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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 26, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918122601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 26, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S UFFK.E I3EUEA BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. O. FROST. EdilorJn-CHI.- f (.DLLEfrE al Ikt Putlnflf at lltren, Afir, im mm TTJ-v-otr- ? The citizen to ttoe Interests of the 1907 Students last year 115 mountain counties. BEdEA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTIT.KY. DECEMBEIl (X)MI' CoianteLin Io-pl1018. Knowlcdgo Is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. e Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. 2, tine IMIar and Fifty OnU Per Your. No. 26. To the Fathers and Mothers We know your biggest Wlint is your biggest is that your sons and daughters should become rewish useful men and women in the world. spected, s You hope to give them some clothes, a few and tools and perhaps even a farm. You hope besides this to give them some good principles, a little family pride, and a good deal of ambition to make the most of themselves. Most of you believe that it would be a good thing if they could have a year or more away from home at some good school. This is the way towards advancement. The government has found that the young men who had been to college made better officers than men much older than themselves who had not had this advantage. There are two things that hinder parents from sending their sons and daughters away to school. One is that they put it olf from year to year. It is something that they never have done and they do not bring themselves up to the resolution to start in and do it. The other hindrance is that they have been afraid it would cost too much money. Now many schools are too expensive forcommon people. Berea has been established on purpose to meet this difficulty. The cost of things at Berea is made as low as possible, and all students earn some money while they are attending school. It is the fashion in Berea not to be extravagant. If you will study the taile of expenses on page six you will see that any student can have a twelve weeks' winter term at Berea for less than forty dollars, and canearn a part of that amount. The best thing you can give your son or daughter the thing which they can never lose, and which will never go out of fashion, or rust, or decay is an education. wish? well-to-dnick-nack- BEREA'S RECORD, more this year from VIENNA WANTt World News severe, Students earned by manual labor while in school over $40,000. Demand for Berea trained teachers greater than can be supplied. Ilussia is likely to experience a famlno during tho wintor months. There arc sections in tho north that arc isolated in location nnd Other American, placesaro not productive. Austria Sends Pica for also will suffer from tho British and French to distribute supplies. ALLIES' AhMY To the Boys Some of you had a great time being in the army, and some of you were a little too young; for all of you the question is what next? Think of this! If you aniver to get any more education or training now is the time. The fact is, most boys are really more important than they think themselves. It makes a great deal of difference to their folks and theircommunity what kind of men A good many boys think they can be they become. great men without trying wry hard, but too few understand what great men they might be if they should try hard enough! See this picture of Lincoln studying at nightl He did not have the best chance; he did not have a teacher, and he did not begin as young as he should, but he did the best he could. He worked hard and he was never sorry for any studving he ever did. IHKaiHwV'yKH laBBlMTWiBBTlrtlBaM jHfiflalaaH The Peace Congress is being delayed somewhat on account or iho great amount of work that lias to bo IN CAPITAL FEAR REVOLT done in order to prepare for so large an assemblage of delegates as will The same of county agriEnglish Governor of Cologne Orden come together at Versailles. In the cultural agents. meantime, much preliminary work Workmen and Soldiers' Council! is being done and many undcrntand-ing- s to Discontinue Their Activiof trained The will l)c reached before the forties on Rhine. mal meetings lake place. nurses. Paris, Dei'. -- ). Zurich newspapers printed n Vlentm dispatch currying The same of bookkeepPresident Wilson is expected to the report that the Austrian govern-raen- t visit England this week and is suro ers and stenographers. disturbfresh "In order to of a cordial reception. Lloyd Gcorgo ances" had asked the allied ituthoritles had intended to meet him in France, capiThe same of carpenters, to occupy the of French, Hrltlsh but has found it difficult to bo away tal. Tho printers, blacksmitno, farmers and American troops for this purpose at this time. It is suggested thf)t the was requested. and housekeepers. two countries are not so far apart on the matter of the freedom of the Asccmbly to Meet at Frankfort. .. Many Doctor I.uppe, mayor of Frankfort seas as nt first appeared. by on the Main, announces that tho Ger- things can bo accomplished . will meet these personal man national nsscipbly conferences that there. Chief Murgomuster Vngt has would have been impossible by corBerea College, and its allied gone to Merlin to make arrangements respondence. for a meeting. schools or departments Normal The conference which will elect a Germany lias caused it to bo School, Vocational Schools, Acad- president of the Oermnn republic will assemble December S!9. n Merlin dis- known that she inlonds to mako emy and Foundation Schools has good her credit, and will not repatch stuted. been arranged on purpose to give Ger- pudiate any of the loans which sho Count vim Mrockilorff-Unntznu- , the best invitation, welcome and man minister to Denmark, has been lias madCyThis "shows good judgminister of (iermnny advancement to the boys and girls appointed foreignDr. W. S. Solf, accord- ment, as no nation can exist withIn succession to out credit. However burdensomo of the southern mountains. ing to reports to Copenhagen from the indemnity placed on Germany, Merlin. The managers of Berea have tho must nlso pay that in order to British Oust German Councils. considered what the mountains The MrltMl governor of Cologne has establish the confidence of other naneed, and they have arranged ordered the workmen and soldiers' tions. courses of instruction in farming, councils to discontinue their activities at once on both banks of the Uhlne Tho German minister to Mexico, household management, carpen- and to evacuate all public buildings. Eckbardt, has been recalled by the try, blacksmithing, printing and Bohemia Cut Off by Czechs. Ho was rather new government. teachnursing, besides ol With jhu occupation of Kger and slow In realizing his failuro and s seem had to have a second summons. Ho ing which ought to include a little Uelchcnberg the to have nil of German Mohetnlni com- sought in every' way to turn Mexico of all the rest. pletely cut off from Germnn ustrla. against tho United States and sucThere is something good for German Mohemln Is unable .to resist, ceeded in getting quite a following since the Austrian army does not exist. every comer. Austria Is- - the only country the anny among tho masses of tho people. Berea's record noted above of which has been demobilized, If this Tho famous Zimmerman letter was shows how well she has succeed, term is applicable to the disordered directed to him. scattering of returning troops. The ed With. students who have come on the other hand, There is some talk of Count flern-slor- ff to her in other years. The great have kept their forces Intact and have being given a place In tho new recruits. a new est and best opening ever known even mobilizedBohemianclass of 02 miles Gorman government. Ho has taken town Kger Is a pains to deny any connections with will be next New Year's Day. west of Prague. It Is built on n steep eminence and was formerly an Impor- the plot,s discovered in the United Berea invites every young man tant fortress. Hrlchenherg Is r8 mllea states while he was serving as tho in the mountains and his sister to northeast of I'rague. Tho ambassador from Germany. be on hand! burden of proof, however, will rest on him boforo ho can bo acceptable PLAN AIRPLANE FLIGHT to the United States. Ho, insists that ho lias always been favorablo to a league of nations. Troops. same aId n Austro-Hungnrla- BEREA'S INVITATION the-scho- Czecho-Slovak- Czecho-Stovnk- U. S. News CAPTAIN R. A. BARTLET TO LEAD THAT WILL BE President Wilson visited the lied EXPEDITION ' XT-- -. r SENT TO ARCTICS IN PLANES. Cross Hospital at Neuilly. He shook hands and talked with the men and expressed gratification over tho excellent care being given to the Aero Club Is To Finance Trip of Base Will Be Established wounded soldiers. at Cape Columbia For Journey Into the "L'ands of Ice." Major Middle, American ace, who has won tho Croix de Guerre, states Western Newspaper Union News Service. that it took eighteen battles in the New York. An expedition to be led air before lie brought down his first by Captain Hubert A. Martlott, noted explorer, will bo sent to tho polur German plane. regions next June to survey the north pole by airplane, according to , .j... A new i ccuni yyus sui ny ii.. uu- uiu here by the Aero Club of Vrt.1... ..mint.... nt nu- lli'llill UUI1IV3 ui im; uuuiiii uu America. Tho plan, it was said, was o Jesse Miller, graduate of the vember 1, the date of the last call. conceived by Hear Admiral Mobcrt K. of Law, University of KentucEy, 19,821,-1- 0 Peary, discoverer of the pole. The The resources aggregated is now Captain Miller, personal aido purpose of this expedition, which It 1,000. to General Crowder. Captain Milwas said would be the most completely ler was practicing law successfully equipped ever sent out, will be to "exIleports from 10 per cent of tho plore, survey and photograph the unin Lexington before ho entered tho disexplored parts of the Arctic regions service. Ho nttended tho first off- lied Cross chapters in twelve icers' Training Camp at Ft. Benjamin tricts show that 13,000,000 persons and establish the existence or nonexhave enrolled in tho Christmas roll-ca- ll. istence of land or lands In that region." Harrison. It also Is Intended, according to the announcement, "to explore the upper air and the bottom of the polar basin." Tho Kentucky Association of Bap DeTho American Committee for Itcsmts of inestimable value to the tists, at thoir annual convention held Day, United States and to at Campbcllsvlllo last week, voted to vastated France, on ChristinasAmeri- surely bo obtained from science will this expedidecorated tho graves of 3,000 raiso tho largest educational fund tion, said the announcement, which can heroes. over laken by tho association or by added that the club would raise . i ' $250,000 to finance the trip. tho Baptist church in tho State. Included among tho 3,386 names Tho fund is to bo $1,400,000, and In (he casualty list announced by tho tho "drivo" will start as soon as WALTER HINES PAGE DIES clerical arrangements can War Department, Monday, weco fifty-follfty-oig- ht Kentucklans, bo made. Tho money will bo diTennes-seeanHe Had Vevoted Year to Literary vided between tho Baptist schools Indlanans and ninety-seve- n Appointment of Diplomat tho stato. It will bo dovoled enof Was Popular Abroad, tirely) to educational uses. Preliminary peace negotiations Plnehurst, N. G. Walter Illnes Page, ofNew York, former American As a result of a shooting affray are runterini: around President Wil over a gamo of dlco at Pin'i Knott, son, according to diehard V. Oula-- 1 Ambassador to the Court of St. James, dlseuso here. Mr. Page Sunday night, George Wilson and linn. Allied statesmen are realizing died of heart post In England because resigned his Morgan wero mortally wound- Dial tint President is not in Paris ast of Illness. Ho returned to Now York John bar-- 1 ed, Wilson dying upon arrival at a lif tutor, but to seek to bring October 12 In a critical condition' atd tho hospital, and a report says that inouy out of the conllicting claims.! was hurried from the ship to St. Luke's Hospital, New York. During Morgan is dead at St. Anthony Hos- In u speech at Carlisle, Pa., Vice the first few weeks his condition appltal, Loulsvillo, where ho was taken after being wounded. Tho president Marshall urged a big mer- peared to Improve steadily. Lute tn as reported to Tho chant mariiio for tho United Stales. November, however, he suffered a to tragedy, but rallied and was brought Somerset Journal, was tho result Ho also advocated u league of na- Plnehurst about ten days ugo, For u of a difllculty between Gcorgo tions and voiced opposition to Gov- short period after reuchlug hero he apWilson and John Morgan, who, ernment ownership and ship parently gained Mrcngth, but ho grew appreciably weaker (ConUnnsd onFsa Mrs) The President of Portugal, Senor assassinated in his country. Comments on the event indicate that ho was out of harmony with tho 'republican element and was trying to usurp power. Leading opponents of tho president would disappear or suffer exilo and his death is to bo interpreted as a return to democracy. Paes, was recently Kentucky News Spain is struggling with ,n problem in the demand of Catalonia for nn,nn-nounceme- l" Col-leg- ABRAHAM LINCOLN an independent government. Advantage is being taken of tho prinwhich ciple of has been s.o strongly voiced of lato. S'omo grounds of difference exist, a9 it is n border province. Tho request Is being parried nnd will doubtless be put off until tho meeting of tho Cortes. President Wilson has been honordegreo from the snrbonne, the famous univorsity of France. This Is tho first timo it has over conferred an honorary degree. Tho president utilized tho occasion to express some remarkably fine sentiments in regard to tho importance of holding in mind tho welfare of tho great ma9s of tho people in the plans for settlement, if tho Congress is not to be mado an object of reproach. ed by a doctor's To the Girls The number of girls 'attending the different depart-- , ments at Berea nearly doubled last year. Three new buildings for girls, $ach holding over one hundred, have recently'been built, and they will all be full this winter besides several Have you not seen the improvement in girls who have been away from home to school for a term or a year? They meet young people from a great many different places and have a chance to pick their friends from a large number, and there are wonderful courses now arranged for young ladies Home Science, Nursing and a great many more. Remember that if you are ever to get some education you will have to get it while you are young. older-buildings. ur s. La-bo- CONTENTS Editorials: To tho Fathers and Mothers, To the Hoys, To tin) Girls, Horoa's llecord, Berea's Invitation. World anil Stale News. News. School PAGE 3. School Societies. PAGE 3. To tho Tcaohors of Jtu- ral Schools. New Method of En. luring Herea This Year, PAGE 1. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. Local News. The Tragedy or tho 20th Peace. Century. Safeguarding Immigration. PAGE C. Farm and Home Departments. PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson. Temperance Notes. Poems. SerlaJ Story. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Now. Ileal Estato Advertisement. Germany is worried at thu attitude of Poland in seeking an. outlet to the pea. Tho most favorable place is Dansig. on tho Baltic Sea. Tills know that' tho great musician, H representing his country part of Prussian territory. Poland has tho tradition of a largo domain in her early history and the peoplo are ambitious. It is interesting to i, know that tho great musician, is. representing his country in many of the conferences with American and European statesmen. ki, Pada-wesk- A warning has been sounded that tho liquor interests of tho United (Coollnind on Pg firs) What is Your Greatest Desire for the New Year? Pa Two THE CITIZEN December M, itii. College Department Acting Dean Robertson Tho end of tho war brings with it now duties and now opportunities. Tho new year is a timo to mako big Why not rcsolvo to resolutions. como to College? Tho last four years havo made plain the value of an education. Tho United Stales government has depended largely on college trained men for its officer material. Tho Department of War put education into tho army to raiso tho standard of tho rank and file. Every camp, in the country has bad its school. In these days thcro is liltlo need to argue or explain the value of an education for a boy or girl. Parents know it well enough. Boys and girls aro eager for it. Tho troublo is that so fow real ire they can have tho education. They aro held back by tho expense. Bcrea was created to meet this very need. Its founders and donors havo had tho matter of expenso in mind all the time. Bcrea makes it possiblo for any boy or girl, with good health, with grit and ambition, to gat an education and bo better wlio nro ready to begin High School, or, as wo call it, Academy. Theso courses recite moro times n week than tho regular courses nnd so students who begin thoso studies will bo nblq to finish n year's work each of thoso three studies. Stu- -' dents usually carry four studies a car, but thoso who begin theso courses In January carry only thrco studies, and so they nro not over worked by having tholr classes meet eight times n week. There are also somo beginners nnd somo advanced classes which com menced inst September, Into wtilcli Dean Matheny students will bo admitted; for example, mental nrithmelic, English, To the boy who helped on tho farm history nnd tho social sciences. fall, this Students who go into theso clase3 To the girl who wants to go to nro ablo to complcto nt least a half school but could not start last year's work. September, The Academy hns two scparato To tho boy who was unsettled in' courses. Tho prcpnrnlory courso is his plans in September bocauso tho four-ye- ar courso which pro of tho war, pores si student directly for college, not get away I To tlie girl who could ho English course Is for thoso who to school when tho other boys' do not intend to go to college but j came to Bcrea, nnd cirls who want moro education. Thcro Here Is a mcssago for you: aro somo classes In both of theso Why waste this precious year of course into which students may your life just because you could not enter nt the beginning of tho winter ccmo to Bcrea last September? Wo term. have mailc plans for you. Wo havo Tho teachers of Bcrea Academy p. room for each of you, a chair nt believe that the student's first duty llio boarding hall, a class room is tp study. They try to mako it warmed for you nnd teachers al- -' easy for you to develop good study-habit- s. ready hired for you. Wc know thnt( They require cacli student you would want to start in school to be in his own room after 7:3(1 again, so wc have been getting ready each school night. Onco a month ' for you. the rethey post in the class-rooWhen school opens on the first of cord which each student hns mado January, tho Academy Department in hi class-wor- k. So you see, it of Berca College will begin some pays to study. new courses for you who could not But tho Academy believes also cmo to school last fall. Classes will in play. This department has nn bo started in algebra, physical gco- - "thlelie field of its own near the Academy Department praphy nnd English fop students Academy campus. It nlso lias two athletic clubs, the Odds nnd Ilia A ' .1 El'El'H COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETT prepared to tako advanlago of opportunities that open in increasing number. Wo aro talking much about democracy in theso days. That word moans an equal chanco for all. It means a chanco for tho poor man's children as well as tho rich. It means a chanco for tho boy nnd girl from tho country as well as tho city. It means a chanco for tho boy and girl from tho mountains as well as tho Blue Grass. Berca College has been hero for many years. It is widely and favorably known. Tho leading men of tho nation aro its friends and supporters. Tho College ha3 graduated men and women who nro now holding important places in lifo Its doors aro wide open to receivo tho many moro who ought to como. Tho new tc'rm opens January 1. Old students who havo been in tho camps nt various points will uo back. New students will bo hero to got ready for tho now opportunities opened up by tho war. An attractive program of work has been prepared for tho winter term, with courses adapted to tho new needs. Tho new year will bo n good timo to mako a rcsolvo to como to Berca. Vy&HT ' JHkj PjH m' V MHkT Evens. All Academy boys nnd girls belong to tho ouo or tho other of theso two clubs nnd wo certainly liavo jolly limes when tho Odds play tho Evens. On Thanksgiving after-i- n noon tho Odds won, but tho Evens nro expecting soma of you boys and girls who como in nflcr Christmas to help them beat tho Odds as they deserve to bo beaten. Tho Academy has six mon teachers. Of course, it has women teachers too, but the Academy believei that it is rood for bovs of high school ngo to havo plenty of mon' teachers on tho teaching forco. When it romes to athletics, tho men j teachers nro suro to bo on hand to. haro in die fun. And literary societies I Three of them? No. Four of them? No. Sevon of them, three for girls and four for boys. Ench society holds, its regular meeting with n literary program on Saturday night at 7:30 nnd nny, student who is willing to cttend regulnrly rtnd to tako pnrt in the progrnms is cllglblo to member--shi- p. They debalo every conceivable subject. They prepare dig- -' nlficd orations. They report current) news. They write stories nnd, would you bclicvo it, they sometimes nc- -j VARSITY BASKET-BAL- L TEAM lually indulgo in such frivolities nsi jukes. Then when their critic has told them how well they did (n't) do, Herca College offers tho common Foundation tliev nil go home singing, branches in every grado lo student "For wo'ro nil good fellows, who are not sulllcicnlly advanced to And we're each tho other's friend." enter tho higher departments. Tho week beforo Christmas vaBeside the common branches, tho cation, the societies had a short Department gives work in cooking, story contest in Upper Chapel, each -wing, Bible, agriculture, music, society presenting ono competitor. drawing and woodwork. The stuI Ono of tho ojrls' And think of it dents of Ibis department enjoy the societies, Sororian, carried off tho lectures, concerts, moving pictures, pennant for tho first prize. This ftc, the samo as tho othor departwinter nnd spring, tho societies nro, ments do. going to havo public meetings for) Only students oyer fifteen years showing off their society work anJi old are admitted. Many of them aro they aro also going to havo declatwenty-fiv- e or uioro. Every year, mation contests and debates witli some students enter who have novcr These societies need' ono. another. (ecu lo school, others who havo atyou. They will welcomo you with tended very little, anil can barely tho heartiest kind of n greeting, i read, although they aro mature men I had lime. I would tell you' If and women. Usually theso students, nls0 about our Acndemy chapel and because of age and oxperienco nnd good things visiters say about tho other things, mnke rapid progress merit-demeit. I would tell you about our r.nd advancement, usunlly two or system, about our Dean three grades in n year. Mnthony, who lives on' tho campus They nro not embarrassed becnuso Superintendent Edwards nnd is tho very best friend of every they nro nlwnvs placed In a class singlo student in tho department. of others who aro as low No structure can bo strong unless I wish I could loll you nbout whnt n hoys it has a good foundation. This is M "'"i"'lvos. Many of them havo set of m mis, and aro nnd girls flock nround tho Academy true in nn educntion the same ns in wi'"nnlly lino no1 'nrt,uir advanced because, for buildings. Hunt up an old Academy a building. lliey hnve not an student and nsk him nbout somo of So nftnn'u-- son ntmlnnta wlin nro Hnm" reili.n. to go to school had things. No, just como and sco not happy in their work, and who PPrliinlly those , ,in-rii,,.l Now classes will bo started tho ,.f nimi f for yourself, ,lho P"08 ,fr The Academy door is open. Come reason than that they aro attempt-- ! iwin,or Irm f ! m. l .tit .....pt. f. i ,..im,i, Hi... -- .. uhw wiiii riMiiu not. liuum uiu iuu vtiiif i iiii.ii fciiuj ,"r ill term. The winter term always not prepared. Mrs. E. S. Pock, Tho Foundation Department of brings a large number of young Professor of History men and young women from tho farms, I here who can only remain in school thru the winter. Special arrangements nro mado to glvo this class of students thoso subjects thnt will be most useful to them. Expcnsos Need Not Keep Anyone Out of Foundation Schools "Students can livo in Bcrea College cheaper than at home." Tha dopnrlmcnl lias what is known as School." Its pur-po- so "The Half-Da- y is to furnish an opportunity for students who havo very litlio money with which to get an eduK)1" AWmMwi A:-' cation. Fourteen dollars nnd sixty cents ($tl.r0) paid when tho student enters, with thirty hours' work cacli week, pays tuition, board nnd room. Tho rooms aro furnished, light nnd heat free, books are loaned to all Foundation studciiU. Et- kx Every year, n number of Foundation students make toaohers' certificates and teach school, somo of them on first class certificates. Tho Foundation School enrolled last year more than six hundred students, and this year tho attendance will he much larger than that of ACADEMY LITERARY SOCIETY last year Department m ( rit , fun-lovin- g, hard-worki- ng v 1 i- - ! ILm Sv'lr DiiflK-- ImKr mwKfr 11 mm Han VOCATIONAL GRADUATES FOUNDATION GRADUATES December 2fl, 1918. TI1K CITIZEN Pace Three Agriculture, Public Speaking, Psychology, Drawing, Methods of Teaching and Practice Teaching. Students attending Berca Normal School, who desire to do so, may lako work in liiu Berca Vocational School or Borca Academy in addition to the work offered In tho Normal School. Berca Normal School and Berca Academy are fully accredited by tho Slalo University and tho Kentucky Association of Colleges. Can I Secure a Certificate on the Record of My Work Don at Berea! To the Teachers of the Rural Schools of Appalachia You are doubtless now asking yourself dred sludonts the question: "What school shall I attend this winter?" Theso facts about Berca will help you to answer this question. Tlio Berca College Cnnipus contains ver one hundred and forty sores. It has rU own wntor works, olcclrio lighting and team heating plants. Berca has the largest eollego library In Kentucky and an unusual laboratory equipment for the teaching of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ajrrlaullure, and Domcsllo Science. The dormitories aro modern and steam heated, electric lightod, with bods, bedding and all nocossary furnishings. The Boarding Halls with Bakery, Cannery, Ico Plant, Dairy, Sloro Rooms and Dining Rooms aro managed with skill and prudence, and the student is charged for board only enough to cover the actual cost of food, labor and repairs. The Store make it possible for the student to secure booksand supplies at tho lowest prices. Thero is n hospital with doctors nnd nurses to caro for students who may bo ill. Medical examination and csro are given students without charge. Six hun well-equipp- fall, with have had Inluenia this but one doalh. My Meeds) special courses In school branches, School Organization and Management, the regular High School and Academy subjects of Mathematics, English, History, Science, etc., also Domcsllo Science, Rural Sociology, Manual Training, Music, Does Does Berea Normal School Meet He Pea Normal School directs Its attention especially to tho preparation of teachers for tho rural school. Wc do this because of the unusual demand nl present for rural teachers and also becauso of our belief that tho teacher for the rural school has nn excellent foundation for any form of teaching. In connection with Berca Normal School Training School there is n in chargo of specially trained teachers, whoro students of tho Normal School may observe In practice tho best methods of leaching the common school branches in a graded school. Wo have also two rural schools located tlirco miles and four milt'9 repcctlvcly from the Normal School campus, to which our students aro carried in automobiles for the purpose of observing tho best methods of organizing, managing and leaching a rural school. Tho courses offered in Berca Normal School include roviow of tho common ono-leach- er well-equippwell-equipp- ed one-teac- her Short Terms? The arrangement of the work at Berea it Pay to Attend School for Doan McAllister Yes; tho Slalo Board of Regents for Normal School Inspection, appointed by Governor Stanley under tho law of 1018, inspected Berca Normal School on October 4th nnd Cth. Their report to the State Board of Education recommended that the Elementary and Intermediate Certificates be granted to students of Berca Normal School on tho same conditions as they have been granted to students of tho Slato Normal Schools. The State Board of Education fully adopted this report of the Slato Board of Regents for Normal School Inspection, and under date of October 22, 1918, notified Berca Normal School of its action. Berea Normal School is thus placed upon the same fooling as the Stato Normal Schools in tho matter of granting theso certificates, by terms makes it possible for ono to teach a district school, yet keep os wllk his education. Each study li completed in a torm. A student may enter at the beginning of any term and begin any work which ho may desire, with the knowledge that he will bo able to complete his work and got full credit for It if he remains but ono term. In this way students with limited means may easily earn, whilo leaching, enough to meet all tholr expenses whllo attending school the balanre of tho year. By completing the work of tho winter and spring terms, tho student has done of n year's work, and so by attending three winter and spring terms, ho will havo completed as much work as if ho had remained In school during two regular school years, while at tho same lime ho has earned tho salary for teaching three schools. Tho ambitious young man and woman, In this way, Is employing his full time, nnd in a most profitable manner. Expenses two-thirds One can live In Herea Normal School at a col than lie can remain nl heme Hoard, room, Incidental fee, together mount lo but $jo.oo for the winter term for men ; for women, $37-- Under Mich condition It Is cheaper than vlnitlrig around. Write Secrctarr Vnuphn for hill particulars. Ics New Method of Entering School This Year Tho method of entering school at up for labor, getting keys for rooms, Berea this winter has been changed nod settling their bills. Tho College and Vocational desomewhat from tho past, in order to make it easier for both old and partments will sco their Deans imnew students. Noto tho following mediately after leaving the Chopol and Ladies Hall, and then will go to procedure. All students hold their Irunlt Lincoln Hall and settle at tho Treaso. urer's office. This new method checks until they arrive at tho The girls will go immediately means that only two trips will bo , to Ladies Hall whoro they will sea necessary after leaving the railroad Miss Bowcrsox, and Iho hoys go to station until tho sludent is through tho Chapel, where tho Secretary is entering. Bear in mind that tho first pay- -, temporarily located. There will ho a clerk at each place lo collect tho mcnt to the school must ho in cash, trunk checks and 20 cents from each and all labor arrangements for tho person who wishes a trunk deliv- term should bo mado after tho. aaaEaaaKaakavV jBiJvBBflJBSBHa LHSKMKLjBm Treasurer is paid. ered lo his dormitory room. In the Chapel, all boys, both now, Got established in your room with nnd old, will mako their general your trunk safe, and your bills setdeposit of one dollar nnd labor de- tled, before you begin lo buy books posit of ono dollar, and receive their' and other necessities. permit to register from tho S'ecre-- j It is important that you do not tnry. If Iho dollar ha3 already been give your trunk check to any ono NORMAL LITERARY SOCIETY deposited, tho hoys will still need at the station or on tho train, as NORMAL LITERARY SOCIETY to go to tho Chapel to get a permit trunk checks have been lost by oul-sid- o people hauling them. Tho colto register. The girls will mako deposits and. lege will not bo responsible for any RED CROSS NOTES interest you havo shown in regard got permits to register at Lndics trunk lost unless the check is deto my dear son's welfare. I apprelivered at the eollego office. Hall. Kxeerpts of letters from families ciate it moro than words can tell A Chance for Quick Preparation to Render a Great SerAfter students havo received tho All money above first settlement of prisoners of war just rcccUed and assure you that your letter took vice Better Than School Teaching! instructions which tho Secretary should he deposited with the Treas- at Lake Division headquarters show somo load from my heart. Thanking nnd Miss Bowersox wish to give, urer for safe keeping. added proof of the aid which the Red you in the name of tho entire Who would not liku to he a Red recently selected Berea as a place both boys and girls go directly to Wishing you n Happy New Year, Cross has been able to give to prison- family, etc." Department which I am, for the training of such workers nnd the Dean of tho Cross Worker? I ers. Some of theso letters road: Tho Red Cross propose.- - lo send the training will begin January i. thoy. wish to enter. 1. "I received your letter, telling Red Cross Honfo Service, canteca Cordially yours, Tho Academy, Normal and Founa worker, man or woman, into every Knelt prospective worker will do me where my son was located and and motor corps workers thruout MARSHALL K. VAUGHN, county to help the returning sol- about one-thihis or her work in dation departments will finish their must thank you a thousand times Ohio, Indiana nnd Kentucky aro busy Secretary for looking my son up for me. Tho meeting War Department requests diers get tho aid to which thoy arc special Red Cross branches, nnd the entranco with their Dean, signing entitled, and to look after all oases rest in other subjects like hygiene, Red Cross is sure doing somo won- for Red Cros3 assistanco whilo solof sickness and need, and orgauizo American Stenography, History, derful work for us mothers and our diers are being demobilized from and lead the people Hi nil lines of winch will he helpful. Several disboys. I cried for joy when I re- military training camps. community bellormout. It is wonWord has been. sent out from Lake ceived your letters telling mo how tinguished men will be scut to Berea derful what soino workers haw to write to my son and all the infor- Division Red Cross headquarters in to give special lectures and instrucdone already. mation that you sent mo. I must Cleveland to chapter Home Service Two Red Cnxss committees havo tion in the Red Cims Course. again thank you for what you havo Sections, canteen and motor corps, instructing them to provide indono for me." ' our literature and through overy- FREE AID TO TEACUERS 2. "My good wifo and I can novor creased scrvico at railroad depots. . t : 1. .1 uuy cuuiacii 1.. me. sunuoi, uinpiiusuu in fully express to you tho appreciaTho Red Cross field directors at School Life is a of strength divorced, futility lli tion we feel toward you for helping all tho military training camps and , li:irliii's" iniirnul hv the Bureau of from righteousness; us to locate and extend help to him chapter canteen workers are renEducation, Washington, D. C, and Interpret history so a3 to rovcal who is dearer lo us than oven lifo dering emergency nid. Homo servico is sent freo to teachers who write tho enduring Anglo-Saxprinciples itself our only son and all tho child Sections aro nicking loans of money for it- - It is truo to Us name, and of personal liberty to which tho tho Good Lord ever saw fit lo givo in some instances as well 83 giving will bring fresh life nnd strength, President has given such eloquent us Lieut. Paul N. Montaguo. All information and other servico to reto teacher and school aliko. Wrilo expression; Iho good news wo ever had of him turning men. for it at once, read it, and then pass law wrs the result of your assiduous Promote tho physical well-beiit on. LEAGUE OF NATIONS efTorls." f pupils; Tho quotations below are from you sincerely for 3. Thanking Uso methods of discipline which tho December i Issuo: your kind efforts in locating my Premier Lloyd George, at a rewill foster initiative and sponlanoity Every Teacher Should , Your cent address in London, staled that son- - prisoner i n Germany. coupled with courtesy, Let tho thrilling events of th? kindness has certainly relieved my he favors a Lcaguo of Nations beand prompt obedience; present not only color, but also conmind n great deal. I think your cause, while it might rot altogether Mako tho utmost possiblo effort stitute tho coro of tho subject matRed Cross has proved a wonderful prevent war, it would add greatly in ter of instruction in elementary and m to interest pupils in their own organization to us anxious mothers the difficulties of making war. Ho schooling thiit dropping out, nnd high school; in locating our poor hoys so prompt- plated that the prcsenco of a huge Bo aggressively patriotic in word iivenilc delinquency will bo reduced ly. Wishing you every success, and army in any country constitutes a and deed in upholding tho standards lo n minimum. I know God will reward you for continual temptation to tho rulers sot by President Wilson, and in your kindness, and hopo this cruel of such country to mako war, and ACADEMY LITERARY SOCIETY William L. Ettinger, furthering all treasures which our war will soon bo over." that for this reason, tho practice Superintendent of Publlo Schools, Nction sees fit to enforco; accept my sincere should be discontinued thruout the . "Plcaso Through tho ideals embodied in Now York City. grntiludo for tho kind letter and tho whole world. col-leg- Red Cross Training at Berea rd 11 BBBaB2lBvKiBVfe39 semi-month- ly on ng Jyyiy, jfprL IEjljjbaawlv jj Prof. F. 0, Clark, Deau of Vocational School Y M. C. A. CABINET BfmH BjBHBmnMHBiM. 2M9aaaaaaaaaaBaail SOCIETY COLLEGE LITERARY Pago Four TUB CITIZEN December WITH THE CHURCHES 2ft, (916: Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- - Surgery, Care in Child-birt- h, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Rohert II. Cowley, Harlan Dudley. M. D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent Mrs. Helen Stearn Sharpe, R. N., Assistant M.D., Physician LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF UEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Wanted Oil leases lo develop in Lee, Wolfe, Owsley, Magoffin, John-so- n and Jackson or Breathitt. Room Scieutlllc liorso shooing, tine iron work and repairs of all descriptions it Lexington Banking & Trust Co. adp. at the College Blacksmith Shop, Bldg., Lexington, Kentucky. Ensign Arvid O. Silcr, of the U. S Main Street, north of The Citizen S. Raleigh, recently obtained his Office. Best Blacksmithing We Sell hats and sell them right. ad. Laura Jones. Stephen II. Rice, who hashecn a member or the S.AJ.T.C. at j5tat University, was in Uerea the first of the week. Mr. Ilice was a member of the Academy Class of '18. D. Lloyd Lawson, president of the Academy class of '18, was a Uerea visitor tlie first of the week. Mr. Lawson1 has been stationed at Camp Iluell for the past few months. Ho has been in the headquarters company and missed the O. T. C. only on account of sickness. Ribbon Sale Genuine Bargains at Fishs Herman Mahaffcy, a member of the , was in Uerea U. S. Medical Ileser-ethe ilrst of the week. Mr. Mahaffcy has been in school, in the Medical Department of tin I Uniycrsity or from He graduated Louisville. Berea College. Sergeant Rollins B. Carpenter, Co. C, 31 M.P., A. E. F., who was wounded in action the Ilrst of November, has completely recovered and is again at the front Belter hurry and get one of those hats at Eva Waldcn's. She is having a sale and is surely selling thcin ad. cheap. Lieut Carrol Robie, who has been stationed ;it Fort Sill, Okla., is visiting friends here this week. Lieut. Robic received a commission in tho Artillery at Camp Taylor a few months ago. Ho is a former College student and was a member of the HOtli Infantry Band now in Franco. Wm. Clark, of the U. S. Navy, is with friends and relatives attcr a few months' service Mr. Clark was a Naval Aviation motor mechanic, stationed at the Great Lakes School, prior to his discharge. We have made-- some decided reductions in ribbons and will sell them this week at money-savin- g prices. Fishs' Lieut Ralph Hudspeth, of Camp Sherman, Ohio, has been visiting his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Hudspeth, of Chestnut street Lieut. Iludr.poth received his training at Fort Benjamin Harrison and was commissioned a ilrst lieutenant. Mrs. J. P. Bicknell is spending tho week with her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Baxter in Richmond. Chas. Waters who has been in school here and who has been workstore of thu ing in tho College, has gone to his home in Kansas for tho remainder of the vacation. New hats at Laura Jones' for special Christmas sale. Walter Van Winklo is spending tlip week with friends at Farmers, (Ky.) From thero ho will g to Cincinnati to bo with relatives there. Miss Myrtle Baker is visiting friends and relatives in Berea for a few days. Miss Baker has been in Nashvillo, Tenn., for tho past few inonhs and will complete a business , I. . L. ; : i,i 1, ..,.. course inero mis spring, miss u;m.t is a graduate of tho College Department and was in charge of the Labor Office for a year. Millinery Clearance Sale now on at Fishs.' Cadet Jesso Taylor, came homo Inst Sunday from Great Lakes, III., to spend Christmas with his parents in Borea. Mr. Taylor is looking well, and speaks with enthusiasm of his lifo at tho Naval Training Station, lie will return this week. , Millinery Gifts for Christmas Thero are many Items in our stock .suitable, for Xmas gifts. Fiika' Mrs. S honorable discharge from naval service, and expects to return to his former employment in the coal business at Silush, W. Va. Mr. Silcr will be remembered by quite a number as a student in the College Department of Berea during the years of 1912-1- 3. He was in Berea last week, calling on friends and incidentally visited The Citizen office lo renew bis subscription tor another wear. Special sale of Hats at Laura Jones'. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Osborne, i f Chicago, are spending the Christmas holidays in Berea under the parental root. Mr. O.Miornc is bead or Hie Physical Science Department if the Francis Parker School in Chicago. Mr. Howard Embrce, (a grandson or Father Fee), arrived in Berea nt week, to spend the holidays with his family, who have been hero for several weeks. Mr. Emhree has been in a military Training Camp in tho South. Hats from 75c. up on sale at Eva Walden's. She is getting ready to enlargo her storo room for a bigger ad. and better lino of spring hats. Dean .ind Mrs. Edwards entertained nt dinner on Christmas Day: Miss Adelia Fox and her mother, and daughter, Mrs. Wertonbcrger Mary, and son, Karl, Mrs. Barr, Miss Morrow, Miss Ritycher and Miss Alice Atzenhocfer. Howard Hubbell, Secretary of County Y. M. C. A. Work for the Southern States, spent a day in Berea this week conrerring with local Y. M. C. A. men about the advisability of enlarging the plans for county work in tho Southland. Bert Johnson, County Agent from West Virginia, is spending the holiday season among his many friends here while visiting the home folks near Blue Lick. Willie Blevins, of the U. S. Navy is home on a furlough, and spent in Berea with his sisthe week-en- d ter, Mrs. B. II. Gabbard. New hats at Laura Jones Store. All colors in velours, soft velvet street hats and crushers. Every ono a special. Come at onco to get your choice; prices ranging from $2.00 to $.00 in tho best styles and materials. 50 new hats at 81.00 to 81.50 now on sale at Laura Jones Street, Phono 125, Berea, Ky. Mrs. Ernbcrg was in Chicago lasV week on business. Miss Delia Childs, an instructor in tho Vocational Department, left Tuesday for a few days' visit with friends at Stanton. Ned and Frick Herndon, who are both students of the Lewisburg military school, are homo for the holidays. Axel Ernberg came home at the Ilrst of the week to spend Christmas with his mother. Miss. Florence Mitchell is homo from Lexington, whero sho has been taking a course in nursing. Mrs. Wm. Clark was in Cincinnati last week, whero she was joined by her husband .Miss Bertha King stopped in Berea Saturday ami Sunday for a visit n, with friends, on her way from W. Va., to Warren, whero sho will spend the Christmas holidays at tho homo of her sister, Mrs. -Mar-linto- Union Chnroh with clasaes Tho Sunday-scho- ol for all at 0:45. Preaching sorvico at 11 a.m. A cordial invitation is oxtendod to all visitors In our city as wall as to alt citizens to unlto with us in these services. yRov. Benson II. Roberts, Pastor Christian Endeavor Christian Endeavor Sunday evening was led by R. T. Miller. Tho As topic was "Pence on Earth." A COINCIDENCE Profe-vOJesse Kami lecolved an tho topic implies, this was a Christinteresting and uniquo letter this mas service, and after a short adLweok from Joseph I'uurcu, a ter dress, by Hie leader, several persons Does mer student of tho Vocational De- gave short talks on "What Christmas Mean to Me?" let-t- or partment, now in France. Tho was addressed at Bordeaux and First Baptist Church was written on tho paper wrapping Sunday-schoat 0:15 a.m. of n tomato can, upon which was Preaching service at 11 a.m. by printed in bold type, "Packed Prayer meeting Thursday evening tho Berea Canning Co." at 7:30. Private Pearce writes that his The B. Y. P. U. service at 0:15. company was served with Berea toWo extend a hearty wolcomo to matoes and they "lasted mighty all to unilo with us in theso servgood." Rather an interesting co- ices. incidence, wo think, that n Berea Rev. E. B. English, Pastor boy should bo served with a Berea product, packed by a Berea firm and JAMES ANDERSON shipped so many miles. Private n Mr. James Anderson, a Pearce is well and is enjoying lifo resident ot tho town nnd countryin France. side, passed away at his homo on the Dixio Highway and Forest street, 149th INFANTRY BAND IN GREAT at 11:00 o'clock p. Dec. 21 WORK Death was duo to n second strokn' In n letter received from a mem- ot paralysis which happened Friday, ber o'f the Hi) Infantry Band, he December 20. For many years ho! stated that they were playing in the has been an invalid, but always full Convalescent Hospital at Savenay, or cheer for his friends. Ho was France. This band .has seven Berea known as the "children's .friend" boys in it and was recruited from and no child failed to get a wave ot Kentucky. He said it was wonder- the hand from his window. ful the way the wounded men apHe was a member or the Gladu preciated the music. Ono instance Christian Church for years. or their cheerfulness was toll. A He leaves a wife, one daughter, fellow who had lost both legs, said Mrs. Arch Kidd, three brothers, to another who had lost both arms, Messrs. Tom, W. O. and Charlie "John, I bet can beat you dancing." Anderson, two sisters, Mrs. Will Ogg aiuL Mrs. Allie Bowen, all of FOR SECRETARY TO THE PRESInear Berea, to mourn his death. But DENT AND TUE Y. M. C. A. let us not mourn, but rather reMr. Randolph Sellers, Berea Col- joice, tor Uncle Jim is reaping tho lege, 1913, whose witc was also a blessed promise or God's WordThat graduate, known as Henrietta Beech-e- r, the lame shall walk and the deal is out or the army, and com- shall hear." missioned lor the remainder or tho year to give hair his time to proI desire to express my sincere moting the Y. M. C. A. and other and heartfelt thanks to the friends, work religious and recreational relatives and neighbors for the symamong our young men, and hair to pathy and loving kindness shown in work as Executive Secretary to the tho late sorrow and bereavement in PresidenL the death of my dear husband, James Anderson. I wish to thank NOTICE I Bro. Hudspeth lor the kind words Pupils of Training School of hope, and comfort; and the singBecause of tho loss of time during ers for the beautiful hymns. tho Fall Term, duo lo tho influenza, Mrs. James Anderson nunils who wero rcsularlv enrolled last term will bo admitted during' A Parent's Best Gift for the Winter Term on payment or onc-ha- ir Son or Daughter the regular incidental tee. Is a course or BOOKKEEPING, They will be admitted on payment SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING at dollars. ol two and one-ha- lt Registration at Knapp Hall on tho LEXINGTON BUSINESS UNIWednesday, Jan. 1, 1919, at 1:30 p.m. VERSITY. Thousands ot young men and woCloyd N. McAllister, Dean. men attribute their success to this old and influential institution, among COLLEGE vs ACADEMY whom are many ot our successrul basketTho Ilrst departmental ball game or the season was played citizens. Us graduates secure tho at the College Gym. between the highest salaried positions. College College and Academy departments. open. Special inducements to solThe game was. interesting and un- diers and sailors. certain from the beginning and tho For circulars and particulars, adin favor or dress final score was 27-WILBUR R. SMITH, College. Tho two departments will LEXINGTON, KY. play another game tho latter part ot tho week, which promises to be BIRTHDAY SUPPER a very good gahic. Saturday evening, at r::ifl f.m. Miss Fay Fessenden, or tho SecreHOFFMAN RIPTON Lieut Glenn HofTman, a Berea Col-le- tary's office, gave a birthday supper student several years ago, was in honor of Miss Mahlo Coyle, at her married December 23, to Miss Rutli home in the Wertenherger house. Ripton, or Schenectady, N. Y. Miss Only n few intimate rrienils wero Itipton is the daughter of the Dean invited, who partook or a bountiful Those present were Misses i repast. of L'nion College, the same city. Lieut. Hoffman, before being called Mahlo Coyle, Ruth Billiard, Kennedy, into the service, held a good posi- Moore, 'Steenrod and Wertenber-be- r. , tion in the General Electric Works in Schoneclady. Ho is now in tho Aero service and is located at Nilcs, Ohio. n, r ol well-know1 11 go Dean Marsh, absent for service in the Army V. M. C. A., Is now stationed at Eagle Hut, Pennsylvania Ave. and Ninth St., Washington. "German Submarine Warfare' Is the name of a new book published liy Appielon, written by Col. Wosicy Frost, son of Berea'a President, who was U. S. Consul at Cork, Ireland, at the liiiiu or tile siiiKing of mo l.usi-Imiiand is now connected with the State Department at Tfie Banking Methods of Today are based upon the principles recognized and applied in the operation of the Federal Reserve System. You owe it to yourself to transact your banking busi ness with a bank which is member of this system. . Ik CASHIER Berea National Bank 9 The Prospects are Bright for A Happy New Year We anticipate a lively goods de- mand for Women's Apparel in alL lines, and have the ready for your Give Us a Call B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky IhMl eta t.l it ii. yna a'ford Hbri on nttl t unili-- ii t Ue 1 Potrr'wn ntilr ti- oances sremt lio? cholera 9rrtrr t.n luc" lermsr Oalcra RcmatsV "i 'Mti.l roTrv ...It. inrorn ' rrrrrat Drag Co. 'Leral Guarantee llotid." How "for Hog CURE Cholera Sold FOR SALE by Porter - Moor High grado, single comb Rhode Island fled cockerels. W. IL Ilunt (Ad-2Phono 181-- 4. 7) ATTENTION INSURANCE AGENTS FRUIT TREE SOLICITORS COUNTRY CANVASSERS AND SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herntoa DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky Come on to Uerea ("Set ready for tho Winter Term! Wo havo some real bargains in town property and some tarms near town worth the money asked tor them. They will nover be cheaper! and aro getting scarcer every da. Lots or people making money here on milk since the creamery opened. Why not como and get in Iho game? Wo havo what you want; it not, wo will find it tor you. See Dean at tho Uerea Hank and Trust Co.; catch Herndon on the fly. Respectfully, 1 WANTED To Take Subscription for The Cincinnati Post LIBERAL TERMS Th Mason U here when thousands of subscriptions are expiring. Write today for terms to THE CINCINNATI POST Circulation Dept. . Cincinnati, Ohio STRAYED On my premises, December 8, ono pale red pig, weight about 40 lbs. Owner may have samo by proving property and paying tor reed nnd advertising. J. W. Perkey, adp.-2- 0. West End, Berea, Ky. LOST ) ( Two hound pups; black with tan legs; also white ono with a few black spots. Strayed or stolen from my pluco at Blue Lick, Sunday, Deo. 8. Liberal reward for return of tho pups or information leading thereto. John Crawford, adp.-2Berea, Ky. C. V& Gvatatbt&rh tfc Mhrld DEAN & HERNDON, F. L. MOORE'S RedGoss ZIU lou Mod is aUfoart Join the and a Dollar Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. Jewelry Store FOR $125 For A MONTH and WOMEN MEN Firat Clata Repairing AND B. P. Jones. A. F. Scruggs was called from Berea to his old home, last week, on account of tho death of his father. pacifists predict that tho Kaiser will die of a broken hoart, while tho less sympathetic ore hopeful that his death will bo due to a br.okcn.ncck. Soft-headed of nearly 17,000,-00- 0 was shown by reports from the American Red Cross rollcull received WE BUY at National headquarters, WashingOLD FALSE TEETH ton. Many divisions reported that We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set thus far tiiey had been ablo to get (broken or not). We also pay actual value Bridge-woronly scattering returns from many (or Diamonds, old Gold Silver andpost and Send at once by parcel chapters and (his led officials to bo-- 1 receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY lievo that tho ultimate total will j PUIadeleUa. P.. Dee. X. XX)7. So. Silt SI. exceed 20.000,000. An enrollment Mm and Women, airs it to U who'ha flnlia. ed eighth grade or Ita equivalent, are wanted, Fine from each rountr, for buslneis poiltions paying-uto 1125 a month. Chances for promotion gil. We train jou. Mall KiperlenceNOTpeeeMary. MAIN ST. this: Line of Jewelry BEREA. KY. coupon DIIAL'GIION'S. Nashville. Tenn.. Box Send particulars of your proposition. (Name) (Address) -- Cot th Genuine alam?aVSa?Bawi and Avol Waal adTST Peace On Earth Good Will Among Men JIJE CITIZKN D Page Five have been Involved rather than those of selfish despots. Il has been n struggle between ntitocracy and deni.icracy. Some individual mi the successful sldo have had officials styled kings, but llicss have been rather figureheads than kings in fact. Though George V., be called King of England and Emp-ei- ,r of India, lie is about the most liaimless person In the world; and no human beings are freer than bis subjects. Tho contrary was the fact witli regatd to the several nations constituting what we called, In this war, the Central Powers. Had they won out, tlio result would have been the speedy weakening and overthrow of popular government, and the substitution i f absolute rule of autocrats and the military class thruout the world. Hiil the glorious triumph of the side upon which we havo been enrolled, sounds the death knejl of monarchical rule. All peoples will enjoy (lie blessings of free republican government, certainly as fast as their intelligence will justify it. Admitting this last consideration to be the best measure of the importance of the war, we may safely count it the most important and contest ever chronicled on the. pages of history. na-tio- nt Elliott Fisher Book-keepin- g Machine This machine writes your checks and deposits, adds deposits, subtracts checks, carries correct balances forward every day, and keeps dupliIf you want your book keeping done cate copy for our customers. this way open an account with the Berea Bank & Trust Co. thruout this country is, urging Con gress to place a ban on all immigration for a period of at least two or A family Newspaper for all that if right three joars. It is also reported that interesting true, and this proposal is approved by tho I'uLliihr-- l very Thurdjr at llrta. Ky. United States Department of Labor and many other oillcial and private BEREA PUBLISHING CO. agencies. (Incorpot aivd) WM. C. FROST. Edilorln-ChIn support of this plan, it is point ed out that, while during tho war Subscription Rates period, immigration has been at a PAYA1II.K IN AHVANCK It.M standstill, as soon as transportation On Yrar M Monlhi Sli W facilities Three Month aro available, thcro will e or Kipresa Money ho a strong disposition to flock to Send money by Order. Drift. Iterfitend letter, or on and two this country, not only on tho part cent lAfnpe. The date after your name on label ihoe to of those who would havo como hut what date your tuWrlptlon la paid. If It i not chanced within three wrrkl after renewal notify for the war during the past four as. but also by millions of Mlnin numUrs will be ldly supplied if we years, are notified, Europeans who desiro to cscapo tho Ulvral terms given to any who obtain new for us. Any one sendlnv us four yearly heavy bunions of reconstruction sukerriptions ran receive The Citiien free for work and taxation which will follow on year. Aavertliinc rales on application. tho war and which will bo partic ularly burdensomo in thoso countries SAFEGUARDING PEACE which arc called upon to pay heavy The world is glad enough to havo too, in addition peace, hut, considering the. diabolical indemnities. Then to the apprehension of a flood of pints for tlio subjugation of tho foreign immigration which might world which tho Germans so deseriously disturb labor conditions in liberately planned and so ruthlessly country, tlio question is being attempted to execute, arc wo justi-Jle- d this peace is asked, and asked persistently, as to in feeling that such immigrants coming from real and secure if these pcoplo aro whether enemy countries and do what Germany and other allowed to bo where are to tie nllowcl admission into they plcaso in tho world? the United Stale and citizenTlio administration of adequate ship on the same basis as impunishment to all migrants coming from neutral counGermans may bo impracticable, hut to tries or from thoso countries which .safety for the world would seem havo been associated with America demand that measures shall at least possible during the war. Tho view is also he taken which will make it being emphasized that somo special always to identify those who aro way responsible for this des- measures should bo taken with re in any pcoplo picable attempt to destroy or enslave ference to tho admission of from Russia and other countries world. This could bo accomthe so disastrously af plished by tho making and filing for that havo beenBolshevik movement fected by tho inference at till times, at convenient creeds which are points in every civilized country on and other similar proving so disastrous to all forms the globe, of complete identification of government. cards, (including photographs, It is obvious that, in view of tho measurements and fingerpointed out, and together with tho war re- difficulties above prints, many others which might bo readily cord as far as ascertainable) of nil enumerated, tlo immigration prob Germans beforo they aro allowed to lem is going to be n very difficult lcavo their Fatherland. ono for Consxess to deal with. How- Laws also might well bo passed ever,' its proper solution is a matter by this ami other countries pro- of1 tremendous importance for the hibiting all such persons from be- welfare of tho country and demands coming citizens or residents unless i prompt attention. they first satisfactorily establish tho taken no part fact that they have COLLEGE SOCIAL whatever in starting tho war or in Last Saturday night, the Collego outrages incident thereto German Department was entertained at tho and nre otherwise lit for such citi- home of Dr. and Mrs. .1. H. Hobori-so- n, zenship or residence. on Chestnut street, from 7:00 conThis may seem liko a very to 9:00 o'clock. Various pimes were siderable task, but it is ono which played by faculty and students. Reinis entirely feasible and which freshments were served and lie1 volves no real hardship or injustlco party dispersed at nine o'clock, after to nny Germans who aro innocent delicious refreshments, pronouncing of wrongdoing in connection with it a very enjoyable occasion. the war. It is merely a reasonable and fairly oflectivo method of keepWORLD NEWS ing tab on a pcoplo who havo de(Continued From Fsfje 0n) monstrated beyond all question that they are a mcnaco to the peace and States, after tho loss of thoir hold wolfaro of tho world. here, are planning to transfer the scene of thoir activities to China. IMMIGRATION That great country bus just rid itself llccauso of tho liklihood 0f a tre- of tho opium trafllo fastened on her mendous rush to America of immi- by England, and it is to bo hoped grants from Germany and other that our country may havo tho huKuropean countries, organized labor manity to forestall tho oyil plan. The Citizen ll-ofTtc- Her-tilh- on SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FKOM AND NOTIONS OWEN McKEE s THERE IS A REASON v RICHMOND KENTUCKY For thcro questionable places of, amusement. ferent standards of measurement. It ,ls not intended to encourage For some, the criterion Is height; for people to come to Berea for tlio pur- - othors, length; for others, length poeof getting money out of the atti nnil wlfllli nnmlilnoil flint la nrnfl! dents, and tempting them to spend fop ol Uo soIi(, conlcnt dclcf. more than they can afford. bpcndlh nn(, t,Uck. minC(, , , So the Institution has setMip ii mn, mni,,rn ln M llrst-elamoving picture machine n , p(J ar(J ( nen8Upcd .4 of its own, with lie best of music by th(ip WJtglL lit go Willi il, linn gives u nee In like manner, immaterial things tcTtnitiincnl every Wednesday night, have their different slandards of deand for the present, ovoTy Friday termination. The Importance of n night as well. war may be gauged by its duration, These "free slmws" will begin number of troops, nations or inpromptly nt (5:10 and close at 7:30 in habitants concerned, the number of tune for study hours, thus giving people slain, the expenditure of real diversion nnd nmusement at money and the destruction of properthe time when it can be most freely ty, or the gravity of interests invlov-c- d. enjoyed. In point of time, the recent For tin' beginning, there will be war has been comparatively sborL each night one reel of "fun" and Tho entire period covered was four one reel of a continued life of Lin- years and nearly three and one-ha- lf coln, showing his early home in months. Many wars have covered a Kentucky, and following him thru much longer lime. Students of his the great steps in our nations pro-- L pcw of U)o ,riply Ycars Wap gross, in Europe At one time, there was The gallery will be reserved for almost continual war between Engyoung ladies and the west side uf land and France for a full century. Whiskey Is. not a euro or a prewill bo open the house down-stai- rs Certainly no war has ever had to citizens. ventive of Influenza. so many troops under arms at a single lime, as had the recent one, KENTUCKY NEWS COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES nnd perhaps no other so many dur(Continued rrom Pos ont) Dr. Cowley is nttending impor- ing its entire continuance. This tant medical and surgical consulta- number is sometimes stated as be- in company with others, were of the College of Aria and Science, tions nnd clinics in Cleveland. ing fully forty millions. were reported killed in France, NoMrs. Hacketl also left on the 18th, combatants, As to the ntmiber of for San Antonio, Texas, where she counting stale's rather than men, vember 3 and 11 respectively. Schobcrth was a member of Comspend a few weeks with hcri will the answer is not quite so easy. In pany B, 359th Infantry. After landhusband. earlier times, mankind were divided John Lewis, of Whitosburg, Ky., into tt vast number of tribes, osten- ing in France, ho was sent immediately to tho front where ho served a Vocational student, whojias bcciT sibly independent. When a great Ho was under the hospital since early in Oct- war has occurred, doubtless a larger with distinction. nl shell fire 57 consecutive days and His mother ober, died Thursday. J number of independent people or went over the top five times, much nml brother were with him. tribes has been sometimes concerned of bis service being in tho Argonno Miss Margaret Dizncy entertained in it than of the larger nations of Forest, north of Verdun, and tho all of the Senior nurses at her home the present; but no doubt a vastly severest of it only a few days bethe evening of December 23. larger number of human beings havo fore the armistico was signed. He Mis Hose Hales, of Hose Hill, Va., belonged to tho hostile nations of and Mrs. Ada Itees, of Barbourvillc, the last four years than has been was killed November 3, according to have entered training at the Col- the case in any previous conflict. tho reporL Blcvin was in aviation servico and lege Hospital this week. And yet this has not been, as somewas killed in a trial flight in ChMiss Luciuda Combs and Miss times popularly styled, a world war. Myrtle Roberts, of the nursing staff Nearly all of the fighting has been ichester, England, November li. No are spending the holidays at home. in Europe, the smallest territory of particulars havo been received as in a dice game at Pine Knott. It is the grand divisions of the world. reported that Morgan shot Wilson BOONE TAVERN NOTES of Ami six of the sovereign powers thru the head and Wilson's brother Among the guests at the Tavern Europe have remained neutral to during the last week were Mr. and thesend. Hut for tho first time in then shot Morgan, the bullet sever ing tho spinal cord. Both tho young Mrs. Dwight Porter, of Jamestown, history, perhaps, an absoluto ma- inert aro said to bo of good familici N. Y.; Lieut U. H. Hobie of Baldins-vill- e, world's inhabitants jority of tho of McCreary County their fathers Mass,, a former Uerca student; have had some part in the war. being merchants at Pine Knott. Axed of Chicago; S. H. Our recent war can probably show Rice, Camp Huell; Shelley D. Watts, slaughter of What came near proving a disCincinnati; .Miss Virginia Wing and the greatest absolute I II l,ll,.,r. nt rtnviiliiml Oil ill- - history, though not the greatest as astrous smashup occurred at Wil-mo- ro of last Sunday, when two coaches Dr. Jessie F. Stciner, of Washington, compared with the inhabitants conof No. 11, fast passenger, due at Wil I). C.;.Miss A.lelle Howard, of Louis - ;"'e world, or the size of the vile,; Mrs. Miles E, Marsh. Miss leiHIIIlg IllllllUn. OUHIl- IIUI3 uuii- more at 11:10 a. m, jumped the track exjust south of the depot, tho accident Marsh, of resultod in almost complete Elizabeth Marsh and Jean termination of a defeated nation, being caused by a broken brake Nipa, Miss, will spend, the holidays not being beam. The cars left the track at tho at the Tavern and Jos. J. Roach, women and children spared. Terrible as somo of tho crossing near tho Lowry placo and of X. C. will be the guest of .Mr. and scenes of this war have been, they the train ran for a distanco of nearly Mrs. Mitchell. some of a mile before it was stopped, the en The Tavern looks delightfully are more than matched by the occurrences of ancient times, and gineer being unaware that anything festive, and wilhall, "very homey," even during what we style the was wrong. One of tho coaohes, in its holiday attire. after leaving tho rail, turned almost Last Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Hit- Middle Ages. If the expense of this war be meas- squaroly into tho bank at tho sido ter gave an informal tea and reception in honor of Miss Cameron. ured by money, of course it sur- of the track, and it seemed littlo Misses Dizney, Spcrry, Acklcy and passes; all previous ones, but if tlm short of miraculous, in view of their Marsh poured, nnd it proved a most expense be compared with the avail lengthy bumping run on the tics, able resources of the nations involv- that ncilier was overturned, and enjoyable event. and crew escaped in ed or with tho wealth of the world, it is far behind some others, 'lhe jury. DEPARTMENT SOCIALS The different departments of the same may be said of the wanton, or i Institution were entertained by other, destruction of property. It K. U. Hen Hake Great Sacrifice Raymond Schoberth, of Versailles, their respective deans, Saturday, must be admitted that statement; p. in, relative to this point, as to tho ones a graduate of tho Collego of Law, December 2, from 7:00-9:0- 0 nt their homes. All of tho deans preceding, must bo largely the re- University of Kentucky, and Chas, Definite infor- E. Blevins, Owingsville, a graduate showed themselves expert at other sult of conjecture. things than grading and reprimand mation is so lacking, and the as- to his death, At tho University ho ing, for everyone had a very enjoy sertions of different people so con- was a leader in Y.M.C.A. and literary flicting, that wo cannot yet speak work and was ono of tho mo3t popable lime. with deilniteness. Tho loss or lifo ular men of bis class. Keutuckians at Camp Sheridan, may never bo known, and certainly "VOCATIONAL DOINGS" is far from being known now. Some Montgomery, Ala, recently, in com The students of Vocational De partment enjoyed-- a social hour at have placed it as high as ten mil- petitive drills in which troops from Kentucky Hall on Christmas after- lions, though this is probably an all branches of the service and all sections of tho country participated, noon. A Christmas tree was in evi exaggeration. Coming now to the llnal standard were pronounced by judges to bo deuce, bearing numerous gifts for students and teachers, which were suggested, namely: the importance the equal of West Pointers. of the interests involved, our way distributed by Santa Claus Baird. W ith a service flag containing In the evening a "Tacky Party" is clearer. All the continents of tho Jesse world are in somo way connected 317 stars, nine of them in gold, it was held at the homo of Prof. Hainl, to which students and Fac with the Struggle. Wo speak of the is believed that Transylvania Col lege, at Lexington, has furnished ulty of tho Vocational Department war of 18(51 to 1805, in th United being perhaps tho most more officers to the Great War than wero invited. The guests were States, as decked out in costumes of many important one ever waged. Cer any ilher college in the South, and colors and designs, and till presented tainly momentous interests wero at likewise probably leads in the num a very "tacky appearance." Games stake, and it is presumable that, in ber of lives given to the service. and sociability prevailed for an some way, tho Interests of all mankind were affected by the result. "Cast off tho lines!" Our friend goes hour or more, after which refreshforth happy Hut in that case nearly all peoples ments wero served, and tho guests left for their respective outside tho United States might look To voyage upon an unknown sea; His smiling face turns back to us, homes with many . expressions ot upon our slrugglo with comparative having little caro as And still his cheerful volco rings good will to their genial host and Indifference, free. to the outcome. Hut people of fair hostess. intelligence in nil lands are able "Cast off tho lines-- " No fear, no doubt. to see that tho destiny of tho huA boy in a British publio school man race for ages to come, depended For God is pilot on that sea; escaped a birching becauso when in large measure upon the issue of O thou, who rulcst timo and tide, tho master, who had a sense of hu- the conflict just brought to an end. Wo trust his future courso to theo. mor, raised tho youngster's coat Most of the wars of former times "Cast off tho lines!" Goodbye, good-by- ol tails, preparatory to applying tho havo been of a personal nature. By enne, there was disclosed to view, this wo mean that they resulted With wistful looks wo search the sea; stitched on tho lad's trousers, n from the clash of selfish interests a German soldier with up- on tho part of different kings or Lot loo and inom'ry call him baek sketch of emperors. This war has been ono of In loyal hearts his homo shall bo. raised hands, crying "Kamerodl" Edward Augustus Horton ' BEREA FREE SHOWS WEDNESDAY THE TRAGEDY OF THE TWEN-ANFRIDAY NIOHTS TIETH CENTURY llorea College believes In having; all iU students have a good time. Professor Le Vant Dodge fhey are supposed to study hard, they have some niantial work nml 1. The Magnitude ot the Recent War to ilo. And they arc not allowed to visit many things, arc dif- WILL MAKE HUNS WAIT FOR FOOD Allies Will Feed France, Serbia, Belgium and Neutrals First. MUST USE HOARDED SUPPLIES Entente Has Million Tont of Enemy Shipping Available Empire Can Subsist on Food Held by ,.,,. ss - Peasants. Paris, Dec. 23. Herbert C. Hoover, American food ndmlnlstrutor, will soon come into possession of a million tons of German shipping, which will be employed In revlctunllng devastated parts of France. Serbia. Belgium and Ilouuiunln now destitute of food. The ships were wrung from the Oermuns by the nrmlstlcc commissioners without pledging that Germany would be supplied with food. Foe Must Use Hoarded Food. At present no supplies will be sent to Germany', the first relief work of the allies being planned In neutral countries. Meanwhile, It Is believed that the Germans can subsist on food stored for the use of their army and hoarded by peasants. Investigation of the A thorough food resources of the central powers Is being made and only after the needs of the entente nntlons nnd neutrals are met will supplies be diverted to enemy powers, should such nctlon be found Imperative. Hurley Visits Tours Plant. Tours, Dee. 23. E. N. Hurley of of the United Chicago, chairman States shipping board, has been the guest of Quartermaster General- - Har ry L. Rogers here while making an extensive tour of Inspection of the He Is beAmerican supply service. ing accompanied on his Journey by William S. Glbbs of the ship control committee nnd Thomos F. Logan, spe-clAmerican shipping commissioner. They ore gntherlng Information so that they may proceed Immediately with the reduction of the shipping program for the American expeditionary forces on nccount of reduced necessities since the signing of the ol armistice. Jr.. United James Wadsworth, Stntes senator from New York, Is here nnd both he and Mr. Hurley wero Impressed by the salvage plant established ln this city by the Americans. They declare It should be taken back to America Intnct to serve as a model there. 1,400,000 FRENCHMEN KILLED Statement In the Chamber of Deputies) Reveals Number Slain in War. - Paris, Dec. 23. French soldiers to were killed the number of during the war, according to a statement by the socialist deputy, Luclen Violin, ln the chamber of deputies, during an Interpellation of the government on demobilization. The toll In dead, wounded and missing paid by the six Inrgest nations ln the great war Is estimated In excess of 20,01)0,000 men. Figures so far as are based on scmlolllclal estimates. The figures of the six nations follow: Wounded and Dead. MIsstnR. Total. i.032.122 1.000,000 1W.3S5 4.066.76S 6,000,000 3,032.122 France Dritaln Italy U. 1,400.001) 1.000,000 600,000 1,400.000 1,600,000 M1.807 Germany Husala 8 M.422 I.OOO.OOO ,06,7 8.000.00D S.000.000 Grand total No report. J.230,698 The Russian figures based on estimates. are entirely KRUPPS TO PAY NO DIVIDEND Big German Munition Concern merly Big Dividend Maker; All Changed Now. For- Ifa Berlin, Dec. 23. The Krupp company ot a general meethfg decided not to pay n dividend this year. "Mie great arms concern paid a dividend of 12 per cent In each of the first two war years and 10 per cent last year. It was announced nt the meeting that when n balance was struck at tho end of June the directors decided to pay a 4 per cent dividend this year, a part of which must be taken from the surplus of 101(1. Recent developments, however, so unfavorably affected the economic situation tiat the directors were tinnblo to recommend tho payment of nny dividend. DIRECTOR OF DEFENSE BODY Qrosvenor B. Clarkson of New York Head of Council of National Defense. Washington, Dec. 23. Grosvenor B. CInikson of New York has been elected director of the council of national defenst to succeed W. S. Qifford, who recently resigned to return to private Mr. Clarkson has been secbusiness. retary of the council throughout the It was announced that telewar graphic reports from state counctln chow that practically all ot the ISO,- 000 Offense council units throughoot the country nre holding together to cooperate with the government la Berea Has Two Hospitals, But No Cases of Influenza in Either One! Iage Six THE CITIZEN December 20, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizncy, Director of Home Science HOME MAKERS WANTEDI homo-makln- ORGANIZATION FOR INCREASED PRODUCTION TRACTOR IS SOURCE OF RELIABLE POWER Outfits of Illinois Farmers Not Disabled Single Day. If Operator Is Experienced and Careful Little Trouble Is Likely to Serious Delays Will Be Exceptional. Fol-low YOUNG money-earnin- PEOPLE During the war, our most valuable lesson has been that good organiza-- , Hon is necessary for bost results. Our councils of defenso and other organizations havo helped. Rcmcm-- , bur that the extension servico anu Iho county agents and homo demonstration agents aro anxious to servo you and your family. They can servo best and reach tho greatest number of porsons thru organizations. In tho largo majority of tho counties in tho South, thcro is a county organization and community organizations of farm familios work-in- s to help the farmers of tho county and to make tho work of tho county agent and tho county home demonstration agent more effective. Somo-tim- cs this county organization is called a county council, an ndvisory council, a farm bureau or n board of control. Just now, a campaign for belter organization is on. Got in touch with tho county agent; And out about organizations; Join tho local organization if thcro is ono; if not, holp form one. Help your county ami tho county agent to meet all tho hard problems of noxl year ip farming by allying yourself with an organized body of pcoplo who aro working out a county plan of farm and home work for 1919. Get ready for tho food produotion campaign of 1019 which begins early in January; be a part of it thru organization as suggested, and get familiar with tho nced3 of the world so that you may plan your now year's work along safo lines. which nlnvcd such an Important part in KeniucKy inis past year in raising a bumper crop to help win the war, is to play an oven larger rolo this year in helping to feed the world. Official reports from over seas show that tho United Slates must come to tho rescue if tho people of tho countries devastated by war aro to bo properly cared for. Tho U. S. Boys' Working Rcscrvo in Kentucky is called upon to join hands with all other patriotio forces at homo and abroad in filling tho world-wineed. Members of the reserve aro boys from 1C to 21 years of age. While boys in both agriculture and industry aro included, special attention is paid to tho boy on the farm, whether ho is a city or town boy who goes to tho farm to work during vacation or to the country boy who helps his parents or neighbors on their farms. A meeting of tho Slato Advisory Committee of the U. S. Boys' Working Rcscrvo in Kentucky was held in the Stale Headquarters, 345 Association Building, Louisville, and plans made for tho coming year. Some of tho most prominent men in tho state aro active members of this committco and dovoto considerable time to tho work. George E. Stephens has been appointed by tho Department of labor as assistant Federal State Director and will be tho cxecutivo secretary, devoting his wliolo time to tho work. Bronze badges nnd S'ervico Gars aro now sent out to all members of the Reserve who earned thir rewards during the past year. For 30 days' work, a Bronze Badgo is given and for 75 or moro days, a Service Bar is awarded. A large number of these badges aro now being worn by proud boys in Kentucky who served their country faithfully and well. uniform has been An official adopted nnd various promipent clothing firms in tho slate are preparing to handle them. Tho uniform was adopted at a conference of national and stato officers of tho Reserve in Washington. de Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined wlln TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooklnr, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door (Prepared by the United States Department ot Agriculture.) Of more than COO trnctor owners on representative farms In Illinois who reported to a recent survey conducted by tho United States department of a report of which Is ns Farmers' Hulletln OCT, M per cent stated that their outfits were not disabled a single tiny when needed during the entire season Inst year. Of the d General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chunco for most rapid improvement Berea's Foundation School 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course ror iiiose who aro run eiputking io icuuh unu nuu uiu It also gives thru Collego and desire more general education. tho best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect lo carry it on by themselves. remaining 10 per cent the average number of dnys their tractors were out of commission when needed was five. This average, however, did not lnc'iulo one mnn who stated thnt his mnchlno wns not usable about half the time. The reports of trnctor owners Indicate that with n careful nnd proficient 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to ics.cn. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the summer nnd fall and attend sobool through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School."' 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tno straight road to uoiicgc uesi training in jnauicinaucs, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department g. Every girl should train for It Is n patriotic thing lo do. Any girl who neglects to tako might n courso in home-makibo called a slacker. In the Vocational Department a short course is oircrcd for girls not wishing to tako tho regular two year course in Homo Science. This courso in Housekeeping nnd Sowing for Iho Winter and Spring tonus leaches a girl tho following things: 1. How to cook. 2. How lo plnn nnd servo meals. 3. How lo enre for her home. 1. How lo buy for her home. C. How lo caro for tho sick In her home. fl. How to mako her own clothes. At tho end of Uio six months' te rnurso successfully romplolol n is nwnrilcd. In addition lo IhU strictly Homo Science work, studies in Biblo, Grammar, Airthmolic, nnd Rholori-cal- s arc given. Kentucky Ilnll, Iho dormitory for Vocational gifls, is nonrly full, but wo want more girls of Iho right kind who will bo Iho futuro homo maks tho ers of our country, of our good dormitory. Write at onro for further particulars to F. 0. Clark, Dean of Vocational Dopartmont, Boroa, Ky. ccr-lillcny corn-furl- can furnish tho county Willi tho most helpful Ideas. Tho county pnper during tho past year has given Us "Farm Homo Department" Into the chnrgo of Iho homo demonstration agent of Iho Department of Agriculture, working with the Slalo agricultural college, tho county agricultural agent, nnd their helpers. Ench week Iho dcpnrlmcnt Is to bo in chnrco of women of different com munities, who will 1111 tho columns wilh articles and Ideas they consider most valuable. Another Interesting fcaturo of Iho samo paper is called "Bridget's Corner." This column Is under the supervision of Iho homo demonstration agent, who has been giving cookery lessons in 1L Three Parties In Bavaria Protest Munich. So chaotic have conditions hecomo during the pnstMveck or two thnt three of the lending parties hnve combined, for the first time In years, to Issuo wliii t amounts to nn ultimatum The to the Hiivnrlun Government. Bavarian People's Party, tho German People's Party nnd the Munich branch of the I.lhonil Party havo signed the appeal. Tho Socialist Purty did not higu the ultimatum. Railway to De Scrap Iron Heap. Flndlny, O. After n long period of uncertainty, tho fate of the Cincinnati. Flndlny and Ft. Wayne railroad Is apparently Irrevocably sealed. The, work of Junking the line hetwivn this city nnd Ft. W'nyne will begin tho latter part of the week. Two crews are now on hand, the work sturtltig at tho FL Wnyno end flrsL 6th Door This A Berea College Institution, and provides standard ts tho crown of tho whole THE BOY'S WORK IN THE WAR m Farm Tractor Drawing Harrow. Double Dish For Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. years tho board has remained tho samo in Berea, but theunusual situation in which the wholo country ilnds itself now makes it Impossible for us to live on the same money as wo havo in tho pa?t This adds $15.00 to tho former expenses of tho girls and $21.00 to tho expenses of tho boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." twentv-flv- o subjects. f courses in all advanced -i HOUSEWIVES TRADE IDEAS THRU NEWSPAPERS Thoro will bo competition this winter in El Paso County, Texas, among housowives In various com- munities as to which neighborhood TIP THE BOYS' THCUG ITS HCMiWARD, SAYS F0SDI3K, PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent by tho term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: ASKINGJO OPERATION (Special.) Washington. Just leaving for France to superintend fie demobilisation activities of those organisations which recently took part In the United War Work H. Fosdlck. Itnymond Cnmpnlgn, Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, wax Interviewed with regard to the present situation of our overseas forces. The prolileui presented liy the gradual demobilization of more than two million men three thousand mile from home Is one which will tax nil our social resource," said Mr. Fosdlck. "It Is above all a morale problem, nnd It must be faced as such, with of families nnd the full friends here In this country, If It Is to be solved succcsxfully. Hvery one who has n son. a brother, must help. "While the war was on our boys wero fully occupied; they were still tilled with the spirit of adventure, looking forward rather than bnck. Now, however, the lighting Is lit an end. They lire going to remain, most of tliein. inaiiy months doing work which will be neither excltlnj: nor particularly Interesting. They will get lonesome, bored and terribly homesick. he-fo- WINTER TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY operator a gas trnctor Is n very dependable source of power. Occasional slight delays probably will bo encountered, but serious ones will bo exceptional, whereas with a careless or Incompetent operator expenslvo delays are apt to bo frequent. Of the tractors owned by Illinois farmers reporting, about 00 per cent were operated by the owner or some member of his family, tho best results usually being obtained by this class of per cent of Illioperators. Thirty-sinois owners reported no time lost In the field on account of trouble with the outfit This probably means that tho lime lost wns not worth mentioning. Most men do not consider It trouble so long ns they know nt once the cause of stoppage or other Irregularity In the engine's operation nnd are ablo to remedy It promptly. The average time lost per day by tho 40 per cent reporting trouble Is a llttlo over x three-quarte- rs Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 AM) NORMAL f 0.00 COLLKOC ? 7.00 13X0 700 13X0 7.00 13X0 Board, C weeks Amount duo Jan. 1, 1019 Board, 6 weeks, duo Feb. Total for Term Incidental Fee Room 25X0 20X0 13X0 40.00 27X0 13X0 41X0 5... 13X0 '30.00 Expenaes for Girls $ 5.00 12.00 21.00 12.00 30.00 I 6.00 I 7.00 7XXJ 12-0- 7.00 12.00 25.00 12X10 37X10 Board, 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 1, 1910 Board, 6 weeks, duo Feb. Total for Term laundry. 25.00 12-O- 5... t This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Winter Serine Full $10.00 1 2.00 $11.00 Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 12.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students 1 of nn hour. THE William Hohcnzollcrn, tho former German Kaiser, isolated from tho world in tho castlo of Amerongen. Holland, is writing a long and do tailed statement which, it is under stood will contain his answer to tho world's frightful indictment against him at tho trial which, as ho evidently realizes, is inevitable. While thus incarccralcd (for by whalovec namo the place may bo called, it is really a prison) ho is said lo bo turn ing.to religion for consolation at tending daily prayers and keeping tho Biblo and other religious books constantly near him. CINCINNATI MARKET8. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.0201.65, No. 3 whlto $l.G0Ol.B2, No. 2 yellow. $l.fi5 1.07, No. 3 yellow $1X3 1.55. No 2 mixed Sl.O20il.O1. No. 3 mixed $1,010 1.02, white ear $1.45Q1.48, yellow eur ii.4S4pi.DO, mixed ear $l.40l.4S. Sound liny Timothy, per ton, rang' ed from $27030. Souud clover mixed $25.00023, und souud clover $22.00 SAYS COUNTY AGENT FACTOR WAS BIG 0$25. To oporato a farm of 319 acres with only two young boys to do tho work, Is not an easy Job. To mako it produce a net profit of $1,800 in ono year under those conditions ia A considered a real achievement. farmer noar Rockford, Coosa County. Ala., In a loiter to the United Slates Dopartmont of Agriculture gives this ns the record made by his own sons. But hn ndds Hint Iho county agent was tho big factor in tho achievement. It wns Iho agent who helped lo select tho seed and gave ndvico on drainage, terracing, pasturing, nnd tho caro of cattlo nnd hogs. "In a general way. ho has holp-e- d by organizing the boys' pic and otdf clubs that aro working wonders for the Improvement of stock,"writes this farmer. Also he adds that this county agent nnd his wife "have caused tho canning Industry nt homo to Increase 500 per cent ia the last , two years." Oats No. 2 whlto $22.00, stonilnrd white 70 077c, No. 3 white 70O70V4. No. 2 mixed 74 075c, No. 3 mixed 73 OT4C Dutter, Egos and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 71c, centralized creamery extras 00V4c, firsts CO1,. Kegs l'rlmo firsts 05c, firsts OL ordinary Urals 00c. Llvo I'oultry Springers under 4 lbs, 23c; fowls, 0 lbs uud over, 25c; do S lbs and over, 22c; roosters, 18c. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $1201050, butcher steers extra, $13.25014.00, good to choice $11013.25, common to fulr $0.00010.00. heifers, extra $10,000 $12.00, good to choice $001020, common to fulr $0.5008.00, cows, extra $8.75010. Culves Hxtra $10.00017, fair to pood $14010.00, common and large $0 013. heavy shippers packers nnd butchers $17.40, stags $1012.50, common to choice heavy fut sows $11 015, light shippers $15015X0, pits (110 lbs and less) $10014. Hogs $17.40, good Selected choice cent United Wnr Work drlvo Is to ho 7X0 9.00 used precisely to bridge over this peStenography recreation ami riod by providing one hour's Typewriting, with Hut no amount of mere amusement. EDO 6.00 7.00 use of instrument money expended In such a way will be Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. enough. What these boys really want 1X0 1.80 2.10 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. Is not diversion, but humnn Interest These things expressund sympathy. In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. ed in letters from homo will warm their hearts nnd create n home All students do some work with their hands from six lo sixaround them, even while teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printthey ore nnsunt from tho family circle. ing ofllco, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, etc., and receive pay which "Such letters may bo n very necessary sheet anchor to windward In the rcducos their expenses. case of mimu boys. The thought of young man or young woman can get an education Any some one waiting for them, counting nt Berea if thcro is tho will to do so. on them, will, moro than anything else, make them hold back nnd think If It is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo twice before plunging Into situations courso durin school Iho full year, by all means they should enter for a which might mean hurm nnd unhap-plnes- s ing tho winter and spring terms. for them. "We have raised the cleanest army Tho public Bchools will close about Christmas and tho teachers In the world. We have kept It clean. and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter We hope tolirlng It back as clean nnd strong ns It wns when It left us. Hut months but should bo studying in Berea where the bost education can while we believe our soldiers will bo gotten for least money. Btund the present test tho hnrdest of Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that tbey are nil In some ways as bravely and successfully ns they have stood every above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi other test of their manhood nnd ensigned by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable durance, It Is our duty to give them is strictly forbidden. teacher or neighbor. Tho use of tobacco all the help wo can. For information or friendly ad vice writo to the Secretary, "This, as I hnve said, can best tie rendered bv mcnns of letters which MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. will begin now, ut once, not only to satisfy their homo longings, nut to turn their thoughts from tnsks nlrendy LABOR SHORTAGE THREATENS of FcDrunry tne lactones aro normally Accomplished to the long yours of life In full blast, producing fertilizer for of them." PRODUCTION uso on spring crops. Then they "dlo ahead down" ngnln for a period of several HOME FOLKS MUST HELP. The Fertilizer Industry Hard Hit by months In lato poring und early sumthe War. mer. This requires a large Hunting (Special.) The War Washington. supply of labor, n supply which has Department Commission on Training 1010 Tho supply of fertilizer for up by demands of lnrgely been eaten Activities has hit upon an Im spring sown crops Is threatened by tho shipyards qud munition factories. portant nnd entirely new Idoa In the shortage of labor in Uio fertilizer facTransferring tho industry from a pian just tories. This fuct Is of particularly se- scasonul basis to u full 12 months' opImport to iho potato farmers of erating basts will certainly be economrious imii dm Iiovh tlirouch the mo(4 try the country, for tho greut potato sec- ical of labor. The factories can then Ing period of their servico by writing detions are coming moro und more to work tit somcwhnt diminished dally the right kind of letters, letters full of pend on fertilizer for tho economical capacity for moro weeks In tho year, the homo feeling, tho mother feeling. production of this crop. Thus It hap- and In this way get out tho necessary This uniieal Is ma do to mothers, fa pens that tho very fuctor which pre- tonuago. It can't bo done at onco, thers, sisters and sweetheurts by the vents factories running to full capac- however, becnuso fuctorles do not havo War Department. It Is hoped that mility also has effect In preventing farm- -' storage spneo enough to allow ot this. lions of Inspiring Wtters will bo writ era from using their own depleted farm Goods must bo shipped out almost as ten the week of December 15, deslg labor supply to best advantage. Labor fast ns tbey are made so that tho rmt.Ml ns "I.ettersfrom-homo- " week cannot bo used to advantage on those greatest possiblo output by the re- Pulpit and press are to fields which can give but half a crop, j stricted supply ot labor may be as make a great success ot the plan. The fertilizer Industry la normally sured. In ,0-5able-bodied "Lctters-from-Jiomo" ' j other departments: "The $170,000,000 raised In the re- Suggestion for Mother's Letter. Son of Mine: They're-- sending you home to me nt Inst. Through all these months of waiting nnd longing I've been wearing n stnr for you nnd holding my head high and thinking wonderful thoughts about you. I've wntched you through ocean mists and dreamed nnxious dretns. Yes, nnd cried n little, too, hut not when people could see. And now you're coming home. Oh, It seems too gooil to be true. I've Just rend jour letters again. They sny so much more limn you ever thought when you were writing them. Just happenings that's nil most of the things you wrote about were to yon. Hut to me they said you were facing the biggest thing In life, facing It bravely, at I should want my son to fnen It. You were offering your body and your soul for n thing bigger than you or me or America. When I wroto to you I tried to write cheerful, encouraging letters, because 1 did not want you to go Into hnttle feeling thnt 1 was holding you back from the big sacrifice. It's only now, when the fighting is over, thnt I can let down a little and be Just your mother, Just the woman who loves you better than anything else In the world nnd ts so glad to know you re coming bnck to her that she doesn't care who sees her cry. Perhaps for some of the boys who hnve stood with you so finely through these trinls the lighting Is not yet all over. The lighting I mean Is thst be tween ii mnn uud himself, and for many of them this will be the hurdest battle of all. During the long days and evenings of waiting before they enn stnrt for home thoughts will creep Into their minds which will bo. hard to resist. There will be times after ull these months of action when the longing for change und for tho companionship of women may lend tliem Into asg sociations which will sK)ll their nnd cause them shame and humiliation, nnd evtn perhaps make them untlt to receive tho lovo that awults them here. You, dearest boy, nro Just as humnn ns your comrades, nnd feelings like these may come to you too. I don't l, ask you to crush them. They nro and they only prove that war has failed to dry up the well spring of your emotions. I ask you only to recognize them when they como nnd to control them with the fine strength you havo gained while fighting for the Ideals nnd principles of America. Just remember thnt many Joyous years of life are ahead of you nnd that tho risk of spoiling them nnd tho love that will fill them Is too tnsnendnus to mn for n short hour of seeming plensuro. Many of the hoys who will como homo with you luivo no mothers to write to them. Some of them may think thnt no one cares what they do. care. America Hut somebody cures. And tho girls they will marry some day care.- - And, oh, the dlfferenco It will make In their lives If they will just remember that there Is ulways somebody, nbvnys I Help them to rtmembcr. Help them Don't To como homo clean and flno. let them spoil everything now. They If you think havo been so splendid. this letter will help them give It to them. If they havo no mothers let me be their mother until they have come hack and taken tho high places that uwult them here. Tell them to write to mo. How I should treasure their homo-comintint-tira- tcs And, of course, you will write to tne, Just say that you understand that you know why I havo written this let ter. Thcnv I can wait months yes, oven years knowing that you will come home to me as One and clean as you were when I sent you away ta UOTHKO. camp so long ago. letters I Bta(KpaJ.jidutrilAbwt UifiJbjJ Dwrriibrr 2rt, 1018, THE CITIZEN TEMPERANCE l'age Beven yod could (htnlc of. We Just sat and stared at him. It seemed lmposnlblo thnt any of our own men would havo tho gall to torture us like thnt, and yet wo could not possibly believe that It hnd really happened. Finally, ono fellow could not stand It any longer. He wns nothing but skin nnd bonefl, but ho grabbed a dividing board and there wcro Just two wallops: tho board hit tho Australian's head and the head bit tho floor. Then half a dozen moro ponnccd onto him and gave him a rent licking. When ho camo to ho hnd forgotten all nbout tho wonderful dinner he did not have. Not long after this the Itusslnn doctors proved to the Germans that thcro was no block typhns In our barracks and wo wcro allowed tho freedom of the camp except that we could not visit the Russian barracks. That was no hardship to me nor to tho rest of except one chap from the Cambrian Kongo, who had a special pal among the Russians thnt ho wanted to see. And, of course, when it was vcrboten, he wanted to see him nil the more. A dny or two nfter tho order I was nriovcD umroiH intebnation.l N0TE3 THE SCARLET CR0S3 I SlINDAYSCIiOOL Lessor Wr m:v. v 11 mtzwatkii, d. d.. Teacher of Knglliih III We In the Mood Illble Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, lilt, Western Newspaper Union ) LESSON FOR JANUARY PHARAOH OPPRESSES ISRAEL. l.KW?ON TKXT-Kiod- us OOI.DKN TKXT-l- te shall nave the children of Ih ii nertly, ami shall hrenk In piece the oppressor. -- I'ralins 71.4. DEVOTIONAL ItKAllINO -- Psalms 1 ADDITIONAL Hebrew 1I:ZJ-Z- M ATlilMAL Kiodtis 6:1- -, which the next eight Is n continuation of chosen people. lis How shall wo o'er tho honor duoj redemption the deMr. V. E. Skinner, general manaliverance of Israel from liotulnce uiul For services sucn as you dcsiow, their separation unto God. The ques-tlo- ger of tho National Dairy S1iow, Bravo mother, wo would learn of of relationship from Kgyptlun cDMiini'iillm? upon tho fact that so you. homlngc Is n type of our own redeiii-tlomany of tho steel companies are Teach us, wo pray, that wo may from sin's bondage (I Corinthian soiling milk to their men at cost, know. 6:7). I'hnrnoh represents the devil," said: and I'sypl the world. "Mon soon go to pieces who drink Teach us, sweet mother, wo Implore, I. The Increase of the Chosen Seed liquor after working over hot fires. Just how to do our llttlo mite, (1:7). The fire starts them on tho decline That we may help (he starving poor denlli Israel quickly After and booze finishes it" And mako some heart a hit moro Krew Into n nation. This Increase wnn the fulfillment of Genesis 33:11, which light. proinlne wn repented to Jncoh Just Tho British Brewers' Journal says: going Into Kgypt (Genesis 4(1:3). "Wo strongly opposo any conspiracy O. mny wo learn to heed tho cry If It he the problem of how h little com-un- to excltido women from tho licensed Of hunger, cold and endless pain, of seventy person could become houo.",Everywhcro tho beer trado Nor lei tht smallest chanco pass by an host of kIx hundred thousand men has tho German idea. To do our mile, wo ask again. In so short n time, let us remember I. II. L. that nod promised It, nnd nil dllllcul-tie- s will vnnlsh. There Is n time comMr. A. L. Decker, Deputy Slato ing when there shall he nnother amazAttorney General for New York, FRANCE ):10, says ing Increase In Israel (Kzeklel that probably moro than ono 11, 37, 38 ; 37:2(1). million dollars' worth of German green II. A New Dynasty (1:8-10purchased by tho Tho Huns stripped off my own Joseph's elevation In Kgypt was dur- war bonds wcro gown Huscli brewing family of St. Louis. g ing the reign of the Ilyksos kings. And left mo stark and baro; of Semitic origin they were not Tho Busclis deny this; they say it My sons, they spread a red robo hostile to the Hebrews, but when there was only flvo hundred thousand down, "arose up u new king which knew not dollars' worth. And wrapped mo in it there. Joseph" (v. 8) the niunzlng growth of the Israelites excited his envy and fear (vv. 0, 10). This fenr wus two- IN NEXT TEAR'S SUMMER TIME Tho garb they brought was red as blood fold: (1) In ense of war they might join the enemy and fight against them. I'm homo. Yes. And safe. I should Tho robo was red as fiamo: (2) Lest they should remove from the They veiled mo in it whero I stood givo laud, thus cutting off n vital source of And took away my shame. Thanks, deepest thanks that I live--That revenue and exposing to danger the I am not Tbero with tho rest eastern border of the land. Was ever web so costly wove, III. Measures to Check the Growth Of my bunkio3 tho ones who "wont Or warp so glorious spun? west" of Israel (1:11-22)- . vostment prized above These measures place on exhibition I'm homo safe, and happy. And yot I'll wear no That wldo and scarlet ono. folly of worldly wisdom (1 Corin- Somehow I just can't forget tho thians 3:10). Their fatal mistake was Somehow, thcro's always a call thnt they left (Jod out of their calcula- That's ringing and asking that's Though younger sons, somo happier day, tions. God had promised that Israel all I Weavo mo a fair green gown should he great In numbers ami mighty In power. He who plans against God Anew, or bid mo don array hall miserably fall and shall be shown Hack, wliero tho smoky dawn gold and brown, Of corn-rip- o Told how tho fight had gono; to be a fool. 1. Cruel Taskmasters (vv. Ilaok, wliero tho rising sun Tho names (liko beads, told ono by They were placed under heavy bur- Might bo tho last that we'd sco. ono) dens. Cruel taskmasters were placed (Always tho last for somo pals) My heart will still repeat; over them who forced them to labor Thcro's something that's calling to Will call, with tears, each dear, In building treasure cities und all muu-Dv- r mo I dear son service In the Meld. This mens-arof they I know wliero a stretch of wire, Whoso red robo wrapped my feetl was Ineffectual, for "the more Hipped hero and thcro by our rush, aflllctcd them, the more they multiplied and grew." This rupld growth Lies as it lay on tho morn It Pays to Cackle resulted In more Intense burdens being When tho sun broke red with ablush Said tho little Puddlo Duck to the heaped upon them. A blush for tho brutes who hold litlo Red Hen, "I haven't sold an egg 2. Murder of Male Infants by the sido of tho wlro sinco I don't know when. Business measure Tho farther This Mldwlvca (vv. Im miscarried, as the mldwlves And a blush for tho things that camo for mo is n losing game, but you After wo burst thru their flro I seem prosperous Just tho same." feared God and chose to obey him. they refused to destroy God's And I want to go back to that placo, Said tho littlo Red Hen to tho littlo people he gave them homes and chil- I want to sit thcro in tho sun Puddlo Duck, "Business isn't always dren nnd the Joys thereof. I want to lay hand on cacli cross n matter of luck. You work as hard 3. Drowning of Male Children In the That stands wliero wo smashed in and producd a lino of eggs that are to make this Illver (v. 22). In order nnd won really as good ns mine. Your mermeasure effective nil tho people were I want to say, "Pals I'm hero chandising methods you need to recharged with the responsibility of easting the Hebrew mule children Into the Yes, fellows I know you wcro men. vise. If you want to be successful, river. This mandate seems to have I wish you could stand hero with mo, you must advertise. Don't wait for been given shortly before Moses wus Or I could bo with you again I" buyers to hunt for you, but tell your born. This plan likewise was foiled, i story tho way I do." Retail Publio and the very child who when a man Yes, it was muddy there Ledger. upset his throne, wus sheltered and Yes, it was bloody thoro nurtured In his own puluce. Yos, it was driving hard-Y- es, Truthful Copy of IV. The Birth and Education nil tho comforts worn barred Tho reporter was sent to writo (2:1-8)- . Mosea The measure which was designed to But. say, It wa3 worth it to loarn up a charity ball. His copy camo In destroy the Hebrew meuuee, ulso How tho spirit can fiamo up and Into and It wns careless. Tho editor burn-H- ow reproved him tho no.xt day by quotbrought to Pharaoh's pnlace and edutho great souls of men can re- ing nn extract. cated there the very man who afterward shuttered the Egyptian power veal "Look hero Scribbler, what do you and set free the enslaved people. The Themselves In n sheathing of steel-H- ow mean by this? 'Among tho most faith of Mosco' parents cnused them to tho lovo of n pal can count moro beautiful girls wns Alderman HoIgnore the command of the king and world ratio Dinglcy.' Old Dlngloy ain't a hide him for three months (Hebrews Than tho lovo for tho wliolo before girl I Ho's ono of our principal 11:23). Faith In God Is the antidote for fear (I'snlms 27:1). His mother When tho whirls of tho fight coma stockholders." discerned In him n proper child, or a and go "I can't help that," returned tho child fair to God (Acts 7:20), and be- And I I was thoro and I know I realistic reporter. "That's whero lieved him to be the deliverer of his I stood there with men for a ho was." people. She no doubt Instilled this space, truth In his mlml from his childhood. And I want to go hack to WORK FOR SOLDIERS that placo I Perhaps led by the story of Noah's nrk W. A. P. an ark of bulrushes and she made movement for A comprehensive placed Moses In It and left It at the place where I'huraoh's daughter would llio purpo?o of unifying, thruoul tho Sideways be attracted when she came down to country, tho work inoldcnt to tho "Did yo bring homo that pano of procuring of employment for ro- -j bathe. Miriam, his sister, was placed where she could watch the affair. She glass for tho kitchen windy, Pat?" turning soldiers, has bocn stnrtcd by "Oi did not. Oi was afther n caiuo with a suggestion at the opporUnited Slates Employment scr- tune moment as to u nurse for the twilvo by fourteen, and tho only tho vlco of tho Department of Labor. A baby. Kducutlon at his mother's knee sizo they had was fourteen by body which will ho known ns tho (ave character, aud educutlou ut the twilvo." United Council of Reemployment,1 Egyptian court quulltled him to be the "Yo fool, why didn't yo git it? historian and lawgiver of his peoplo. and which will bo tho connecting Yo could havo put it In sideways, link between tho Federal Employ-- 1 couldn't yo?" Necessary Ingredients. mcnt Service nnd oilier cooperating Is kind; "Love suffered) long aud organization, has been formed, and lovo envleth uot; love vauutctli not tho following named bodies havo Cause For Worry Get these Ingredients Into Itself." "What aro you crying nbout?" tho nfllllated themselves with it: Na-- j your life. Then everything that you do Is eternal. It Is worth doing. It kindly old gentleman asked tho sob- tional War Work Council, Y.M.C.A.,J War Camp Community Scrvlco, Na- It worth giving time to. bing small boy. Tin- - hook from Ipshoiih nrc tnkon the Mory of tin; centrnl Ihcine Is n n .ToM-ph'- s he-fo- re y RED-ROBE- D He-In). e ). l, Self-deni- Mr. McAiloo has issued his exBravo knlghU of old upheld this pected order prohibiting tho sal1) cross of liquor on railroad trains, in and scarlet gloss; property. Of brightest red or on other railroad They fought fiorco dragons from tho door llavo you heard of any prohibit And from oppression saved tho linnlsl wlio bought German war poor. bonds? Havo you heard of any prohibitionist who has edited n But sweeler yet, wo hold In store Havo you newspaper? Tho deeds of ono blessed everheard of any prohibitionist whoso more; properly has been taken over Whoso brave, magnanimous, loving ho lias been suspected of ' heart Havo you sympathies? Has never failed to do Its part. heard of any prohibitionist who had anything to do with tho German-AmericDear moiher of (he suffering bravo,; Allianco? Who heard tho cry of pain nnd woe. It Is an utter obsurdily to supWhose loving hand stretched forth press tho German-AmericAllianco to savo i and leavo tho United States Brewers' The hoys who met tho tyrant foe. Association undisturbed. sin-Ho- ns, pro-Germ- an so pro-Germi an j an j Albert K R MEMBER. OF vMr i MUN CwritH ttlt t -- - AND CHIFF PPTTVriPPrrPP- -i THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE uuin I UKKc I , FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSARD WINNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE ! XP' ' u. ReN ni Bmn C SYNOPSIS. N. Depew. author CHAPTER of the story, enlists In the United mates Urst-clas- navy, serving four years ana attaining a tli rank of chief petty offlcer, gunner. greot war starts he CHA1TER soon after tie Is tionurabljr discharged from the navy and he sails for Franc with a determination to enlist. joins the Foreign CHAPTER Ill-- He Legion and Is assigned to the dreadnaught Cassard where Ms marksmanship wins him high honors. CHAPTER la detached from his ship and sent with a regiment of the Legion to Klandera where he soon finds himself In the front line trenches. Is detailed to the arCHAPTER V--He tillery and makes the acquaintance of the "7t's , the wonderful French guns that have saved the day for the allies on many a battlefield, liefore seeing any action, he Is ordered back to bis regiment in tho front lino trenches. goes "over the CHAPTER top" and "gets" his first German In a bayonet fight. company takes part CHAPTER VII-In another raid on the German trenches and shortly afterward assists In stopping a fierce charge of the Huns, who are mowed down as tbey cross No Man's Land. to Dlimude with CHAPTER VHI-S- ent dispatches, Depew Is caught In a Zeppelin raid, but escapes unhurt. CHAPTEftlX He Is shot through the thigh In a brush with the Germans and Is sent to a hospital, where he quickly recovers. CHAPTER X Ordered back to sea duty, Depew rejoins the Cassard, which makes several trips to the Dardanelles as a convoy. The Cassard Is almost battered to pieces by the Turkish batteries. he Cassard takes part CHAPTER In many hot engagements In the memorable Galllpoll campaign. CHAPTER XII Depew Is a member of a landing party which sees fierce flgbUng tn the trenches at OollipolL IAPTER"XIII After an unsuccessful trench raid. Depew tries to rescue two wounded men In No Man's Land, but both die before he can reach the trenches. ew wins the Croix CHAPTER de Uuerre for bravery In passing through a terrlflo artillery tire to summon aid to his comrades In an advanced post. his twelfth trip to CHAPTER XV-- On the Dardanelles, he Is wounded In a naval engagement and, after recovering In a hospital at Brest, he Is discharged from service and sails for New York on the steamer Georgia It-TIV-De-pew Hls XI-TXIV-Dep- urn WTI i tannsrw rvVni 3myM hunks. When we had an Armful nplcce, nnd hud broken them up to the right lengths, nil we needed wna n lit- mo more watching, nnd then back to tho hospttiil and the big cupboard. Later on, our men told me they used to wntch tho smoke that poured from the hospital chimney nil the time nnd wonder where on earth wo got the wood. We got the same kind of food in the hospital thnt was served tn tho other barracks, and I would not havo hnd nny moro thnu I used to, except that pasometimes some of the twenty-sitients could not eat tiietr share, and then, of course, It wns mine. One dny, though, we nil had extra rntlons. Two Hussion doctors came to visit us each day, nnd onco they were foolish enough, or kind enough, to ask If we hnd received our rations we hud received them curlier than usual and they were finished nt the time. Of course, I said no, so they ordered tho Russian in the kitchen to deliver twenty-eigh- t rations to us, which wns not quite three loaves of bread. We were that much uhend thnt day, but It would not work when I tried the trick again. Ono day a German doctor came to the hospital barracks. He would not touch anything while he was there not even open the door. All of the patients had little cards attached to their beds charts of their condition. When the German wanted to see these charts the Russian doctors had to hold them for him. x standing outside tho barracks door when I saw this fellow come out with n dividing bonrd in his hand. I thought ho was going to smnsh somebody with it, so I stood by. Iiut he stooped over nnd Jammed ono end of the board against tho threshold of tho door, scratched the ground with the farther end of tho board and measured again. Ho kept this up, length by length, In the direction of the llusslan barracks. The sentry in the yard stopped and stared at blm, but the fellow kept right on, paying no nttcntlon to anybody. Pretty soon ho wns right by the sentry's feet and I thought nny mlnuto the sentry would give htm the butt, but he Just stared a while and let him pass. That lad measured the wholo distance to the llusslan barrncka, went Inside, stayed n while aad calmly strolled back with the board under his arm. When ho renched our barracks again he told ns he had found a vino mine. What he had found wns something not so unusual a boneheaded German. Georgia Is "CHAPTER XVT-T- ne by the German raider Moewe. wlrti other survivors, Is taken aboard the Moewe. CHAPTER XVII Transferred to the Tarrowdale, which was captured later by the Moewe, Depew and other prisoners suffer terrible hardships unUl they arrivo In Germany. CHAPTER XVIII At Swlnemunde, they are placed In a prison camp where they suffer terribly from cold, hunger and mistreatment at the hands of the guards. CHAPTER XIX The prisoners are transferred to Neustrelltz, but get no better treatment there than at Swlnemunde. Chapter XX After several weeks at Neustrelltz. they nre transferred once more to Dulmen, Westphalia, experiencing moro of the tame brand of German Kul-tu- r while making the journey. enp-turDo-pe- I was having a great time at the hospital, wrecking the barracks next door each day for wood, along with Kate, and getting a little more food sometimes, and was always nice and warm. I thought myself quite a pet. Compared to what I had been up against, It seemed like real comfort. But the more food I got, the more I wanted. And it was food that brought me down, after all. Across from us was a barracks In which there were English olllcers, nnd somehow it seemed to me that they must hare had a drag. Every once In a while I saw what looked like vegetables nnd bags of something that was i dead ringer for brown flour. So I told Slim, or Kate, as I was culling htm by then, and with him on guard, I sneaked two or three false starts, I got over our barbed wire and their barbed wire, and In through a window. And graham There I saw carrots oat-Aft- er 1 flour I I took all I took Swutfs' Croom nnd cleaned up, nnd then nsked where tho coal or wood was. This got a great laugh. It was quite humorous to tho men who had shivered thcro for weeks, maybe, hut to mo It was about ns funny as a cry for help. I got wood though, bo--1 fore I had been there long. There was a great big cupboard that looked more like a small house, built against tho wall of the hospital barracks In one comer of the room, and not fur from the stove. Kate wus the only patient able to be on his feet, so I thought he would have to be my chief cook und bottle washer for u while; and, besides, there was something about him that mude him look pretty vuluublc. I hud not recognized his whistling yet, so Slim looked to be tho right name for htm. i "Slim, what's thut big cupboard for?" j I I could carry, to divide up with Kate, nnd then started eating, so as not to waste anything. It was certainly some feast the only thlug besides mud brcud and barley coffee and "shadow" soup that I bad to eat In Germany. Then I started back to the hospital. I got over their barbed wire all right, and Kate gave me the for our entanglements, but Just ns I was going over them a sentry nabbed me. At first I thought Kate had turned traitor, because we had ia(i n uttie argument a short time be- fore. "How'd I know? Nuthln' in it" "Slim, thut would make a tlno box for coul or wood, wouldn't it?" "Urn. Wlmr do coul un' wood?" i "I'm going out und tuko observations, Slim. Take the wheel while I'm gone, und keep your eye peeled for So I sneaked out tho door und began looking around. If you look at tho sketch I havo made. It will uot tuko you long to see that next to us wus u vucated Russian barracks. And it did not tuko me much longer to see It, too. Buck to tho hospital und Slim. "Slim, wbut barracks aro next to us?" "Russian burrucks, ouly dey ain't But later on I figured that ho would not have done a trick like that, and besides, he knew I was bringing him something to cat. So tho sentry must havo sneaked up without Kato seeing him. Who got the carrots and graham flour that I was carrying I do not covered. Tho minute they found oar count know. Tho sentries booted mo all the ono short they blew the whistles and n ay back to my old barrucks. a squad of sentries came up as an extra guard. They counted us again, CHAPTER XXIII hut by sneaking back of the Una and closing up again we made the count Despair jind Freedom. all right except for ono man FonWhile 1 was working at tho hospital conditions ut my old barracks taine. We would have tried to cover up for him, except that they had alhad been getting worso and worse. ready discovered his absence. Now, Very few of the men wero absolutely right In the head, I guess, and almost wo thought they will nab Fontaine all bad given up hope of ever getting but will not discover the escape of the out alive. Though they put up a good others. But front to the Huns, they really did not thing, evidently they suspected somefor soon they brought over a care a great deal what happened to petty offlcer from H. M. S. Nomad, them. The only thing to think ubout who had not been with us before, and was the minute they wcro living In. Tho day I camo back two English- forced him to catl tho roll from the men, who had suddenly gone mud, mustering papers, while they watched commenced to fight each other. It was tho men as they answered. Then they the most terrible fight I havo ever discovered that two more besides Fonwero missing and began to ocurcb isecn. It wus some time before the taine for them. of us could muko them quit, Jrost (To he Continued) at first we did not know they se There was a lot of bamboo near tho Russian barracks and the Russians made baskets out of It and turned them in to the Germans. For this they got all the good Jobs In tho kitchen and hnd a fine chance to get more to ent. But they wcro treated like dog that Is, all except the few Cossacks that were In the bunch. The Huns knew that a Cossack never forgets and will get revenge for the slightest even If It means his death. I have seen sentries turn aside from the bent they wore walking and get out of the way when they saw a Cossack coming. Thoro were very few Cossacks there, however. 1 do not think they let themselves get captured very often. We had roll call every morning, of course, and wero always mustered in front of our barracks, the middle of the line being right at the barrncks door. Sometimes when the cold got too much for them, tho men nearest the door would duck into the barracks. As they left tho ranks tho other men would close up and this kept the line even, with the center still opposite the barracks door. Finally almost all of tho men would be in the barracks and by tho time the roll was over not one remained outside. This seemed to peeve the German officers a great deal, but they did not punish us for It until we had been dolDg It for some time. For several days I hod noticed that someone else answered for two moa who had disappeared; at least I had not seen them for somo time. I did not think much about it, or ask any questions, and I did not hear anyone elso talk about It, but I was pretty sure the two men, a Russian and a Britisher, had cscapod. But they were marked present at roll call and all accounted for. Everything went nlong very well until ono day when the namo "Fontaine" got by without being answered. Fontaine was a French fireman from tho Cambrian Range and that was the first time he had uot been present Wo saw what was coming and wo began to get pretty sore at Fontaine for not telling us. so we could answer for him and keep the escape dero now. Been sick." "And you nieuii to tell mo you dou't know whero to get wood?" "Sick men been In dem burrucks." "Sick men here, uren't there? Let's go." That did tho trick. Tho bluck boy " 'fiauso my pa's a philanthropist." tional Cathollo Wnr Council, Knights would watch from tho hospital win"Well, well, that's nothing to cry of Columbus, Jewish Welfnro Board, dows until he saw tho coust wus cleur, when regularly kept up Mayors' Commitloo on National Do-- 1 then wo would slip into the burrucks nbout, is it?" and not only Indulged now and tbea Ho fenso', National I.eaguo for Women's next door, aud he would wutch again. "I guess you'd think it was. oot of laxtneas or partial affection, la When there wus no sentry neur ho says ho'll give mo 5 for Christ- Service, National Scourlty Lcaguo enough to hour us, crush I und out oae of the clearest tokens that Ood'a men, preparing mas, provided I can ralso an equal nnd tho Now York Board of would comtLU-dlvldlhoard from thw ady spirit Is with amount, Boo boo." for sternal glory. b.nxs. uK wcro crazy. When wo hud them down, however, they were scratched and bitten and pounded from head to foot. Doth of them Med from tho noso alt that night, and towurd morning cno of them became suuo for u few minutes and then died. Tho other wus taken away by tho Germans, still craxy. Another time an Australian camo Into our barracks and very seriously told us that be bad a drug with tho German otDcers and that ho had been to dinner with them, hnd had had turkey, potatoes, coffee, butter, eggs, agar In hH roffef. and nil the Uiiurle Gen. Dlckman Reviews French Troopa. Coblenz. For the first time since the occupation of their city the peoplo of Coblenz heard "The Iluuner." It wus played by a French baud during a review of French troops by Gen. Dlckman, of the American army of occupation. American officials have directed the uffulri of the city in the sume unobtrusive manner that marked the uctual taking over of Coblenz, and the passing of French troops through (he towa was the first time that anything like "aliow" aaa been attempted. Star-bpangler Page Kiglil THE CITIZEN and is now drilling on Wm. Stout's farm, CLARK COUNTY December 20, 1918. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else N eortMPonrlc nc publlhl I, not for public iitlon. but unlmi ulirnnt In full br th writr. Th nm n evldt nte of gooA faith. Write plilnly. JACKSON COUNTY King, of Paint Lick, was drowned off tho coast of Scotland. Dec. 0. Me was attached lo the ship Florida the sorvb-- e fo H'"l ',ni' -v- oral years. The d spate , so I, "ml he wns nfc1.toi nlly .lroxv . il fmrn Hnmes ier. Scotland, and the S. o,y was not recovorod.-Jo- hn m. n , son of Mr a d Mi 1 Hously Fork We nro Ilonsly Fork, Dec. 23. having some rainy weather now j and roads are badTho epidemic Is Halo's still raging around hcrc.-B- ob Utile hoy, who has been so low with and pneumonia, is bcttcr.-Ge- rtio Abrams have como homo Martio from Franklin to spend the holiday. -- Gertie is plnnning to onicr School at Dcrca when the Winter Term opens. Grace and Margaret Dcngo wero shopping in Berea Tuesday. Grover Drew is very ill at this t r wns called l ll-Sunday. Aunt Jennie Azblll Is somo heller. There is going to. bo a Christmas tree at this plnco for tho Smith, school children. Mrs. R. of Clover Bottom, was shopping at wroly '"her I. of near Paint w ' 0c MADISON COUNTV ' !!.. Wue Bluo Lick Lick. Dec. M. T0 Kastorn Flanagan Flanagan. Dec. XI. Wo have been having rain for Hie last fov days, and it has been unusually warmf ior this time or tho year. Horn In Uio home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Josse! llrewer, a lino boy weighs ten pounds; named Charlie Van. II. A.i diddle, of Conway, was visiting W. S. lleldon one day last week. l.eo-- ; nanl Robinson, of Heron, is working third Iriek operator at FlanaJ gnn. Little Margaret Mclnlosh has. been real sick for the last few days, hut is some heller now. Mrs. Simpson WiMSley niul daughter, Mnry Lou. were shopping in Lexington, Lily Grlllln was! Monday- - Mrs. ono day sin pping in Winchester Inst week. We are very proud to ee n many of our boys getting and returning their discharges home. -- Public Sale arid Renting On account of having moved to Richmond, Ky., to reside and my health not being good I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at my former residence near Paint Lick, Ky , on a Saturday parrot Parrot, Dec. 23. Wo havo been having somo extremely flno weather Big Hill family, for December, Some people have lost their meat owing to so much Dcwitlo Gabbard who have been in III.- - ninir linmn nL Johnson is slowly this place.-Jo- bn recovering from an attack of typhoid There havo been several new cases or ini.uenza in tn.s w Erty1; S On last Saturday night, December death M fourteenth fnoJtr John Snagln homo nI influenza. Its died l',Uy taken to The family grave Buck Cunagin yard for burial-- Mrs. influenza. Claybourno lapse of Hundley will soon be ready to move A Merry into his new house and a Happy New Year to all The Citizen Family. noil Green Hall, Dec. is near at hand ami old iuouicr Knrth has not yet bad a white blanket; every one likes to see a while Christmas. Many farmers nre uneasy about their moat, the weather remains so warm. F. F. McCollum recently sold bis farm to W. II. Pier- son. Ho expects lo soon nave nis family in the Bluo Grass region of the state. McCol urn is a trave.ing ialosman and will remain here to Ii Evans' work his territory.-- !!. hildrun came home from Annvtlle, istmas ts Kentucky Citizen Correspondents ROCKCASTLE COUNTY we seml gceliuvs this Chrntiins Disputants ti,,., Hu,. we not reason to iv- Disputanta, Dec. 23. Moving seems tl o "good ."nice as never r fore at lelings" tlin' bright to ih watr.lt- - to he tho general occupation of tho I glorimr refrain, people of this vicinity. Mr. nn.l in on Mrs. J. K. McGuirc, of Richmond, " y l 'Jo I io Hie parents, peace, good will toward men." were Visiting the lalter's earth, Mr and Mrs. A. T. Abncy, last week. fact That great and stupendous Born to tho wife of John Recce, a -- lands out today with startling sig- W. II. Thomas of tills rtl flno boy. nillennce. The record of the birth the greatcenlral fact in t e Christ homo worlds' history. The Divine melody year, is moving hack to T. Hooded the Judoan hills and place on Davis Branch. Mrs. A. that Almev lias heon very Mck. Willi. Til entranced the cars of thoio who ded the llocks has been a spirit that Gatliff, of Climax, has sold his furm and is moving to the J J. Martin 'T Ang fann 0I1 scaffold Cae.-Ma- son ..n of .his place and Nancy B. Jones, of e memor thn.ling as at the birth of the Prince of Luther Teno, were ma rried a Peace, whose work has caused few days ago 0. M. Pajno made a ar to cease from our land. That business trip to Richmond last week. any one should celebrate Christina, pawnee Moore has O.- -D. vid Williams, or and he Christless, that any one should hear of the Father's love and near Berea, bought a nice eowam, G. T. I a . be an alien, that anyone should l.ear calf of Sam Co Je Dt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919 Beginning at 10:00 O'clock a. m. N u" ten-fov- the following property, viz: 64 acres of land situated about 2 miles north of Paint Lick on the Richmond and Lancaster pike. Also all of my personal property consisting of Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs, Farming Implements, 10 Stacks of Hay, 60 Barrels of Corn, 400 shocks of fodder, 2 Straw Ricks, 5,000 Tobacco Sticks. will also rent for the year 19 19 about 150 acres of my home place to be cultivated as follows: 15 acres in tobacco, 45 acres in corn, 10 acres in oats, 22 acres of meadow, 20 acres of new cloyer and 40 acres of Blue 1 -- 13 nttacUnd Z; 'f rrAtcm Grass for grazing. There is upon this land for the renter's use one large tobacco barn, of the stock barni one tenant house and one-hal- f Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. For information see E. T. Fish, Berea, Ky. ;-- milk cow to Mason Anglin a n-:Walter Richmond has; of all vital issues of life. T. J. for i75.(X). returned from Camp Taylor and n( Flaneiy was summoned to tho side of his sister, Mrs. Nancy Herd, nu.vint: on Major Guild's place. of Owsley County, who had a para- CLAY COUNTY lytic stroke. No news of her con- Vine received.-B- ort '"ition has been Vine, Dec. it). Logcing seems to IIIIIIISIIO, 1,1111111 IHJIII IIW. liobbio Virginia, is visiting his parent?, Mr. bo the go at present. Miss john?on. Francis Relford. of Burning Springs, is and Mrs. John gmd-icir-Ti- ls at this Sproule is sponding tho holidays visiting her place. Matt I'enningan sold a l -o with Mi?' Myrt Johnson. Married, receu'ly December lith, Elsie Denton and year oW mul.! foe 165 Mrs. Nancy Ponder, .vhilo vijiIhu' D(x loy Hendricks of this section. Preston Mainous and cousin from her daughter ut Ihis vucc, wa3 if Y. M. c A. work at uitchins gun shell cidcntally "" County are visiting I a whioh was shot by a shot accidental! thrown into r0 ti,c Good Citizens of Hitcbins and ' a.e. boxo, One Vicinitv: tho Are with pai-ecP"'ram ,'e1b'LnI. to ,l"e V." . i,i w,.m in in l.dl nook, tlv.3 in This opportunity to say a word; rriuuy utu-llCK auuuay-sciioo- i. - filing niong rt.gr(l,ng tho Young Men's Chris- ' " 111:. left nicely. . Miss Myrtle . A. Pennington tjaa Association, especially tho In- . In tlie imwviiried and faithful of . . .. . . .. I c v i (lnsiriai uepariment ai ttltrtliitm Mrs. Medler of visited reiauvcs ai uuniing Robertson, of Gray Hawk, is visit- - forts of Dr. and last week. Lisli Rich sold to iicnryiWnoro I have come as a reprosen- "u College- .-r .o great epidemic ing his niece. K. E. McCollum. at tho - Pennington a tluee year "Id mule tntive of Christ, in the interest of Wilson anil wife inllmwn has not reached our vi- tnr ft?no Messrs. Chas. and ftamey ii,, Kmcil present time.-l- nk lo nut mi. with '""r weU and '".v or Oklahoma, came in last week to so- in Clav nassed thru hero last Sunday, heln. a program that will bolter spoifd tho winter with relatives their way to Laurel Count- y- cial, mora, religious cducati onal .,,.. iii ir.Q . ... horo. s ..w iiii.il.i Luiiuiiiuu. to on ..ill i ...i.i.ii ..k t.iii. r.'.Ti-.":iiiih in tinniiiit Til .i.i t in this section. (IIJJli. T -- 1, on building a new church house cepled wIlh profound gratitude and sense of tho re- (Middle Fork, Dec. orn o here. The inlluenza is still raging yia with a keen Silver Creek Doc Wells, sponsibility which it entails upon day of school at this county. Miss Delia was Iho last " Mrs. Roland Lewis a son. in this .,! ti... Ii.. .Inmos Kimsford after closing her school and visiting mo. This responsibility I would bo J" preached at this plnco from Sat- - c''J"nw' inade.piato lo bear depend- " "" urday night till Wednesday night- .hor homo at Natbanton. Henry ,ng upon myself; but relying upon ' .Vi.innn Smyth and family have moved into Him who is Uio s urco of all our her ;"'' Mrs. I.oatba Holt is visiting at...,,, , .... . , .. Waco. Lewis VauKhn and 1,1111... u.l . I . u amors am win siay over 1,111 ibi- - nn.. ...rtl'.TIf. .in ..vl.i,iilnl ls.l Willi tho houses jusi. vacaiou ny sirengiu, wisuoiu aim iuwui, nn.l mas. Hort Summers killed a chick- - " L fooling prompted by recent ipios- , Reynolds. : Anr,,e.,H a"d inJ en hawk, last week, which measured lions in sympathetic interest from C my Pleasjiro to "''ihlM rh,rl, four fee anil three inches from tip Inspector Corbally, of Newark, N.j '"" U 18 ' 8 ' tip-- Died a t at his home here, af- deputies at tho tlay; but loy Hatlleld has returned homo J., placed women w I you not, tha tl ,0 ear c tor an illness of llireo weeks or re . I nson ,.r rail vaystationstoprevcntentranWSa n nayton.emphatic MP more, with Spanish influenza. Dud IniMminpoIis, -A is visitnuj his parents. into tho city of women and girls which I havo tenCole, son of W. F. Cole, deceased. c whoso faces are 'painted or pow- - and confldenco d- Uy received from you os years of age. ami Ho was fifty-tw- o Hcrea's inspector? dered. Where is ly tho (,'ood people of Hitchins, in ie behalf of myself and the work of Assocl- Miiii'i ..... rMllim.r. flni. , it Ilnlnl Itnr.k. WnS II... Vn Ho leaves a wife four sons and four ..WW", HI,. l.....! ...V.... nlirixl Ian UUIIIUUII UIUJ V. daughters, besides several brother fishing for tarpon in Florida, and ho nti(m m this vicinity call rrom mo o pulled ,.Vory feeling or kindness and ami sisters, and relatives to mourn f agl TUrg. booked such a big one that it . ... . . overboard. . As Cal . went over prooiatiou and load me on to say, his loss. "ay.-i- ost , au or Jo in uueii s lumi.y toro lhpu f Tho Y. M. C. A.'s thruout our land Tho vacant nlace. the omntv chair. We see them day by day; V1'0 waler l 11,0 lar"on9 wako 1,0 seek an opportunity lo do that l is rand Dig Hill, was know Js moral, religious, educational And oh! It fills our hearts with . mother, Mrs. .Mary i uanuaru, last , n0iiin n " ill and recreational work which, vital care, ' Fri,lay.-M- iss Slnco our loved ono went away thu it may bo t() community weldaiiL'hter. Ida. have Influenza. Miss fare, goes undono unless tho Y. M. Dell Sparks, of Clover Bottom, and C. A. docs iL Harrison Lunsford, of Dreyfus, wero GARRARD COUNTY For this purpose wo uro bore, nnd ' tho guests of their aunt, Mrs. Wm. Paint Lick already have becoino familiar with Paint Lick, Dec. 22- - Miss Fannie Stout, part of last week. Dairyins abundant opportunities and many Fravos and Napoleon Price, both of seems to be all tho go in this avenues for service. Just as the were married last Wed- - munlty. William Stouf has Just Young .Men's Christian Associations nosday in the Christian Church in completed his new milk house and of IRW sought to unite those young Lancaster. Mrs. S. M. Scrivnor and has nlno fine cows which aro bring-II- . men who regarded Jesus Christ as S. Gay woro married Wednesday ing him a nico sum of money each From now until Jan 1, 1920 their Lord and Savior, and accordMr. Walker has moved his in tho Methodist Parsonago in Lan- - vnok and an Evans Self-fillining to tho Holy Scriptures decided easier. Willie King son of iMd L. oil drill from Charlio Dlytho's farm (o bo His disciples in tholr doctrines and their lives, and to associate their elTorts together fur H'o extension of His Kingdom among young men, so does tho Industrial Both Y. M. C. A. hero; but ll does more than that, in that it works with not only youno men, hut all men, women and children. The supply of pens is From this you will boo Unit tho limited Y. M. C. A. program is not "out and Returns to jts before-the-wdried." but rather flexible, adjusthigh standard of quality ing itself to each particular phase of work and meeting tho needs of Send in Your Subscription each community regardless of TO-DAor complexity of prob to me the most amazing phenomena , ! .- W. C. FISH Richmond, Ky. Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer - (Tip j jiiiii SH0TGUN BILLED PIPER BRIDE Weapon Found In Home of Aeeued Part Man at Muskegon, Mich of Victim' Skull Torn Away. s c i.i:... nn.. hl; . opi-ms- s -- 1 SiiJVMllJL" 23.-H- M,k,,ci, Mich.. Pec. 1SJ. Kreda wcim(kn CiIciieo heiress, wns uliot n ,, imnoymoon to lU,ntll ns ,.Hinn npur lion. TIiIh uuh ri'vciileil i,v l'rosccutur It meek, when lie ridded jjetamj. nnJ 2 i... . I 23.-Sat- urduy; ZLtrtZS. S nc JIIsm welclimnn . r wild fninl Itie mrtrldtff lil'-iniiy lend lo Hie Identity rlmme, l In Piper, wlici Is of Itn- not nnll wn Military eimllneineiit Hut fli'd of Hip ruld on his Immc fMirln Hint tin, nrlMiliT woillil com lutt unleiili r Injure lilmoi'lf. Sheriff Cnrl StHuflVr plHPiil n "death wnlcli over Mm. The Rimrd lls on n little 'll. Ids stool Jnt mitKlilp IMperV rontiiiiiully on the prisoner. IhiImmMiiI li-- on l'llr rarrlril It with the lionrvmoon Minx WVtrhmnii. trip Tli fnl li"t lor- iiwny pnrt of the girl's Kknll. Mr. Itnock mild, but left - whs piirclnisfd 11111I whether w)n ,(i nn(,(i t( nm, wlull OHIO WANTS ARMY DOCTORS - - f'.. ,:,." ... r4 j "" tSsjsrzx. $$Z& HZTof a zrt .tn ap-hi- m mjtT so-i-i- al. Special Offer! THE CITIZEN g Fountain Pen For $2.00 No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar Once Tried Always used lems. In order to meet flo somewhat distinct phases of work among young men the Y. M. C. A. has been into live department, divided known as (I) Railroad Dept., which servos railroad men of all rank; U' the City Dept., which servos voting men of our cities; (3) tho siudunl Dept.. which servos young men of all classes in college; (t) the Army and Navy Dept., of which wo havo heard so favorably during the war, when il furnished for all soldier and sailor boys social centers, stationery, newspapers, book, ball games, educational and recrereligious enterliiiuments, ational meetings, Sunday Schools, prayer leagues. Hibles, personal interviews and visits when sick; (Ii) then last comes tho Industrial Dept.. to which wo belong with a hunt of sisters in mining camps; allbo wo have tho only Y. M. C. A. thnl has yet been organized in Iho plant ol n Refac-tor- y Company. This Y. M. C. A. is here to bring us belter health, stronger bodiir, trained and well developed; active brains that think clearly, accurately and frequently; clear consciences that let men do as they want their mothers, daughters, sisters and wives to do, and guide thorn on in the footsteps of our Lord who said, "If any man will como after mo. let him deny himself nnd take up his cross daily and follow mo." To assist others in finding and following Christ wo hope to promote work in athletics, churches, Sunday-schoolmoving pictures, educational lectures, reading circles, scoutcraft and other activities that help folks, 'Think without confusion. ctenrly, Lovo their fellowmen sincerely, Act from honest motives purely, Trust in God and Heaven seourcly." Edwurd K. Cook, Secretary s, Appeal Made to Secretary Baker to Release Physicians to FlQht Influenza. rolnintiiK, O.. Pee. 23. ApiwnN to Secretary linker for the relenno lit once of nt least 200 Ohio physlclmm from the iinny to told In coiiitiHtthiK the Inlhlenin epidemic In the ruriil sections wns ninile In it telecrnm nent by the Ohio Stnle .Medical association throiiKh Its executive secretary, Oeorge V. Sherldnn. NO ' HOPE FOR ENTOMBED MEN n Four Workers Caught In Cave-IIron Mine In Michigan Face Death. of Ncrnnnee, Mich.. Dec. 23. Tho four of tho men cnuRlit In the cnvc-l- n Cleveland Cliffs Iron compnny'H mine lute Thumday lire still entombed. Utile hope Ix held out that any of the men will he taken out nllve. Theatrical Manager Dies. Now York, Dec. 23. Oeorgo vetenin uctor mid theatrical manager, who directed the original "Uncle Tom's Cuhhi" company on Its Kuro-pentour, died at his homo here, nged Oon-wn- n lifvrnty-lhriV- . I Cable Restrictions Modified. M.... 't Wi.rlln.n r..tf. uhitloiiH reipilrlng that ronllrmatlon of he hi plain Innguuge cnhleKrnms Instead of rode we're revoked by the government censorship hoard. t'...til..i.t., China Decorates Hurley. Peking. Thu Chinese, (loverrinient has conferred tho Order of Chluoho, ct'cond eluss, on Kdwurd N. Iurlcy, chulrmun of the United Stuten shipping board. JOHN CO. WHITE LOUISVILLE, KV. k Llbtisl ortRMat d full value paid for raw FURS Hldsa and Ooat iina The Citizen is a Good Christmas Gift