, slrl" adThe man dressed re p I led. 'No, nudum." "Then you must tie Chinese," she Maximo M. Kalaw. said. "No, I am not I am a Filipino," ho replied. "How's that J" asked tho lady, "I thought they were all savaccs living In tho woods." "Well, I'll tell you how 1 came here," ho said. "A mouth before I left the I'lilllpplnes I was living lu the woods, but tho American Governor decided to catch as many wild men as possible, train them and send them over here. So here I am, Just as you see." And Uio St Louis lady actually believed him. That Is what you would call fancies The fact Is, about the I'lilllpplnes. bowovcr, Uiat the 11,000,000 Filipinos uMtr MICKIE SAYS fRMSt AW W FUOVA TVV COUUTSN -sroB.e.vtooM-OM'-mft.- rue fO TVV STORE IP TUCNUt JUT - OF TlV HOKAC PAPER, A CAtt V ADVJtR- 0RECTOH The lltiral Education Confer eauso was discovered it was somo ence has passed Into lilslory. Tho physical defect. Greater attention four days of Information and in must he given to tills. I'hvsical spiration are at an end. Tho dole education is being introduced more gates have gone hack to their work and more with gratifying results, with new determination to over- vriii' use of music was ctnpha- come the difficulties and meet tho sized (hruoul the sessions. Its needs. Ilereans will go ahoul their valuo was stated and demonstrated Newspaper Union News Strvlfta. tasks ii tul tlie preparation for in a most excellent way by Miss iVt.rn Washington. A suggestion has been Protesting against the their tasks willi higher hopes and Margaret M. Streoter, of Camden, enactment of u bill futroduccd by Sen- the establishing or some made for 'form or greater confidence. Each came N. J who showed the possibilities ator Asle .1. Croiiuu, ot North Dakota, international currency that might willi a desire to learn and to con of (lie vielrola in tlio rural schools. to form n Federal Livestock Commis- be used in the settlement or baltribute, if possible, a little out of his Hy Ibis means a right appreciation sion, on the ground that such legisla- ances for international trade. Each tion would be dangerous class legislaexperience to the success of tho of music may be given. Slusio has mill "contrary tn the principles of country would still retain its own conference. And Ihese days have a disciplinary effect, as well as af tion free vnvoriiinent." more than '.'() park- internal currency, but the new isbeen truly great days. Tin's ex fording culture and pleasure. As ing com piinles sent- to each Senator a sues would facilitate trade and change of thoughts and Ideas has music in the war had a large part letter stating that Senator (Irounu's would avoid some of the difficulties been prolllable for all, and will bo In keeping up tho morale of the bill would Injure tho packing Industry. connected with the variations in ; so will it he helpful In the The (ironna bill provides for the ap exchange which fruitful of untold good. effect the financial pointment of a commission of three It will bo impossible for us to school. It is needed in our pro The members at a siilur) of .$10,000 each, affairs of different countries. give even the barest outline of all gram for Americanization, to be known us the Federal Livestock suggestion is not now but the splendid speeches that were j Great Interest in the Model School Commission, empowered at any time to is emphasized ' by present the need condic , can only touch a taught by Mr. A. D. Strong south of require the .iltenilnuru mid testimony tions. inane. few and try to sum up some of the Ilerea was manifested, and quite a of witnesses and the production of all many points which were brought number of tho delegates visited books, papers, records and correspondIt is reported that England has this very interesting place. Its ence relating to the packing business. out. .The Institute of American Mean authorized tho appointment of' a Saturday afternoon was devoted successful operation was frequently to addresses of welcome and re referred to during the sessions of Puckers, as the representative of the diplomatic" representative at Wash"big live" packing concerns ami almost ington sponses, and to getting acquainted, tho conference. from Canada. He is to havo L'OO smaller concerns, points out In Its I he Hon. A. O. Thomas, 9tate super.The consolidated school as a so- open letter to the Senate that the full power in handling relations beintendent of public instruction of lution to many problems was dis- enactment of the Uronna hill "const! tween the United Slates and Canada Maine, presided at this session. In cussed by a number of speakers, lutes un attempt, by special legisla and in case England's ambassador his introductory remarks be said bill at greatest lcngllt hy County tion, to impoe burdens lind restric is unable to act be will tako his that the new definition of teaching Superintendent W. S. Fogarty, tions upon one class of business enter place in representing tho home is "helping the student to do better ljreblc county, Ohio, where he has prise from which nil others remain country. This comes as a high tribfree." The letter nlso declares that ute to tlio eighty-on- e the desirable things of life which centralized confidence England has nn unnecessary overlapping of the lie will do aftcrwhile." schools in his county with remark in her great colony, business of a number of governmental To the great regret of nil present able success. The results have been agencies would result from the forma- and it will be a help to tho United President Frost was unable to be a larger attendance, a larger enrol tion of the commission. Packers stnte States. present and give tho address of wcl ment, better teachers, belter leach that their reason for circularizing the come, but he sent bis message and ing, in more branches, a very large Senate with an open letter was that The Soviet government or Russia they had no opportunity to analyze or it was read by Dr. Raymond", the increase in tho number of lug! discuss the bill with the Commission has given an order to absorb all coVice President of the College. (Wo school scholars, and ministering to on Agriculture Forestry, which re- operative societies managed and publish it in full on pago G.) In the whole community by making ported the bill and the to Senate. controlled- - by Russians in other Ih absence of Slate Stipt. Colvin, the school the community center. 1 Mr. Jas. M. Speed, Kentucky Editor Poor roads are a very great bin Royal Guests of Switzerland Must Go. countries. Such societies exist in or (be Southern Agriculturist, wcl- - drance to the rural schools, and es London. Switzerland Is about to London, New York and other places. expel the various royal refugees who If is believed to be an effort to InVery romed the visitors to tho State. Mr. pecially in consolidation. 0. E. Hubbs, Assistant to the State ofli,'n the roads mdst be improved have found asylum within her borders. crease the resources or tho governSuperintendent of West Virginia. More, the schools can bo- greatly A diplomatic source from which tills ment which are reported to be foilJnforiryitlon wjis obtained says the ing short. It involves tho quostion. ami Mate supt. i k. McUlennanan, royal exiles nre Keeping away thouIowa, responded fo tho welcome. Sunday was an important day in sands of "regular" visitors from the however, or allowing Russia to exof tend her control over the affairs of It was univensally agreed that the conference. The delegates had allied countries. Former Krnperor her people in oilier countries. It is the problems of tho rural schools the privilege of seeing the Sunday- - Charles of Austria, former Kings not likely that such control will bo of Greece, and I.udwlg, of were many and very dilllcult of so school of the Union Church as a and n number of minor princes admitted either in England or tho Miss Robi lution and in (lie greater number model Sunday-schoo- l. of caes solutions were yet want son, or Pennsylvania, a Sunday- - and their retinues are not what might United States. be called "paying guests." On the ing. The conditions in places aro school expert who had been here contrary, they all practice rigid econdeplorable. Hut no one seemed dis- tho greater part of tho week to ar- omy. Another objection on the part Reports seem to indicate that couraged. There was a general de- range for this part of the program of Switzerland Is that most of her China and Russia havo made an terminate to keep at the task and was so well pleased with the school royal guests continually are engaged agreement by which trade may bo as she found it under tho direction In Intrigues for their restoration. solvo every question. carried on between them. As in tho large number of defects were of Prof. Lewis that witli a few sugcase of other countries this does Floods in the South. discussed, remedies suggested and gestions from her it was used in not carry with it any recognition .Memphis. Continued rains over the in many cases stories (old of their its usual procedure with Prof. of the Soviet form or government. Lewis as superintendent to demon Southern hardwood producing regloa With so general an opening up or solution in certain places. Increased the dllliculties of logging opThe teacher was thoroly dis- strato to tlio delegates a model Sun erations and prolonged the period of trade conditions, Russia ought to cussed. A very large per cent of curtailed production. While ruin was improve. Thero nro indications At 11:0(1 a. m. Dr. Warren II. Wit fulling almost dully through the Mis- that industrial conditions are not tho teachers thruotit tho country were poorly equipped for their son, of the Presbyterian Homo Mis sissippi valley, the Mississippi river good and that difficulty is being work. The requirements for cer- sion Hoard, spoke on the rural was climbing to its crest of :iS." feet found in getting tho people to work. tificates were quite different in the church. He used as a foundation of ut Memphis. Thus the water In the Mississeveral states. Indiana seemed to his address the story or Elijah and hardwood forests of Arkansas, higher. sippi and Louisiana creeps Lord Cecil, of England, is conhave the highest requirements. Most tho widow with tho oil and meal. Scores of hardwood mills are still out of the states are moving toward tho Ho said that our land is widowed of commission, with little prospects of cerned witli the aggressive move requirement of a completo high or its forests, its cattle, its land early resumption of operation. It Is that tho Poles havo been making school course and at least ono year owners, and its children. Ho showed hardly probable that production will into Russian territory. Their sucor normal training. Ono speaker tho importance of tlio restoration approach normal before the middle of cesses arc giving much concern to tho authorities and it is said that believed that moro money might or these and the importanco and June or the first of July. Trotzky, the associate witli Lenino be profitably put into equipping place ot tho church in connection with them. Tho service or rood is Great Ohio Waterway Being Pressed. in power, is himself present on tho teachers and less into buildings. Washington. The project a field. The question has been raised The salaries of teachers were tho greatest servico in tbo world. waterway connecting the Great for Lakes found to ho very low. This has Prayer must bo applied to tho so- with the Ohio River and crossing the whether or no this may not.be condriven many out of tho profession lution or this question. Ho spo!:o state of Ohio has received a boost In sidered a fit subject for tho Leaguo the shape of a favorable report from of Nations to fake up. and kept others who were capable again in the afternoon. On Sunday evening tbo survey the House Committee on Railways and from entering. In practically all the states represented the salaries that is being mado by tho Intcr- - Cunals on the resolution of Much attention is given during Thompson, of Deare boing raised by legislative en- eburch World Movement was briel-l- y fiance, O.,Charles J. on calling the Secretary tho week in the press to tho situapresented. Tho need or a trained of Commerco to report to tho House tion in Mexico. actment. It seems apparent Somo teachers havo been ashamed ministry and moro religious work of Representatives the cost of trans- that tho government of Carranza was clearly shown. This address portation of coul by cunuls ami other has fallen and of tlio profession and failed to sco that tho President that its importanco gives it dignity. was rollowed by tho story or Row navigable waters within continental has been obliged to fleo and is probd And it often occurs that tho teach Henry A. Stroup, or Rosebud, Ark. United States as compared with ably at present a prisoner. Tltn rates on coal. ers nro of two classes, tho ono of He went into this town fifteen miles prime mover in the new revolution old men and women who havo not from a railroad and back in tho is General Obregon, a former mem kept up with tho profession, and mountains and after a long fight Frank Carter Killed in Auto Crash. ber or Carranza's Cabinet, and Cumberland, Mil. Frank Carter, of a tho other of young teachers who succeeded in securing an New York, who took the Juvenile lead man or much strength. Ho has al school which has transrormcd lu the musical comedy, aro using it as a stepping-ston- o to was ways shown a good disposition to something else. Very few compar- the community. Instantly killed when a new $10,000 ward, tlio United States, and it is be hud bought for bis wife said Americans aro foring Tho conrerenco was in ohargo or atively tako it up as a lifo work. better in Thero is also an alarmingly great Dr. J. L. Mollrien, Director or Rural crushed Into a bank on the National tho sections under control of the or United States Bureau pike, near Grautsvllle, Md. shortago of teachers. Many schools Extension revolutionists than under the legithave been closed during tho past or Education. Ho injeoted life and Head-OCrash of Electric Trains. imate government. year because no teachers could bo ontbusiasni into every part of tho Portland, Ore. Eight persons worn obtained for thoni. And the pros- conference killed outright uml seventy others InTho Pope at Rome has undor conTlio visitors woro dooply Im- jured, seven bcrlously, when two elecpect for tho coming year looks oven pressed with the greatness or Boroa tric trains on the Southern Pucltlc sideration the establishment of Berworso. Tho pupil was oonsidored from Collego and tlio remarkable work Railroad collided head on ut Ilcrtha lin ns an nrchepisoopal sec of tho every angle. Ills training and de- that has been douo hero for tho Station, 10 miles west of here. All Cat hoi ie Church. This has como as the dead uiounlain students. At 'luncheon vicinity. and Injured were from this a result of a roqiiost for somo such velopment Is the. reason for tho The accident was duo to dis- action. Germany has considerable on Monday Dr. Raymond was asked regard of of tho soliool. To secure orders by Uie crew of tbo regular nttondanco and to compel to tell of tho growth dud purpose Incoming train, according to G. W. Catholic population, but tho north nil to nttond soliool is a groat prob- or tho institution, which he did in Martin, Assistant Superintendent of part has boon Protoslant since tho Uie Southern Pacific. The train Is Reformation century. Any rollgiou lem in many sections. His hoalth a most directive and inspiring manner. Ho recounted tho days or said to have had' orders to pass tbo at this titno would havo a helpful shouhl bo .looked aftot. It wa3 effect on tho country. Perhaps, a shown that many woro apparently struggle and victory from tho bo- - outbouud train at lierUia Station. religion of authority would meet dull and backward and when tho (Continuod on Pago FIvo) tho best need Just now. one-room e, a, day-scho- ol. Itepre-sentntlrail-roa"See-Saw," An effort is being mado by Germany to postpone the Conrerenco, which was appointed t ho held at Spa, to agree on the matter or to be paid tho allies. Tho ENACT-MENOBJECTING AGAINST changes that have occurred in GerOF BILL INTRODUCED many havo put her to considcrablo BY GRONNA OF DAKOTA disadvantage in that they havo caused changes in the system of Plan to Form Livestock Board Over- taxation and it will bo a real difflapping of Federal Agencies to Re. iculty for Germany to know, with suit If Project Is Passed, Institute nny degree of accuracy, just what Warns Senators. she will e able to pay. AGAINST BILL T V Pago Two THE CITIZEN jrrarioiiaircss of spirit? Hy grow- in Into a deeper acquaintance and friendship with .lostis Christ, Ono of IT i a greatest gifts was His As wo Ilia kindness. prow lo know Hint belter wo too tnny become more gracious, more kindly. A, let us As girls of the Y. W. nil try lo take this message to hear!, strive lo mako our lives more Chrisl-llk- o, and minister graciously lo Ihoso who need our help. May 13, 1020 General College News DEAN BROWN OF YALE AT CHAPEL Safety First Week in San Francisco Dr. Charles H. Brown, denn of the Dlvinilv School of Yale University, came lo Keren on a tonr in which lio was visiting sonic Iwenly-fot- ir nntlmfes of Hie Sunlit. He addressed (ho United Chanel on Friday morn lite. May 7. and delighted and In snlred ihe facully and student body witli his tlmelv oddross on "Life Service." ELECTED C. A. OFFICERS Ho pointed onl that the oniy Y. M. following were eleclcd as The knnwlmlro worth whllo li that nf tho Y. M. C. A. for the whleh can he translated Into life, President, W. 0. routing year. but Mint too often litcu' had boon Vice President, Chas. Graa grflnt separation between the aca Suiler; D. Lnrkin; Ono snouiu ham; Secrolary, John demic anil real lifo. Treasurer, Morgan H. Dennett. be able lo serve ono's own commun ity. NORMAL VS. ACADEMY In the mailer of a choice of life Last Thursday Iho loams of the work ho urged that it bo not made One should llrst look Normal and tho Academy departloo soon. oarofully over his capabilities, and ments met on the athletic Held to know Iho vocations well enough to settle the previous game which had The work been protested by the Normal team. make a wise choice. chosen should dominate one's wholo This game determined which ono career. Life's work will bo judged could play in the final series. There and rewarded by tho way it has was good hitting and team work on served some human need. Only the both sides. Neal man gots up in the world nnd stays First Inning. Academy gets a hit; Clark Hits; McVay there who belongs there. The speaker made it clear that out; Neal scores on Hammctt's hit; Clark scores on McAllister's bunt; Ihe present time and the times of us arc more intricate and McAllister out; Marr out. Normal Clarkson cut; Whicker singles lo more difficult than thoso thru which our fathers have passed. Tho high Ro'iinson; Anile walks; Richard ,ii iii ,i ideals which were held prior to tho Hies to Gallager; Huntley singles lo As n Inst feature of Sim Francisco's "Safety First" week, tlie fire depart-tnesigning of the armistice had In all Robertson; Whicker scores; Silcr turned on the IiIkIi pressure system at Third nnd Market streets. In the too large a measure been replaced pels hit; Huntley scores; by partisanship, polities, greed, etc. Antle scores; Rico hits, scoring Silcr; lienrt of the business section. A dozen strenms of wnter shot skyward for of tlemonitrntlng the fnct thnt Never then has t!icre been a time reo singles; Miller flics to Neal hundreds enn feet, topping the highest buildings, conflagration never ngnln bo destroyed by n the city similar to the when it was so necessary to choose Score: Normal I, Academy 2. Ore of 1POO. one's life work in the light of high Gal Second Inning. Academy lager walks; ideals. nobinson out on gralulnles both these departments Prayer ,.. Member In conclusion ho gave as the mo-li- ve second; Johnson gets hit. on their success. Life of Captain John Smith doing right the words of scoring Gallager; Neal singles to for The Ladies' Hall girls gave a soWhulor Hall the Master. "And for their sakes, Fee; Johnson scores on McVay's cial on last Wednesday i evening. Optional Essie Googe I sanctify myself." John 17:19. hit; Neal out while stealing; Thirty guests were invited. All A talk on Kentucky as a ConsumpThis, too, is the strongest deterrent Clark 'Hies to Rice. Normal had n pleasant evening. Ico cream tive State Hernie Adkins from evil. Clarkson gains first; Whicker hits; and cake were served. Ambassador to Grant and Leo Clarkson out on second; Antle gets Tho Gilbert Collage girls enterJames Hudgons R hit; Richards hits, scoring tained with a social on Wednesday News of (he Wcek....Russol Nauglc On last Saturday evening at 8 Whicker; Huntley fans; Silcr out evening. All the young people had My First Visit (o the City o'clock, at the home of tho bride in Score: Normal 5, Academy, i. a gay lime. Clay Saunders Painlsville, were solemnized the Third Inning. Academy Hammclt The Normal literary societies did How to Make a Success in Life rights of matrimony between Mr. out; McAllister singles and gets out; not have Iheir usual meetings Vernon Lampson L. D. Wolfe and Miss Lillian New- Marr singles and gets out. Normal Saturday night because of Iho Con- Reproduced Story.. .Kstill Drandon- offlciat-ing- T comer, Rev. II. G. Sowards, Rico hits; Fee sends lly to Ham-me- lt; ference which they attended. burg Hammett doubles getting Rice Debate Resolved: That the scenes of Mr. Wolfe comes of ono of the out; Miller out. Score: Normal 5, nature are more attractive than good families of Virginia and his Academy I. Vocational Schools tho art of man. Affirmative: Walhomo is in Cleveland of the same Academy Gal Fourth Inning. ter Kendell, Charles Henegar, Van-hstate. lager out; Robertson bits; John VOCATIONAL ORATORICAL Long; Negative Juncy llager Miss Newcomer comes of Kansas son flics to Rice, and out; Neal CONTEST Bennie Adkins. Arthur Snow. stock and birth. She is one of the ouL Normal Clarkson out; WhickThe Oratorical Contest held inhe wonderful products for which Kan er out; Neal calches Antle's fly. Vocational chapel on Monday evensas is noted. She is worthy and well Score: Normal 5, Academy i. The conqualified for the venture which she Fifth Inning. Mc ing was well attended. Academy has now entered upon. Vay fans; Clark out on first; testants as announced in The CitiTho romance that has now ended Hammclt out. Normal Rich zen last week competed for a prize in this happy and most congenial ards gels Hit; Huntley of live dollars. Prof. Shut!, Mrs. union, had its beginning in Berea fans; Silver fans; Rico oul. Score C. I). Lew is, and Prof. Vogel acled New York Styles America r as judges. Monroe Clothes New York" College where Iho groom and bride Normal 5, Academy !. All of the contestants arc to be were school mates some years ago Sixth Inning. Academy McAlon their efforts. If schools and churches would take lister gels hit; Marr fans; congratulated more interest in seeing that their Gallager gets a hit; Robertson gets They not only showed marked natuyoung people are properly discov hit, scoring McAllister and ral ability but reflected credit upon cred 'and congenially mated, we Gallager; Robertson scores on Neal's Iheir teacher, Miss Baldwin. The decision of the judges was: might havo some hopes of the hit; Neal out on second. Normal dawn. What greater service Feo walks and gets out at second; First place, Carl Gambill; second, you buy your Spring suit you can an institution render society Miller out; Clarkson out. Score Rissie Oliver; third, Joseph Pierce. Many compliments were bestowed than to guarantee it a happy home? Normal 5, Academy 7. to feci that you're getting the Among the relatives that were not only by Mc- - upon each contestant, Seventh Inning. Academy in style. Not "just style" present were: A. J.Wolfe, brother ay out; Clark out on first; Ham fcllow-sluden- ts and facully, but by r but New York style, as correctly por- of tho groom and a school man mclt hit to first base; McAllister members of the Rural Educational ycd on Riverside Drive, Fifth Avenue of high standing, who was a teacher out. formal Antle's fly caught by Conference as well. The trio by the young ladles of on Daniels Creek in Johnson county Neal; Richards hits; Huntley takes and in Central Park the about thirty years ago, but is now two bases on hit, scoring Richards; the college Misses IJoatright, Hagreat promenades of New ono of tho leading city superin Siler's fly lands in McVay's hands; ley and Reed was much apprecitendents of his native State; Miss Rice out. Score: Normal 0, Acad- ated. York. And the one, sureThe following young ladies served Gladys Bond, a niece of Mr. Wolfe, emy 7. fire way to get it is to buy a of Columbus, Va. Eignth Inning. Academy Marr as ushers: Misses Inez Swann, Dim Monroe suit. ple Darrah, Mattie Williamson,! flies to Rice; Gallager out; Robertson Y. W. C. A. flies lo Rice. Normal Fee flies to Mary Tharp, Emma Peters, nnd For in New York men buy It was a real pleasuro to listen to McAllister; Miller fans; Clarkson r ranees Iloldcraft. Monroe Clothes more than Dr. Haino who led the joint meet hits; Whicker lilts; Clarkson out, ing of the Kentucky Hall and La trying to steal home. Score: Norany other kind. Mrs. A. F. Ogden, of Carlisle, has dies' Hall association of the Y. W. mal C, Academy 7. been the guest of her daughter. Mrs C. A. in upper chapel, Sunday evenAnd they sell here at less Ninth Inning. Academy Johnson Ci. O. Blount, of Kentucky Hall, for ing, May 9th. Miss Catherine Ha- fans; Neal hits; McVay hits, scoring several days. than current prices. ley, the new president of the Y. W, Neal; Clark out; Hammclt walks; Mrs. Henry L. Watcrbury, of In C. A spoke briefly of the work of McAllister makes hit; McVay dianapolis, Ind, is spending a week tho Association for next year, and scores, also Hammclt; Marr out. with bor daughter, Miss Dale Wal led tho song service, after which Normal Antle flics to Hammett; erbury, at Model Cottage. Sho ex many of tho girls offered sentenco Richards out at first; Huntley out. presses herself as boing much prayers. Final score: Normal 0, Academy pleased with Berea. Using as his text the words of Pe 10. The students of tho English tor (II Peter; 3:18) "Grow in the The following was Ihe line-u- p: olassos were given a treat on Tues grace and in tho knowledge of our Normal Clarkson 3b, Antle p, Richday afternoon when Miss Rich, n Lord and Savior Jesus Christ," Dr. ards ss, Huntley of, Silor If, Rice rr, ueiegato to the Rural Educational Maine told what truo graciousness Feo lb, Miller c. Acadomy Neal Conference from Massachusetts. is and how we may have it in our ss, McVay cf, Clark c, Hammett If, gavo a demonstration on tho vlctro- lives. Graco is not an abstract McAllister 2b, Marr lb, Gallager 3b, la, emphasizing its effectiveness in something. It is a sweet, winsome Robertson rf, Johnson p. the teaching of literature. Sev kindliness. Jesus Christ conducted eral records of Iho musical pora campaign of graciousness. Ho tions or Shakespearo's dramas wcro was young, Ho had no money and Normal used, including those of "As You few friends, and did not travel far" Liko II," "Hamlet," and "Merchant in tho interests of His Father's The Normal department did not kingdom, but went about doing have classes on Tuesday because of of Venice;" also several on Scott's good, and winning friends by His the Conference of Rural Education "Lady of tho Lake," the hour provwonderful graciousness of spirit. which was held hero from Saturday ing not only a most inspiring and educational one, bu(( entertaining He constantly ministered to all who evening to Tuesday afternoon. All needed Him regardless of what kind the sludonls were required to at- as well. of peoplo they were. tend these Wictures which were In Often people aro kind, but they teresting and Inspiring. Sch ool are not gracious. It is not enough Normal and Academy played the to bo kind for kindness does not baso ball game over that was played FRANKLIN LITERARY always win peoplo. Wo should two weeks ago. Academy won. The SOCIETY strive to have the spirit of Christ College and Normal played a game Program for May IS, 1920. in our hearts when wo perform acta Mtnday and College won over Nor Song Society of kindnoss. How can wo have this mal. The Normal department con- - HiUo Calo ftnith BEREA, KENTUCKY - a of-llc- . i nt WOLFE-NEWCOME- oy mind, with n porfoclly good and without a broken nnd bleeding heart should deliberately choose In go to tho other sldo of tho globe and work among a raco of people In whom their chtof Interest I t li ink it is largely n is laundry. matter of onrly I mining, and mlno has been strongly In favor of religious work. In college I joined tho Student Foreign Volunteor Band, HELEN D1ZNEY, A MISSIONARY , The morning service, May Dili, nl ntuf my inlorest has continued lo Ir Marlon' rliurrh in Oak Park grow. I can hardly roallzo that I was a farewell service held for Dr. am thru my nurses training nnd In and Mrs. W. A. Hemingwny, nnd a n few months will actually bo in y, China. recognition serviro for Holcn It is surprising to learn th6 largo who goes wilh (hem lo Chlnn, whero she is to be Head Nurso of numhor of people who conlldo to a missionary (heir bMlof that (ho the hospital for women, Miss Duney said in part as fol- homo Hold is in ns soro need of lai borers as tho foreign, and that they lows: When united with tills church personally line not foil that tho more than three yonrs ago I had Lord has railed them to serve In not the leasl idea (hat in so short n heathen lands. A now argument Imie I would be representing you against foreign work was presented ' in (lie realization of my hopes ami to me rerenlly by ono of our good plans for several years that of bo-- doctors nt Ihe West Suburban Hospital. I havo his word that ho has a missionary. In theie Ihree years I have como studied missions in tho near east lo know many of you professionally and far wist nnd ho has como to tho and oiherwisc. The thought that unshaken belief thnt missionaries you are bark of mo with a great big aro a bunch of slackers passing store of personal Interest, as well time away pleasantly In heathen as tho thought of what you have lauds, nnd allowing tho overworked done for me will bear me up many churches lo support them In their times wnen mo distance stretches idleness. Ho heartily admits that far belwcen us. I doubt if any for tho llrst year or two lliey (oil missionary ever went out with as diligently, but tho Immensity and strong a feeling of assurance that hopelessness of the task kills their her pastor and his congregation nro desire to serve and thoy livo In luxinterested in her, as I go out feel ury tho rest of their lives on a missionary's salary. nig. I wnnt you ns a congregation I wnnt lo speak n public word of lo gratitude to Dr. and Mrs. Barton. know that I nppreciato your InterTheir kindness to me dates back to est in me. I havo not as yet shown my llrst day in Oak Park. They thai I am worthy of it, hut I exhave beon especially generous nnd pert lo in tho years to como. When thoughtful In regard to my mis- I return lo you in live years I shall sionary plans and preparations. I havo something of greater Interest know there is littlo I can tell this lo talk lo you of than myself." She was then formally presented congregation of such kindnesses of thoirs for it seems lo bo ono of Willi her commission by Dr. A. N. Hltohcock, District Secretary of Iho Ihoir habits To Ihe ladies of Iho church I can American Board of Commissioners only say n singlo "thank you" again of Foreign Missions. A small silver pin in tho shape of a key was given for tho generous way you havo and helped mc. I will her. as a symbol of tho Woman's try to bo as generous In sharing Board of Missions of the Interior by my gifts as yon havo been in giving a representative of the Board, who them. They will be used every day said that shu wanted Helen, every and I know I will send up little limo she looks at tho pin, to think prayers nf thanks many times for nf the thousands of women back of your good sense and good hearts. her whoso representative sho will I have laen asked many tlmea be. A star wns then nlacod In Iho why I chooe such a life work. It ehurch flag, making nineteen stars. seems boyond the comprehension of These stand for thoso who havo some people that a young woman of gone out from that church to do sound body, and npparenlly sound definite active Christian service. Visitors aro Welcome' Cornel Yesterday Is detid; forgot It, Tomorrow hasn't como; don'l worry, todny Is hero, uso It. There nre many good thltifs in Herea College- for YGIJ. and one of (h" hel lliuigs among them all, Is the alualle (raining ynu can gel fiiin Ihe Literary Sonelies. Dlz-neI ng pro-fossl- nn, Spend Less WHEN ch Dress Better mil-len- ial Wear Monroe Clothes iaa Department Foundatioi WELCH'S DEPT. STORE May II 10241 THE CITIZEN Pago Threa BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS Good Preparation for Life OPEN TO YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Cost Exceedingly Low THE GREATEST $150 SCHOOL IN AMERICA Any ambitious boy or girl in the mountains can go through Bcrea College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for 1160 a year. As each student is required to do somo work, tho above amount is reduced by the amount of work performed. A student with energy and relia- A Course for Everybody I. II. III. IV V. VI. Tho crown of tho whole Institution, nml provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Courses leading lo Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and L'lerary degrees, NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural leaching, Eiual standing with Stato Normals, and Graduates nrc given State certificates, I -- year, courses. Six-ye- ar nnd course beyond the common branches for degreo of II. Ped. ACADEMY The Preparatory course of four years is the straight road to College. Tho English courso of two years is designed for thoso who do not expect to teach nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subBricklaying, Carpentry, jects. For Young Men: Agriculture, Printing, lllncksmithing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sewing, Nursing, Dookkooplng, and Uterography. education FOUNDATION SCHOOL General in the common branches for students of good menial ability, above 15 years of age, who have been deprived of the advantages of early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ. Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Orchestra. A lino opportunity to become a good musician at a very low cost. COLLEGIATE bility can greatly rcduco tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his entire expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, and may bo In cash, or labor credits or both. EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 Incidental Fee Room TOR ROYS FOB (IIKLS $0.00 5.50 (6.00 550 15.00 Board, Six Weeks Amount due March 24, 1020 Board, flvo weeks, duo May 1, 1920. 1050 $28.00 13.75 $2050 1250 Total for Term $41.75 $39.00 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from above incidental fee. For College students add II. Every student must send FOUP. DOLLARS DEPOSIT in advance, otherwise room will not bo reserved. Commerce, Stenography, Typewriting, and Penmanship are from 50 cents lo $1 a week extra. Moaie is also from 50 cents to $1 a week extra. Now is the time to make preparation lor the Summer Term which begins June showing that they are above fifteen )earsof age, in good health, and ol good character. before coming to Berca. Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the n, or for the regular school year beginning September 15. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, and there are other regulations which you should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. NOBODY" KNEI 11 . mnlnder of tho tablet from New Tork wlth him. Ho tossed n bloh of Ink from his fountain pen nnd Inspected It critically. "Too black," ho decided, and went to the bathroom, where ho tho reservoir of tho pen and re II lied It with water. 'That ought to bo Just about right . , . sort of palo and mysterious nnd d How Would You Like to Harvest Two Crops 0 Corn a Year as They Do in the Philipbincs? KHOLWDRTHr HLI. - (ffmfl) SYNOPSIS. CltAITim I. -- In a base hospital at d Krulllr. France, tils far. disfigured recognition, an American soldier vim In the French army attract atA iked tention by hit deep despondency. by the lurctona (or a photograph to guide them In making over hla face, he often In derlelon a picture of the Savior, bidding them take that aa a model They do to, making a remarkable likeness. CHAPTER II Invalided home, on the boat he meet Martin Harmon. New Tork broker, who la attracted by hla remark-abl- e give hla featurea. The name aa "Henry Hllltard," and his home aa Syracuse. New York. He left there under a cloud, and It embittered agalnit hla former fellow townsmen. Harmon makes him a proposition to tell mining , concealing hit Idenstocks In tity. He accepta It. seeing In It a chance to make good and proe he has been underestimated. CHAPTER III In Syracuse "Hllllant" (In reality Richard Morgan) Is accepted aa a stranger He vlslta Jamea Cullen, a former employer, relating a atory of the death of lUchard Morgan, and la surprised at the regret ahown by Cullen and hla youthful daughter Angela. While at the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan's former fiancee, makes a call. Hyrai-use- tmpulso clawed at hit yielded to It Mindly. It mount the alteration of tils plan of notion, It mount n trifle more of danger; nml u gratuitous risk at that, hut It was genius genius I "Miss Durant 1" Ho made Hiiro that the others were boyond thn rniiRu of A fleeting 's Judgment! 'few lines ", . he wuim't ever to finish It . . . I've got It at the lintt'l now. May I bring It to you tomorrow?" She held hir hrrnth for an Instant; her mouth quivered. She looked at him Hcnrchlngly. I "Surely. I live Just across on the comer, .Mr. Illlllcrd. The brick houu. Can you come early?" "How soon?" He was telling himself that his former passions were ntrophli! ; she was no longer uble to disquiet him. His Inspiration was commercial strictly commercial. "In tho morning? At . . . eleven?" "I'll come gladly." "And . . . und I want to thank you now," sho said In a tone which would have fallen as a blessing upon the ears of uny other man alive, "for speaking us though you loved him. And for nit you did for him. Perhaps you know already . . . perhaps you can't know . . . hut I'm trying to tell you, because he was ho wag one of my very dearest friends." His brain snapped; he bent down to her. "'ou loved him too?" no said, uncontrollably. "Yes," she said. "Once I loved Ulm, Oa. strong ... ... tool" Alone In the nppolnted guest room of tho Cullen home for Mr. Cullen had been as good as his word, und sent n car to fetch his visitor's belongings Hllllard lighted a cigarette (an ncqulred taste, but advisable as n minor deception, since he had been notorious for his taste In cigars) nnd grinned expansively. Leisurely he began to undress, but before his shoes were quite unlaced, he snt back comfortably In his chair and meditated. "All serene so far," ho said, "nut when Carol crime In . . ." He shook his head vigorously. "Well, It's over . . . anyway. The doctor . . ." I face darkened. "There's the man I want to get nt ! Pious old hypocrite! And he didn't think I deserved to bo In the family I Sort of hate to let him mnko money out of this deal, but It's nil In the gamo. Coals of fire I Hut ten thousand's n lot from the doc. wo'll sny ten thousand." tor Ho closed his eyes dreamily; nnd his thoughts reverted from Doctor Durnnt to tho doctor daughter. "Carol Curol I" ho murmured. "One mlnuto there, I thought I'd crock. And I was 'ono of her dearest friends.' I was, wns I? And sho loved mo once. 1 Once I Pity It wasn't twice I Pity sho and tho doctor didn't say so tho night thoy kicked mo out so neatly. Well, ill 1 "Ml .. .., business Is business ,., 1 they've made their money out of It and found out this mnn Millard's somo llttlo his voice. "Miss Durant! I said ho by himself goldplntod whirlwind nil . , , flu! can't I seo their ent no word to you; thnt was true iih ns I knew tho truth, hut there's faces when they get tho truth of Itl" far With tho cigarette drooping from his .n letter ho started to write Just at It wasn't uddressed to lips, ho stood up nnd swept 11 clear the last space In the tublo. From his suitcase nyono; I didn't know who It was for. ho exhumed talilot of thin transparI brought It with me on the chance ent writing pnper of u kind not sold In that I.'d mid out. I didn't want to America j It was tho paper on which peak of It before every one. because the letter to Cullen from Itlchard MorIf It's yourt. I thought you'd . . . gan hud been written, und It wiih sheer you understand, don't you? I'm almost luck that llWU'C-LMitUiellJJJlii-E- Ei positive It was meant for yoii. It's After Durant!" ... 11 d Ho seated himself at tho table, took tho pen In his left hand and Inscribed circles on tho paper; scribbled n meaningless sentence and laughed gently. "Funny how somo peoplo can bo nnd tako so long to ninbldextrous realize It. If I hadn't caught a bullet In my nrm, and trlod to wrlto In tho hospital, I'd glvo myself nwny up hero In no tlmo. Writing's too blamed distinctive. Hut, ns It Is, Left llnnd, very largo nnd plnln, Is Henry Hllllard" Hero ho shifted the pen to thu other hand "And Itlght and, small and curlicue, Is poor, dead Dicky Morgan 'ono of her dearest friends.' I'm glad I killed that chap off he never amounted to a hill Hut this Hllllard of beans anyway. person n live wire, boy, n Uvo wire I" And with n grin of sardonic humor, he wrote on the flimsy paper, slowly nnd n little Irregularly, as though In physical discomfort: "Neullly, "No mntter what you ever think, no matter what you have ever thought, I have loved you." Ho grimaced, pondered diligently, nnd made a correction. "I have always loved you moro than my own life. You said my Ideals had fallen do you think so now? I don't, dearest; I think they're almost what you would have them. And It may be that simply because of that, I've loved you more- every day, and " Hllllard sat back, and his eyes were softly luminous. "Supimse, by the luck of the very devil, I should fall In love with her again?" he said aloud. "Suppose I should 1" Ho tossed away his cigarette and rested his head In his hands. "Oh, Carol I I did euro . . .1" His shoulders shook spasmodically; then all at once he Hung himself out of tho chair and took to tramping the floor In n hurrlcnne of emotion. His fnce wns set In granite; he caught sight of It In a mirror, halted and himself was stunned by tho trnuscendant mask which covered his soul In revolt The work of the surgeons was not far short of miraculous; h couldn't upet It, not by any effort of his will. The eyes might tlnsb, or lower, or chill tho other features were still calm and strong In their splendid glory. F.von now, the fnce which he saw reflected In tho mirror wns one to convert the most hurried of all passing strangers to a new. If unformed, assurance In tho brotherhood of man. "You dirty blackguard I" said showing his teeth. He went .pensively imck to the letter, studied It, prized at the floor. "Hut ufter nil." he said, "no matter wliut she or unybody else did to me . . . nnd If I ran kill two birds with one stone, und be what I've wanted to be nil except this damnnble way of going about It. . . . She ncted ns though this Infernal lying letter would please her that's not the point; It's n quicker way to get at the doctor. . . . Well, It gets her a letter I never Intended to write . , . and Dutout's war cross, too . . . that'll make It nil tho easier. .' . , I'll give her that Angela was going to have It, Mill. , . So I was 'one of her denrest . friend,' wus 1? What's thnt worth to Henry Milliard, bringing bark the news from tho front?" He sniffed scornfully, 'Ten thousand dollars I hope. And the doctor'!! make twenty out of It. . . . Und I that's turning the n vengeance! with other cheek Hnngcd If I don't almost wish ho'd lose Ids rotten money! Hut thut cun't be helped I'll get some satisfaction somehow." left-handHII-Har- Hllllard Was Staring Fixedly. No, reader, this corn was not grown by one of our local farmers I It wasn't grown In the United States, even. It was grown In the faroff Philippine Islands by Filipino schoolboys. Two flue crops of corn a year are produced In the Islands. The Philippines are doing some wonderful things In the agricultural line. The Philippine government has fine agricultural schools throughout the Islands, and the Philippine legislature, composed entirely of Filipinos, Is each year making larger and larger appropriations for this Important work. Ihe staple food of the Islands Is rice, but corn Is coming right along In popular favor. Its use was given great Impetus In the last year because of a rice shortage. Other Important Phlllpptnt crops are hemp, sugar enne, cocoanut Lumcoffee, tapioca and pineapples. ber Is also an Important Industry. There are hundreds of thousands oi acres of land lying Idle In the Philippines, which have a greater area ol fertile land than Japan this In spite of the fact that tho population of th Philippines is 11,000,000 while that ol Japan Is around 65,000,000. There tl every reason to believe that somo daj the Philippines will have a population as largu as that of Japan today. Tin rillplnos ore the only Christian peopli In the orient and their young men an working night and day to prepaid themselves for the responsibility ol citizenship In the Philippine Republic, which they believe to be near at hand. ileorvad the unfinished note, "folded It, creased It heavily for verslralll-tudnnd gave It the final examination. Is business," he satd, "Huslness musing. 'That was n pretty sporty thing for jne to do to tell her there was n letter. Bit of a chance, too. And after smashing our engagement, she could stand there nnd tell me . , . oh, rubbish So suppose we say , , , fifteen thousand from the doctor! Hut confound It tho better salesman I nm, the more I get out of him, the moro he makes! Whew! Where's tho satisfaction In that? . . ." Uls pupils had narrowed again, giving tho He to the sweetness of his smiling mouth. Then the smile faded and Hllllard was staring fixedly at the document In his hands. "I wonder who In thunder that man Annstrons Is?" said the masquerader who had prided himself that he no longer cared. c, ... ... 1 CHAPTER V. He wakened early and of In that state of worldllness In It than perhaps any other state of human existence, ho lay vegetating, subtly aware that he was very peaceful and content; but presently, when his brain had yawned and stretched Itself, nnd begun to set about Its usual functions (or, In other words, when Hllllard was sufficiently aroused to resume his usual Introspec-tlvencss) rovery which has less The U. S. Navy is the Forearm of the Nation. It is your property, your first line of defense. Know about it; read about it; see it. If possible, serve in it. It builds real men who do men's work. ho was extremely unhappy, and not In tho least vainglorious. Ho scowled, and struggled to remember what It was that had risen out of thln'nlr nnd angered htm last night, at the very Instnnt of his dropping off to sleep. Not tho Cullens, nor Carol himself, nor Armstrong . . . hut wait a moment I Who was Armstrong? A Whenco nnd whither, Armstrong? newcomer to Syracuse (that Is, within two years) nnd already proprietary Hllllard frowned, nnd rubbed his eyes, and. wondered anew. He was a trifle amused nnd a trlflo nshnmed of himself; was It credible that ho could bo Jealous of a man who had merely appropriated what Hllllard hnd no fur ther Interest In? How Inconsistent . . . nnd yet how superbly characteristic of human nuturol Hllllard chuckled to himself In recognition of It nnd dismissed the proposition ns unworthy of further attention. Dismissed It yes . . . as n child dismisses a rubber ball with an elastic cord attached to It. From below stairs a Japanese gong chimed softly nnd Hllllard. without delaying another Instant, leaped to the floor. Half tin hour Inter, bnthed, shaved ami dressed, he descended coiupliieeiitty; the second day of his roiimrksltfcM'orforuinneo wus.begun. U.S. NAVY Jack's Reading Room. man's sraartera 00 our new battleships are more luxurious than the quarters of fifty years ago. Tills is a comer In the reading room of the U. 8. 8. New Mexico. A bl library snd complete tile o( current umga-slan- t, as well as newspapers from all the large cities, help to take care of any atortny hours when Jack may not prefer to be on deck. A rood title for this picture would be, "Why boys leave home," and Cke part of It U tint they come back real men. The) Admiral's (Continued next week) Pago Four PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES T11K CITIZEN May 13, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERKD VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A E. r. Dizney, Principal Iwr of public entertainments and mnro children participating. The llrst number was a musical one and was held In tho Collcgo Chnpel, Monday evening, al 7:30, PEAK-OGThis was the only occasion where Miss Nina Ogg, a former student an admission fee was charged. The Sciontiflc horse shoeing, line Iron of Herea, was married May I, 1020, lower grades rendered selections work nnd repairs of all descriptions al high noon lo Mr. B. W.,Peakc, of appropriate to Iholr departments. at tlm College Blacksmith Shop, Oxford, N. 0, The ceremony was The second pari of this number Main Street, north of The Citizen performed al the manse of the La- - was a I'onlatn of the Seasons by Ihe nd- Office. fa) olle Park Presbyterian church upper grade. The whole entertainment was wejl in St. Louis, where the young peo family have pic will spotid a week bofore do received by tho audlonce. Although W. S. Strand and Momphis. n pay nlTalr, a fairly good audience moved into their property on Chest parting for their home in wm In attendance. Mr. Strand is n sales Tonn. nut street. This number was given as a dimnn for Kellogg. rect result of the regular standMuncy and grandchild, Mrs. Rose UNION CHURCH ard graded music lonns put In .. who have neon visiting here, loft 1...... ..Ml. V.ll.,.1, M"V. lllF..r. the school by the Woman's Club, Ili'i-eI.IAllll.l I l no Ihn llrsl nf Iho wool;, nnnnni- Mnndav for Itavcnna. Dean Charles II. Brown of the Di formerly a vinity School at Yale was at the Mrs. Prof. King, teacher. ?,0 Paui ,n panied by her mother, Mrs. L. P. nsnwfcw ', Miss Georgia llilliard, Such gratifying) rcsnlls should Johnston, also formerly of this!?, M. , , ',' '.,CM nurse at College Hospital, who lias prayer meeting last Thursday night .V u,uu.,i pro""' BlK!n"' ,m" been nursing in Winchester, is here and gave a very excellent and most arouse the public to the Impor- Place, on her wav lo Bond, KyJ X tance of music, o that ways and vM.ere Mrs. Johnsion will visit rel- -l snemlina nart of her vacation. approprialc address on "Influence," J lu v' ' ;'V , V iL U. S. Wyatt left the llrst of the using as a basis the incident in means may be provided that hence- alive for some time. They stopped forth, it be a permanent part of a short lime at Richmond whoro1'' ?TI week for Aberdeen, Miss. . . which sick folks were laid where Hie 111111 uv)ru?il9 J'Ji public school curriculum. I hey islled Mrs. Guinn's daughter, viiivi Mrs. Aaron Huff and little daugh the shadow of Peter might fall upon Total The second event was, on Iho Mrs. J. R.'shaw. Mrs. Guinn is now $97.57-'ter arc making an extended visit them. public school grounds, Tuesdav from Daylon, but had gone to Wag in iiinn with Mr. and Mrs. An State of Kentucky, County of Madison, tsr evening al 2:30. Tills was the May oner, Okla, lo help celebrate her I, J. L. Gay, Cashiei ol the above-name- d Golden. lank, do solemnly swear Dr. Hutehins will speak next Sun Miss Nannie Johns, a former stu day, at ll:m a.m., in Union Church, K'siival, which was opened with a mother's 80th birthday, March 1st. that the above statement ii true to the bcM ol my knowledge and belief. Grand March from (he front door It will be remembered thai U. B. dent of the College Department, was upon "Tho Saints in Caesar's J. L. Gay, Cashier of the school building to tho West Roberts and. family are now locatin iBerea for the Conference on Household." side, where the main pari of the ed at Wagoner. Okla. Mrs. Guinn Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of May, 1930. Rural Kdueallon. The topic next Thursday even C K. Campbell, Notary Public was given. The lone reports a delightful visit at that Dr. Preston Cornelius, of Aber ing at 7:00 will bo 'The Pearl of proeram My commission expires December J 7. iqjj. double file column halted when tho place. Miss., has been a recent vis Great Price." deen, van reached the slops on tho West Mr. Johnston is quite well nnd is Correct Attest: J. J Dranaman, W. I'. Kidd, John W. Welch, Director itor in Berea. side. Here Hie director gave the enjoying her trip very much. nay Johnson, who has been command for the column to sepa working at Franklin, Ohio, returned METHODIST CHURCH rate for tfie reception of the May lo Berea at the llrst of this week. The Epworlh League topic last i.'ueen. Hack or the lines, a royal Mrs. Wm. Carl Hunt Prof, and WOMAN'S CLUBS ENDORSE SALand'1 little daughter, Helen, and Miss Sunday evening was, "Tributes to procession was approaching. A car-riaVATION ARMY CAMPAIGN Molhor." If some of the mothers nrlistically decorated wilh Alice .Case, came down from Ohio, been present their hearts would patriotic colors and flowers, drawn OAKLAND OWNKIM HKGULAKLY KEfOKT KCTUKNS OK KltOM it TO K MIUS Harrodsburg, Ky, by auto last week, to attend the had FltOM THE GALLON OF RASOLINK AND FltOM WW) TO lt(0 Ml LIU ON TIHF3 April 17, 1920. Mrs. Hunt and Helen have been gladdened by the testi by a relinue of attendants and In Conference. monies of the young people. Miss the carriage was the May Queen. Hon. Henry S. Baker, will remain for an extended visit Bertha Puff is leader for next Sun .Miss iiutli .lohnon. Her maid of Male Chairman, with relatives and friends. lioiror was Lola Abney; both of Salvation Army Home Sorvicc Camcounty superin- day evening. MLs Willcoxv Last Friday afternoon tlio Wo whom were appropriately adorned paign. tendent of Carter county, made a man's Foreign Missionary Society and decoaled. The procession filed Louisville, Ky. short visit in Berea tho latter part met at the church for a business down between the long lines. The Dear Sir: of last week. The llxeeiitive Wyatt and meeting and program. The talk, pathway of Iho procession was Mr. and Mrs. Walter given by of tho Kentucky Federation little daughter, of Cincinnati, ar- missionary Dr. Hewes, who was a trewn wilh (lowers provided for in India for twenty-on- e es of Woman's Clubs most heartily Hie occasion by the children. rived last week for a visit with years, was enjoyed by all. The so ibe Second Home Service Then came the interesting cere relatives in town and in other parts ciety was glad to listen again to mony, the crowning of the Mav Campaign of the Salvation Army. of the state. It is glad to put the stamp of apofT in Mr. Chung Clio, a Korean, who is Queen. After this, the lines Mrs. Myron Grolo stopped College. A reading marched inlo the school building proval on the work of an organizaBorca for a couple of days last attending Berea was given by Mrs. Godbey, who nnd came out for the flag drill. tion that, in peace and war has ren week on her way to Ohio from a THIS OAKL VND HKNSIIII.E SIX IS l"OWF.KKD WITH THK FAM01'3 has been president the society visit to her old home at London.! since its organization,of May 7, 1910. This march began in double file dered n servico of comfort and aid OVEHHKAI-VALVOAKLAND F.NCINB and ended in a solid column, eight wilh a remarkable elllcicncy that remembered by Mrs. Grolc will bo Oillcers for the year were elected abreast. At the appointed time and commands our gratitude and admimany as Miss Agnes Eberhardt, as follows: Mrs. E. Vogcl. riresi- - Place, the leader called "halt." and ration. when a student in the College Deient; Mrs. Bartlctt, "right about, face." Each pXipH Very truly yours, partment a short time ago. Mrs. W. S. Jarvis, recording and was provided with two flags. All M. G. Hiker, (Signed) C. C. Balson, an instructor in the corresponding secretary; Mrs. U. S. were men faeinc the leader on President. Vocational Department, and Reuben Wyatt, treasurer. the slep of the West side door, Batson, of tho College Department, Tho Mother's steadily growing popularity ot the are enjoying a visit from their very impressive Day service was At the sound of the whistle, the CLIMATE OF THE PHILIPPINES. with a sermon and columns spread into a massive Sensible Six among Amermother, of Cynthiana. special music suiting the occasion. rectangle. Then followed the The Philippine Islands hare a mild, beau Miss Mary Tracey Mudge and Mr. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the v tmplrnl climate. nlghta are The ribbon badge bearing the word'. tirui patriotic Has drill. At tho e car for continucapacity of this Walter L. Dizney were married ol itnil sunstroke are unknown. The Even in those ous and economical service. Tuesday, May 1, 1920, in tho M. E, Mother's Day" was given to every conclusion of this drill, tho school Hire record for tho pnst thirty one present. ang "The districts where roads are unimproved and lmv mi uvltuko of SO degTtfu. Banner. Church, Central City, Neb. The pastor preached Sunday af- Then the massive column was mus garage facilities are lew and far betweecn, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Dizney are ternoon at Slale Lick. lered out in regular order so they the Oakland keeps to its work day after Classified Advertisements visiting at the homo of Prof, and Service as usual Sunday morning could join (he rest of Iho audience day and month after month, quietly, comMrs. E. F. Dizney. It is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. driving at ll:0O o'clock. Topic: "How to in witnessing the performance of round A gold ring. Enquire at J. A. Carter has sold his Behave When the Storm Clouds the lower grades around the May able car, exceedingly roomy and horse, "Midnight," at auction for Citizen olllce. Gather." Text: John 0:17. and because of its high ratio of power to Poles. Here four grades entertained $201.25. He says that he will have Tho topic for tho evening servico the onlookers wilh tho beautiful weight, its action is brisk and responsive. to get a Buick Six to make better AND MULE TOR SALE HORSE at 7:30 o'clock is "The Closed Door." reals of the May Pole. Only immense manufacturing resources, Two-yetime. olds; at a bargain. Text. Rov. 3:20. and a production of unusual magnitude, The graduation Exercises were Mrs. John F. Smith and babies left M. L. Spink. make possible the very moderate price at We recently for Oborlin, 0., where she Sunday-scho-have passed the 100 mark in held in the Upper Chapel, 7.30, which it is sold. and are still build-in- c. I nursday evening. will visit her parents until after t For Sale 0 lino Dnroc-JorsA splendid patriotic pageant was Commencement. shoals. 3 purebred, the others C. E. W. Class meets Friday given by the The TOURINO CAk AND HliAtHTI IIOTt F.O.H. I'ONTIAO. Midi. school, followed by an Professor John F. Smith was in night with "Vergic and Bertha arousing address to the graduates pure. Address box 100 College P. O. Louisville this week to deliver an Wynn. by Dr. James Watt Raine of Bcfca address before tho Institute of Pub For Sale One Jersey cow and College. lie Health Nurses and Officers of calf; one Jersey cow fresh in fall; The school and public may well Kentucky on "Health Problems of Phone 18 Berea, Ky. 0110 marc and mule coll. feel proud of this fine group of PROGRESS CLUB the Open Country." Ida M. Jones, Superintendent young people. Miss Candace Craft mado a visit Progress Club mel May Oth at the Robinson Hospital. The to Cincinnati this week. homo of Mrs. Carl Vogel with to (lie principal presented diplomas He'll shako vur hand and treat you R. J. Abney, this way. following: Bigo Estridge and family visited twenty members good baled time-- 1 Tor Sal.-So- me and one guest April 20. 1020.' Town Marshal. square. Wm. Mason Adam", Lola Abney, thy hay. his father and family in London present. The club was favored with Call Walker Sisters, (jw.ja Ethel Combs. Leeta Derthick, Hillis over Sunday. 128-(2v-S7- pj Phono A3 soon as the sun dries off the V. music by three Academy boys, who K Clara Dave Jackson, who has been on an Played on violin, guitar and banjo. Hn!;! irrvntml DEAN & BERNDON John- oxtended trip, was called home NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS U,C n,US,C Herndon will reaumo his "rambling NanrV Jones. :lliL0nJOyP,, Real Estate Agents g,VC"! . " Johnson, this week by tho serious illness of bv As complaint has recently been round," .Mildred Milliard, Bessie Ledford, his wife. to me in regard to trespassing made Wo aro still selling Real Estate, And if a buyer alighta In town, Mrs. George Hewes. who was a Howard Pennington. Albert Cooper, an old soldier and missionary in India for twenty-on- e of cows, fowls, etc., on privato pro-- but it is hard to give possession of wo'll "catch him" ero ho hlta tho oltizen of Borca, passed away Tues years and who has been in the pcrty, such ns lawns, gardens, etc. farms now as most fanners havo ground. Honor Roll for Ninth Month day, tho 11 th, aged 71 years. The United States for the I lako this means of warning the planned their crops, but we havo a Wo'll show your land and all last five years, the first Grade immediate cause of his death was addressed tho club. Mrs. Hewes public against further offense in 'few that wo can still deliver, if rest. .wman Cornell, Vernon Abney, heart failure brought on by rheu mado her address more interesting isold. We havo an exceptionally And sell him what ho likes tho best. matism. And if ho lacks a few round wheels, by showing tho dresses, fancy work. William Holder, John Morris, John good bargain of 231 acres on pike, To close up big or smaller deals, basketry and many other things of Hales, Ernest Cornelius, Horry Angel. Ray Johnson arrived home from two sets of improvements, fine land, Wo'll Second Grade shake our rags and bio and Franklin, 0 Tuesday, where he has tho Hindu and Mohammedans nnd good neighborhood, near church Milburn Roberts, Kolly Wagers, in buck, Idling something of their life and boon working. Lr.fo.King, Ulysses Wilder. Mary and school. Better sco us if you And customs. All ccrlnlnly appreciated 'twlxt us wo will cough umup, want something liko this. Jose Mr. Heather Murphy, an old Berea this address and havo a more vivid Rominger. 'Grace Clianteen, So bo your troubles great or email, Another highly improved place, Hring them to studont, spent a few days visiting picluro of India nnd (he work to phine Gardner, Noble Lamb, Delta Pepsotone, Surest and Best for us Combs, Rebecca Allen, Nannio Grnnl, nice houso nnd barn, about GO acres, We'll show you and toll us all. his old school friends, bringing his bo done there. homes and give you Stomach, Liver and Bowels one-ha- lf mllo off pike. Priced to Chrislecn Steely. brido with him. Mrs. Murphy was choice, Tho hostesses, Mrs. Vogel and sell quick. Third Grade Miss Baker. And when you've bought you will They have begun Mrs. C. X. Shult, then served deAlva Pullins. Dqnald Hopkins, Ina Wo need more places to sell houso-keopirejoice. on a farm near lirious cako and strawberry Ice BY W. J. McQUIRE, PH. Q. King, Winnio Mao Cornelius. Drop in at The Bank and list your Richmond. cream. I you ' tonitlratlon anil with the Lowell to property with us. Come on to Dean 4 Herndonl " Fourth ftraila mov.rrulrljr-dlljr-orli- .m M..,., ..iiimiiiii,, ,,iurii , v. Milow cu,plon. limply goto torpid Iiymw. l.amil, ourdruifUtrul Herndon Is just up from Iho flu, Maeie French, Dorothy Kindred, utaiiuarura worth of ordinary rputoniuut form). Take one or two tallcta atnliht the nut Was pretty sick! 'twlxt me and you; Lena Angel, Tliurman Todd, Paul F. L. MOORE'S day you'll ttt Ilk a new person, Mont. Thla will bring ijulek rtlicf from the dlitreMing Hut you can "bet your life," by Hob, clogged bowels and sluggish liver as well as regu Ho's up now and back on his job. late these organs to function daily as nature In- So como on now and list your land. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S tended. All the Indigestion, gates, headaches, Wo'll sell it this spring if wo can; and misery ends. Foul tastes FOR SUITS, SHOES, HATS better Immediately. Anyone who hat lost their Hut if wo do not placo it all. energy and vigor should give this prescription a Wo'll find a buyer by next fall. Dealer in First Clats Repairing FURNISHINGS trial. John Dean's still doing "financial Upon inquiry It is found that I'epsotone NOTE. AND chores," le procurable at WELCH'S DKIT. 8TOHK and Men's Suits to to $17 Shoes all other reliable dealers everywhere, wilh Ho'll lend you money, or borrow Fio Line of Jewelry guarantee of satisfaction assured or money vours. Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. MAIN ST. BEREA, KT Call at The Bank and see him there; This Is Coinnienremenl week and is distinguished by n greater mini Best Blacksmithing D Iteterv District Ne. I Charier No. MSI Tlfth Grado William Haley, Willard Combs, Marlon dardiior, Alvls Lamb, Lll-l- ie M. Anderson, Susie Grant, Lucy Johnson, Belli Roberts, Gladys Wagers, Nellie Hayes, Ora Leo Corne-li.'o- n. Ruth Hopkins. Report of the condition (if the Herea National Dank at Be tea in the Sixth Grado btate of Kentucky, at the cloc of business on May 4, 10': Herman Lewis, Luclen Adams, Forest Wynll, Howard Wilder. RESOURCES James Angel, Herman Cornell, Mo- Loans and Discounts f379.s80.fi9 nia Anderson, Ruth Chaslcon, Rcca Otcrdralts, unsecured 2,049,69 King. Total U. S. Government securities . 51,600.00 Seventh Grade Stock ol Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription),.. 1,950.00 Ivan VanWinkle, Howard Hop Value of banking house 560.00 kins, (iladys Todd, Lurlle Bales. J , 009.00 I.awlul reserve rith Federal Reserve Dank Eighth Grado Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks1 3'JiJ.oR Hillis Derlhirk. Howard Penning Checks on other banks in the tame city or town at ton, Clara Grillln, Leeta Derthick, rcportiug bank (other than Item 10) q,604.h Nannie Jones, Lola Atinoy. Redemption fund with V. S. Treniurcr, and duo from U. S. Treasurer 1,2580 .... T!tT3B j. 't ol 1 FORMER BEREANS 1 Berea National Bank y.57o -- 7. K!" 1 " 'Vi!?"' i' k go ' Com-mill- ee en-'irs- a vice-preside- OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- 11 Star-Spangl- ed easy-ridin- g; ar ol ey Boone Tavern Garage -- tn'S,,' 5. Constipation Headaches .., J. M. COYLE & COMPANY W. F. KIDD Real Estate Jewelry Store $20 $50 $2 Mny 1.1. Il:n ATTENTION Thr American Legion 17-- 82 THR CITIZEN MEN Pago Five The Citizen A family Newspaper for 1'iiMUhr.l ll thai li tight true, an J Interfiling nrtr ThurwUir at lit rra, Kjf. remit." will bold campaign for new members tho eek of May that will bo "dlf- - The great American public, which (Copyright, im. iy Met lure Nevtipaixr We nre right has been the "driver-- in so many Bymlicate.) Invited you, and expected you, but ws inlenstvo efforts of tho last several From mining tier ninny suitors Merry did not really know how good It would ear, lias eulltvaled a lino taslo in Dm) Ion had thoen Judd Ilcntley, nn be to nee you nctunlly hero In our Subscription Ralei campaigns. II has como to bo nble honest, capable nnd dependable young Chapel. As tho country folks say, I'AYAlll.K IN AI1VANCB o spot a good drive from one that farmer, and they were very happy ns ..Wo nrc rj ht ,nd ,0 gee On Yrar UMi ' rMt they ciitne one afternoon In your together poorly handled. II can distin Bit Month hats nnd mnke yourselves at Impart. Month ffl guish points Thrr October, when the woodland trees were of variety in a camO, my fellow educators, let us hold I??' a blaze of color, to the homestead It has become a connois 8rru money if I'fataffirt or Riftm Monty paign. of course you come to Bcrca for up this same standard for our profarm, where they were to live nfter Ortlrr, Draft, HnrlitrrM or vnm ami two seur In appeal. etnt lUmpi, their wedding In the cprlng, nnd began M rural conference becauso wc nre fession. How shnll wo kindle the lovo Th flat' aftrr your nam on Ubrl ihourt tn The publlr, then, will be quick lo clrnrlnc the (.'roiiiuN by pulling up In the country, nnd wc can only give of children and youth, how inspire enhat ilatt your iuUcrli'llun l ald. If It l not rornMnlkg, Npmh vines nnd tnll weed you country fare. We have nbun-an- il thusiasm for those cosmic truths rhanirnl within thrrv wrvktaftrr rtnrwal notify recogttle ibe essential .difference. as. placing them with other tuHghtly dance of mountain nlr for you, and which it is the teacher's chief duty to f Ibis American I.cglon effort. Mlolnr numhrrt will ! ilajlf auillel If ar notifiM. rnhblh In piles remly for the torch, In the llrsl place, II is not n Eccncry, and spring water, impart? These greatest qualities of IJlMTaltprms glvrn to any whooltaln nw ,, Merry love.il the old place, and after forut. Any mr rmiirt ut four yrarly drive." but a "push." Hack in the "n h,ot corn P" cs- - nd n campus the tenchcr nre overlooked because ulxrrlptlont ran rrlT Th Cltittn fr for UiKKlng at the Inst huge cornstalk nnd one yrar. im days of the wnr publicity ex mountain lys nnd girls; but they are not weighed or certified to by placing It with the others she looked,"" Ailf ertUInc ralrt on application. perts borrowed the word "drive" th fields nnd then mild thought-- 1 vou wiI1 hnve to put up with crowded nny university. Just as a theological nhout from the slang of (he day. Kvory- fully: ".Itidd, do you know that to ine rooms, and do without clabornto meals professor finds It easier to tell young ne who went out aflor something preachers tho speculations on tho the hoinrsieiid fnrni, with Its fine old nnd street cars and elevntors. BOOKS TOR EVERYBODY fp trees nnd Its gllinpM-- of the shining, Wc put in your hnnds a little sou- - nuthorship of the Psalms than to into the easy habit of calling Chirago Post prints t lie fol bis campaign a The rltrr. Is the prettiest pirt Venir booklet which may also bo a make them feel the spirit of Hebrow "drive." Then, when lowing strong editorial endorsement I came lime for the men who real In nit the world?" guide. You find our campus a con- - religion, so the teachers in a Normal from his work , He straightened of"Bnoks fur I'.vorybody." knew what a war "drivo" was lo fu9i"K jumble of projects under way. School are almost sure to lay moro ., ...,'. i.,.., . During Ihe war tlio American go out after new members for their roguishly, We set out to moct the total needs of stress on theories of psychology than hl dark eyes twinkling Library Association, ncttng as a .egion, I hey found thai the word cried: "Merry, do you know that to me, the mountains, except for the learned upon ways and means for kindling u JUNIOR RED CROSS PUBLIC you with your pink cheeks, blue eyes professions, and so have four schools love of study or n passion for fair naUonal commission, nsiumed Hip drive" was as punchless as a blank HEALTH PARADE and the little yellow rings clustering here besides the College a Normal piny. We have no master's degree responsibility for providing loading carl ridge. They had to dig them Thursday of last week witnessed ahotit your temple, nre the prettiest School, a Vocational School, an Acad for the attainments of Florence iiinlttir for the army anil the navy elves up a new word. So they emy, and a Foundation School for Nightingale, no doctorate for tho ailed their campaign a "push'; no of the most interesting demon girl In -nil the world?" More limn 7,000.000 bonks wore sup .,,. .,, r,rt aicrrj- mippy inugn wns cimiiukiuu- -. i. plied tn Hip boys in camps and which is agreatdeal liko a "drive' strations ever made in Ilerca. II for Juild laughed, nnd a little bird ' " ' qualities of Horace Mann. But those st' Jn tho "common branches." are the attainments and qualities on ships. xrept that it goes farther In im was n health parade, conducted by daintily swnylng on a near-bhospitals overseas anil alioanl buh So eager wero the young men to dying relentless effort and resist the Junior Red Cross of both the burst Into a shower of melody. Soon Tn'9 shool we had to invent, name which our profession really rests. God public school and the training after they started for home, and at and all. We had also to invent a seems to sow them where his Spirit Improve llioir soldiership thru the ess force. The long Merry's gnte Judd snld good-by- , as he name for our total group of institu-wn- s blows, and wc do have somo Florence A feature lhat Hie great general school of Herea College. use of lhee volumes that the do to start on n business trip which tions to keep people from calling us a Nightingales scattered among the log hooks far exceeded tiblic should be quick to realize is ine of children drawn up with their umntl for certain would keep him away for n week. s university, so we call the College and of the mountains, and the supply. For one tiling they hat they, members of tho public, tanners and floats and decorated On the evening he was expected tne four associated schools together we may find here and there a country 'icyrles gave ample proof that Begot enough arithmetics. The will not be called on lo contribute couldn't In sight, th(J long Horace Mann, just as wo find a en has children. Although two home, en n t before he came (nhlnff Am , our Iwys in khaki were forced to turn anything except good will. Posi hP l thn ll'lli ilmo tl'fl the beginnings of village Hampton," as tho poet has . encyclopedias for information ively no money contributions will ooms of the public school were I ; ',ho to the ie expected or received from them obliged to be out of the parade beiit th noen door ns he came ud the ten quadranglos, one for the men and said. on this subject. one for the women of each of our five It is for us, if we are to be not Tlio liahit of reading and study I'hey will be expected to exhibit cause of practicing for commence graveled path, hut the gny wave of the merely "prominent" educators, but their friendship, but not their ment exercises there were at least nnnu, the origin smile, nna tne nappy, departments. acquired in service still presist., and 'too children marching for a cleaner, eager look In Ids eyes to which sho lerkbooks. It is especially advantageous to hold leading educators, to identify and enthousand of youngsters who wore His a rural Only some three million men are and belter, and healthier Herea. The wns nccustouied were missing. conference in Herea. All fino courage, yea to beget toachers with tlio uniform havo been equipping anil greeting nppenred to tie forced themselves for useful stations in life eligible to take active benefit of tin: College band headed the procession. anxiously she asked. "Are you 111?" points are seen most clearly if they these inner impulses. When a young Rumors held aloft bore such in by the perusal of books on voca Legion campaign. The organiza "SnV Iih renlleil. lint conversation can be somewhat magnified and exag- - person has sympathy instead of con riplions as "Screens are Cheaper lagged nnd she was still regarding him geratcd, and all tho conditions of rural demnation for wrong-doertion now has enrolled more (ban a love for tion!)! subjects. Itxenpt in the large cities, how million and a half former sorvicc than Doctors," "Flies Aro More with puzzled eyes when he abruptly life are thus enlarged and made con- - the inexperience of childhood, fellow- men anil women, leaving some thrc Dangerous than Bed Hugs," "Make asked, "Where Is your engagement spicuous in the super-rurstatus of feeling with those who grope that over, library facilities are inadeperson has "a Divine call" to be a quate. Knl Ire tedious of the conn million who ran belong hut who do Herea Ibe Hesl Place in the World ring. Merry?" In his eyes appeared to the mountains. To Live," "Does Your Grocer Have no smoldering sparxs nnu in nis voice AnJ Just s the educational world teacher. When a young man or wo, try are utterly devoid of libraries not. ... i,r man feels interested in making the The "push," IJjon, is aimed direct Flies?" A nation thai spends ?0 per capita rlngless hands, her has newly discovered tho rural dis In Die middle of Main strcel the OlnnclnL- nt her ly at Ibis minority. All of tho comtruth clear and commanding, when on education spends only lO'i cents face reddened, but she answered quiet-- ! trlcts s a source of national vigor bine! efforts of the million and a children drew themselves around ly, "I cjinnot tell you." "Cannot or and promise Herea College has dis-l- ll there is a forgetting of self in tho for libraries. half of their fellows will be devoted some lly traps, made of barrels, queried. "Cannot," she covered the mountains. Whatever is zeal for spreading right ideas, when not?" he The American Ubrnry Assocta as mu- repeated evenly. His eyes, smoldering true of tho rural districts is doubly one feels a rising of purpose and de Hon, now that the war and navy dc to bringing tho absent into the fold which were there dedicated traps. Hack lly they no longer, were nuinze wun nnger, n true of the mountain Which means lhat every legion nicipal TWon ir. sire that can meet all hardships and IKirlments have taken over its work as Welch's Stores he said honrsely : "Then I'll tell you I" her donors, "We are not here to re surmount all obstacles, that person for the enlisted men. Is engaged in naire will have to take on and marched as far two comrndes. and from Ihero to their respective "Itny Collins has It nnd today he told lieve distress, but to add to the num may not recognize the source of theso a campaign to place good books in convince me that he hnd'tuken It from your AnOnly about one man in twenty i3 school buildings. It was a revelabut he is really moved ber of the world's helpers." everybody's hands; to make libra eligible lo join The Legion. It i tion to the peoplo generally. No- ger with your consent. "Is It so?" His by the Divino. to the remotest rural g This should be the eyes begged hvr to deny It, but masterrios available of to say that huildred body had realized how many childThis Conference will be a success in ing herself with nn effort which sande the teacher in city or country. The free delivery route and the most perfectly safo of thousands' of loyal Americans ren there are in Herea. And it both face nnd lips white she said cnlm-l- teacher is a second parent, isolated communities. and every proportion as it promotes these higher givo a good deal if they wero brought lo (lie mind of the people "You have made n statement which school an Alma Mater. things. Each one of us, from the It is only by having easy nccuss would army the fact that somebody in Herea is you evidently believe to be true, but How quickly the country recog most experienced chief to the youngest to books and knowing how to use eligible, by reason of active corps service, to interested in having conditions in you are very angry. Let us talk about ! . thorn thai the boys and girls of navy or marine nizos .1, as we inaKe our proper cadet from the backwoods, may bring mis come into The Legion. Hut they Ihe village the best, the most help- It at another time." "Let us talk now," statements as America can continue their cduon to the appropriate sup some contribution, nnd in the contact he said protestlngly. "Tonight I go it is only the three mil ful, and the most sanitary. lion after they leave school. A wider t nnnol. and away again for a few days." "I enn-n- port of the teaching profession. We of mind with mind some new ideas lion who are privileged to take ad reading of the proper kind of bo.ik talk now," she said, "and In a few do not need to employ the language may be actually born in this Chapel. vantage of the "push" ON dnys the matter mny adjust Itself." or the methods of tho striker. The And we shall share the visions and CONFERENCE NATIONAL books on governmonl, on history Hut The Legion has no Intention "Very well," he snld quietly, "expect cost of living has increased; the sup- attain the commanding viewpoints of RURAL EDUCATION subjects will mike also nnd soc-in-l And soon nfter port of clerks me next Wednesday." Vocation of passing up the general public, (Continued from Ftge One) for a wider Americanism. and railroad men has those who have the gift of insight simply because it is not asking any ho went away. reading the uso of hooks as tools increased; and so the support of and the estimate of relative values. "I have never given him reason to thing from the public. Tho Legio ginning until the present. Ho stal believe such a thing of me," Merry teachers must increase. How readily But above all we should here generate which is especially recommended keenly desires to interest every ed ad sobbed, "and how could he speak so overybody is ready to pay more taxes a spirit of devotion based on the seethat under President Frost's by the association will add greatly American in ils "push" because i ministration the number M stu angrily to ife really precious and me?" But soon she said that the teacher may have his share ing of what lo the efllciency of our young peopl to every American' believes it is to softly and hopefully, "I will search in the general "raise"! We as teach weighty, an enthusiasm, a thrill from 351 dents had increased from and help speed up production interest lo be interested, which is nearly 2,500 this year; anil that the again for the ring. All may yet be ers are meeting with moro apprecia the nobler motives and incitements, Tho "books for everybody" move not ambiguous as it sounds. as Hon than is usually to be expected in that will be truly food and refreshinstitution bad grown from one well." meut is one that in every way do While only one American in Trying dnys passed, but Wednesday ment to our souls, and that will make servos tho support of our slate legis twenty may bo privileged to come which ran on 515,000 to one that re nftfnioon found Merry at the window, this world. quired fSOO.000 to meet ils expen both longing for and dreading Judd's our we must not endorse the state all that is best in us contagious as But laturos, our local communities, into The Legion, every American we go back among our frionds who Industries and commercial organi must support, in ihis heart, Th ses. coming. Again she was surprised; for ment that "salaries must bo raised in The following is a partial list of he came up the path with springing order to attract the best young men are not here. stations ovorywherc. Legion's platform, "For God nnd Hie prominent persons present: J. So if the present hour is the proper step nnd smiling face, and caught her and women into teaching." That was Country." Leaders in every Held of L. McHrien, M. P. Shawkey, P. E, In his arms. "Juddl" she exclaimed a false note. No worthy person ever ono for the utterance of some key-noCOMMISSIONER'S SALE spon MrClennahan, A. O. Thomas, War Joyfully, "you hnve found out the truth American life have gladly nnd sentiment, let it be this: was attracted into the teaching pro Plaintiff taneously indorsed Tho Legion ren II. Wilson, Geo. W. Colvin, T. about the ring?" Mary W. King, The greatest equipment for a fession by the salary. The teaching recog. "Wrong 1" he cried with smiling InIt is widely vs. J. Coat es, W. S. Fogarty, E. M. Happ. profession is a sacred calling like the teacher is a Divine call. Defendant nized, although less than llftecn J. P. McConnell, Miss Virginia Folk, difference. "I haven't seen or heard V. T. King, Jr., etc months old, ns the greatest force Prof. James, W. W. Hlack, G. E. Mo of It since I saw you, but I havo ben thinking, and I know you are not the Pursuant lo judgment and order for tho established order in theso E. W. Knight, Norman sort of a girl who would do a thing Cammon, of salo entered in tho above styled I'nited Slates. AY Frost, W. S. Currell, J. V. Chapman. like that." action by the Madison Circuit Court That the general public feels that "I hoped you would say that," Merry at its May Term, 1030, the under. Ihis Is true is shown by tho way Miss Abide Langmaid, D. M. Allen, said happily, "nnd now I will tell you .1. II. Jollief, Miss Nannie Faulconer, signed Commissioner will e.xposo to prominent citizens have como for Fred E. Cole, Samuel Sharp, Mrs. what I can about the ring." public sale to the highest and best "Not unless you choose," he quickly ward to lend their aid. General bidder on the premises in Berca, Pershing has endorsed the cam Grant K. Lilly, S. 0. Bond, James Interrupted. "For you and me the NIGHT 7:30 P. M. MATINEE 2:30 TWO SHOWS Ewing, Mrs. J. Speed, Mrs. II. W. KyH on Saturday, May 22nd, 1920, at Is settled, but I shall soon see paigu and urged eligible army men D. Peteirin, Walter White, Mrs. Hay," he added grimly. tho hour of 2 o'clock p. in, the fol to join The Legion. Lieut-Ge- n Harry Bishop, B. E. Whitl, M. II. "The evening you went away," she lowing described property: Robert fl.eo Itullnrtl, commanding M inter, Leonard Mcece, Miss Mar- began, "I finished doing some canning A certain lot or parcel of land Ibe Department of the Kast, has In garet llobhon and H. A. Stroup. nnd preserving I had begun, and I had Willi improvements thereon located eluded the same recognition in gen put away the Jars and carried out tho in Herea, Ky, and fronting on era! orders. fruit and vegetable waste before I City, and Chestnut si reel in said mUscd my ring. Since then I have Various welfare and civic or SWINEBROAD known as the W. T. King homo ganizatrions senrched everywhere without finding th have endorsed place. It Itny's sister must have told him of Reports a Splendid Sale In "push" and havo volunteored i my lots, and, although I did nut think For further description see deed lend speakers and equipment to Madison County of It while you were here, the greater book 70. page 27, Madison County On May I, ho sold for M. A. Colmake it a success, ho tho general part of his story Is probably true." Clerk's ofllce. public shows that It refuses to slay lins 1)1.77 aeres of unimproved land He looked at her Inquiringly, and, Terms: Said property will bo out. If a citizen cannot come in about a mile from Richmond at an blushing, she continued: i sold on a credit of six and twoiv himself he intends to do his part to average of S1M.33 per acre. The "itny once brought a ring to me, nnd months, tho purchaser bolng re see Hint (ho eligible men do como farm was subdivided and sold in slipped H on my finger, while he proquired to executo salo bonds with in. separate tracls anil some of the posed, but I refused, and asked him to remove It. It was very nearly, or perapproved security payablo to tho The Legion intends making spec laud sold for 5si50. por acre. haps exactly like the ono you afterCommissioner nnd bearing fl per ial efforts to capture those men anil S. G. Hislo purchased 7 tracls at ward gave me." cent interest from day of salo until there are hundreds of thousands of an average of $180.00 per acre. Judd broke the silence by saying: paid with a linn retained on tho them who havo every facility for B. Current bought 7 tracts at nn "You will never forgive me." properly lo secure the payment of joining a post, but who are tho vic- average of SS58.00 per aero, and Mr. "Yes. I will," she returned cheerily, said bonds and interest. tims of inertia. Those men and Shearer 2 tracts at $185.00 per acre. "and now let us go to tho homestead It. H. Terrlll. Mr. Collins was well pleased with farm. Wo urn always happy there." women know they are ellgihlo to Having arrived, they set flru to the Muster Commissioner Madison liecomo legionnairos; they approvo Ihe price and the way tho sale was rubbish pile, and lu the furrow from , Circuit Court Tho Legion's principles; thoy havo conducted. Swinebroad never has which Merry had pulled the last huge at his sales and always stalk, they found the glistening ring. always intended coming in, but they any have put off doing so for tho same advertises that wily nnd tho land EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS Judd caught It and placed It on her reason of inortia thai keeps men buyers attend his sales knowing finger. "I have been all kinds of a (Continued from Fa Eight) declared. "If ever I cut up nnd Mrs. Lueretin Farthing, o from Inking out enough Insurance thoy will get n sipiaro deal and no fool," he agalu, Just hold up that fin-- ; like that "fako sales" will bo reported. hero or making their wills. Hunting, Ind., who woro called Swinebroad tells us he has several ger." Thoy belong in, and thoy know it. on account of tho death or inci " Twna but u passing cloud. Let ns brother, will leave today for tho! Tho Legion plans to get them by more snlos booked, watuh far his forget It and ftijoy the sunshln,H baokiug them into a tlgurntivu cor advertisements. Central Record Merry uld. ' homes. BEREA PURLISyiNG CO. (Incnrpovatril) WM. G. THOST, rrfilor-l- n Chlrt J. O. LF.IIMAN, M.n.nn, Idilo, ever-movin- c ner, Hashing an application blank In heir faces and painlessly extract ing I heir names and dollars. Kfforls also will bo made lo get my, navy and marine corps men poets locate ho nre lillpihle. near camps are expected to nctively go nut afler these fellows. Another ppeinl sortie will be mado againsl ollcglniH, especially members ol facullles, "push" Is ex The nnllon-wid- o pected lo reach men in the most iniiereasihln places. Any fifteen ex- rviee men can form their own post by getting together and apply ing lo national headquarters for pplirnlion blanks. It is believed hat no locality is so thinly settled at it can not scare up llfleen for mer lighters, who can band together ir serial and Legion purposes. Inciilenlly , the campnign will reach Into the far corners of the Already The Legion has .irlh. iosIs In fourteen foreign counties, and these oulposls of Americanism re expected 'lo goln the "push" and xlend the Legion's frontiers. 1 yi'''""'l"!''l''ll''lVl'J''J'''!'Jl'!j' President Frost's Welcome Address 'A PASSING CLOUD'Ji Educational Conference Dy MRS. LIZZIE M. PEADODY. at the Rural Ladies and Gentlemen: lulllllllllllllllllllllllMUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlS "crcn iv" welcome. Ju warmest you. Wo glad to see gospel ministry, or the vocation of tho artist. Paul did not prench and Millet did not paint for money. Each had a mossage and wns distressed till it could be uttered. The artist and the cvnngelist nre enthralled by sympathy with the crowds that they teach and by nwe of tho truths which they ....,..J y school-house- ZrZiHZ s, soul-stirrin- high-callin- to COMING-M- 24, 1920 It's See It! SEALE THEATRE Big! af-fn- lr ! by-bi- ds Pago Six THE CITIZEN May 13, 1020 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Hot to LowerYour Meat Bills Hints From the Department of HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science SEASONABLE RECIPES 2 eggs Investigator COUNTY AQENT NOTES wa and graveling this summer ami Rockcastle County The farmers on llnnillo Ridge and In Malt section are gutting along lino with Uioir work considering llio rainy woalhcr. Ono striking feature about tills scnllon is tlio increased grass norc-ng- o which, is on the Incrcaso thru-o- ut Uio entire county. This show. that llio future of Rockcastle will he for more and hotter live slock, A man who grows grass on his farm is a man who has a vision. "More Grass," should be the slogan of each farmer until we have enough grass to graze our home stock and enough hay to feed through the winter. In this section there are live or six cream separators which are being operated by the mothers and wives at a profit. Mrs. Sam Mallargc, Matt, has two common grade ttows which brought her an income of $15.60 in cash per year until sho got a Separator. She paid $03 for separator, $7 for cream cans and charged it to the cows. The cows paid for them in three mouths besides furnishing a sullicicnl quantity for homo consumption for live to seven people in the family. Since, the cows have papered the entire house, painted lloor space, put up screens and bought clothing. Mrs. Mallargc says her message to Rockcastle county women is, "Gel a cream separator and save money, timo and self." Chestnut Grove The community meeting at the sohool house was well attended and lots of interest shown. A Junior Agricultural,, Club, consisting of eighteen members was organized, club officers elected, and Mr. Green Brock was elected local club leader. This is tho first club and farmers meeting ever held at this place. Chestnut Grove community is to be congratulated on having one of the best clover Holds in the county, owned by Ed. Barger. This community, like many others, needs some pure bred sires cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry, etc. Brodhead Junior Agricultural Club was irganized at the school house A Wednesday, consisting of twelve members. Mr. A. M. Matt, and Prof. Strange were elected as local club leaders. These club members expressed themselves in the following words to County Agent, "Wo are going to stick." Brodhead is to be congratulated on securing electric light Delco system. This was prophesied by the County Agent less than one year ago. Brodhead is just finishing a very nice garago which adds much to the town. Ottawa Hurrah for Ottawa The community meeting was rained out Thursday night, but the farmers are on the job. More grass and clover in this section than ever before. Clearing, wire fencing, renovation of old fields and pasture lands are In rapid progress. I The Ottawa Good Roads Club has succeeded in tho road building which was planned and started last faJJ. Instead of "Dug Hill' it's "Hill Dug" now. Two tons of fertilizer can be hauled over the hill now instead of ono. Tho good roads people will finish the grading to Otta- CINCINNATi ' MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 1! white $2, No. 2 yellow $1.9301.04, No. a yellow $1.02 1.03, No. 2 mixed ?1.89G l.'Jl, No. 3 mixed 1.K2, white ear $14)201.01. $1.91 Sound liny Timothy per ton $1(90 43.23, clover mixed $10043, clover $10 043. Oats No. 2 white $1.2001.21, No. 3 white $1.1901.20, No. 2 mixed $1.19 1.10&, No. 8 mixed $1.1801.18. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras CO&c, C5c, llrsts cy dairy &uc. Eggs Kxtra urits Uc, llrsts 40c, or dinary llrts yJc. Live Poultry Brollun. Hi II) and over "Be, full clilckous, 2 lbs and under, 50c ; fowls, 4 lbs und over 33c, under 4 ',4 lbs 33c, roosters 21c. Live Stock. Cattle Steers, good to choice $11.W 013. fair to good slim 11.50. torn mon to fair S7610: heifer. good to choice $12G18, fuir to good $0012, M5 common to fair HiitV, $T.50ii 11, Modi 0. btoi'k fctoer tecond 5914c, fan heifer 0.M6S.U. Calves Uood to choice $17.50 IS, fair to good S13CP17.50, common and large $(Jff 11. Sheep Uood to choice $12013X0, fair to kooiI $9012, common WG8. ebearcd fheep $3011; lambs, good to choice $19020,- - fair to good $18019, heavy shippers Hons Selected 914015, good to choice packers uud liutcucrs iu.-- o, medium jiootpio.o, common to choice heavy fat bows $8 011.50, light shippers $15.50, pigs (UO lbs and less) $iuv u.&o. V4 rup roconnul, shredded Rhubarb Tapioca Justice cup mln .M cup syrup, cup pearl tapioca, or i fall. Everybody knows the value of 2 thsp. rich cream or moiled buller. ulo lapioca a good road nnd are just waiting IN BUYING MEAT pot roast or corned heel. It repre- 216 cups boiling walcr SPECIALIZE for a chance lo put in more money Sift flour and baking powdor;ndd sents: npproxlmntely 23 per cent of the Vi Isp. salt AND SAVE MONEY. to pay for grading and graveling. entlro heof enrenss, nnd tho chuck rep- .1 cups rhubarb cut In small plccos oatmeal and cncoauul. Mix oroam, If you want to know how to build ojrg, and syrup logelhor and heal Tho housewife of tho present gen resents npproxlmntely 31 per cent. Tho cup sugar. n good road under difficulties gel in Add dry Ingredients. thoroughly. cnitlon nnd. particularly of the past loins represent 17 per cent nnd tho touch with Ottawa Good Roads year or so, during which money has ribs d imt cent, nnd of tho entire carIf pearl Inploca is used, soak over Drop from n teaspoon on n greased Club. been rather plentiful, has been de cass there Is actually less than ft per night in n generous amount of cold cooky (in nn Inch aparl. Bake In manding moats from one or two cuts cent porterhouse steak, 3 per cent of water. If ininulo lapiooa Is used, a hot oven until brown. This is a Quail of hoof; Hint Is, cuts from the loin club steak nnd nbout 9 per cent of no soaking is needed. Cook lapiooa wholesome substitute for tho rloli Tho farmers at Quail are like all for steak nnd cuts from the ribs for sirloin steak. Among the many appetizing uses of in Ihe walcr lo which Iho salt has cookies which clog up the dlges-tlv- o other farmers at this time walling roasts. Thl has created n tremendous system. for a dry spell lo plant oom. The demand for the loins nnd ribs, leaving the chuck nre roasts, steaks no' been added until transparent. Place nn oversnpply of the major portion roasts, stews, boiling heof, pot pie rhubarb in Hip bottom of an earthfnrmcrs have prepared their land meat nnd hamburger, with tho fore enware or enameled baking dish belter this year for crops deeper of the carcass,n which the retailer must shank for soup meat nnd soup bones. IVY POISONING Add sugar. Pour lapioca over this plowing, dragging, discing, harrowi- dispose of nt disadvantage, owing to There hns Intely nrlsen such n rethe lack of demand. One of the banes of early sprln? and bake with cover on until rim ng, etc. exIf Mrs. Housewife would tako more markable demand for ono or two outings is tho dangor of contracting More preen fields are lo bo seen, Interest and specialize In her buying, pensive kinds of meats that peop'o barb is soft. Ivy poisoning. Later In tho season Rhubarb Pio with grazing cattle, hogs and sheep end would read carefully the article who formerly were entirely satisfied extho lhan in years past. that have been nnd aro being pub with what represents even less of 2 cups rhubarb cut in small pieces the leaves are dovolopcd and show think plainly their three lobes that disMany cane patches are being' llshed, calling her attention to tho pensive portions never the samo time I egg cnlltng for them. At tinguish them from tho harmless ' planned since sugar is going out of cheaper meats, she would realize n they continually complain of their t thsp. Hour woodbine, which has I cup substantial saving. She would soon sugar nnnlyzo reach. The County Agent had the become there Is excep meat hills without stopping to loaves. In Ihe earliest singes of deI I hsp. vinegar. opportunity on this visit to tho tionally convinced thattho round, rump, the reason. good meat In velopment Ihey aro purled up nnd places mentioned above to judgi be- p'rtes, chuck, etc. "Is that tho best you hnvo7" seams Mix sugar, sail, and Hour togeth- nro not so noticeable nnd contact The tnoro It costs tho to be tween a sugar cake and n sorghum In the olden days Mrs. Housewife Tho less ex- er; beat egg and add to rhubarb. with Ihem may occur without one's cake, pumpkin butter (sugar' and would call for n chuck steak, round the more people wnnt It very good ar- Add (o Hour mixture. Pour Into an pensive (although often steak, ns well as nn occasional porter- ticles), go hogging. If n dealer hns to enameled pie tin nnd hake, with a knowledge, whoreas later In tho cases he announced soighum first. house. Mrs. Housewife now knows buy n certalu portion of the cheaper single crust on top, until rhubarb season every precaution would bo taken. I suppose it was because he was only one steak, and that Is the porter- articles along with his good nrtlcles is soft and crusl brown. Tho ad exThero nro undoubtedly hundreds raised on things sweetened with house, which IsIsnaturally the most for, nnd he ennnot sell tho cheaper ones. dition of Hour nnd egg thickens Hit) pensive, ns it the most called of "cures" for poion Ivy. Some of YOU pny tho price for whnt ho Is molasses instead of sugar. He ad- and It logically must stand the extra samo applies to juice nnd lakos away tho objectionihesp nre as bad ns tho disease. vocates a cane patci for every expense. It Is the world old law of obliged to lose. Tho pays n certain able acid taste tho rhubarb has. ments. The butcher Many nro worse. farmer. supply nnd demand. prlco for tho cattlo and he must get While no specific euro for poisonRhubarb Conserve How many housewives know that that price out of them. If the demand, A Call to Mt. Vernon ing by poison ivy nnd poison sumac ono or two I qt. rhubarb out in small pieces ftiim the chuck they can get s'enLs, ns stated above, all runs to Would you attend II13 biggest boiling beef, pot roasts nnd stew different cuts, those cuts that nro In I lemon is yet available, in spile of the meeting, for the biggest purpose, of meats? The enrenss (excepting the demand must make up tho loss on claims of scores of remedies, there I pkg. raisins tho biggest people. 111 Mt. Vn ion, loins nnd ribs) contains meats that is much that one can do in applying cheaper meats, whllo If thero I pound of sugar. Monday, May 17, at 1:00 o'clock, if are Just ns appetizing, delicious and was an equal selling distribution on home remedies, nrcording lo repro-pntlivnutritious ns tho more expensive cuts, the entire carcass, thero would not be Add barely enough walor to koop you bad a chance? of Ihe United Slates DeUnwhich nre so much complrlnt of tho high cost of rbulKirb from sticking nnd 000k partment of Agriculture and tho Rockcastle's success- fortunately, the ribs nnd loins. Thirteen of however, custom recently moat. until soft. Add raisins. Cook llvo Public Health Service of the United ful! young people will stand bofore has dictated that the ribs nnd loins Every housewife personally should Add sugar nnd lemon Stales Treasury Department, who a specially chosencrowd of men and be considered the more popular, hence make Inquiries of her butcher as to minutes. juice nnd cook until thlok. Pour In recently made a Joint investigation women and recoiva the firsl certifi- tho cheaper cuts have really gone out tho different cuts of meat. glasses. Tho use of raisins Willi of this subject. Tho Investigators cate of merit and horror ever given of their own. A fw years ago the a vera go house Chopped Deef Au Casserole. in the county by '.he State College rhubarb lessens (he amount of su- call attention to Iho various names wife usually called for a chuck steak 1H lbs. clod of tieef, ground, gar required. of Agriculture, May 17. used to designate those noxious 14 c. tomato relish, Special arrangements are being or round steak ns h matter of eourao. plants nnd to the wide range of (heir In fact. It was dally diet nnd one Apricot Conserve Tabasco Rauce, made for all who would like to wit- seldom thought the ordering sirloin or growth. Poison ivy is somctlmoa 1 can beets. of I lb. dried apricots palled poison onk, and poison sumac ness Ibis presentation. Mir hm!i.Mi lppf with tomato relish. IVi q(s. cold walor porterhouse steak, except on special The "thirteen" gave pei mission occasions. A good comparison would Add lA teaspoonful tabasco saueo is known in various localities as lb. shredded pinoapplo if iloslmll. Season well with for as many parents to be invited oe that of ordering chicken or turkey poison dogwood, jxilson older, poisugar. as could be seated in the mom for every day of the week Just becnuse salt. Put In glass ensserolo and hake son ash, Ihunderwood and poison-woo- d. n where the occasion will lie held. it happens to be n "treat" or a special two hours, hasting frequently witn Wash Ihe dried apricots and soak lid'), minlliv of tnblo snuce. A few Jelicacy. and If chicken or turkey If exposure has rosulted In serious First there, first served were thus ordered the outcome wou.d strips of bacon ncross tho top of any thorn in the water. Cook in this Rev. H. T. Young, president of simply be higher prices, due to the meat loaf ndds to its nenness nnu imwater until tender. Press thru a infection n physician should bo conRockcastle County Agricultural As- demand being larger than the supply. proves llnvor. Serve pirnNhed with slramor. Add (he pineapplo nnd sulted without delay, hut in less sociation, will present these certifiThe round makes wonderful steaks. beets, quartered. Serves 5 people. measure. Add Vi as much sugar. serious cases helpful treatment can cates. In addition to the certificate be given without such aid. For Cook until thick. each of the "thirteen" will receive relinf from itching nothing is belter Kast Main street one nnd tho above. "ALWAYS SELLS" Swiss Cakes a solid bronze medal an Honor Emthan Immersing tho inllamed sur-fa- ro 7.80 acres at $570; 8.10 acres at The sale of Ihe property of Mr. 3 cups Hour blem, 1919." Each of the "thirteen" Joshua B. Adams' property which $590 went to J. D. Whitohouse. in hoi walor for several min2 eggs utes, gradually increasing the temwill have something to say; also lies practically, though not quite, 19.03 acres at $030 went toTilford 3 thsp. sugar perature until the water Is as hot other speakers. in the city limits of Danville, was Alexander. Danville Advocate. isp. salt as can bo borne. Washing with soap Conio and hear them. conducted last Saturday afternoon Boat eggs; add sugar and salt. and .waler is distinctly curative by Swinebroad, who "always sells" DO THOROUGH CLEANUP JOB Beat again nnd add flour. Roll out where nil tho polsoninjr has not and the sale, as is bis usual custom, SWIFT'S PRODUCE REVIEW very thin. Cut diamond shape or penotratod the skin. It is belter was a greal big success. Messrs. Houtewlvet and Communities Should squares with a gash in tho center. that the inllamed area bo exposed For May 7, 1920 Denver and Moss, tho local repreVie With Each Other In the With the approach of warm sentatives, did a big part in making Drop in deep hot fat and fry until lo tho air than that it be (ighlty Annual Renovation. weather, the United States Depart Ihe sale crisp and brown. These mako very bandaged. Bandages nro permissithe success that it proved to ment of Agriculture has issued a he. Bolivcr Bond, auctioneer suSpring Is not only a senson for gath- good substitutes for cakes or cook- ble if they aro changed frequently bulletin urging farmers to produce preme, was and if kept moist with a solution of on the blosk ering violets nnd picking the May ies. at his cooking soda and borax (a teaspooninfertile eggs. Tho government Saturday. The lot het tl sale amounted (lowers, or trailing arbutus. It Is nlso pamphlet ifoinls out that eggs of Oatmeal Cookies Without Flour ful dissolved In a cup of water) or lo ?02,0i0.70 and the average per the season for bentlng carpets and ty rugs, raking up the buck yard and cup flour this character are worth more mon- acre other solutions. In tho laler slag03 for the 1S1 acres was 139.88. front lawn, clearing out tho cellar and 2 cups oatmeal ey and adds a number of other in of the disease soothing or nstrin-go- nt The land was purchased by the fol- the garret and making home spick nnd 2 thsp. baking powder ointments nro of value. structions for increased production lowing: span. This Is hlcbly Important work, and less spoilage. It follows: 83 3 to George While, of notwithstanding the discomfort which anil tie expects It. acres Whore the people of nil the earth While the house nnd back yard and it Indicts on a certain member of tha Versailles, for $10,000. 'To Egg Producers. enn come nnd bo blended Into ono 10. Si acres at $10750; 2051 acres family who never seems to be keenly front lawn nre getting their annual Do you know that your eggs will renovation the wise and tidy people community life, nnd whero each genat $100; 3353 acres at $330 went to Interested In housekeeping nnd be worth more money if you But be Is nn unimportant of the neighborhood ought not to over- eration will vie with the past to transMr. G. A. McRoberts. This adjoins 1. Produce infertile eggs bv re motiilter of "lie household, nnd there Is look the back lot or the vncnnt lot, or mit to the next n city greater, better, moving the roosters from the flock Mr. McRoberts' present farm and no particular reason why ho should be the bit of common thnt too often be- ami more beautiful than tho last. will give him an outlel lo tho Lan- considered. in the summer time? As n matter of fact he comes the Junk pile of tho neighbor- Mayo Tesler. It Is his fnto hood, (let together and clean It up t.i U considered. !. Provide clean nests and keep caster pike, making two outlets, tho also! A tidy neighborhood adds to the eggs clean? Park Add to Realty Value. comfort mid hnpplncss of everybody 3. Do not wash eggs? Park reservation serves distinct and his visitors, mid also adds to the practical purpose, providing always an 4. Gather eggs twice daily during property vnluo of everybody's holdelement of iMTinnueiico to a neighbor tho Summer, to prevent them from ings. Kxchauge. hood which servos to tlx the real estate being heated by the hen? vnluos In tho region. Owners facing n 5. Keep tbem in a cool, dry place,' CITY park know tho outlook Is thus secured IDEAL OF QUALITIES away from flies? for nit time nnd they build nnd settle G. Market them at least twice Business In soma Result That May Be Attained If Each with confidence. each week? Instances may encroach, but tho Will Do Hit Part in Working of the region, ns far as open 7. Insist that they bo bought on for Desired End. spaces nro concerned, can never be a quality graded basis?" seriously Impaired nnd property with subA city, sanitary, convenient, Egg values show but little change, MH'iired ndvautnges passes always at a stantial ; except that eggs indicating tho ef Where the Iioiiros of tho rich and premium over property unsecured. poor fect of warm weather aro discriminro alike comfortable nnd Prom "Report on n Park System for I.lttlo Hock." by John Nolen, Landbeautiful ; nated against in the larger markets Where the streets nre clean nnd the scape Architect. and sell at some discount. It is imsky line is clear as country nlr; portant that eggs be gathered daily To Line Roads With Tree. Whero tho architectural excellence and marketed frequently. of Its buildings ndds beauty uud digTho time will como when every statu Tho movement of live poultry nity to Its streets;- will plant nnd protect trees nlong highfrom tho farmers is Increasing, alWhero parks nnd playgrounds nre ways. At present the enlightened are Engine Is equipped with a sensitive throttling Every "Z" though markots aro stilt short of within reneli of every child; Inclined to look on the more enlightgovernor. Regulates the amount ol fuel and air admitted to current requirements and aro well Where living Is plunsiint, toll honened as fndillsts or cranks when they cylinder maintains uniform speed summer or winter, ' orable, and teerontloii plentiful; Insist that no program of public imsustained. regardless ol work being done. Whore capital In respected, but not provement Is complete thnt does not Many communities are now pro- Throttling governor enables the "Z" to use kerosene as worbblped ; Include trees for public rouds. well as gasoline saves you money. paring for the yearly "Swat the Whero commerce In goods ts groat, Wook" which ba3 now be high grade assembly unit not a Roostor Governor is a complete, but no grimier than the Inturchniigu contact-part- s resist wear, Limerick's Claim to Fame. makeshiit device. I ts come an annual ovent in most of Idens; Limerick has been linked up with states, it should bo remombored IlasmightyimportantdutiestllelpsmaintainuniformcyUnder Whero Industry thrives nnd brings other things besides insuresbettcrlubricationgivessmooth.steady verses and medl-ovtemperature that roosters are not neoossary for prosperity ullke to employer und (simplest. Limerick laces wora llowoi power that saves wear and tear on driven machinery. ; .egg production and that tho pro at one time renowned, until they were Other "Z" features are: Built-i- n Bosch high tension oscilWhere education and nrt havo n mi widely copied duction of infertile eggs during the thnt their originality lating magneto; more than rat d power; every part place In every homo; long-live- d summer mouths adds to tho keeping endurance: was lot. Today Limerick Is fumous Whero worth nnd not wealth gives I'hlotly for iweon qualities and rosults in bettor and prutty girls. Tho standing to men; Factory Prices: native claim the very prettiest Irish pricos. Where tin power of character lifts ulrl grow up In Limerick. , IK H. P As for tho ReoeipU of croani show somo inmen to leadership; 125.00 3 II. P Imcon, JKMUiiK) plus are killed In tho crease during tho wook, duo to bot-t- or 200.00 Whero Interest In public affairs is town yearly, nnd yet pigs swarm In Ita 6 II. P pasturago. This has resulted in n test of citizenship and devotion to ireou, yards FREIGHT EXTRA uud Ikiukos. Limerick tlio public went Is u bndgo of honor; lower values on butter in tho prinbacon mid ham seldom reach the WELCH'S DEPT. STORE Where government Is always hon- Amorlimii tnble, but throughout cipal markets of the country. Contho est nnd elllclent and the principles of llrltlth Isles thoy ure regarded us Berea, Kentucky ditions seem to indicate somewhat tha democracy llnd their fullest and truest bust In the world. lowor prlees as production 1 fivo-lobcd ps 1 houss-clenr.ln- g. 11 Throttling Governor Gives Steady Speed "-SP- expression : Mny 13, IMPROVED 102O TUB CITIZEN Pago Seven available, the department completed the work for which It laid the foundation during the war. and In tho space of the ni'xt few months concluded parcel post arrangement with 18 foreign countries to which American parcel HUGE post had theretofore no admission. The doors of the great mnrt of the enst. i). (iir i:v i n , ATi.it, the south and the wevt were opened Trmtirr uf KtiKlili Kii in Hie Moody , M Mr Inditinr ..i in BETWEEN TWO AND THREE MIL to us. Clilnn, Kpypt nnd South Africa (Cn rtitht. HH WrM-v ttnlsnl were among our new Held. Then LIONS PENSIONS FOR OUR enmc Spain nnd Its colonies. EARLIER CONFLICTS. LESSON FOR MAY 23 Arrangement wvrj concluded with Oreat llrltaln nnd Trance whereby our ISRAEL'S FIRST KINO. International sirrel post service was WORLD WAR COST UNKNOWN extended to every country reached by M'PHHN TKXT- -I Sm those powerful allies nnd not hereto(mr tho torcj. Ul.lKN TIIXT-On- ljr fore reached by our own direct steammt htm In truth with ill ymr Estimates of Insurance. Vocational ship lines', lly one stroke, so to speak, -- I Hum II H l.mrt Education and Public Health Serv- our iwrcel post servlre wns extended AlniTltiNAI. llATI'.lllAII 8am. I:ti t It K ices for the Next Year Aggregate throughout the world. It Is not siir I'HIMAIIY TOI'IC-Ha-ul Visits Hmud $423,000,000 Warning By Cannon. prising Hint our export parcel post hns ChOMi, n King. Jl'NKilt TOI'IC-H.InrronMsl from 2,270,215 pounds In INTi:ilMi:ilATI! AND RIZNIOIl TOPIC KltiRlv UuhIIIIoh In fnul 1012 to 17.102.1M1 pounds In 1010. In By JAMES P. HORNADAY. V'irNij !'lttIM.I! AND ADULT TOI'IC Wilmington. The pn.iige the other the first quarter of this fiscal year the r Tli Hrlrrllon of day by the huuc of rcprcscntntlU'S post olllci department has already more than Mx million pounds I. The People Demand a King (vv. of the niitiual pension appropriation hill, the bill that make provlNlou for of parcel post. 8:1 ID 1. Their reasons Canada May Come Into Line. for thin demand. the iHiyment of pension cliiirgenble (1) Samuel was liicnpncltntcd by old to the Moxlenii war, the Civil war The department hns many Inquiries wnr, served ns to why. with such readiness of al up', (2) tlio unfaithfulness of his and the to call n tt cut Inn to the money cost of most nil of tho countries of Hie world son whom lie linil appointed nn hi nun Spain, worth $27,000, held up by switchmen's strike lit Jersey City, condemned anil dumped successors; (3) iln desire to lip like v1ir. That pension bill curbed ap- to deal with the United Stntes through In the meadow. 2 Funeral In Arlington cemetery of nineteen men of the A. K. F. whoe bodies were brought propriation amounting to Tlx surrounding otlitT nnlloiiN. tho parcel post, our ally anil next- being remodeled as a shop. from abroad. .1 House In Washington which the people gave Admiral linil n king n lender. They IKK). Legislation broadening the scope door neighbor, Canada, should stand r king who would go out ci ml of the existing pension law which ha aloof. Cnnnilii announces Internntloiinl wnnted fight their ttnttlt-- (mc v. 20). Tin de- already pnssed the house will, If con- parcel post to practically nil the coun-find them- pernte, cnntlniilnji dny nnd night. Reclnns If the Kentucklnn sire in lie like other causes many to curred in liy the senate and npproed tries of the world on nn selves among the first In the ports received nt Heme said two by the president, Increase the above basis, except to the United States, depart from t tie Lord. Cox Is looked on ns n armies hnd been routed nnd 2. hchnvlnr under thU sum by $77,f.OO.OOO making n total of with which It has an arrangement for Samuel's compromise cnndldnte. Mr. virtually destroyed, and Wnrsnw anreplying to some Hrooklyn peo- nounced the capture of Skvlm, n trlnl (vv. ('.!). He took ttie mntter $2!ll,r.20,(iO chargeable to the ware the exchnnge of parcel post up to four prior to the recent world war. plo who Indorsed him for tho Demopounds, six ounces. stronghold, by tho Polish envto the Lord In prayer. The Lord comCongress ha not jet been able to negotiationshave long Although forted ti in by assuring him Hint till cratic nomination, wroto: "I doubt oi ry. gain any very definite Idea nn to what been In progress between the Amer rejection wns not merely hi rejecmost seriously that I possess the From Vlndlvostok nnd Tokyo enmo the world war will cost In the way of ican and Canadian postal services for State tion, hut the rejettlon of the kingPrimaries qualifications required to meet the tho news thnt In eastern Siberia the Preferential benefits a the yearn go on. Just now nn extension of the weight limit to 11 finding requirements of the present Russlnns hnd signed a protocol yieldship of CikI. Fail to Settle Presidential situation," nnd ndded that he was not ing to nil the demnnds presented by II. Samuel Telli of the Manner of It I concerned with the appropria- pound, the department says It does tion that must be mnde for the next not despair of ultimate favorable acInterested In the political fortunes of the Jnpnnese nillltnry authorities, In Nominations. the Klnne (vv. nny man, lenst of all himself. cluding withdrawal for a distance of lie shows them Hint the king will lleal year. The biinnu of war risk tion. The dealings between the Amer neces-sar30 kilometers from districts occupied ican and Canadian postal authorities he lery emetine nnd nrhltrary In his Insurance estimate the amount to pay compensation for death have been ever without friction, nnd dealing with them. The Itepubllcnn senators brought up by tho Jopnuesc. DELEGATES and disability for the fiscal year be always animated by n spirit of help- WOOD HAS MOST for consideration In tho sennte last 1. lie will take their sons mid. tnnke ginning July 1 nt $Hi3.WK).(M); the fulness nnd A correspondent In IJcrlln says thnt and under eek the Knox resolution declaring them to nerve In the nrmy nnd do nil foreign vocational educa- these circumstances the department Is the wnr ended, and Senator Knox from authentic sources In tho kind of hnrd work on his fnrin nnd fedenil board for tion estimates It expenditure for the confident that whatever obstncles In Johnson's Popular Vote the Largest opened the debnte with n defense of office nnd the ministry of finance he will make slaves hi In hoiie. lie Knox, Whose Peace Resolution Is next fiscal year at $123,000,000, and the past may have mnde It Inadvisable the measure nnd n warm attack on lenrns that Germany will flatly refuse of their daughters, also. Up In Senate, Talked of as the nubile health service estimate for Canada to enter Into a parcel the policy of President Wilson. At to pay a hundred billion mnrks Ina 2. He will Hike their land, even Compromise Candidate-Po- les that It will be called on to expend up Iost agreement with thu United Stntes first the Democratic senators decided demnity, nnd Hint the offer of such thoo Inherited from their fnther nml ward of SlOO.UiO.OOO. These esti will be overcome. pence Defeat Bolshevlkl. to fight the resolution with a filibus- sum, made when the trenty of them to hi favorlto otllcen nnd Che .t aggregate $123,000,000 as the ter, but changed their minds when wns signed, Is to be withdrawn nnd fig with that he mate Work on the Mall Resumed. servant. Not content By EDWARD W. PICKARD. amount that will be required t "is they lenrned the president wns willing ures startlingly low substituted when n will tnko the tenth part of the produce The development of the show The state presidential primaries to hnve the mntter brought to on is- tho conference nt Spn takes place. rharce the obligations of the govern t tin t remiiln nnd she to them. of Washington, familiarly known have nearly all been held; the fever- sue and wns determined to veto the Premiers Mlllerand and Lloyd George merit to the survivors of the wnr with III. Samuel's Protest Disregarded by Oermnny during the next year. ns the Mall, In accordance with plans ish race for delegates Is about over. resolution If It were ndopted. It was are to meet before the Spa session be the Peoplo (vv. 102!). approved some years ngo Is ngaln go- And now every one Is free to guess understood that Mr. Wilson also gins and doubtless will come to a com Bonus Would Add Two Billions up their minds mnde ing forward. The work laid out came l Hnvlnc he Hie nominees of the nil would resubmit the Versailles treaty plete understanding as to what win This estimate with which the appro- to nn abrupt stop In the spring of, uhn they deliberately shut their eye to tonnj conventions, and there Is not to the sennte, fonnntly making It nn be demanded from Germany. is now dealing An Interesting statement concern the truth nnd rushed madly Into the priation committeenccount bonus legis- 1017 when the United States entered . .. .. nioru t0 i.nse ,.uetj!ies on than Issue In the presldentlnl cnmpnlgn. does not tnke Into y the world war. It Is now proposed there wus before. racrliiient. Men todny Just ns It hns been Intlmnted thnt he might ing tho trial of war criminals has legislation of the kind nre turning from Ood' King, lation. If bonus proposed I enacted It by the government to go right along suggest some reservations of bis own, been made by Dr. Andreas Blunck, On the Republican side two devel with the project until It Is finished. opments stand out: MnJ. Gen. Leon- - but It Is senrcely to be supposed these German minister of Justice. Ho says going after the lust of their own that ha been for an expenditure of uiheart, hut Ood mnkea the wrath of will call S'J.OWUKiO.COO. That leglsln Just now the activity centers In and nrd Wood has captured more instruct- would satisfy the Republican sena- the German government has been for ward of Lincoln memorial, situated ed delegates than nny one else, and tors. some time In readiness to try the ac men to prnlse him. - nbout the Hon. If enacted will, of course, be re- on Hie bank of tin. Potomac river, a Point IV. The King Providentially Johnson has been ac Secretary of State Col cused and the attorney general has According to Senator Hiram carded as special; It will call for one mile and s directly west corded the lorgest popular vote. Run by, who was presumably speaking for Instituted 317 prosecutions, but that ed Out payment only and Uie money will bnve of the capltol building. The super- ning n fairly strong third in both par the president, the Knox resolution is nothing more can bo done until tno fnther to Saul wn sent by hi to be raled through' special taxation structure of this great memorial has ticulars Is Governor Lowden of Illi "absolutely unprecedented In the his allied nations furnish the evidence search for the nsses thnt hnd wnn-Iof some sort. Not a word which they promised. been completed, nnd the decorntlvo nois. Hut the deliberate plan of the tory of the United States and "whol nwny. While Snul nnd hi fa ml Joseph O. Cannon, the veteran mem- work on the Interior Is now under party managers has been carried out ly unconstitutional." He asserts the hos come from nny of them since tho were acting freely In this mat-tethcr ber of the house from Illinois, In prepeace witn list of the accused wns handed to tho nt the snme time Cod's sovereign senting the regular pension bill to the way. If nil goes well the memorial und no cnndldate will go to the Chi only way to nenr Germany Is by treaty and that the llerlln government three months ngo, will receive the finishing touches withAl purpose was being carried out. legislator that in the next year and tho stutue of Lin- cago convention with anywhere reminded the enough votes pledged to nominate, president Is powerless under the con asserts tho minister. though dllllcult to understand. Ood house government must not fall to give coln will be placed In the Interior of The result In the Coliseum will be stitution to patch up any scheme of carries forth hi sovereign purpose the deproper attention to the financial the building. brought nbout by skillful dickering, friendly relations or appoint diplo Carranzn's hold On Mexico apparwithout Interfering with man's free- mand that will It made on It for be matic nnd consular representatives ently is weakening so rapidly that can Iletween this Lincoln memorial and unless the convention Com. years to come ns a result of the world tho Washington which stampeded, which Is Improbable. monument, until a treaty has been ratified. the old man must bo decidedly V. The King Chosen at Mlipeh war. He reminded his fellow congress stands n east of the memorial Mr. Knox's long nddress on the alarmed. The revolt, of which Gen- (10:17-27year 1018, nccordlng and directly In line with the capltol men that In, the The two most Important primaries resolution was heurd and read with eral Obregon Is the recognized leader, The Lord hnd nlrendy pointed out to the surgeon general of the nrmy. building, there In to be nn artificial of tho past week were In Callfornln csncclal Interest because ho hns been Is spreading dolly and tho federal to Samuel who should he king and there were 2.422102 admissions to the lake. The work of excavating for this nnd Indiana. In the former Johnson put forward as a possible nominee 01 armies lose large numbers by deserLet us ob- - hospital Saul hnd hecn anointed. for disease. 182.781) admls- lake has Just been started. The basin won n sweeping victory, his majority tho Chicago convention, senator If tho bewhls-kere- d tion to the rebels. sene: slons lor ordinary injuries mm will extend from the foot of the Lin over Herbert Hoover, his only com president had any plans for rose, who usually voices the opinion If they 1. Why Saul was chosen. for bottle Injuries. coin memorial to Fifteenth street, a pctltor, being something like 100,000. of Hie "old guard" In the Republican fleeing from Hie country, It Is likely would huve n king the Lord would IIre. he pointed out, were nearly distance of some eight blocks, nnd will Mr. Hoover expressed himself ns sur- party, says Knox will prove the most he has too long deferred their execuRive them the one best suited to till 3,000,000 admissions to the nrmy hossatisfactory and most available com tion, for the ports on both east nnd be nbbut 100 yards wide. The govern prised by the showing he mnde, conHe wn from llciijamln, a tiltals In the year 1018, and wnne the plnce. menfs plans cnll for the growing of sidering the Inadequacy of his cam- promise candidate If It Is found west coasts are closed to him by the e prevent smnll tribe, which would some were no doubt duplications, no foliage nround arrangements. His supporters Wood, Johnson nor Lowden operations of rebel units nlong the sorts of rivalry between Kphralm nnd one could accurately estimate how all lake. The water for this artificial pnlgn coast charged that a deal was neither the prize. railways and highways. connecting can land on the the Judnh, the lending tribe of Israel, manv of these men with hospitnl lake will be snipplted from the Potomac made with the Phelan machluo In San However ho may yet escape Into tbo lie wn also chonen because of hi Accordrecords mny be found totally or partial river. The superintendent of public Francisco to deliver the Democratic Meanwhile the allied supremo coun United States or Guatemala. personnl tltnes (v. 21). He hnd the ly disabled nnd the cause trnced to buildings and grounds, who Is In charge vote to Johnson. dl and the League of NaUons are go ing to a story that catno across tho for his work, their war service. qualifications linturnl of the development of this beauty spot Indiana's primary law requires that ing ahead with their tasks In Europe. border, all tho rebel leaders have modesty, and a namely, representative ex of thu national capital, expects to hp The venerable n candidate must secure a mnjorlty The objections of the Hungarians to agreed on a plan to force tho abdicamilitary Instinct. pressed the opinion Hint within ten able to turn the wuter Into the artl of all votes cost In order to gain com their treaty have been answered witn tion of Carranza on May 15 and to appro2. How Saul wn chocn. The methvenrs congress would have to ... .11.. - tlcial lake within the next yenr. nlete' control of the state's delegation, out yielding nnd they were given ten name Alfredo Robles Domlnguez pres. . .... od wn by lot. Samuel cnlled them prlale a billion uoiiurs n year 10 This General Wood failed to do, days to accept the pact Tho Turmsn ident pro tempore. Memorial Bridge' Comes Next. together before the Lord, nnd boforo It financial obllmitlonH to the Tho latest big accession to tho rebel though his plurality over Johnson wns delegates arrived in Paris Thursday npnln remonstratIs n big the lot wn enst he The next great step In tho scheme survivor of nil our wars. "It 0.000. Wood's managers said to receive the treaty with the Porte, forces was Francisco Villa who, with He obligation." said Mr. Cannon, "but one for the development of the government- Hiinnt ed with them ngalnst such action. they would Insist that the state con They will sign It, of course, but that 2,000 men, Joined Hie revolutionary Miowed them the hnse Ingratitude of Hint the government has already ac owned property will bo the building of It was said he won't end tho trouble In Turkey, by array In Chihuahua. vcntlon Instruct the solid delegation thtlr rejection of Ood as their King. cepted. I call attention to the slum a bridge across tho Potomac, that will for the general, but this aroused bit nny means. The notionalists are ns would bring 10,000 men to tho support received by Hon so that no one In tho country connect the Lincoln memorlnl with the 3. How the king wn ter opposition In the other camps. On determined ns ever In their opposition of Obregon. In Torreon the federal the people. Snul knew thnt the Lord need deceive himself ns to tho olillgie house 011 the heights of Arlington cem the face of practically complete re and In their first national convention garrison raised tho tlag of revolt and hnd chosen him. but through modesty Hon we will have to meet In the etery which ltobert K. Leo occupied turns the Wood people claimed 20 of recently held, they defied Oreat llrlt- arrested their commander. and fear he shrank from the responwhen the Civil wnr begun. Congress the district delegates nnd the four aln especially and all the allies gen future." After several requests from tho lly Inquiry of the Lord hi sibility, ban not yet provided the money for delegutes-at-large- . Parcel Post to Foreign Countries, The steel workers ernlly. Their leaders say they were stnto department, the navy departhiding plnce wns mnde known. When The International parcel jiost has de this memorial bridge, but has Indicated In tho Calumet region piled up n big willing to accept WHsonlsm but tnai ment dispatched n flotilla of destroyhe wn brought forth Snmuel presenters to Key West, whence they will be veloped: Into a most Important and for- on 11 good many occnslons that It lodfcs majority for Johnson and he also car being refused them, they will probably ed him to the people, assuring them midable function of the world's great with favor on the project. It was pro-- rtMj KT,ln8vllle, but Wood won In In turn to bolshevlsm. Tho grand vizier able to reach Hie Mexican ports on that Snul wns the Lord' choice. est transportation medium the pos posed before' tho Lincoln memorial dlanapolls and other cities. Lowden at Constantinople has sent a delegu the east coast within a few hours. So Some were enthuslnstlc In their retal service. Tho United stntes mall that Is now Hearing completion wns who was strong in tho rural districts, tlon to endeavor to effect a compro fnr thev have not been greatly need ception und shouted, "Ood save (he carries more separately-handleunits agreed on thnt this bridge should be got about half as many votes as John mise with Mustnphn Kemal, the head ed to protect American Interests there. Ite- - son, nnd Harding about half ns many king1" Other mocked nnd refused of the nationalist movement. Efforts Agents of our government have reportof commodity than any other single known ns n Lincoln memorial. htm nlleglnnce. transportation nystem. The domestic cently the suggestion has been mnde, ., .tie Illinois governor. Tho rvsults to Induce Turkish government troops ed that the rebel leaders give assurI VI. The King Confirmed at Gllgal parcel post nlonu has long since passed and seemingly meets with n good deal n indlann renlly were not satlsfac- - to opiose Kernel's forces have resulted ance of the adoption of n more friendCol. Jafar Tayar, comly atUtude toward foreigners than (ch. 11). the billion mark In yearly shipments, of favor, that this bridge when con tory to nny 0110 of the candidates, but In mutiny. mandant of Adrlanoplo, who has de- has been maintained by Carranza, but Soon nfter tho election at MUpch while the letters and periodicals, each structed shall bo n memorial to the they quite suited the political mana clared the Independence of that city, of courso tho United States Is not takseparately handled through half a doz men who gave their lives for their cers of the state, who plan to nav the Ammonites mnde n desperate demand upon tho men of Jnbesh-gllend- . Indiana hold tho balance of power In Is said to be preparing to resist Greek ing any band In the struggle. en processes, run Into those staggering country in tho world war. upon occupation. This year's development program for tho convention llgure vaguely called "billion Snul hearing of It. hastily summoned Secretary of Labor Wilson surIt was officially announced In Lontho national capital calls for tho com Mnriiand Republicans turned out the tribe together for war and won billions." A he thus a remnrknhlo victory. In 1013, when Postmaster Oenernl pletion Of tho Grant monument In the In small numbers and gave Wood the don thot Sir Eric Druramond. secre- prised nnd dismayed tho department proved hi ability the people wished llurleson took hold of the postal sen'' extreme eastern section of tho Mall Btato's preference by n voto of about tary general of the League of Nations, of Justlco men who aro carrying on hnd sent to Moscow a telegram ask- tho proceedings to rid tho country of to punish the sons of Hellal. hut Snul lee. one could send parcel post pack and under tho shadow of tho capltol two to one over Johnson. Snmuel took ndvnn-tapTho Johnson managers felt that the ing for n definite stnteraent of the dangerous aliens. He ruled that memages to but 41 countries In thu entire building. This monument hns been In forbade them. n bership In the Communist Labor party of thl auspicious sltuntlon and world, nnd the grentest weight limit courso of construction for 12 yenrs. Michigan stato convention did not soviet government's attitude toward called all the people tORether at was 11 pounds. Today tho American Tho basw was put In promptly and glvo the senator the full fruits of his proposal to send a commission of the does not constitute ground for deadportation because that party does not where they fonnally crowned til in foreign parcel post service has been tho figures surmounting It were placed victory In tho primary. It Instructed league Into Russia to consider the Lenlne advocate resort to force. Somo tlmo extended to 180 nations mid colonies In position several yeurs ago. Thero the delegation to vote for mm as long visability of recognizing tho their king- No reply has been re- ago Mr. Wilson held that alien memand to 15 of these countries, Including has been unexpected delay In com- as ho has a clmnco of winning tho government. Growth. biggest customers In Latin Amer pleting tho slntuo of the general, but nomination, but refused Iroiiclnd in ceived. The executive council of the bers of the CommunUt party, which our All fruits grow whether they grow selected the comadvocates the overthrow of the existica and tho Orient, you can tend par announcement U now made that It la structlons, leavlnif it to tho delegates league already had In sol) or In the soul. No man can ing government by force, might be deof almost ready for shipment, and tlw to decide when to switch to another mission and wished to leurn the attiget them cels up to 22 pounds, and to one make things grow. He can tude of tho soviet leaders before Its ported. In tho opinion of Assistant them raniima up to 60 pounds. In expectutton Is that It will bo In place candidate. Of tho bis four elected to grow by nrranglng all tho circumAttorney Oeneral Garvan tho new rultwo are Johnson men and two are next meeting on May 14. 1012, there were) dlsputched from the before next fall. Tho Grant memorial stances and fulfilling all the condi- United States 2,270.215 pounds of vx Is In the botnulcal gardens. The gen- said to favor Wood ing means Uiat the campaign to Uut the growing Is done by tions. The great drive of the Poles and however, the alien reds must collapse, i eral schemo of development, purcel pout. During tho next liort Ood. One of tho few delegations that Ukrainians ngalnst the soviet forces since tho Communists can easuy join venr our lucrinso over 1012 wat calls for tho removal of tho botanical convention In the Ukraine has resulted In san- the Communist Labor party without less than 000,000 pounds, and the In- gurdetm to u new blto In northeast will go to the Democratic The Most Insignificant Hero again, however, In San Francisco with Instructions ns guinary battles In which the Poles abandoning their theories or crease lu 1014 over lOl'l was only n Washington. The most Insignificant people are It may be Secretary WHson'a cougress has not yet suld tho word, to Its voto will be that from Ken seem to liavo had the best of It At little more than 500,000 pound. bad pressed forthe most apt to sneer nt others. They and there wems to bo u question as lucky. The stato convention voted for last accounts they bridgehead of Kiev action will save from Impeachment Extended Throughout the World. ward as far as the are safe from reprlsnls, and have do Assistant Secretory Post, who has Immediately uon the conclusion of to whether It will approve Hits part Instructions for Governor ixx 01 uni hope of rising In their own esteem but It would not surprise astuto polltl and the fight for that city was des- canceled 1,400 deportation warrants. bhlpplnt; became of tho general development scheme. the armistice, when by lowering their neighbors. Hazlltt. UhirOHM INTEKNATIOH.tt SUNMTSCnOOL 1R GALLS FDR Lesson n i l i m PAYMENTS .M U-- iffr ul I.1f Spanish-America- n 1 1 NEWS REVIEW OF band-wago- st very-likel- o, CURRENT EVENTS st . sec-Uo- dellb-rnitel- three-quarter- r, half-mil- e ' ). - n - nn-du- l, e e 011-p- do-po- rt lis-m- par-pose- If Pago Eight THE CITIZEN Powell was called to tho bedside her mother, who wa.s very sick. Lawrence Powell and Ial week. family, Pharis Marcuni and family. viited their fnlher. Mr. Fane. Sunday. Miss Wesley Roberts, who Is attending the K. K. S. N. nt Richmond, spent the week-en- d with her annl, Mr. Luther llnmillon. Mr. ami Mrs. T. B. Stephenson were visiting in Kingston, Sunday. of CLAY COUNTY May 13, 1020 4 needed tools. The nccounl Its gns well seem to get stronger. force indicate several million feet We nre sure in an oil capacity. Hold, All wo need is development fact. Mrs. Emily to prove thi Peters seems lo be on Hie decline. No eorrriponJf net publUhrd unleM lnrd In fall br th- wrltr Th nm R. J. Bowman went lo Manchester n Tklcof gnl flth. Writ pltlnlr. It not for public ttlon. but Monday on business. J. A. Chos-n- ut is now holding n prominent We were sorry to hear of the death position a foreman over the pipeCounty News or Grandma Wolfe, of Moore s Creel' lining department nt Hamilton, 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ed McQueen havo Carfco al $751) per day. Th Caru-o- . May 10. -- Bro. Henry Lesvis new baliv ittrl. named Emma. lllleil his regular appointment at people who bae had llu are bettor Sturgeon The Pigeon Sturgeon, May 1. Flat Top Saturday and Sunday with and no new cases. Mrs.. Laura a good crowd and one addition to Iloost Farmers i;iuh lias purcnaseu Pierson passed thru here Friday on the church. 'P. J. Faubus is some n bell for the scboolbouse. They her way lo visit her parent's in K. J. Thomas went to lictter. Mrs. Ellen Allen was visit met Saturday lo erect a belfry and Dayton. lug her sisters, Mrs. S. II. lloberls hang the bell. The Club meets the Jackson county today. The Thomand Mrs. Orhin Smith. Hurt Sum- third Tuesday in each month. Every as family has just returned from mers had the misfortune lo have a one is invited to attend. Oklahoma. They like the country lino cow drowned last Saturday. and are planning to go back this fall. OWSLEY COUNTY Thomas Wilson's lilllo son Is imJake Gay was here from Pine Grove Scoville fishing last week. Green Gahhard proving. Sam Pierson has been on Scoville. May 7. Mrs. Susie Gar the sick list, but is improving. and Dewey Horn caught a flno salinches long in relt anil granddaughter. Ethel Jack There was preaching at Royal Oak mon twenty-seve- n son, visited her daughter, Mrs. Geo. last Sunday. the tide Saturday. Mrs. Bert Pierson Jackson, Saturday night and Sun has neuralgia. Mrs. W. W. Brewer day. Waller Mainous had his bee U improving. Parrot Mrs. Mr. and There was George Cacko have moved to Maple Mosl farmers tree cut last Saturday. Parrot, May 9. have planted some corn. There are a moderately good supply of honey Lick. Mrs. Maggie Clantz Is cx- still fine prospects for peaches and and plenty of young bees. They apples in this part. Mr, and Mrs. saved the bees. The people of Ibis MADISON COUNTY Steve Gahhard are the proud par- community have been burning off Panola ents of another girl, named Ilach-a- el Panola, May 10. Rev. Obert Bro. Crane ha been helping Bro. Louisa. Elbert Haker is alhomo preached here Sunday, and Felix Parker slump conduct a revival meeting at Rev. I'ooj. Isaacs, Sunday night. from Indianapolis. will be the mail carrier from Peo- Clifliy. It has been in progress Mrs. Dr. Snowden. of Ravenna. ples to Parrot the next four years. nearly two weeks. Bro Crane has paed thru here this week lo visit A tine boy was horn to Mr. and been delivering some very inspirher parents at Locust Branch. He was once pastor Mrs. Nannie Cox. of Station Caiiip, Mrs. John Callihan, named Thomas ing sermons. Dolbert. Mrs. Carrie Eversole, of of this charge. There has been a ha hoen isiliuu relatives here. Hazel Patch, has been visiting her greater number of people attending M. A. London has purchased the sister, Mrs. Julia Johnson. David church at CI if I y this past two weeks Charley Benton place, seventy acres Lake and sister, Pollie, visited their than has been attending in some a $50 per acre. Mrs. Myrtle Lakes uncle, Phee Hilliard, of Parrot, last two or three years. Bourne and sister. Sallio Powell, spent the Roscoo Thomas, Dennis lay with Mrs. C. M. Rawling reSaturday night and Sunday. Sherman Flinchum, of Canada, is vis Wadle and son. Park, took dinner cently. Mr. and Mr. Wilgus Huniting old friends and relatives here, wilh Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rowland, ter and son, Andrew, Minerva and Sunday. There was a quiet school Myrtle Kindred were also guests of after an absence of many years. John Callihan went to Lexington election in the graded school this Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rawiings Sun-la- y last Tuesday to have his eye treat- time. Robert Bonds and Bascomb aflernonn. Mrs. Wallace Chris-ma- n ed. It is in a serious condition, Dooley wero elected trustees. Sevand Mrs. Mary Kindred wore caused by smallpox. Mrs. Louisa eral people passed thru here Mon- here shopping Saturday. Clella Settle is making her home with day, on their way to County Court Kindred spent the day with Delia Steve Gabbard. Itev. Jones, who at Booneville. CatesSunday. Mrs. Mollio Cox and held a revival here a few weeks ago, sons, Ralph, Clyde and Burnhm preached again Saturday night, Sunwere visiting the family of Joe Travellers Rest day and Sunday night. He bap Travelers Rest, May 10. Born, to Powell Sunday. Miss Anna Johntised seventeen Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Tye, April 30, a son, of Brassfield, was here SaturThey wero Maud Cunagim, Anna line baby girl. Miss Belle Flanery. day visiting friends and looking Cunagim, Laura and Frances Gab- of Green Hall, visited her aunt, Mrs. after the Knob Lick school,1 which bard, Mary Jane and Debby Mc- Eliza Ramey, last Sunday. Mav 9th. she is (o teach this year. Miss Queen, Tbema Horn, Nannie McMr. and !Mrs. J. B. Scott Merle Wilson is to teach the Bark Dowell, rda Belle Callihan, Mattio and Mrs. J. F. Marcuni attended Road school. Clkarlie Cox, Jr, is Ellen and Gertrude "Flinchum, Gc church at Vincent, Sunday. Mr. and. still suffering much with paralysis. mima Moore, Delia Gabbard, Sallio Mrs. Blaine Wilson, and Mr. and Cunagin, John Jones and Andrew Mrs. Norman Brewer, visited their Dreyfus Gabbard. father, V. S. Brewer, (Sunday. Dreyfus, May 10. The farmers Miss Elizabeth Hemphill, Mrs. Vina are making ready lo plant corn. Clover riottora Herd. Elder G. W. Wntson. Mrs. Sa Tho peach crop is promising. Mrs. Clover Bottom, May 10. Mrs rah Andrew and .Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Noelie Cbrisman was the Sunday Robert Abrams, who has been very McColIum were dinner gtiests of suest of her sister, Mrs. Si3ie Kinsick for some time, is getting belter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Botner, May 2nd. dred. Mrs. Albort Rose, of Hamil-lo'- n. S. W. Abrams is very low. Mr. Hiram Botner has a light attack O., spent the week-en- d with and Mrs. Isaace Dean are planning ol smallpox. Mesdames Emma friends on the Bark road. Mrs. 9 on going soon lo Indiana to make Minler and E. K. McColIum attendSarah Campbell spent last week Mrs. Walter Abrams ed church at Rock Springs, Sunday, with her (laughter. Mrs. Hattie Lain. their home and children arc spending a few and were dinner guests of Mr. and days with .Mrs. Annie Settle, of Sand Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Wendell McColBobtown . Gap. Misses Clara and Lava Van- - Ium went lo Richmond and LexingBobtown, May 9. Rev. Cornell winkle and Zella Dean havo come ton the past week. Claude Flanery filled his appointment at Pilot Knob home from McKec where they havo and Tommie Cecil attended church today. A large crowd wero present been in school. Miss Clera Hurst at Rock Spring Sunday. Amos Sumand left pleased with the good sersurprised her friends last Tuesday mers, of Winchester, is here look- mon preached lo them. Mr. and by getting married to Sherman ing after the interests of Pyramid Mrs. J. T. Cornelisou were Silver Johnson. They left for Covington, Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tackett Creek visitors Sunday. Mr. and Thursday, where he i3 employed attended "Holy Roller" services be Mrs. Bob Brown, Mrs. Nettie Lewis low Travelers Rest, Sunday. Mrs. and daughter were visiting Mr. and Niel Bowman, of Botner. visited her Mrs. John Lawson on Sunday. t Bond Mrs. Bond, May 8." Farmers arc bu3y sister, Mrs. Matilda Wilson, the Kddards, of Richmond, is visiting planting corn. Mrs. Nellie Ake-ir.o- n, past week. her daughter, Mrs. Zach. Neely. The stork visited the homo of Mr. of Hamilton, 0., is visiting and Mrs. Charlie Neelies, April 27, Island City relatives and friends near this place. Island City, May 10. Apples and leaving a nine-pougirl. Mr. and Jim Truett and Francis Vaughn peaches are not all killed; some trees Mrs. .Mat Baker, of Big Hill, Mr. and were married last Thursday. Robert Pearl, scout master at this seem to bo full. Two babies came Mrs. Isaac Burns were guests of place, is leaching a business course lo (he wife of Robert Harvey, the Mrs. Jalic Creekmoro Sunday. every Tuesday and Friday night at 20th of April; a boy, named Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs. Zack. Neely aro the the Bond school bouse. Mr. Pearl arid a girl, named May. Mother proud parents of a line boy who aris giving his servico free, and doing and babies are doing fine. G. W. rived April 27, named Louis Dougall he can tcr help upbuild this com- Harvey, their grandfather, was las. E. P. Bengo of this place was munity. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Minter overjoyed at their arrival. Mrs. visiting his brother, J. C. Benge, of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kato Bowman and Dora Pelers, of Dreyfus, Sunday. Jim Ncoly lias Jerry York Sunday night. Mr. Min- Island City, went to see their sick purchased a Ford car. Mrs. Jim ter went to Richmond to attend an aunt, Mrs. Mary Peters, of Blake, Neely is going to Owsley county The Sunday- Wednesday night of April 28. Mrs. this weok to see her mother, Mrs. Educational meeting. -school at this place is progress Peters is heller at present. There Peters, who is sick. ing nicely. Dr. J. A. Mahaffey, of was an election held at tho Island Richmond, was in Bond the first of City Graded gchoolhousc, May 1, Coyle this month testing eyes and fixing for tho purpose of filling vacancies Coylo, May 10. Joe Woods ha.? glasses. Ho visited Mr. and Mrs. on the board; Charley Peters, John returned homo from France. He Mrs, D. Ray and Ans Monroe Reynolds and Mr. and Pelers wero David York while ho was at Bond elected trustees. There was a so has been in the servico for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Cox Mrs. Jano York is in very poor rial gatboring at the homo of John F. P. Dabolt is away on Honsley Saturday nlghL The oil wore visitors at tho homo of Mr. health. business. Mrs. Dabolt and Mrs well at .Endeo was tested by a geo- Leo Peters Sunday afternoon. Florenco Lako went fishing Monday logist from Irvino and was said to Mrs. John Gloip and daughter, Dewey Callihan has moved contain somo salt water; the dril- -i Mary, wero quests of Mrs. Albert weok. Brother Ross ling department is hindered on tho Powell Sunday. lo Mr. Hudson's farm near here. filled his regular appointment at Viney Fork Saturday and Sunday. E. P. Powell gavo the young folks a party Thursday night. Several wore, THE HUSBAND WHOSE WIFE USES present and all reported a nice tlmo, Missos Emma Lake and Bcsslo Ba- kor visited the former's brother, El gio Lake, last Thursday night. IS HAPPY. SEE HIM East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Student Nurses Wanted! years' course of instruction which leads to gradua-tion- . The graduates fr0rn this institution are eligible for examination by the State Hoard of Nurses' Examiners, and for registration. The course of training and study fulfills all the requirements of the laws of the btate. Applicants must have completed the Eighth Grade and one year's High School, or its equivalent. Uniforms and text books arc 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 for hcr( 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 arc 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 Nuksks, nt Hcrea, Ky., offers a three Jackson Vine Vine. May 8. Many Farmers have iml planted nny corn yet. 0, M. Mnrunn made a business trip U) Richmond last week. Mrs. Martha Rice was the welcome guest of Mrs. Nancy Teague. Wednesday night. Win. Ponningfo.i ;iik1 son aro d ting a hustling huiui'.s buying and Rlch-ariN- on hipping produce. Homer Bowman, who has been visiting relatives at this place lias relumed home. Henry I'lwards, our .',oiiily roi.l overseer, worked his road last week. Saturday, May 1st, T. N. Roberts look bis little sou, Maleom, to the Robinson Hospital at Berea to have him examined, and found be has hook worms and tuberculosis of Hie knee. Miss Myrtle Pennington was the welcome guest of Miss Lucy Homely Monday nigliL Mlses Ro-- a and I'rnim Morgnn visiled Iheir uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mali Pennington. Thursday night. Isaac Pennington had a plowing Thursday and had lots of help. Cold weather has not destroyed nil the pench crop yet. There are plenty left on the trees. Misses Myrllo, lieie and Ethel Pennington have relumed home from Annville where they no been going lo school. The rhM rloM'd April 30th. GARRARD COUNTY Use Hydrated Lime When you plant )our corn. Can be used with fcrtil-iiudrill. Goes farther than when put on bro.idcai-t- . Especially good for low black land. r Harmony Harmony. May 0. There is a fine prospect for fruit here. Undo Bill Davis, who has been sick for so Ions.. i slowly improving. Ernost L. Colson was over at Brodhead Sunday. Dr. T. B. Lyne. of Cfab Orchard, and Rev. W. M. C. Ilutrhin were over at Old Fellowship Bap-h- tl church Ial Sunday where Rev. Hutehins gave Ids famous Bible lecture lo a large congregation of people. John Faulkner, of Bloom-ingto- n. ImU is visiting in this neighborhood. White Lick Lick. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. G. C Hounshell- - and children and Mrs. Waller Viars visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hounshell, Sunday. Mrs. Klmer Woolwine is ill with pneumonia. This community was shocked by the death of Charlie Crutcher last week. The bereaved family have our sympathy. A parly of girls and boys from Berea College, chaperoned by Miss Welsh, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West, Sunday. The party consisted of Misses Fannie Lou Reed, Anna Jones, nml Julia Bartlett and Messrs. Robert Raine, John Welsh and Logan West. Also Mr. and Mrs. I'nderwood and daughter, Edna, Ivan Van Winkle, of Berea and Misses Lane, Patrick, Holtzclaw and Lena Estridge, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West Sunday. There will be a Children's Day entertainment at Level Green, Sunday afternoon, June 5. Pete Hounshell and sisters, Misses Sopbronia and Sudie, visited at J. B. Creech's Sunday JafleniQun. Mr. and Mrs. John Melcnlf visaed Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Sunday. Mrs,. Addio uavis visaed Mr. and .Mrs. R. C. Doian Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech visited Mr. Creech's parents last Monday night. Mrs. Julia Wed-- dl and son, Will, visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matlock Sunday. Nel lie, elma Lee and John Roberts, from Irvine, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and tho latler's mother, Mrs. Howard, from ft'isalia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Moslcr visited J. T. Clark's Sunday. While ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Price, $22.00 per Ton We still have plenty of screen wire. We make screen doors and windows any size. Now is the time to get your paints and varnishes. Paints for every purpose Stephens Phone 113 & Muncjr Berea, Kentucky Bring Your Cream to Our Station At Berea on Depot Street We will pay you market price for your cream. Guarantee you correct weight and test. You can get your cans and check before you leave town. It is much more satisfactory to sell to us than to ship to creameries in far off cities. You avoid loss of cans -- delay in getting your check -b- othersome correspondence if your weight and test are not satisfactory. Give our station a trial and you will go home satisfied with your money in your pocket. KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Operated by Armour and Company, Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. (ith. nd Goochland Goochland, May 10. Jerry Rob is ery low from a shot ho re ceived a few days ago. Soveral went to Loudon this week to attend Federal court. It seems that John Barley Corn is running full timo in all sections. It looks as if llio good citizens could put a slop lo such violations. It can bo done. Mrs. A. P. Gabbard Is still suffering with rheumatism. Tho Goochland sloro is doing a hustling business ul present. The farmers aro very badly behind wilh their farm work at present. Thomas Clark passed thru our town yesterday onrouto lo Clo-vBottom. erts Potts' GOLD DUST Flour SMILE. or THERE IS A REASON-GO- OD BREAD. For Sale By All Grocers Phone 156-- 3 R. L. POTTS & SON Whitti Station, Ky. Kingston Johnetta Kingston. May 10. A good many JoluiPtla, May 8. Thoro was a poople from horo attended Pilot vury largo tide horo yoitorday. Knob eliuroh, Sunday. Gilbert mil Clyde Chumluy, of Harlan town, was liard was homo last week with his visiting rolnUvos, hers last week. family in Kingston. Mrs. Lawrenco Ho returned homo Thursday, the David Abney's daughter has MADISON COUNTY been very sick the past week. Miss Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, May 11. Mrs. Fannie Abney was in ML Veron week before last having some den- Ilehecca Johnston, of,OkIahoma, and tal work done. W. D. Abney was her daughter, Mrs. Tom Guinn, of in ML Vernon last week on business. Dayton, 0., spent Monday and Mon day night nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson. Mr. and Conway Mrs. Harvey James, of llichmond, were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. K. F. Ogg II. B. ShoeConwny, May II. maker is conducting a Singing Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kimball School at Conway; singing every mil children drove to Bluo Lick Sunday lo visit Mr. Kimball's fathSaturday afternoon and Sunday, Supt. II. F. Minter and wifo wero er. f. L. Martin, wifo nnd two small visitors al J. M. Bailey's last week. sons, Alvin nnd Karl, of Harls, wero Mr. Minter was on his way lo at visitlnpr Mr. Martin's sister, Airs. tend the Superintendents' meeting Tom Ogg, Sunday. Willio Lilly and nt llichmond, and Mrs. Minter was Bradley Long, two Vocational stu going to visit friends in Salvlsa and dents, of Berea College, spent Sun her sister, Mrs. Dlllard Couch, in day wilh Luther Ogg. C. I. Ogg, Pulaski county. Miss Bertha Dal Boroa's photographer, was In this ley visited hor aunt, Mrs. Matllo romniunity Sunday. Panola Clark. In Berea from Monday till Panola, May 10. Mr. Barrett has Wednesday of last week and had ClilT.-JnBaker, somo dental work done. Dr. Cow moved to Cedar of Jarkson county, has moved lo tha ley, of Berea, was cnlled to see house rnrenlly vacated by Walter Floyd McKnight last Saturday. II, B. Shoemaker was tho guest Lakes. Wilgus Hunter is trying by Mrs. of Mrs. Mary Bailoy Sunday after petition to restore, tho Voglo posl-nfll- ro which was recently disconnoon. Everett Bailoy visited homo folks from Saturday till Monday on tinued. fllaroneo Fnrlhlng, of near his return from llichmond whore lliehmond, Is visiting his parents, ho bail been as a representative of of near Ibis place Ottio Johnson, or Tntes Creek, is tho week-en- d Union Collego in tho oratorical con lost, in which ho won tho first guest of friends nnd relatives horo. Mr. Harkinson, of Itavonna, was prize. Leonard Wynn wont to BeK, hero on business last weok. George rea Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. llix preached to n largo crowd Sat- Woods Is some bettor. Aunt Susan urday ovolng and Sunday, at Fair- - Hichardson Is dangerously ill. Mr. vltnv. Bro. Ilix is certainly a good Lulos ms sold his farm to Clayton proaohcr and ono that can interest Pearson for the sum of $1,000. Mrs. Kfllo Ovcrby, or Hagerstown, Ind, llio people (Continued on Pago Five) mes