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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 11, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919121101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 11, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA (INCORPORATED) Cailor-tn-Chl- PUBLISHING CO. WM. G. FROST, J. O. LEHMAN. M.n.ilni Editor KnltrtH at tkt lnlnffin at llrrta, K nt wmm) tlaat VMl'mnUtr, vndrr Act of Marth. II7P. VWinW f.Vrry TrWrty it tm, AV Vol. XXI Devbtad to ttle Interesta of the Mjoionteiiii People JJEllKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER The citizen II, 1019. Is Power and the way lo keep up with modorn Knowlcdgo is to read a good Newspaper. Knowledge 1'ivn Wills Per Copy. Ono Dollar and I r Fifty CcnU per Year. No. 21. Liberty and Peace Amurica is a land of liberty. Sle has' also been the land of peace. Just now certain agitators from the OltV World are stirring things up, and in spots, at least threatening the peace of America. Martin L. Davey, Member o( Congress from the 14th District, has introduced what is known as "the Davey Sedition Bill" to punish such offenders, providing: "Whoever with the intent to levy war against the United States, or to cause the change, overthrow, or the destruction of the Government or any of the laws or authority thereof" shall be duly punished. This bill orsomething like it should be passed. America's laws and government fan be changed by due process of legislation, but we do not propose to have t HE CAPTURED THIS DOG IN BATTLE t BREAK WITH HO, World News Contrary to tho expectation, tho President did not mako any recommendation lo Congress In regard to tho Pcaco Treaty, except by Indirect and casual phrases. It is apparently his purposo lo allow tho matter to rest for tho present, with tho hope that publio opinion may finally como to tho aid of tho Treaty and compel a consideration. Tho Treaty Uias not been withdrawn, and It Is posslblo yet lo induce ac- DEMANDJNSENATE Plot Against the United States Government Is Charged. SAS CARRANZA CONSPIRATOR Senator Fall Deelarei Mexican Envoy Are Aiding the Reds Throughout the Nation Baker Is Aiked to Use the Army. tion. Since tho defeat of the ratification of the Treaty, England and Francp have been drawing closer together and an amendment ha3 been agreed to that makes tho signing of a treaty between the United Stales and Franco no longer necessary lo Iho treaty betweon England and France. That is a practical admission on tho part of thoso countries that nothing further Is expected from tho United Stales. sedition. Rules and Conduct at Berea Everybody who knows Berea knows that its students are not allowed to dance or use tobacco. What are the reasons? Berea does not hold that dancing is a sin. The bodily exercise is good; music is good; the visiting of young men and young women together is good. The three things together, however, often give rise to temptation. Sometimes these temptations may be guarded against The kind of dancing may be restricted, the hours limited, and the presence of older people may make the occasion, as a whole, innocent. Some city cjuirches even have accommodations for dancing. In the country, however, this is rarely the case. When promiscuous dancing of boys and girls is permitted it is almost certain that there will be lapses from virtue, and consetrouble and misery will follow with quences. Undoubtedly, Berea could manage dancing in a way to make it innocent, but our friends in the country churches through the mountains cannot. Theiefore, we propose to teach our young people plenty of other ways for having a good time. With tobacco the case is different. No doubt tobacco gives pleasure, but it is a sensual pleasure-belonginto the flesh and not to the spirit. Moreover, it is an enslaving pleasure so that one addicted to the weed is miserable if cut off from his indulgence; and finally the voice of science tells us without hesitation that tobacco stunts the development of any young person who uses it. The doctors arc divided as to the effects of the moderate use of tobacco on a mature man. Some say it will weaken him and shorten his life. Others are doubtful. But there is no doubt and no division of opinion as to the effect of tobacco on a man not yet fully matured. You can hardly pick up a newspaper without finding some warning against tobacco. In a recent journey from Chicago to Berea we clipped1 three such warnings out of the daily newspapers of Chicago and Cincinnati. The only way to stop tobacco is to stop it. KrlM-- r m l.onilnn iri,i..iiii I la-- Klghlh m ,rm Otitic ih Nihiniiti Slim-ru'Dieting which he enptur d In November lK!, 111 lt ttin, lit lltimel , muled ir fhN country fun's. Ui mill h's iii.ik.t hi.- ho j Kentucky News fit Frankfurt. whs (Ined nml costs fur hunting without Tom Chlsley license. Georgetown. Krvel Glnss sold Itli More nt Newtown to Wall n re Brother for Jl.ttlO. U. S. News Alt StorllttK. II. It. Prewltt took onth of Judge of this district before Circuit Clerk Blount. 11 Washington, Dec. 10. Expression by government ofllcials of satisfac-- 1 lion and relief at tho settlement of! thq nation-wid- o strike of bituminous coal miners were coupled tonight with warnings to tho American pcoplo that early relaxation of Uu drastic restrictions on tho consumption of coal must not bo expected. IJJI ,i Read "Berea's Winter Term" on page two before coming to Berea to enter school. MORROW INAUGURATED TO PUSH FIGHT ON TOBACCO GOVERNOR NEW YOniC Tho Prcsbylcrinn Church, with 2,250,000 communiEdwin P. Morrow and S. Thurston cants, lias Joined actively In tho Ballard took tho oath of ofllco as anti-tobacco Washington, Dec. 8. (Associated MUlwny. The Baptist church hsiii Press). A pcaco tlmo regular army extended cull to the Itev. P. C. of J 300,000 men and 18,000 officers of Uiulsvllle. I was decided on today by tho House Military Subcommittee, headed by Winchester. The gas supply wa shut 01T three hours while new pipe j Representative Anthony, Itopubll- IciinKansas, framing tho army re- -, line connections were ' imulo. '. f pclVnnizatlon bill. Tho' number of Pmnkfort. T. W. Campbell, (.exlug-ton- combat, troops was fixed at 250,000. applied for passports to Knghiud, where he goes as vice consul. Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 10. Tho j Kmlncnce. Sidney Stivers, 50, o; coal miners' strike is ended. With but ono dissenting volo tho' l'leasuroWlle, died while on n visit to general committee of tho United his brothers nt Cumpbellshurg. Mine Workers of America ia session Mnylleld. Nineteen cents wns top hero tliis afternoon Voted to accept! price foftklenf In the sale of 42 loads President Wilson's proposal for im- of dark ImcVo on the local market. mcjliato- - return to work pending Itlchmoiid. W. I. Brnatldus killed final settlement of their wage con- -) the wild ducks with one shot ns they Iroversy with operators by a comHew over his farm In close formation. mission lo bo appointed by him. ..- , ' Washington, Dec 4. Senator Fab (Ilep.) of New Mexico, offering In the senate a resolution approving the strong stand of the state department In the Jenkins case and providing for withdrawn! of recognition of the Carrnnzn government by the United States and n complete severance of nil relntlons, charged that a revolutionary propaganda had been carried on through the Mexican embassy In Washington, the olllces of Mexican consuls-genern- l In New York and San Fran The failure of Germany fo deliver cIsco and the consulates throughon over some merchant vessels, In ac the country, with the knowledge and under the Instigation of President Car cordance' with Iho term of thn armistice, has aroused much bitter ninzn. The Pall charge followed Immedi- foclinir In France. The Sunromo ately upon brief hut none the less Council has sent a sharp demand, Impassioned speech by Senator t which has been mot In rather a de(Dent.) of Arlzonn. Senator fiant manner. Additional forces of Ashurst said he would like to see the Allies nrc to bo sent to tho every American In Mexico protected, hut because of the attitude of the ad- rihino Valley, unless a more favorministration he would be glad to see able attitude is shown soon. Ger Americans protected from Mexlcnn many is faking advantage of tho ac- marauders even In the United non of the United Slates in every States. way possible Use Army to Protect Americans. Senator Ashurst also Introduced a II is reported that Viscount Grey. resolution, under the terms of which tho British Ambassador to tho Untthe secretary of wnr would be authorized to use the nation's military forces ied Slates, is about lo return to his to protect Americans oh the American homo country. Ho has not been side of tho border who are threatened able to accomplish much on ac by the nctlvltles of Mexican outlaws count of tho illness of President or other belligerent factions In the Wilson. Although it is givenout southern republic "I charge," said Senator Fall, "that that bis mission was expected to the Mexican embassy, tho consulate-gener- last but a few months, yet tho susIn New York and the consul-al- e picion cxisls that ho has not been, genernl 'n San Francisco have satisfied with his mission lo this been actively engaged In the distribu- country? and the outcomo of the tion of bolshevlst propaganda and that Peace Treaty must bavo been a matthN bns lien done with the knowledge ter of chagrin. .. Venustlanc 11 Ash-urs- and consent of Car-ranz- ; I Pmnkfort. W. O. AnnstrotiK sus tnlned n broken nrm from the kick ot an automobile which he wns crunklm: Itlchmoiid. Doc Huberts won nn old Tho fnct is assorted in a letter written by Hew Dr. Clias. Scan-logenera! socrelary of tho Hoard crusado. n, of Temperance and Moral Wclfaro or iho Presbyterian Church,' to tho editor of the Tobacco World. Tho letter, in part, says: "For years wo" have been making war on tho uso of tobacco and especially clgarels, and wo intend lo conlinuo to do so with increased vigor. No ono authorized to speak for this board has ovortakcn any nttiludo of compromise, evasion or silonco on this question. "Wo intend to press this batllo along all lines both al homo and abroad, becauso tho overwhelming testimony 6f scienco, law, morality, education, religion and oxporlcnco !. that tobacco in any form is filthy, harmful and expensive" CONTENTS PAGE 1. Editorials; Governor Mor row's Inauguration; ICy, U. S. 2. World Nows. PAGE College Nows; Berea's Wintor Term; New Coursos for Boys; General Nows. PAGE 3. Serial Story ; Gcnoral Governor and Llcutonant-Govern- or of Kentucky at Frankfort on Wednesday afternoon at 1:51. Tho ceremony look placo in tho open in tho prcsonco of thousands of citizens of the Slato. Great crowds hod como from all over tho Stale. Tho oath. was delivered by Judgo John D. Carroll, Chlof Juslico of tho Ken-t- m ky Court of Appeals. In n brief addross Governor Morrow rcnowed tho pledges ho had mado during his campaign. Ho was Black, followed by tho who spoko at a greater length, ro- -j viewing tho legislation of his admin-- 1 islration ond denying tho responsibility for many of tho orrors that had boon made. Tho following significant statement Is taken from Governor Morrow's address: "It 18 tho duly of tho Chiof Executive lo enforco without fear or favor and to maintain at all times tho unchallenged supremacy of law and to assist in tho passago of now laws to moot tho of a progrosslvo Commonwealth. Law is tho foundation slono tho living rock upon whioh rests tho pillars of tho Commonwealth it Is tho shield and sword of tho pcoplo, tho sentinel at ovory homo, tho watchman of overy flro-sid- o. It Is, at last, tho final guarantee of 'llfo, liberty and tho purover-growi- ng do-ma- tiddlers' contest In which ten venerable musicians participated nt Klrksvllle. Covington. Highwaymen who sludged John Harris, chaii(Tur, failed to get his money, which he carried In his shoe. Covington. The Incoming board at commissioners will net on tho of annexing Pt. Mitchell to Covington. of pro-pos- al Mnvsville. rltlcally belleed n rabbit. Mrs. Mnry Gnlleustetn Is from ptomaine poisoning it was learned hero today. to have resulted from eating Moxico has mado no roply to III protection afforded thoso proper- "very delicate." ties by tho authorities have been sent lo Mexico within recent months, ABUSED YANK Kxplalnlng his resolution. Senator Pall declared It was based on evidence which would "astound the world" when produced. Senator Pall's resolution follows: "Ilesolved by the senate, the house of representatives concurring: That the action taken by the department of state In reference to the pending controversy between this government nnd the government of Mexico should be approved ; aud further, that the president of the United .States be. and he withdraw from .T.Aln..n. .nnn rrnnl nlll fn.ntf.llf I Is hereby requested to the recognition Venustlano Cnrranzn 10 the 'four thousand locals of tho heretofore accorded him by the UnitUnion by International ofllcprs of ed States as president of the republic tho mino workers instructing tho of Mexico, and to sever all diplomatmen to return to work immediately. ic relations now existing between this governFull instructions with regard to tho government nnd the pretended ment of Cnrrnnaa." agreement will bo sent out tomor. Free Hand Given row morning. 4. The solution Mexico City, Dec of dlfllcultles arising out of InternaWashington, Dec. 10. Threo notes tional nfTalrs with the United States protesting against interference by were Intrusted to President Carrnnza Intrusion by the tho Carrapza government with tho without legislative session here, non secret operation of American oil proper- senate at tations with tho United States were ties in Mexico and against tho lack declnred during the session as being Carj-anza- Tho release of f ho American Consul in Puebla, Mexico, has rcelieved Iho trained situation with that pounlry for a Unto at least. It Is not dlear, however, that tho fear of war is past, since tho release does not seem lo bo complete, and there aro many things ycl to bo looked into. It is interesting fo nolo that prayers have been said in most of tho Catholic churches of Mexico, that war may not come with tho Uniled Slates. Tho English prime minister, Lloyd George, in a recent address lo a Reform Club, urged a delay of party divisions in his own country, and in support of his position set forth tho disastrous affect that it had brought in tho United Slates. He Is right in his position, and tho most important problems of tho world today demand tho best and most united minds of all parties. IN MEXICO Mt. Sterling. A. I. Tipton fell from his porch, on which repairs wer being made, and broke his leg aboe the knee. I,ocal physicians hjive Mhldleshoro under advisement a new schedule of, fees rnmmcnstfrate with the high cest of living. Keefe, Nicholas Ille. Joseph of Wllmore, has announced his uindlilacj for sherllT, the election to he held next November. Danville. Mls Itachael Cook and Charles Zimmerman were married here, Judge O. W. Coulter performing the ceremony. y Newport. Dr. O. N. Ilergmeyer, a f of them. ' Production of oil in Moxico practically has ceased as tho result of decrees promulgated by President Carranza aDd flio general altitude of tho Mexican government toward foreign oil companies, Chairman Payne, of tho Shipping Board, was told today by a delegation of American oil men headed by F. n. Kollog, of Now York. any W. M. Milton, Former Service Man, In Hospital After Attack by Car. ranza Policeman. lieutenant In tho war, died In Speer's Hospital following an operation for appendicitis. Georgetown. Thomas K Shun a broken rib when throwu out of ti buckhourd In making i( sudden turn ut his farm. suf-cre- d Nows. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. PAGE suit Borca Locals. Publlo of happiness."' Sohool Locals; Short Artlolos. 6. Notes; plant at Con- Agriculturo; Homo Publio Wolfaro ference PAGE 7. Sunday-scho- ol Lesson. PAGE 8. East Kentucky News. . approximately $",lHi.t Nltro (W. Va.) Plant Sold. of the explosives Nltro, W. Vu., tr. the Charleston (W. Va.) Industrial rorportitloii fijr .Si lO I, OOO as uni minced by tho War Department Of the recently submitted Infoi nml bids for the plant and other facilities owned by the depart ment nt Nltro. that of tho Charleston corporation was the hlglmst. The plant and town cost the Cioverumeut Washington.---Sale Nlchnlasvllle. The fiscal court bouglU the Barney Kernon place ot CO ucres for $10,000 and will use It u: n pauper farm. Pranklln. The Partners' tlvo Union has leaded the two local tobacco warehouses uud will operate them during the season. (CMttM4 01 M( ElflM) Calexlco, Cnl.. Dec C W. M. Mil ton. n former service man, Is In nn nrroy camp hospital here, receiving treatment for wounds sunereu, tie said, nt the hands of a Mexican policeman In Mcxlcnll, Lower California, across tho International boundary lino from here. Milton was brought to this side of the border, after being detained since Nov. 8 virtually without medical Milton said he wns arrested NEWBERRY AIDS IN COURT In Mexico on a charge of being hut broke away from his captor and ran toward the American Men Indicted on Charges of Conspiracy side of the line. The policeman purto Elect Senator Illegally Appear sued him, he sntd, beat and kicked him at Grand Rapids, Mich. Ihto Insensibility and left him lying Ornnd Ilaplds, Dec. 0. When the In tho street for several hours. Mexlcnn authorities announced they wero of federal four opened ninety-fou- r Investigating It, meanwhile holding the men Indicted on charges of conspiring to elect United States Senator nccused policeman In Jail. Truman II. Newberry Illegally had appeared for arraignment. Of the re- Foreigners Held In Black Hand Plot. twenty have acceptmaining forty-onNewurk, O. Police broke up an aled service of warrants through their leged uttempt at black-hanrobbery attorneys and are not scheduled to hero when they closed In on four forappear until next Monday. This list would-bvictim, Valer-lu- o Includes Senntor Newberry and his eigners and the l'utusisto, In a lonely part of the Among campaign leaders. principal city, and arrested them, l'atussto says those here for arraignment were being made the victim of black-han- d George 8. I.ndd of Sturbrldge. Mass., he was methods to obtain $S0 from him. former mnster of the Massachusetts The prisoners ure Prank Murrunettl, itnte grange' Mr. Ladd was recently Nick Hellusoo, Joe Cupelcuu aud Joe called before the graud Jury Investiwhom wero armed hear-ll- y all gating tho Newberry campaign, whllo Lotellu, stllliof uud lib revolvers. They toi here attending the convention of the wero held for trial. national grange. the-YX- It is rather a comforting thing to know that tho great Krupp Gun, Works aro now busy with the productions of tho agents of peace. During tho week they turned out the first locomotive, and il was attached to a train of cars which was also produced by the same factory. Wlfbn munition plants begin lo make locomotives and distillery plants begin (0 mako butter or canned fruits, wo may feel thai tho world Is improving. Contracting firms of tho Untied Slales have recently undertaken groat projects in Italy. They aro to utilize tho mountain streams Uiat Tow down from tho Alps for the purposo of producing electricity lo 1 tin tho Italian railroads and lighting Iho Ilalian cities. What American engineering skill and capital can do there thoy can do in other places of Europe also. It is reported that somo kind of n settlement of tho vexcAl Flume matter is about to bo mado. Just what it is tho reports do not mako known, hut it has recoived tho assent of England and France, and is being considered by Italy. It Includes tho withdrawal of D'Annunzio's troops from Iho eastern sldo of tho Adrialio and putting Italian troops in their place. of Koroa. Tl nv U harboring political Mowry for tf li f nil II llllill It nit IIU14 Tho Supremo Court Mm tnalr nf tUOA 14 oa Pig I fc pvlnr? J '0 Eight) Page Two THE CITIZEN December MELVIN 11, 1010. College Department I Normal Department Berea's Winter Term obey our rules about going to shows 11 A. TRAYLOR i nnd Mrs. uuMinuniilW 111 U nioi.i nwnniimr m 1010 "lJk take additional Ilaino were waiting to wclcomo, Tho Unon and Excelsior Socio- - 'V11. nn(I "nn.0 was buill, and ,IM vayct them. Tho bon-flof sludonls for tho Winter Term, V(,ry e0Sn Rarm. 11 wl11 1,0 vcry disappointing for aflcr an exchange of greetings on mflkpl linn ,, Monday afternoon. siuuunis 10 como Ihri part of every one, nil gathered' Mueh enthusiasm was shown on " ,iir& """""er ,tho Arc and thcro songs Lm. .1,1,- .Kxrelslor won 28 noinU ,0 I,croa nftcr Christmas and not be wcro sung, stories wcro told, and(i,( inm 07. ,s il was so close, ablo to gain entrance. You must speeches wcro mado. L. Hays mey intend lo play another game know that it is not our will that sludonls nro turned away. Dcrea Is preached his famous uaptist scr - ,,PXt Monda, mons, which seemed real lo his Howersox and Miss Parker fop 1,10 wllo'o mountain region, and Miss licarors and which brought applause peroncd a number of boys and n.iargo part or wo region is awaken- rrom all sides, wncn tno program gr9 on a Walklng party last Friday In 10 1,10 &Icai opporiuniuos wo was llnished, all set themselves to nsiit nround the Little Horn. A offer for an education; that Is why tho (ask of roasting welners and sys(om of roiallon was used-t- hat Is, wo cannt accommodato all who toasting marshmallows. It was fast a ,,oy wnIkcd wilh ono girI nvo want to come. I However, I will say that wo havo npproaching ten o'clock, but beforo mlnules and Ihen chanced. a few rooms for certain students, goodplghls wcro said, every ono sang 0 will liavo room for about fifty the Horea S'ong, which wns commen and twenty-fiv- e women In tho posed by Dr. Raino himself. Tho Vocational Schools twenty-fiv- e Normal Department; parly again resumed its walk, this lime in the direction of Ladies Hall, and iweuiy women in mo vo- a pt.faravt sitnpniqp . . rational rfnr -Airrleiillurn nml Tin- where they arrived happy but .tired A most de Uglitrul surpr too intho mM,jc from their long walk. naiuro or a iour course uinncr, was l 1. crowucuj a row stu- """"1 18 given on Monday evening in Room "W Saturday night, December c' P1 31. Industrial Duildlng to tho wo- -l r' lasl y,'nr for ,wfro Kpsilon Pi entertained Utile Dulco men of tho Vocational Faculty by!1, I0"n,'alion ncparlmcnl; tho m In their society room iniuma i.umj nu t.iuj "0 PFullnn. WIlHnmqnn Nfnllon. can accommodate. gram of the evening was devoted lo nnwnn ptmnn ' r Mm, ,, " Any student belonging to tho list iho Art of the Renaissance, , and PI wn M m' tlwe who can bo accommodated was rproud of tho way in which her 1 , 11,1 .. , ,, uiiuiuu; iiui.li ,..!.. i,ww,.. wiuuia niia .11 ' i..t....u reiirusoiiicu iiw . Wcck, was the guest of honor. Tho , ' " 01-."hT pers which wcro ruaa suowuu uw iy hirthdny cake, wilh its ilium- - " :'" much lime and study had been ao - 'inalion of tiny candles, formed the "co bcforc 1,0 leavcs home Wo aro filling our vacant places every day voted to them. Several musical Wfl lcr ,cco Tho numbers were rendered very well. wero charming hos(cssC3( aml lho nd tho longer you wait tho less likely you will bo to got a room. Tho program, being finished, re- ., nn(, rnnnin,i Hie. Ueci'lUutr 1. . . . An . frnchmrtnla worn nrvnd Tim nvnn. In theso times when school pnmo credit, not only lo tho Homo Sclcnco lH5IUr C l.VAf ULIU3 C'sl.ll IU1 Congress Falls to Act to renew the friendship Dpparlmenl j)ut precious In Berca itt 11lig Hill?. vpry gma increase ing served is a also lo tll0 young and beds aro s0 nlihoush renie.il ,,, prlcp an(I is far bc. c must pick our sludenls very 0VPr " hu" between tho two societies, and to women themselves. 1P " closely. We cannot afford lo ro- - )ovv renew the determination to bring all ," ceivo idlers an,, students With bad literary work up to tho highest standard through hard work, friendSchool ",vlv Ulv luu "'""y No one will object to the prJco in 'ur m the enforcement of the pro-ship, and rivalry. u.j uiuiiuiu.13 juuiik jioopio iiup- - viow of u,p gpPa(, henefits received, vixiom. of the Lever control net by l.ro.ecutlng nil ln,,m,ce of M f Mrs. Kirk, a teacher In Founda- - King to com?. You know yourself. rcmcmbpr, Do nol no.r for ,ljH,, belter than wo know you (unless r unron.onnhle , , , Dr. Hulchins preached last Sun- - tion, has been called homp on r "' wo have had dealings with you he- - m . night to the Collego students Pnnnt or her mother's Illness, t "U .n of the .UCnr ".J1'" ,"CrP fore) and you know whether or not in Upper Chapel on tho reasons for 7r" ,n- 'L nke you can obey cur regulation, and Cl L "k not becoming a Christian, uisj The Douglas-Edward- s. Grant and tima wllh .f,00 'wncst w,nU,p ,orm b ing Dccembcr 3l,'-'-i- r IoIk was listened to with great in- - Lpo and Franklin literary societies."11 In tho future or control lt ' admitted to Berea nnj sluiIpn(g terest. A quartet of men' voices met in their regular joint meeting. irr s(arl from trbutlon. -..very ,.e xyl.l he treated on If u. w..u. um loaacco , , stng '"Rock of Ages." Tho servloo Satunlay, December 0 (0 b . '..mi, merits, nnd nil cnnes where the don't come as we will not ndmn ,,,, was very impressive. splendid program was rendered, I lltrlct nitorney has evidence Indlcnt' you; If you cannot slay in your ns follows a .ui-irminsuiiiis iinu a nappy :nc nn unrair pront or withholding of room during study hours at night Song by societies. -- usnr CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR from the normal channels of as wo rcquiro don't como for wo Nrv Year! Pravor by a teacher. or any discrimination In Berea has always been known as E. Vaughn, Secretary. Marshall will not admit you; if you cannot price to the manufacturer or to the a center of religious activity, j Address by Mr. Arthur Hrock. How to Win, by Stella Morris. h.hbor supplying the domestic There aro sevoral organizations will be proceeded nenlnxt under Uncle Josh, by Ray Crosby. which, though working along difthe Lever act." Monologue, by Anna Wolfe. ferent lines, aro devoted to tho up- Prices May Rise Sky High. Story of My Seven Brothers, by Sign Painting, Painting and Paper Hanging Added to Duiiaing or ino cause or unnsi. Determination of the department of nohorl TankPrslPy. Ono of these is tho Young Peoples ' , :ntlw to abandon It" program wns Voca'ional Curriculum! Drunkard's Dream, by Miss Lu- Society of Christian Endeavor. Tho 4fllll tn frtl'n full li.nu'nv I.A It. nplfp Morris. For tho first time in many yean nBIir pr,re. Wnllc ftHlernI nKcnts It ha been the policy of Berca Christian Endeavor Society at BeTho Piggs, by Pebble Coleman. Co'lcge from the beginning to add wo have an expert instructor In III continue to wnteh cloely for profrea has had for many years, and Sonp by socletips. courses ot study rrom time to timo painting and papering, Mr. E. H. iteering olllclnW said prmecutlonA nec-still has, tho record for being tho News of the Week, by Miss Eriri as the needs of communities becamo Ooudcy, formerly of Boston. Mr "flrlly would he limited to punish largest In the world. Our Society wiiose transactions impefativct. After tho Vocational Ooudcy is not on'y a good, practical m,'"t of , has dono a great work In the past. ,,iwrinsV Play Cnurbliip of Miles Stan- - Department was established tor ag-- painter, but is also acquainted wilh "r" ' the United states, as the Wo are making, and expect lo con- -' I WcU riculturp, carpentry, and homo sci- - tho science of mixing paints, slain tinuo to make, this year one of the ,,,SA,' ; MhTIIriw the program, rerreshments'ncPi ,'r guch courses as printing. ing, harmonizing colors, etc. Paint- -' host. . . t .. t.ri evcrynony l. I . Ill.t .1 I I ln u nn .1 uuue, uuu !n ' wmcf The meeting lasl Sunday was led1 iMauKsiiiiiiuiiff, uriuKiuyiiib, Buruuii- -, i"b is n li suuu !..). n 8Poinni1 lo pnJn'- ing, nursing, and commerce were makes a splendid combination with BAKER AMAZED OVER PANAMA by Lambert Johnson and Miss Sil- vers. Tho topic was. "Truths That " , - paper Hanging, wo nope 10 nave a r in the mountains, witM J.sus rausht" The mating was InmlPnl of SVbools in Publlc Ree tlon ln an especially good ono. President this being for the purpose of taking tion ol machinery, the building of His Honor Expresses Admiration framo houses in place of log ones, classes this winter. The following Frost gave a talk which was very tno schools out or politics. Third TIip election nf all pounly has brought a great need for paint Is tho catalog or tho painting and interesting I'nnninn. Dec) 0. Delight with the Next Sunday the meeting will bo 'board of education from the county ing and paper hanging. paper hanging course: enmplete equipment nnd smooth op?r-nito-n led by Miss Nell Baily and Mrs. at larce instead of by districts. of the I'niinrna cnnal wns ex. Sign Painting Coiling, ipucing, blocking of letters, and A Vesting in tho county boards Benton Fielder. Tho lopic will bo: pressed by Secretary linker In an d unit Winter term, fur bourn a week. "How to Use the Bible." Each of education tho power lo select nt n public reception In his honor Me sold he brought the thanks of member is urged to bring a hand- county school superintendents, thus vb. Carriage Painting Painting of carriages, aulomoblle, and farm the administration nnd the American kerchief to bo sent, as a Christmas doing away with the political elecgift, lo the prisoners in the differ- tive method. I. Coating up. Inclining cleaning, randoanerlnc. and leadlnir. Colorlnir. in. people for the service rendered by employees In the cnnnl zone nnd for the ent prisons in Kentucky. Every ono B Vesting In the county boards eluding the mixing of color Mirl they played In the war. "It Is Striping, gilding and tarnishing. is invited to come and attend our of education and thoir appointee, Impossible." he said, "tn express unit. the county superintendent, tho auWinter and spring term, fie hours n week. wonder nnd admiration which one the meetings. exthority to employ and dismiss periences on seeing tho I'nnnmn connl vc. Paper Hanging Cutting, trimming, pasting and butting. school teachers. unit. Winter term, five hours a week. for the first time." lie assured th' IMPROVEMENT IN KENTUCKY nudlence that as a result of the win C Vesting in these county boards SCHOOLS vd. Painting and Graining DilTerent kinds of wood as maple, oak, ash' Hie freedom enjoyed by American-woul- d the tower to fix the county school1 mahogany, and polishing of furniture. A meeting of tho ncwiy-electbe made possible for all the peotax. j unit. Stato Superintendent of Schools Winter term, live hours a week. ple of the earth. Fourth Making Iho State Super-- ! with legislative committee or tho intendent hereafter responsible for, Kentucky Educational Association, the examination BURNED TO DEATH IN WRECK of all applications TWO WAYS TO STOP LYNCHINGS search, and a burning nftorward. and tho 120 County Superintendents, for teachers' certificates, and re-- 1 "10.ther was with her child's Louisville, Ky. During a rccenl Three Persons Lose Lives When was held in Louisville last Thurs moving this power r from tho coun-- ! discussion of mob violence a Ken- - '"i,,y w,u" 1,10 Xegro entered the Bus Jumps Raila Near day. room an(1 prayed for her prolecticn; ties. lut.y Presbyleriaif preacher gave Muscatine, la. What Is considered by many the Fifth Giving the Stato Supcrin- - Ui0 following racts, which ho 'l0 ,iat hidden 'n ''or houso when most important development In tho lendont authority .Muscatine, In., Dec, 0. Three per- in passing upon' vouched for as comim- - within his mo" lefe'an 1 con- history of public education In Ken il. . hp " She look him to tho attic, and miiik were burned to denth, eleven were mo 01 new scnooi uuiimng, personal experience within th' last lucky camo when It was on to then went out lo her neighbors and Injured and two are unaccounted for seeiirn slnmlnnllrnllnn U III- LIU UU VL'UIQ. nounced that unanimous agreement sought thorn to keep their n me wtcck or n motor tm. which Sixth To mako the minimum Tho first caso was of a woimn a 80 had been reached between tho mom county levy for lood l,iat ,romlscd . schools 50 cents in-- 1 member of his church, assaulted and 'n"d3 .utl Im" hers of the legislative committee of stead of 30 cents; 2u,h 0 the nfinlmum n.unlered by a Negro one Saturday hep to let tho law take Us course jSffV tho Kentucky Educational Associa- salary for a county 1,10 Ne&ro "Pi anJ superintendent evening. Tho criminal was caught sho tIien Muscatine. The bus wns utted for ue tion and the 120 county school sup- 31.600, and the minimum salary tor ''C 'ik tl' other, was dealt with nillwnv tnuka. erintendents In this Stato for a an emergency teacher $125 instead and spirited off lo a nnitrhhnrintr by tho law. county's Jail: but nronaratlnns worn Kohool reform program to bo preof 250. rat,i nn ltin tan -- ni, ,1 "It gavo mo," said tho man who 0I, foot r0P Sow Less Wheat In Kansas. sented on tho first day of tho com Seventh To amend the Stato con- - lynching Sundav nk-h-l Topokn. Kifn.. Dec. 0. A decreaso of in the tol'I H'o story, "a new conception of ing session of tho Kentucky Legissutution so that the Stale Board or town whero tho horror occnrrnJ t'10 I)0Wer or Christ over lho human more tlmn 'J,roo,ooo acres In the nren lature. sown to winter wheat In Kansas over Education may hereafter apportion; tho mlnlstors. including the wo- - heart." Below will bo found all of tho Imthe record of 11,010,415 acres nown for u.'o scnooi innu uorivcu ny tno siaio' man's pastor, conferred. nil They portant mat'era at last agreed upon tho crop of 1010 Ih shown In tho re taxation according to tho character ' preached that morning on thoChris-ot and supported by the solid strength port IksuimI by the stnto bonrd of agri tho work dono and the necessities tian's duty lo uphold tho law and Sought Trees for Protection. culture. The total iicreage this fall Is ' of Kentucky educators and friends or tho county. This is considered,! after the services they wont to work s s given as 8.0.11,8:11. which In i!3 per cent are found among of education. wild tho changes In tho .manner of among their men members. Thnso In various parts of the world. Ac- less than tho 1010 record. First A survey of tho schools or selecting tho Slate Superintendent; rallied to them In such fashion lliat cording to tho scientists the first habiKentucky to bo conducted by experts tations of mankind were In the trees uuu uiu county suponnicnucnis, ino tho mob died Find Fargo, N. D Banker Guilty. Tho Nc as tho most adrquato protection at n cost or ?10,000. cornerstone of tho new system. Fargo, N. D., Dec. a The 'Jury In gro was triod and legally executed. against Second The submission of a the many enemies of the early tho enso of II. J. Ilagen, president of In tho second caso tho victim was type nf man. It was only In the later amendment to tho people, llin Kiaritltmi rln n. A liii.rlifi n fi,it n "Bio Stick' That Producea. a child whoso widowed mother em- period of man's evolution that he was whereby lho Stato Superintendent ch A live road club In a community is wh hV, ployed lho Negro on her farm. strong enough to hold his own on the Btateimhu lo ,,10 Htate bank of Instruction may bo made an tbe "big stick" that produces good examiner. Hundreds gathered to plan lho KT0Uti,i- returned a verdict of guilty. officer, as Is the Superln- - roads. BcreTt College lias reached n point Last Wednesday, December 3rd, Normal Literary Societies " '.number of ho College students and Winter 1 "r PPcclivo studonU. tho College Faculty members walked nl lIlc,P meeting Saturday night, Never in tho history of tho Inslllu- out to Dr. Ilalno's homo, and there December 7, 1010. xnlnhrnlnil tlm fnnl.hnll ViClorlCS Tll..,l, iv.n niinn In 11m mom. tion has tho Fnll Term enrolment ' r ,n n, vwmi.i ...niniin. foe. been ns great as this fall. Wo have h iim cUran Donnrlmenl ttila i wnn fall. Tho party started from Ladies !n,0' j0int mooting of the I'hiloma- - "vo hundred moro students In Berca Hall nl 0:30 o'clock. When tho tlt.a iwinnn im thP Union Literary Socio - '""" HiaIk1 .. ... Tiiev Cnmo in such In run numheM r..i.. i.... ui it.. i. . . " UCS, WHICH IS lO DO KIVCI1 oaiur- '" iiifiiiuura .r uiu iiuiiy iravu r r",, Mia ilnnniil Mini msid cIi', 00 CDNTRO L S 6 .3. Trm" ( - rinsl (nation, both ro Dr. , I 1 I , .... ' v' '"T mh you. things wo prohibit,1 ABANDONED BY now I will mention somo of tho many things which wo provldo for you Comfortable rooms to vo n,' AMemDlS to Govern Traffic Dis- stiisinnuni nonni at, mo am ng continued by Government. rtxiiiH. pxrnllenl lennhnra In In. i ...... n I .. I ... .til. Sit ill JUU IIIUI LUIITUISU Willi J UU valuable religious and literary so- DIAMF TLftUCU nN rnrjr,RFt: cictles to elevnto you and develop you, thrilling ball games to amuso you ami exercise you, spicnuni Attorney General Palmer Declares lures t0 cnlcrtnin you nnd broaden Legislative Department Failed to moving plcluro shows to cdu- jou, Extend Life to Sugar Equatl-iatlo- n cato you nnd llcklo you, music. Board, ai Requested. both singing and instrumental, and wholesome socinl llfo 16 make n Washington, Dec. 5. Abandonment man or a woman 01 you. Now with to control Kou'inmentui Knr hip anovo intormauon in your pos- '" ,,"ui,' ' Attorney General I'nlm. session mako your decision nnd If you aro admitted I assuro you U10 . "Af support and pnMcctlon or Derca , ,,Ih,oIvo,i a" ll'o K,.v"rn' College will bo back of you until mem will r.mti,,.. h. 1.. ,,rn. you nro graduated and ready to cutlon of protiiverliig in suunr. Mr. lako your placo in Iho world s "Iiiht miIii. Abandon Importation Plans. work shop. l,ltl ot n 9 important for you lo know T'''" wu" N,I(I ,0 ,,u'u" " ",r K'"K ' nin, niivnnnn in dm nrlPA iiitn ,. "UBiir from Culnu nnd otlur ., .... .... . i ' Appnr.nily li.t.u Ue can e j"- oi """"h,,, "norea l1l0 nsl llm0 noom inuue Mr hip now uiunoriiy conrprrwi vvor() Vahllvr hy lt. pri.M,pnt. who rt,l nml incidental fees aro tho Wfcnnted him un food ndmli.lstrntor. "A confi-nnchas boon hold he- sani0 an() ,lavo nol ctiancI tot "i.nwiHiiuvcn or Hie Hlipir many Years, but as it is ImpossiblO f(T ,0 conlro, ,,in prlco of fow, "'"V,M,.0'.. . "Wf1" ,p ,mcm. w" . ar0 compelled tn cbar.ro mora . " " rcvu'wl'"' Mr i.n!,r.i fl. nr,i nnvmnni. for ..... iiiiiii-nuitl. nnrt is for K'rI ?2a-2K'l'..rtm.-n- t hM neither tho s K, ,Ilie necemher 31st. Tho second l.-- nor the fncllltlcs with which ""irol the purchase or dlMrlhutli.11 Payment for boys $10.50. for girls gorcrnmenini imhiv mMf h dp February 4, 1920. Tho "f "'.cnr. The only Ih thu Kiiunr etiutil ,ola, BmoHnl lo bp pai(, for Ul0 ;wv njr thi power ''nrl. nnd Its control terinln inlPP (priI1 t. foP ,iriv, nn(1 Honed : 1 . I . icc-ar"o- "if, "T? many rT 'W W is . u bsssi s u"mir Melvln A. Traylor. president of the First Trust nnd Savings bnnk of Chicago. Is among those considered for the position of secretary of tho treasury to succeed Carter (lines. "'I.LI0N GAIN IN U. S. TREASURY "" ,, Increfcs. .n Receipts Over 1918 Shown In Reptfrts for Fiscal Yar--TraFavors United States, ds n. r 1,n-v- ?29-70- r ( ..... FouidatioB Zit S .MsSl XnXTZ XJZ -1 . Washington. 3. Increase of nearly $.VN),ooo.Ooo In receipts over 1018 wns noted In the report of tho treasurer of the United States for tho llscnl yenr 1010. The ordinary receipts wero nnd the ordinary disbursenn Increase ments Sl.VtO."(,Tfl2,7-1.70- . of $;..T08:iO,47ri.i3. ns compared with those of the yenr previous. The disbursements on account of the I'nnnmn canal were $12.2(W,775.0'.l. while the receipt were S0.777.Oin.o5. flnld In the treasury nt tho beginning of the yenr amounted to the tnnsurer snld. There was n noticeable Increase monthly hen the thereafter until Mny 15, holdings nttnlned a maximum of fH-c8. ac-d- ay h y"r t "J IS? T"' "'" ,u ,,,,, ,,,,,, erately. The excess of exports over Import during the year amounted to $54.21 1,- 802. Modification bonrd Juno 0 movement of nmount of the by the federal reserve of the embargo on tho the metnl caused the gold to be reduced mod- '.'... The general stock of money In the United Stntes at the close of the fiscal year wns $7,518,780,000, an Increase of $777,710,700, The money In circulation Increased In volume by $380,002,-54- 0 nnd amounted to a grand total of $5,700,020,073. con-um- New Courses for Young Men m I - i'n'' .Zr!" 1 1 .t.l More thnn $1,000,000,000 worth of Liberty bonds were bought by the treasury department and retired during the Inst twelve months, yielding the government a profit of approximately $35,000,000 and reducing the public debt. Secretary Glass reported to congress. Purchases were mnde to stnblllze the mnrket for these securities, par vnlues being $1,043,080,500 and the cost tn the government $093,303,520, In addition tn $14,204,770 accrued Interest. 1'lrst loan purchases totaled second. $371,215,000: third. $278,035,500 and fourth, $303,115,000, 0; I FARMER A GREAT STABILIZER " Governor Lowden of Illinois Withes He Could Rule Only Tillers of the Soil. Chicago. Dec. 5. "In these trouble some times I often wish I were tho governor of n state whose only s' were fnnners," snld Oov, Frank meeting of the United O. Iiwden nt Stntes Association of Pairs and Expo sitions nt the Atldltnram hotel. T would hnve much less trouble If I were. The fnrmer Is the greatest stnhll- llzer In this country, and If It were not for our 0,000.000 farmers I would de spair of the future of America. "It Is from the fnrmer thnt our fu ture must come. cltl-ion11 One-thir- Two-third- s One-thir- ed MAIL XMAS One-thir- PARCELS EARLY Pott Office Warns of Delay Owing to Coal Strike and Reduction of Train Service. Mo-to- i. L - .... I Sltol Washington, Dec. 0. Mall Christmas parcels early and avoid disapThis wns the admonition pointment. of the postnlllce department and Is due to the fuel that the coal strlko bus mused a reduction of train service on some railroads, and further curtailment will doubtless bc necessary as the strlko continues, "Phis condition makes tho early mailing of Christmas parcels this yenr moro than usually luiHirtnnt," says tho department Id n message to postmasters. DIG "GHOST" OUT OF CHIMNEY New York Police Find Man Who Had Sought Queer Means of Suicide. New York, Dec. 4. Occupants of n Itldgo street tenement houso were almost correct when they reported to the iolIce that tho groans of a "ghost" hnd been nnnojlng them for two dnys. Detectives, nlded by firemen, dug a hole In a chimney In the houso and extracted David Cohen, a pushcart peddler, who Informed them that, business being bad, ho hud decided to cud his life by Jumping down the chimney Monday monilug. flVe-stor- y Tree-dweller- sat-ace- , 1 Docombcp H, 919. THE CITIZEN speculations unit lie had "seen skirt." Mr. Duncan met him nt tho door and showed him Into the living room. Paga ThfM iry leave the questions In the 7,000.00e farm homes nnd return for the information within a week or fen days. (Statu Mrs. Duncan, plump, motherly, lovThe agricultural census statistics able In the mature womanliness of are divided Into fncts covering fnnn on Vtttrja tenure, farm acreage, farm Incum forty, greeted him cordially. She was WAR sorry Kdlth wns out Kdlth had a tenbrances, farm values, farm expenses. S. HENDERSON Br nis engagement. uses of the Innd In 1010, drainage, By She was nppnrently deeply Interested In the young man rrops produced In 1010, live stock main aJajejajelM(ajejajajajajajaji who was to he her coachman. OFFICIAL BOOKLET THAT TELL8 Inlneil, Including on enumeration of Dave Kltchcntr, and other poem had never been In n homo llko this, Ihe various number of the class nnd OF FIQHTINQ RECORD OF grnde on every farm, farm facilities, and his eyes, unaccustomed to comHKISTMAS cheer was AMERICANS ABROAD. fortable furnishings, npprnlscd them In Hie air, but the fact such ns tractors, automobiles, truck. as luxury. He soon found himself talknin other fnrm conveniences, ciwipcra-liv- e did not particularly 8YNOP8I3. , ing marketing, purebred nnlmals mainappeal to lloyd ashamed. It was to fit himself for her and with Mrs. Duncan about horses, TWO IN THf.EE SAW ACTION tained, CriAPTKn I -- Llvinf with hla fathar on that he then nliout his old life on tho for, he was confruits, nuts anil various prod had cnmo to town, and what ranch, mall. badir managed ranch, David ?., and then about coming to town. sumed with ennui and uct. Some new questions In this cen ha raaehe.l tnfaw educational tha of elshtran sort of moss wan ho making of It? with Almost before he knew It ho had told suspense. sus Will Involve the ninnunt nf In nit It was advantarra. An accident to' the auto In which T)r, Manly, He was going down Instead of up. Ito of Our 42 Divisions Took from which no crop wns harveMcd this yule Twenty-Nlneminent eaatern physician, and hla (laugh-te- r had squandered his llttlo money, and her about Iteenle Hardy, but ho had Irene, are touring tha country, brtnjra checked himself In time. And Mrs. Part in Active Combat Service I venr because of rrnn fnllnre. ram limit tide season. A great new element Into hl life. Or, HarrtVe now ho was squandering his life. He Duncan bad noticed It, without t, Yanks In Thirteen Major Opera, b'lng Idle In 10t!l, ncrenge of pasluro snowstorm hnd blotbroken, and ha li necessarily ' had been drunk. . . . to hla bed, Friendship, and c ted out every country and realized Unit her guest was land on encb fnrm, etc. The govern tlona. Dnvo'a nature wan ono In which mora, develop between Irene and turnpike and the railment Intends to try to make the farm uald. emotions wero accelerated with their not a boy but a man. road connecting By JAMES P. HORNADAY. statistics fuller and more accurate his Then Mr. Duncan tnlked about garown Intensity. And the sudden man-nc- r ena CIIAPTRn ratly anJoya the town with Moyvtlle. Washington. dening, nnd from Hint to Dave's skill Rnthered In the past. A sorn of primer on unconventional freedom of ranch life, and In which Itcenle had now Invaded her arnulntanceahlp with David rlpena "Iloyd mopes around the world war, a summary that may he March I the government will legln In backing his team to the coal chute, his consciousness Intensified the blackInto affection. On Or. llardy'a recovery and from that to coal Itself. Davo had like a lost soul " commented his sister used In public schools, hns been com- 'aklng n census of the manufactures of the young people port, with the ness In which ho that David will eeelc to Improve lightning darkens was submerged, as shoveled coal all winter, but he had Nettle to her mother, "tf hts fellow piled by the war department. It shows the t'nlled Slates and also of the mln- hie position In Ufa and they will meet the storm. . , . ace of acaln. He saw her on that last night, with not thought about coal except as Thome, airship fume in France. Willis Hint two out of every three American '"K "l quarrying, oil and gas nml cannot get here In time for soldiers who reached France took part "ther Interests. something to be shoveled and shovThis work will Im cTlAPTnn III.-T- Im midden death of hla tho moonlight wooing her white face, father lenve DatM with practically until his own body hnd crllpsed It In eled. And as Mr. Duncan explained the holiday festivities we shall have In battle. The number who reached carried on by n force entirely separate nothing hut the few bare arrei of the to him the wonderful provisions of na- a dull season of It." France wns a,0S4,000, nnd of these frn"' that which will count the rnnch. the elder man having through a warmer passion, nnd he heard her "It's Muriel Uinc." asserted Mrs. saw active service In the P'' during the first .TO days of tho yearn pf dlMlpatlnn waited the Income. words, "I know you are true nnd turehow sho had stored nway In the Ilia dehta paid. David gntn to the nearest Wlsrfer. "A year ugo this time both front line. American combat forces J''ar and gather the statistics of o undiscovered lands billions of tons of ton n, determined to keep hla promise to clean." . . . you orgonlzed Into divisions, which culture. The work of toklng this Irene by acquiring an education and makTrue nnd clean. "Yes, thank Ood, coal, holding them In reserve until the .... - and t Boyd had the ..time of your ,,. .. i.n in- - mrni nnu. me contrast. . consisted nf some 28,000 ing hlmeelf worthy of her He secure the m is nlllcers nnd Industrial census will continue for sev- nnt work offered, drtilng a team for u I nm still that 1" ho cried, springing world's supply of timber for fuel Irksome to the poor boy." coal denier, and meets a man named men. These were the largest on the prn' months. suddenly to his feet and commencing should be nenrlng exhaustion, nnd as about hla own age, by whom ha I "And 'the pour boy,'" mimicked western front, since the Hrltlsh dlvl- Population to Be Known Speedily, to dress. "I've been spattered, hut he told of the Immeasurable wealth of led Into dissipation nothing that won't wash on. Per- this great new land In coal resources, Nettle, "Is on pins and needles of sus-- slon numbered about 15.000 and those The count of the people Is nlwnys It was Infer In the nTirnf when he haps" of the French and Germans about 11!.- - '"' Interesting feature of a decennial and of how the wheels of the world, felt himself being dragged Into a sit- thought nnd ho stopped as the great trnlllc and Industry nnd science, even, 000 each. There were sent overseas 41! census. If the plans of the census hu- struck him "perhaps It was ting posture. "Where nm I?" he snld. Auierlcnn divisions nnd several bun- - reau here do nnt tnlscnrr.v It will not the luckiest thing In the world that were dependent upon coal nnd the blinking nl the llghL He rose uncc ilrcd thousnud supplementary artillery ',0 mnny weeks nfter the Inst reports the booze did put tno nut last night man who handled the conl, Dave felt tnlnly to hla feet nml stared about the . . . nnd service of suimlv troops. Of the "f ""' enumerators hove been received his breast rising with n sense of the It'll wash off." mom In returning consciousness. 42 divisions that reached France 2.l dignity of his culling. He had hud to " wl" l,p possible to mm on nee ""Where's the girls?" he asked. ... . nu wiinu-vedo with thlx wonderful ItVtr Mnain look part In active combat service the total pnpulntlon The enumera I. all gooa nn-Oone." i unl.l ...imi. winter, wiine me others were used for re tors will report to the district super until tonight had " ,Imt "mellinea drops tm- - fired thennd not spark of his Imagina- It Z'l Couldn't exnec. tn' ...... VrZ" placements or were Just arriving dur visors, who In turn will report through divine i. n...k. to ' say goonny, could you, "I'cctca fnvors. designed that young tion. The n nignt time ticked on, and although pense. Of course you know that he ing the last month of hostilities the stute supervisors to headquarters r.iucn should the following day deliver and you sleeping off your drunk?" The returns will all be tabu he was eager to be at work he almost promised to Muriel a week ago?" The battle record of the United States here. coal at the home of Mr. Melvln Dun Dave raised his hand to his bend. can. machinery. There has "I didn't kmm It, hut I suspected It army In this wur Is larirelv the bis- - ln,e(' I'1'"" Mr. Duncan, tall, quiet and forty dreaded I he moment when Mr. Duncan A sense of disgrace was already upon five, tory of these '1 combat divisions. Sev- - ',pon developments In machine count- "hould mention bis lesson. Hut be would come to t tint." wns at work In his minion him. Then he suddenly turned In an Dave r,,ru t,int moment came there wns a en of them were regular army dlvl- - eT inci' " census of 1010, and while "Muriel asked him to give her a turned the team In the i.m nn.i ger on Conward. "You put this up on backed them up the long, narrow drive j r,l'l,,u of laughter at the door, and n to think it over, so she would be slons, II were organized from the nn-- the census bureau does not make any connecting with tho fnmlly coal chute, gin in tennis costume nnu a young sure she knew her own mind. Then tlonnl guard, and 11 were nuide up of Promise as to when It will be ready to announce the final total for the As the heavy wagon moved straight man a little older than Dave entered. this storm came along and the tele- national army troops. Amerlcnn combat divisions were In country. It feels It Is prepared to do "Kdlth." said Mrs. Duncan. to Its objective Mr. Duncan looked on phone wires have been down until this battle for 200 days, from the 25th of B quick Job. Following the announce-Aprl- l, Dnve arose and shook hands. Then morning." with approval that heightened Into 1018. when the first regular dlvl- - ment of the totnl population for the Hut Hint very day lloyd Wlsner udmlrntlon. Dave shoveled his load Mr. Allnn Forsyth was Introduced. without remark, hut as he stood for Mr. Forsyth shook hands heartily, but heard from the prudent mnlden who slon, nfter long training In quiet sec- - entire country the bureau will get out a moment at the llnlsh, wiping the Dave wns conscious of being caught In sought to make no mistake In solving tors, entered an uctlve sector on the ns Quickly ns possible the totals for the various subdivisions, the county sweat from his fnce. Mr. one quick glance which embraced him life's greatest problem marriage. His I'lcnrdy front, until the signing of the It will announce Duncan engaged And the glance quickened heart throbs were a series armistice. During these 200 days thej nml ,lle township. in In conversation. from head to heel. "le "You bundle a team like you were wits satisfied It wns of thrills as he was called to the were engaged In 13 major operations. '("-- population of large cities as rap- ns returns enn be tabulated. .As born to It," he said. "Where did you such a glance us Dave might give n phone ot his olllcc. and more alluring of which 11 were Joint enterprises get the knack?" horse when he would say, "A good than the soft cooing of n dove were with the French, Hrltlsh nnd Italians. n Kenernl rule, totals for the larger "Well, I came up on a ranch," said horse, hut I cun handle him." It was the fluttering words. "Is that you. and two were distinctively Amerlcun. cl,,es w'" ,ie announced nhend of state lOtaiS t In. Thlr..n, M.l. w)JCiNiiviit,. Dave. "I've lived with horses ever evident from that glance that Forsyth Boyd?" .... . . inajwi To Enforce Prohibition. I mean Miss Lane." had no fear of rivalry from that quarsince I could remember." "Yes. dnrl American troups saw service on The federal government's machinery "Don't be silly. lloyd. We are snow- - practically every stretch of the west "You're n rancher, eh?" queried the ter. And having no fear ho could afenforcing the constitutional bound, but I wanted to tell you that I ern front from Hrltlsh lines In Bel for older man. "Well, there's nothing like ford to be friendly. which after the 10th Dave hnd no distinct remembrance am sure of my mind now The chiltne range and the open country. If I glum to Inactive sectors in the Vfs, amendment of next January will make It un could handle horses like you there of what happened Just after that, but dren are crying for Inst year's Snntn ges. On October 21, 1017. American Isn't anything would hold me In town." he was conscious of tin overwhelming ClnuH. nnd I oh I wish It would rnln entered the line In the quiet Toul sec-to- i lawful to manufacture or sell In Oh. I don't know," Dave answered. desire to hear Miss Duncan sing. How hot scalding unter and clear the ronds! From that date to the armlstlcu toxicating liquors anywhere In the .Merry Christians ! Come soon !" "You might get sick of It." American units were somewhere hi United Stales, has been set up. Tho enforcemen of wartime prohibition so "Did you get sick of It?" And then the provoking damsel line almost continuously. It Is (lllllcult Klden shot n keen glance at him. dropped the phone. Muriel had made to cut up the year and 22 dnys which long us It shall continue Is under the .You Made a Fool of Ma. I'va a Mind up her mind! lloyd was Inspired with Intervened Into ' The conversation wns becoming per--1 to Baih Your Skull In for You." bnttles, direction of the commissioner of Inter I lie sonal Yet there whs In Mr. nunnm'a most radiant soul of hope. He for In n sense the entlnf war on the nal revenue and Is an activity separata me," he cried. "You made a fool of manner u certain kindliness, a reached the street to find It crowded western front wns a single battle. It and apart from the enforcement of certain n-wide me. I've a mind to bash your skull In appeal of sincere personality, prohibition by constitutional with people looking skyward. "Dou Is possible, however, to distinguish cer that disfor you." hie luck 1" he Jubilated. "It's Thorne,' armed suspicion. j tain tnnjor operations or phuses of amendment. Efforts to nullify the pro"Don't be silly," Conward retorted. are ueing put oioi ion nmenument "Yes, 1 got sick of It," he snld. "I and he decided that the airship aloft, ',he greater struggle. "I didn't enjoy It any more than you lived on that ranch eighteen years Thirteen such operations hnve heed forth In the courts In vurlous sections mo introducing you as my friend, and never was Inside school or church. recognized In which American units of the country, hut tiie government Is nnu then have you go out like that. Wouldn't thut make you were engaged, of which 12 took place proceeding on the theory that the sick? . . . Why didn't you tip me? I didn't know So I beat It for town." mendment will stand, and that tho in the western front and one In Italy It would put you to sleep." "And I suppose you are nttendlng Battle claeps will be awarded to the enforcing legislation recently passed ".Neither did I." said Dave. church regularly now, and night officers and men who participated In by congress will be' upheld by Ihe "Well, the next thing Is to get you ' school, too?" "Tt . these engagements. These bnttles nnd courts. you walk?" nome. It Is hardly necessary to sny that Duvo's quick temper fired up In re-- I the number of Americans engaged nre "Sure, sentment. but ngaln the kindliness of as follows: Soiiime. Miirch 21 to April the federal government will etiforce Dave started for the door, but his tho mun's tnanuer disarmed him. He 0, 2.200 men engaged; Lys, April 0 prohibition without fear or favor. The course suddenly veered and ho found wns silent for u moment, und then he gracerully circling to Innd. must be to 27, 500 men engaged; Alsne, May law will be dealt with Just as any i hlniRelf leaning over a chair. Conward said: the one which his fellow nee of France 27 to June 5. 27,500 men engaged; other luw of the laud and the person helped hltn Into his overcoat, and half hnd purchnsed after returning home. who violates It will have to suffer the "No, I ain't. That's what mnkes me June 0 15. 27,000 led, half shoved him to his boarding sick now. I camu In here Intendln' to Twenty miles distant, lovable and men engaged; C liampagne-Marn- to July consequences. house. loving Muriel Lane looked out upon a 15 to 18. 85,000 men get an education, an' I've never got The commissioner of Internal rev engaged; How Like Reenie She Wasl bleak, white expanse, surrounding the even a start ut It, excep' for some July 18 to August C, 270,000 enue will be at the head of the prohiCHAPTER IV. oiil fnnn home. Her; six little brothers men engaged; things perhaps wasn't worth the Snmme, August 8 to bition enforcing organization. Directlike iteenle she wasl And Just as he money. There ulways seems to be was beginning to think Mr. Duncan and sisters nestled about her. November 11, 54,000 men engnged; ly under him and responsible to htm Eldcn nwokc Sunday morning with somethln' elst In ahead." "We can trim up the Christmas tree will he the federal prohibition commispres 11 a prodigious thirst, which he slaked "There ulways will be," said Air. must surely hnve forgotten his lesson with Inst year's spungles. chllden." 103,000 l,ys, August 10 to November Sep sioner. The country hns been divided men engnged; St. Mlhlel. he heard her asking him If sho should at tho water pitcher. It was the prae- - Duncan, "until you start." tember 12 to 10, 000,000 men engaged; Into ten districts In ench ot which sing. And then he saw Forsyth ut the she wild. lice or Jletrom s gang to select one of "Hut how's It to be done?" Dnve piano rwhy "I September 20 to Nov there will be a federal ngent, and un couldn't be leave her to pered want to see Suntu ClausI" whimturn iMiiiuii r in rare mr an mo norses questioned with returuluc lnteresL do It little Tim. "If .he can land on ember 11, 1,200,000 men engaged, and der each agent there will be n considbutt-In- ? herself, the and then on Sundays while the others enjoyed "Schools an hooks cost money, an' October 24 to Novem erable force of men, the number dehe heard her line, silvery voice rising a roof and come down the chimney he Vlttorln-Veneto- , the luxury of their ouo day of leisure never save u dollar." can ride on the air. Oh, sister, there's ber 4. 1,200 men engaged. pending on the nature nf the district. In the notes of that song ubout the In consequence of this custom the "And never will," said Mr. Duncan. These men will form what will amount Census Machinery Ready. lund where the sun should never go the telephone." room was still full of snoring sleepers "until you start. Hut I think I see a down. . . . It wns the first time It had rung for The 00,000 men nnd women who to a secret service force. It will be And suddenly be knew plan that might help, and If It uppeals anu tne mr wns very close and foul. how lonely, how terribly, terribly a week. Muriel ran to It. and her nre to begin taking the decennial their business to know whether the prohibition amendment Is being vio Dave sat down by the little table to you It will also bo a great conven cheeks grew to wild rose beauty and census Thursday. January lonely he was. And he sat 1. are that fronted the open window and ience , -to me. My wife likes to go drlv. bowed, that they might not with head her eyes sparkled as the words carao: now receiving final Instructions from lated. . know.. . . "Look to the Director In Each State. rested his head on his hands. Ho wns i. northeast for a new star the district supervisors throughout ihk ounuuys, unu sometimes on a And then there were other recalling, with considerable effort, tho weekdny evening, but I hnve so many and at last Mrs. Duncan, whosongs, at nine o'clock tonight." In each state there will be a federal Ihe country. The government has had events of Ihe previous night; piecing things on hand I find It hnrd to get slipped away unnoticed, "Hoyd " began Muriel, flutterlngly. been hard pressed to ohtnln the sen-- director, und under hltn a small numreturned with them together In Impossible ways; rc- - out with her. My daughter used to a silver teapot "No, Santa Claus. by air. Have the lees of Both the federal enumerators In ber of Inspectors. and cups of delicate assorting them until tuey offered some drive, but these automochina, and sandwiches nnd cake, and tree ready and keep the children up." some sections of the country, but the agents, that Is to say, the men who sequence. The anger he had felt biles are turning the world upside they 6at about and ate and mat wise little head of Muriel com- force is now practically complete. The will make up tho government's secret toward Conwnrd had subsided, hut tho tiown und many n buggy with IL talked and laughed. And drank and prehended. She was as unsettled and enumerators who will enter on their force, nnd the federal directors will when he Well as I saw you driving la here 1 looked sling nf shame rankled In bis heart at his watch It wus eleven expectant ns the children. The tree duties January 1 will have only their be directly nnswentble to the federal "Fool I" ho said to himself. And be snld to myself, Thcro's the man for o'clock I wus trimmed, the candles all ready for weeks to complete (he work laid out prohibition commissioner. The nearest cause he could think of no more spe that Job of mine, If I can get him:' "I guess we didn't get any lesson lighting. She took u chair at tho win- for them where their field Is In a city approach to the organization that bus clflc expression to suit his feelings, but I'm not rich and I couldn't pay tonight," he sold as he shook hands dow and begun telling them stories. or large town, nnd 30 days where their been formed Is the secret service which nnd because expression of any kind Ton regular wages, Finally she leaned closer to the pane field of operations Is In the country looks out for counterfeiters. The pronut If I coulo with Mr. Duncau at tho sidewalk. brought n sort of relief, he kept on square tho uccount by helping with. and strained her glance. A speck of ihe country enumerators will have hibition secret service, however, will "I am not so sure," replied his tutor. repeating the word, "Fool I fool I your studies u couple of nights u "The first thing for you to leurn Is luster held her vision until It hnd re- more time In which to do their work, be much lurger than the organization foot!" And ns his week 1 used to teach school nnd thut alt learning does not come from solved Itself Into mingled colors of because In nddltlon to counting the that deals with counterfeiting nnd gradually won him back to a sense of Haven't altogether forgotten why, books. A good people they gnther agricultural stalls- - counterfeiters. learn ns red, white nnd blue. perspective ho became uware of the that would bo Just what 1 want. What much as a good listener canhe It will be the duty of the Inspectors "Wrap yourselves up wnrmly," she tics. One of the reasons for changing reader If listens danger of his position. Ho had left do you say?" to the right kind of people." And as ordered. "We will ell go out and look the date for beginning the census from of the vurlous states to keep themhis ranch home to better himself, to I never saw anything on four feet Dave wulked selves Informed as to the conditions for Santy," and a great hush came April 1 to January 1 Is that the farm homo the thought deeplearn things, to rise to bo somebody. I couldn't drive," snld Dare, "an' If ened In him thut It really had been a down as the group discovered "the ers are usually busy In the enrly existing In the state. They will be exHe hud worked harder than ever be- you're willing to take u chance I am. lesson, and that Mr. Duncau hud In- new star," and the outlines of spring. The government assumes that pected fo know nt all times whether before, at inoro dlsugreeuble employ- When do we start?" came clearly distinct In the crystalline during the month of January Its enu- manufacturers are obeying the provi tended It thnt wny. And he wondered ment; ho had lived In conditions that First lesson lonlght. Second les whut remarkublc ulr and there settled to earth Willis merators will find the nveruge farmer sions of the law having to do with were almost nauseating and what son Thursday night. First drive Sun- The ulr was full fortune had been his. Thome's airship driven by Hoyd Wls- at leisure and In position to supply them; whether druggists and physi of the perfume of had he learned? That you can't beat day." Sir. Duncan did not explain balm o' Ollead. the Information the government will cians are conforming to the provisions feet were light ner. a card uian at Ills own gamo, prlco Hint he wanted to know the boy better with tho Joy of and his And he thought Forth from tho amazing air vehicle desire of him without Interfering with applying to them; whether there Is youth. sixty dollars, and that tho gallery before the drives commenced, und ho much of Kdlth und Illicit making or selling of Intoxicatof Heenlo Hardy. stepped a form familiar to the wonder-eye- his duties. seats are cheuper und sometimes safer felt that two nights together would The department of agriculture Is act- ing beverages In their respective children the Santa Claus of last (Continued nozl week.) than the orchestra. sullsfy him whether he hud found the year with frosted beard and a bulging ing In nn advisory capacity and as- states, and If so where. These facts. sisting the bureau ot the census In ac- when they come Into tho possession of Then all of n sudden ho thought of right man. bug of gifts on his back. Iteenle. He had not thought of her Dave hurried back to the coalyard And only the two older children quainting farmers with what will ho the Inspectors, will be reported to tho Really Small Flats. expected of them when the enumera state federal director. One of tho much of late; ho had been so busy und completed the day's work In high Verona was much Impressed with ever guessed the Identity of this grand In tho days and bo tired ut nights that spirits. It seemed ho was ut last her first night In a berth on a sleeper, Krlss Krlngle on wings. And, oh I tors cull. Attention has been called chief duties of the state federal di to the fact that considerable llgnrlng rector will bo to enlist all stute ofllcers be had not thought of her much. Now started on a road that might lead and In relating some of the wonders the marvelous gifts he had tor them she burst upon him ugulu with all that somewhere. After fcupper he sur- of her trip, remarked: "Why, Aunt all I And Hoyd drew Muriel behind a and counting will have to be done In lu the work of seeing thut the law Is order to nnswer accurately nnd fully obeyed. He will also, under the Inbeauty und charm which hud so mag- prised his fellow laborers by changing Kmiun, the flats were so small we door and kissed her, uud only old netized hltn In those glad, golden duys, to his Sunday clothes und starting couldn't all live together. Mamma und Grandfather Laue, going up the stairs the questions which will he submltte ' structions thut buve gone out, be exby the enumerators. It will be th- - pected to build up a healthy public and. tho fruuk cleanness of her down a street lending Into the residen I slept In the first Hut und daddy In to his bed, witnessed the event, and policy of the government to have ll disgusted and tial part of tho town. There were the second flat." mude him seutlmeut lu fuvor of the federal chuckled serenely. enumerators who work In the emu amendment and the enforcing law. COW PUNCHER Robert J.C.Siad Cuhrc ftattta PRIMER OK WORLD IS COMPILED k Wis-ncr- aa tyi-le- e com-men- eon-fin- some-Ihln- Il.-Ir- "'' under-atandln- ir - ngrl-wer- l II-- m Con-war- w l1 r sub-dunc- '' 1 few-day- s 1 111 v I d natio- tn e, Alsne-Marn- Meuse-Argonn- new-fangle- d 2 d girl-boot- L Pago Four TUB CITIZEN December 11, 1010. Berea College Hospital Mm Hqirtpment nml Sun-Parlo- Scnhf I'rlxme Rooms T.otM Cotl. IIth. Vnl Klrctrlc hrrvlcr. for Mm nmt for Women. .Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and, Ear GENERAL Crtine in nml PRACTICE 1 vlll a frlcml In nr pi), nn rMnMIMime nl, which nntl In rr.ich of all the people. Rombrt H. Cowl.KY. M 1)., lhrlcUn 11 ki an Pt nLrv. M l)., l')iTlcln MAROAHitr S. Orant, M. I) , l'liTslcInn Mm Mary I.onoacrk. R N., Siipf HntcmTeiH Mln Nri.mr Millkr, R N., Head Ntirte CHANGE IN RATES Heiinnlng March l, the rates for hoard anil room of private patient will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cured for In the ward will remain the same Si per day. Hy bnlrr of Prudential Committee. Herea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Scientific horso shoeing, lino ironi T,aura Jones, over Christmas, p,0Vi aruj jr3 Hudspeth mado a work and repairs of all dcscriplions at the College Blacksmith Shop, mlIcj trp to Lexington, Monday. nn,j Mrs McKinnoy and Main Street, north of The Citizen Mr ad. daughters were shopping In Rich- Office. ' mond, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, who havo Baker & Logsdon, Dentists for several months been keeping the Olllce Hours from 8 to 5. Berea, Ky. Davis boarding houso on Center Telephone No. 3. ' siruci, navo given up mu uuusu uuu ' moved to Hiedleburg, Ky. L. 4 N. TIME TABLE Mrs. Arnold received a message from her father calling her to the Northbound bedside of her mother, who is not Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. expected to live. Train No. 3812:48 p. m. Dr. M. M. Robinson's little Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. daughter, Jessie, was very ill Sun-- 1 Southbound day, but is roporlcd better, Train No. 3112:46 a. m. . Miss Brown, who has been in the Train No. 3312:25 p. m. employment of the Telephone Co., 1:10 p. m. No. 37 Train has given up her position. i Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Felton are Mr. Purdce, the tombstono man,jqUjt0 ill at their homo on Jackson ' of London, was in Berea on business street. Hits Week. Hugh Parks has moved In the home-mad- e, well- - house of J. U. Harrison's on Boone Hand-mad- e, made, Xmasmado Gifts at the Prog-- 1 street. Our Mayor John L. Gay's children rqss Club Bazaar, December 12, at navo Decn having a pretty severo Baker's Store f bul a,ro mclc3t report, ,raprov-h- as Mr. Wise, of Cleveland, Ohio, who allack, week, ing nicely at been a Berea visitor this pillow-case- s. ' has returned to his homo. , Ia,nd embroiled handkerchiefs, Mr. Jim Hammonds, of Jackson, f apron3( b, bungalow apron9 Breathitt County, is in Berea visit- - homQ spun tabl(J runncrg and CU9h. ing nis uaugmer, who is a cure t emhroidered towels and most College girl. everything nice. For sale at ProgThe Progress Club met at the ress Club Bazaar, December 13, at home of Mrs. James Stephens, Chest- Baker's Store. nut street. A most enjoyable lime Mr. and Mrs. James Hulett have was spent by every one. An in- rnm nn,tnrA v inn , nmn n w.ilnnf Menrtow (cresting and varied program was',, nlOSt I !. rendered and refreshments mu near uuicu. I tempting were served by the hostess I Mrs. Laura uiazcr and son, nun, Mid-SeaSOnml daughter,, Alene. who have been H Sale visiting Mrs. Bert Coddington andi friends in Berea. left for Cincinnati, still on at Monday morning, via Dixie High j n BeSt :.U: Dl DlaCkSITlltning 1 n, c., Mrs. H. i9 McGuirc, of Ashovlllc, visiting hor aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Ed. Fotherglll; isp crlously 111 nt her homo on Boono street. Mr. and MrvTurncr Gott havo moved (o Ravenrntssyhcro ho Is employed by the I,. sN It. II. The Christian Church and Sunday school aro preparing for a Christmas entertainment and Christmas tree, to mako glad tho hearts of their men, women and children. Miss Stella Johnson entertained a number of friends at hor home, Saturday ovcnlng. It was an cnjoyoblo occasion for every ono present. Chester Parks was very 111, Saturday evening, with a sovcro cold, Ihrcatcncd with pneumonia. At last report he was Improving slightly. Hot cocoa and wafers will be served all day at Progress Club Bazaar, December 12th, at Mrs. Horatio Buckingham Flint is tho name of (he son who camo vto tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorral Flint, in Akron, Ohio, December I. Mrs. Bogio gave all her roomers a turkey Thanksgiving dlnnor. Those present wcro: Mr. and Mrs. Orly John Magrlm, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Plumlo Waller, James Snider, Mrs. Dr. Robinson, son and daughter. All reported a dolight- ful time. Miss (irace Gentry has, this week, returned to her home M Berea. after several months visiting friends in the North, her last visit being at Gary, Indiana, where sho was tho of Miss Versa Wilson, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. William Wilson, formorly of Berea, and of Mrs. Ethel B. Brown, Pastor's Assistant at the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Gary. Miss Gentry reports that tho strike conditions in that city are being controlled by tho militia and that quiet anil order Mid-Seas- on Sale! Dresses Coats Let's Reason Together A great many Individuals and business Institutions nro unablo to sco any good In any proposition unless it promises Immcdlalo ro lurns to themselves. This bank Is progressive. Wo rcalizo that tho practico of Thrift is of Suits Waists Sweaters Hose ' Petticoats Skirts Furs, Etc. HATS And Finest Millinery Hats to suit any face Call and be convinced Mrs. Eva Walden UNION CHURCH Dr. llutchins will speak In Union Church next Sunday morning at 11:00 upon "Tho Pilgrim Fathers." BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL NEWS Tho attendanco at tho Baptist Sunday-scho- ol last Sunday was 168. There wcro 00 Bibles, and tho collection was $7.00. Tho subscription to the $75,000 plcdgo amounts to 1 he church ns a wholo lias S2.500 ubscrihe.l moio than doub'i Us iota. 1 vital Importance to tho country, and extravagance and wasto tho outstanding fcaluro of American lifo today. Tho buslnoss of tho country must bo financed. It must bo financed from tho savings of tho people. War Savings Stamps and United States Treasury Savings Certificates aro a convonlont, safe and prolltahlo medium of investment. They pay i percent interest compounded quarterly and can he redeemed without unduo formality or red tape. Tho season's crops aro almost matured and will bo soon exchanged for currency In tho" open market. Put your money whoro it will bo safe, available and draw a goodrato of interest. If you prosper, wo prosper. Our molto Is: "Real Servlco to tho Public." Berea National Bank SOLDIER'S DEATH REAL ESTATE CHRISTIAN CHURCH prevail. Mr. MnckJ. Morgan, whoiwas for Most excellent services last Lord's six years a student and ono year a Day. Ono young man placed his teacher in Berea CollcgV?, was a membership, to tho delight of all visitor hero on Monday. Ho has present. Biblo School attendanco been elected to tho Stato Legisla- 83; Bibles present 42; chaplcrj ture, from tho 18th District, at tho read 472; offering S2.30. Next recent election. From hero l. mj nn. ' Great way. Bert Coddington was taken seriously ill Thursday evening at hi3 homo on Center street. He grew steadily worse until Sunday, then his condition became so serious that (he doctors held a consultation and decided to remove him to the College Hospital, where Dr. Cowley succeeded in pulling him through. His illness was duo to high blood pressure. The last report was that he Is much improved. William Morgan Svope, of Lexington, i sagain a guest at Boone Laura Jones' Store Corner Chestnut and Parkway BEREA, KENTUCKY Tarns, all colors, $1.50 to $3.00 Velours 5.00 to 10.00 50 good Hats, special bargains - 1.00 to 1.50 at - Velvets, Plush, Hatter's Plush ALL GOOD HATS Big line of Childrei's Hats, prices $1.00 to $3.00 All Styles at this bargain price Tavern. resi- Mrs. Harston has bought a dence property on Jackson street If you want a high class pat-terand has moved thore, preparatory to putting her daughters and son in hat at a reasonable price we Berea College. can suit you in color, style, and Mrs. N. E. Davis has moved her price. Do you want a hat? Do household goods from tho Davis you need a hat? NOW is the houso and is spending a few weeks time to buy while the hats- - are with her sister, Mrs. F. M. Morgan, good style, new and you can get before sho joins her children In your choice at reasonable prices. Cleveland, Ohio. Quality Clothes Shoes . and Hat ton, and Miss Eva, of Washington, D. C, accompanied by friends, Mrs.. wniiiN'c nf.nn pa 7. a An Dr. Porter Prather and daughter, k7 Mrs. Everett Adams of same place, Tho unique and unusual features motored to Berea on Wednesday to f this bazaar will attract you ns spend tho day with Mrs. Parker's well as the useful and lwnutiful daughter, Mrs. Benton Fielder. articles for sale. During Thanksgiving week Misses Booth No. 1 I.ora and Nannio Bet Skinner, of A forluno telling doll, brownios, Winchester, visited Mr. and Mrs. clowns, animals, molasses candy, Benton Fielder, and on Thanksgiv- pop corn hall In fact, everything ing Day Messrs. Clay and Robert that please children. Skinner of same place, in company Booth No. 3 with friends were guests at Mr. Dainty fancy work suitable for gifts. Fielder's. Booth No. 3 Charily Corns, who was operated Work aprons, dust caps, and many on for appendicitis in the Collcgo articles for practical home use. Hospital, is doing nicely now, Tho special features here will be though for a timo she was in very hot pancakes, syrup and coffco. Don't forget the time and place serious condition. Rutherford B. Roberts, of Hydcn, next Monday, December 15. Open was in Berea this week to visit at 9 o'clock; on Short street, near hisjiaughter, Lena, a student, who Rapid Shoo Rcpniring Shop. passed through an operation at tho College Hospital. Mr. Roberts is Ntr RITION SURVEY a successful lawyer and is now serving as Stato Attorney in his Madison county is (o havo a nudistrict. Ho graduated from Berea trition survey mado near Berea by Normal Department in 1905. Children's Bureau. tho Federal The management of tho Messiah Baby clinics will bo hold. Mothers aro to ho congratulated on tho will bo urged to bring their children quartet which has been secured b to bo examined. All examinations asflst in the program that will bo and prescriptions will bo free. rendered. Every member of tho Tho purposo of this study is to quartet is a star and will bo sec- ascertain what foods children should ond to none of those who havo ever eat. Steps may then bo undertaksung in Berea. They are: Mrs. er, by various agencies to securo Kaufman Brown, soprano; Mrs. the proper diet for small children. Florence Evans, alto; Mr. Joseph Too many babies now dio of imSclfenke, tenor; Mr. John Dodd, proper feeding. This survoy is lho bass. The tenor has been heard first important step taken by a fedwith great pleasuro in Berea on a( eral department to Improve tho diet fcrmer occasion. of children in tho open country. Mr. M. L. Isaacs and wife were in Mrs. Ernberg is in Chicago with lewn for a short time last week. moro exhibits of articles made in Mr. Isaacs is a recuiting officer for her department. Sho will visit tho U. S. Army anil has his head- her son, Axel, who now lives In quarters at Lexington. that city. Herbert Todd, a former Berea stu dent, who has been In school and in library work at Athons, Ohio, is EVERYBODY'S visiting in. Berea at tho homo of his HAPPY sister, Mrs. Margaret Golden. Mrs. Etta Fowler and litllo daughafter a visit to the ter, who has been receiving treatment from Dr. Cowloy, returned to MODEL SHOP their homo in Jackson County tho lattor past of last week. NOT THE CHEAPEST Miss Anna Hacknoy, a Collcgo BUT THE BEST Senior, has been supplying at tho Graded School .this week, In tho absence of ono of tho teachers. Cleaning, Presiing Dr. B. F. Robinson, Robert F. Spence, R. B. Roberts, of Hydcn, Mr. Repairing, Altering and Bowling, of Harlan, and Dr. Morris Dyeing motored to Frankfort and attended tho inauguration of Govornor Morrow, Tuesday. ARMY OVERCOATS DYED went to Frankfort to attend tho in- will be, Biblo School 0:45, Paul auguration of Mr. Morrow. Mr. superintendent; communion Morgan is now engaged in farming, and preaching 11:00. Subject, "Tho and lives near Lancaster. Rosults of Prayer." A cordial Mrs. George Parker and daughto all. W. J. Hudspeth, Minters, Mrs. J. M. Morris, of Lexing- ister. Dor-thic- ho Lord's Day morning tho program k, wcl-co- Samuel McClure, of Mt. Vornon, a John F. Dean J. W Herndoa member of Capt. Jas. West G. A. II. Wo aro still selling real estate. Post, passed on, November 1, 1010, after an illness of about three ' Tho miners' strikes puts no chant months. Ho had a general nervous to our business. Wo havo somo cs- -l propositions to breakdown. Io was born April 2, pccially attractive many to glvo acnow loo 1815, and therefore was in tho 75th offer Just year of his ago. During tho Civil curate descriptions of all, bul If you War ho saw activo service, boing want n farm, houso and lot or va a member of Company B, 12th Regi- cant property, como and sco us. ment. Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, John Dean continuos at The Bank, And though ho's tall and lean and t lank, Captain James West Post puts Ho'll soli your land and write-- your upon record its deepest regret for deeds tlie loss of this departed comrade, And look after your flnanolal nood. and extends Its sympathy to tlu Herndon keeps1 up his rambling family and immcdiato friends of tho round, deceased. These frequent visits of Through country side and in town; tho death angel render moro sacred But if you want a houso and land. tho tics which bind together those Just wink at him ho'll understand. of us who still remain. Como on to Joshua Borcing, Lo Vant Dodge, S. DEAN 4 HERNDON Q. Lainharl Committee. Berea Kentucky GREAT .CON CERT E DR. RUEL E. BARTLETT By a few of ye lasses of yo Wo- -i man's Club and their laddies. Thoy announces the removal of his office, wijl sing a lysto of tunes, certain, of j on December 1st, to tho Front Suito which were sungo in yc oiu imius of Rooms rs by yo Berea National Bank Building and ye fore-ralhcfore-mothe- rs. Obstetrics. General Practice 00 and Ye doors of ye Collcgo Chapel will I'hiMren's Diseases. Olllce Hours: 8:30-10:a.m. bo unbarred at 7 of ye cloeke and 2 JO- - 4:00 p.m. yc musicko shall begin at half after Thursday afternoon and Sundays 7 of yo clocke, so as to favor yo monno folk that cannot gel their by appointment. Phone: Office choros dono cariycr. Yo cntranco mito will bo XV and XXV pennies. Found. A child's coal was left at Robinson Hospital somo timo ago. Owner pleasq call for samo. FOR SALE 7-- 2; Residenco 7-- 3. A New Real Estate Firm Eight thorobrcd Rhode Island Roosters. Mrs. W. T. Lutes, Berea, Ky. Lost Domountabjo Rim with Inflated tire, between Coddington's and the Collcgo Hospital. Dr. R. II. Cowley will rowdrd tho finder. $5.00 you are interested in Real Estate in Rockcastle If County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see REWARD ed CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. for Information as to whereabouts of my dog; bluo, no tail, tip of ono car off. Charles 3w-2- 5 Berea, Ky. I New Coal Dealer Having bought out tho coal business formerly owned by Mr. Ballus Wilson, I am prepared to servo all his custo- mers and nil now ones, at tho samo location on Depot StreoL Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho city. Give us a call or phono No. 01. District Manager for Bo-r- ca and vicinity. Good proposition. Previous experienco unnecessary. Frco School of Instruction. Address Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company, Accident and Health Michigan. Department, Saginaw, 2w-2- 5 Capital $1,500,000. WANTED HAY FOR SALE . PRESS Twcnlyflvo tons good mlxod hay by ton or car load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f. GOOD J. S. Gott Berea F. L, BOARD AND ROOMS Kentucky MOORE'S can bo secured at Reasonablo Rates at tho Commercial Hotel on Depot Streot. Prompt Sorvlco. Courteous troalmcnt. U. FLOYD GUTHRIE, Managor FOR SALE Ono good cement block machine, good as now; will mako any size Jewelry Store FOR J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky BEREA BOY PROMOTED Ernest V. Steele, of nerea, who has been In the U. S. Navy for somo OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW Special Rates on MONTHLY CLUB TICKETS time, was recently promoted from Seaman, second class, to ship's cook, fourth class. Ho Is serving on"U. S. S. Eagle. from four to twenty-fou- r. Also a cap and shell maohlne which will mako any sizo from two feot up. block First Claas Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. ASK WALKER For particulars write LOR, BEREA, KY. U. E. TAY- 4 December il, 1010. Olh CITi.rN AN EXTRA QUEST TOR. CHRISTMAS 1'ago Five BOONE TAVERN "The most home-lik- e By Alice Manning Dlckay and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For'Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On lite 'Dixie Highway ly adequalo for tlio evening meal. H was reported thai a very limited A family Wwipiper for nil that ( right amount of food is produced on tho farm. It would seem ndvisab'o to true, and Interetting tlio farm on a bolter and I'ubllihwl tery Thurtdar t tirm, Ky. mora productive picco of land and BEREA PUBLISHING CO. thereby mako it possiblo to produco (Incotpof at4t moro of tlio food used, and thus WM. C. FROST, rdilortvCkUr savo tlio County somo monoy. J. O. LEHMAN. M.n.tmt CJilor Soma form of social and religious Subscription Rate lifo ought to bo provided for theso PAYAM.K IN ADVANCE I1.M unforlunato pcoplo and not lcavo Rli Months them to idlo away thoir last years ThrraMonthi ,, ,(o in solitary rovory and monotony. Bnd monr by PmWIm or Fprrn Monry Onlr. Draft, KrcltUrrd I tUr, of on a and two Somo of them aro too blind to road. cvnt atamps. Tho conditions at tho Jail aro too Th data aflar your nam on label showa to what data your aulrrtrtlin la paid. If It la not imwholcsoma to attempt to describo. chansKl within lhrr wnViafUr renewal notify at. It ought to bo a disgrace to ns Mlaalna-- numUra will In rladly aupplM If wa wealthy n county as Madison County ar notlflftl. Literal trma ilvrn to any who obtain new subscriptions forua. Any one aendlne; ua fouuyearly Is, to lolcrato such a dilapidated aobaciiptlons can retelte Tb Cltlteti free for building. on rear. Aa willing rates on application. The Citizen 0,X' VISIT TO COUNTY FARM AND JAIL Judlci.iry Surprised by Complaint. (). Mi'inlicrs Cliicliii'illl, t tl Tlio lied Cross Class visited tho County Poor Farm and County Jail llainiltiin Cmitiiy JiithYlnr.v wen liy llu ciiiiil:iliit (if forimr ono day lost week. Conditions at Jtliliri' Wlllliiin trlcfonl of ileliis In tho Poor Fan1 wcro found not as liciirliiff nixes In Miiin'ltoii cotuiry nor-irli- satisfactory ns mlsrhl hn desired. number of tho inmates aro not ro-- ! colving tho enro that thoy should. For inslanco. a boy has tlio tuberculosis. During tho present high cost of living It would scorn thoso in chargo should rcccivo a larger from tho County for feeding thoso in their caro. Two pieces of cornbrcad with water aro scarco- - A cntiitM. mill il imy there ii:ny lie it I lir.k.Mil tf iiit'iircMM'ti clriiiiiiHiiini'v.s. rcii'ft-(lul- l la illlt Discontinue 259 Train to Cotton. r.llUllll- .- tl'Mfilll I.Cll'llc .if I1.' wnci-ttnln !! ll'i- - NVw Vnrlj. X.-- .v Unveil mill lliirtfonl itnilmuil mid 77 on I lie Iliitnli mill .Wiiiiip Kiillroail. effective Deeeliilier 10. Iiecntwe of iln fuel ..niKinneed hb. . r The Price of Pork Chops and Bacon V Here are reasons why the fine, fresh pork tenderloins and pork chops, or savory ham, or crinkly bacon, which you enjoy for breakfast, cost much more per pound than the market quotation on live hogs which you read in the Holly in tlio window, turkey in weighting down tho gllllcrlng tree, Christmas cheer in tho nlrl Can't you mako room for ono moro guest In your Chrislmas hearts especially If it happens to bo n little child whose oyes aro big and lonesome, and whoso llttlo body looks as If il had been hungry for a good long limo? ' For Just to cents you can feed tho hungry slnmnch of such a child on Christmas Day. For $3.00 you can caro for it for tho wholo of tho Christmas month. And if you can !ig tlown in your Christmas pocket-boo- k and pull out $30. CO all in ono lump, you can bo godparent to a llttlo boy or girl for a wiiolo year, being put in touch with it through correspondence. What kind of a child? Well, what do you think about a little boy who for llirco years worked evpiy tlay from sunup to sundown, xawing up branches of trees for fueWNlo must support onoi crippled leg with a hugo stono while Ono end of a hugo lio works. cross-csaw was pressed agalnat hi tiny chest, tho other braced against tho ground, as with outstretched arms bo drew toward him Iho branches which were to mako fuel and cam 40 cents a week for himself nnd an old grandfather. Or how about a little girl who, when tho Germans carried away every boy baby from her town, was thrown to tho pavement by a hurley Ocrman whon she proved to be a girl? She is permanently crippled. Her mother was taken away by tho Germans, her father was killed in tho war. Those are Just two of Iho 3,000,000 French orphans of Iho war. They un being taken caro of now, but thousands of others arc without help or friendship. All aro fatherless many have lost thoir mothers, either taken away by tlio Germain or dead from exposure, privations, or in iffri! bombardments. . The Fatherless Children of France, an Amej-feaorganization with a similar one in Franco of which Marshal JofTro i3 tho head, is trying to furnish American aid to the extent of ten cents a day to add to tho tiny pension tlio French Governmcnthas been ablo to grant orphans of tho war. Every cent contributed for a'cbiid goes directly to il. Not ono penny is used cither in this country or In Franco for any other purpose; tho expenses of tho work arc borno by generous I hp oven, proscnls ten-year-- ut po-chi- ld, Nannie Grant, Delia Combs, Kd-le- y Wagers, Ulysses Wilder, Jack Rutherford. Third Grade Myrtlo llazclwood, Mabel Best, Ruby Scrivncr, Convoy Anderson. rourth Grade Geneva Moore, Maymo MoKinncy, Minnie Ledfonl, Dorothy Kindred, Mario Lamb. Located 3 miles irom Berea on Dixie Highway, the Fifth Grade best pike in Madison county. This farm contains Wm. Haley, Alpha Cloyd, Lucillo 103 '4 acres and all necessary improvements. Stephens, Alvls Lamb, Wilford Possession can be jjiven January 1, 1920. Gaines. Nellie Hayes, Ruth Hopv A sure-enoug- h burnnin. kins, Wilbur Wynn, Suslo Grant, For further information set or write Opal Wren, Nora Marshall. Sixth Grade Monia Anderson, Mary Gaines, Frances Gardner, Gertrude Johnson. Gohlie 1'iirkoy, Lucicn Adams, Real Estate Agent Wm. Hayes, Chester Hayes, How- BEREA KENTUCKY ard Wilder. Seventh Grade Louie Gahhard, HilJis Dcj thick, them being: Provision for equal to publio sa'e to tho highcsl and Clara tiriflln, Ruth Johnson. protection to both sexes, and tho best bidder, at tho hour of 10:30, on Grade-L- ola EloIUh ndsing of tho ago of- - consent from Saturday, December 27, 1919, at the Abney, Ethel Combs, Mildred sixteen to eighteen years; tho Courthouso door in Richmond, Ky Kinnard. equipping of tho farm for delin- the following described properly: quent women with tneans for mental, A tract or parcel of land in Madimoral, physical and industrial train- -' son County, Kentucky, on tho waters THE WOMAN'S CLUB I of Jacks Creek and described at About forty members of the Club ing; and belter dlvorco laws. Fifth: That wo insist Upon all follows: Bounded on tho North by gathered in tho Log Houso on December nth for their regular, meet- our women taking an interest in our! Iho lands of T. II. Collins, on tho ing. They responded to tho roll-ca- ll County Farm, visiting tho unfortu-- j East by tho lands of John Crawford, by naming a favorito trco and nates and giving to them somo llttlo on tho South by tho lands of Pryso luxury; and that wo cooperato with Gumm and on tho West by tho its habitat. Nine new members wero rcccivc.d. the Red Cross in all its relief work. lands of Georgo Perkins and Jacks Tlio hostesses of the day Mcs- -j Creek, and containing 110.48 acres. by unanimous volo. dames Shutt, Bodkin, Dodge, Diz- -j Tho abovo described land is In a Chairmen of committees on tho ney and Miss DcBord had rhado high slate of cultivation; splendid coming bazaar reported progress. Mrs. Porter, chairman of tho the little log homo unusually at- sand stono land; raises flno hemp Civic Committee, recommended that tractive with rugs, freshly launcr tobacco, and on said premises Iho Club dispense Christmas cheer dered curtains, lighted candles, and thero is a good dwelling. and two In Hip nppdy of our community and sprays of holly. A blazing firo on splendid tobacco barns that will to tho dwellers at tho County Farm. the hearth, the mantlo piece above houso twenty acrc3 of tobacco. Mrs. Oodhey, chairman There is very llttlo of such land of the banked willi beautiful dried grasses, poiitttiilfpp nn Health and Social gavo a very homeliko atmosphere on tho market in this county. And Hygiene, read an oxcellcnl paper in which ti enjoy tlio tempting the judgment in this case is hero coffee and sandwiches with which referred to for a moro particular and made the following recommenour genial hostesses crowned their description of this land and part dations, which wcro adopted: First: Thai wo bring to Bcrca hospitality. thereof. to speak to us Miss Lloyd Lealp, Terms: Said land will bS sold on COMMISSIONER'S SALE chairman of tho committee, on a credit of nine, sixteen and twonty-fo- ur Health and Social Hygiene. months, the purchaser being reSecond: That we emphasize the It. P. Hoskins, Admx. Plaintiff quired to cxecuto salo bonds payavs. need in our community of a quaranble to the. Commissioner with aptine law against all communicable Southern National Bank & Co proved security and bearing 0 por-ce- nt diseases, nearly all diseases being fendants. interest from day of salo unnow so classed. Pursuant of judgment and order of til paid, with a Hen retained on the Third: Thai wc distribute a on the South land until said bonds and interest health bulletin. sale entered in thd above styled ac- aro fully paid. Fourth: That we assist in pro- tion, by the Madison Circuit Court R. B. TERRILL curing the passage in Kentucky of at its October Term, 1019, tho unMaster Commissioner. Madison some very important laws, among dersigned Commissioner will expose Circuit Court. Blue Grass Farm! FOR SALE W. F. KIDD ' - friends. Can't you add one of theso children to your Christmas list? Not only but your friendship will mean to such a child a new belief in the Providence of God, a new lovo and thankfulness, and will he'p to wipe out the' memories of horror ' oiid suffering and tho unlhinkablo atrocities which these children have witnessed. To becoino a "godparent" to a child, or to mako a Christmas donation, write to Mrs. Walter S. Brewster, Chairman of tho Special Campaign Committee of this organization, who will mail a booklet of ttanslaled Jeltcrs from somo of tho little, children already helped, to anyono who will send a stamped, envclopo of business size to her at Room 928. 410 S Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois. the-won- cy ed newspaper: An average hbg weighs 220 pounds. 01 this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) is meat and lard. when we pay 15 a pound for live hogs, we are really paying more than 21 a pound for the meat which we will get from these animals, even after taking into account the value of the But people show a preference for d of the whole the pork only chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts So, ts. ATAUCHON Saturday, Dec. 13, '19 at 10:30 o'clock a. m. 3-C- lark one-thir- PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Prin. County Farms-- 3 Tract No. 1 1 from juicy hams. This means that when we are selling Premium bacon at 43'i per pound wholesale and Premium hams at 30, there are other parts for which we get as low as 6 or 8 per pound. The net result is an average profit to us of a pound. less than The choice cuts are higher because of a demand for them. Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the entire hog or about 1 6 th is usually marketed at once. The rest must be pickled, cured, or smoked. This takes months, and adds to the costs which must be met. t Swift & Company, tf.S.A. THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES Of THE AVERACE DOLLAR RECEIVED BY 'SWIFT I2.96t est J from the i ciNta it ruoroK thi UVI ANIMAL It. ciNt ran iao miitai iimkii andBCMAINI 1.04 CINI WITH . SWIFT mi or mii N0ar aaooucii & COMPANY 1 Christmas songs and choruses aro growing in interest under tho leadership of Mrs. Charles Burdetlo and Miss Graco Cornelius. Miss Baldwin of tho Foundation School of Bcrca, Collego gavo a reading to tho school, Monday, at chapel. Mr. Rutherford Roberts, Commonwealth Attorney of tho Hazard district, brought grcotings from upper Kentucky River. A good program was rendered at Association, tho Parent-Teache- rs' Tuesday evening. Tho splendid drill by tho primary class testified to tho ofTlcicnoy of oir primary teacher, Mrs. Will Clark. Special mmio by Mrs. Burdetto and MIm Cornelius was enjoyed by all. Prof. Charles D. Lewis adaptol bis address to tho piactlcal needs of tho Association. Prof. Henry RItter, Misses Anna Hacknoy and Ora Carpenter havo supplied for Mrs. Simon Munoy whilo alio nurses a enso of measles for Master Charles Munoy. Miss Fairchlld and Mrs. Clark entertain, Friday at 2:00 p. m., In tho school auditorium, to raiso fund) for Xmas presents for first and second grados. Tho following Is tho honor roll for tho fourth month of school. We, as agents for Jas. W. Scott and Waller Powell, wili sell their farms, on the premises, containing I07acres to be subdivided into 3 tracts, situated just beyond the city limits on East Broadway, Winchester, Ky., Contains 50 acres with good houe, stock barn 28x54, with silo attached, meat house, buggy house, hen house, good cistern, cellar, orchard and about acre in strawberries. Tract No. 1 Tract No. 2 Contains 34 acres, extra good house, good barn 32x32 garage, hen house, extra large cistern, two screened porches, well fenced, close to gas five-room Tract No. 2 and electric lines. Some fruit. Land lays good and all in grass. ' Tract No. 3 Contains 23 acres of unimproved land, 8 acres in wheat, 10 acres in plowed for tobacco next, year. This tract is just out of the city limits and clover, 5 acres has a beautiful building site. Tract No. 3 Each of these tracts are well watered and well fenced, will make ideal suburban homes. Just outside of city limits no city taxes only a few such homes to be had. TERMS 10 Per Cent Day of Sale and Balance on Easy Terms See Auctioneer Scott and Adcock Col. H. R. Watts WINCHESTER, KY. First Grade-N- oel At t COMPANY MMT Cruso, Vernon Abney, Lawer-onc- o Riohmond, Paulino Dorthlok. Second Grade Tage Six THE CITIZEN Doccmlior II, 1019. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that odds lo your general education. Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR T0UN0 LADIES Homo Soience, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. N FOR YOUNG MEN money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home. Science WHAT TO DO WHEN SUGAR IS SO j tlicm through a food chopper; placo HARD TO GET in n saucepan with ono cupful of wnler, and boll for 11 vo minutes. A few years ago when a ccrlaln Ilemovo from llio firo nid add llio university mado n survey of llio food rest of Iho Ingredients. When cold, consumed In working families of II is used In Iho fntno way as ininco-mea- l. This makes a very good moderate means, it was discovered EQUIPMENT FOR ROAD WORK Tractors, Roller, Concrete Mixer and Other Implement to De Returned From France. (Prvpurtd by the Unltt Stales Depigment of ARrU'uIture. At the rro,uet of the depnrttnent of sericulture, the wnr department has ordered to be returned from France ns soon ns possible n large quantity of engineering equipment to he dlstrlh-- ' uted by the department of ngrlcntture, through the bureau of public mad, to the Mates for ue In the ronMructlon nnd maintenance of federal aid high-ways. The equipment will be dlstrlh-- j uted to the Mntes wllbnut charge. In accordance with recent legislation empowering the socretnry of wnr to turn I over to the sccretnry of agriculture surplus military equipment not needed for military purposes hut vnluable In work. The hlRhwny construction equipment will be apportioned on the basis of the allotments In the federal nld rond act, In the same wny that 20,000 army motortrucks are now being distributed by the bureau of public roads nt the request of the state highway department. The equipment which the secretnry of war has been requested to return from France Includes about 1X00 cater-- ' pillar tractors; about UX) rond rollers, steam and rbk driven; and a large number of concrete mixers, road graders, elevating graders, rock cnih- - j ers, Industrial locomotives. Industrial rallwny track, dump cars, steam dwv- els, hoisting engines, electric motors, and quantities of smaller equipment. In his letter requesting the return of this equipment the secretary of , 1 i j j ' j nnd supplies listed nre made nVitllahlt, It will facilitate highway construction and thereby stimulate the employment of labor." PEOPLE PORTABLE HOGHOUSE HAS ITS ADVANTAGES By Aid of One Horse It Can Be Moved Around Farm. Farmer May Conttruct Pen for Pig In HI Own Back Yard-Gr- ound Underneath I Kept In Fertile Condition. Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School j In General Education for those Hot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No natter what your present advancement, we can put you with other like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement. A portable hoghouse, fnshloned like a tent for summer camping, nnd trans For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going ported from place to place by means thru College and desire mora general education. It also give Is the latest of a chnln and single-tree- . oddity In hoghouse construction. Its the best general education for those who wish a good start lo qunlntncss, however, docs not nrgue study and expect to carry it on by themselves. agnlnst Its practicability. The farm cr may construct this home for piggy In his own back yard with This gives excellent training for those who expect to teach. This the proper specifications and mnterl courses arc so arranged thai young people can teach through tho al. It should be built of summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, plank. The opening should face south. thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. The floor Is 8 feet wide and 0 feet from front to back, nailed to three runners or skids. The skids may be This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, built of lumber or poles 0 Inches In dl nmeter and flattened on one side, to Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subject. The which the floor Is nailed. A hole bored Academy is now Berea's largest department. through the front end of the outer skids will give access to the chain and single-treto which a horse or team Is hitched. rnis is me crown or me wnote Institution, ana provides sunaaro A piece of courses in all advanced subjects. material supports the outer edges of the top of the A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For agriculture said: floor to prevent the house from spread' highway construction program ing at the bottom. twenty-fiv- e years the board ha remained the same in Berea, but the 'The which the federal government nnd the' The sides of the house are built of unusual situation in which the whole country And itself now makes states propose to begin Immediately Is ' six pieces of plank 8 feet it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past tho largest public undertaking con-- 1 long, nailed to a piece of lying teraplated In the near future. H of- flat 0 Inches from the top of the plank, All students do some work with their hands from six to sixfers an Immediate field for the em-- another 314 feet from fife top, nnd a teen hours a week as janitor or in the farm, carpenter shop, printployment of labor nnd the ue of maing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce. etc., and receive pay which terials that wilt help to stabilize busireduces their expenses. nlong a number of lines. ness The young man or young woman can get an education Any work has been expanded so suddenly at Berea if there is the will to do so. that It has not been possible to make adequate provision for furnishing the PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent necessary equipment, nnd previously by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follow: all the available supply was absorbed 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course tho amount wo were lo use. Sugnr is ob tainable now. in small amounts, but ni what n cosll The danger now Is that wo may buy llio sugar our spoiled appolllcs cry for nnd Ihnn rut down llio i(ost of tho other foods like milk nnd fruils, which nro so much moro necessary lo our nno-lhird that far moro money than was nec- nilnco-mosubslltulo. Pumpkin Patties essary was used for fals and sugars. Into a howl put ono pint of cooked During tho war wo found out that good health could )w maintained and slflod pumpkin. Add half a oven when our sugar was cut down cupful of corn syrup, half n leant good health. 4th Door Berea's Normal School 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course j 6th Door Berea College 1 ; able-bodi- ed Expenses for Boys Incidental Fee Hitch Horse to this Pig Pen and It Can Board, seven weeks Be Conveniently Hauled Anywhere. piece nailed edgewise 11 Inches from the bottom. .A right-angl- e block Inch will serve as n brace at of each end of the under side of the house. The long piece of will serve as a "safety-first- " measure for piggies whose careless mother would Just bb soon flop down on her brood as In a puddle of mud. The materials required are 12 pieces by 10 feet for the sides, of back and floor of house; 0 pieces of by batten; 3 pieces 12 feet for the framework; 2 pieces by 12 feet for the rail or guard; 1 piece Inch by 10 feet ; for the 3 poles for skids; nails. The cost will probably be about $12. The advantages of a portable hog house are apparent. The house can easily be moved from spot to spot, per mitting the ground underneath to keep In a fertile condition! The pigs enjoy being moved about and reciprocate by taking on flesh. S. R. Winters, in Pop ular Science Monthly. 10-fo2by-8-inc- h saddle-boards- Winter Term ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ COO VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION col.l.ril 7.00 7.20 $ 5.C0 Room 7.20 10-50 7.20 10.50 8 20.70 1050 30.70 1050. $ 47.20 $ 7.00 7.20 15.00 i Amt. duo December 31, 1010 Board six weeks, due Feb. 4, 1020.. Tolal for Term Incidental Fee noom Board, six weeks Amt. duo December 31, 1010 Board, six weeks, due Feb. 1, Tolal for Term 1020 5 28.70 10.50 15.20 1050 $ 10.20 $ 0.00 7.20 15.00 Expenses'for Girls 3 5.00 7.20 15.00 $ 27.20 15.00 $ 12.20 SL "' .. $ 28.20 15.00 $ 43.20 $ 20J20 15.00 s ' A j $ 11-2- 0 This does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expanses la Addltloa to Incidental Traction Engines and Trains. by the demands of the wur department. ' "I am sending you this list as a result of a conference which I have Just held with the executive of the American Association of State Highway ofllclnls. at which It was represented that the various states are very anxious to secure additional equipment the kind Indicated. ... of "I am thoroughly In sympathy with the efforts that are being made by the war department to aid returning In securing employment, and I am convinced that. If the equlumeut sol-dle- CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.50 1.57, No. 2 yellow $1X31.55, No. 3 yellow $1.50 01.02. No. 2 mixed $t.C21.53. No. a mixed $1.5001.52, white car (new) $1.401J8, yellow ear (new) $1.4.19 1.47, 81.50, $3230. white Sound Hay Timothy per ton $27 U cloxer mixed $20030.7.1, clover IV.ie, centralized creamery extras Kxtra flrsts dinary, finds 74ct 07c. Kggs Live cho,ce MVS 08.1c. No. a 83 0 84c, No. 2 mixed 8383Ue, 3 mixed 82ti83c. jNo. Butter, Egg and Poultry. Butler Whole milk creamery extras ,?.atoT.y,-.- firsts 09c, seconds 73c, COc, fancy dairy 78c, or- 78c, firsts Fowls 4 Vt H and 3VS lhs 10c, rooster 10c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 32c, young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 37c. Live Stock. Cattle Shipper $10.50015, butcher good to steers, extra choice $10.5001150, common to fair $0,500(10; heifers, extra $12013, good to choice $0.50012: common to fair $O0l; cows, extra $9.50010.50, good to choice $7.5009.50, stockers and feeders $0.50012. ' Calves Kxtra $18.75010, fair to good $14018.50, common and large $0 lit. shipper heavy Hogs Selected packers and $13.75, good to choice butchers $13.70, medium $13.75, common to choice heuvy fat sows $00 $12.25, light shippers $13.60013.75, plgn (110 lbs and less) $10013.25. roultry over 25c, under $11.00 $13.00 512.00 Stenography and Typewriting 11.00 12.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) COO 5.50 Bookkeeping (brief course) G.50 Business course for students in other departments: 0,00 825 0.75 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour- 0.00 550 use of instrument FARMERS UP TO EMERGENCY Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1.05 1.80 1.05 Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. What They Did to Win the War and Save World From Starvation In no ca3c Will special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per week. Told by Houiton. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be Washington, Detf. 6. In his annual report. Issued this afternoon. Secretary in school the full year, by all mean? they should enter for a course durof Agriculture Houston tells In a brief ing the winter and spring terms. way how the farmers of America The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers helped to win the war and are saving and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter the world from starvation by marvel-ousl- y months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can Incrensed production of foodgotten for least money. stuffs. He snys the wheat crop for be a million bushels 1910 Is estimated at Applicants must bring or snd testimonial showing that they ar over that of 1018 and that of corn above 15 years old, In good health and of good character. This may b bushels over the Inst year's. In meat production, also, the record signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabls figure of last year will be exceeded, teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, and the same is probably true of milk, Crop yields per eggs and ioultry. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN. Berea, Ky. acre, says Mr. Houston, show nn upward tendency, due largely to better methods and better machinery. PUBLIC WELFARE CONFERENCE Among other recommendations made COVER CROPS SOIL BUILDERS AT LOUISVILLE by the secretary are: Tho building up Tho triple conforenco which closed n system of personal credit unions; of recently in Loulsvillo marked a now expansion of existing facilities and Three South Carolina Farmer erating With County Agent-- One deparluro in social wolfaro work in activities for aiding farmers In marGood Rotation. keting; continuation of present policy this State. It was tho first tlmo that of federal participation In rond build cooperatTo build up thin soil Is a problem various organizations havo stock-yard- s ing; regulation nnd control of which demands the attention of the ed in a Joint program. und packinghouses; protection Tho Americanization Conference, of consumers ngnlnst mlsbrandcd and county ngent in Lexlnptou county, ndulterated feeds and fertilizers and South Curollnn. Threo runners In one tho National Consumers' League, the with him Kentucky Conforenco of S'oolal Incrensed support by states for rural community uro by growing cover crops, und uro con- Work became ono and worked toschools. ducting demonstration extending ovei gether. DAIRYMAN NOT SOIL ROBBER several years. One of these men, who Tho most important things that rehas been working on the suhjvet for sulted from llio meetings of tho Contiro years, has followed this rotation He Not Only Studies How to Feed HI vention woro those: on ono pleco of lund : Cow, But Also How to Main First: Tho cslablshmont of a Corn nnd velvet beans or cowpeas, tain Fertility. followed by small grulo, followed by prccedont for nctlvo cooperation cowpeas ufter grain hus been Imr ventsooial agencies In tho future. (Prepared by the United Bute Depart ed, then crimson clover, or hairy vetch Much of this cooporatlvo spirit Is ment of Agriculture.) The dairy farmer not only studies und rye, followed by cotton or grain. tho result of tho organization of tho This rotutlon iius bevii kept up until Kentucky Cooperative Council last how to feed his cow, but how to feed his land. He Is not a soil robber, us the lund, which wus very thin, U now f producing ouo uud bales of June. he realizes that the farmer who reSecond: Tho crystallization of a cotton uu ucre. duces the fertility of his land rob public sentiment In favor of a num- without reason, since he steals from Co-o- p cn ouo-Uul- Fall U'inltr fee Basin It Is very posslblo lo continue lo have dossorls. candy nnd rakes with lllllo or no sugar. This will mean llioupht and earn on Hie pnrl of the, housekeeper, but It will pay her lo mo In thinking out spend more ways lo substilulo syrup for sugar, selecting those foods rnntnining natural supar. and in searching llio recipes of magazines, old and now, that will help her lo still givo hor family desserts, sllll makn cookies nnd randy for llio children, rather than Just give up and say "wo ran do without Jus! as well as not." II is Iruo wo ran do with far less than we used lo, but wo do not need to go to tho other oxtrcmo and do willinul entirely. Especially al this season of llio year wo should know of a few good desserts and randies slices. Mini will make ihe children hap-- ! Sweet Potato Pudding 2 cupfuls or potato pulp pier and will also help to nil otir cupful of butter subslllulo hungry families In a substantial and 'ft cupful of syrup healthful wny. Next week's ClU-jzVi rupful of lino crumbs will contain candy recipes, usM cupful of milk or water ing lilllo or no supar. M . K. Diz- -, I Inhlespoonful ncy. of cornstarch 3 loaspoonfuls or cocoanul Suet Pudding 1 tonspoonrul Vt cup suet of salt Vi nip molnsses H leaspoonful of cinnamon Vt cup sweet milk (or water) Whites of 2 eggs Vt leaspoonful soda Mix the cornstarch with llio milk, IVj rnp (lour and Tidrl to the potato pulp with softened hullor fSubslltulo, syrup, H leaspoonful rinnamnn leaspoonful nlspico sail, and cinnamon. Last, lightly whip in Iho Vt teaspnnnfuj salt whites of eggs; place In greased pudding dish, Vt run raisins Chop suet very lino (uso wooden sprinkle crumbs on top, mixed wilh howl nnd chopping knlfo or food cocoanul, and bake until browned Add dry ingredients and done through about thirty chopper1. sifted together heat well, aim minutes. Serve hot or cold. Steamed Truit Pudding raisins. Sleam in well greased coiTeo cans or in angel rood pan, tor 2 cupfuls of dried peaches, apples or plums two hours. 2 cupfuls of flour Prune Pudding Onn cupful nnd a half of pilled cupful or milk of prunes, lhroo lablespnonfuls 2 lahlespoonfuls or shortening honey, threo tablespoonfuN of melt2, epps which wore put down during the spring ed lull lor, one epp, one cupful of I Inhlespoonful baking powder hullor milk, one leaspoonful of bakM leaspoonful of salt ing soda, half a rupful of flour, half I loaspoonful or cinnnmon a lonspoonfiil of salt, half a Vj leaspoonful of nutmeg of almond exlrnrl, and ono rupful of rolled oats. Mix all toWash and soak llio rruil overgether, pour into a buttered mold, night; drain. If in largo halves or cover wilh a bultered paper, and quarters, cut into small pieces; add sleam for two hours and a half. the dough, which Is mado as folTurn out; decorate with stars of lows: Sift the flour, baking powwhipped cream flavored wilh ono der and sail into n howl; add th leaspoonful of vanilla and half a milk, well beaten eggs, shortening leaspoonful of lemon extract. Serve, nnd spices ; mix well ; add Iho wilh hoi milk. fruit; put inlo a well greased mold or kctlle. Placo in a sauco pan of Mock Mince Pies 1 boiling water nnd steam for two cupful of seeded raisins hours. Servo in a shallow bowl 2 cupfuls of finely cut apples 2 lablcspoonfuls of rhoppod beef with a fruit sauco mado from two cupfuls of fruit julco which was suet put up when canning fruit during '4 leaspoonful of cinnamon Vt Hie summer. leaspoonful of giiipor Bring the Julco to a boll; ndd enough cornstarch to Vt leaspoonful of salt Vt cupful of brown supar thicken nnd sugar lo taslo. Servo Wash and dry Ihe raisins; put loth pudding and sauco while hot. 1 ar en spoonful or sail, two lablespoon-ful- s of broad or enkn onimlis, half a laldospoonrul of mWlod butter subslllulo and ono lonspnonrul or orango extract. Lino n few pally pans with plain palry, fill wilh llio pumpkin mlxluro nnd hako In n hot oven for twcnly-fiv- o minutes. If liked tho paltlcs may ho decorated with a little whipped and sweetened cream. Date Loaf Threo cupfuls of flour, half a cupful of butter, half a toaspoonful or snlt, ono compressed yensl cako. half n rupful of milk, two eggs, ono rupriil or chopped dates and half n etiprul of Sultana raisins. Sift tho flour and tho salt into a warm basin. add the raisins and dates. Boat tho milk and butler together, then cool slightly nnd mix with tho yeast cake. Pour them among Iho flour nnd add the eggs well beaten. ICnead lightly nnd allow to raise for one hour. Knnnd again with a ll'.tlo flour nnd put in n bullerod tin. Allow to raise for one-ha- lf hour. Bake In n liol oven for tlireo-qntors of an hour. When cold cut in ' stIIT-hcnt- cn 1 her of deflnito legal reforms in the Slato. Hero arc some of them: The Goncral Assombly will bo urged to crcalo a Department of Public Wclfaro directed by n commission whoso duty will bo to look after tho health and common wclfaro or both Iho strong and tho defective in tho Stalo. The Government will bo urged to appoint a social scrvico commission whoso duty will bo to asscmblo and harmonizo tho recommendations of various agencies and individuals and non-partiz- an Slato aid district sanaloriums for the caro and Iroalmont of peoplo suffering wilh tuberculosis. Appropriation of moro monoy for strengthening tho work of the Stalo Board of Hoallh and for nnylng belter salaries io school teachers. Among tho very ploasitig features of Iho Conference wcro the singing dono by Mr. Raymond naub of thn Camp Community Service, and tho old southern plantation songs sung by n doublo qunrtot from Lincoln thus preparo a carefully thought-ou- t legislative program of sooial servicn lo bo prosontcd Institute. Beauty is moio than skin deep, according lo tho United Slnles Public sembly. Health Service. Natural beauty is This program would include, usually a sign of health that comes among other things, tho following: from keeping tho body clean and Chango In method of certification getting plenty of outdoor exercise. of school leachors. Chango in method of selecting A decayed tooth Is far moro danSlato Superintendent and County gerous to tho health than a fly In Superintendents of schools. tho soup, says tho United States Raising tho ago of consent to 18, Public Health Scrvico. Visit the nnd raising ago of consent for mar-ria- dentist regularly. Keep tho teeth 12 to 16 for girls and from clean. from 14 to 18 for boys. working Legalizing tho Thousands of children nro killed day and establishing a minimum every year because parents say, wago for women in Industry. "They will have it anyway," and Purchasing farms and establish- permit llio llttl'n onos to cxposo ing homes for Iho care and training themselves to whooping cough, of mental defectives, both while and measles and' scarlet fever, says the colored. United Statos Public Health Service. Establishing and maintaining with to tho General Asgo himself. December 11, 1010. l'HK CITIZEN Pago Seven mrtevE umroiN intunatiomi SfiNMSdlOOL Lesson IH V II, KIT.WATKIl. Teacher of Knailiti IllbU In Hi IIILI Inatlluta of Chicago.) Ifopytlthl, 1)11, UV.l.rn ttl'.V D. Moody tlnlnnl P., Nmrif LESSON FOR DECEMBER 21 THE KINGDOM OF THE PHINCE OF PEACE. I.KfMON UOI.DKN TKXT-Iial- ah II. nam from their Itia Mat, I I'UIMAItY TOPIC-T- ho the llahjf Jraua Jiiui, TEXT Thou ahitlt call hli for he ahall lave hli people 21. Wl Men Villi JUNIOIt TOI'IC-lliitiKl- nit ill. INTKHMKIIIATK TOPIC-T- he llrlgn of the I'rlnre of I'eare HCNinit AND AUtM.T TOIMC-IVr- ma. nrnl World Tear Whin the Prince of Trace Hli all HelKn (llfli 10 J, It will no; he brought nliout througf Improved social romlltlona or even n Leagur of Nntlona. tint by the per annal coming hikI reign of the I'rlnre of Pence, Ilii l.ord Jeaita Clirlat. It la Hip kingdom which Daniel Mild tin. Coil of heitxon ahonlil let up (Dun. '2:44. !..: 7:1.T 14). I. The Lineage of the King (v. 1). He i of royal stock, lli seed of Dnvlil. birth look plure nearlj 2.00(1 yenra ago Thin Chrlatlnna sen miii la ii memorial of It. II. The Gift! and Power of the King r. 2). These result from thi -t Itic upim ti tit of Hie Spirit of lli liril. Iternue of tlil endowment he l equipped in ndmlnlslcr ilii affair of tli kingdom. A sixfold ehanirterlxatlnti of Hie Spit It'a gifts show till' rnmpletrn.'s of fh equipment. 1. Tilt-- Spirit of the Uirtl. Thl title shows Hint ho la !o lie quiilltlrd for hla work by divine lnplmtlin. 2. Thi aplrlt of wisdom. Up la mil tilsrlent. Only a king of such wisdom run rule nvpr Hip whole pnrth. .1. TIip aplrlt of iinilpratanillni. muplod with wisdom glra discernment nml discrimination 4. The aplrlt of counsel. Thla means rlnllhtlPaa. the (flft of making decisions. .1. The rplrlt of tnlKlit. Thla means thp ability to execute hla decisions. Of rlaloiia would he of little vnlllt- - with nit Hip nlilllty tn eiccute them. (L TIip aplrlt of knowledge. Thla refers to hla referent attitude toward rI )n till (iirMinna ocrnalon let n tnke n forward look Into the golden age which la nhrad of ua. It la of which the wisp of nil ages have spoken nml the porta have stttiKv Coil. III. The Nature or Character of the Klng'i Rule (vr. 1. A quirk understanding In tin- - fenr lie will hnvr ability of tlie Uird. qiilckly tn discern Oodly fenr In tlie ruimnn lipnrl. He "III 2. An unerring Judgment. not Judge aficr iip'iirnnrt". 3. Ahlllly to render decisions nr (online to tlie inerlta of the cne. Hla decisions will not he luiaril on hrnrsny nor on plmilhlllty. tint on knowledge. 4. Impartial Judgment of the Mnr. TIip tline 'a coming when the poor will get Justice. .1. Heproof with equity for the meek. Jesus said Hint Hie meek shall Inher first-han- Advantage There's A Five-Fol- d In Its Appetizing Milk Goodness a INfold goodness that makes a direct appeal five- Crusader Milk Bread there's so extremely palatable that keeps plates and hands coming back for more. It is milk that adds to the enjoyment of It Hp shall smite the earth with the rod of hla moutlr. When he rome the earth will be utterly Irked. Apoa tnay will he manifest on every hnnd III hleaaed reign will lie naliered In hy the Judcment of tin nntlona (Matt ft. the rnrlli. to hungry appetites at every meal and between meals. every bite. That goodness content. porous. 2.r.:.1Mrt). IV. The Harmony Kingdom (vv. (V0). is It is milk due to the rich milk that makes the texture And it is milk that makes this bread truly nourishing. Children thrive on it. and Peace of the of Crusader Bread so even, smooth arid It is milk which makes the crumb lighter and which gives it that delicious creamy flavor. It is milk that makes Crusader Milk Bread Thla hnrmony will prftiill In Hip relntlonahlp of men mid will he extended tn Hip animal kingdom. War will bp no more. The row and tlie hear will feed together; the linn will eat itrnw. not fledi. The aurkliiR child will aport with the mot ileadly aer pent, rnriidlap will Indeed he reatored Thla will he inndp poaalhle tliroupli the peraonal lelgn of the Slewdiili In Jerilfnlcin. (v. 0). V. How the Kingdom Will Be Set Up (vv. lO lrt). 1. The elevation of Hip King (v. 10). Ilia elevation will hp a sign to Hip tin Hona; to thla algn Hley will respond The only way to hrlng unity among the nntlona la to exnlt .IeUH Clirlat. 2. Tho rogutlierlng of Iarnd (.vv. 11 12). (lilt from the nntlona of the earth Israel and Israel will he iuillierrd. Jiidali will unite under Hip one king In the rlty of .lerunlem. 3. Knvy will disappear from Kphralm and Juihih (v. 1.1). When they fee him and are Joined tn him the trllial an tlpathy will disappear. 4. There will he physical change which will alter Hip surface of the earth (w. 15. HI). When redemption will have heen completed not only the spirits of men will he In accord, hut there will he harmony In the animal will he hroughl world, and chance about In the earth Itielf which will make It lit for the condltlona under which men will then live. No man can get a hleaalnf and keep It all to hltnaelf without having It like atagnant water In M aoul; but tf It overflow to others It ahall become Order a large or small loaf from your and learn how good it is, grocer from its crisp, tender brown crust to the last morsel. A real surprise awaits you. to-d- ay NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Jdilfe Btre ad LARGE AND SMArJL, LOAVES FOR SALE BY BETTER GROCERS Cms ader Blenlnge. a perennial aprlng to hlmaelf and to the world. Wilton Merle Smith. Opportunity. Opporlunltlea approach who use them. Kuiemou. Tho Broad Hat, A broad hat does not only those itlwaa COTtr a teneruble head. Pago Eight iHR CITIZEN Y December II, 1010. fed a broken Oil Fire Sweep Acres of Territory. N them, I'elei I'm.. Itounslicll, Wednesday night. Mr. Wichita Fnll.x, Texan. One limn was Jaw. and, Mrs. Alex Lllllo visited Mr. AMERICAN NAVY-EFFICIENCkilled, a number receded minor burns nnd Mrs. J, M. Morgan, Sunday. Newport. The number of a pistol nml n Ins which will exceed $1,000,000 Success to Tho Citizen. reunited In nn nil lire which swept SO taken of James McChord, arrested NOTED acres of proven oil territory on the out lien', caused him to he aecued of n Earnestvillo Hryantsville, Dec. W. K. skjrts of Waggoner City nhtl destroyed $10,000 Jewelry rohhery at Trenton, N. J. Davis lias boon qullo lit tho past n large part of that town. Acreage In lnf.l In full by the writer. The nam No mtnpmilfnrt pubtlthul unl V week. Miss Dclllo Scolt nnd Miss ACHIEVEMENTS OF FLEET LAUD. this field In owned hy n luunlier of plaUlr. (leoriretiiwii. Iiuls I'.oyle wns acciIt not for putittotlon. but t an rldnc of Kd faith. Write When the tunl; Kaitern companies. Fannin Dowdon, with Mr. nnd Mrs. ED BY DANIELS iN HIS REPORT In the Ice by Cm' exploded n wove of hurtling oil rodo dentally shot Duncnn, nllcndcd church nl Nlcho-b- is .lone whfle hunting, nnd'ltuhcrt OnliS PREPARED FOR WILSON. down the surface of the family In a short tlmo for Ohio. nsvllle. whrre the nov. harroll, of wns shot by Ids hrother.Miear lleecli-wooROCKCASTLE COUNTY streets, setting lire to everything with Hardin Taylor nnd wlfo havo gone Waro. Texas, Is holding a series of Dlsputanta which It ciiine Into contact. The hulk Zlllnh Dawes ha. Dlsputnnla, Dec. 8. The Ifcv. I Hamlllon. Ohio, to work. Grant mcetlngs-M- N3 Made Oy the Secre- of the business section of the town Maysvllle, Twivinontlhold pie I'aylor left Sunday for Hamuion, returned from Louisville, whero Ricrromendatlons flnnrfrn r.lilldrn4 lina moved to Ilrod tary for the Betterment of the Serv. was destroyed, according to report re- lionuht from Mlnier Donovan hy John wifo shn .,.,, nin min.t 0r mi., nunnnn limn! -- .nnrirn nnlifT lin moved to Ohio. Jackson Marshall nnd Included Extension of trjo Course ceived here. lee WINon Knt nway tile "mine night nnd at the Nnval Academy to Five Years. Minister Killed When Train Hits Auto. mado their way seven tulles In their his fnrm in ScaiTold Cane, which ho visited on Lower Wolf Creek fromiMrs noR!m naiiard very dollghl- Tuesday. Hobart fully rnto'rlalncd n. number 'of Indies piirohased from Dr. Lewis nt Wil- - Saturday until Baltimore, .Mil. Tile New York mid mother. Hlo. .Ins. Wolfe has moved to the Anderson nnd sister, Rose, mado a n( a iwpvc o'clock dinner, Friday, Wrutfrn Neiwpaprr Union' 'Nwi flervlc Washington express, on the I'cuusyl-vnnl-: Incomparably stronger Washington. Ilarrodshurs. While testing a car Mrs, j, Williams and children farm located by George Oatiff. j business trip to Boonovillc, Wednillroad. which wns due in ntnl more cHlelent than ever hefole the repair shop, llmwn to Mr. and Mrs. Joe GallfT a nesday. Wendell McCollum spent apon, ThanksKivlng with her slslor 'truck nn untomohlle nt Hen-gl- Just out nf compmitou (leorge n teleBorn from the' and three rammed .Mil.. 10 mile from this city. Itcv. Tuesday night with his grand- -, in Louisville Virgil Proullt Is American navy emerged to boy, named Joseph Wilburn. Born mily that of Wllllnm II. Mell, ii world war "second pole, ami life machine was minister of the phone vory n wlh pnCumon1a.-am- cs ( i to Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. Chas- - mother, Mrs. Emily McCollum. Itrltnln Mini fur In advance of wrecked. uibko nnu auss nnuucuu Durham has moved to tho Joel Mar- - nny other foreign unvy In ships. In men Methodist Hplscopul Church, who was leon. a boy. Leo McGuirc, of Palnliunnriic . form. fwh p.,,-- 1. v,n,m.i n w i il In every element of strength," Set' In the machine, win killed Instantly. Aanvllle. W. II Kdwhril Is market. Lick, was visiting relatives hero Mcuoiium were married on novcm- Daniels declared In Id Iiib ginseng raised (fi bis garden, the reiury .Insephus ... Annoy, who bor 27, in tho presence- - of a few rol- - swope's fnrm for lho sum 6f last week. Mrs. R. T. . ........ -- I .J . O..H.. Ii- - . i.l price having risen to $7i0 per pound " """ O. 1. .J ' "" .. " " "" .'. ,mrl u". has boon visiting her parents at alivos and friends. A bounteous Mr. Swone has bought a largo tract u Anaconun. .iinni.. ino i '"' " capiiai Huntington. West Virginia, has re- supper was served immediately nr.iami in .Mississippi nnu willr movo ,ir,.N(t,mK,m nml l snips--- battle siikt-- i- ennda Standard, ono uec i. oldest Ann since exportation to China became of tho endsslant dallr pnictlcnhlc. lho ceremony, which was per- tlfero soon. W. K. Davis was In turned homo. Myrtle Hart Is visit- after In Montana, In a state-all represent' Kowspnpen under ing hor grandmother, Mrs. Pclcr formed by Elder J. W. Andorson. Lexington sovcral days last week, ii.K the "lst wonl" la naval construe-lion- , mcnt announced Its suspension, duo to Henderson. Fount Miller, foreman McKinlcy Mcintosh died n few buying and selling tobacco. Hartslay, at Red House. Richard nnd seveml superior to any llsht-i;i- r n walkout of nil except three printers of the Southland mine, heeded the typhoid fevor. BUI w undue of masked men, who threaten vessels now In commission, the over a wage dispute. Wilds and family havr moved to and ngo of navy Is "presilng fonvnnl In gmiter ed destruction of his home If he v reHazard, whqre bo will work in tho Allen is real sick with rheumatism. CLARK COUNTY turned to work. , ililnss," Hecretttry Daniels said. roal minns.f Misses Grace nnd Gcr-truLog Lick WORLD NEWS lleconimendNtlons made hy the Anglin, of Mt. Vernon, nro Earnestvllle Log Lick. Dec. G. Tho liltlo son (Centlnasd tram rg Oot) Winchester. Commercial fur the hotterment of the ser- Interest visiting rolallves here this week. , Karnoslvillo, Dec. 2. Mr. nnd Mrs. of Mick F.lkin died, recently of ,,t Ihclliileil : Kxleiiilnn of the course uges of Korea In tholr rebellion of this city are active In the move for n nev. nan rneips, oi uopper uree, i,npan uaMiard aro tno prouu par- - measles and was buried In tho Log at the Nnval Ainriemy to live years, so against Japan, has bcon found guilty a highway to connect Winchester and e U'.g Stone ilap, Vn. is spending a fow days with friends Pn8 0f a fine girl born November ,ll, mldsiilpimn nmy spend one ccmclcry. This is tho only christened Mowry Is a Kyva ll'ghwny. hero. Dr. Robinson, of Dcrca, was 30. Mr. nnd Mrs. Colman also havo one who has died of measles In this ,''"r n"OBt ,l,ei: linmedinte of tho charge Mr. missionary and was a Presbyterian Here today to see Mrs. A. 1. Aoney,1 a ncw girl. And Mr. and Mrs.1 par, lip i0 this time. Mrs. Emma tiliirxrtncnt of the nnval estnlillsliiiieiit -Richmond. Hvlilence Iws heen lire. who is sick. Mrs. F.liza Hammond RrandCnburg nro rejoicing over ajpuckctt, who has been sick so long, nn the l'acllle Coast to take cure of warm sympathiser of tho Korean pcoplo. Just what action will now scnted to the fedenil gnilid Jurv In new Pnellle Meet: temporary was In Berea to seo her daughter, fine boy born Sunday night. Thcro, was buried last Thursday In tho Log le support of Wl arresti In Newport mid hi pay of olllcers and enlisted bo taken is not yet known Mrs. W. B. Harris, and Mrs. G. T. iwas a ca meeting at Mooro's, Mon- - Lick eemelery. She leaves a large . Covington, where violation of en, and Increases In minimus allowed Payne. last week. Mr. and Mrs. day night to elect a moderator for family to motirn her death. Robert r 1111 initiation of quarter nml other Iirohlhltlon was alleged. W. S. Payne gave the young folks tilp comlng year. Mr. Anderson, of, MeKinnoy, who came hero last fall lliiWHIIi-e- . KENTUCKY NEWS Mt. Olivet. Mrs. Vincent Knhler ren social Saturday night. All re- - Gray ;i eminent (Continued from pago ono) tfmt Was chosen. Misses from Estill County and bought n niiiinnliiiiiniis. control of ofwireless ceived prohahly fatal hums, her lltilo Kxpoitrdnti the nnport a fine limo. Mrs. Anna G. nattlo and Nannlo and brother, Rco farm, sold out recently, with lho dHtighter was seriously hurned, and Wllllrfms. of Wallaceton. visited her fiabbard, attended tho plo supper at, cxpeelatinn 0f moving to Ohio to il air sertlre nd cuntluiiatlun .f the ' . Georgetown. The farm their home was destroyed when shu iivn oi pi dley of a separate- - ulr vrv- son, Tine, last week. Sherman Travelers Rest school house Friday make his home. Mrs William re t if the navy. O'listrnctlou of new which William True paid J.'fJI nn ncrc lighted a tire with kerosene. a month apo. was "old hy him to John Swinford has purchased a nice white night. Mr. and Mrs. Willlo Dooley,1 Berryman died last Tuesday of a I'lillillifcli. Inclndlnt: a new memorial shorthorn male calf from Bige Est- - 0f srCovillc, were tho wclcomo guests eomplicalion of diseases and was Winchester. Dr. and Mrs, M S. .te( at the Vmal Academy. riHinpi Mansfield for $101 per acre. ridge, of Berea, for lho sum fit $80. nf Mrs. Marl Moore, Sunday night, buried the following day Ilniwne, who left here two weeks ngo at Duna- - t the unities of the IVireans of Navl- .Marlon. Jimmy (Hrnnlinii sufferiHt In n huggy to Mrs. Jaon W illiams, of Berea. aml (ook dinnCi, wi(l Mrs. rj. T. way's chapel . She leaves a husband llt their daughter at it'o i and Stenin Ktielticcrlnc to Per- - serious hums In Hie Clinton. Miss, bad linrln;d oxtltiKuNhlnc IVmools, passed through here last week en- - oabbard.-- Mr. ninl and Kiivliieenni; Iturenu. and Mr'. Elmer Dyo,and len children. William Gros tin ml is drvss of his little sister, who Ala- where they mailed their last can). . Sccretarj iMnlels iimile ventured too near a leaf tire. suu uur ntul s!s(crt of n.:attyville, took rem.. ior uoociu.11111 sold his tobacco in the barn i to no Hiihuat Mrs. Martha Phillips. npp with Mrg Mar, Motro Sunday, for SO cents per pound. Illcliiiinnd. The $S,Ood Jiulginent illd'.n prosram, Ashland. The 'Row John Lyons, against the I. A. R'ltallway In favor Luther Moore, or Hamilton. Ohio, amJ ,cft somo n,or, .,,,.cad lo bo We have another big tide in Rod s.tii:,meiiilatlons eil,iinliix that tho of the Vavy (ieuentl Olive Illll, ncctiMil of seditious , was with homo folks last week. wnvpn jn(o ,owcl, anf, C0VPl.i:lg. county, was of Hilna Itohlnsou, river and the creek today. Tills l imnl wen under consideration, and who has heen III, was drought Several farmers have taken ieIr.Misaog ncrlha an(1 C!ai,a purler wcro makes thrco big tides wo holding have had '.at estimates would he prepantl sihiii here hy Ids hondsmen, and his I10111I reversed, the court was due that Injury to tlui child's eye to disease lobacco to R.chmond, and report , of MrSt & A Gabbardt this fall. Turkey buyers will be- .fir iiresentatlon to Consress. was Inereiised from jfj,iVsJ to $."5,000. 1 nnd not a cinder. good priccs -S- 'ay, Rockford. have Tie- actual cist of the navy to tho E,Iis )anksglvin& mam Is gin to gather up turkeys for the' you gone to persimmon hunting?, ,vni.In .,riu nr was Maysvllle.-T- he Rllrt,onn -- ft.i mIn, .Vinas market Monday paying 30 :mon minus me Ahenleeii ferrvhonl Hy Itisittyvlllo, adopting llrerlc I . ... .. .. iiLntsI nt SlMlMilsMOiitl. lliirlntr llu. I not, wo want the news. If tins weeK. James Price is slowly cenls per pound on fool as tbev did ...... n...la ...III I' mis neen. uiiKHgeu oy me mayor asexn I: rtmiulliv r, 1 1, Kentenceil to the lteform IIMIIHIH . H.1..1I ' .... 1. . Boone nnu. iiue uiu cuy is . Tlmnl-iv-i School for seven yours improving. Ho has typhoid fever. for tak.ng t..i ni (l,,.ximaieiy ..........llK pumps, nnd Boono, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. ..M'Ki. or ,p. , ,msw, tmm hrokun-dowfrom him, W. M. Kldseivaj -stripping is now In full blast herd . mritely $4 , les tlum .he win anchor at night on this side of th- money the boy's release and will tilu Will Rich were tho guests of Mr. ' 1111 ' ai this time. for d'n-'nthe irpotnt flv river. GARRARD COUNTY ' and Mrs. Jas. Grant last Sunday. rate 111 n as his son. e- .1 year. Cot ' ijmi ihe Wallaceton Miss Mary Paynter is visiting her ;i rHor,,' d r,- ti e war th Owcilshoro. The body of Clyde MADISON COUNTY Wallaeclon, Dec. 8. Miss Grace Covington. J. Itrown, ;t), who ' sister, Mrs. Hattio Beldon, of Richrx- ao siild IIhii di:rii3 the 12 mon-l- i ' Voyles. iUI, former lieutenant, wN arresteil while J. making strenuous win panoja Gentry, who has been in Ann Arefmond, this week. Red Hamllin, of m in iiiea rroni uruiKing cnrhoiic acid, tit iKiooiir i.si " Panola, Dee. 7. Mrs. Watfon and ,1 forts to see President Wilson, Novembor and Epoufelle. Michigan, for Hamilton, Ohio, spent the week-en- d were in..ilei-- . 'these In the home of Miss Margaret I'urrueker, ber 7, nnd ask his aid lu securing bis as tho guest of Tom Johnson. Mrs Hie past ten months, came homo children, of West Irvirte. visited .ImiIisI htt deMiMiers. one Itittlesnip, nfter n cull, was sent to Hockport, part In "an estute" was brought baric Tom Johnson was shopping In Con- lal Saturday. Chester Elkin has Mrs. Lticy Cole, Sunday night and 2 .4ulmuirlnes 111. d .tl "ensle" h:iih. A Ind., for burlnl. from Washington. rei)ril for cot.irae- way last week. Wo were very his storo completed and partly Monday. Henry McGcorgo, of Brass-stock- ed nrldwms i innile tli til ivrt.tiire mi1 In Oivenshoro. Claiming he was electhas 'moved. to his farm near with a nice lino of groceries Addressing members of I'aditcali. sorry to hear of tho death of Claudis he hullllng of the Kehl In SqUHlitinu ed for four years. Judge W. V. Pink-hto- the McCrocken County Public Health Gooch, of Crab Orchard. He was and dry goods. Miss Fannio Kidd his place. Nathan Cole has sold 'Imss , in if. work'n? 4.iys. 18 contesting the accession of It. U'agiie, Dr. I. W. Covington, of Washlho son of Rev. L. D. Gooch, pastor left last Monday for Bryantsville, his farm near this place to Bally Ii. WtrtMiiM, successful si the rccciit ington, 1. C, of the health service dewhere she has accepted a position Wilson, of Casey county, for tho sum of lho Baptist church at this place. Two Killed and Score Injured, election. partment, sought the nf in the bank. Bailey Gentry, who of ?r0. I vin Richardson has moved I'huttatiooga, Twin. Two persons sympaTho bereaved ones have our the organisation In securing for this .i killed ml a score inju d has been working at Eminence. ' "le Lake Yates farm near Coylc. Mltldlesboro. J. I). Cain, of thin county nn alt time health department. thy. Henrv Counlv, for ihe past twol S'quire Walton, of Vest Irvine, ' airi.lane driven hy Aviator Hoilings-months- , place, together with Umlsvllle capitalists lave bought the .Meadnvvs-.MartIreturned homo last Monday. was in this soction Saturday. Sev-- 1 '"tU "erved Into n crowd of wtlsfactory I'nducah t'nnsually JACKSON COUNTY I'oal Co at Cary. reports followed 4he Inspection of to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard oral from this place attended Rich- -! Housley Fork lloopltal of this city by coUrt Monday.-B- ob Pearson nd Flcmlngshurg. Houslcy Fork, Dec. 7. There wa3 a bouncing 0K pound boy. on Will McCartney was examiners. Inspections are u.ada to his homo in Illl- -t when he attempted to dodge specta-- a taken to Clnrtmmtl hy Dr. 11. vember 21. Jim and Bill Elkin took "as relu-ne- d il. Skina heavy rainfall hero Saturday. year or ile- - hospital here. nice drove of cattle to Richmond nois. John Fritz was in this sec- - tors who had thronged the landing ner for an operation at a hospital twice each Wilburn Collins and Mary J. demOiiumendatlou uas given the staff of Friday, buying furs. "on field heicrashed Into a crowd standing there. nurses nml doctors. ons were recently married. Tho last Monday. Mrs. Will Henry, ot 0,1 ,m' Mv "f ,,u' landing Held. brido is the daughter of John and Dtilulh. was visiting her mother. Richmond. The hody of .Iatile Fannio Clemons, of this place, and Mrs. R. W. Elkin, Wednesday of THIRTEEN MONTHS OF TWENTY- 8,697 KILLED BY RAILWAYS Francis, 60, who died at Ids homo at the groom is a hustling farmer of last week. Miss Clara Bowlln, prac- - "GHT DATS TO MAKE A TEAR Paint Lick, was hurled la the Klch Kerby Knob. The wholo neighbor- Ileal nurse, has boon taking caro of' A bill has been Introduced In Con- Mrs. Ed Ballard's babv for two fTs t niako every mnth havo Annual Report of Interstate Commerce luond cemutery. hood joins In wishing them a long twenty-eig- ht Commission Made Public at days, and to induce n lifo of peace and happiness. Lu-ci- weeks. Miss Anna Wallace, of Bo conMaysvllle. The I'urdou-DodsoWashington, rea, was with home folks for lho new month which is to bo called test for n unit In the council has heen Durban, of Atlanta, 111., Is visitHardin Kldd and M. G Liberty. It is lo bo placod between ing his aunt near hero. Carl03 and week-en- d. Wnslilngton. Dec. 5. The casualties carried to the Court of Appeals nfter .. . t fit t i. ruiiruury aim .iiuruii. m. proviaes) on gtpnm rBlronds In connection with dismissal lu Circuit Cny;t. mis Hulchins aro buyinp tobacco in this T1 Delos Azbill. who havo been in Illinois for tho past two months, re- V'cinily. Mrs. Robert Elkin and ior .nn oays eacn year; ino ouicr uay tll0 pPrntlon of trains during the caldaughter Cynthlana. The 1018 to 8,007 turned homo Sunday. Mr. M. "T. children aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. ls provided for by Now Year Day endar year 04,144 amounted according of Kay Strove, who died from eating Injuries, R. W. Elkin. Hog killing has been which shall, not bo included in any deaths and Young's saw mill hero Is doing somo containing strychnine, Then when Leap Year to tho annual report of the Interstate medicine tablets good work now. Tobacco strip- the chief occupation for lho past month. , Commission made public. In Cincinnati, was hurled here. COmlllCrCO onmna nnnlh.. lo ofc.ll ping, corn gathering, hog killing wook. were osu persons thrown in, which shall bo called In addition thero Injured In I'arls. Hush Iteed, TlHimns Terrell White Lick aro all lho go hero now. Evercllo killed nnd 110,131 and Charles ScotMiotijtht tracts of the Whito Lick, Dec. 8. Born to "Correction Day." These two days accidents during tho year. Bongo and' wifo visited hor parents Klmhrough farm, prices bearo not year Friday night. Evorctlc is planning Mrs. James Roberts a boy, Novem- in any included In any month, nor During the calendar killed 1018, thero ing l"r. Sisn and 5'.'Hl per ai re nnd 2,332 week. were 101 employees ber 28. Ho has been chr.islencd to movo to Bobtown soon. Mr. nnd Tho advocates of this plan point Injured in coupling and uncoupling Mrs. Juot Hawkins, of Chicago, 111., Frank Harmon. Married, Decem C.vntlilana. In the local markei j'iO cars. Casualties duo to employees coinout ,. visiting Mrs. Hawkln's parents. ber 4lh, Mrs. Susie Green and Mr, .TY. the, following "advantages: . ing Into contnet with overhead nnd yearling cattle ruled at S.."0 to $ini. cro . ti saving oi lime anu mcmai 01- side obstructions, falling rrotn nnd gct 3(K) sheep nt $12,to K20 pur head, and T. L. Click has sold his farm to .Tnnir Tiosinn T.nd Tvoni-- ,vn vt wo"1(l b, ,mmienso- - All holl- Croup tory wook for tho Baptist Cam-i'P- " nK on nm, off mni resulted lo 030 hogs from $11 to SKI per hundred. Mr. Hart, of Bakersvillc, N. C Quick iclicf of lAby'i croup often paignors, and Whito Llok Daptlsl "i?3,3 antL annlversarie3 wou alwayi d(.aths and 14.C33 Injuno. Will Rceco is soiling groceries nnd ffianvlllc1. Three houses on the Lebfal1 on 'no 8am0 dW f "10 year. A forestall! s itrious lituatlon whtn this clothing at tho Bob Halo stand. A nlnireli ovor.Qiilwerin.,t (lin nmniint dreaded dutaie comet In the lats nolo given for any num-a- ll Reoroanliation of War Department. anon road were deslinjeiriiy lire rethat was allotted to It. Wo hope merry. Xmas to all Tho Citizon houri of night. Washington, D. (.'. Wnr experiences sulting from a defective Hue, and ocwccks- - monlhs' w year9 "ovo?hcr Baptist churches will go readers. uo on the samo plainly shows the necessity for" funda- cupants lost much of their ulTccis. tho lop" in givingMisses Eliza- - would always mental rcoi'iMiiiuiiioti of ihe army and 11, both and Florence Creech and Mrs. ''?' of,U, wc ll.w" Rlvn IIiino'NImig. Jim Simmon-of tho War Depariment Itself, Secre " ' v WM OWSLEY COUNTY "cs. W. M. Creech vislled Mrs. James1 "a"J . tary Nowtou I). ll.iKur declared In his found n ilynai iltc cap near V. n ' ' Ijllllllllg. ipllisl l IDMtCll to t' :Hld wuxiui sum incoontza ' Conkling ;. """y nnuuul roiiori Iiohorls, Friday aiternoon. Morris lie reconili.ended Hint MMkvra (boull krtp ir of Uramt't Vtpomcft-Ui- a CConkllng, Deo. 5. J. C. Green, Calico and Miss Amanda Calico, r V 7 . X, W l'u",uJu,, the emeigency orgiinl.ailon, reiluced lot threo tlngera of Ills left band SJf cunvtiUeiit. Wbra Ctoop OtrffltiD. Uill clTcct size, he made permanent, lvf Itbbti vtll Ulo babr'l IbfMt, artllblfal who sold his farm somo tlmo ago, Mrs. A. L. ,Davis and Miss .Loon , l. . n 1 uay . .. miM .. , to peace-tim- e cUm thi sxUf Iboiml. will rclint Um cboklnf Nlclinlasvllliv Charles Keiiney Duni tuo nrai J " ui 11- year. luzz.. wiLi- i- nnn nmiroviii... ueiierni xinir i.in fnr hid ine if. . mpa .1 t viKiinii Mi- nnu profiuilt If ttlul llfrp. Tutl ti. Bleu coniriiuiB. will lcavo about tho 15th with his iiiiL-iican, 7, wns Jin1 oIT while riding Ins a regular chtalillshmeiit "adciiuatu In WcUon whatever . family for their new homo near Creech and family last Sunday 0UTl,nny Jar .sjsss-mlMdcitrouvcli brpby. a Interested wrlto Amor- l- lze to lie the nucleus of any great mil grandfather's hortw, and whs seriously llclinals Itnbillic road Ccmersville, Ind. Arch Tyrco has week. Miss S'ophronla Hounshell cau croup, colda, pau Equal Month Calendar Associa- Itary mobilization thu country may ho hurt when his head struck the monl., etc. U cbiUica sold his farm and will leave with visited Mr. and Mrs. Calloway tion, 400 Oneida Building, Minnea- called upon to make," ami hacked up u well u Mrs lilllntt Shlllle was Itlchmond by a system of tinleial training. 10c 60ciiJll.JO polis, Minn. p:ilnfullv Injuifd when her buggy was dnt iimh cr mbi tcduccd to splinters by u motor tnuk tictiUt Opening of Panama Canal. she was tluonn to the sidewalk and Bramo Drug Plant Foreman Shot. In 1014. n Aurust IS. the Panama - Company canal was formally opened to the Marlon, O. After having received seven Maysvllle.Whlle his wife and H. Witteboro,N.C, dark bund letters, Curmelo Triscarl, world. The canal had been nine children were preparing a dinner ui years In hulldlng. 15 years old, foreman at a railroad The total cost celebration of his golden wedding, lev Drug Co., Inc. jlunt here, announced, police say, that of construction, exclusive of fornicat- Squire J. . . lneuld, 70, dropped dead. Porter-Moor- e te wan going to return to Italy. Tria-r- l ions, civil government and payments to the republic of I'miaiua. wns appi-oLexington. Hilda Ilackney, Infant, JOHN WRITE & CO. wa8 idiot twice through the ahdo-neReturns to its before-the-wThe first pass- was awarded $570 for Injuries reas lie was leaving tho Ice plant Imately $3.17.000,000. LOUISVILLE, KV. He can not recover, hospital surgeons age after the formal, opening of the ceived In an auto collision for which BttablUtudlalSj; high standard of quality canal was made by the steamship lay. Antonio Moutaguo, 30 years old, J. I.. Nicholson was held responsible Literal assortment governor of the Colonel Goethals, and lull value ho Trlscnrl alleges was his assail-m- t, e Three, striking carriage canal xone, was on hoard. The Is under arrest. Henderson. Moutague ed from Cristobal to llnlhoa was ac- makers were arwed charged wlfli to talk, police, assert. complished lu ulue hours. One of aiUii'klng .iioihiuIuh iivliii-i- . East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - 8-- a n in-ii- m'm 1 ! i do Sec-tiir- v i I wnr-iim- j . -' 11 e , I ' 11 dln-moth- cr, :i- uttei-antes- - .,.,, 1 ....... '. si o-i- 1 iss -- n spec--Bor- n n al,r,,,,""S,. No-nio- XTZ. Itlv-ersliho-plt- on n ' non-trai- n 2."0-aer- - When Threatens Pnwy "u " P 1 . mm 11 ' n i " r- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar WW n An-co- Once Tried Always Used tins-sag-