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FROST, llffi Devoted to t3.e Interestg of the 3oian.taEi People BEftEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 4, 1019, The Citizen NEW PEACE WORK FOR THE BABY TANK Knowledge is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge is (o read a good Newspaper. Vol. XXI Five Cents Per Copy. One Dollar and Fifty CenU per Year. No. 23 Dr. Rom Visit to Berea Dr. Johnston Ross of the Union Theological Seminary of New York has spent four days in Berea, giving four addresses to the Studentjs, and five to the Faculty. Dr. Ross is a native of Inverness, at the north of Scotland, and is one of the greatest of the imported preachers who have come from the Old World to the New in somewhat recent years. Why should a man come from Scotland to America and from New York to Berea to speak on matters of conduct and religion? It is because some men are gifted ' beyond others with the art of making such addresses who hear them. Of course, it is supprofitable posed that we go to church every Sunday to receive It is a benefit to meet our neighbors and join benefits. Too often the sermon with them in song and prayer. which do not closely concern us and is is about matters uninteresting, if not unprofitable. But there are some men in whose hearts the truth They are stirred up by the wonderful seems to burn. They do facts of this universe and God's providence. have heard somebody else tell but not repeat what they burn to pour out the thoughts which have come to them in their, prayer and in their Bible reading and in their Such a work for God's kingdom and their fellowmen. As soon as we had listened to him man is Dr. Ross. for ten minutes we all felt that he was giving us ideas that were precious. Many a indent discovered himself and his place in God's plun while listening to these addiesses, anJ all the' College workers felt their youth renewed and their consecration freshened. The Citizen will give reports of his addressesbut ioreprtcui redly convey the life and fire, the heat and light, that came to us who listened. ELLIS ISLAND REDS GO ON A HUNGER STRIKE Beg WorldNews Tho future of the Pcaco Treaty Is President Wilson has thus far refused lo discuss tho mailer for publication, but II is expected that ho will outline somo plan In his message to Congress, which is to converts in a few days. Senator Lodge Is as much opposed to compromlso as the President, nnd wishes to mako a party issue of the matter. In doubt. Refute to Eat or Aniwer Name fore Congressional Invest!-gatinCommittee. break nwii.v the wreckage caused by n A baby tank was need recently t terrific explosion whjeh destroyed n gns tnak of the Acme n subsidiary of Armour & Co., In Chicago, nnd nn mljolnlng bird refinery. Hydro-Oxygen com-pun- Kentucky News U. S. News AYashiiiglon, Dec. 2. General Ahhiml. A special meeting of the on legislation to comMhllnnd Trull Commissioners will be bo! the cost of Ijving, labor unrest, held hero January 17. Richmond. A plun Is being considered for piping iintunil gus from Hreath-It- t county wells lo Richmond. Bowling Creen. Mrs. Susan Cromwell, nged 03 yearn, died lit her home In thlx city of tuberculosis. of radicalism and a tliTnation to. peacetime baisis were tljj features or President Wilson's annual message to Congress dclivor-edtoda- y. (olil Congress, will bo discussed in a separate message later, as will the Dr. Ross Addresses Ilrlcf reports of tlieso ad- study of Iho Bjblo from two points dresses, corrected by Dr. Iloss him- of view. I. Language self will appear in The Citizen. Wo present this wock his Sunday morn-iii- ); Recalling tho fact that our King address to the students. James' version was printed in 1011, and thai Shakespeare died in 1010, Iho speaker remindod his hearers REASONS FOR KNOWINO THE that probably these two literatures, Ihe Bible and Shakespeare, have, BIBLE more than anything else, framed our English iongue, and. jyhosoevcr Ho began by saying that Iho wishes to spoak English cleanly and American Dlhlo Society requested sweetly, should bo familiar with thai in as many places as possible i both. In connection with tho Bible, iJ;: uUoiiii'on of tlio pcoplo should the speaker said there was a moral be drawn; tftday JLo the nQ0d.fora tft'r'knoWdgo of" tho Diblo and 'accurate speech. When Mattljow gaid that; rspooially in Berea, which Arnold died, the Itisliop of Ox lord, was named after a town mado fam- in his funeral sermon, declared that ous by the single feat that iLs peo- Mr. Arnold, by writing so beauli ple were Biblo students, attention fully in English, had rendered tho should be drawn to the situation people a moral as well as a linguiswhirh had devoloped in the Protes- tic service; because, said tho Bistant church. Four hundred years hop, many harsh and cruel things ago the Protestant church choso tho would remain unsaid if men waited Bible as the scat of authority, and to say them in good English. Tho organized religion around it Now, war brought about n certain debasereligion had not always been organ- ment of linguistic currency. The ized around a book. Quite excellent mouths of officers and soldiers and people, like Abraham, had contrived of the common people had been to bo religious without tho Diblo or and it is necessary for us as prayer meeting. The Romans or- part of our moral servlco lo tho curganized religion around a stale; tho rent generation to recover tho caJews around a (emplo nnd an altar; pacity for good, clean, accurate, and and the Catholic church around the melodious speaking. Wo cannot do mas. In these systems it was not better in this than to imitate Mr. essential that any particular book Ruskin, who said that, having should bo widely known, but Pro- learned by heart largo portions of testantism has chosen to make the the Bible, it was impossible for him, liook central. Ignoranco of tho book even in tho foolishest days of youth, among Protestants, therefore, is to wrilo superficial or formal Engmorn fatal than elsewhere, and in lish. our eities the situation is that, II. Contents though there is a Iliblo on tho pul-p- il, Passing In tho contents of tho there nro practically no Bibles Scriptures, the speaker pointed out in the pews, nnd largo and Impor- thai, although It took two thousand tant sections of tho Bible simply years to put these books together eannot bo taught from tho pulpit nnd their authorship is for the most because Iho p'eoplo havo no means pari anonymous, the library as a of referring to tho loxlbook. This whole for the Biblo is not a book exclusion of the niblo from tho but a shelf of books is marked by churches, along with tho oxoluslon one feature from end to end. It of the Biblo from tho schools, make maintains that behind the things wo n situation extremely perilous, nnd see is a Ood who cares for" yet it is tho situation which the men there a difficult but ennobling f. Berea students are going out to Now, tills truth the Biblo does face. Mr. Ross then commended tho not present in a doctrinal proposl-tion- al wny, but in tho following Ihreo wnys: CONTENTS (I) A small section Is cut out of human history nnd Is written (for Iho most part rewritten from earlior PAGE 1. Editorials: Dr. Ross,'Ad-drosse- s; documents) from tho point of view Ky., U.S., World of showing that thero is n Ood who News. enres. Ood is shown at every possible stage as intruding into human PAGE 2. College and General affairs. No narrative or story is News. given for its own sake. All Is writ-to- n PAGE 3 Serial Story; with a bias, and In tho Interest Oenoral Nows. of this truth about Ood. (2) Tho presenco of a Ood who PAGE 4. Boron Locals. loves and cares for men produces PAGE 5. Public School Nolea ; cortain reactions of tho human heart both pious and impious, both First Aid Column. welcoming nnd resentful. Now, tho PAGE 6. Mountain Agrloulluro ; Biblo gives us In books liko tho Homo Department. Psalms and Job speolmens of these PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson ; Sermon! human rencllons, and gives them Christmas Story; Thrift Week. frankly, both tho pious and tho Impious onos. If somo of tho Blblo's, PAGE 8. East Kentucky Nows. (Continued on pago C) Nolo. do-tllbo-lie- The peace treaty, the President . principal recommendations wero: Clinton. The dwelling house of Tom 'Establishment of a budget system Core, on South Washington street, was fotjlhe national finances. destroyed by tire. Uss about .$1,000. Reorganization of the taxation to meet Jackson. The Jackson Hoard of sysjem, if necessary, Trade has purchased the Kash building changed world conditions and make on .Main street and opened its nfllces thif system .conform witli the fact there. j that tho United States "is the in the world." Howling (Jreen. Mrs. Margaret Garj(ecognition and relief for veteran vin, wife of Charles (Inrvln, died at her home In the llend after u brief Ill- jsol'jicrs of (he world war, particularly, in Nfhe way of government ness. d by Secretary (?J?9n-"PPg-"cyntiiintiiivrtciiriirKiirrifiTsoid Lnne. his funu of one hundred acres on the T Proper measures lo faster tho Hicks pike to Frank Lulr at (133 per' industry built up during tho acre. war to keep the United Slates in-Flemlngsburg. About 3,!0 turkeys dependent of foreign supply. have been slaughtered here for the An enlarged program for rural Eastern market. Fewer than for many development in recognition of tho year. farmer's part in tho war. Measures which "will rcmovo tho Frankfort. Mrs. Millie Blunkenshlp, charged with robbing n Huntington, W. causes" of "political resllcncss in our body politic." Vu., restaurant keeper, of $3S0, was hre. Fight the Unrest At this point the President mado Fleiulngshurg. Four hundred and his most extensive reference to tho thlrly-licenses have been Issued peace treaty by saying the common o far by County Clerk I'lummer, ltiu for the unrest "were superficial more than last year. rather Hian deep senled" and that Bowling Crccii. Mrs. Susan S. Dev-I- they "arise from or are connected widow of the late William S. with the failure on. tho part of our died at her home In this city fid government to arrive speedily at a lowing a lingering Illness. just anil permanent peace permitFrankfort. A parole was granted M. ting return to normal conditions, HIckerstalT, JelTerson county. He was from the transfusion of radical sentenced In I'.ll" lo a term of live theories' from seething Europear yeurs- for malicious shooting. centers pending aurh tln'ny. and lastly, from 111" machinations of Jit. Sterling. .Miss Mary Smith was' badly scalded about the face and hands nasionato and malevolent agitators. when she attempted to pour liollln; With the return to normal onli-lion- s water from one ves-this unro-- l will rapidly disInto another. appear." May Held. The son of Tho President renewed his nrom- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nance, if mendatlons for legislation lo deal was badly burned a few day ago, while playing In front of an open effectivelv vilh 'Jioie person" who by violent melhrls wouM abrogate grate. institutions." our lime-testCjnthlunn. Twelxo people, three women and nine men, huvu taken the Washlnglon. Dec. 2. With much examination bore us applicants for enumerator of the census In this impatience tho Stale Department today nwaited word from Mexico county. City of tho release of Consular Howling (ireen. Dr. Junius Wooten.j Agent Jenkins from Iho penitennged 71 years, one of the prominent tiary at Puebla in response to this physicians of Warren county, died uti government's second sharp note to his home at Smith's Crore, of Hrlght'x Carranzn. i tllsCUHC. Tho department tonight has not Lexington. Four pieces of losing-to- been advised of tho note's delivery real estate were transferred for but officials said it probably was a' total coiislilerutlon of $23,000 by presented during the day and that deeds tiled Tor record hi the olllce ol they expected "prompt action by tho County Clerk. Cnrranza administration in ncreding lo tho "request" or Iho United Stales. Cynthhinu. Mrs. Hervey McClel- Tho nolo was forwarded early Sunland, wife of the utility Inllelder for day, and n delayed dispatch from the Chicago White Sox, Is berloiihly III tho Mexican capital said tho Mexihere ut the homo of her father-ln-lucan foreign office announced lalo Hugh McClelland. last night thai il had not been Frankfort. Citizens of Paris, Ky, Errors In cable transmiswithdrew their petition before the l sion wero said to havo delayed its Commission asking for a new station to be built by the I.ouls-vlll- e presentation. & Nashvlllu Ilallroad. An order was sent out by tho Flemlngsburg. Mrs. S. L. McQohau, Southern Regional Fuel Administraformer editor of the Ewtug Inquirer, tion to tako effect, beginning Monhus.gono to Morehcud to tukt charge day, for tho conservation of fuel. of the Itowun News. (Continued on Page Five) (CMttsa4 MfM) ; great-esttcapila- Clinton. Miss Florence Utterbiiel; question. and Water (Irlft'ey, residing three railroad Tlto President's miles nest of Clinton, were married. New York, Nov. 20. More than three scoro radicals awaiting deportation hearings at Ellis, Island, now being Investigated by the house Immigration committee, have Instituted two strikes within 24 hours. After having Issued an ultimatum to the effect that they would not attend their hearings unions the wire screen Tho Prime Minister of Italy, NUU, which separated them from visitors hns mado an appeal to the people of wns removed, they declined an InvHn"-HoAmerica to aid Italy in the difficult to march Into the dining hall for problem of tho Adriatic ports. This hrenkfast. The menu which the hunger strikers turned down consisted is rather n peculiar mclhod of proof prunes, oatmenl bread with a sub' cedure, but it is quite apparent that there is fear- - of revolution in Italy, stltutc for butter and coffee. Byron H. Uhl, acting commissioner unloss the matter is settled soon. It of Immigration, said be had not is difficult to see what tho American what steps would be takcp to people can do, especially as wo are should break the hunger strike If It not now a signatory to the Treaty continue to the stage wherp It affectof Peace. ed the health of the prisoners. The first showdown In the ontltrinl The Treaty of Pcaco is to go into strike came when one striker wns He offered effect December 1st, regardless of summoned for a hearing. no resistance and marched Into the the action of (ho United Stales. room, but when he nrrlved there he Germany, however, has been Inrefused to answer questions. to take advantage of tho situHearings, however, were held In clined the cases of six other strikers, who ation and postpone the dato until tho reiisscmblying of tho Senate went back on their "soviet" nnd anthat it may bo known what that nounced they were ready to appear. While a concessional committee In- body is disposed finally lo do. Tho vestigating the department of labor League of Nations will also bo set was nttendlng the hearings sudden in motion, and it is possible that wns token when one of the bring n prisoner from President Wilson may be asked to keepers. Rent to preside over the first sitting, oven the enclosure, returned with the statement that the man would not nnswer though our country has no voice in his name and no one could Identify its proceedings. him. The attorney representing the defendants wns appealed to, but sold Iteports are current that there is he could he of nn aid. .is he did not some possibility of the Sovlot Govknow his clients "by their fnces." ernment in Russia calling for a Constituent Assembly. If that is true, NOTORIOUS MEXICAN IS SLAIN it must be regarded as a bold act on tho part of Lcnine and the BolJesus Rentsrla, Bandit Who Kidnaped shevik!. Perhaps, however, ho feels Lieutenants Peterson and Davis, confident that the Soviet form of Murdered by Own Men. government is now able to triumph, Mnrfa, Tex.. Nov. 20. Jesus Rente-rland that it could be made legal by Mexican bandit who kidnaped the approval of an assembly. PerLieutenants Peterson and Davis, Amer- haps he is yielding lo conservative ican aviators, and held them for ran- influence. som, has been murdered by members n d a. .. f of his bandit gang, according to word A report from Governor Harrison Renterla Is said to received here. makes it known thnt he considers have- been killed at Cnrriznzo Springs, following a qunrrel with several of his the Philiplnes now ready for indefollowers over the distribution of the pendence. The policy of tho Demobalance of the ransom money paid for cratic parly wasknown to bc'favor-abl- e the release yj; tjie Amcrlcnn aviators. to independence some time ago, dye-rfttif- J there was hesitation, even on OF ROBBED $5,000 but part of the Filipinos themsolvos, ROAD the Interurban It is probable that the United States for $hIea9 Messenger will retain such coaling stations and Surface Lines Held Up by Five harbors as will be needed in caso Bandits in Automobile. Chicago. Nov. 20. John Cushlng. messenger for the Chicago Interurban Surface lines, was held up at the rtrect hams and robbed Eighty-eightof $5,000. collections representing two receipts nt Crete, Chicago days' Heights nnd niue Island. There were five bandits. They escaped In a automobile. h senger they finally give up the islands. This may become a parly issue In (he presidential election. COMMONS TO HAVE LABORITE n, Rag-lan- John Lawson Carries Durham County District by a Big. Majority. London, Nov. 28. John Lawson. has been elected to the house of In commons In the Durhnra county. Mr. Lawson polled 17,838 votes as against 5.343 cast for his national democratic opponent. David Ollmour. i. The House of Commons in Eng land has abandoned tho policy of unemployment pensions which was an outcome of war conditions. A phrase used in this connection suggests that il is the duty of the people lo support tho government and not the duty of tho government to support tho people. There is a sign of reaction against socialistic tendencies in that phrase that is worthy of consideration. Newspapers in the Argentine suggest some peculiar consequences, should the United States fail to enter tho Lcaguo of Nations. Tho South American countries aro quito devotedly in favor of tho Leagug,.and at;e joining as rapidly as permitted What would be the valuo of our Monroo Doctrino if these South, American countries wero Joined" in covenant relations with European countries. An important conference has been going on at Dorpat in tho Balkan Stalo of Livonia. This place was outside of the path of tho war, and lc inil ttnlli unltfirmnil ftiwont tn ports indicajo that three of tho Bal kan Slates havo decided lo Join a federation to protect themsolves against both Germans and Russians. Tho three states aro Esthonia, Let- vin nnil I.ilhiinliin el ERNEST H CMFRRINGT0N Farm-Ingto- ed 3 ! n iiAiJl!1 i ss9lsW Is A WH Cnlua w lMWsisMrW" ..hi N" "'' . Ball-ro.u- rull-rou- Australia is sufforing from the most severe drought sho has ever known. Inasmuch as tho raising of ' livestock is Iho main industry, the lack of nasturaco is fatal to this in- j . I t I i r nri. - IUIIIIUII 13 I III) liuvcr liHBU, J lei comes at cortain seasons con 'but nected with the monsoons. No explanation has been given for tho failure this year. fl. 1 head of tho Lcaguo Against Alcoholism, which Is founded with the world-widprohibition. to view e late photo of ICrnest Hurst Cher-rlngto- n, ftf Frankfort. Ira Hulette, Frankfort; Ferguson, Brownsville; John and Houd, Luwreuceburg, "I'uwyfoot" Johnson, recently Injured Jessu Oliver, Marlon, wero commislu London, wus one of Mr. Cherrlng-ton'- s sioned colonels on the stuff of Governprincipal assistants. or Hlack. T. C. (iruhaui Page Two THE CITIZEN December 4, 1010. General College News RESOLUTIONS SENT TO SENATOR HITCHCOCK College Department Normal Department The Academy Foundation School PROGRAM FOUNDATION THANKSGIVING EXERCISE All of tho Foundation studonU gathered in ono dining room, whloh DR. JOHN M'DOWELL read beforo llio faculty nnd students, assembled on Thanksgiving Day in tlio College-- Chapel. Tho great majority of the more than flfleen hundred present voted in favor of tlio resolution, whllo only About forly were opposed to it. Resolution Whereas, tlio President of tho United Stales has mado known his desire for an expression of opinion In regard to the ratification of tho Peace Treaty with Germany, there fore. Resolved, by tho officers nnd slu denls of Bcrcn College, an institu tion located in a Republican section of Kentucky, nnd serving tho Mountain Section of tho South, assembled in Thanksgiving service That wo express our thankfulness for tho Improving health of tho President, our confidence in his nnd Christian leadership; nnd our belief thnt tho Trcnly should be ratified without reservations, or with only such reservations as will make the Treaty more clear nnd givo our interpretation to articles that might olhorwiso bo doubtful. That we believe such is tho most practicable method to pursue, all things considered, to bring the war conditions to an end; that it will givo the world intact the Lcaguo of Nations, ,tho most forward step yet taken toward a legal means of preventing wars, and establishing conditions of peace and order among men of all nations and races. That tho taking of such n forward step is tho fitting oulcomo of tho participation of our country in tho world war and n reward for the sacriflco of llfo and far-sight- ed drafted by Dr. J. It. Robertson at the request of President Frost and The following resolution was property. Resolved thnt a copy of this resolution be sent to Senator Hitchcock, tho President's rcprosenlativc in the United States Senate. Berea, Kentucky, November THANKSGIVING 27, 1919. DAT SERVICES Thanksgiving Day services were held in the College Chapel last Thursday in accordanco with the usual custom. After tho preliminary exercises, including tho reading of the President's proclamation by Dr. Raymond, prayer by Dr. Hutchins, an athem by the choir and tho singing of America by tho congregation, the sermon was delivered by the Rev. Dr. Edwin Burnham, pastor of Plymouth Church. Syra cuse, N. Y. His subject was "Tho New Ruler." Taking for his text Hcb. 2:8, "Thou hast put all things in subjection un der His feet," the preacher proceeded to show that Jesus was the New Ruler. "Two questions are common," said the speaker. Tho ona is, "Is thero a ruler of this world who is good, and wise, and true"; the other, "If there is such a ruler is Ho actually ruling?" Ho reviewed tho history of past ages, pointing out tho rule of greed, godlcssness, pillage, murder, deceit and othor evils. Ho rapidly passed over tho list of notoriously wicked rulers of history, and the harsh, cruel ways in which they dealt with their subjects nnd others who came under their power. But even in these days there was to bo found tho principles on which tho Now Ruler bases His rule; and these principles were slowly gaining in strength. went over counrlics whoso earlier history ho had reviewed. Tliis time to not the improvements that had been mado by Ho again the gains of tho New Ruler. Tho work of men like Knox and Luther was tho work of this ruler. Franco has changed; England Is bettor; India is advancing; Japan is a world power because of tho Gospel. But, not withstanding these gains, thero is much of tho old ordor that remains strikes, lockouts, Rods, I. W. W.s Bolshevists, profiteers, envy of rich for poor, and of poor for tho rich, rnco riots, nnd prejudices, fireed and Mammon still have great strongth. On tho other hand, ono sees liberty and justice gain, nnd tho marks of tho Now Ruler's reign grows mora distinct. Moro are doing as they'd be dono by. Materialism is giving way to spirituality. Tho now rnlis will not bo accomplished by drifting, but by work by the work of God and of God's own. Tho discourso was concluded with an appeal to enlist with tho Now Ruler and help His conquests. Police Arrest 106 Men. Baltimore, Md. Already groaning Hitler the weighty burden of prolonged nd war restriction, the lairt straw was placed upon tho back of Baltimore with tlio enforcement of i set of puritanical blue lawn. No lens than 100 persons, who were Kiifllciently courageous to defy the Ihw, fell Into the clutches of the polite. Tho Normal Department celc-I- n HOUSEHOLD WASTE Tho Freshman Class, ninely-on- o' walk around ( bralcd Thanksgiving ovoning with number, went for a Ono of tho greatest wastes about the Horn Inst Monday night. Miss ' a banquet which was enjoyed tho homo is food. Somo pcoplo may and Professor Thompson incnscly. Tho program was very say that they havo plenty to live on, as chapcrones. It was Just tercsling. Professor Lewis' speech I and it belongs to them, and that enough to mako tho walk en- - on "Tho Thanksgiving Spirit" was they have a right to uso it in any cold Joyablc, anil mo noi reircsnmcnw, quuu eloquent, way that thoy want lo. They never Tlio toasts wcro uniquo and orlg- - stop to think what this waslo will which were served in tho Gymna-- 1 amount to every year, and tho good sium upon tlio return of tho party, inal, causing much amusoment, ' Several guests wcro present. wero very much enjoyed. that it might do somcono olso that Tho Vocational girls challenged Is in need of food. Miss Parker entertained with n the Collego girls to a basket-bal- l Tho food that It takes to feed n game, which wns played Inst Wed- - social Friday night, Nov. 28, 1010. dog will feed somo child that Is alnesday evening in tho boys' Gymna- - Many interesting games wcro played most starving. In a larger sonse slum. Tlio Collego girls had been and tho evening enjoyed by all. these little wastes will causo tho coached by Miss Acklcy and thoy Thoso present wcro: Misses Jennlo whole country to bo poorer. Most foods can bo kept from going proved to bo formidable adversaries Gabble, Arlio Dyo, Edith Tult, Mcr- for tho Vocational team. Tho scoro codes Plgman. Clara Mao Thompson, to waste, if tho right kind of caro was 5 In favor of the Collego team. Ruth Isaacs, Etta Bowman, Mary is taken of them. Most foods should Tho College team won tho big Snow, Stella Gapp, Margaret Virgin, ho kept In a cool place. An ico box football gamo Thanksgiving Day. Anna Virgin, Magdallno Richard-Bot- h is the best, but if Ico. cannot be setho Acadomy and the Collego son, Elvcno Jordan and Rhoda Whitt. cured, a small underground room teams had tho cntlro support of Messrs. Shirley Hayes, Carl Hunt-tho- lr may bo easily made, or a window respectivo departments. Much ley, Lawrence Rice, W. 0. Prousc, box can be mado on tho cool sido of had S"am Scaggs, C. C. Parsons, Stanley tho house. and excitement enthusiasm Careful mcnucs should bo mado, been aroused over tho prospects of Powell, John Wilson, Solho Whilo; victory. Tho gamo was scheduled James Picklcslmer, John Smith, Ros-f- or nnd try to cook Just enough to keep but if thero 2:30, but at 2:00 p. m. many pco- - coo King, Gaylor Baker and Mere-pi- e from having should be food left over, do not wcro down on the Athletic Field, dith Durham, impatient for the gamo to start. I Misses Alton and Myrtle Clccmcn3 throw it away. Thero may bo Just Tho gamo started promptly at 2:30, wcro guests of Mis3 Rooter Isaacs a little of each kind loft. This can be put togolhcr and mado into a and for two hours both teams fought during Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Cora White, a former slu most delicious dish. as they had never fought before. A cook book can bo gotten from The Academy mado tho first touch dent, visited Miss Dorothy Ullrich tho Department of Agriculture, or down, which counted six points. last week-en- d. the Children's Bureau, Washington, This was followed by a touchdown D. C, free of charge. This will bo and a goal kicked by the Collego In REPLY of great help In learning to cook tho second half, making seven foods different ways, and uso up tho was no lagging in points. There Interest on tho part of tho spectaTO Milk is often wasted. It should tors. They wore held breathless be kept as cool as possible so that during tho last quarter, especially it will not sour. Clabber milk can during tho last ten minutes when tho all contents of pact are to be bo used in making cottago cheese, Academy team was trying with bo thrown out. its might to mako a touchdown and announced as soon as mis-thu- s and should novcr to buy tho kind of It Is important They, save the day for them. sive is handed carranza cooking utensils that will last It might just as well havo tried to is also very necessary to havo through a steno wall as to break plenty of vessels to cook with. try to break through tho College Conoret May Join In Fight For Jen kins Lawmakers Expected to Bck Timo and food may bo saved by team, so fast did the Collego men Official MovePlant Framed For having plenty of equlpmont for stand. When tho end or tho gamo. cooking. was called the CollfrgO was still i Procedure in Case of Defiance, Many a time food is poorly seAcademy holding its ground, tho Union Nea Service lected when buying. Somo foods having mado no moro points. It. Western .Nspapr Washington. The Stun- - iv.part-wende- d that aro not so costly will givo Just was a happy College crowd that announced tlmi it mite lo the. as much nourishment as ono that is its way from the Athletic Mrelcaii (Jovern.mnt. replying to the higher priced. Field that night, for Its loam had, recent ( A pig should bo kept lo use tho iirruimi inilc declining to re-sea- won the biggest game of the . Wnm Q Joliklns Mwrlvtiv slop. It will fatten it and save tho I son. Consular Agent, who Is coutlned In u price of costly feed. , In appreciation of tho hard work penitentiary in Mexico, had By a little thinking and planning and tho brilliant success of our uven jent nnd would lie mude public ono may be ablo to savo many dolboys, the Collego girls here when It was delivered in Mexico lar's foot ball worth of food. Daisy Bilbrey. have planned a walking party out City. From Information olitnlned ut the lo Dr. Raino's on Wednesday even- - Mexican embassy It Is understood thati me nuie uoiim ue in uie minus i'i mi.ing. FOOT-BAL- L Mexican Foreign Olllce. Secretary of GAME The Thanksgiving Banquet proved State Itftbert Ionising declined absotoasts wero lutely to discuss, the tenor of content College Academy vs. a great success. Tho pronounced by visitors to havo been it the American note. Collego Academy kicked off. clearly, lioM-vvtho best ever given at a Thanks-srivin- K It Is understood punted. Academy punted. Wcidlcr Banquet. that the United States has reiterated made a good tackle and was hurt. Wo wcro glad to have with US H demand for the release of Mr. i an,onVrtlnr foallvifliw Jenkins, nnd that the Mexlcuu Gov era- - Hicks took his place B. Robertson quarter mt'Mt las bevn Informed of the danger mado three runs. First the following alumni: Clota Ham- of ovor. But within three inches of to iwM, tne mons, Mary Marsh, Boyd Collins, AimrIt.all authorities. In a note of Academy goal.' Academy conter Charlie Waters, and Mr. and Mrs. the character of the one now on its bucked and touchdown. Mado kick way to Mexico City It Is the custom to Harold Hoagland. Hljvse ,e (Jovernment, to which It Is for goal field. Score 0 to 0 in favor of the Academy. Hicks mado a good COLLEGE DRTS PLAN DE MOINES addressed, thnt If there Is "failure to College penalized. Vans-coyronitilv." the Government xeiullnir the tackle. CONVENTION note reserves to itself the right to take tackled around nock. Joncj steps to enforce compliance with Its mado two good runs. Five inches "The Colleges of the World I demands , . 1 . nrcl The fact thnt the State De- nf Amtnm,, nt av.Ia for World Prohibition" partment advises the public that It ut nuii'iuiHy feu.ki. liUlllU! uuu& uuil touchdown. Kick for goal failed. will release the contents of Its note lthout waiting for a reply from Cnr-o-f Scoro 12 to 0, favor Academy. The Eighth National Convention 18 "lk'-strongest profit Academy punted. Neal mado touch' Prohibition the pass. Kicked has not yielded from down of forward ""' MrAssociation will be held at Des hi the immediate re ease goal to to 0. First half over. January 5, 1920. im- Moines. Iowa Aim.r,,in consular Agent, Dicknell and Shcppard did good mediately following the Student work. n. Robertson plows through Volunteer Convention In tho same Testimony Is Rushed to Capital. Collego lino. Nelson blocked Acadcity. New York. Iiecnmmentlatlou that n emy's punL Player falls on ball. This Convention will bring to- arge part of the $10,000,000 net gether representative students and protlt shown by the Immigration annuale Academy penalized for off sides. J. serv-icJones broke up Collego pass. Neal professors from all important instilie expended In Improving the or- and Jones mado gains. Within tutions to consider tho liquor prob ganization will be made by the House gain a vision of the .'ommittee on Immigration ulilcli bus three feet of Academy goal. Acadlem abroad, to responsibility of American colleges mvestlgutiig condition on Kills emy mado flno fake1 conter buck colleges of the world, and Island, It wus learned. This proposal play, whilo D Robertson ran around lo other touchdown. one of the results of the Inquiry sides and mado a to work out tho pans for an cxten-'- 1 w''hh lias been closed for the Kicked goal 20 to 0. D. Robertson Sion Of tho COlIegO prohibition move- "resent. Itepresentutlve Albert John- - ran to ono foot of Acadomy goal. ment to all other lands. "" Mado touchdown by center buck. Tho morning and afternoon scs- - for Washington with' his co digues, Kick for goal failed 32 to 0. Acadand rH,y took sions will be wUi u mM of inspirational programs, and the Na- - llonv l.orr,.H)0ll(t.ntv documentary emy kicked off. Harlow mado a win uu- -, .Vlilence and miscellaneous iionai urawncai papers good tackle. D. Robortson caught cupy tho evening. Witch will be used In helping them to Collego pass. College penalized for off sides. 0. Robertson mado a All delegates to the Student Vo- frame their report to Congress. touchdown. Jones kicked goal 39 lunteer Convention aro urged to re to 0. Collego kicked off and ball main over one day longer, and others Dragnet To Be Spread. aro invited to mako a special trip. Washington. Can n man support tin loft bounds. Splendid forward pass tutomohlle uud u family on .',000 a to Tutor, but did not count. Acadtear or less? If he Is a bachelor and omy punted and Collego mado HI Mind In the Clouds. iwus nu automobile cm lie make ends fumblo. Gamo over with scoro 39 Rev. George Hnrvest was to have neet on $1,000 n yeur or less? daughter of Wsh-o- picstlou will be put to thousandsThis to 0 in favor of tho Academy. been mnrrled to the of During tho season Collogo and Compton of London, but on the people In Ohio soon, nnd they will have morning fixed for the eremony for- 'd answer, It Is said, Academy played flvo games. Acadto the satisfac-io- n got all about it and went off tMilng. of Internal lterenue agents, It la omy won threo, Collogo two. Tho Much Indignation was felt by the bride vstimnted Unit 101,820 automobiles tire total score of all games was 103 for am) her friends, and the engagement jwmil In Ohio, still only 8'J,100 Income Academy, 23 for College. was broken off. Hut the reverend :ax returns from automobile owners was wve engagement second been received from Ohio Internal he Itevenui; equally unsuccessful. Once more Whet Always Preferred Food. Districts. The dhignet Is to bu, forgot to come up to the church and Ibrown all over While more people ore living In the the country. Altogethlost his expectant bride In conse- er OJVtVSXl automobiles and trucks ure world today dependent upon rice than quence. upon wheat for subsistence nnd a jwned In Die United States and only J,HC'J0.'i owners have paid Income tax. greater number of the human family live upon millet than any other cereal Another "Origin of Dixie." 'ditqud apvtn food, wheat Is the preferred food t' Before th Civil war the old o) 8upjoo3u Ok'odJtid sim among the higher civilized peoples. bank of New Orleans, having the Jjodaj o) pajoAsp Xouipuiit pun saupn! The more progressive peoples of thn power to Issue paper money, prosoo oqj joaoo oi "wiaoapjoo earth have ever been wheat eaters. ipj jo vided quantities of bills, most of Grains of wheat have been discovered having the French ajBAiid japun pjud uooq oaui pmo denomination, In Egyptian tombs of the tlrst dynus-- ' word "Dlx" on their backa. This mri sjojd oqi iiiiA pojuduioa 'tjanom jaa s3uAW put) 'OIQI auoC V3su eqj ty. dutlng hHtk 4.000 It. C, while money become, popular, according to this, theory, Louisiana wus referred Sujnp sojpuun jo uoiituodo sin u bread of wheat has been excavated luawmaAoo oin Xq opmu oma mm from the ruins of the prehistoric lake to as the land of the "Dixies." Eventdwellers of Wagner nnd Itobeuhuusen "ZlttZt jo inowd 0N uojupjstAV ually the term was broadened to inIn Switzerland. IwuiiueAOQ Xa PW lUOJd 6nH clude all of the southern states. ed I 9-left-overs; was well decorated with Foundation colors, for Thanksgiving and enjoyed the following program: Arthur Drock Toast Master Origin of Thonksgivlng..Vcrna Isoli Poem: Our First Thanksgiving .... Margaret Day The Mother of Thanksgiving Raloigh Hall Thanksgiving Song.. Seventh Orado Students. Thanksgiving Pocm...Gcorgo Creech How tho Brass Kettles Savod tho Children Laura Stralton Wood Hinton A Boy's Diary Givo Thanks for What.. David Fields A Good Thanksgiving Hortcnso Taylor Wo Thank Thco (Rooitntlon) Sixth nnd Seventh Grado Girls. Thanksgiving Day in tho Navy U. 0. Sams Landing of tho Pilgrims (Recitation) Gcorgo Pauley Merry Autumn Days..Doublo Quar-to- t. Thanksgving (Recitation) ll Dr, John McDowell Is at the head of the recently established "New Era Movement" of the Presbyterian church for social service throughout tho United States. Doctor McDowell, formerly was pastor of the llrnwn Memorial In Ids yuungcr church of Baltimore. days he wns n day laborer end lort an arm while working In n coal mine. SENT j MEXICO left-ove- rs. ASKS QUICK SETTLEMENT (Poem) .... Stolla Morris Song, Thanksgiving Ada Perkins Wants Senators to Oet Together and Ratify Treaty William H. Taft Thnnks lo Our Flag. .Thomas Trullt Presides. Tho Best Day....Austellio Mcndoza Eva Hamrick Cnginal Poem New York, Nov. aft. Settlement of Star of tho Summor Night (Song) .... differences oer the peace treaty to Malo Quartet permit its ratification as soon us posHero's lo tlio Pilgrims (Recitation) sible lifter the senate convenes I Susio Adams urged lu a statement ssued by the Timo League to Knforcc I'ence at the con'Long About Thanksgiving Raymond Stout clusion of a special meeting of the ex(Poem) Harry Hubbard ecutive committee. An Indian Story Wllllnm II. Tnft, president of thf Toast to Foundation... Kula Wagers lengue, presided. Among others at WenU (lie meeting were: Edward A. Fllene, A Monologue Jack Roselta Henry W. Taft. Herbert S. Houston. Toast to Thanksgiving Burns. Oscar S. Straus and Herbert C Hoover. Rosa Toast to Foundation Boys Brock. $4,000,000 FOR VANDERBILT Quintet My Cottago Homo Naomi Zucrn Sola, Almy Copley, University at Nashville, Tenn, Re. calves Gift From the General Stella Morris, Evorctto Preston, Education Board. Robert Tankerslcy and Robert Our First Thanksgiving Knloc. Arthur Strong LEAGUE TO ENFORCE PEACE Toast to tho Foundation Girls Lloyd Kirk Recitation Waldcn Kirk AH tho Song Home Again School. After tho program was rendered Mrs. Ritschcr gavo tho boys perthe mission to stay and things in tho dining room and also to help tho girls wash tho dishes. Tho boys wero all pleased to have this opportunity ami took advantage of iL Tho Foundation Department had quite a number of visitors during Thanksgiving. C. M. Reece, of Russell, KyM who is a conductor on B. & 0. R. R., spent the week-en- d with his son. J. V. Cox, of Washington College, Tennessee, spent Thanksgiving In Berea. J. II. Hicks, of Packard, Ky. spent with his son, John the week-en- d Hicks. Dr. Burnam, of New York, visited tho Foundation School Friday night. ; Pm-bln- j New York, Nov. 28. Vanderbllt university nt Nashville, Tenn., has been given $4,000,000 by the geuernt education board to effect an entire reorganization of Its medical school. It was announced here. The gift, the largest yet made by comes from Its general funds, the announcement says, and not out of John D. Rockefeller's recent donation of $20,000,000 for the promotion or medical education. Detailed plans hnve not vet been developed, but they will Involve completion of the present Onllowny Memorial hospital, with enlarged faculties for public patients, creation of an additional hospital unit, organization of a modern laboratory building, and the appointment of an Increased number of professors. the-boar- TAX EVADERS FACE PENALTY" Warning Given by Commissioner FalsiRo- ce I per to Those Who Have fied Returns. A a Inter-Collegi- Vocational Schools J j .i.ji.i,.i.. - ". p Cltl-len- home in Sliclbyvilic, Ky. Miss Hazel Woodall, or Carlisle, also, spent Thanksgiving with us. Isn't it a plcasuro to know that folks really "love" lo come back to Berea? Tlio Banquet at Konlucky Hall Thursday evening was surely a success. Thanks lo tho Seniors for their interest in decorating tho dining room, nnd making it possiblo for us lo really enjoy an interesting program. Thero wero fifty present at our Y. W. C. A. in Kentucky Hall "on Sunday evening. Wo wcro very glad to havo Mrs. Clark with us, and again wo wish lo extend a special Invitation to all ladies of tho Vocational Faculty lo visit us. Wo gladly wel-cogirls from Academy, Foundation, Collogo and Normal. Our meeting on Sunday evening was led by tho girls, and thero wcro about twenty-flv- o who took part. Isn't that flno? Our topio for discussion next Sunday evening is: "How Do I Use My Time." Everybody welcome. Second floor reception room, Kentucky Hall, 0:30. Quito a number of boys from tho Agricultural Department havo gone to Chicago to attend tho International Live Stock ShovA I Miss Nell ilntchcll, a former stu dent and graduule of Berea College, spent Thanksgiving with the girls ers thus far has netted in Kentucky Hall. Miss Hatchett more thun the Amount graduate! from the Business Course called for by the returns filed early In nnd has a splendid position at her the year. npproxlmately-$200,000,00- Washington, Nov. 20. Warning w given tnx evaders by Revenue Commissioner Itoper thnt those who or tnnde Incorrect returns may expect "to lie culled upon any day for nn accounting." No leniency will lie shown cor)Kirutlons or Individuals who have attempted to defruud the government, the commissioner said. The government's drive on tux evadhavo-fnlsltle0 REDS WIPE OUT 3 REGIMENTS Oolshevlk Forces Forge Ahead Volga Line and In Omsk Region. on London. Nov. 28. An omclnl statement from the soviet government at that most Moscow Indicate Is in progress on the Volga front, where the bolshevlkl hnve captured Dubovkn, ISO miles of Sarntov, w ith 800 irjsoners. The statement clnlms tho bolshevlkl hnve annihilated three regiments of the forces of General Denlklne. lender of the nntlbolshovlk armies In Ilussln. Tho advance of southwest tho bolshevlkl continues rapidly In the Omsk region. severe-lightinsouth-southwe- FOIL PLOT TO KILL VENIZELOS Greek Authorities Arrest Officers Wh King planned to Constantino. Athens. (Jrecce. No. 20. Plotters arrested, following discovery of a cons, spiracy to nssasslnnto Premier overthrow the present regime King Constantino on nnd the throno, hnve made full confessions, nccordlug to the authorities. They were snld to be. former otHcera They win under King Constantino. be tried beforo Venl-zelocourt-martial. ten-doll- Towboat Engineer Win More Pay, New York, Not. 25. A strike of en- giDcers on ocean and coastwise tow- boats, called six weeks ago, baa been settled by the grunting of Increased pay, It was announced here' at the office of the Murine Euglneera' Beneficial association. ' $400,000 Fire at Montreal. Montreal, Que.. Nov. 23. The main buildings of the University of Montreal, better known aa Laval university, were destroyed by Ore. The loaa U estimated at $400,000. J Paita Sewn .December 4, 19(9. THE CITIZEN "I'll take It," snld Dave. The boss proved to be one Thomas Met ford. He owned half a Afltcn there was a whir from the for. teams nnd was engaged In the cartage business, specializing on coal. He wns est, and the girl reappeared, this time a man of big frame, big head, and a all In red, right before him. And then vocabulary appropriate to tho pur- she looked down and smiled again at poses to which he npplled It. Among him. And he smiled back. And then his other possessions were n wife, nu- he looked at Conwnrd and saw him merous children and a house and barn smiling too. And then he felt a very In which he boarded his beasts of bar distressing uncertainty, which brought den, Including In the term his horses the color slowly to his fnce. He rehis men nnd his wife, In tho order ot solved to say nothing, but watch. And their valuation. The children were n his observations convinced him thnt vnlueless until such time the smiles had been for Conward, not for him. And then bo lost Interest In ns they also would be able to work. Dave's duties were simple enough. the play. They hustled Into their overcoats to He hnd to drive a wagon to a coal-yarwhere a very superior young tho plnylng of the nntlnnnl anthem. "Hurry I" snld Conwnrd. "Let's get man, with a collar, would express surprise that he hnd been so long gone, out quick I Ain't she some dnmel the side exit the nnd tell him to back In under chute There through It appeared to he Btage door It that way. She promised number always n matter of grent distress to this young man that Dave did not to have her chum with her. They'll know which chute to back under until b waiting If we don't hurry." Conward steered him to the stage he waa told. Having hacked Into position a door was opened. There was entrance, where n Utile group wns ala fiction that the coal In the bin should ready congregated. In a moment the then run Into the wagon box, but, aa girl appeared, handsomely dressed In Dave at once discovered, this waa fun. With her was another girl, also merely a Colon. Aside from a few from the chorus, but Dave could not accommodating lumps near the door recall her part. He was suddenly the coal had to be shoveled. Then aware of being Introduced. Dave had to drive to an address that 'This Is my friend Helton," Conwas given him, shovel the coal down ward was saying. a chuto located In the most InaccesDave was about to correct hlra when sible position the premises afforded, Conward managed to whisper: and return to the conlyard, where the "Whist I Your stage name. Mine's young man with the collar would face- Kdward. Don't forget.'' tiously Inquire whether Mrs. Ulank Conward took the first girl by the hnd Invited him In to afternoon tea, arm, and Dnve found himself followor If he had been waiting for a change ing rapidly with the other. They cut In the weather. through certain side streets, up a stairnis work Ywd supper were over by way, and Into a dark hall. A door seven o'clock each evening, and now opened. Conwnrd pressed a button, was the opportunity for him to begin and they found themselves In a small the schooling for which he had eft I ut comfortably 'furnished room evi sudthe ranch. Hut be developed dently bachelor apartments. den disinclination to make t hi start; girls threw off their wraps and he was tired In the evening, nnd ' sauntered about the place, while Confound It much more to his liking to ward started a gas grate and put some stroll downtown, smoke clgai es on water to bolL the stree. corners, or engage In an "Sorry I've nothing for you to eat," occasional game of pool. In this wny he said, "but I've some good medicine the weeks went by, nnd when his for the thirst," month with tford wns up hi hnC "Eating's poor business when there's neglected to find another position, so a thirst to be quenched," snld one of was. He wns the girls with a yawn. "And, believe he continued where being gradually and unconsciously me, I've a long one." submerged In nn Inertia which, howThe glasses were filled nnd raised. might hate Its present "Ho!" said Conwnrd. ever much surroundings, hnd not the spirit to "Here's looking 1" snld one of the seek a more favorable environment. girls. So the fall and winter drifted along; Dave hesitated, but the other girl Dave hod made few acquaintances and clinked her glass 1. Inst his. "Here's no friends, If wp except Conward, looking at you," she said, and she' apwhom he frequently met In the poolpeared to lay special emphasis on the rooms and for whom he had developed last two words. Certainly her eyes a sort of attachment. were on Dave's as she raised her glass One Saturday evening, as Dave waa to her lips. And under the spell of on his way to their accustomed resort, those eyej he raised his glass and he fell In with Conward on the street. drained It. "Hello, old man 1" said Conward glasses were filled and Other cheerily. "I wns Just looking for you. drained, The three were chattering (lot two tickets for the show tonight. $way, but Dave was but vaguely conSome swell dames In the chorus. scious of their talk and could weave Come along. There'll be doings." no connected meaning Into It. Ills There were two theaters In the head was buzzing with a pleasant, town, one of which played to the better- dreamy sensation. A very grateful -class residents. In It anything of warmth surrounded him, and with it a risque nature bad to be presented came a disposition to go to sleep. He with certain trimmings which allowed probably would have gone to sleep had It to be classified ns "art," but In the hla eye not fallen on a picture on the other house no such restrictions ex- wall. It was a picture of a girl pointisted. It wns to the latter that Coning her finger at him. No girl ward led. Dave hnd been there be- could point her finger at him. He fore. In the chenp upper gallery, but arose nnd made a lunge across the Conwnrd's tickets admitted to the best room. He missed her, and with diffseats In the house. iculty retraced hla steps to the table It wns an entirely new experience. to moke a fresh start. From the upper gallery the actors "She's rankln' fun of me," he said, and actresses always seemed more or "an' I don't stand for that. Nobody less Impersonal nnd abstract, but here can do that with me. Nobody seel they were living, palpitating human I don't 'low It." , cerbeings, almost within "Oh, you don't?" laughed one of the tainly within Duve found girls, running Into a corner nnd pointhimself regarding the young woman ing her finger nt him. "You don't?" Immediately before him ; all In white He turned his attention to her, she was, with some srlntillntlng mate- steadying himself very carefully berial that spnrkled In the glare of the fore he attempted nn advance. Then, spotlight; then suddenly she waa In with arms, he bore orange, and pink, und purple, and down cautiously upon her. When he mnuve, and back ngnln In white. And had her almost within reach she dartnlthough she performed the various ed along the edge of the room. He steps with smiling nhandon there was attempted a sudden change In direcIn her dress and manner n modesty tion, which ended disastrously, and he which fascinated the" hoy with a sub- found himself very much sprawled out tlety which a more reckless appear- upon the floor. He was nware of ance, would have nt once defeated. lqughter, but what cared he? He was And then Dave looked In her fare. disposed to sleep. What better place It was a pretty face, notwithstanding to Bleep than this? What better time Its grease pulnt. and It smiled right to sleep than this? In a moment he Into his eyes. Ills heart thumped be- wns lost to nil consciousness. . .... tween his shoulders us though It would from his lungs. She drive all the air smiled nt him for hltn I Now they (Continued next week.) way again; there were gyrawere tions about the stuge. Then there wns a sudden break- GOOD ROADS ARE PROFITABLE away In the dance, and the girl disappeared behind n forest. Dave sup- Authorities Should Act to Meet Growposed she had gone to rest; dancing ing Demands Before Trade like that must be hard on the wind. Goes Other Way. He found little to Interest him now in whnt was going on on the stage. It Good roads are- a paying Investment. seemed rather foolish. He wished the Local authorities in cities, towns antt gjrl behind the. forest would come counties should act without delay to meet the growing national nnd local demands before trade goes in othfr directions. It la utmost impossible to get bnck the lost advantage after other districts have won It down and' rest there. Then she could see tho show herself. Then she could Pace TkrM mm.COW By SYNOPSIS. bfacfc I.-It.-Ir- ena MINERS 14 OFFERED GOVERNMENT MAY RULE BYIRON RAND U. S. PUNCHER k i Robert J.C.Siead ar PCTJNCREASE kitchener, and other poems NuStatiaaaly nrfftMyvf ma 1 wm To Be No Raise in Price of Coal, U. S. Decision. OFFER Operators ANGERS BOTH to Force Operation of the Coal Mines. card flew out to me right. This was Dave's chance. He pounced on CITAPTKrt with hla father en It with his left hnnd, whllo his other umalt, Ixtdljr managed ranch. David Elclen hai rachel tha aga of eighteen plunged Jnto his pocket. 'with few educational advantages. An ac"Sixty dollnrs on this one," ho cried, cident to the auto in which fir, Hardy, eminent eastern phralclan, and hla daugfi-ta- r and there was the triumphant note In Irene, ara touring the country, brings new element Into hla Ufa, I)r, Hardy'a his voice of the man who knows he lea la broken, and ha la necbjaarlly con lias beaten the other nt his own irntno. lined to hla bed. Friendship, and something more, developa batwaen Irena and "You ain't playln'," wild the detilcr. Dald. this." (realty enioys the "You nln't In ongo," CHAPTER said Dave very "Thnt don't unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her armMlntanreahlp with Davlu rlpena quietly. "You're plnyln' a public gnme Into affection, On Or. Hardy'a recovery here, an' I chose to play with you this tlie young people part, with the under atandlng that Unvld will aeek to Improve nee. Sixty dollnrs on this card." He hli poaltlon In Ufa and they will meet again. was fumbling his money on the table. "You ain't playln'," repeated the Th men's sitting room now presentYou ain't ed n much more animated picture tlinn dtalcr. "Yot.'ro a butt-In- . when hi lintl registered enrller In the In this game nt all." "Sure he's In. snld the crowd. evening. It waa filled with ranchers, "That ain't right," whined the cowboys and cattlemen of oil degrees breeders, buyers, traders, own- dealer, "but you got It on mo. Turn up." er and wage corners, with n sprinTho card was red. kling of townspeople and others not Dave looked nt It stupidly. It wns directly engaged In somo phase of the Soon he was In a a moment or two before he renllzed cattla business. (roup watching a gaudily dressed In- that his money was gone. Then, redividual doing tt sort of sleight of gardless of those about, he rushed hand trick with three enrds on a through the crowd, flinging bystanders right and left, and plunged Into table. "Smooth guy, that," said someone at the night. hla side. The remark was evidently I He walked down a street until It Intended for Dave, and he turned lost Itself on the prairie; then he foltownrd the speaker. lie was a man lowed a prairie trail far Into the counsomewhat smaller thnn Dave, iwo or try. The nlr was cold and n few drops three yearn older, well dressed In of rain were fnlllng In It. but he waa town clothes, with a rather puffy fuce unconscious of the weather. He wns and a tooth from which u In a rage through and through. Slop-ey- e wax now a dream, h memory, corner had boon broken ns though to accomruodute the cigarette which gone gone. Kverythlng was gone; only his revolver nnd a few cents bung there. He grlp)ed the revolver "Tea,' said Dave. Then, as It waa apparent the stranger was Inclined to ugnln. With that he was supreme. No be friendly, he .continued, "What's the man In all that town of men schooled In the ways of the West was more Wear stranger nudged him gently. then his equal while that grip lay The "Come out of the bunch," he said In In his pnltn. At the point of that a low voice. When they had moved a muzzle he could demnnd bis money little apart he went on. In a confiden- bock and get It. Hollow ana Then he laughed. tial tone; "He has a little trick with three cards that brings him In the empty It sounded In the night sir, but easy coin. He's smooth a grease, but It wns a lutigh, and It saved his spirit. the thing's simple. Oh, It's awful "Why, you fool," he chuckled, "you simple Now you watch him for a came to town for to learn sotnethln', Well, you're learn In'. minute," and they watched through didn't you? Kdticutlon an opening In the crowd about the Sixty dollars a throw. Hut you comes high, don't It? table. The player held three card two red ones and a black. lie passed shouldn't kick. He didn't coax you them about rapidly over the table, oc- In, an' gave you every chnnce to back casionally turning his hnnd sideways nwny. You hutted In and got stung. to that the onlookers could see the Perhnpa you've learned Hotnethln' position of the cards. Then he sud- worlb sixty doll rs." In his Innocence of the ways of the denly threw them faw down on the game It never occurred to hltn that the table, each card by Itself. "The trick Is to locate the black friendly stranger who had showed him card," Dave's companion explained. sow to piny It was a friend of the "It's easy enough If yon keep your sharper, nnd probably at this moment eye on the card, hut the trouble with they were dividing his sixty dollars between theso rubes la they name the card and the price of old Slop-ey- e then start to get out their money, and them. Knrly next morning he wns awake, while they're fumbling for It ho makes a change so quick they never and astir. The recollection of his loss see It. There's Just ono way to bent sent u sudden pang through his morn him. Get up clone, but don't sit? ing spirits, but he tried to close his you're getting Interested. Then when mind to It. "No use worry In' over that," he said. you're (lend sure of card crack your fist down on It. Glue yourself right Jingling the few coins that now repto It and get out your money with the resented his wealth. "That's over and other hand, When he sees you do that gone. I traded sixty dollars for my he'll try to bluff you, say you ain't Drat lesion. Ma) lie It wns a bad trade, In on It; but you Just tell him that but anyway I nln't goln' to squeal." don't go, this Is nit open game, nnd He whittled ns he finished dressing, he's got to come through, and the nte his breakfast cheerfully, und set crowd'll buck you up. I stuck him out In search of employment. once a whole hundred first crock Almost the lirst person he met was and then he barred nie. Watch him." the stronger who had schooled him In Dave watched. Saw the Mark card tho gambling game the night before. go down nt one corner of the board; There wns something attractive about his personality; something which Insaw a bystander fumbling for hill; suu- - the bill laid on the vited friendship and even confidence, card; saw It turned tip and It was and yet beneath these emotions Duve felt a sense of distrust, ns though part red. -That Is smooth," he said. "I'd V of his nature rebelled against the acquaintanceship. aworn that wus the black card." "That vuim tho rottenest luck you "So It was when you saw It," his saycompanion explained, "Hut you were hnd Inst night," the stranger was 1 the Just like the aucker that played him. ing. "I never sawstny beat of It. nnd raise hltn You couldn't help glancing ut the Jay was hopln' you'd getting out his money, and ll was In next time; you might have got your that Irutunt the trick wns done. He's money buck thai way." "Oh, I don't mind the money 1" said too quick for the eye, but that's how Dave, cheerfully. "I don't want It ho does It." bnck. In fnct, I figure It wns pretty Dave became Interested. He saw two or three othera lose (Ives and tens. well spent." "Lots more where It came from, It was plain his companion's tip was eh?" laughed the other. "You're from straight. There wus Just one way to the ranches, I see, nnd I suppose the beat this game, but It was simple price n steer or two doesn't worry enough when you knew how. He you of a hair's worth." sidled close to the tnble, making great "From Is pretense of Indifference, but watching from them, right," Dave replied. "I'm an' I ain't goln' back. Aa closely with his keen Mack the cards for money well, I spent my last nickel eyes. The dealer showed hla hand, for breakfast, so I've got to line up a made a fuw outcU ytjuiiSL STiS fiio Job before noon." The stranger extended bis hand. "Shake," he Mild. "I llko you. You're no squealer, rnyway. My name Is Yours?" Dnvo told his name and shook hands. Conward offered his cigarette box, nnd the two smoked for a few moments In silence. "What kind of a Job do you want?" Conward asked at length. "Any kind that pays a wago," said Dave, "I know the fellow thnt runs on employment agency down here," Conward unswered. "Let's go down. Perhaps I can put you In right." Conward spoko to the manager of tho employment agency and introduced Duve. "Nothing very choice on tup today," said the employment man. "You can handle horses, I suppose J" "I guess I ran," said Dnve, "some," -"I can pluco you delivering coal. "Eating's Poor Business When There' You Ain't Playln'," Said tha Dealer. a Thlrtt to Bo Quenched," Said One Thirty dollars a month, nnd you board "You Ain't In on This." of tho Qlrla. with tho boss," SIDES TROOPS TO PROTECT MINERS Baker to Furnish Soldiers to Guard Men Willing to Produce Fuel All Concerned Are Warned Not to Restrict 8upply. Bear Disappointment In Silence, but From the Miners Came Denunciation After Denunciation. 'r gold-Oile- 1 -- ... 11 hand-reach- eye-reac- wide-stretche- d 11 live-doll- 11 Washington, Nov. 20. The governWashington, Nov. 27. Acting under ment Instructions from the cabinet. United minersserved blunt notice on soft coal nnd States Fuel Administrator Onrtleld with conl operators that Interference production would uot be told the conl miners nnd the operators tolerated. Hint the wage Increase for the miners Warning that diould be her cent nnd thnt the would be employed legnl prosecution to thwart conspirprlfc of coat to the public should not acies by cither side nnd troop sent In raised. wherever necessnry ttf protect miners This declaration, coming from the willing to vwirkcnmc from the departgovernment as n Imsls for settling the wage controversy, wus received with ment of Justice after members of the great dissatisfaction by both the cnhlnet hnd considered every phnse of the fuel situation, ndmlttedly critical. miners and the operators. In view of Hie abrupt breaking off of Some of the miners' representatives negotiations. declared thnt the offer of n 14 per cent It Is not the Intention of the govIncrease. If the fnce of the fnct that Secretary of Wilson hnd of- ernment to let the mines remain Idle fered them .11.0 per cent, wus an In- with half of the country In the grip sult. They declared that the miners of cold wenther nnd the conl sup-pilrapidly diminishing. would starve Idle rather thnn go bnck May Seize Some Mines. lo the mines at this wage Increase. Seizure of mines where tho owners The operators, who hnve been expecting lliut the government would see do not show a disposition to colitem through on nny wnge Incrense. operate In Increasing production hns declared thnt their margins would not been decided uon. It was stated permit them to give the miners the 14 The administration. It wns thought, per cent out of their own pockets. They snld that It, would break mnny of hnd fully expected the miners to rethe wenkei mines nnd that It meant ject the 14 per cent wnge Increase ruin and sacrifice of years of earnings offered by Fuel Administrator Garfield. Anticipating this,, plans had and savings. been considered for augmenting the Carfield Adamant The operators for the most pnrt present outrjut of bituminous mines, bore their disappointment In silence, ofllclnlly figured at better thnn 40 hut from the miners came denuncia- per cent of normnl. A statement by Assistant Attorney tion after detmnclHtlnn of the government's solution. Without reservation, General Ames gave assurance to all and without mincing words, the miners miners that they would be afforded questioned Doctor Gnrfield nnd. ample protection If they returned to work, even If troops had to be called through hltn, grilled the government out. This was the only definite statefor more thnn two hours. Doctor Garfield stood adamant In the ment of policy from the government face of the questions and the criticism In official circles It was said that the hurled nt him from the miners' side of federal authorities were determined to the hall. He unswered all question force resumption of operations on the terms laid down by the fuel adminiswithout betraying personal excitement und firmly but kindly told the miners trator. Baker Authorizes Troops. that what he had laid before them was Secretnry linker, Mr. Ames said, alpurely n series of facts. Doctor Onrtleld snld his statement ready has authorized department comwns made on the facts and the figures manders when requested by state auIn the case ns be had In vest lea ted It thorities to use troops to preserve orHe snld that It was aa If one looked up der. Thnt policy provides protection ut the clock und there rend the time. for those desiring to work, he said. Discussing department of Justice "The clock tells you the hour, nnd thnt Is whut I hnve done, I tell you plans, Mr. Ames said : "All United States attorneys In the ihut per cent of Increase which should be npplled to the miners' wages, on the bituminous fields hnve been officially average, to equalize wages with the advised of the .result of the negotirise In the cost of living Is 14 percent." ations nt Washington nnd have been Mild Doctor (iurtleld. given Instructions relative to the situShot From Other Barrel. ation. Dr. Onrtleld wns equally Insistent on "It Is, of course, obvious that the his finding that the price of coal should time has come when ample protection not he raised nt this time. This wns a will be furntshed all persons desiring hot tired from the other barrel of his to work In mines. All persons, whethdouble barreled statement to the coner miners or operators, making an He made It clear thnt the agreement or arrangement with each ference. facts, np he found them, meant that If other to restrict the supply of coal will the miners' wages were Incrensed 14 be proceeded ugnlnst ns the luw proper cent, ns he said should be done, vides, and It should be understood that (but the burden should be borne en- any person who nlds or nbets In retirely by the operators and not by the stricting the supply of conl Is likewise public. guilty by the terms of the Lever act ! Gnrfield also tnnde 11 third state"Instructions heretofore issued by ment, which almost ranks In Impor- the war department nre still In force tance with his two ninln propositions. nnd, under these Instructions, departThis wns thnt government control of ment commanders will act In proper price will be mnlntnlned nt prewnt. cases when requested to do so by This mentis that the government dne the state authorities." not Intend to relnx its grip 01 the con. Operators Offer Increase. situation through holding prices within Operators set out to resume pro a maximum limit. duction, ns far ns possible under the "It seems to me thnt the reasonable muddled conditions, by telegraphing d wny to deal with this situation" notice for posting nt mines everywhere snld. "Is to give the Industry as offering an Increase of 14 per cent a whole nn average Incrense commenfor nil men willing to work. surate with the lncrene In the cort There were few expressions ns to of living und then let that amount of how this Information might be reIncrease he apportioned In accordance ceived, bat representatives of the miwith the wage basis thnt Is acceptners still here said It would be no inable to the employers and the employcentive and that It would be Ignored, s ees. especially In the central competitive Asks Joint Commission. fields, embracing Ohio, Illinois, Indipresent negotiation standi by ana and western Pennsylvania. The It li far from disposing of Itpclf, but the fundamental controversy between IN PERIL operators and mine workers. Thnt TELLS OF DESERTION rontroveisy Is bound to be a continuing one ns matters now stand. It In- Sole Survivor of Wrecked Steamer es y. Gnr-llel- - Con-war- NOT AFFECTED BY WEATHER Heat or Cold, Freezing and Thawing Does Not Injure Concrete Onco It la Hardened. Concrete roads are not affected by heat or cold nor by freezing or thawing when It Is onco hardened. Other materials tracked upon concrete have no effect upon it. neat does not soften the binder permitting tt to flow; cold quarterly reports." does not make It brittle, causing it to chip. Burlington Burlington. la- living conditions nnd conditions mlues, ns well as wages and nnd the general relations be operators and tnlno workers1. Therefore, to aid In applying the principles which have governed us nnd which should govern In rcuchlng conclusions In the future. It Is urged thnt n permanent consultative body, with purely ndvlsory powers, ho set up consisting of tho secretary of the Interior as chairman and of nn equal number of representatives of the operators nnd of the initio worker, chtwen In such manner as they may each determine from time to time. In order thnt the datn necessnry for tho consideration of this consultative body may at all times be available. It Is urged thnt congress make provision for collecting definite and .trustworthy Information concerning tho conl and coke Industry and for the tabulation of the some In volves In the profits, tween Myron Says Ship Made No tempt to Save Him. At- Boosts Car Fares. - Nov. 20. lly a maProper Ore do of Road. jority of 002 the voters of Burlington The grade of the road Is Important, sanctioned an Incrcnso In street car for on this depends the weight of tba fares from 0 to 0U cents. In a previload which can be hauled ous election September 0 the same proposition was voted down by a ma-iorl- Sault Ste. Marie, Midi., Nov. 20. Capt. Walter It. Neal, sole survivor of the steamer Myron, which went down In the storm off Whlteflsh Point, has arrived here with the first detailed story of the dlsustcr. Capt. Neal lost tho use of his legs, which were frozen during tho twenty hours he rode the mountainous waves of I.nke Superior on top of the Myron's pilot house In zero weather. In a stntemcnt to the Capt. Neal Inspectors, government charged that the steamer Mcintosh drew alongside fclm shortly nfter the Myron went down. The Mcintosh was so closo that he tundo out its nama nnd tnlked to Its commander, lw declared. Tho Mcintosh's captain prom- -' Ised to send a yawl to his rescue, he stated, "but drew ,nway and mode no nttcmpt to help me." On urrlvnl hera officers of the Mcintosh stated aid could not be given the Myron owing to the high seas. Italian Minister Off to Pari. Nov. 20. Vlttorlo Sclalota. Italian minister of foreign affairs, baa ( loft Home for Parts. Ilome, 1 of MO. Pago Four T11K CITIZEN Charter Ni. M December Knm 1, 1010. Berea College Hospital Uml Equipment nnd Service at Lowest Com. Sun-Parlo- Mrs. N. R. Davis spent Thanksgiv- -j lrltte Want for Men anil for Women. Room. tlathi. Kleetrlc Service. Surgery, Cnre in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear Come tn and GENERAL PRACTICE tIII an etnhllhment, which Ua unci In reach of all M friend In need, Ronr.RT II. Cowt.KY, Harlan IHtimy, (iM I)., Physician l'lirlclaii Maroahkt S. rant, M. D., Ml Marv Lonoacrr, R N., Superintendent Mt Nellie Miller, R N., Head Nure CHANGE IN RATES the people. I)., Phyilclan lleglnnlng March i, the rain for board and room of pmate patients will be tl to iS per week. The rates for patient per day. cared for In the ward" will remain the nmt- -l Hj Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College LOCAL PAGE NKWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Scientific horso shooing, fine Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the- College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Ofllce. ad- - Best Blacksmithing i ' Baker 4 Logsdon, Dentists Office Hours from 8 to 5. Berea, Ky. Telephone No. 3. L. 4 N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train 3:38 a. m. No. 34 No. 3812:48 p. m. No. 32 5:13 p. m. Te Old Time Concert at the College tw-2- 3 Chapel, December 30. Misses Cleta Hammons, of Jackson, Ky., and Mary K. Marsh, of Cynthl-nn- a, graduates of Berea Collego; visited Mr. and Mrs!. W. P. Kidd, Miss Bowersox, Miss Welsh, tho Spencer's and others last week. They returned to their homo on Sunday, after having a most delightful time with their friends. Wanted Good girl for forenoon work in a home for live days each week. For particulars apply at The Citizen Office. Woman's Club will postpone their meeting until December, 1th Friday, at 3 o'clock in The Log House. Southbound No. 3112:46 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. 1:10 p. m. No. 37 Secretary letter from Mr. Spenco slates that ho reached Chicago all right A and is enjoying the Live Stock Show immensely. Ho wishes that his some five hundred farm friends H. M. Snyder has returned from a might bo with him to enjoy it, too. ten days' visit with relatives in He will have more to tell thru The Citizen when he gets back. London and East Bcrnstadt. Dr. Waugh's little daughter is still O. W. Thackes, pf Lexington, and son, Richard, of Covington spent very ill at his home. She has n Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. severe case of pneumonia. Mrs. Frank Blazer and her son, Richard Parks of Slate Lick. Ed Bullard Parks, an employee of Buse, and daughter Alcnc, motored the L. & N. R. R. Co., is spending a from Springfield, Ohio, to Berea, Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chesfew days with home folks. Mrs. Thena Rutherford and her ter Parks and other friends in Berea. little grandson, Jack Rutherford, Miss Grace Cornelius mado a trip spent Thanksgiving with her sister, to Columbus, Ohio, to attend a wed Mrs. W. D. Parks. ding of a girl Jrlend. Sho returned Te Old Time Concert at the College I Sunday night. 3w-2- 5 Chapel, December 90. Mr. Wise, of Cleveland. Ohio, is a Friends of Mr. Cooper will be glad ' guest at Boono Tavern this week. is able to bo out to know that he Harry Dyson, wifo and baby, spent again, after his long illness. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ralph Gallard, who has moved Olmstcad, Mrs. Dyson's mother. here from Gallard, Ind., is very poorly now. Mr. Dick Williams and son, NorMid-Seas- on Sale man, of Illinois, is visiting his Williams. brother, Joe still on at Mr. Abram Cowans has sold his to Mr. Collins of Virginia. farm Miss Laura Duncan and Mrs. W. J. Blanton and son, Lindsey, who have been visiting their sister and brother Corner Chestnut and' Parkway at Latonia and Wincehster, have reBEREA, KENTUCKY turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Durbin motored from Cleveland to Berea to visit relTarns, all colors, $1.50 to $3.00 atives. 5.00 to 18.00 Velevs Miss Ethel Duncan spent Thanks50 good Hats, special bargains giving with her brother at Paint - 1.00 to 1.50 at - Lick. Mrs. Alice Bales and sons enjoyed VelVets, Plusb, Hatter's Plush a splendid Thanksgiving dinner at ALL GOOD HATS the homo of II. McCreary's. Big line of ChildWs Hals, The Berea Hotel, sold by Scruggs prices $1.00 to $3.00 and Welch, was purchased by Wm. All Styles at this bargain price j II. .Moore. I Great Laura Jones' Store If you want a high class pat CHILDRESS & SMITH ROBERT F. SPENCE IN CHICAOO tern hat at a reasonable price we Robert Sponce. the County Agent, Hall. can suit you in color, style, and Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. left Friday night for Louisville, FOR SALE Tho old Stowo property owned by price. Do you want a hat? Do where ho attended the banquet given One good cement block machine, John Welch was put up for sale at .you need a hat? NOW is the by tho Ballard Brothers in honor of good as nowjwlll mako any sizo auction, but was hid in by Welch time to buy while the Coal Hie Commissioner of Agriculture. hats are ' 'block from four to twenty-fou- r. himself at $0,100. Ho has gono on to Chicago and is good style, new and you can get Also a cap and shell machine which $5.00 REWARD drover Bowling is still ill at his Having bought out tho your choice at reasonable prices, for information as to whereabouts attending the Live Stock Exposition will mako any Size from two feot home on Dopot street. coal business formerly there. Tho Citizen is pleased to above, was bought by Mrs. G. The Watkin's property on Depot street, sold by tho same firm as W. ing with her son, Egbert Davis, at Silver Creek. Mrs. Green Fowler passed thru a serious operation at the Collego Hos pital Monday. Mr. Moore, Welch's harness man, has accepted a position fn Lexington and will move to that city, Saturday. II. B. Taylor gavu his lecture, 'Three Blind Mire," in llin Norni.il Chapel nl llichmond Monday night. He was greeted by n largo and appreciative nudienco. Tho prorccds were to he used to send delegates from the Normal, School to Dos Moines to allend the Students' Vol unteer Convention there. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Baker, of Con tcr Colorado, arc visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Baker Is a son of Mr. Charlie Haker. He moved years ngo from Berea twenty-seve- n to live in Missouri. Two vents age ho moved on with his family to Colorado. Tho Equalization Board has boon in session during the past week. Dr. Godboy, who served during tho recent war as a First Lieutenant, has been commissioned Captain in the Medical Reserve Corps. Dr. Ilrs was guest of honor at a dinner Tucsdny evening at tho homo of Dean and Mrs. McAllister. Harrison Locals Foe Miss Jessie Smllh, who is teaching at Paris, spent tho Thanksgiving holidays at homo in Berea. Boyd Collins, a College graduate of last year, was visiting school friends in Berea last week. Mrs. Zella Fullz Sollcy, a former Berea student, spent last week-en- d in Berea with friends. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Gabbard spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Gabbard's parents at Richmond. Thomas Brilton, of Oneida, camo to tho Robinson Hospital last week for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoagland, of Washington, D. C, arrived last week for a visit of a fow days. Mrs. Hoagland's mother, Mrs. A. B. Todd, will return to Washington with them and mako her home there for tho present. Frqd Lewis, who has been in the navy for a number of years, has been home recently for a visit with his parents. Miss Mary Marsh, a former Berea student and graduate, was visiting school friends in Berea during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Leo Hayes, of Soltiio,' Indi ana, arrived Tuesday for a visit with relatives in town and othor places near Berea. Miss Mabel Lewis, who is taking a business course in Lexington, was home for tho Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Carl Hunt ami littlo daughter, Helen, left last week to spend somo time in Washington, D. O, with Mr Hunt and with her sister in Cleve land. Charles Waters, a gradualo of tho Class of '19, spent Thanksgiving in Berea. Dudley Milliard visited his sister, Mrs. Marshall Vaughn, for a fow days of last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rid die, on Dopot slreel, our enterpris ing shoe man, a boy. The oyster supper given by the enterprising ladies and members of the Christian Church at Mrs. Laura Jones' store, the Sfllli, was a grand success in spile of the rainy even ing. Tho place was crowded until everything was sold. Dean McAllister and Professor Lewis hav gone In Louisville to attend a meeting of (lie county super intendents of schools. There are a number of bills which this body of men are interested in having brot before (he Legislature, and this meeting is partly in tho intermt of them. . ten-pou- RESOURCES Loan? and Discounts $328,808.16 1,604,28 Cone and get oae of these wonderful Overdralts, unsecured 25,000.00 bargains before they are all gone U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation U. S. bonds, owned and unpledged 70,000,00 COATS Stock ol Federal Reserve Dank (50 per cent ol subscription)... 1,950.00 Value of banking lioixe $15.60 te $45.08 500.00 Lawful reserve with Federal kestrve Hank 21,000.00 SUITS, ALL WOOL Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks...... 28,710.02 $20.00 to $40.00 Checks on other banks in the same city as reporting bank 614.39 in Silvertoncs, Serges nnd Poplins Redemption lund with L. S. 'Irtasurcr, and due from U. S. 'iuasurci 1.250.00 SWEATERS are going cheap Total l479.4J6-9$2.50 to $6.00 all wool We still have a nice supply of Pattern Hats, Tailored nnd Dress Hats; nl jo Reavers, large and small. Wc are selling cheap, er than we can bujr HATS Berea National Bank Kci.rt of die condition of the Berea National Hank at Berea in Mate of Kentucky, ut the clotc of business on November 17, 1919: the DUlrlct N. 4 A GREAT SACRIFICE .... 5 SILK HOSE all colors $1.25 'te $2.50 SKIRTS $2.50 to $14.01 Call and get some of these LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund.. Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Other time deposits- Total I, J. I (. $25,000.00 40,000.00 2,670.87 25,000.00 Undivided profits, lis current expenses, int., and taxes paid , Christmas Bargains 212,78349 173,982.59 $479-436-9- Mrs. Eva Walden ATTENTION! State of Kentucky. County of Madison, stf bank, do solemnly swear (lay, Caahicr of the above-name- d Watch for tho Bazaar on Decem- tnat the ul)..e Mattimnt i. true to the best ol my knowledge and belief. ber 12 nt Mrs. Baker's Store. You J. L. Gay, Cahier can gel your Christmas gifts in time w.orn to bef re me this 25th day of November, 1919. Subscribed .in! to got them to your friends for W. 11, Walden, Notary Public. Christmas Day. My commission expire Januan 29, 1920. nn,nun. W. F. Kidd, J W. Lnmbcrt Directors. Correct At tet A HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL 1 1 l" THE CHILDREN is tho aim of the Progress Club, Bazaar, December 12, nt Mrs. Baker Store. You can help ,in this great work by getting your hand-mad- s Christmas presents here. UNION CHURCH BILL NYE AND MARK TWAIN j REAL ESTATE There were 122 present Union Sunday-scho- ol last The collection was $250. Dr. Hulchlns' topic nt 11:00 a. m. Sunday next in Union Church will he, 'Things for Which Lifo Is too ShorL" LONGFELLOW AND HOLMES HUGO AND POE In the College Chapel, Monday, December 8, at 7:30 Tho third number of tho Lyceum Courso will bo given by an imper- -, at tho sonator who has few equals. By the ho Sunday. uso of wigs and grease-pai- nts t COMMUNITY KITCHEN, Haked Ham 50c per lh. DEC. 6 English Plum Pudding (without entertainer, t Mr. Sidney Landon saucei 15c per lh. Doors will bo open at 7:10. Come December 13 early if you want a good seat. Brown Bread 12c per loaf. Creametl Chicken 10c per pint. Salad Dressing 10c per cup. TURKEY DINNER The third of a series of family CHRISTMAS BAZAAR dinners was given Sunday by Mr. Be sure to seo tho Toy Booth, and Mrs. E. T. Fish at their homo Utility Booth, and Fancy Work on Walnut Meadow Piko honoring Booth displayed by tho Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Baker of CenClub of Berea on Short street, De- ter, Colo. , cember 15. Memories of tho day will center Everything from Lunch Sets to around Turkey with cranberry 2w-Toy Parrots. sauce, old ham, fresh pork, vegetables, salads, velvet ico cream, angcj CHRISTIAN CHURCH food, spire cake and fruit, seasoned The attendance at the Christian and served as only "Aunt Pat," as Sunday-scholast Sunday was 81. (he genial hostess is affectionately Tho collection was $3.00. There known, can season and serve. were 32 Bibles; and 125 chapters had Those present wore: Mr nnd Mrs. been read during tho week. . Oliver Baker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. The pastor will preach next Sun- Galloway, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Galloday morning on the Every Member way, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Galloway Canvass. His text will he "All and children, Mrs. Jennie Fish, Miss Members of One Hotly," Mary Galloway, and Mr. and Mrs. Enrlo G. Walker. THE PROGRESS CLUB BAZAAR 2t ol "Speaking Likenesses of Great Men," who are here mentioned. This aotor of raro attainments will instruct, illuminate, and entertain you. You will get a new conception of great poems, a new vision of the personalities of tho men who wroto them. Como and hear this famous creates John F. Dean J. W Herndon Wo nro still selling real estate. Tho miners' strikes puts no change to our business. Wo havo somo especially attracllvo propositions to offer just now too many to give accurate descriptions of all, but if you want a farm, house and lot or vacant property, como and sco us. John Dean continues at The Bank, And though he's tall and lean and lank, Ilo'll sell your land and writo your deeds And look aftcr your financial needs. Herndon keeps up his rambling round, Through country sldo and in town; But if you want a houso and land. Just wink at him ho'll understand. Como on to DEAN & HERNDON Berea Kentucky MMHBMMiaaiMaMMaiaaaaawaaaaaaaMatfMaaaawaaaaHBBaaaaaaMeaMMHaB DR. RUEL E. BARTLETT announces the removal of his office, on December 1st, to tho Front Sulto of Rooms Berea National Bank Building Obstetrics. General Practlco and 'hildren's Diseases, a.m. Olllro Hours: 8:30-10:2 JO- - 1:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon nnd Sundays by appointment. Phone: Olllcn Residence 3. 00 7-- 2; 7-- A New Real Estate Firm December 12 at Mrs. Baker's Sloro will he much larger this year than ever bofore. Wo are putting forth a special effort because thcro is greater need. By getting your Christmas presents here your money will do double duty; besides gelling your monoy'a worth in your gift, you help tako Christmas cheor to these homes. Twcnty-flv- o HAY FOR SALE tons good mixed hay you arc interested in Real Estate in Rockcastle If by ton or car load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f. GOOD BOARD AND ROOMS County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see can bo secured at Rcasonablo Rates at the Commercial Holol on Depot Street. Prompt Service. CourteLf. ous troatmcnt. FLOYD GUTHRIE, Manager j New Dealer I Quality Clothes Shoes of my dog; blue, no have a representative at this great tip. ' For particulars writo II. E. tail, tip of ono ear off. Charles Mo- - Fair in the person of Mr. Spcnce, LOR, BEREA, KY. 3w-2- 3 Daniel, Berea, Ky. Agriculwho writes our Mountain ture article each week. DAUGHERTV AND DENNIS WEDDING A TAY- NOTICE EVERYBODY'S quiet wedding of Miss Bessio and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Daughcrty to Mr. Allen Dennis was solemnized in Richmond at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. Tho brido was givcr to Mr. Dennis by her brother. Boston Daugherty, of Cooksburg. She was very lovely in hec wedding gown of satin. Tho brido is an attractive young lady, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughcrty, of Cooksburg. Mr. Dennis, a prominent young farmer. with many friends. Tho wedding party consisted of tho brido's sister, Miss Etta Daugherty, and her two brothers, Boston and William, Mr. Edward Warne. They will visit frends In Louisville and elsewhere, and after December will make their home at Collego Hill, Kentucky. dove-colored HAPPY After a visit to the MODEL PRESS SHOP Not the cheapest, but the best Cleaning, Pressing Anyone having a claim against the John White (colored) Estate present tho samo lo mo properly vorl-lle- d nccording to law, on or buforo December 7, 1919. Claims presented after that dalo will be void. Also nnynno knowing himself to bo Indebted to said eslalo please settle with me. lw-2- 3 John Herndon, Admin. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR owned by Mr. Ballus Wilson, I am prepared to servo all his customers and all now ones, at tho samo location on Depot StrcoL Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho city. Give us a call or phono No. 01. J. S. Gott Berea . Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S Repairing, Altering and J Dyeing Special rates on MONTHLY CLUB TICKETS ASK WALKER The ladies at tho First Presbyto-ria- n Church, Richmond, Ky., will have a bazaar in (ho Masonlo Temple, Decemher 0. TIjoso who visit us will havo a raro treat in storo for them, for never before havo they First spread such a royal feast; such artistic, usoful, and beautiful, hand-mad- o articles; suitablo for gifts; Fine gonuino Japancso goods; a very tempting food tablo. Dollcious dinMAIN ST. ner served. Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of Jewelry ' BEREA, KY. Pago Seven December 4, 18,10. T December t, 1010. I UK CITlP.KN l'ago Five STRIKE CONFERENCE Tho Public School notes, with Conducted by Prof. John F. Smith pleasure, tho flno programs Keport of the condition of THE HliKKA HANK & TRUST CO., peculiar ROUSE CATS MORE HARMFUL brought it into the house. community ncUvillcs of tho Wotown of Berea, Count)' of Madison, State of Ken- of doing business nt the THAN RATTLE SNAKES 6. The house cat has rabies or BREAKS UP IN ROW man's Clubs of our town. tucky, at the close of business on 17th d.ty of Nov., 1919. As wo grow wiser about the things hydrophobia. Cals go made and Wo would liko to borrow somo of RESOURCES tho words of tho Echo Club for our.tpal cause loss of money and loss bile ns often as rattlesnakes bite, own program. Lot us nl least sharo "f health and life, wo slowly adopt Rabies is more deadly than that Government's Offer of 14 Per 1 296,137.80 Loans nnd Discounts measures for getting rid of danger- - rattlesnake poison! It Is truo that 1,385.00 your aspirations In such words as j nus Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Cent Increase Is Rejected. Pcsu sna in common sources a rnuicsnaKo nas poison ai tno rooi these: "Lllornry training," efficient 16,510.20 Due from Iianks our,0' disease. Wo arc often hard to of his fangs, but ho doesn't sleep on team Work," wilh ... 6,858.69 Cash on hand '. ... "unity," " friend be convinced about some of theso baby's bed and coll upon tho hearth- ," 290.83 Checks and other cash items,.... causes. When was dls- - slono and purr Into Itio faces of U. S. FAILS TO END TIEUP Hanking Ifouse, Furniture nnd Fixtures' ii.ood.oo ship," "good cheer," "wholesome covered in tho hookworm South, thousands of children. And no caso has comn to' 56. 83 fun." "lift Ideals," "unselllshness." Other Assets not included under any of above heads among whom were my attention of ft rattlcsnako that Tho Woman's Club also Insplro us southern ...people, a a ja .1 Coal Men' Parley Adjourns Sine Die ' with its activities for good health,! ,,'T, '. Operators Agree to Accept Gar. muni, mill uir iiuiiioiiiveiiiuiili Hiivu. 35 hygiene, purity, etc. Total ' uifinueria. 33a39 field's Proposal, While Lewis When a party of sanitary engineers A study of vital statistics shows, We wish lo encourage nil aelivi-li- es began killing LIABILITIES Claims Injustice to Miners rats in San Francisco, how few children die of rattlesnakes' of community Interest to mako . . . Capital Stock paid in, in cash . . . 50.000.00 a few years ago, to stop bubonlo compared with tho many who dioi .j Wnxlilngtim, Nijv. 'AS. -- Tlif limiTn-meiit'' 1 J. 000. 00 free use of the. Public School plant. Surplus Fund plague, people Iho with whooping cough, consumption, offer of u M In n short limo the school build- wlso reiij iiu'Iimhc 6,893.04- expenses and tiixts'pnid Undivided Profits, less ones thought them crazy. and diphtheria. , of wuge was llilllj ilie iin ing will ho well lighled wilh When It 164,404.12 Deposits subject to check not long, Tho cat should bo disposed of nt cuiil inliiern. was nnnounccd electricity. With this donn, a wider ago lhat tho blto of a certain mos- -' sight, Tho most humane way to 98339-Time Deposits Ah ii ri'Mlll tUr fftiiti'ii'lirt' Im Iwiimi 602.87 a63.346.3j lite of the school plant should re- qullo is solely responsible for tho dispose of the cat Is lo put it into1 lie mhicrx mill Cashier's checks outstanding icriilni. niljiumittl sult. t Iciui-n- l spread of malaria, many good people on old lard can, pour in an ounco of hIiii; Ule wilh, tlu' ul Ihe Mrs. Charles Bordello Is giving n declined to believe it, 3935 Total chloroform, put on the lid, and let. ungf nintroverxy jitlll "In tin' ulr." No series of drills lo the school on provision wnx made for I lie t State of Kentuck'y, County of Madison, Set. songs and choruses appropriate for nut slowly nnd surely tho truth it alone until the cat is dead. of tln conference, tin- - inliiiT has dawned. Southern editors no. V. Stephens add John F. Dean, President and Cashier of Christians. We, J. "that they were going hoitie nnd Wo appreclale Ibis longer swear In various flats and DIPHTHERIA the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is splendid service. nit tight." sharps at the "Insult" about hookThis Is tho beginning of tho sea- true to the best of our knowledge and belief. SI ill more cases of children's dis. .t t. .... 3UI1 Ul CUIUS, IUIIU9, BllUUllllg UI1Uf TIih miners' rejerthm enmc after the ...1. n 1.1. . . . . l. R.nwm nAnl I Villi I1UVU Willi mil III. nccepted the governI. W. Stephens, President, eases yet loday. Tuesday, the 2nd, ceased lo belittle nurses and health tore throats among children. It is. operittorn hnd ns n Imsls for n ment's proposal F. Dean, Cashier. John 2(H chidren were in attendance. onicers Tor killing rats and screen-- 1 the season when greater care must nlthdndi they declared thnt On nrcount of our crowded condi- ing out mosquitoes. Tho men of be used lo pre 'ent danger and to the Increnfie with nut mlslng Ihe prico Subscribed and sworn.to before me this 26th day of November, 1919. W F. Kidd, Notary Public. tion, wo can vno longer oncnurago science havo triumphed. of con I to the public would inenn the iccnlrol it wn-'it corner My commission expires Jan. 25, 1920. children from oulsido district lo And Ihoy will triumph in this Perhaps Ihe greatest danger to Iom of profits to u Inrge number of rorrio lo tho Public School. matter of house eats. It is not too children which prevails in the sore-niu- rh mines nnd would seriously Interfere wilh production. The following Is (he program of Diph-mo- re lo say lhat house eats nrj throat season Ij Diphtheria. Statement by Lewis. Association, the Parcul-Teachedangerous than rattlesnakes, thcria is deadly, and constantly The following "Inleinent wns dictatTuesday nt .1:00 p. m., December 0, nnd I purposo to prove it. many children aro flying of it. In ed n.v Aetlns President John L. Lewis School Building. 1. The house cat Is a sneaking former days about 80 of every 100 of the United .Mine Workers: S'ong by the audience. "The miner nnd operators Joint conmurderer. Dozens of birds and young children who had diphtheria died, "The most home.hke and attractive hotel. In Kentucky." Devotional exercises by Rev. Cun- chickens disappear every summer Now fewer than 20 out of 100 die, ference iidjnurncd sine die. The mine ningham. where cals abound. Birds that if the remedy is given them in time, workers' representatives declined to recommend to the miners nny acceptAn Indian War Dance drill by build near houses are invaluable as But it must be given early to be Berea College Management. First Class. Moderate Rates. ance of the 14 per cent Increase ofPrimary Class. destroyers. , Each cat is fective, Excursionists For Students and Parents, Business "n and fered Special musle by Mrs. Charlos said to kill on the average fifty birds Beware of every sore throat a "The operators pretended to he wlll-In- s Bunlelle and Miss Grnco Cornelius. In a season. These birds would de- -' child has. Don't waste time in to grant this 14 per cent Increase, On the Ute Highway Address by Prof. Charles D. Lewis. stroy thousands of harmful insects waiting lo seo what is going to hap- - hut In the Kaine hrenth stated thnt they in the garden ond orchard. Birds pen get a doctor to examine that would he minble to operate a large can't rear their young where cats throat. If there are discharges nnmhcr'of their mines unless they had DR. ROSS' ADDRESSES abound. from the nose wilh the soro throat, an Increase In Ihe pelllng price of coal. iCnntlnned from Ontl in proportion with somo other ullcrances from the Pa bearl of man 3. Cats have whooping cough. So beware! Diphtheria usually begins It would he foolish for us toattempt things. Wo would wclcomo tho day tiouftd In us blasphemous and un- do babies, and hundreds die of this with soro ' throat and "running" to ninfcp nny agreement with the when it might ho lowered. christian, we must remember that disease in Ihe United States every nose. Watch tho child's throat. If operated.unless their mines were to be A family Newspaper for all that it right precisely tho object of Iho Bible m year. People sometimes wonder white or gray spots begin to form on true, and interesting "The position of the mine workers to show ns what is really in the where children get whooping cough, side of throat, or anywhere in throa Is unchanged. We hold thnt tile UniMRS. TODD SURPRISED I'tlblllhrd vry ThurwUr t I'm". K)r. human heart, not (o justify hut to and thoy never suspcet the pet cat go for doctor at once, and tell him ted Slntes government cannot break Mrs. Ortrudc M. Todd, who is BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Mini nnrrs in the child's face, lick- - what you fear tho trouble Is. Keep lt word. The pledge given by Secrenrlieulale lliese utterances. well known and greatly loved by (!ncorpoid) f.T The Bible contains a great ing lis hands and face. Iho sick child away from other chil- - tary of Labor Wilson to grant a 31.6 Ed.to4-Chi.- f WM. C. FROST. tho peoplo of rtcrca, reached her many for"ecasls, re3. Cats are often Infected with dren, if possible. When the doctor per lent lnrrene in wages must be uttered for the most J. O. LEHMAN. Miuiii Editor seventy-thir- d mileslono on Thurs- part by statesmen, deemed. Isintestinal worms. So do children ccmes, follow his instructions to the "In my Judgment Dr. Garfield nnd of inevitable Subscription Rates day. November 27, Thanksgiving sues of things in a world cared for become Infected with the same kind letter. 1'AVAIILK IN ADVANCE the cabinet hnve commltteed the most Day. This day was a happy ono for by a good God and inhabited by men of worms. A child thus afflicted The ono important thing which MJO On Yir her, but added pleasure camo to her who in part lovingly respond to Is nuny, nervous, sleeps badly, often noeds to be said over and over iilns-i- il blunder In Ihe Industrial hisRla Month tory of our nntlon. They nre blindly M In the evening" wh6n about thlrly-ilv- o Thrr Moathi Him, and in part angrily rebel has spasms. A doctor finally gives again is to watch the child's throat following nn academic theory without or Eipm Money Bend monrj by l'ot-nlI- c of her neighbors nnd friends against Him. These forecasts arc a remedy, and the parents wonder and at the first appearance of the regard to Justice to the mine workers Order. Dnlt, Kegltterrd tttrr. or una and two camo to her homo for, a birthday somotimes called prophecies, tent lUfflpi. slightest white spot hurry for the or the effects of such theory upon tho but it how Iho worm got Into the baby. hoo to The data after your nun on Ubel It not whatdau jruur ubarriptton U paid. If It noUty surprise, which proved to bo a gen- - would ho belter to think of them answer to their query often doctor. A very large percentage of people of the country. Tho I changed within three oeekl after renewal Says Justice Is Denied. uino one. oa. as siatPsmaniiKfl or philosophic walks at large about Iho house and tho children who dio of this dan "The responsibility for the crisis now Uiulnc number will l (ladlr upplled If congratulations and best judgments upon Heartiest yard, sleeps on the bed or befom gerous disease aro not seen by a confronting the nation must lie upon the world. They are notiAed. . .. I: .1 .1 ft wishes of all wero showered upon are specimens of the best lhat Al nre, is carried. anotii. in me .a. .a uwmr muuI some nays uuur 11.. Liberal termigleenlo any whooltaln nw wey Hi. se stntesmen who are using the inn little ndinr ua rour yearly for ua. Any on Osborno had been thoughtful peoplo have thought on one's arms, is constantly polluting, becomo sick. This is a fatal mis-th- e ulwrripUoni can rereWa Th CHIin fr for her. Mr. T. J. p,ivrs of the government to oppress on year. delegated lo present her with a the meaning can bo given and deny Justice to the great element earth whero the little child lake. If tho anti-toxAdurrtlilnt rat on application. and trend of die curfokun. of friendship in form of a rent evenls of Iheir day, The Bitde plays. Thus the eggs of the worms a few hours after illness, the child of citizenship directly concerned In the purse of gold amounting to 915.00. thus contains history, poetry, and get into the soil. Tho child fre- - is almost certain to recover, but if mining Industry. H. C. L. AND THE CITIZEN people of "I ennnot believe thnt This he did in a few but very ap- philosophy all lit up by tho Idea of quenlly eats dirt, or eats food with throo or four days pass before it Is our country will Indorsethe policy of n propriate words. dirty hands, unconsciously swallow-- 1 given, the child is almost equally oppression and repression a God who loves. In other words, Tho high prices havo struck us which Mrs. Todd camo lo Berea in 1891. the past, fTio everlasting present, ing the eggs or the tiny worms, j certain to die. , as well as all our subscribers. Wo' means continued Industrial chnos, and Much of Hie time she has been It does not mend matters any for Milense suffering on the part of the and the future, are alike illumi- which soon begin multiplying and havo to pay moro for tho material parents lo wait a few days on sore mine workers and our entire citizenwilh tho College Her hus- nated by this idea. doing their murderous work. wo uso In galling out tho paper.) band was a professor; her five chil4. The cat has diphtheria. There, throat to see whether it is really ship." Now, no man or woman can call Last week wo bought a ton of paper dren graduated from, and somo timn himself or herself educated who is scarcely a more dangerous dis- - anything serious or not. Thoss who The letter sent to Doctor Onrfleld on which to print Tho Citizen and taught in, tho Institution; and she does not know something of these ease of childhood. Many die of it, do so will in most cases havo tho by the operators of the central comIt. Only throo or, paid $150.00 for was on tho council of Deans of Wo- three things history, poetry, and because thousands of people don't misfortune to bury their babies if petitive coal field, accepting the govfour years ago wo could get tho same ernment's offer rends: I men. philosophic thought and though n realize its serious nature or hesitate diphtheria is in tho neighborhood, tho amount. paper for ono-thi"Recognizing the seriousness of the She goes this week to Washington, great deal of history nnd poetry and lo call a doctor until it Is too late. If a child while unseen should re present crisis and the urgent need of Thcro is a bill beforo Congresj to1 1). C, whero sho will mako her philosophy havo been written with- Recently havo we discovered that celve a snake bite it would bo just the country for coal, we wish to advise raiso postage rales for second class tho cat that children play wilh may s safo to wait a day or two to seo you that, subject to your npprovnl and homo with her daughter, Margaret out the thought of God, such athematters to four cents a pound. If The best wishes of her many friends istic literature by itself is not up- catch diphtheria at some neighbor's whether or not it was a poisonous conditioned upon the mines resuming this is done, tho cost of tho paper' go wilh j snake. operations Immediately, ttic operators' her and all hope to seo lifting. Tho Bible is the only liter- and bring it home to tho babies. ami tho mailing charges will tako her back In Berea again, whoro sho ature which worthily unfolds in tho 5. Cats have consnmption. It is When diphtheria develops, the -- enle committee nt the central com-p- i moro than ono-ha- lf of the subscriptltlve coal field accept ns a basis has made so largo a place in many light of the past, present nnd future, estimated that 1,500,000 peoplo havp child should bo kept in a room, from wage tion prico on each paper. somo form of tuberculosis every year which all movable furniture has for the settlement of the present hearts. controversy nnd termination of the the astonishing idea lhat we aro in Ihe United Ono subscriber writes us that ho Slales.It kills noarly taken. Keep out cats and dogs. lrlke. the figures submitted by on pursued by a divine love. used to got Tho Cillion wilh tho 150,000 annually. It causes ono out Dogs can carry the germs to another to the Joint meeting of operators and -, Brighten up the pens and stables Finally, said the speaker, the Bf- of every prico of three, dozen eggs, and tlt.it six deaths In Kentucky, child or to a neighbor's house. Cals miners held yesterday evening, namehim today. Tho with while, wash wilh which is hie is practically, with very few ex- -( Somo look upon it as a scourgo sent often havo diphtheria and can givo ly, nn nverage Increase of 14 per cent is just what eeptions, our only authority for tho by tho' Almighty for the sins of the! it to a baby. Tako no clothing from to he granted to nil classes of mine laprico of Tho Citizen has not raised combined a good disinfectant. life of Jesus of Nazareth, tho strong- people. This is not truo. It is for tho room that has not been soaked bor such Increase to be apportioned In est nnd most forceful personality in tljo sin of sleeping In tight rooms, for an hour in a bo'ntion of carbolic iiceordnnce with the wage bases that history, to bo ignorant of whom isl,no sin for not provjding sanatoria' acid and water one spoonful of are acceptable to the employees and present In be totally untitled for work in njfop ,ho caro nm, cure of lubercular acid lo twenty of water; or in a employers, thus preserving world in which He stands out after people, the sin of permitting those bichlorid solution ono tablet to a differentials. Otherwise than ns above, modified In complete accordance with a world catastrophe ns Iho Ono un- who have it to mingle constantly quart of water, your proposnl, the present contract In touched and unstained Master of with thoso who don't. Everyono but tho attendant should all Its term and conditions to be conMen and Jo know whom is to posDid you over seo tho family cat J bo kept away from the patient, tinued In full force nnd effect until sess tho secret of this lifo as well as grow thin and becomo indifferent to Tho attendant should gargle her SInrch 31, 1022. "We have already notified the miners Iho secret of llfo eternal. caresses, afflicted with wheezing and' throat frequently with listerino. to this effect. coughing? Nono suspected that What to remember: Says Profits Eliminated. 1. Watcli tho child's throat for pussy had consumption, yet when U. S. NEWS "At the snme time we wish to call ono of the family dies of tho dis- white spots. (Continued from P9 On your attention to the fact thnt the acOpportunity knocks on every man's door once. The chief points aro as follow!: ease, we resign ourselves to fale 3. Get a doctor at tho first sus- ceptance of this Increase In wages Tho order eliminates electrical and try to dry our tears with tho picion of danger. without any Incrense In selling prices Farms are like people, no two alike. This one is in signs and display advertising. thought lhat Iho Lord wanted Ihe 3. Never waste timo with any entirely eliminates the profits of a a class to itself located on Walnut Meadow Pike, Limits all Industries except pub- dear ono and took tho lovely spirit kind of patent remedy. large number of mines. Such a lorto lic utilities and plants engaged in home. Tho Lord wants peoplo to 4. Keep child to itself and follow number, In fnct. wo iear thnt the prowell watered and 94 acres natural blue grass, duction of coal will bo seriously afcontinuous processes that cannot bo live and bo strong. An infernal doctor's directions. fected. We understand that opera tin jr well fenced. Has a good 8 room house, two good opto forty-eigcurtailed houso cat contracted tho malady at 5. Diphtheria is a doadly discaso hours' statistics for 1010 are not now'ln your eration per week. and and must be dealt wilh promptly. some midnight cat pow-wo- w possession, and we shall rely upon tho barns, garage and all necessary outbuildings. Just Permits stores nnd otllco buildings government, when such statistics aro lo use light, heat or power only bo, until 9 o'clock Saturday night. . Tho fiovernor, Mayors and all properly assembled nnd presented, to the right size, in the right place and at the right (weon tho hours of 0 a. in. and I ' Oilier exceptions aro railroad olher public officials aro called on make such adjustments In selling price. prices as will permit these mines to p. in. theso regulations, stations, hospitals, telepbono and make such fair and reasonable profits Porinits theatres, moving picturo telegraph companies and nowspa- For further information, write or call on as they nre entitled to under the Lever shows nnd other public amusement pPrg, a clean houso with plenty of law." places to uso light or power only siores nnd oftlco buildings aro ol - rrosn nlr aml sunshino is a long Qerman Protection. i nun i ,n.vp,i ,.i , i.ollr, siep m ino airecuon or neaun, says Russ Army Under nn ,.pni i. m. 10 iu:ju p. m. Copenhagen. Demnurk, Nov. 24 Mcepuons are as jouows ,n tho morn, tho United States Publio Health Cen. von Ebcrbardt, who has assumed, ,)cfopo Umo Qf open,ng Drug stores, for sale of drugs only.' (nL, Service. command of the west Ilusslan army, M I .. 1. . I. lu'siaui urns, uuirics unu uu&i'nus Tho regulations nro based on tho has asked the Lettish commander to! Tho kitchen is tho most impor- chief to accept a truce pending tha nro allowed to opcrato according to Lever act and must bo followed tant room in tho houso from a conclusion of an armistice, according schedules in effect at present. Just as In war times. standpoint, says tho United to a lllga dispatch. Von Kberhardf Barber shops to operate bolwcen Real Estate Agent Tho penally for violation Is tho health Health Service. Keep telegram declares the west llttwlaaj 8 a. m. to 0 p, m. off of light and Slates Publio KENTUCKY Stores soiling food or clothing immediate cutting everything about it and everyono army has placed itself under tie Ui BEREA fuel, or both. wan protection. i in it scrupulously clean. permitted (o uso light, beat or power "co-operfellow-workersN ed The Berea Bank & Trust Co. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E, F. Dltney, Prin. FIRST AID DEPARTMENT ri' 3 .33. -l 1 nt rs' BOONE TAVERN ( The Citizen or j M ' 1 in con-reel- ed ' ' rd ' s Farm! Farm! Farm! FOR SALE ! ht 1 W. F. KIDD r Tago Six THE CITIZEN December 1, 1019. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science WHEN EQ0S ARE HIQM By Virginia Carter Lea ful medal, given by the Borea National Dank. Eaoh of Iho abovo clubs received a Slato Charier which was framed and First Year Questions Bank & Trust 1. Where do plants get oxygyon presented by tho Doroa Company. and carbon? Tho highest honor Is given tho 2. Name six plant food clemonls iwutvw. In IVirt nftltyfnftl OUttiiuiu vauu uumui 11.. I Iclub This club has 13 members, 12 rock,? took tho examination and 10 turned 3. Name three plant food cic are most often in record books. mcnts In which soils rony-ciKi- ii rccuru uuuns nuvu , deficient. In to County Agent to 4. What soil areas in Kentucky been turned club mcmbors date. Scvenly-nln- o ore low In phosphorous? have (aken tho examination. This G. What soil areas in Kentucky is beginning to look liko a Now Era need limestone? of Agriculture Is coming, 6. Namo two ways in which a farmer can increase his crop yields. Trip to State Fair 7. Name tho fertilizer materials Two boys won frco trips lo Slate carry phosphorous. that year Reuben Lambert, 8. Should or should not tho far- Pair this near Dcroa and Russoll Nicely, ML mer uso complete fertilizers? Vornon. Russcl was deprived of Give reasons for your answer. going because of fever. Homer Han 0. How should very steep lands sol, of Livingston, was next quail bo handled lo provont washing? fled boy in line. Thoso two boys re 10. Name the ways in which tho port a good timo and will write farm manuro is lost. value of tho their experiences for publication a Second Year Questions littln Inter: watch tho nanor. Rou 1 When should corn bo planted , Ufin won state honors by winning in Kentucky? Givo advantages an1 first in judging contest of Swino and disadvantages of checking and drill- Corn. His trophy was received a ing corn. few days ago 2. Why do wo cultivate corn? 3. What is tho best implement Membership for 1930 for cultivating corn? All boys and girls between 12 and 1. Namo thrco varieties of corn 18 years of ago In County Agont best suited for Kentucky. Spcnco's territory, (Southern Madi5. Name tho important tobacco son and Rockcastle Counties) who slates. want to Join tho Junior Agriculture G. What kind of soils aro best Club and raiso corn, pigs, poultry, suited for tobacco? potatoes, tomatoes, etc. should send leading wheat their names, ages, addresses; parent's 7. Name six stales in the United States. names to County Agent, Beroa, Ky, 8. Why is spring wheat not at once. Gel in early so as to gel grown in Kentucky. started before it is too late. 9. How much seed wheat should bo planted lo an acre of ground? 10. Describe the treatment for COMMON METHODS OF stinking smut in wheat. 11. Where are Irish potatoes most extensively grown in the STORING CABBAGES United States? 12. Give the treatment for potato scab. Pull Roots and All, and Set Side wero Tho above examinations by Side in Trench. taken by the Junior Club members in October. Provision Should Be Made for RemovThe folowing aro the results: ing Portions of Stored Product Berea Training School From Time to Time Good ReThomas O. Bowman 95 sults Are Obtained. Carl Freeman 76 Berea Graded School-Reu- ben JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL EXAMINATIONS CLUBS n,nl J I Lambert 90 Reuben Lambert 95 Scaffold Cane Junior Goldie Martin 95 Charlie Barrett 90 Narrow Gap Junior Dofreda Morris 88 Rco Abrams 80 Livingston Junior Hnmcr B. Hansel 80 Homer U. Hansel 8595 Mt. Vernon Junior Robert Fish 90 Robert Fish 90 Brodhead Junior Yerla Smith 90 Nina Albright 90 Hoscne Proctor 90 Rosa Carter 95 Miscellaneous club members outside of club centers Madison County. Lona Fish 90 Miscellaneous club members outside of club centers Rockcastle County. Bessie Brown 80 Bessie Brown 90 The first namo in each club is for best record book; tho second name for highest examination grade. Each of tho abovo winners will re wf coive a soiia uovernmeni Bronze CINCINNATI MARKET8. Hay and Grain, Corn No. 2 white $1.6001.62. No. 2 yellow f 1.4001.61, No. 8 yellow $1.40 1.4a, ro. 2 mixed fl.470i.4U, Ho. 8 mixed 11.4401.40, white ear (new) $1.8501.37, yellow car (uew) $1,340 UiU. Bound Hay Timothy per ton $260 80.76, clover mixed $20080.25, clover I 78c. No. 3 mixed 7OW077H c Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 75c, 07c. $20033. Oats No. 2 white 7814 070c, No. 3 white 7S078V&C, No. 2 mixed 77H0 centralized creamery extras 7814c, firsts 70c, seconds CD Vic, fancy dairy Eggs Kxtrn firsts 71c, firsts 73c, ordinary Hints 70c. lb Live Poultry Fowls 4 and over 25c, under 3V4 lbs ltic, roosters. 10c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 32c, young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 37c. Live Stock. Cuttle Shippers $10.5001 1.05, butch-e- r steers, extru $11.25012.50, good to choice $10.25011, common to fulr $0010; heifers, extra $11012.50, good to choice $0011, common to fulr $008.50; cows extra $9.50010.50, good to choice $4.5005.25, stockers and feedri $0011.50. Calves Kxtru $18.75010, fair to good $14018.75, common and largo $0 013. heavy shippers Hons Selected $13.50, good to choice packers and butchers $18.50, medium $18.50, common to choice heavy fat sowa $0012. light shippers $13.50, pigs (110 lbs and leas) $11013.50. tho spoon. (Mnko a rather thick enko batter). Flavor with ono of lemon juico and half a When tho mercury londs down tcaspoonful on to a greased baking wnrd and tho prico of eggs over sheet and bnko In n quick oven until 1st Door Vocational Schools mount upward tho provident houso-wi- fo crisp and brown. Bo careful, howpower, combined with Training that adds to your money-earnifools and Justly so that many ever, not lo placo tho cookies loo general education. recipes Hint call for eggs aro pro closo together, as (hoy spread in FOR TOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printbaking. Raisins or nuts may bo hibited. ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. Unfortunately, tho limo when hons added to tho recipe. FOR TOUNQ LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, refuso lo lay and Iho prico of eggs Banbury Tarts Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. is at tho very highest is during tho Line small tart tins holidays seasons when cakes, pud- with pastry and fill with tho fol2nd Door dings and dessert aro most in Foundation School lowing: Put tho yellow rim of ono In making many of thoso lemon rind, half n cupful of seeded General Education for those Hot far advanced, combined with some dainties, a largo number of eggs is raisins through tho meal grlndor vocational training. No master what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chase for rnmilrcd. With a few experiments, nnd add to tho pulp thus oblainod howovcr, tho clovor housekeeper Iho juico of ono lemon ono most rapid improvement will find that many delicious dlshot of granulated sugar and are possiblo with tho uso of only ono tahlcspoonful of melted butler. Door English Academy Course two For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going ono or eggs eggs at tho most, and if Bake in rather quick oven until tho can bo divided so that paslry Is crisp and brown. theso thru College and desire more general education. It also give can An Excellent Spice Cako the best general eduoation for those who wish a good start io the whilesyolks bo used In ono rcclpo In another, a still and Iho Cream together half a cupful of expect to carry it on by themselves. study and grcalcr saving is mado. shortening and ono cupful of brown In, using eggs In this economical sugar. Add half a cupful of moNormal School manner, tho whiles, If covered and lasses, ono hcnplng lablcspoonful This gives excellent training for thoso who expect lo teach. Tlu placod in a cold place, will kocp of cocoa, ono toaspoonful of ground courses arc so arranged thai young people can leach through tho perfectly for thirty-si- x hours. Tho cinnamon, n pinch of salt, half a summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, yolks, however, should be covered toaspoonful of gralcd nutmeg and thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. with a lilllo cold water first, other- Hie samonf ground spice. wise they aro apt to dry ouL Mix well nnd stir in ono small Door Academy Course Never bo tcmnlcd into purchasing cupful Of thick sour milk in whioh This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, a cheap grade ofI oggs, as ono in- - JI has been dissolved a level toaspoon : 1. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The ii'iiui t'K ...III iiijuru .11 inner ma ful of baking soda nnd sufficient .in Academy Is now Berea'a largest department terial willi which II is combined. sifted flour to form a bailer. The A nnrl I mllnrl - vnlllnliln pn(!nn in extra amount of flour is hard to uso during "egg famino" day Is tho give ns Iho thickening qualillos Door College simplo with tho in is Is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides sundaro following variously one. From this vary the mixture different brands may ho Heat evolved, hard, blend In a courses in all advanced subjects. pudding and hit breakfast bread, small cupful of seeded raisins, hnlf For atoning by caroful preparation for n cupful of finely shredded citron A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the the expensivo ingredients Hint aro and turn Into a well greased cako I unusual situation in which the whole country find itself now makes almost eliminated. tin. Bake In a modcralo oven for it impossible for us to live oa the same money as we have in the past In its origin form the rccipo calls forty minutes. Bo suro lo bako for ono egg, half n cupful of sugar, slowly nnd thoroughly, as tho outAll students do some work with then hands from six to sixtwo heaping tablespoonfuls of bul-- j side scorches easily in n hot oven. carpenter shop, printteen hours a week aa janitors or in the farm, tcr, two thlrcjs of a cupful of sweet, Ice when cold with n boiled frosting office, laundry, boarding ball, office, etc., and receive pay which milk, ono heaping cup of flour andi ing. expenses. reduces their one tcaspoonful each of baking Egoless Muffins young man or young woman can get an education Any powder and vanilla. This formula Few housekeepers realize what Berea if there is the will to do so. at may also bo varied by using differ-- ! really delicious breakfast muffins PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent cnt llavors; by adding ground cln- - rnn he made without tho addition of by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: narnon and alspico to half baiter cgp. but this rccipo is so good that and pouring alternately light and it is frequently used oven when Expenses for Boys dark into the pan (for marblo cako) eggs nro plentiful. ACADEMY VOCATIONAL AND and by baking in cup cake tins, or Sift together twice, two largo cup-fu- ls COLLEGE SCHOOLS AND NORMAL FOUNDATION of baking powder and a scant $ 5.00 5 600 Incidental Fee I 7.00 clso in layers with various fillings. Tho layors filled with canned or tcaspoonful of salt. Then wet to the 6.50 050 050 Iloom fresh fruits, provido a delicious consistency of muffin bailor with 15.75 15.75 15.75 Board, 7 weeks "short cake." A loaf cako can bo sweet milk nnd bent tho batter un10 27.25 29.25 28.25 Amount due September.. 17.19 mado lo becomo an excellent col- -, til very light. Enrich with three 1350 1350 Board, G weeks, due OctoBcr 2V 13.56 tago pudding when it is sliced and tnblespoonfuls of melted butter, nnd (Prepared by the United States Derail8orvcd with a good sauce. For hot after beating ngaln for thrco or four $42.75 ment of Agriculture.) $11.75 '310.75 Total for Term bread for luncheon or breakfast, minutes, pour into well greased Ileads of Inte cabbage mny be cut Expenses for Girls tho sugar in Iho rccipo to one muffin pans. Bako in a hot oven, and stored In conical pits In tho same C 7.00 manner as beets. Another common Incidental Fee $ 5.00 $ COO scant tcaspoonful, omit the vanilla, making it tho samo tcmpcrnluro as and very satisfactory method Is to pull Room C50 add half a tcaspoonful of salt and for bnklng powder 0.50 050 biscuits. In the plants, roots and all, and place Board, 7 weeks 11.00 11.00 hako cither in a sheet or in muffin making theso mufllns, to havo them 11.00 long pit with the beads them In a rings. 2750 2050 tho success they should be, tho Amount due September 17, 1919 2550 down. A few beads may be removed Eggs arc so universally used for housekeeper should work quickly. 12.00 12.00 Board, 0 weeks, due October 29 12.00 from time to time without disturbing breakfast that when they aro high They should bo placed in Iho oven '$3950 price, the housekeeper is often at a soon ns possible after they aro '$3850 $37.50 Total for Term her wits' end to know what to sub- mixed. Bo suro lo sec that tho oven 'This does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books stitute in their place. A cupful of is very hot. cream sauce, enriched with one Poorman's Rice Pudding Corner rooms $1.00 more. or laundry. egg, will glvo chopped hanl-boilTurn into a largo baking dish two Special Expanses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business llin samo taste and appearance as if quarts of milk and add n half tcaWinter Fall samo spoonful of salt, four tablespoonfuls $11.00 moro eggs were used. Tills $13.00 $12.00 Typewriting Stenography and sauce added to shredded salt cod- -' of washed rice, four tablespoonfuls 11.00 12.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) fish or shredded smoked beef will of sugar and two tablespoonfuls of 5.50 0.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 050 give an nppotizing breakfast nt very! condensed milk. Set tho dish in a ' Fig. 1. Cross Section of a Cabbage Business course for students slight expense. modcrato oven, nnd as a white crust Storage Pen Made of Stakes and in other departments: In tho following ogglcss recipes,' forms over tho top, stir it frequently 0.00 9.75 853 Poles and Covered With Straw Stenography which have been thoroughly tcslcd, ' into the pudding. Cook for about This Is a Good Way to Store CabTypewriting, with one hour's re bage. 6.00 550 will be found many excellent dishes two hours nnd fifteen minutes; 050 use of instrument that are particularly vnluablo when it Is done dust tho top thickly Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. the remainder of the pit As slight snow flics and the egg baskot is with grnlcd nutmeg. Do not stir 1.05 1.80 1.95 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. freezing does not Injure the cabbage, empty. nfler the nutmeg is added but lot it covering of the pit need not be as the In no case will special Business Fce3 exceed $1.00 per week. Drop Cookies brown over. The sccrot in making thick as for other vegetables. Place one small cupful of any pre-- ( tins pudding is lo havo tho oven only Another good method of storing cabIf it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be ferred shortening in a warmed bowl, moderately heated and to stir tho bage Is Illustrated In figuro 1. The plants ore pulled, roots and all, and in school the full year, by all mean? they should enter for a course durand cream with one cupful of sugar, j pudding frequently. If cooked in set side by side with the roots down In ing tho winter and spring terms. Add half a cupful of rich, sweet this way, it will bo very rich and a shallow trench, the length of which The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers milk, and ono tcaspoonful of baking' creamy nnd far suporior to oJ.hcr th(. bed. 0MI10Ilds 1o the wIdth of and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter powder, sifted with sufficient flour puddings in which eggs aro usod. ,, , K rr. , , studying in Beroa where the best education can to form a batter that will drop from i Saturday Evening Post 10 feet and as long us necessary to months but should be hold the number of cabbages to be be gotten for, least money. STUMPS ARE VERY ANNOYING stored. Cover the roots with earth. excess water used In mixing the coil' I rails, Around the bed erect u frame of Applicants must bring or sead a testimonial showing that they art crete Is finished by seesawing u sec-- 1 Retard Plowing, Harrowing and Other boards or poles, or by driving a row or above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi tlon of rubber or canvas belting along Farm Work Several Ways of stakes into the ground so tnut an in- signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli Taking Them Out closure about two feet in height Is or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. formed. Dank the outside of this frame teacher Secretary, For information or friendly advice write to the Stumps nro very annoying In plowwith dirt and place poles across the ing, harrowing, harvesting nnd doing top, covering them with straw, hay or MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. other funn work. It dots not cost corn fodder. Make provision for revery much us a rule to get rid of moving portions of the stored product stumps. There urw M'vurnl ways of from one end of the pit. Tills type of tnklug them out, pulling them with storago Is inexpensive and gives good e fo"ncri?ie"rbad"conslHts" of CONSTRUCTION OF GOOD ROAD stump pullers, using dynamite und a relatively rich concrete mixture burning ure some of the ways. road conthroughout. A Concrete Highway Is Composed of sists of a somewhat leaner mlxturo for Mixture of Sand, Stone, Portland a base with a richer top or wearing FIND WATER TABLE OF SOIL Cement and Water. course, applied before the concrete In begun to harden. Frethe base has Should De Three Feet, Below Surface The concrete roud Is composed of quently In tho form of of Ground or Plants Will De a carefully proportioned mixture of wire fabric or steel rods Is embedded Shallow-riooted- . Cabbages Stored In Long Banks-G- ood clean, hard, sund, peb In tho concrete. This assists to preDrainage Is Essential, but Dlri bles or broken stone, Portland cement vent cracks in the slab and aids in If you want to lind the water tnblo An Improved Highway In West. Covering Need Not Be as Thick as end water. This mixture Ik laid upon keeping crucks which may form from of your soli dig u post hole three feel Infor Vegetables That Are Easily the subgrnde to a depth of 7 Inches opening to any appreciable extent. the pavement, leaving u true, ?ven. deep and the top of the water appearjured by Frost or moro for the entlro width of the The high wearing quality of tho con- gritty, denne surfuce. When Ktilllcleut-l- y ing In the hole will he your nuswor. road, and soon hardens Into a mass crete road results from using properly results. When the heads arc cut, leave hardened to prevent pitting or The water tuhlu should be three feet are the roots In position, and In the spring as hard ns rock. The materials firm- graded, clean, hard sand and pebbles murklng, the surfiice Is sprinkled with below thu surface of the ground or by tho cement so or crushed rock. Theso must be com- water, then covered with 2 Inch or the pluntH will be Hhullovv-rootethese roots will sprout and supply the bonded together fumlly with un abundunce of greens. ly that It Is Impossible for tralllc to bined with Portland cement In care- more of molxt Mind or eurth, which Improvement In Texas. A large percentage of tho cabbuge loosen or separate the particles. For fully measured proportions, mixed with is kept wet by iprlnkllng for from ten d batch mixer to pro- days to two wevks to prevent the consprouts found on tho murket are pro- this reason no expensive maintenance a Texas this year will spend a total of Is required. 704!10,O0O on Improved highways, acduce a stiff plastic consistency, then crete from dryliig out too rapidly. Unduced In this way. The foundation or subgrade Is com placed upon the foundation and struck der no clrcumitnnces should a con- cording to figure compiled by the Ileads of cabbage may be luld In Is to be off with a template or strike board, rows In on outdoor storage pacted where the concrete crete road he put In use until It In 14 state highway department so so shaped that the surface of the pavecellur, but not In a storago room In the laid and the roadbed is drained days old nnd In cool weather n longer will y Building Roads Is Important basement of a dwelling, as the odor Is that no water L. remain under the ment will have the desired crown. Af- tlmo Is nccessury. This Is a brief I'cttlbone In Dakota ter rolling with a light metal roller The building of good roads Is of the likely to peuetrute through the house. slab, writes A. of the esgsntlAls of the construcUpon the foundation con- - to comoact the concrete and remove Farmer. greatest Importance to a community. tion of a concret road. cret Is laid In an nr two courses. ni wcll-grcas- od Berea's do-ma- lablo-jpoon- ful 3rd Berea's 4th Door Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 1 1 t- 6th Berea ca, able-bodi- ed t ro-du- co cd bo-fo- I ATone-cburs- two-cour- well-grade- d power-operate- sara-mur- J .December 4, 1610, T11K CITIZEN Intention ti the voters of South Da kotn, If thej ! ire lo compete for the ten delegate from thnt stnte. Kvery candidate for president must "define Ihe Issue" n he sees It before he can prinsk for ofes nt the stnte-wld- e maries, nhlch will he held .March 23 Twenty-onof the stntes hnve made provision for choosing cnndldnles for presidential nominations In n popular mnnner. The other 27 stntes still nd hero lo the old stale convention system of selecting ilelegntes to the conventions. New tlnmpshlre will hold the first of the presidential primaries on Mnrch f). Although there Is no direct vote on presidential candidates 'n that state In the prlninry. delegates mny file Mntcmcnt of preference If they so desire. The first renlly dfrect vote for president In I candidates will be In North ,l)nkofn, Mnrch Iff. There condldatc may have their nntnes ptneed on the primary ballot through petition of not les than ftX) voters of their party The next primary dnte Is that of South Dnkota. On April 15 the Mlchlgnn primary will be held. At lenst 100 .pnll-flevoiers of the state must sign a eiindldute's petition before twelve o'clock noon on March 1 In order .hat ihe candidate may participate In the primary. Delegntes to the nntlonal convention nre not selected nt this primary In Mlchlgnn, hut at n e d Page Seven written request for the printing of Ihelr nnmes on tho bnlloL this request to be mndc not Inter thnn April 10. The rnndldney may ho presented by petition of nt lenst 1,000 electors belonging to the cnndldnte's pnrty. Prlmnries will be held In Texns nnd West Virginia on Mny 20. Juno 8 Is the dnte fixed In Florida for Ihe selection of delegntes to the natlonnl Had to Demonstrate Speed, wns In a strange part of tho'clty one day and ns I stood on Ihe corner, I asked a little street urchin, passing by, how long It would take me to got to n certnln street. He surveyed rao carefully nnd snld, "Oo nhend." This took me by surprise nnd I wns Inclined to be Impntlent with the lad, but when I nsked him Ihe snme question ho ngnln snld, "Wnlk nhend." I begnn to scold him for his lack of manners, when he said, "Aw mister, quit yer klddln'. How dldjn (Ink I wuz goln' ter know hriw long It's goln' to tnkc ya ter git ter the street, when I ain't even seen how fast yn kin walk?" Chicago mnovp crnrotr: litTEiiATio.!. StlNMTSaiOOL ny r. u i' ii Teacher of i:ni(llah lllble In tht Moody lllble Inatltule of C'htrago.l iropirrleht Ills Wmrn Nwn.pf Union) I Salvation and I "THRIFT WEEK" IS A JuIrtuV Unmaitrf BrT.B. ALOEfUON Lesson iikv kitzwatkh. Peace j I TO BEGIN JAN, 17 PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WILL BE REMINDED HOW THEY CAN HELP GOOD GOVERNMENT. Dy RBV. D. D. SUTCLIFFH Etttniion Drpirtmmt. Moody Bible Irutllute, Chicago j 11 auji aaftafllA attaaafiatt AeBafiefi HWmrsTCTW"lV (Coprrltht) OVKHTY Ii LESSON FOR DECEMBER 14 AT THE TRIAL, CRUCIFIXION AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS. I.KHKUN OOt.DUN TKXT-F- or Ood loved th v hi only btgotlcn Ron, world, that he thai whosoever btllrvtth In him hould not perish, bul hava ttcrtaallnf life, John 3:l Since the lesions of the iiir'sr center In the Uvea of I'eler nnd John It will be well to Include In the dny'a leason the Incident! In Ihelr Uvea frurrt the trial of Jeau to hla reaurrectlon. Thla will en able ua to uae the roinmlttee'a alternative leaion, "The I'rlnre of Peace," for a (Jlirlttmaa lesson neat Runday. I. Peter Oenlei 2ft 27). mo :i it TKXTfV John i llda-H- , l;S5-n- . the Lord (18M.VI8. 1. Before the servant mnld (vv. IB- 18), Peter's first blunder wns to nt tempt to follow Jesus nt this time Christ IiiiiI told hliu thai lie could hot follow now Presumptuous boldness oftentimes places oiio In tin embarrassing position, In such cases compromise or cowardly iIimiIiiI iihii ally follow. Wisdom as lo our weaknesses should imiivo one lo nvold mi necessnry trlnls. John, seeing I'eter istnndlng Ml the door, Introduced lilm lo I lie house of tli high priest. I life under I lie tnunt of Jewish maid lie openly denied his Ixri). 2. Before the servant nnil officer (t. 25). I'eter hml not only ventured where It was not necessnry. but wn warming himself nt tlie enemlea' fire. Having iuilled before the snrcastlc Impudence of n servant mnld ho openly denied hla relationship with the Uird when questioned by the officers and sennnts nt whose fire he wna warming himself. To have a clenr and Indepetidenl teatlniony, one should he separate fnun almieri (II Cor. 0:H-I8)- . 3. Ilefore the kinsman of Mnlchu (tv. 20, 27).. Tills man hnd seen I'eter with Jesus In tiethseiniihc when I'eter In hla rashness stmije off the ear of Mnlchu (see verse 10). llenrlng Peter's drnlnl, thla aervunt of the high prlet put the question, "Did I not see thee In Ihe gnrden with hlml" When I'eter uttered Ihe third denlnl the cock crew, bringing to Ida attention. Ihe wanting words of Jesus (MnrU 14:72) Thla la an example of whnt a disciple of .Irsus mny do In the hour of great temptation. II. Jesui Commit! HI Mother to John (10:25-27)- . Though Buffering the Indescribable anguish of the cross he tenderly remother membered hla and charged John to cure for her. Mary had other son who should have cured for her, but they were unbeliever, till nfterJe-.uresurrection. He knew that hla mother would hnve better care at the lunula of ihe beloved disciples than at the bunds of her own children who did not believe In and love Jesus. Love to Jesus Is stronger than humnn affection. III. Peter and John at Jeiui' Tomb grief-strickea' (2(1 :M0). When .Mnry came In breathless haste, announcing the fact u the empty tomb. I'eter and John run to Investigate. When John mine to the tomb he gnzed Into It, but when Peter enme he wept In. John with holy reverence hesitated to enter, but I'eter through his Impul slvencs entered at once. The difference doea not lie In the fact that one loves more than the other, hut In their different temperaments. One should not expect the wime behavior front all. Thla Investigation wna convincing (v. 8). IV. Peter Reitoratlon and Com. million (21:15-10)- . i'eter had Ihrlce denied the Ixrd, so before he again entered the service he had thrice to confess hla love for Jesus. In thla commission to I'eter In set forth the motive and nature of service which Is Incumbent upon all Christian minister and teachers. 1. Ills motive love for Christ. Love In the supreme nunllllcntlon for service for Christ: it Is Ihe very spring from all activity flows. It I not learning and eloquence, but love that makes n pastor. (1) "Feed my lambs." The word for "feed" as well us "Iambi." aiguilles thnt the work here Is that of nurturing the babes Id Christ. (2) "Feed my sheep." The word here means to feed, guide, correct, nnd lead the nihturer class of Christians. It curries with It not only the responsibility of feeding, hut correction nnd discipline. If this be nttempted without love, failure will Inevitably ensue. (3) 'Teed my sheep." TWs relates to the enre of tho aged Christians. The word "feed" returns somewhat to the meaning In the first Instnnce where he says, "feed my lambs," no thnt the ministers' responsibility to care for the aged Is equivalent to that of the young. which Will Punish Wrong. No fallacy can hide wrong, no subterfuge cover It so shrewdly but that One will discover and the punish It. Itlvarol. Like Hewing Block With Raier. To endeavor to work upon the vulvar with line sense Is like attempting to hew blocks with a ruzor. I'ope. 6eek and Y Shall Find. Ask, and It hlmll be given you ; eek, nd ye shall find; knock, uud It shall to opentd uuto you. Mutt. 7:7. all TEN MONEY COMMANDMENTS hidden emotions these played n part In the dull experience of e In which this tozt Is The the odd ten people who Treasury Officials Say That Deiplte found describes n uluncr party given had lived year In and Much Reckten Spending, American by ono of tho year out at Mrs. Are Paying More Attention To 8av 1 It u r I h e c n at It hod a Markhatn'a Ing Than Ever Before. which Jesus wns city boarding house. tho guest of hon wn Its proprietress By JAMES P. HORNADAY. or. During the a womnn repast n woman. The department of th treasury says hut ihe constant grind notorious In thnt hnd worn her out. that the people of the United Stiite town because of As Christinas approached, however, nre making use of the lepsnn in saving her sin, cntno to the faded, bul fnlthful old eyes they learned during the world wnr. the feet of Jesus brightened, for, though poor nnd The department points out that there with humble, her little coterie were gen nre, of course, n great many persons As hi crous souls and a special purse wns who are spending money recklessly. ho eponka to her of her rewnrd when Ihe Christmas tree hut nil the Information on the subject sin forgiven, her gave up Its treasure. of snvlng that Is coming to the depnrt fultb reaches tip Miss Myrtle Denne hod occupied the men! indicates that the great mnsi's out of her despair best room In for over three of the people are paying more ittteii the and touches him. years. She lived house nn annuity of tlon to saving thnn ever before. The on In that moment treasury department Is undoubtedly limited volume, and although twenty salvation Ih hers eight, retained much of the freshness good authority on this subject for tho Hid In that salvation she finds pence. savings division, which wns estnblMiod So ull who will may find salvation and and charm of girlhood. within Ihe deportment during the wnr. Reuben Willis, thirty, and a bache finding thnt, find peace. lor, a silent, retiring man, filled i hns been inndo permanent nnd Is one The Condition of Salvation. if Ihe active divisions. Jesus did not say her tears or her subordinate posllUn In a bank, and, The thought behind Ihe net of mnk It wns sold, came of a once wealthy sorrow or her repentance or nny de family and his actions showed his Ing thlf division permanent wns thnt lHro to live a better life hnd sned her, the government should alwnr he hut he suld, "Thy fnlth hath saved good breeding. fo lend the people olong sound bound to be a match," proph "If thee." Many todny are troubled con financial pnths. It Is n work In which esled Mrs. Mayhcw, a widow board enilng their fulth uud they wonder the peoplc'cverywhore hnve f the fnlth they hnve Is of the right er. ed In n most enthuslnstlc wny. Be kind. Instead of thinking of the kind "If they only weren't too poor to hind the nctlvlty of the snvlngs dlvls of faith we have, we should be thinkthink of It," suggested Mr. Uascom, Ion there Is the further thought that ing of our object of fnlth, for nfter who was coarse and practical. the condition of the Individual Is I in ill It Is not faith Itself, hut faith's Everybody In the boarding house proved through the observnnco of 'bject which Is Important. A man mny took part In the preparations for and sound financial rules nnd the flnnnclnl prove he has excellent fnlth In it hank the nnd Industrial Krength of the nation celebration of by depositing his money there. If Christmas. Increases through the enormous sums The hat bank suspends payment nnd the tree wns trimmed of cnpltnl which nccrue through the inn lours his money, the loss would and the packages practice of xtendy snvlng nnd snfe In tot he because anything wns wrong of mutual present vestments on the part of citizens. .villi his faith but becnusc something In order to help nlong this savings piled about Its iviih wrong with the object of his faith. base. Then Bos-coIden the government has designated Just so there mny have been those started a vigthe week beginning Jnnunry 17, 1020, it the time of the Hood, who bad ex- orous propaganda ni" national thrift week. It Is proposed cellent fnlth In something other than In favor of each "during thnt week to remind the people the nrk to keep them from the danger, person hnnglng everywhere through public meetings but the nrk nlone wns the only true iholr stocking In and appropriate speeches thnt the object of fnlth nnd only those who be- front of the firecause of good citizenship nnd good lieved In It were saved. Ood nlwnys place. Mlis Deane government enn be helped along by ha a way of salvation hut he has only grew rosy at the everybody who has money to spare one. In NYmh's day It was the nrk. suggestion and Wilbuying Wnr Snvlngs stamps or deposit' In our day It Is Jesus Christ to whom lis tried to escnpe Ing money In snvlngs banks. he nrk corresponds. Fnlth took Noah to his room, but It was of no avail. What We Saved During War. Into the nrk nnd tlje nrk saved him. It does not seem to le generally There wns vast chattering and Jol Fnlth brought this sinning vvomnn to after breakfast next mofnlng known thnt while the country wns buy. Jesus and he saved her. So fHlth will llty aswas worth of Llbcrtv sit Ing $20,000,000,000 adjournment to there take anyone to him nnd In him Is found ting room.an The master ofthecere- bond?. Its citizens put nwny more thnn eiilvatlnn nnd pence. monies. Hn scorn's eyes twinkled aa $1,000,000,000 In Wnr Snvlngs stnmps, The Time of Salvation. one ufter another the stockings were nnd thnt during the war period sav It will be noticed thnt Jesus said apportioned, for he was a practical ings bnnk deposits In the United States not, "Thy fnlth will hi ve you," (though Joker. Willis noted that bis stocking Increased some $8,WK),000,000. 'hut Is blessedly true), hut, "Thy was bulging and heavy. He peer It Is .expected that out of Thrift lillh hnth saved tbee." The question ed within It, then showed a lump of tfeck there will grow n general enm or the woman to decide wns, "Did conl and a raw potato. pnlgn In the Interest of careful saving .ie speak the truth?" If he did, then Attorney General Somehow his heart wai chilled. nnd wise spending. 'he moment she believed, she wns Trivial as wns the Incident, It came I'nlmer. who hns been wrestling1 with nved. When Nonh hnd entered the face. Wns the high cost of living since last An blow In ark Ood could wy "Thou nrt snved," like a direct donation the slurring re- gust without being able to beat the a the erratic and Nonh could answer, "I nm saved." minder of his poverty? All at once cost down to nny considerable extent Ills salvation was settled then, not of his lonely life over- Is advocating the doctrine of careful the after tho flood wns over end he enme camebarrennessfull force. He went up saving nnd wise buying ns probably him In desforth from the ark. Our eternal gloomily, the only rent remedy for the high cost tiny Is settled now, not In the here to his room A servant knocked at the door and of living trouble. A good runny worn after, l'nlil speaks of "Jesus who en's organizations throughout the delivered us from the wrath to come." handed him a letter. Mechanically he country hnve Indicated that they are (I Thesmloulatis, 1:10) lie does not opened It and then sprang to his feet. willing to enlist In the campaign along ny, "Jesus who will deliver from the white to the Hps and quivering all over. He stood like one in a maze. the lines proposed by the attorney gen wrath to come." There was a second timid summons ernl. Tht Result of 8alvatlon. In connection with the plnns for with at the door. Willis opened It to face The woman came to Jc-oThrift week It hns been proposed by Miss Deane. a parcel In her band. She troubled heart nnd conscience. "Will you please step Into the hall," tho treasury department thnt the eut away with peace. Her past wus spenkers who go out thnt week dwell all forgiven and her conscience found she fluttered, and he thought how on tho following ten commandments She went nwuy with n present lovely she looked In her fresh, dainty et. for the guidance of those who nre try nlvntlnn, giving pence to her heart, morning dress. ing to administer their Incomes care Mr. Willis. I hope the practical ihe went nwny with the future turned fully: Make n budget, keep an Intelto brightest hope nnd her spirit Jokes of Mr. Ilnscom have not been ligent record of expenditures, have a tnken by you as nn account, carry life Insurance, So mny everyone who will come to affront. He did the bank a will, own your own homo thoughtless make same ipstis. There way follow seasons" of pay your bills promptly. thing with nil of eventually, 'enrfnlnen, but nothing can destroy In Wnr Savings stnmps nnd us. And you ran Invest may have the reality of ieace. Noah away before we other government securities, ppend less had sciihous of fenrfulness In tho nrk you earn, share with others as could give out thai thnn us tho storm raged, hut his feellngi" presents. Here Is much as possible. eould never niter tho fnct of his so- More Stamps and Certificates. yours, a trifling urlty. Ho was safe whether ho felt The trensury department soys that gift, but I hope It or not. Ills pence would he In ufe will please you, be- savings stnmps and treasury snvlngs proportion to his trust In tho nrk. cause I made It certificates will be nvallnble ngaln next The mensure of the Christians) year nt banks and post offices. It Is myself." pence will be tho mensure of hl fulth Willis parted the not the expectation of the trensury deIn Jesus Christ. Some aro saved, but tissue paper to partment thnt the government will not sure of It. They are going to disclose a pair of have to make another bond sale to heaven In discomfort, but thoy might knit house slippers, meet tho expenditures Incurred during Just its well ride In the I'ullmnn car Ills henrt warmed toward this tho wnr, but in order to make both and ho comfortuhle. Noah could not modest, lonely gentlewoman, who had ends meet It will bo necessary to sell tuako himself more secure by trying both saving stamps nnd trensury savto be saved nnd no more can tho devoted so many hours to show her ings certificates. The trensury depnrt-men- t Christian today. Just ns with the nrk, friendly esteem, ulso points out thnt people who "I cannot express how I appreciate Jesus Christ. In him there ho with prefer to Invest their savings in htm there Is them," he said, nnd then a quick ImIs salvation, and without pulse swayed him. The letter In hit Liberty bonds enn nlways purchase no salvation. any banking Institution pocket reminded him of a vast change them through Who Can Be Saved? ut tho current murket prices. Jesus said, "Thy faith hnth saved In circumstances nnd fortune. "They Tho treasury department ts anxious theo." Each Is snved for himself or make me think of home," he added In to hnvo thu holders of bonds of the lost for himself. Nouh'n fnlth could a tone of pathetic reminiscence. "Miss second Liberty loan understand thnt snvo one of hte sons, finch ono Deane, we would know how to apnever thoso bonds nro convertible Into 4U who wns snved hnd to bo Inside tho preciate a home, you and L wouldn't per cent bonds as well as exchangeable we now?" nrk for himself. None could bo saved Into permanent bonds, and that the by proxy. It Is n pontoon! tuattor. The The fair lady tJghed. A dim blu trensury hns n I ready prescribed question I would unk each render la, of tears crossed her eyes. calculated td provide for both "Can tho Lord say to you, Thy fnlth "If I had one," continued Willis, exchnnges nnd conversions with the theo?' " Lot Jesus Chrlie) coming closer to her, "would yot minimum of inconvenience hnth saved and exnlono ho tho object of your fnlth and share It with me?" pense to both tho government and the It Mill be HufUclent, for It la wrltton, There was n sob and Miss Dean bond holders. Under these regulations "Believe on tho Lord Joans Ohrlit and clasped her thero will bo no exchanges of tempothou shnlt lit) saved." Turn to him ni wavered. Willis tonderly given waist, lie knew she assent rary for permanent bonds until March this woman did and ho will My to you In her shrinking way, had 15. 1020. ua to hur, "Thy fulth hnth saved tho New Year to Bring Out Candidate. "I have Just received a letter from go In pence," The first day of January next a near relative appristhe lawyer of will mark tho beginning of the ing roe of the fact that I have been Saored Light 6hlne Upon You. preliminaries that will eventuate In If you have committed Iniquity, you made his legatee," announced Willis. the election nt n president and vice must expect to suffer for vengeance "It Is a One present, Isn't It? But the president of the United States In No- with Ita sacred light ahlnea upon you. best gift Christmas can give me U ember, 1020. On that day presiden your own dear self I" tial ueplrnnts must make known their pos-mggood-hearte- TI'.XT lie anld unto the woman, thy fulth hnth saved thee, so In peace.. huke 7.64. and pathos. gentility and blighted hopes, aspirations and t art troubled Tribune. , If They 8lng "Ja.Da." There should be music In every homo except the one next door. Detroit In New York and Wisconsin. On April 0, New York nnd Wiscon- pre-pnr- is petition for the presidential candidate lefore April 1. In Ohio the presidential candidate, either In person or by authorized representative, must file a personnl declaration containing a pledge to support the party principles hs declared In the nntlonal plntfonn of his pnrty. The prlmnry In Maryland Is to be held on Mny 3. Presldentlnl cnndldntes nre required to file a personnl declaration not later than April 24. Delegntes to the nntlonal conven tion in Mnrylnnd nre selected at state conventions nnd under the law are Instructed to vote In the natlonnl con vention for the candidate of their party who carries the stato In the prlmnry. Mny 4 will witness prlmnries In Cali fornia nnd In Indiana. Primaries will be held In Pennsyl- vunln nnd Vermont on Mny 18. In the Keystone state petitions must be filed by the presldentlnl "nndldate not Inter than April 8. containing nt least 100 slgnntures from at lenst ten counties. On Mny 21 the presldentlnl preference nrlmnry Is to be held in Oregon. Can- dhlntes fcr U'A.Pres'dency mny file n n sin hold ptesldentlnl preference primaries. Delegates nre selected nt the prlmnry In New York, hut no preference Is Indicated on the prlmury In Wisconsin, however, nt lenst 1 per cent of the party electors In nt lenst six counties (not less thnn 1 per cent nor more than 10 per cent of the total vote In the slnte) must file petition for the presidential candidate not inter thnn .March C. The delegates nre chosen In the primary and candidates for delegate may file n stntement of principles or presidential choice. In not exceeding five words, which will be printed on the ballot. The Illinois prlmnry comes on April 1.1, nt which delegntes from congressional districts to the natlonnl convenDelegntes nt tion will be selected. large from the' entire stnte of Illinois nre to be named In n stnte convention held on May 10. The Inst day for petitions is Mnrch 3. Delegntes running In the district primaries must state their choice or declare "nn preference." Presidential candidates may for delegnte. dNnvnw n candidacy whereupon the candidate for delegate Is not certified. The Nebrnskn prlmnry will be held on April 20. At least 100 voters from each congression al district must sign n presidential candidate's petition not later than March 20. In Montnnn the presidential primary Is fixed for April 23. Three Come on One Day. Three prlmnries nre scheduled for April 27. In Mnssnchusetts, New Jersey nnd Ohio. In the Bny stnte ihere Is no direct vote for presidential candidates. The presidential preference of the cnndldntes for delegntes Is Indented on the prlmnry ballot. In New Jersey at least 1.000 voters must sign bul-lot. c News. "We might brighten this Congressional Ilecord n whole lot," said Sena tor Sorghum, reflectively. "How?" "By cutting out a lot of these speeches and putting In cloakroom gossip." High Price Paid for Beefsteak. . The highest price ever paid for beefsteak was probably at Circle City, Alaska, a town that sprang up over night during the Klondike gold excitement. The first beefsteak to reach there sold for $48 a pound. Every one wnnted some of It, nnd so they raffled It off for the benefit of a hospital. Tickets were sold from 50 cents to $2.50 for the privilege of drawing slice. The Flowing Tide. No one. however ,great his genius or high his position. Is to the world; its work will go on without htm. There mny be ripples nnd disturbances In the current for a time where he sinks out of sight, but the tide will soon be flowing on as before. This truth may be painful to personal vanity, but It Is comforting to every generous soul thnt enres more for others thnn for self. "French Leave." This expression arose in the early part of the eighteenth century, through certnln guests. In the snlons of France, not awnre of the higher nets of courtesy, leaving without saying good-bto the host or hostess. The practice sprend to society In this country. Therefore, If a man left without saying good-bto his host. It was said he took "French leave." y y Men of Probity. Good literature proceeds from men of natural probity, and since one ought rather to praise the Inception than the result, you should give greater praise to a man of probity unskilled In letters than one skilled In letters but devoid of probity. Leonardo da Vlncl (translated by Edward McCurdy). Spirit Meant for All. That spirit which suffices quiet hearts, which seems to come forth to such from every dry knoll of sere grass, from every pine stump, and stone on which the dull March sun shines, comes forth to the poor nnd hungry, nnd to such as are of simple tuste. Emerson. d Consider Probable End. It Is, toward the right conduct of life, to consider what will be the end of a thing, than what Is the beginning of It: for whnt promises fnlr nt first mny prove 111. nnd whnt seems nt first a disadvantage may prove very advantngeous. Wells. Better The Vapor Treatment FOR Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia Motheri who know the anguith of waiung helplessly through , r v houri for the physician who mav not arrive in lime arill hirH. ly fait to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy. it a certain preventive and specific for coldi, croup, influenza, grippe, pneumonia and other respiratory ailments, age-lon- g Vipo-inent- WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It is applied externally to the chest, throat and nostrils and ii quickly absorbed through the pores of the skin. I healing vapors rise and are inhaled directly to the infected membranes. A double-actioremedy, it is doubly certain to produce satisfactory results. It has this characteristic that distiaguiihei it from other solves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vipomenth TOD AV. It is an invaluable protection for an insignificant price. 30c 60c, and $1.20 Bottle at All Drug and General Stores. If your dealer cannot supply you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. Wilkaaboro, N. C n 1 1 ii Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. Page Eight TO CITIZEN December 4, 1019. married n few ilays lago. Tliolr and Mrs. T. J. Flanncry spont many friends wish them a long and Thanksgiving al tho homo of W. . prosperous life, this being tho third Johnson. Report ol (lie condition of The Jackson County Rank, doing bunci marriago for both parlies. John at the town of McKce, Countj of Jackson, State of Kentucky, at the cloie Dallon has sold his Drowning Crook POWELL COUNTY of business on the 17th day of November, 1919: Vaughn's Mill farm to Mr. Lutes for $1,600. Mrs. Vaughn's Mill, Dee. I. There was Amos Richardson Is very III nt this RESOURCES - Tb .m Mi. No coiwponJ'nt. puMl.hfrf nnl.. .Irrml In full h writing. in Red river Thursday and Gilbert was tho 395-3Loans and Discount n Mw. nf rood fnilh. Writ nUlnl. ! not for puWI(tlon. tall 9. nift (,t guest of Mrs. M. I,.Walton Saturday n tide nf last week Waller Curtis Friday Cole . I . . n. ... .n.l purchased a good milch cow trom Stocks, H'nds and other Securities 5. 839.01 and tVunday. W. M. Nlekcrson was $50.-Ll- oyd Todd All enjoyed tho singing at Mat i)llc rrm nan tt5.66t.76' among Panola friends Saturday and S. A. Enster ror ge'neral JACKSON COUNTY merchanLuther Robertson, who has opened up a 14,166.05 Sunday. l ord and others nl Livingston, Cash on hand Bond store, nl Spoilt Spring. jCounly 49 43 Is stnllnned nl Indianapolis, Ind., has dise Bond, Nov. 28. Wo arc again hav- - Sunday; tho singing was dono over Checks and other cash items , I j, 000.00 been home tho past two weeks on a Agent II. II. Harrison nnd SuperinThere Is the tnlcphoiic Mra. John Childress, Ranking House, Furniture and Fixtures Inc? a lot of heavy rains. furlough. He will return lo camp tendent or Schools Dudley Gaudell nnllo a lot of corn yet to be galhefed who has bemi suffering so long Willi . ..J 7. .... . . soon. I 01 A! J. E. Richardson ot this hnvo outlined n route throughout tho In ihi vicinity Tho Pigeon Roost consumption, was called lo that placo is closing nut his stock of rnnnly ror Mr. Feltnor, or London, League eternal home, Thursday. She was Community Improvement MAHIMTIKS . goods. He will soon move to Voglo employed by the Government to dism lid PrIHnv nt 2:00 n. m. at this laid lo rest in the family grave play his rami slereopllciin views at Sho leaves Captial Stock paid In, in cash..... $15, 00a 00 lo assist his son in tho dry good M Feltnor of Lon- - yard near her father. cMmni house. J. G. D. Reed has gono to dilTerent points. They will exhibit 0,000.00 business. ,y, don and V. R. Reynolds gave In- -, a husband and four small children Surplus Hind 5,211.60 Hamilton, 0., to work this winter. here next Friday, December nth. teresting talks, and Mr. Foltncr'a and many relatives and friends to. Undivided Profits, less expynscK and uxos paid $121,026.51 formerly of this For tho first llnlo In Its history Clay display of slereopticon slides were mourn her loss. Wo sympathize' Deports fubject to check; , Robert Pearson, Time Deposits . .. 40(o.co place but now of Illinois, Is back Cily Is enjoying, this season a Red-pa- lh enlovcd bv all. being both Interest- -' with them all in their sad hours 261.026.51 taking care of his corn crop. . Lyceum Course, of which Iho on different Hesl wishes lo all The Citizen Mrs. Ing and instructive Mary Cole and family of tills placo first number appeared, 81. Clalro phases of farming. Tho Leaguo has! r ader To Ml $187,349.11 visited Nolaiuf friends last Sunday. Sisters, on Monday night, November' , made quite n number of improve- -j Rockford Mrs. Florence Walton of near Ibis S lilt. Other numbers will follow nl mcnts and are In hopos of winning. llookforil, Nov. .10 Wilburn Gat- . .t.i. ej....ilnnol Sinn- - i.l Kentucky. Cotmtv ol l.ickjon. Sc. place is very low with cancer and Intervals, of which they ore,' namely: ' .".'.""w I'll". Sr. of this place Is looking af- -. na W'c, D. G. Collier, anil J. R Hays, President a'nd Cashier of the not expected to recover. liirli Werno Entertainer, The Co., , vision. mi. 111111 mu. . .1. ,U1 ''w above named bink, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to lleens nnd Harry Lombard. The last were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. " " b'",;" i"'"""' Droyfus " " u. ol our knowledge and 'belief. ., II. Davis, Saturday, nlgl.l.- -. Dreyfus, Doc. I. The pcoplo aro named will complete the program on . : 1: .. n r tinii'i, u irMiicui " ' ' " " c. i 17. J Davis, who has been sick so, busy gathering corn nnd stripping April intli. Mrs. Kirk, wife or T.J. J or J R. Hays. Cashier ; lone, is slowly improvinpr their tobacco, getting ready for tho Kirk, merchant on Clay Citv, NoOur moonshino flick1 virinily today. Thursday, K. Purkey is on the this life Mnrv or Mr. market. Tho little inrant Subscribed .ind sworn to before inc this 27th day of November, 1919 hlccn up several 2.11 h, trom the effects of lisl-are all very sorry to hear a,,t"or,i and Mrs. W. Chasteen is ycry sick vember "ly.-L-ee Ilul-- ! ''l1,0, s" "9 , Countv Court R. M. Ward, Clerk ")ack-oof the death of Levi Pennington,' with bronchitis. It is not expected iislbmn. She leaves a husband and h renlct the ,, Uy , who died at his home at Pittsburg, ' Hy John Fowler, D. C. to live. Moving seems lo bo tho three grown sons to survive, ro morning, from pneumonia. Ca"nM a whom we extend our deepest symSundav " go now. Mr. Howard Rose moved . in'soon. , A. P. , Oabbard of Sand Can, . DIM remains uric """" ' v.i. '"I ..1 ll.l. Ilf-- . Wnmlui. r.ll,. CLAY COUNTY yesterday into the liouso vacated by pathy. Tho recent birth in thlj nnn IIUI I" OilllUUilJ Sl'IIIIIg " llll ll .luinuuvi the home cemetery near hero fOr ' Douglas Young and adjoining vicinities aro: Mr. and Harrison Lunsrord Vino , r .. Norl nfler several days illness of brou- u.. nil and wrilinir insnranen. . Warm, rainy sold his rami to Farris Marcum and Mrs. Chns. V. Wright, a son; Mr. Vm.-Nov. su. Sho leaves a bus- foli Xce Mrs. Dan Scott, a son; Mr. and so rt hirD7onertv Mau- - John Lain for $(1,000. Mr. Young nnd "oil A. one son and two daughterH, weather still continues bndy come andand, gone Mrs. Clay Ctirlis, a girl. S. Grant ,,PIlr n now man- Farmers arc and a host of friends and relatives pin made a business trip to McKec family left for Indiana where they Baker had a sale of his personalty coal mlncr-- C C Clark has bought mourn her loss. Interment look Friday. Matt Morgan has gono to will make their home. Mrs. James Inst Saturday All to-jGreen Turtle Hotel nnd Is pre- - busy gathering corn mast. the and some or his Harris and children, or Louisville, "necn raisers around Hero aye hulk- - piaeo in iincasicr cemcicry on lliehmond with h lrove of cattle. paring to erect a new storo bouse. brought fair price, while Vernon, the little son of Mr. and stwit Thanksgiving day with Mr. Oscar Rader has been selected to ''ig down their tobacco. Some arot Wednesday afternoon. , wero on a drag. Mr. Bako? Miss Anna others Mrs. II. II. Rice, who has been sick, and Mrs. George Hurd. manager of slripping. Most nil crops show some fill tho vacancy ns head and family contemplato moving to h about well. Married, at the and Edith Robinson were shopping Akron. Ohio. A ten days' prolrarl-e- d Bond & Foley Mercantile Co.. caused damage on nrcount of rainy weather. OWSLEY COUNTY There was a bride's home, November 22, William in Berea, Tuesday. "'"nccn grauer eouio get George Penning- hy the absence of meeting is in progress at M. E. island Cty U "on nf Ma,lI,Ien lo Miss F.mmer large crowd present al church, "h'n'v of work around here as good ton. Margaret Taylor and children Church al Clay City, condurled by Isand City, Nov. 27. Circuit Court Mn rnni. Tho Rev Jobie Thanksgiving Day, at Iho Christian Mrs. Coyle ,.Js in session al nonncvillo tills week "nlconib of have gono to Bedford, Ind., to spend graders are scarce. Hie pastor, L. T. Allison. Tho coal Thero will be a plo Biip-p- er the winter with her sister. Henry sold her farm lo Ans Dullen for(Wjj, non. J. C. Evcrsole presiding. Al,,'n ""If'ai"'- - Isaae Pennington, church. In these parts Is very seri,,' ,,a" ,0,,l ,,is fnrI" ,0 cl,arIV al the school houso hero Satur- situation Tincher and wife visited relatives $3,000. She also sold all of her n is bcllnved that the violators of ous at present, as it cannot be obEvery ?l,100. day night, December Cth. household goods and farm products. u10 whisky laws, as it seems to be NVi"'1 ,,r ',a'i"0- - 0''i- at London, Saturday and Sunday. hardly nt all. We cave dwelMr. nnd Mrs. Rob- tained A. J. Castccl has erected a new barn. Everything sold high. Mrs. Coyl" 0n every side, will learn thai the -- Hubert Ponder of Macom spent the body invited. takor Berea spent last week lers can have lire, though, by The stork has recently visited the is going to Indiana to make her law is lo restrain men who violate past week with F. M . Pennipglon of ert Lamb ing to the woods with our axes. Mary Northern, who has it and teach them lo be good civil niin Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson with her father, Mr. Clifton Bengc. Our loral Sunlay-rhofollowing: Mr. and Mrs. Nath York, home. leaders are The oil men have been drilling a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parclt, Mr. and had a head trouble for several years, citizens. William Short, a well- - of n'P Sexton spnH Saturday night preparing a program lo be rendered relatives nt this place Aunt well on the Owen Lake farm. They Christmas. They will have a tree Mrs. Leonard Fox, Mr. and Mrs.; is worse again. She has tried sev- - known citizen, died Thursday, No- Cooper. vember 20. His body was taken to Hebeera PenniiiBton. who has spent have drilled a well that affords a in connection. The Fiscal Court has ,eral doctors without much relief. ' There was a very hard rain and the Hudson crave yard for burial, i'10 Pat three months with her son barrel a day. II is thought the nil appropriated funds to erect a wagon McKee , will be plentiful. McKec, Nov. 30. Tho mail was, wind storm hero Saturday ovening, Mr. Short died from an attack of a' Livingston, is at home again. bridge across Hardwieks Creek nl Coyle pneumimia following measles. He Johnnie Pennington is very poorly delayed soveral days this week on but no damage was done. Ibis point. Ldw. Pennington Is also very sick. Coyle. Dec. I. There was a account of high water. Willie leaves a wife and several children. Conway Larkin Pennington, who has been Thanksgiving entertainment nt tho Tohn Wilder of Ethel has pur- Ramsey of Bradshaw lias bought Conway. Dec. t. Prof. Smith of , KENTUCKY NEWS Milehelll Hignite's property and Richmond was in Conway on busi- - ehased a farm in Indiana for $7,500. very sick with measles, is better, school house, the 2flth, given by tho (Continued from page one) Lake and primary gmdes.-Ted- dy H. D. Peters of this place killed a He is in Hamilton. Ohio. The com ness last week will move to town soon. E C Wvnn of Benjl7r.!eth neiiiln:-lir.,-2- . Mrs Tiff Gosip visited Mr. and Mrs. Weed, ulio llil munity meeting wliicli was neln rea was visiting his mother, Mrs. nK i" otner naw weigning owj IlliTMtlTe poslllun III Klcie Lake, Sunday. Weff Burns Friday night was well attended and Mary Wynn, of this place, Saturday' pounds. Clif ton D., the litlln son N linme to siiul 'nli!nztim, I. MADISON COUNTY visited tils sister. Mrs. Georue Bis- the wlnvr tllli her pHri'iits Krillor enjoyed by all. Jesse Boggs of, and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry f Laura Chestnut, has malaria Kingston Itlmiii (Miley ami wife. this placo and Pearl Wilson from Bowman moved to their new home fever, but is getting along fine, with Kingston, Dec. t. Farmers are hop. Sunday and Sunday night entcr-Inin- ed last' near Snider last week. Mr. and Dr- - Hornsby's treatment. WHHsra. ,)USV trippinfr tobacco . Moores Creek were married Mr .and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Todd Suit us Hint hy Wullon Krnnkfnrl. a number of their friends nnd 'week. John Sparks and Mrs. Min- - Mrs. Andrew Caliban left hero for hm( "f Melamora, Ind., is hero on Mrs William Mainniis of Berea vis-n- io S. ItyuYs, Stale Iteveiiue Asiini, Jicuinc relatives with a nico dinner Thanksmarriage Ohio where Mr. Calihan has employ- - business at present-- G. J. Gentry or ,,0), h(l Welch were united in (Ia,lpl,(Pt Mrs I(thcr ('(iiiimls-hi- ii I he Tux lo ndler. hick Those present were: ' fuxi'rf fiom the Southwestern I'e-- , November 22nd at tho homo of the menl. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rice c'",sl!r. Pa., is here for a few days. aInion sundav. Mr. and Mrs. giving Day. Ray meets the wagon that Mon(y TnclSOn bride's father, Daniel Wilson. Rev and Wm. Rico made a business trip -'- Inn nf Hamilton, 0., arc Mr. and Mrs. George Todd, Mr. nnd tn.leimi Co, with hiire holding In Lets Dr. G. to Berea todayMr. Kidd and C. D. !'auIs Pnrfs for n'm "V"' helps wliero vjsinj. at , ,omp of nny Mnin. Mrs. Charlie Berryman, Miss Bessie county. Wm. Anderson officiating. npssary, up the I.anks.-- We arc nus T,(v wJ R0 fpnm lpr(, ,fl Daughlon, Lloyd Lane nnd Mr. and S. Hildretb, who has been doing Estridge aro invoicing goods where Murtln, Wllllitm Dr. ltlrlunoiiil. ",'y rjralntal Prospni, dental work in McKce for two Mr. Kidd will lako possession soon, "ly,1"? whor( llu,y wM, vii. Mrs. James Gentry- - All report n njail r cno,pr weather. j( Mp .Tapkson.s plisli'liui, mill fnruiur vrtemn of Mr. and Mrs. Horaco nice time. years, has quit his practice and -T- om Kidwell has brought the w,n' ,n'r",afio Mrs. riiaiivos. the C'oiifodcrnej. died heiv nl tlu gonn back to bis homo in Virginia, grist mill owned by Andrew Call- -. Earnestville Mary Hill spent Thanksgiving with Cox visited Mrs. Cox's uncle. Will Bur of Ml Me retired Drum active jirue- Garrett, near Lexington, a few days Nov. 2."5. A large her parents near Wallaeeton. Earnestville, Miss Lucille Collier, who is at- -, ban. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Dailey tlr n'Vcnil )eur usii lieiiiue nl iau-lscbrtbl at London, is visit-- 1 visited on Copper Creek at Will ' crowd attended Court at B'uii'ville cjciight. Mainous has gone lo Vincent, ago. ing home folks. She was accompa-- , Owens' Sunday. Fred Bailey made a today. Fanners are all busy gather- - Owsley County, for a visit with his Ilnrrod-liiir- s. hy A wire reeHvrd business trip to Ml. Vernon Salur- - ing corn nnd haulina eoal for win- - grandfather and other relatives. nied homo by Catherine Brown. Blue Lick Itedwltx, of IhN plmf. Mr. Bet Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Hornsby spent day. Thomas Owens, who has been! I'r use. -- Mrs. Matlie Gabbard and jrs. Ray Mainous spent Tlianksgiv-ThanksgiviBlue Lick, Nov. .'Ml. A most unUnit her non, Mr. Otto Itrd with relative-- , al in Illinois for the past year, has re- -' children, or Vincent, were tlm guests' np jn "Berea with her daughter, precedented and protracted season wltr, hud heeii hiidly hurt In full ' part Ayleen. who is in school there. Jim Hays and turned home, There will be preach- -' of Mrs. Willie Eve the latter Burning Springs. for stripping tobacco has made tlintimh mi elewilnr iiliiift at WlnMiw-SnteV. P. Avife or Goochland nv.ve.l lo town inir at Conway Saturday anil Sun-- 1 nfthe week. Mrs. Una Hall was llio jjrs. A. II. MeKinney, who has been available thousands of pounds of .guest or .Mrs. hlla Monro one nigm : jmv. with tuberculosis for some time. tho weed ready for market from last week. Ho will assist J. R. Hays dav bv the Rev. Enoch Blair. s last week. Mrs. Ella Moore i ery;,ip(, sair,ay aI Mu tlelil. The rrliiiliml prnm-dtaand Hugh Collier in tho hank, whiloj hurled ill Ibis section, nnd thousands of misy weaving c verii.is ior Mrs. itfclimonl cemetery. She leaves a dollars will soon flow into tliOj ii;:iliist the IM.wiiii (JlitsH Co, of R. M. Bradshaw takes a long needed GARRARD COUNTY Wilson of Green Hall Mr. and Mrs. (husband and lour children. They coffers of the tobacco growers, j ''lititliiiiiHitni, were ilNiills,ed In Cirrest. J. 0. Lehman rrom Berea cuit Court, while Hie cuiiipiiny uiim Bryantsville v. . nomas 01 i.evi were micsn ,mvo ,(,Pp,.sl SVmpathv. made a business trip to McKeo last Prices range from to cents to tilted iml for fiilllm; lo rvgtter ultli BryanLsville, Nov. 30. Mr. and or Mr. and Mr. C. A. Gabbard, Sat- Avepk. Panola Mr. Lehman is managing $1.00 per pound for good crops. Serivliiry of Sliile. , r The- - people of fhis section have tho the p.onin tw o i,n editor or The Citizen. Billie Farm- Mrs. Clay Sutton aro the proud unlay and Sunday. Mr. Slump, Hie Miss Methodist parents of a flno baby girl. minister, preached at Mrs. Eliza Elliott on the 25th, things world skinned on their annual labor New I lux en. loM'pli Howling I1111 er, traveling salesman trom Borea, night. Sunday hroiiglit good prices. A ma'ro sold roiitrjliiition. was in town a row days this week. Bettie Scolt has been quite ill for Ncedinore Saturday We raise the same heeii iiotllleil thnl It's Min, Ilitidotpli ' employed lu Ilnrtlev, a fow days bul is ablo to be out and Sunday . nighl. Cellbert Row- - fnt OC fiTnl ., . . . . u t,ii Mr. and Mrs. Ed Russell from Lon kwiii uioi Ilia nrxrn unlit tni v 7 r en ps year after year, store the samo lt.mlliiK. who Minerva Kindred is "roduuts, barter Hie same commo Inwii, whh KerlouMy Injured while put visiting Mr Russell's sister ' again miss Kiizanetn swopo spent ieu. woo mis oeen mmmhk hi wmu, I)cr i,nrrei don aro helt 011 i:iioiii rnirlne. An Saturday and Sunday with her cous- - called on Miss Ida Bowman. Sunday v m w"jilli chicken pox. Mrs. dities, consume the surplus, makini.- - tin; mid Mrs. Cclllo Hays were hroken. nrin In, Miss Christine Swopc, of Lan- - night. -J- ames Price is very ill with (;0l.,,m owell has improved some. every year a "year of Jubihu" caster, and attended the corn and lypnoui rever; aiso aiasicr loiny Murphy was a Tccent visitor However, we enioy a great many COUNTY ROCKCASTLE Coluiiilila. The Ailulr county grand Miss Maymo Bal- - Gabbard. There will bo an enter- - of T)og Kindred tobacco show. Jas Bcnge privileges of which other sections Jury adjourned after lielng In Cooksburg nt Newberry school on Hvor,)(t an, Davo' lard, who has a position as book- - lainment Cooksfmrg. Nov. 22. Miss Laura wcro visitors of are denied. We need "neither locks Ki'vcnNliiys, returning only sixteen In .. ,',., . to our doors or bars lo our win- dlctinents, the feucHt 111 number T ra 1. A. m. t. l.nn ..! n Inra nr keener at Washington. D. C has re- - Thanksgiving Day Moore's school cut "n Hatlie an overseas veteran, progressinK nicely-wi- th Floyd Curtis has is 'T lurned home. returned hy tiny uriind Jury In thin has returned I. .'I.... . '. ' . . Unvhnrf from nodnnv Rivonn hi Gabbard as teacher. There will be home. Hazel, tho beautiful daugh- dows."the We have not lost any sleep county for iiiuny jenrs. is coat strike. over .per acrc.!a entertainment on Christmas Eve. ter of II. 0. Bickneli or Locust wet with sweat" while Our "brow ac ranVe cutting cord cornel-R- ev J,m Ward o5 Mr. Swopo will move to MisslssippliKverybody I'rnnkforl. One of tln llrst illstlll-IliSre tne ml ocZaTlons Branch, and Dr. Raymond Snowdon, wood from the "forest primevnl" plnntM of this nullity to lie "'snnii - Mr and Mrs ""J1011' wi" pwneli at Moores Saturday. or Ravenna, motored to Irvine, on from which we derive our supply. at Creek Vvoi11i p...k, . ..i 11 oU,,lK-.lavnmrJu to new u.su will he the YV. A. h"!d a family reunion on Thanks- Thursday, November 20th, whero We have no sensational press alarm- Cullies Co. dlstlllury, wnlcli will hu and Sunday were regular church, being pros- -, they wero married, after which ists to create moral, social, or civil opcnited hy the I'ninkfort I rn In l'rod-lid- s nt Corinth. Rev. Nanoleon giving Day, about sixty Travelers Rest Co., Inuorporiileil here to iuiinu TravcIer8 itnst, Dec. 1. We bavo they ook Iho train for Louisville unrest. Wo have an abundant supParker preaohed. Mrs.C.L. Thomas, ent. A most onjoyab'u day was ncruori jooiiis, a.us iou hoen having plenty of rain or late, on their honeymoon. They havo ply or the four great essentials for fiictuiv suuiir, uiiilloe, hjriiis nnd Mr. and Mrs. McKinloy Ash, Mr. and sponi, of corn, rest, rresh other produi'ts anil Mrs. W. M. Alcorn wcro visitors at Ella Doolin and Mr. and Mrs. Willlo nn,i govprn uig tides. Palmer Scott now returned to Ravenna whero Iho long lifo and happiness sugar nnd MirKhuiu. tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Elio At- - Simpson wero in Lancaster Salur- - an(l famiIy lmvo 1)Con vj8itinK uler Doctor has a largo and lucrative air, proper rood, and contented ciipltiillited lit $l(MI,liK). The coiiipauy lit QiuUj ft number parCnts hero for tho past few days, practice. Tho younger folks or lens Sunday. Walter Stewart and, day shopping. minds. Thero was only ono disMartin or Big Hill were, rrom this riaco a'tended the cotn'j00 jacketl camo homo from oust Branch will greatly miss tho cordant note in our poem or ThanksIllikniiui. -- Sheep raising ImliiHtry In calling on C. L. Thomas and others nnd tobacco fair al Lancailer last norea lo Bpon,i Thanksgiv'ng. cliarm and companionship of this giving. Occasionally we hear of 11 this county Is ntvutl) on thu lucreusu. friends on Crooked Creok, Sunday.1 Friday Mrs. Charles Hcnnlngor Qowey Botncr, who has bsen In lovely young lady. Sho is an older violation or tho Federal laws. A Sheep cull lie m.'oii oil nliuost every Hamilton for some limo, camo homo sister of Mrs. Otis Arnclt, or Berea. very Inspiring and instructive ex- fiirm now hetweeii l(lckinnn und Fulton, Ky., 11 dlatunco of twenty miles to spend tho holidays Tiio pie All wisli them "bon voyago" on tho position ol tho Sunday-scho- ol lesson over thu Stuto I.luu rum). This Is ilutj ror November .10 wns given at Blue to the IiIkIi lirlccil cotton, the wool g supper at Travelers Rest school matrimonial sea. Panola, Nov. 30. Corn gathering Lick by Mr. Christopher nnd Misses houso Friday night was quilo a sue- su niiicli iniiru durable. ml In such coss D. S. Flanery went to Won- - anil tobacco slripping still has tho Southworth and Nicholson of Berea deiiiiiiid 11111I albu duu to tho high price mond Sunday to attend County day in tills section. Corn Jias been College. Miss Myrtle Johnson, who the fiiriuers uru setting for (i,0 ttavas. Court there Miss Elizabeth Hemp- - greatly damaged by so much wet is head nurse in the Robinson Hos Tho Thomas Oil Com-- pital, entertained Wm. Ballinger nt hill, Mesdames Emma Flanery and weatbor. C8. nisq F. P. McCol- - pony is drilling on tho O. D. Reed her father's pleasant "ountry home, JMI WHITE E. McCollum, Returns to its before-the-wa- r LOUItVHOI.KV. lum, attended church at Royal Oak property two miles cast of Panola Sunday Frances Sproule was made " BttlitWlUUUI high standard of quality Sunday. Elders J. W. Anderson and with good hopes of Btrlking oil. Thoy the happy recipient nt n cralo or tMOftmmt D. P. "Stark's Delicious" apples from hor Ubaral value palJ G. W. Scalo preached. Mr. James aro running day and night. ad luM Chllds Is making preparation to ro- - Walton wont to Lexington tho fore brother, John S"proule, a former stu FURS W. dent of Berea, who has largo or build his water mill dam which tho part of last week on business. I M, Reed and Mrs. LIlllqNeal wero chards In Washington stato. Mr. tide look away. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else JACKSON COUNTY BANK .rn. 1 ; ....,".' l.r ni' 1 "n, :!" "."i 1 .1 Wo .,,!.. ,...... l'"' tXeU to . fr ol ' ' ' - 11 j (, nari.jn,, - ) I Ver-tendi- ng nr ng 11 m. J r 1 ,. . I ... - k v 11 11 I 11 h-- : ."?r 11 - ,., K K , f ion-vert- s 11 No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour bo-In- 11 K. Once Tried Always Used