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Ky Five Cents Pop Copy. iproted to tikie Interests of t!b.e IM:oTjjcitan Feotolc. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. DECEMBER 18. 1013 The Citizen NEW YORK'S WATER; GOING TO WASTE u - Power and the wa lo keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. I Knowedge Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents per Year. No. X. Peace and Good Will These arc the Christmas mottoes! Of the two words, Goodwill is the larger! The Heavenly Father asks us to have goodwill to all I "If you lov? them that love you, what thank have So this is the time to love our enemies, to love those who are unlovely and disagreeable, to love those who have few to care for or notice them. STRIKE ENDED ON' WorldNews Hold Them To It We hope every penalty laid upon Germany will be fully exacted. When Germany has paid all she will not have suffered half her just deserts. Think what a difference there is between her condition and that of France arid Belgium ! No foot of her soil invaded, no factory destroyed, no city ravaged, no cattle driven off, no children starved. Germany is all ready to resume the pursuits of peace, while it will take France and Belgium generations to repair the ravages of war. Let Germany be welcomed back into the League of Nations when she repents, but let her pay the just penalties for harm done in the war. -- r When Shall They Be Civilized? No people can be called civilized till they arrange1 for all persons accused of wrong to have a fair trial" and acquittal or punishment according to due forms of law. Our Southern States have not reached this point. In every one of the former slave states not only Negroes but others as well are liable at any time to be falsely accused, seized by excited ruffians, and put to death by torture. Lynch law has some excuses at times in frontier places, but in o!d states like Georgia and the Caro-lina- s it is nothing but the sign of barbarity. On the frontier there may be no court of justice, or danger that the court may be overridden. Even this is nrf excuse for lynching and torture. But in our Southern states there is all the machinery for punishing any guilty Negro by law no Negro ever was acquitted when there was a shadow of evidence against him. They only lynch because it gratifies the, cruel, savage, inhuman spirit that is in too many Southern men. But a better day is at hand. Let us start a new record for 1920! Dr. Ross' Addresses r On" Sunday evening, November 30, suld tho speaker, Is Jesus of .NazDr. 0. A. Johnston Iloss spoke areth. Tho biography or Him which to the students. His subject was ttio most Insists on His xoyal authority secret of acquiring personal Indu- is the biography which most ortcn ction over men: the secret of suc- tolls us that Ho spoko and deled, not cess. from Himself, but from a power There were, said the speaker, Him. "Tho things that I speak thrco leading conditions of success. unto you, I speak not of MysoU, but The first was the right cultivation tho Father that dwolleth in Mo, Ho of what is known as will power. (tooth the works." Young men sco that successful perIt was this suggestion of an insons havo about them a certain mo- finity and power behind Him that mentum or drive, but young men aro maiio Jesus tho powor Ho was. And very often apt to mistako the se- each of us, to a certain degree, may cret of this. Tho secret docs not lie, mako use, as Jesus did, of his hin ss sald'tho speaker, in blustering terland and reservoir of power for or in n bull-lik- o thrust of which the religious namo of God. purpose. Wo do not strengthen our Tho man and women who really con wills, ho said, 1y any practice of trol others in tho end aro IhoTnen bullying other people. Such devices and women of God, of faith. and deep for strengthening tho will only load in communion with Him who is tho to collapse, and tho speaker gave holy bedrock of our life and who aro . I . . mini nisinry an uiogrnpny insian- - eonccrned, not to manifest them ces of this sudden and humiliating solves but to mako dlvino power of collnpso of over trained wills. Tho fectivo in the world, and not merely real secret, ho said, lay clsowhcrc. to gloriry themselves. Wo havo noticed that certain quiet 2. Th second secret of success persons havo power over us. Not is tho management of Ideas. Tho bocauso they aro aggressive but young peoplo seo that successful they suggest an area or soilrco men aro men of brains or Ideas, of power bohlnd them, n something who succeed In putting these Idoas moro than themselves whoso spokes- to work, and getting olhor men lo men and sorvanls they aro. These accept them. But thero again a faquiet peoplo havo bohlnd them a tal blunder may bo made. It is not rcsorvolr of power, so that although learning, or knowledgo nlono, that . . 1. I' tncy cxerciso tremendous prcssuro . In Mia n. .1 tiro uuuiunuiuvc, no .11 iuu uuu .. upon others, yet they thomsclves aro lM..t. us , iiiul'11 wisuom. wow, wisdom is quite obviously derived and depend- the ascendancy of tho man whose ent. Tho best illustration of this, thoughts aro high and broad and sound, because ho has absorbed tho best ideas, I. o.: tho best Judgmonl CONTENTS on men and things, and expresses thoso Judgments to others. In other PAGE 1. Editorials; Dr. Iloss' words, tho truly groat man is not Ky., U. S, World Nows. tho learnedprofessor but tho man who is reliable on whom ono may PAGE a. Collego Nows; Christmas rely for a Story; Senate Challqngod by tho Judgment sound, restrained and VIso upon any critical situa President; S'enalo Passes Sugar tion, and if tluj man bo willingH . Measure. rrankly to give us tho benoflt of PAOE 3. Serial Story; Shrlslmaa thoso Judgmonts, wo count him a Story; Hornaday's Washington man Indocd. Of courso wo turn from tho mlsor of good counsol, tho Letter. niggard of good words, Just as wo PAOE 4. Doroa Locals. turn from tho miser In woallh. But tho man wo honor Is tho man who PAOE 5. Locals; Short Articles. frankly and kindly passes on lo us PAOE 6. Mountain Agrioulluro ; tho best ho knows, and who gives Homo Department; First Aid us tho Improssion that ho has derived his Judgments on llfo from tho Coumn. fellowship with tho best of all PAOE 7. Sunday School Lesson; minds. ' Gon-or- al Sormon; Woman's Column; 3. Tho third condition of sucocss News. Is tho prcsenco of kindness In our life. To play a lono hand is to play PAOE 8. East Kentucky (Continued on pago 5) bc-hi- qd push-fulne- ' ,ti a so ... 1 1 Ad-dro- ss; Clemonceau, tho French member of tho Peace Conference, recently WILSON TERMS crossed tho Channel for a conference in England with Lloyd George, n representative from Italy and tho American ambassador, J. W. Davis. Leaders Accept 14 Per Cent In- The trip was an unusual ono and crease and Commission Offer. mado In rough weather, but tho pur-po- so Is said to bo Important. Thero if. cvidenco Hint several of (ho most OFFICIAL ORDER SENT OUT vexing problems following tho war were under dlscusslorrand the ro- - ' , Acting President Lewis Issues State-men- t stills may be In Which He Says the Pres No chango has occurred with reident's Proposal Only One gard to the Peace Treaty and the i With Definite Offer. Senate, but it is rumored that tho Indianapolis, Dec. 1. Tho strike of conferenco In London coasldorcd 400,000 bituminous coal miners of tbe the matter, and there is possibility country was settled here when the Dial tho Allies may bo willing lo acgeneral committee of the United Mine cept n part, at least, of tho reservaWorkers of America agreed to ncccpt For the first time In 14 yearn, oi- nlrfc the dniu was completed, water In the plan offered by President Wilson. tions rather than have the United flowing over the spillway of the huge .Cornell .lam, Croton, N. Y which forms Acting President Lewis of tbe Unit- Slates remain outside of the Leaguo Croton lake, a part of the New York water supply system. With Ave Inches ed Mine Workers announced that tele- of Nations that must stand responn, -- i... i. of water mine over thi tM1un It ! n. graphic orders had been sent to the sible for thp, enforcement of the ,vw,ww,ww KHiiuiin 01 wnier every i Boors, or enough to pupply Manhattan 4,000 miner's locals throughout the terms of peace. country. Instructing the miners to reiuu uio uruui tur n weeK. turn to work at once. A recent request on the port of A reconvened convention of the officials of the various miners' unions the Allies that United Stales troops throughout tho country will be called should take part In tho further ocIn Indianapolis as soon as the work cupation of Germany, in case a need will he remembered that Asso-cft- lo hap been fully resumed In the mines, should arise, led to tho question SonitTM't. I toy K. Had, of thin city, Mr. Lewis announced, during which n Justice Brandcis who read tho whether or not our nation could has sold Hie Crwti Orchard Sun to K. E. constitutionality of tho War Time full and complete explanation of the tako part In enforcing terms of a Hickman. prohibition Law is a native of Ken- action of the odlclnls In settling the treaty to which they nro strike will be made. not a party. J Crab Orchard. While chopping tucky, and a former resident of H is situations like this that bring Statement by Lewis. wood, Herman Dyehotise ipllt open hl Louisville. Following Is the announcement of out the unusual position in which left foot with on nx. the settlement of the coal strike made wo are placed. , .V , Liquor men aro puzzled as to public by Mr. Lewis: Frankfort. A. 8. Cooper, of Somer"The United Mine Workers represet, was elected chairman of the new wfiat to do with tho 0,500,000 galPresident Wilson has Indicated sentatives uRreed to accept the presilop of whisky stored In Louisville dent's proposal State Itnllroud Commission. as a baeis of settle- that he desires lo hnndln Mm Mnri ntjd 30,000,000' more that is held thru-o- jt ment of the strike. They did so be- can problem himself. A visit made e Cynthlana. A prayer meetthe Stale. If It Is kept, It is cause It provides a definite, concrete upon tho President by soveral meming launched the Baptist drive for $20,' anl practical methud by which ade- bers of lhSenatc,1o seo subject tax. if he was 000 In the national campaign. quate consideration und a proper ad- able lo act in so grave a mailer, reThe State Department was noti justment of their claim for an Increase sulted in tho opinion Jhat ho could Lawrencehurg. Two barrel of In wages and Improved conditions of whltiky rewarded thieves who forced Held Monday that Frederick Hugo, on 10 taKc tno lead. If an entrance into the John Dowllng dis- tho American recently seized by tho employment may be brought about. thero had been any doubt the letThe United Mine Workers have full tillery. bandits of Mexico and held for ran- confidence In the president of the ter which he wrote the Senate on som or 510,000, had been released United States and a profound regard his constitutional rlehts Livingston. L. J. Drlsklll lias and returned to Muzuqh?. Tho Vii- - for his- will nnd Judgment. settled tho poinL threshed out 100 bushels of soy bean "The president"? proposal differs not receive the ransom which were the of a field liltas did from any proposal heretofore made. money. of com. Germany seems finally lo have In that It leaves nothing In doubt.. so far as a plan of adjustment nnd agreed to sign the protocol To the Paducnh. Dark tobacco averazeil , Guthrie of tho the details thereof Is concerned! The' Ircaly, In spite of her protests and $25, highest for the season, ana "one by- Doctor Garfield lliS assertion- of Nbske, the" ablest crop caused excitement when hid to llillman Coko'and Coal Company scheme proposed no hope for the mine workers oth member told tho coal Investigating commit left $21(53. of the German Cabinet, that tee of tho Senate that ono clauso er than the acceptance of an Increase ho would nover do it, no matter In mining 14 per cent. The Winchester. While seated at the in the proposition urged by tho president's prices of provides that what might come. Protocols, or proposal breakfast table, George For, 05, died miners and 'accepted by President amount of advance Is preliminary this postscripts lo and treaties, aro quite from the rupture of a blood vessel In Wilson would double tho- H percent that the tribunal which he will set up usual and often are necessary to no the brain. raiso which Dr. Garfield thought win have full authority to consider indefinite articles or to provido further questions of wages and work means for justified. Owenton. Jese Jackson, 21, died enforcement of lerms of Ing conditions as well as the profits of from Injuries received In a collision operators and proper prices for coal. tho trqaly. between his auto and that of Louis A mediator in thoaffairs between readjusting both wage and profits If Alexander. United States and Mexico has of- It shall so decide. It further provides England is sllrred up over the fered his services and the services that the commission will have author matter of temperance.' The treatVerRallles.-Itobe- rt Montgomery sold ity to settle questions pethree crops of tobacco at 43, 50 and CO of his country. Ho is Gabriel Terra, culiar to each Internal all of which ment of tho American representative district, minister of foreign relations from of tho Anti-salocents, and Dennis Harp sold one crop Leaguo shows Uruguay. This .news comes from are of very great Importance to the rescntmont over foreign interferat SO cents. mine workers. Mexico City and not from Washing"The commission will make Its re- ence, but there Is a widespread feelMaysvllle. Mrs. Cecil Gray cut her ton. ing that a change of some kind is port within 00 days unless some throat with her husband's razor, flrst difficulties arise which needed very badly. It seems writing a note exonerating every one Permission has been asked of tho prevent It from doing It and the com able that a bill will come before the" from blame. Supremo Court lo institulc original mission will have the authority to fix House of Commons, advocating govthe date when any award they make nicIiiwmL An operation saved the proceedings to test the constitution will become effective. ernment management of liquor inllfo of little Jimmy I.lvcngooil, Berea, ality of tho prohibition amendment terests, such as existed for many Expects Full Justice. who swallowed a James D. Black cam. and to. enjoin years in Norway. tho Now Jersey Fed "The president's plan further propulgn bullon. eral authorities from enforcing IL vides that upon a general resumption Tho German newspaper editor and Lancaster. Benjamin Grimes, 72, This request comes from tho Retail of operations, the status quo will be who killed Jim Grimes, his nephew, Liquor Dealers Association of Now maintained, that is, all mine workers SocfalisL'Max Hardin, in revlowlng-th- e will return to work with an Increase February 0, was given 20 years In tho Jersey. four volumes which inoludo the In wages ampuntlng to 14 per cent uppenitentiary. same basis which obtained on documentary record of tho governAb1ll defining radicalism and de on the 31, 1010. Neither operators ment with notes by tW Kaiser on October Mt. Sterling. Edwin Foster signed to forco tho Department of nor miners will be allowed to change tho margins, sayR that enough is al0 mouths old, was found dead In his bed at the home of his parents Labor .to arrest and deport all the basis and no discrimination by the ready boforo tho public to mako on Queen street. , members of tho I. W. W. and llko coal operators will be permitted. clear that Germany was ruled by a "It was these specific features of mad man. German opinion, to say organizations was intvoduced in tho which president's proposition tbe Falmouth. C. II. Ie, for 2.1 yeurs House on Tuesday by tho immigratho least, Is coming to realize that mode It acceptable to the internationcashier of the Pendleton bank, was tion Tho bill slates al officers of the United Mine Work- tho Emporor was not tho divinely committee. elected president to succeed J. B. that 'any alien enemy who is a mem- ers when submitted jo them through led ruler they supposed him to be. Thomas, deceased. ber of, contributes to, loans money the attorney general and Secretary Pans. H. It. Baker was held to the to, or is affiliated with any organi- Tumulty In Washington on Saturday, Tho trial of the former Emperor grand Jury on a charge of giving a cold zation preaching, advocating, or for- December C of Gormany is still undor dlsousslon. "We are accepting the president at check In payment for an automobile, warding tho teaching of sabotage his word, feeling confident that he England holds firmly for it. Holland which he later sold. the overthrow of organized govern- will appoint a tribunal composed of has not yet given reason to believe Versailles. Sylvester Boston, who ment, tho killing of or assault upon, fair minded men who will give full she will surrender tho Emperor to received the contents of his shotgun any government official or tho un- and complete recognition to the Jus- his Judges, but the malte'r has come In his leg whole hunting, Is believed lawful damage lo, or destruction of tice of the mine workers' claims. Be- up for tho tint timo In the Dutoh fair to the to bo out of danger. property, would bo liable to orro3t sides, It Is not only assume that full Chamber of Deputies In tho speeoh Insist that public will and deportation." justice be accorded the mine workers of a member who showed oloarlv MaiUsonvIlle. Passage of the $500,. but also accept tho findings of the tri- Hint Holland should not retain him 000 bond Issue Insures construction of SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS bunal appointed by the president of If Iho call came for a surrender. federal highways east and west the United States ns a fair and equitthrough this county. PROHIBITION LAW By unanimous decision tho Su- able determination of all the Issues Tho Japanoso ore sondtnsr to Si Involved." Owcnsboro. A world record was es- premo Court sustained beria an additional foreo of soldiers. tho constitutablished when Pryor leaf was sold at tionality of tho War Timo ProhibiThis is duo lo tho recent gains mado 00 centsand general sales were strong TO HALT REDS ON BORDER by tho Bolshevikl and tho rotreat ot ut around 10 cents. . tion act on Deccmbor 15. Tho was read by Associate Jus-tlc- o Troops Instructed to Prevent Threat- tho conservative leaders far to tho Catlettsburg, Under a requisition Brandols. Ho said that thero east in Siberia. Japan has always ened Invasion of Russian RadiJust Ismiod Norman Ilolbrook will be was "no basis for tho contention considered it as her part In tho full- cals From Mexico. brought back from Indiana to auswer that President Wilson's slatclnenl, duly to tho Allies lo a charge of bigamy. Washington, Dec. 12. Immigration llllment of her in his message vetoing tho prohibi- officials on the border were Instruct- safeguard their interests In the Lexington. Berkshire hogs from the tion enforcement aot that tho war ed by Anthony Camlncttl, commission- Asiatic field. Sho welcomes the College of Agriculture won second had como to an end, was a procla- er general of immigration, to forward chance, as it wilt lead lo an increase money at the Chicago International mation announcing tho termination rt' report on the threatened Invasion in her prostlgo and give her recogLivestock Imposition. of tho war." Ho also further de- from Mexico of CO Russian bolshevik! nition as tho leader in tho Orient. 150 Mexican L W. W. Mr. clared that Iho signing of tho arm- and Reports from the conferenco in expressed little concern as to Taylorhvllle. This place was Hooded for fourteen hours as a result of istice did not bring to an end tho the ability of tbe Immigration officials London indicate that the Allies the overtlow of Salt river, but dutuuge war powors of Congress. Attonlton to cope with such a situation In view havo finally dcoided (o loavo Russia was called to tho fact that tho of the strength of the United States to decldo her own fate. They do not has not been extensive, troops on the border. (CoaUaail oa ftgttffct) on Pago Fivo) (Continued on Page Fivo) 1 Kentucky News U. S. News nun-ris- , - - de-fl- on Illcli-nlso- on . Cam-Inet- tl General College News MESSIAH CONCERT j College Department , Normal Department so-w- SENATE CHALLENGED cTIr Kris Krlmjlr Qjljurint BY SENATE PASSES SUGAR MEASUR E On Friday night, December 12, the ORATORICAL CONTEST as Tho Annual Oraleiical Contest Phllnmalhca and Union literary Of nil (lie Horea Iraditions ther held on Tuesday evening, Do clotles held thoir Joint meeting for liispirln-By EDITll RANSOM AVERIU. is nono moro beautiful or comber 10, in tho Collcgo Chapel tho yoar. Tho Excolslor and Appa-De- an limn llio rendering of the "Messiah Karl T. Waugh presided lachla societies wore Invilod to be mc. It Is tins nl cvorv Christmas Thoro were four contestants from present. Tho program was very In ICcprtiiht) biggest musical event of the year llio two literary societies of the Col- - (creating and showed that Uw KH ami Is anticipated from season to lego Department. One young nin school, clcllea aro making good progress, with tho season by all music-lover- s, boy on his new red who had prepared an oration wa'A pny entitled, "A Porploxlng Blt-'- ok koonost pleasure. slrd pod down Ihe and unable to appear. Ileh.w imi0n," wns gVen by both tho hoys long nov-clnhill. A Monday night, December 10, the Is a list of subjects and orators: nml grj9 of lho lwo societies. Tho dozen ciiyly chiittoring Hni'iiionla Society gave Uoroa ami "Itolshnvism niurAmoricani7atlnii, girls trlpit'd lownril bcr visiting friends a treat that will tli& lightly fron'ti lionil II. Welsh. rnnxn nf n statement mndn hv n loin; bo remembered for Its artistic John A with tlu-lokiiie. Tho Downfall of Despotism: Ronllemnn to his wlfo and daugh- nxnnllnnr'.' mid sDiriliial nowor. Tho farmer cuiiie lino view 1 nomas u. nowarci. lor Mini, women could not nnsslhlv ""solos this year were sung 'by four with wtignn Innil nf Americanization of Amorica byrnfrnIn from niklng and rashly newly cut t'hrliniii artists from Cincinnati Mrs. Mary Labor." G. McCoy Frank- - fpr(i(, ,npm Vulelhlf Wicfr oncn ,f (hcy wmlI(, trees. soprano; Mrs Ann Kaufman lull was effervescing, Joseph noh speak onco during lho day. Florence Kvans, alto; Mr. Immigration "mil. wn, mmedlalelv accented. there wns no ivihiiihivp 'Ileconslructioiial Scheuke, tenor: Mr. John Dodd, fervor In thf tionrii "f echo Albright. .When lho servants wanted to know John of Itsand Mnrtln Freer. bass. Kncji, soloist had a special John Lane III!) JUIlgUS, UIJJ. tl. T. lUUUU, u. II. something and asked, lho ladles re mossago, and each gave it so sympa "I'm In accord with jnu niiiipleiel.v." R. Robertson, g.iv- mained silent. The servants, thinkthetically, so personally, that it was Raymond, and J. Ihe Intter was saying. "My outi. Sid llrsl place to Mr. Franklin and sec- ing that they had been stricken ney, has tho chance of hi life to enii-- r llko tho communion of friends with ond to Mr. Welsh. Tlrey slated Hint dumb, spread lho nows over town. ii law career In the city. Since he friends. As a student, when asked "judgment Uiere was b'u When callers camo, they woro met fell In love with your hnlf niece and which soloist ho liked best, aptly in their little dilTcrcnco in tho standing of vllh nods and gestures. At six ward. Kdnn, he seems to have lnt nil replied, 'The one that was singing!" two men and ti'V it mi- (tifll- o'clock, tho gentlemen permitted ambition of making his way outsldf nf so all who listened felt ca.ch Was lie winning her." cult to make a decision between the the women lo loosen their longucs, "A foolish fancy," doclnred John bust, though all were dilTerent. two for llrst place. Tho decision, Tho students aro leaving for lho t.ane, "Kdna Is too young to think nf The chorus was excellent. Under however, seemed to be pleasing to Christmas vacation now. They aro marrying." Professor lligby's careful leadership "We arc going to sent! Edna away all glad lo gel a short vacation and presentation was precise, uni-lle- d the audience. the All of tho young men did credita most of Ihcm will return for Ihe to a private boarding school after the and artistic; and the parts were wcro well pre- winter term with renewed cnlhusl- - holidays." he continued, "and that will so well balanced that the maryclous bly. The orations affair." subjects. .Thcr" nm nflor the short respile from probably end the beauty of the music of the choruses pared and on live Meantime Edna Merrill pined In her improvement on tin1 their studios. prlMUilIke solitude and Sidney sought was brought out to its fullest extent. was room for part of somo in memorizing. Miss Klla Rold wa called homo to devlue a way to get word to her. This year tho choruses wcro ably At their last meeting he had snld. suddenly by the death of her grandsupported by several musical inour "no matter whnt comes, they shall not Wo extend lo her mother. struments giving the effect of an part us." Friday night, December 12, all the orchestra. Mrs. Hulchins and Mrs. students in tho Collcgo were en deepest sympathy. "They are going to send both of l'eck played the violin parts; Dr. ftertained jn ono way or another. in awny, widely apart." mourned Ed- nn. "Oh., don't let Dudley, the horn, and Mr. Taylor School The Freshman Class had its last Ihem do It I urn) J the organ. These added very ap- social In the Girls' Gymnasium, Sidney replied, of tho preciably to the pleasure FOUNDATION GIRLS GRADUATION "Have you the fnlth beautiful whilo tho Sophomores and Juniors Mr. Taylor's evening. to believe tn me, to EXERCISES were entertained by the Seniors In interpretation of tho "Pastoral Sym- Ladies Hall. Tho eighteen Foundation girls, act with me with phony" always remains one of tho out question If I Tho try out for tho basketball Var who received tho training In Jlomo find a way to dellnesl memories of the occasion. Country Homes this Science in the In spito of the fact that many sity team was mado last Saturday fall term, received their certificates feat two old men. who have forgotmorning In tho Tabernacle. Six students had already gone home for Monday morning at tho Foundation ten what love vacation, the Chapel was well tilled of lho Collcgo men won places on chapel. meansT" with an audience that showed, by tho team. given "I have Several workers wcro present to The first basketball game of the its atlentiveness and hy. its enthusiMiss Bowersox you my heart solesee lho exercises. astic applause, that the efforts of season was playeu between ino gave a short address, setting fortli ly and trustingly," tho Society were deeply, appreciated, Freshman and tho Senior Classes, lho importance of training for girto answered Edna qtnnrhly. and that tho "Messiah" has becomo Saturday afternoon. Tho scoro was In home-makilo as tho most Then you shall bear from me when known and better loved this 10 to 6" In favor of tho Senior Class. better I have matured all my plans," prompart of Ihclr education. Collcgo Department did not Tho year than ever before. After Miss Morrow presented the ised Sidney. altcnd Chapel in its regular place certificates, lho girls of tho class There was a certain solace for Sidney In climbing the high garden wall at Sunday night. As it was tho last sang a selection, tho words of which the rear of the Lane grounds and gazTHE PEACE TREATY Sunday night in lho term, thcro was were composed by Miss Ethel West, ing up at the window of the room that Chapel, Dr. Raymond preach "We, the undersigned, have under- United who has charge of ono of the held his heart's treasure. Me had a taken to promote a referendum of ing lo all departments. note written detailing his plans and country homes. , college sentiment of the country The names of tho girls whprf-eoive- d hopes, and he had almost despaired concerning the peace treaty. It la of delivering It, when, the afternoon .., certificates aro: It is said certain lobaccoei before Christmas, he observed that realized that many colleges have others. Ethel Alcorn, Thelma Buckncr, the window was open. contain 6 percent nicotine, others held straw ballots on this subject, Gladys Couch, Vivian Couch, BerSidney added a few lines to the P '' but the statements of tho question LPi"iS..i. none tha Lanham, Flora Prico, Horlenso note, gathered up a handful of snow, have in most instances differed and I Thero aro thoso who say thero is Taylor, Eula Wagers, Ruth Daniels, enclosed the note In the white sphere, afforded no opportunity to obtain no nicotine in tobacco smoke. They Valiora Harlow, JCora Harlow, Erin aimed, let fly and It passed through the open window. an accurate and comparative ex-- i n n tl fa AAnmimArl 4 Vt Knnt IHgginsT'GIadys Gray, Evelyn Mor"" The note bad suggested thaelop-men- t pression of the Intercollegiate point Is not gan, Bcnnlo Metcalf, Virginia Prince, Others he and Edna had previously disof view. That plan is that on Jan burnod, being only volatilized, and AIIIo Sayler, Salllo Sayler. cussed. Ue had added a line, "I will uary 13th, every college and unlbe In the lane nt eight o'clock. Don't which is burned is converted versily in tho country will bo asked that pyridin, a produot almost as fall me." SCHOOL OUTLOOK GOOD into lo take a voto of Its Faoulty on tho There was a light In that upper winIndications throughout Missouri, poisonous as nicotine. ono hand, and Its student body on Bo that as it may, tho person Arkansas and Kentucky are' that dow, now closed, when Sidney returned, and the lamp was set In a petho other, in which each member of smoking for tho first time gets a Savings plans inaugurated by the culiar way. Across the frosted Inside tho College Community will be asked tasto of the effect of nicotine. He lulled States Treasury Department, of n pane two words had been scratchlo declaro himself Yes or No on: is nauseated, dizzy, thoroughly re- under tho direction of tho Savings ed, reading: "At eight." "Proposition I. I favor tho rati- A few minutes later the light was laxed, and his skin is covered with Division, will in tho year 1020 ao- floBtlon of the League and Treaty lh(j milder compu9h moro lhan In the two years extinguished and a speeding figure co,d 8wcat Thejje without amendments or reserva- - effects of nicotine. In Ita fuller ef- - previous. crossed the garden, unlocked a rear lions." Especially is this true of the door In the wall and the lovers were catalogued vomitlnpr. (?a- sIfccla are "Proposition II. I am opposed to Ipfn MMInn ........i.. nrnnlrnnaa I 4rltOftl3 wlilrfl uHl linilor the re united. "Quick," spoke Sidney. "It Is a quesmo raiuicauon or tno League onai(.mn vised plans bo given special alien- -j tion of getting to a friend of mine, a Treaty in any form." vi-nHnn Thn finvArnmnnl ronHfi Ihnt clergyman at Amherst." ffiv4. ln inr.ro .ipa n,.n iToposiuon in. i am in lavor ,m Me clasped Edna's arm and they ' of tho ratification of tho Leaguo and i business man and man of affairs lo- -' hurried down the lanes .... Treaty, but only with Ihe sneOiflod The lane the fugitives were now In rf ihn Pr1v fmlnlns- will nnn nf ,,, mnal mnrPAW oy u.q ma- - and rap,d,y aclng p0,80ns kn0WDf bo rofioclcd throughout his entire was deep with snow. As they neared "s a large barn withJorily of Uie Senalo. dcalh occurring ,n Ioss than thrco life. in which showed a Proposition IV. I favor any com- - miIJutC3 from paraIyais light Sidney drew of tho hearl ' promise on the reservations which and respiration " Edna, through Its WHERE'S 'BOOZE' MONEY GOING? open door. will make possible Immediate rati-- 1 IIo What is bocomincr of tho dimes and of a'dealh , whIch lho le3 "We must hide flcatlonof tho Treaty and the individual dropped to lho floor tho dollars that until the advent of for a spell," he and national prohibition stanlly, "with a wild stare, a deep war-tim- e said, and, as quite Tho Committco will forward kept tho cashiers in somo nun M0VnX ny instant death, breathless, theyt toiled suggestions as lo how tho bar-rooentered the great As liltlo as of a grain dreds of thousands of rambling structyoto should bo carried on. It is urged ,hag provcd fataI lo numan belng9i and saloons chiming a constant ure, they stared that between now and January 13, Ir a per3on ha3 (aken a ,arg0 dose lune. In amazement at the utmost discussion of lho sltua- -l oi nicotine, thero is no uso in thlnk-io- n Undo Sam's researchers have ed a scene strange should bo stimulated in your of thIng3 moro lhan nine-tentthat do. Dea(n la almo9l and striking. If possible, publlo do- - stantaneous. If the dose is smaller, of tho cash that formerly went for In Its center wns bale and mass meetings of tho slu- - lannn is given, if any Is at hand, boozo and beer now finds lis way what looked like ilenls and faculty at which the dif- - and tho stomach is emptied with a into four channels. an old circus chariot. There was gilt Tho ( savings banks como first. and holly and evergreen trimming In fcrcnt points of view will bo pre- - pmp. if no pump 8 accessible, profusion. Four horses were attachscnted, should bo held. tinkling tho back of tho throat with They catch, it is estimated, approxi ed and upon a sort of throne In the mately CO percent of this monoy. s'8nd a linger or a feather will sulllce. Noxt como soft drink and ico center was seated a gorgeously Frederic P. Benedict, Editor in strychnine is the drug used lo Santa Clous. cream dispensaries, moistening and Columbia Spectator. lagonize lho effects of nicotlnO. start," spoke one of "We'll cooling many millions of parched the men, better want to get to Am-- , John M. Harlan, Chairman, Dally. Nicollno causes one lo bo limp. "If we i niiccionian. herst before everybody Is abed," and Slrychnino produces nervous and throats. Tho movios rank third, apparcatching sight of a sign on the chariot Briton Haddon, Chairman, Yale muscular tension. place the -- Dr. W. A. Evans ently because thoy offer "somelonger Sidneyto was made aware ofsoap fact "a.' y.?.ow.8' . advertise a new this lo go" lo those who can no that riucm worKum, ircsident, Harloaf at tho bars, and perhaps also modern publicity van was touring the vard Crimson. DURABLE ROAD SAVES MONEY becauso Ihoy offer dlvorsions that district, giving awny samples as holhelp keep one's mind off tils thirst. iday preseuts. "Step Into that low space at the Savlna of Eight Cent Per Ton Mill NICOTINE AS A POISON Candy and sweetmeats aro fourth back," he whispered to Kdna. "We Can Be Effected In Traniporti. Tobacco belongs lo the same boin lho list, and tobacco, fifth; but shall be safe there." tlon Cottt Alone. tanical family as belladonna and tho lnftuonco of prohibition on toWhen the unique Santa Claus veIn tobacco thero are bacco consumption has been comThe report of the Joint congressionhicle arrived at the edge of Amherst, several alkaloids, lho most imporal commltteo which Investigated high paratively small W. B. Hunt. the fluttering lovera left It unnoticed. tant of which is nicotine, a very way economics In 1014 shows tbut a There was a hurried walk to the home poisonous oily fluid. The amount savlntr of eight cents per ton mile can of a clergyman. Inexpensive Fun. The same telegram was sent by the Probably complaining about every of nicollno found varies In different be effected In transportation cost! when a road Is lifted from the dirt to thing all the time does do real good, happy bride and bridegroom to John opibrands of tobacco, Just as some the durable class. This does not It um bearing plants contain moro Into account Increased real estate take but canseems to be about the only way Lane and Martin Freer. It read: wish val"Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Freer we ut all and still have any inorpliino than others and certain uations or social advantages resulting lire within our fun their loving friends a Merry, Merry uieuns. Olilo Stiite ' belladonna moro atropine than from the Improvement. Christmas." Journal. 1 ItUST-cheeked r ! THE PRESIDENT REFUSES TO ACT FIRST TO RECALL ISSUE HITCHCOCK SAYS PARTY LEADERS BACK MOVE Bill Extends Life of Equalization Board Another Year. MEN After Final Verdict of Wilson Is Ap. parent Announcement Is Said to Answer Lodge Lenroot Offers Plea of Mild Rctervatlonlsts. LOUISIANA FIGHT BILL la m - - .Nwipapr Union Ntws Srvlc Washington. President Wilson will make no offer of Compromise nor concession to the Sennto majority on tho pence treaty. Announcement to that effect wns innilc at the White llouso. The announcement, while not In tho form of n ptromil statement from the 1'ivslilent, unquestionably wns dictated by him. It wns ns follows: "U wnfi learned from the hlghett niithnrlty nt the Executive olllces that the hope of the Itepubllcun lender of the Scinrie that the President presently would mnko ii move which will relieve the si tun tlon with regard to the treaty Is entirely without foundation lit- - has no compromise or roncesslua of nny kind In mind, but Intends, so far ns he Is concerned, that the lenders of the Senate shall Continue tn bear the undivided resMin- slblllty fur the fate of tho treaty and the present condition of the world hi consequence f that fate." The "no surrender denance of the President to the Sennto majority, while not wholly unexpected, caused deep Interest when the news of It sprvud among the Senate leaders. It was con- Wtrn Chairman Taussig of Tariff Board Criticized by Senator Pomerene Cummins Railroad Bill Called Bolshevlkl Plan. Washington, Pec. 13. The McNnry bill, under which government control of sugar would be continued another year, was passed by tlw sennte nnd sent to the bouse. There was no record vote anil Senators Itnnsdell nnd flay of toulslnna. who led the opposition, mode no further attempt to prevent a vole. Sen-at(Jny mnde n brief address In opposition, ending tho light of several days ngnlnst the measure. Purchase nnd snle by the United or Foundation ng val-uab- -- strued as Indicating the unalterable determination of the President to permit the treaty of peace and the taaguo of Nations covenant to die, unless the Senate submits to him an agreement which he feels that he ran nccept. Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, of Nebraska, minority leader In the Senate, declared that he thought the President's st .nd to be entirely consistent, nml he denied that It In nny way "divorced" the Chief Executive from his party In the Senate. "The President entirely Is In accord with nny Idea of whnt Is right," said the Nebrnskn Senator. "The matter Is In the Senate and should be attended to by the Senate. That Is one reason the Democrats came )rward and offered n solution. We are willing to meet the Itepubllcans In an effort to reach a settlement. Our position entirely coincides with tho President's. IIo brought the treaty to the Senate. The treaty has not been acted upon; It Is unamended. The President did his duty when he presented the treaty to bennte. Now It Js for the Senate to do Its duty. I think that absolute necessity will bring about nn agreement. I do- not bellevo It will be pos sible to go on without a compromise." The tone of the President's statement quite generally was thought to have been provoked by Senator Cabot Lodge's statement In tho Sennto thnt there could be no ratification without surrender on the part of the - of foreign nnd domestic grown sugar Is authorized by the bill, which would empower, but not dlrrct. tlio president to conllnuo tho practice until December 31. 1020, If found necessary-fo- r tho public good, nnd to securo fnlr prices nnd equal distribution. The bill specifies, however, that producers, refiners nnd distributors of sugar shall not be licensed, ns has been the practice under the Lever food control law. Under the bill the board's control over domestic sugar would bo limited, to September 30, 1020, when tho beet nnd cane crops In this country come In. Senator Pomerene (Dein.), Ohio, States sugar equalization board both criticized Chairman Taussig of board for opposing federal purchase of Cuban sugar last summer. Senntor McNnry said It could havo-beebought for OH cents a pound, and Is now over ten cents. "lly ndherlng to the advice of a professional economist," Senntor Pomerthe-tarif- n S!7!i? ;TZ iiin7 President, Interest protected or guaranteed. They are alnjut as near government ownership as It Is posslblo to moke thero. without outwardly admitting It." Senator McKellar argued that tht railroads under government control and present rates had been making money since August, and that under the Cummins bill there must bo an Increase In rates when they are turned back. ene snld, "It will cost tho American people thrco to four cents n pound, more for sugar," Calls Cummins Plan Bolshevik. Attacking the Cummins railroad bill' as "paternalistic and bolshevistic llko-thPlum plan," Senator McKellar (Dem.), Tennessee, told tho senate, the government ought to restore lho roads to their owners and let them work out their own program without legislation. 'Tho two bills In principle arc Identically tho same," said Senator McKellar, referring to tho Cummins incus- uro and the Plum plan for tripartita control, "and In neither Is tho public's m ii- ,,, ..,, - I Yank Ships Ply 41 Ocean Lanes. Washington. flag The American has been restored to 41 of the world's great ocean trade routes, the Shipping Hoards records In Its nnnual report to Congress. Most of the ships are plying transatlantic and South American lanes, the report said, but part of them are In waters where tho Stars and Stripe has not been seen on commercial vessels for more than a generation. Distribution of the Government 2eet of 1,230 vessels, aggregating 0,701,-0S- 0 tons, shows 230 vessels In th Northern Europe trade. The transatlantic trade was next, with 107 ships of 1A(H,U:3 tons engaged In the food relief service, and 170 ships with a tonnage of 1,175,01-- were still In us by the army on June 30 last. -- Senntor King (Dem.), Utah, Interrupting "Senator McKellar, asserted. that the railroad administration had not maintained the roads at their former standard, nnd that money was being taken from maintenance funds nnd listed as profits. Onco the government s relinquished contol, It must for tens of millions damage,. Senntor King added, "because of of tho roads by administration." face-claim- CHARGE VIRGO WITH MURDER Sheriff at Lawton, Mien, Formally Accuses Man In Tabor Case-Se- rved With Warrant. , Lawton. Mich., Dec 12. A third per son was charged with tho murder of Maud B. Tnbor Virgo when Andrew-Lang- , sheriff of the Van llureu county, served n warrant on Joseph Virgo,, secret husband of tbo dead woman. Virgo has been detained In tho county Jail for ten days on his own volition. Under persistent grilling on the-paof Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Olcnn II Warner, ho hns maintained silence as to the part he played In the death through an Illegal operation on his fifth wlfo and her child and her burial In tho cellar of the Tabor home. do-L,- pn ono-flflec- do-cid- hs Sale of Wooden Ships Favored. New York. Sale to private purchasers of nil Government-ownewooden vessels nnd of steel vessels under tons Is recommended by tho Merchants' Association of New York In renponso to a referendum questionnaire received from the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Exception Is provided for steel ships adapted to ocean going or coastwise trnfllc, slnco such vessels In foreign hands might bo prejudicial to steel ships dedicated exclusively to American commerce. CHICAGO deitd-welg- rt WINS G. 0. P. MEET nt-tir- an-Chi- of. Steel Mills To Reopen. National Convention to Nominate CanYoungstown, O. With release of didate for Presidency to Open June 8. emergency coal orders, steel mills lo tills territory aro preparing to resume operations on u lurgcr scale. Washington, Dec. 11, Chicago as tho placo for '.Ue Republican national convention next year Woman Dies of Burns. and June 8 named as tho dato for the. Hcllefontulue, 0. Mrs. Manner convention. Morgan, 30 years old, died of burns Tho selections were mnde by the resulting from her attempt to hasten Itepubllran national committee. Tho a flro with coal oil. contest for tho convention city wns narrowed to Chicago and St. Louis, Workmen Use Boats To Reach Plant. nnd tho voto wns 44 for Chicago to Evausvllle, Ind. Tho high water 0 for St. Louts. from tho flooded Ohio river now com pletely surrounds tho municipal water CHICAGO ASKS, NIGHT RIDERS works plant, near this city, und workmen aro forced to go to und from tho for 100 plant In boats. Tho plant has enough City Council Asked Banditry Mounted' In Men to Curb coal on hand to keep It running until the City. tho high water has receded. Tho Ohio river has been rising steadily hero for Chicago, Dec. hundred night the past week or more. Itlver men t to patrol Chicago streets stage of about 43 feet riders out criminals were asked for In believe that a wll be reached, lloth Green und Burorder Introduced In the city counren rivers, In Western Keutucky, cou-- 1 an by Alderman Rosa A. Wooduull of cil tlnue to rise. the Eighth ward. and-ferre- I' December 18, 1019 C Page Throa of the police force Increased Dare found his attitude toward moral principles In need of frequent readjustment. Ily no means n Puritan, he hod nevertheless two sterling qualities which so far had saved him from any very serious misstep. He practiced absolute honesty In oil his relation ships. His father, drunken although he was In his later years, had ncrer quite lost his sense of commercial uprightness, nnd Daro had Inherited tho quality In full degree. And ltccnle Hardy had come Into hts life Just when he needed n girl like Iteenle Hardy to come Into his llfo. He often thought of Iteenle nardy, and of her compact with him, and wondered what the end would be. Ho was glad he had met Iteenle Hardy. She was an anchor about his soul. . . . And Edith Duncan. Whllo the gradually deepening current of Dare's life flowed through the channels of coal hearer, freight han dler, shipping clerk and reporter Its wotcrs were sweetened by the Intimate relationship which developed between him and tho members of the Duncan household. He continued his studies under Mr. Duncan's directions; two, three, and even four nights In the week found him at work In the comfortable den, or, during the warm weather, on the screened porch that overlooked the family garden; Mrs. Duncan, motherly, and yot not too motherly sho might almost hare been an older sister appealed to tho young man as on Ideal of womanhood. Her soft, voice seemed to him to express tho perfect harmony Of the perfect home, and underneath Its even tones he caught glimpses of n reserve of power and Judgment not easily unbalanced. And as Dare's eyes would follow her the tragedy of his own orphaned life bore down upon him and ho rebelled that he had been denied the start wfilch such a mother could hare given him. "I am twenty years behind myself," he would reflect, with a grim smile. "Never mind. I will do three men's work for the next ten, and then we will be even." And there was Edith Edith who had burst so unexpectedly upon his life that first erenlng In her father's home. He had not allowed himself any foolishness about Edith. It was erldent Edith was Just as and tha part ot he was honor In his friend's houso was to recStill, ognize the status quo. . . . Mr. Allan Forsyth was unnecessarily He might have made It less evident that he was within the enchanted circle while Dave remained outside. Ills complacence Irritated Dare almost Into rivalry, nut the bon camaraderie of Edith herself checked any adventure of that kind. She was of about the samo Agurc as Iteenle Hardy a little slighter perhaps; and about the name age; and she had the same quick, frank eyes. And she sang wonderfully.- - Ho had never heard Iteenle sing, but In some strange way ho had formed a deep conviction that she would sing much as Edith sang. In lore, ns In religion, man Is forever setting up Idols to represent hts Ideals nnd forever Andlng feet of clay. Dave was not long In discovering that his engagement as coachman was a device, born of Mr. Duncan's kindness, to enable him to accept Instruction without feeling under obligation for It. When he made this discovery he smiled quietly to himself and pretended not to have made It. To have acted otherwise would have seemed ungrateful to Mr. Duncan. And presently tho drives began to have a strange attraction of themselves. When they drore In the buggy on Sunday afternoons the pnrtyl usually comprised Mrs. Duncan and Edith, young Forsyth and Dare. Mr. Duncan was Interested In certain meetings. It wus Mrs. Duncan's custom to sit In the rear seat for Its better riding qualities, nnd It had a knack ot falling about that Edith would ride In the front seat with the driver. She caused Forsyth to rlda with her mother, ostensibly as a courtesy to that young gentleman a courtesy which, It may be conjectured, was not fully appreciated. At flrst he accepted It with the good nature of ono who feels his position secure, but gradually that Kod nature gave way to a certain testtness of spirit which he could not entirely conthe presidential primaries e of the states have In ono form or another mado provision for choosing candidates for presidential nomination through tho method FAST FILLING UP of direct rotlnir. The flrst of these primaries will be held March In New Hampshire. From thnt date on they will come In rapid succession SEVERAL ENVOYS, HOWEVER, ARE until the voters of the twenty-on- e WAITING TO BE PRESENTED tdntes hnve expressed their preference. In many TO THE PRESIDENT. of these twenty-on- e .totes the women hnve the right to vote through state enactment. In those BRAZIL I S SENDING ALENCAR Mates where they do not hnve this right they are exceedingly anxious to obtain It In time to participate In the g Polish Minister, Prince Lubomlrskl, primaries. The argument they are mnk-Ingoes to the point thnt If they nre Purchases Former Austrian Embassy November, when Masaryk's Son Will Receive a to have the rote next the presidential election will be held, Warm Welcome In Washington. they should hnve a voice In the choosing of candidates. By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Want a Double Celebration. Washington. Several nations are. In The drive on, with the series ot a technical sense, without ambassadorial or ministerial representation western conferences behind It, has In here, nnd will continue to occupy tbnt view the definite object of obtaining position until President Wilson regnlim ratification of the amendment by the s of the states by his health sufficiently to receive the necessary ambassadors nnd ministers who have February 15, next year. On thnt dnte come on. Lord Orey, the ntnbassndor tho centenary of Susan II. Anthony, of Great Hrltnln, bus been here more the mother of the suffrage movement, than two months now and lias not been will bo celebrated. The suffrage lendable to present hts credentials as am- ers soy that nothing could be moren the'Cele-bratlobassador to the president, although he fitting than to combine with In memory of Susan B. Anpresented them long ago to the stato thony n celebration expressing gratl-tud- e department. Unron do Cartlcr for the ratification of the conIn has been here since early September waiting for an opportunity stitutional amendment. The speaker to present his credentials as ambassa- that arc going Into the territory that dor from Belgium, having been re- needs nttentlon are dwelling on the apceived ns Itelglnn minister originally propriateness of finishing tho constituIn April, 1017, Mr. Vnrcla, the new tional amendment on or before the minister from Uruguay, arrlrcd with dnte of the Anthony centenary. Twenty states, or two more than his wife and three children serernl weeks ago and tins so far been unable l.nlf of the required number to ratify the amendment, hnve already given It to make his bow to the president. Mr. Shldehnrn, ambassador of Japan. their support. The Intensive campaign Is another watting to be received, ns Is that hns Just been stnrted Is to be also the Polish minister. Then the felt In the far West, Ih the cenItalian and Peruvian nmbassndors are tral West nnd In the South. Suffragists already In tills country nnd will soon feel absolutely confident that the following states will ratify Just as soon n be ready to be received, while the the ministers of as their legislatures can get to work: nmhassndnr and a will Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, New Switzerland nnd Vermont, Carolina, bo here shortly. Also the new Euro- Mexico, North pean governments thnt have not yet West Virginia, Kentucky, Louisiana. assigned ministers to Washington will Maryland, Mississippi, Virginia, New be doing so beforo long. The presi- Jersey and South Carolina, fourteen afdent will hold a real reception by the In all. This would bring the total up them, there firmative votes for the amendment time he Is able to receive thirty-fouleaving only two addiwill be so many to present their cre- to tional votes to be obtained. The womdentials. en sny they hnre at least ten opporAlenear Coming From Brazil. votes that will be With the arrival ot the Italian and tunities for these lacking under their plnn of computaPeruvian ambassadors, nil of the em- tion. bassies In Washington ngaln have Great Road Buldlng Projects. heads with the exception of the BrazilThe United States has entered on ian. An ambassador from Brazil will arrive shortly. Augusto Cochrane de an era of good roads building. Between July 1, 1018, nnd November Alencor has accepted an nppolntment to this post. Senor Alencnr was for- 1, 1010, the agricultural department 1,345 road projects. Inmerly Brazilian minister to Peru and approved of 12,159 post of undersecre- volving the Improvement recently hed the tary for foreign affairs. He Is to sail miles, at an estimated cost of approxfor his post here within n month, com- imately $181,143,044. Ot this sum, aping by way of London. The Brazilian proximately $78,002,107 represents fedgovernment has received assurances eral funds. Since the passage of the The services federal aid road act 1.027 projects that he Is acceptable. These call for he rendered to the United States In the have been approved Peruvian negotiations when he was the construction of 18,500 miles of charge d'affaires to Peru are recalled. road at an estimated cost of $225,2077-84- 7, of which about $05,408,140 will be Then for the flrst time In months will all of the ambassadors assigned to borne by the federal gorernment. Gratifying progress also has been made In Washington be "cn the Job." For some time the diplomatic corps connection with the national forest work. From July 1, 1018,. to was a mere skeleton of Its normal self, 1, 1010, 70 projects. Involving but thero are few vacancies now among tho foreign ministers nnd new ones are 023 miles of road, were approved, and arriving all the time. The new Polish plans were completed for the Improveminister, Prince Lubomlrskl, recently ment of 50 others, aggregating 046 arrived, and Oeorge Houssos, the min- miles. During the present and the next fisister of Greece, returned nfter an absence of ten months. The Polish min- cal year, there will be made available et ister hns Just purchased for his gov- for road Improvements Jaws,least if anyhare Certainly few ernment the handsome residence at In 2040 Sixteenth street, which was at produced greater results, either purterms of expenditures for a good embassy. one time the Austrian pose or In terms of helpful legislation Two New Ministers Coming. Two new ministers are scheduled to nnd machinery, than the federal aid road act It seems clear. In the come soon, that Of Switzerland to that the principal limiting Hans Sulzer, who asked some age to be relieved; find the min- factors in the 1020 program will be time those of rail transportation for nnd repubister of the new Czecho-Slovnof suitable road materials, lic. The Swiss envoy will be Mnro production organization available, Peter, a prominent lawyer of Genera, the contractors'supply. The suggestion and Frederick Stepnnek has been se- nnd tho labor that the federal superhas been made lected to represent should be taken only four legations actual- vision of highways Thnt leaves though tho ministers from the department of agriculture ly without heads, and placed under a federal highway of three countries are absent abroud. A bill having this purThe Portuguese minister, Viscount commission. pose In view has been Introduced In D'Alte, has gone home on a six months' the senate. It provides for a federal leave ot absence, and Dr. De Cespedes highway commission of three, each reDr. Koo, enroys of Cuba and and ceiving a salary of $10,000 a Dr. China, respectively, are abroad. The commission Is given the power De Cespedes will bo home about the or establish the highways to middle of December and Dr. Koo Is ex- to select comprised In the system, after har-ln- g pected almost any time now. The four be requested the state highway decountries without ministers assigned partments to recommend routes, and Washington at this time aro Panama. to tho order In which nil or Honduras, Montenegro and Roumanta. to determine highways shall be con. parts of such It was with pleasure that Washing- structed, reconstructed, Improved, reton heard of tho appointment of Jan and maintained. The federal Garrlguo Masaryk, son of President paired government is to assume the maintereMasaryk of the new Czecho-Slovnot these roads. The commission public, as chnrge d'affaires of the nance empowered to take over legation In this city. Is furthermore Czecho-Slovn- k the work of the department of agriIlls father hns so many friends In this culture relating to highway transportacountry that the son Is sure of tion. welcome. The secretary of agriculture, Mr. Suffragists In Final Drive, Houston, is opposed to this plan. He Anal "drive" for tho woman A to congress that the legislato the Consti- has said should bear In mind that suffrage amendment tive body tution of tho United States has thts Is a big country and that the trafbeen started. The purpose of the drive fic conditions and needs vary greatly is to stir up fresh Interest In states from section to section ; that the stato that will act through special sessions highway departments, being in Immeof legislatures that are to be called touch with local conditions, are shortly, or through regular sessions diate able to classify tho roads properly best that will bo held In January. Soma ot on the basis ot the economic purpose those conferences have already been which they may serve. The federal held with good results, the women government, tho secretary points out, say. The conferences will bo held durunder tho federal aid road act, Is coing thts month. operating In the Improvements of the been any doubt At no time has there roads of greatest Importance, the In tho minds of the women who aro classification of which Is Axed by the managing the campaign that the state highway departments. It ts furamendment would eventually be rati ther pointed out that the roads of s of the states, but flrst Importance generally meet at fled" by recently thero has been some question state bouudarlei and therefore bestates' would come Interstate highways of. nationas to whether thirty-si- x ' ratify It In time to give tho women a wide utility. Tfvc DIPLOMATIC CORPS nance In it 1020. Twenty-on- COW PUNCHER By pros-Identl- Robert J.C. Stead Br I. C SHEAW1N Kitchener, and other poems HuitaMMi ly arvfa Mfera tt ICoprrlthLt SYNOPSIS. CIIATTEn with hie father on mall, David I:Iden hai badlr menaced' ranch, lvhin reached tha a nf wiiii taw cuucauun! auTamaca. An accident to th auto In which Dr. Ilardr, eminent eaetern phratrfan, and hti daugh-ta- r Irene, are tour In a the country, brlnaa naw element Into hla Ufa. Dr. tlardra broken, and ha la eaceaaartlr conIff la to fined hla bad. Friendship, and d morr' d'v'aP" between Irana and I.-aome-liaf- CHATTKn greatly enjoys tha unconventional freedom of ranch lira, and har acnuilntanreahln with David rlpene Into affection, On Dr. Itardy'a recovery tha vounit people Part, with tha under, atanillnir that Uavld will eeak to Improve hla poaltlon In Ufa and ther will meet ' again. cFlAPTEn Ilt.-T- ha auddan death of hla father leavea PavMI with practically nothing but tha faw bar acree of tha ranch, tha elder man having through raara of dlialpatlon wailedto tha Incoma. paid,' David soes tha neartet town, determined to keep hla promise to Irana by acquiring an aducatlon and making himself worthy of her lla eecurea tha flrat work offered, driving a team for a coal denier, and meeta a man named Con. ward, about hla own aga, by whom ha la lad Into dlatlpatlon, ll.-Ir- ene CHAITKIl of clean mind, David determines to gat away from hla uncongenial aurroundlnga, and Kate brtnga him Into contact with ilr. Malvln Duncan, who aeea the Inherent good In tha boy and welcomet him to hla home, where ha meeta Edith, hla hoat'a pretty daughter, and beglna tha coveted education. Tuniulisequent ICTaoTIHTWTeTv'nit rap idly tnltlntctl Into many matters be. nlde parlor manners ntid conversation. Mr. Duncan placed the first and greatest emphasis upon learning to write nnd to write wll. They had many philosophic discussions, In which the elder mnn nought to lend the younger to the acceptance of truths that would not fall htm In the strain of nfter life, and when a conclusion had been agreed upon It wan Mr. Dun enn'a hahlt to embody It In a copy for Dnvc'fl writing lesson. As noon as Dave had learned to read a little Mr. Duncan took him ono day to the public library, and the young man groped In amazement up and down the great rows of books, Presently n stranga sense of Inadequate-nou- n came over him. "I can never read all of those books, nor half of them," he said, "I suppose ono must read them In order to be well Informed." Mr. Duncan appeared to change the subject "You like fruit?" ho asked. "Yes, of course. Why" "When you go Into a fruit store do yon stand and say, 'I can never eat II of that fruit, crates and crates of It, and carloads more In tha warehouse? Of course you don't. Yon eat enough for the good of your system and let It go at that Now Just apply the same sense to your reading. Head as much as you can think about, and no more. The trouble with many of our people Is that they do not read to think but to save themselves the trouble of thinking. The mind, left to Itself, Insists upon activity. So they chloroform It." Dave's talks with Mr. Duncan became almost nightly occurrences, cither at the Duncan home or when he drove the family for the master of the house often accompanied them or when they met downtown, as frequently happened. And the boy was not slow to realize the broad nature of the task to which Mr. Duncati had set himself. Ills education was to be built of every knowledge and experience that could go Into the rounding life. of a The climax seemed to be reached when Mr. Duncan Invited Dave to him to a dinner at which noted thinker, Just crossing the continent, had consented to speak. "It wilt be evening dress," said Mr. Duncan. "I suppose you are hardly fitted out that way?" "I guess not," said Dave, smiling broadly. He recalled the sarcasm with which the Metford gang referred to any who might be seen abroad In their "Hereford fronts." He had a sudden "vision of Wuiself running the gantlet of their ridicule. Hut Mr. Duncan was continuing. "I think I can fix you up," he said. "We must be pretty nearly of a size, and I hare a spare suit." And almost bofore ho knew It It was arranged that Dave should attend the dinner. It was an eventful night for him. His shyness soon wore off, for during these months be had been learning to accept any new experience gladly. And as he eat among this company of the best minds of the town he felt that a new world was opening before him. His good clothes seemed to work up In some way through bis subconsciousness and glvo htm a sense of capability. Ho was In the mental atmosphere of men who did things, and by conforming to their customs be had brought his mind Into harmony with theirs, so that It could receive suggestions, and who knows return suggestions. And be was made to d s "Tho first thing is to get out of the deadline," said Mr, Duncan. "I am not hoping that you will have found destiny In n wholesale warehouse, but you must get out of tho deadline. As long as you shovel coal you will shovel coal. And you are not capable of anything better until you thlnkyou are." "Hut I've liked It pretty well," said Dave. "As long as I was Just working for my wages It was dull going, but it was different after I got to see that oven shoveling coal was worth while. I suppose It Is the same with groceries, or whatever one docs. As soon as you begin to study what you handle, the work loses Its drudgery, It Isn't a man's Job that makes him sick of his Job; It's what he thinks of his Job." A light of satisfaction was In his teacher's eyes as Dave made this answer. Mr. Duncan had realized that he was starting late with this pupil, and If there were any short cuts to education he must find them. So he had set out deliberately to Instil the. Men that education Is not a matter of schools and colleges, or courses of reading, or formulae of any kind, but matter of the five senses applied to every experience of life. And he knew that nothing was coarse or common that passed through Dave's hands. Dave's energy and enthusiasm In the warehouse soon brought him promotion from truck hnnd to shipping clerk, with an advance In wages to sixty-fiv- e dollars a month. He was prepared to remain In thts position for some time, as he knew that promotion depends on many things besides ability. Mr. Duncan had warned htm against tho delusion that man Is en- ... tirely muster of his destiny. Hut Dare was not to continue In the grocery trade. A few evenings later ho was engaged In reading In the public library. Mr. Duncan had directed him Into the realm of Action and poetry, and he was now feeling his way through "Hamlet." On the evening Ir question an' eldorly man engaged him In conversation. "You are a Shakespearean student. I seer think, think, think. CHAPTER V. Tho euuiruer was not far gone when Dave, through an Introduction furnished by Mr. Duncan, got a new Job. ing preparation to the stones with a It was lu tho warehouse of a wholetooth brush. sale grocery, trundling cases and of merchandise. It was cleaner sacks than handling coal, and the surroundLook for the Best. ings were more cougenlal and the Every man and woman oa earth charm. wages were better titty dollars has some good quality, If yon win At.hU acquaintance with, tho work aly take the trouble to look for It mouth, to, begin. tomorrow.' Dave hurried with his problem to Mr. Duncan. "I think I'd like the work." he said, "but I am not sure whether I can do It. My writing Is rather wonderful." Mr. Duncan turned tho matter over In hts mind. "Yes," he said at length, "but I notice you are beginning to use the typewriter. When you leant that God gave you ten Angers, not two, you may make a typist. And there Is nothing more worth whllo than being able to express yourself In English. They'll teach you that on a newspaper. I think I'd take It. "Not on account of the money," he continued, after a little. "You would probably soon be earning more In the wholesale business. Newspaper men are about tho worst paid of all professions. Hut It's the best training In the world, not for Itself but as a step to something else. The training Is worth while, and It's the training you wunt. Take It." Dure explained his disadvantages to the editor of the Call. "I didn't want you to think," he said, with great frankness, "that because I was reading Shakespeare I was a master of English. And I guess If I were to write up stuff In Hamlet's language I'd get canned for It." "We'd probably have a deputation from the Moral lteform league." said the editor with a dry smile. "Just the same, If you know Shakespeare you know English, and we'll soon break you Into tho newspaper style," 80 almost before ho knew It Dare was on the staff of the Call. His beat comprised the police court, Aro department, hotels and general pick-upDave utmost Immediately found the need of acquaintanceships. The Isolation of his boyhood had bred In him qualities of aloofness which had now to bo overcome. He was not naturally a good "mixer ;" he preferred hts own company, but his own company would not bring him much news. So he set about deliberately to cultivate acquaintance with the members of the pollco force uud the Are brigade and tho clerks In the hotels. And ho had In his character a quality of sincerity which gave him almost lustant admts-slo- n Into their friendships. He had not suspected the charm of his own personality, und Its discovery, feeding uion his new born enthusiasm for friendships, still further enriched the "Not exactly. I read a little In the evenings." "I hHVe seen you hero different limes. Are you well acquainted with the town?" "Pretty well," said Dave, scenting purpose in the that there might be questioning. "Working now?" Dave told him where he was employed. "I am the editor of the Call." said the elderly man. "We need another man on the street; a reporter, you know. We pay twenty-fiv- e dollars a week for such a position. If you are Interested you might call at the Office never was such It was the very acme of toy Invention, classic of features, graceful of form, appareled In materials duplications of the latest modes of fash-Ion- . Flexible of Joints, some Inner mechanism moved eyes and Hps, and then It talked Inlked? Bless ynti! in' the clearest No childish accents. wonder It did all these things, for. when Warren llrlll asked the price, the salesman replied: "Seventy-livdollars, sir." "Whew!" aspirated Roy Burton, who had srcolnpnnled Urlll on his Christmas shopping tour. Til take It." said the latter. "Why, you've gone clear daffy," remonstrated Ilurton. "You've got no little ones at home." "N-nthat's so." replied Warren In his diffident hesitating way, "but, you see." and he grew flustered "Miss Deere " "Eh! Nellie Deere? Surely you're not thinking of giving that grown up beauty a doll?" "Oh deor nol" answered Brill, and he fluttered like a frightened schoolboy. "I wouldn't dare to offer her a gift I was thinking of presenting the doll to her little niece, Dorothy. I hope Miss Deere won't resent my taking such a liberty. Of course we're quite friendly " "Friendly I" Interrupted Burton. "That's putting It mildly. Why, every body knows you re In love with Nellie, and the way she favors your company shows how she regards you." "Oh. do you think so, positively?" gasped Warren. Ills face was a vast map of longing hope. "You don't know how how happy you make me. Just put the doll aside," to the salesman. "I shall want some special records made and I'll see you a dull. lll'ltK y. three-fourth- Mar-chlen- lira-r.lllo- Czecho-Slovnkl- r, two-seate- d Sunday-a- fternoon ceal. ... (Continued next week.) Professional Enemies of Crocodile. There are men whose business It Is to catch crocodiles and who earn their living by that means. And whenever a human being has fallen a victim a professional crocodile catcher Is asked to help to destroy the murderer, and a large reward offered him. The majority of natives will not Interfere with the reptiles, or tnke any part In their capture, probably fearing If they do anything of the kind they themselves may some time or ojher suffer for It by being attacked by a crocodile. To Clean Diamonds. Diamond dust Is a Ane dust produced from cutting diamonds. It ts extensively used by Jewelers, chiefly for cleaning diamonds. It may be procured In any Jewelry store, together with Instructions for Us use. Another quite satisfactory way to clean diamonds Is to make a lather of soap, add a little ammonia and apply this cleans- a bold scheme," soliloquized Warren, and proceeded straight back to the toy store. He sought out the salesman. "Now, as I understand It." d, "a regular baby phonograph device Inside the doll makes It say all those cute things, when you operate a button?" "That's It," acceded the clerk. "And I can have a special record made?" "Surely. We can attend to that for you." Warren met Nellie on the street the day before Christmas, and she men tloned the fact that she had been very much disappointed as to the Christmas tree they had received. It being straggly and undersized. "Why," spoke Warren eagerly, "I saw the finest layout of trees down at Chester only yesterday, Miss Deere. I haven't a thing to do the rest of Won't you deputize me to the day. help give the little ones a good time?" Warren arrived at the Deere home with the tree and various packages. He helped Nellie tilm the tree. He operated the talking doll to even the wonderment of Mr. and Mrs. Deere, who at ten o'clock Indulgently retired. Warren began to act nervous, ne bad placed a new record specially by hts side, his , .finger on the button. Nellie was looping a string made to order inside the doll. He set It on a chair of holly near the foldlngdoors. She looked at him strangely as he he-;Jl- later." "It's nd er $1,000.-000,00- 0. k Czecho-Slovnkl- yr. said: "Miss Deere Nellie. I ha r e something to say to you that Is yes something to tell you, and can't say It Won't you please listen to what my little friend here,, the doll, will say for me, and then maybo maybe you'll say something, too," "Dear Nellie, I love you. I know that you arca star high above me, end the best man In the world of you; but I can give you every luxury and add the greatest one of all love. Say It's not altogether hopeless." Nelly blushed peony red. Then she quizzically. smiled slightly, almost She moved four steps. They brought her directly under the mistletoe. War ren arose 1 his feet. "Oh. Nel. " be cried, "you you didn't get unir that mistletoe on purpose?" She hung her head embarrassed, yet Inviting. He stole to her, brare as ne circled her waist with a Hon. She snuggled closer; he his arm. pressed hts lips to hers. "Oh, a .merry Christmas to all the world," be Jubilated expanslrely, and In the accents there was the cheer of a happy, happy man. k threo-fourth- i Jgo Four j THE CITIZEN BEREA WINS GAMS WITI RICHMOND NORMAU Tlio basketball team of the M. Mid-Seas- on iQVVIIIUOt IUi 1VIP Berea College Hospital Be I Sale! 7ml for Women. KdMipmrni nl Sctrlce at ItowmI Cost. Wnl for Men St.n Parlor, Private Room. Hatha. Electric Service. Surgery, Core in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL Can in n il PRACTICE Church Athlctlo Club wont (0 Rich mond December 11 and dofoaled thtf S'lalo Normal (cam 30-- 3. The Berea team missed a largo number of baskets, but tlicy mado up for this by ,. !(,.-,- . E Coats Let's Reason Together Waists Sweaters Hose Suits Dresses visit an establishment, whleh Is a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. M Pi lli''limot-- ' Tain nnl Tinlncr nhln In mnVfl a nlncrla ffald nnnrl'tK RonHRT I)., Physician Harlan Ouiiliy, M I)., I'hrslclanrhyalclan Maroarit S. Grant, M. D., Mm Mary I.onoacrk, R.N., Superintendent It. CowLky, Mm Nkllir Millkr, R.N., Head Nurse CHANGE IN RATES Heclnnlnc March t, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients S cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per tlaj. Hr Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College aiiuii tiuiu puuu-- nuiu maun by foul goals. Clark's guarding was exceptionally good. Other features of tho gamo were: tho floor work of Hayes and goal shooting of Stophcnson, who mado 12 points for Bcrca. was as follows: Tho line-u- p Beroa .Richmond Galloway (2) r. f. Blanton (1) I. f. ' uui. t Petticoats Skirts Furs, Etc. ' HATS And Finest Millinery ' , A great many individuals and business la stitulions aro unable to sco any good In any proposition unless it promlsos immcdlato returns to themselves. This bank Is progressiva. Wo rcalizo lhat tho practice of Thrift la of vital importanco to tho country, and exlrava-ganand waslo (ho outstanding feature ot co LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A I Mun'cy (4) r. f. Crutcher Godboy (0) 1. f. Bennett 1. f.Ooodman Coylo (4) iSlephcnson(12) o, Bourno 1. g. Fields (1) Clark (0) Hayes (2) 1. g. Gregory M inter (1) I. f. I. f. r. f. l. f. 1. f. . Hats to suit any face Call and be convinced . Evans Best Blacksmithing work and repairs of all descriptions burned at her home on Estill street at tho Colleges Blacksmith Shop, Thursday morning between llvo and Main Street, north of Tho Citizen six o'clock. She lived until about ad. 1:15 Sunday morning, when sho Offlcc. passed away. Sho was alono in the room stand& Logsdon, Dentists 'Baker ing before an open grato warming Ofllcc Hours from 8 lo 5. Bcrca, Ky. herself, with her back to tho Are, Telephone No. 3. When her clothing caught fire and soon enveloped her with flames. No L. & N. TIME TABLE ono saw the clothing catclt fire. Northbound Matilda Day wa3 in the kitchen preTrain No. 34 3:38 a. m. paring breakfast and Mrs. Early was Train No. 3812:48 p. m. just ready to start down stairs. Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. Botli sisters heard her cries and reached her at tho samo time. Tho Southbound flames were smothered around her Train No. 3112:46 a. m. neck and shoulder, but tho clothing Train No. 33 12:25 p. m. was practically all burned off by Train No. 37 1:10 p. m. that lime. Her brothers were immediately Mrs. Andrew Isaacs is very ill at notified. B. F. and Stanley the Ilobinson Hospital. Last report of Cleveland, and I. L. and was that slio is improving 9lightiy. E. VanWinklc, of Cincinnati, and Herbert Todd, tho brother of Mrs. A. Millersburg, Margaret Golden, is with her in her C. A. VanWinkle, of reached her bedside beforo her homo on High street. , recognized them, but Chester Parks suffered a relapse death, and sho Georgia pneumonia and is very sick at John W. VanWinklo from of did not arrive until after tho burial. liis residence on Chestnut street. Funeral sorvices were hold in tho Will SNvopo lias returned to his home Sunday afternoon, Brother home, after a very pleasant visit in Tho J. W. Hudspeth officiating. Berea. burial took place in the Berea Mrs. Maggie Gabhaid, who was the widow, f John Rice, died at her home-ne- ar Siatc Lick. She leaves Thusband, and somo small children. DR. DONALD H. EDWARDS LOCATES IN BEREA Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lewis have Just Dr. Donald H. Edwards has come returned from a trip into Southwest' from New York, where he did postArizona. They report a wonderful graduate work in tno study of eye, country with flowers blooming, and car, nose and throat. He has acFigs, dales, cepted vegetables growing. n position on the medical oranges, and grapo fruit aro under staff of tho Robinson Hospital. cultivation. They visited with E., V. Hudson and family, and daughter, Etta Mao Lewis. Mr. Coddinglon lias been slowly improving during tho past woek. Ho lias been at home for several We days, but is unable to leave the house. Van-Wink- le, Scientific horso shoeing, lino iron MISS VANWINKLE DIES FROM BURNS Miss Lela VanWinklc was fatally McDuglo nico McFnrlan Martin Jenkins Referee, Keith, of Richmond; urn- - announced to thoir friends Monday pirc, Simon Muncy, of Borea; time that they were married September of periods 20 minutes. I Dili during the Stale fair at Louisville. The ceremony was performed MITCHELL BUMBACK by Rev. J. a Hoskons, pastor of tho Miss I.ranna Mitchell and Mr. Mar- Davison Memorial church of that tin Humhark were quietly married cily in tho presence of only a few by tiio Rev. Mr. Dodd. in Lexington, witnesses. Miss Maupin is very Saturday evening. After the cere- much admired, is of a very winning mony they camo directly to Bcrca, personality, ami is the daughter of whero they visited tho brido's Mr. F. C. Maupin of Berea. Sho has mother, Mrs. Minnie Mitchell, on been a most efficient leacher In' Center street, until Tuesday, whn Kirksvllle school tho past two yoars, they left for a visit at tho groom's and had accepted the position again home in Frankfort. this fall and it was for this reason The bride is a charming and it was decided to keep tho wedding pleasant ypung lady, and for the n secret. Tho groom is a son of ono past few months has been employed of our most substantial farmers, Mr. as nurse in a hospital at Frankfort. A. D. Burrus. Ho now has a posiTho groom is a soldier, now in tho tion with tho Madison Tobacco service. House. Tho happy couplo havo Mrs. Bumback will makn her homo laken rooms at tho Dixie Inn, whero for tho present with her mother, they aro being showered with conwhile her husband is in tho service. gratulations by a host of friends. j o. 1. g. I. g. 1. g. MAUPIN BURRUS 1. g. A wedding, tinged with a bit of r. g. romance, was that of Miss Lillian r. g. Maupin and Mr. Luther Burrus, who Mrs. Eva Walden American lifo today. 4 Tho buslnoss of tho country must be financed. It must bo financed from the savings of the peoplo. ., War Savings Stamps and United States Treasury Savings Certificates aro a convenient, 'safo and prolltablo medium of investment. They pay 4 pctconl intcrosl compounded quarterly and can bo redeemed without unduo formality . or red lapo. Tho season's crops aro almost matured and will bo soon exchanged for ourrency in the open markoL Put your money where It will bo safo, availablo and draw a good rato of interest. If you prosper, wo prosper. Our motto It: "Roal Servico to tho Public" Berea National Bank OAKLAND OWNERS REGULARLY REPORT RETURNS OK FROM II TO S MILKS FROM THE GALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM S.W0 TO Z.ttO MILES ON TIRES GREAT CONCERTE RED CROSS MEETING Sell Please take notice that the Annual Meeting of the Berea Chapter of tho American National Red Cross will bo held on December 19, 1919, at 7:30 o'clock of said day at Vocational Chapel for the elcotion of an Executive Committee, Homo Service Committee, consideration of and action upon reports and transactions of such other business as may prop erly come before the Chapter. Each member of tho Chapter is oarneUlv urged to be present. Signed, Benton Fielder, Chairman. ftso paint and oil freely on your farm implements and thus prolong their life. Tho period of usefulness of all farm machinery and your carls and buggies is together too Hats and Sell Them By Ye lasses of tho Woman's Club ot Berea and a few of their laddies, in ye College Chapel, Saturday Even ing, ye 20th day of ye twelfth month, in this here year. Ye time for commencing ye singing will bo half-afte7 by yo time piece, and yo 'cfn- tranco mile will bo'.W and XXVTWf-nies. Ye friends and kin of Martha Washington and George, wearing yo olde time clothes, will sirfg many of ye old time tunes, some of which will bo: "Comin Thru the Rye" 4 "Jolly Jonathan" "Jerusalem. My Glorious Home'.' "Old Black Joo" "Neilio Grey" "Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground" "Scotland's Burning" Ye dark-horflddler will saw somo tunes on his fiddle. N. B. Any one who wishes (o hayo a song Iwico can send up Seven Pen nies by ye for gifts ,lo yoysyngcrs. N. B. If any ono should fcare. af-concerto bo through, lhat ho received too much benefit for yo money paide, he can make further payment to ye keeper of yo door before lie shall retire. r se door-keeper -ye Tho campaign for the sale of Treasury Savings Certificates and tho retention of all United Slates Securities will bo urged throughout the 1920 campaign. FOR SALE THIS OAKL IND SENSIBLE SIX IS POWERVD WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD-VALBOAKLAND ENGINE Eight thorobrcd Rhodo Island Roosters. Mrs. W. T. Lutes, Borea, Ky. HAY FOR SALE Twenty-fiv- e tons good mixed hay OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this Even in those ous and economical sen-ice- . districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities arc few and far bctweccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfort petently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power-t- o weight, its action is brisk and responsive." Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible- - the very moderate price at which it is sold. SENSIBLE SIX by ton or car load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f. $540 REWARD THE well-mad- for information as to whereabouts of my dog; blue, no tail, tip of ono ear off. Charles 3w-2- 5 Berea, Ky. od iel, easy-ridin- g; WANTED District Manager for Borea and vicinity. Good proposition. Previous experience unnecessary. Free School of Instruction. Address Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company, Accident and Health Michigan. Department, Saginaw, 2w-2- 5 Capital $1,500,000. GRAIN AND STOCK FARMS Touiuho Ca and Koamti: 11078 F.O.B. I'ontiac. Mich. Right Mrs Laura Jones Berea. Ky. short. Quality Clothes Shoes and Hats mm J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky I havo for sale good grain and stock 'farms In Jennings and Jefferson Counties, Ind. Prices 130 pen SILVER CREEK BRIDGE WRECKED aero and up. For description, write James Kirby, BY AN AUTO Deputy, Ind. Last Thursday night two negroes, who were driving a car belonging to W. II. Burgess, tho Richmond FOR SALE jailer, ran into tho steel bridgo on Ono good cement blook machine, tho Dixie Highway, a lilllo way good as now; will make any size north of Bcrca, and pushed tho block from four to twenty-fou- r. bridgo off Iho abutment, Tho car Also a cap and shell machine whioh with tho young men, striking tho will mako any size from two feet girder, landed off tho south sido of up. For particulars write H. E. TAYthe bridgo in tho creek. As it happened, neither of tho men wero LOR, BEREA. KY. hurt, but tho car was greatly damaged. EVERYBODY'S Mr. Burgess had sent Iho Iwo mon HAPPY n. to take a colored woman to They wero expected lo reafter a visit to the turn to Richmond Immediately, but they report they got lost and, inSHOP stead of going hack, camo toward MODEL Berea. Tho lino road and the ready response of tho englno to Iho openNOT THE CHEAPEST ing of the throttle tempted them BUT THE BEST to rather high speed. Tim corner was reached unexpectedly, too lalo Cleaning, Pressing for tho car to bo steered over fho center of Iho bridge Repairing, Altering and Tho boys wero rescued by Ihtf Dyeing neighbors, laken to Squire Johnson's and furnished with dry clothes and taken back to Richmond. ARMY OVERCOATS DYED Tho bridgo, having been wrecked, OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW Irafllc was compelled to follow tho longer courso of going around tho Horn and Into Borjm on "Prospect Special Rates on street. It Is probajilo that somo MONTHLY CLUB TICKETS tlmo will pass before tho bridge Is repaired or a new ono will tako Its ASK WALKER place. Bob-tow- Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 New Coal Dealer Having bought out the coal buslnoss formerly owned by Mr. Bailus Wilson, I am prepared lo servo all his customers and all new ones, at the samo location on Dopot StreoL Wo will doltvcr promptly to all parts of tho city. Givs us a call or phono No. 01. DR. HEUELJJARTLETT announces the removal of Ills ofllco to tho Front Suite of (looms Berea National Bank Building Obstetrics, General Praclico and Children's Diseases. Ofllco Hours: 8:30-10:a.m. 2 JO- - 4:00 p.m. Thursday ufternoon and Sundays by appointment. Phono: Ofllco 2; nesidonco 3. 00 7-7-- FARM Ono J. S. Gott Berea Kentucky hundred acres; 30 in cultivation: about 60 in Krass: real In II m. her. Lies nit pike, close lo school and churches. Drilling for oil with mile. Good five-roo-m in ono-ha- lf houso and good barn; good orchard. Never-falling FOSSILS PRESS A New Real Estate Firm If water. J. lv Pittmati, j 3w-2- 7 Dreyfus, Ky. you are interested in F. L. MOORE'S Real Estate in Rockcastle County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see 1 Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. December 16, 1910 rilK CITIZEN DR. ROSS' ADDRESSES Obi) (Contlnuad rrom l'age Five . ? i for failure. When 'men who bavo ninnascd great power or wealth die, thosn who write their obituary noGETTING TOGETHER "The moil homt'like and attractive hotel In Kentucky," tices nnd aro anxious to commend of them to the favorablo judgment Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. llio people, seek to mako prominent For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists iho kind things they bavo dono, oven secretary of Labor Wilson Says miles from Berea on Dixie Highway, the Located ,f .hey have .m;e ntly to ( best pike in Madison county. This farm contains Human llml llii'se things. I'or On the Dixie Highway henrl, corrupt as it Is, is still sound ( 1034 acres and all necessary improvements. Possession can be given January 1, 1920. rnoi.gl. to refuse the palm' of "".CONDITIONS NEAR TO NORMAL bargain. A sure-enoug- h Cess to any nmn who has to his J . predll no net of kindness nor persons f u For further information see or write PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES n bag helped. Wo can SCO for our-- 1 Strikes and Locltouta Are Decreasing E. F. DUney, Prin. j $oIi in the history of men llkO( Rapidly at It Become Eaaler to Wllen tills week ends half tlio A family Newipaper for all thai U right Settle Differences Will Have nn.l Cnrnpnio. Who aro true, and Intereetinf Plenty jf fuel Soon. Public School is gone. Contagious shrewd as well a9 rich, that thcyj Real Estate Agent diseases among tho children havtj, perceived In tlmo tlial wealth turn! PublUhwl every Thuradar at 'terra. Kr. KENTUCKY it i.i in u.bII... ii.uI BEREA " been rnmpanl, but no fatalities, to ashes Ip,s a man gives as well in BEREA PUBLISHING CO. rnplilly full almost to llio School lias been . (liMrteil0 gels. And it is their gifts, noli mmi,)0r: Svcrelnry of Labor Wilson limit all the llinc. Compared with II r ' " WM. C. FROST. E4lir4CMf lii nn intet view, lelr wealth", that have redeemed, hltesliuri:.- - When ihe engine head- nro gone. The constitutional amendj. O. LEHMAN. M.R.tina Editor lust year, up to this time, we have as "Willi the tleclslor. of Wi exeeutlve far 4is they have been redeemed, light, liiHPtl a povuni crossing the ment will be ciTcctivo January 10, " " Subicriptlon Rate which JN be grateful. j Workmuch for committee ol the United Mine trnck on N014I1 Fork the train crew and it is probable that llio war-lim- o men's thoughl of Iheir career, PAVADLH rtf AAriCis urg their Mehil)erlil to re"Flu" raged, school hobbling along, Joined In a brief imhxuiii hunt, losing NOV., said the sppaker, U'tse llireu ers lu t.W On Year . . act will now keep the country dry, i turn (o w.rk liiiinedlntely In accord-unc- e their fpjnrry In a cave. , . . . .( In and out seven solid weeks lost principles of success tire incorpornix Months up to that time. wit, the proposal of President , 60 , Three Monthe i nil told. Ami, worst of nil, wn lost ated In three sayings of Jesus, to h. WIIm.ii,'' said Ihc sccretnrjr, "the ti- Arm-winLewis Ttrnwil. 32. was fchol Expiree Monty ono of our sweetest and best boys or Send Jfntfiry hr Orden, Draft, Iletl.tirrd Lttrr, or on and two found in John 17, in n report which tlnmti lnd:clrliil sltuiillon. from the through Ihe head anil killed by a rltle COMMISSIONER'S SALE eil ilamp. Wter Your nun. on labrl ehowe to little llnlpli ChastcPii. Jesus Kavo to His Father, God, of tho Htnnilpolnt of Increased production, otillet which Tom nioomneid, "M, unue Tna data Now wo bavo our furnaco adjustHoenis to Wear t.at data jrour ubacrlptfon la paid. If It le not better aspect than nt arrest, says he fired at random. Ho had put His life 15. p. Hoskins, Admx. Plaintiff thant within threa wrekt after renewal aoUfr ed, so wc bavo a more dependable uses to which in some eighteen nny time since the period of unrest bea. n report given gun more than ago with the ba (Mlf aupplled If wa tempcraturo in our school rooms, vs. yenr Mlulnc numbere will cof occupied bj Winchester.--an notified. & Co. De- hours before He died. In this re- signing of the ninilstlce. I.011I9 KlinbwlUjU Mid Forninn Frlsbj b'outhern National Bank (Irratn anr w ha obtain new and with other improved conditions port Jpsus says, first, that throughUberaltermt for na. Any one wlne; ue four yearly "It seems likely that Within h Week rnn Into n brMsbplle In the dark, and fondants. eubecrlptione ran recelee Tha Citlitn fra for we mny ronsonnbly look forward to out His life Hp has consistently as- or ten days more men will m nt their Wt-rpainfully hurt In Iho spill. Pursuant of Judgment ana oraer o. the conclusion of a splendid years serted not Himself but God. Tho accustomed dally, tanks than at nny they Adrmltlng retee on application. Shrewsberry, on tho South Richmond. Charles work. iullnenco Ho sought over men was iltnu within many months. who drew $!l,400 from the bank anti sale entered in tho above styica ac Friday, 10, wo closo for Christmas not secured by Sees Fuel Shortage Overcome. iveness, rt TEAR'S XMAS GIFT THIS dNaiipeared In his auto, was brought tho Madison Circuit oour Thu returning miners enn be connt-I'- d tmck from Key West, where, enroute tion, by JImcr.ckg Will Olro Way la Many and New Year holidays. School re- but by the suggestion of divine 1919, tho unupon to overcome swiftly tho fuel to Cuba, he was Intercepted, nnd Is 111 at its October Term, opens .lanuary 0, 1920. power behind. Secondly, Hp says Htiortoee, Kernes to Presets of Real dersigned Commissioner will exposo 1 said In a which, as Prof. McKean, of Iho Radcliff Iblit Hp has passed on to others tho his home In the county. Vala to I'resldent John I Lewis of ai lo publio sa'o to tne nignosi anu Mon10:30, on there, arts going to 1)0 Chautauqua agency, led chapel God on which He hail Himwords of This year the mluerx' orKiinlzntlon, had brought A survey of tobacco tc best bidder, at tho hour of Uincnster. morning. Mis lecture on tho more- scnsiblo gifts bestowed and day self lived. "I have given them the the country faiv to face with perhaps Garrard county has caused an estimate Saturday, December 27, 1919, at the "Flag" was most instructive. Ho pounds to be llxcd, and word which Thou ftavesl Me." Ho the most difficult Industrial altuntlon door in Rlcnmona, -- ty.. fewer of Utoso useless gifts thai per proved to bo an artist in "story tell shared with others the best judg that ever uroe. With the mines apiln of lU.OOO.OOO Is expected to approach Courlhouso described properly: ttAA At! Bit Iff AO f1 t Ana watM atmnlat following the return the ' '"o children wi 'remember iiicnls on life that Ho know, and turnlni; out tho normal fuel supply, $7,000,000. they might to bo giving something. A tract or parcel of land In Madifactories can run full time nnd proho hc shocks and shake-up- s pi.: ir, if,..MhAi. theso He had received from God. duction will-bson County, Kentucky, on tho waters TIiIm lurgely Increased. had l'raiikffirf..Mr' William Cromwell, sponslblo for this in a great measure. gave them about things they Thirdly. Ho say, "I have kept lhcs,o will tend to reduce costs of necessi- author f work .,n 'rl!nmentary law or Jacks Creek and desorlbed as know bu didn . "Blil; Bounded on tho North by They bavo been taught tho value of eleven men within Thy name; I hut ties, ns President Wilson has pointed has been ihIv'k.mI H.nt .. ""t'e ortU'r follows: 10 I liaVo Med to shelter out. saving, and In doing so have learned , " is to say, tho lands of T. H. Collins, on tho has been received from Jiipu, 'The conciliation division of this de"re Hoard of Washington, told tho I hem from evil." In other words, the value or War Savings Stamp East by tho lands of John Crawford, partment now Is being called upon to evening, .about Clay City. J. II. Cooper, of Howe'''' on tho South by the land3 of Prysa Jesus' llfo bad been a success be handle fewer strikes and lockouts than and Thrift Stamps. For tho vast' ,"ac""rs' ,'n'1 for ,hp claims local elianiiiinushln honors as a inmm nnrl nn the West by thO cause He had put the advertisement (luring the summer. volume of potty gifts, HlUo Jim-'-""' snake killer, having dnln nin rattlers It seems worthy of a v nt Hnnmn Pnrklns and Jacks because and tho like, tho Thrift of God before "In June 30 cases were handled. In I Hno inur copperueuua tins full. lands containing 116.48 acres. Hp had very frankly shared with July 43 nnd lu August S3. Hut In SepStamps ror a moro substantial Creek, a. Wo B.PB .,I,K 8''eat interest in His friends His highest thoughts. tember the number wus reduced to described land Is In a nt, whilo tho still mora prelentl- -l WORLD NEWS Tho above . cuiuVation; splendid ,, nrn.nn. in hn iln Treasury Dickens' Christmas Carol this week. and Hp had been concerned about October also showed a reduction to 37, (Continued tram Ftae ons) state vraises fine hemp, iunoto n.n. is ani,i hA All the school rooms aro closing their moral nul spiritual life nnd while In November the totul wax but intend to recognize the Bolshevik!, high stono of o..i 17. sand land; Wl'ck w,lh nn 8aid premises, the United Stales Treasury Depart had done His IipsI to protpct them nor do they intend further lo aid or tobacco, and oi. "On December 1 only 27 Industrial Mjng anij jvo) In denominations of flOO nfj.uirisimas i re menl from evil. dlxjiutes were pi'iidlng us iiniiiljiisleil tho opponents. Tho withdrawal of tnero is a cooa awci. thnt will Miss Howies will spend vacation 11,000. These principles ar" supreme ijl before the iuyH'ui. wlUJe In AubiM foreign influences will removo thoj splendid tobacco barns Iilnkp. Ky, II. F. I). Miss Elliott at total war CO. the any right doctrine of success. excuse Hiat many Russians havo house, twenty acres of tobacc "A,land at McKinney, Ky. Miss DeDoard at Tho speaker concluded by an apCHILDREN MAKE TOYS They're Getting Together. given for not taking a sland against Thero is very little of such nrj "Although the division d.ws not gel tho radicals. Tho Germans aro beaten again. Level Green, Ky. Christmas pres- peal to the students to associate on tho market in this county. . ents may be sent to Herca for Iho themsplves reports on all strikes and lockouts, Tills tlmo it is by the children of now by an act 0.' coventhe judgment in this case Is hd jlnce It can act legally only when rethe Seventh and F.lghlh Grades of rest of the faculty. ant (as lie said, by "snaking hands" quested by one of the parties con U. S. NEWS referred to for-- a rtsoro'Tmi-llexilaA Merry Christmas and a Happy llio Training School. The result of - (Continued tram, rasa Onal wjth Jpsus. Christ, making them-- , CeVwed, the enses coming to the didescription of this land and part their work was to bo seen in Iho New War to pverybodyl selves His scrvnntj. leaving tho vision are representative 'f the gen- roads aro still controlled by tho thereof. snow-windo- w of iho Portcr-,Moo- ro question of th power of their lifo eral situation. Just now they seem to Government and that it had resumed Terms: Saldjand. wilLbe solion Drug Store. A splendid display of CHURCHES FIND RACE PROBLEM to Him. If tliey did so, said the Indicate that employees nnd ruployers ils powers in the coal and sugar-affaira credit of nine, sixteen and twenty-fo- ur finding It eusler to settle differanl- i hand made toys in tho form of sppaker, it was simply impossible are peacefully NATIONAL IN SCOPE months, tho purchaser being rethan through strikes ences Tho Constitutional amendment is quired to execute sale bonds paya-b'- o mals greeted the eyo of tho passcr-- 1 Hint their lives should fail of sup and lockouts. New York, Tho Negro migration binding on both federal and slato by. There wero horses, bears, goats. ces-s- . to tho Commissioner with op "Thus In November the division wa elephants, rabbits, camels, squirrels, has brought new problems to both able to adjust but one ciibp, while In governments, and this amendment proved security and bearing 0 perparrots, owls, ducks, and other while and colored churches in tho August the corresponding number wnJ supercedes the stale laws. cent interest from day of sale untho church things. These had been sawed out North. The migrants, not.casily as- GOOD. ROADS HELP SCHOOLS live cases and In October six, Tho court did not take action on til paid, with a lien, retained on tha at home, are members 'The records of the division also tho "beer cases," which attacked land until said bonds and Interest with a scroll saw and painted under similated by Iho colored churches Before Improvement Average Attendshow that during November the num- tho constitutionalily bf enforcetho direction of Miss BedcL All at the North; and this failure to are fully paid. ance Wa 68 In Elfjht Counties ber of women affected directly In ment act, but confined itself solely wore equipped In travel. Somo on form new tics creates problems for n. B. TERRILL 76 Afterwards. strikes, lockouts and controversies In rockers, somo on wheels. It would both tho white mission boards and enforcement act. Madison Master Commissioner. which the difficulties failed to reach to war-lim- o A survey made by. the government All hopes for a "wet" Christmas Circuit Court. be difficult to select tho best, for all tho colored organizations. the strike stage was of the effects nf good rond building on showed considerable skill on Iho A commiloo of tho Homo Missions school attendance In eight counties part of theso youngsters. Council, a body representing protcs shows thnt before the roads were Im- SINN FE1NERS ARE ARRESTED Formerly Americans went to Ger tnnt America, has made a ccneral proved the averuRe school attendance many for this class of loyc. Tho srv,.y of several slates in bolh was CO, with "Ovafter the roads were Thomas Kelly, Member of House of Commons, and Others Seized and mark, "Mado In Germany," . Hons. Their report shows that In Improved. Sent to England in Warship. was sought for as Indicating better (lhrco western stales Michigan, goods, but If all children wero. Ohio, and Indiana thero aro REAL ESTATE Dublin, Ireland, Dec.' 12. Thomas to mako loys as Ihcso bavo'noo Negro migrants, sixty percent John F, Dean J. W Herndon Kelly, S'nn Fein, member of the house been, Germany would bavo to go of whom aro ostimated as church of commons, wns arrested In the course Wo aro still selling real estate. bf several raids by the police and the elsewhere for buyers of hor goods, members at homo; but only 12 per cent have united with northern Tho miners' strikes puts no obanf military. The houses searched Includchurches. They are mostly country to our business. Wo have some k, ed that of Count Plunkett, who was used to emotional preaching pcclally altracllvo propositions to absent at the time. Several other armrests were made besides that of Kelly. nnd haphazard methods of llnanco., offer Just now loo many to give were taken In Kingsourato descriptions of all, but If you Tho prisoners Negroes consider thorn town In military lorries. They were ignorant and shiftless, whilo to tho want a farm, houso and lot or va placed In rowboats and taken out to migrant Northern Negroes lack Iruo cant property, como and see us. a warship which sailed for an English , religion. White churches have John Doan continues at Tha Bank, port. The approaches to the harbor dono "practically nothing" to coun- -' And though bo's tall and lean and were guarded by tho military with armored cara and tnnks. 'It was rutpracl ihe serious conditions follow- -j lank, ing this lack of understanding, IIo'll sell your land and write your mored that the destination of tho prisoners was Wormwood Scrubbs Jail either by missionary ondeavor of, doods You get an entirely new idea of bread goodness when near London. Kelly was served Tuestheir own. or bywith And look after your flnanoial needs, day evening with a police magistrate's you partake of Crusader Milk Bread. Its exquisite flavor the colored churches In meeting the Herndon keeps up his rambling order to close the Sinn Fein headquaris due to the rich milk it contains and every woman urgent need. ters which, despite several raids and round, , knows what milk means in baking. The report gives bousing condi- - Through country side and In town; suppression by proclamation, continIn addition to imparting a delicious flavor, milk also tions as nan, clean recreation Tiara But f you want a house and land. ued In operation. The order was not makes Crusader Bread easy to digest and unusually, obeyed, the hendquarters still being lo find, Iho night schools unprovided Just wink at him ho'U understand. nourishing. Crusader is the bread for hungry and delopen when the raid took place. for. in tho cities tho raco reeling! Comn nn to icate appetites alike, while for healthy, growing children Is rarely ncuto; but in many small there is nothing better. DEAN & HERNDON SMALLPOX ON OCEAN LINER towns previously without colored PNEUMONIAE Get a large or rmall loaf today. See how nicely it cute. Note the Kentucky population raco bitterness is rapid Berea Neglect of e simple coU is often j smooth and even texture; the criep. tender, brown cruet; the light Nearly 1,000 on Board the French the direct cauie of pneumonia. Chilly neveinping. crumb; the creamy flavor. Serve it at your next meal. For aale Steamer Brlttannla Vaccinated dren do not like to take nauseating by better grocera. Tho committeo recommends untied After Case Is Found. medicine but do like the toothing work by tho Northern whilo effect of the external remedy, NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY churches to collect Information and New York. Dec. 10. The French GIVE (0 arniiso local while churches and Hteuincr Ilrlttannla arrived from Mar--, eelllcs and the Azores with a case of denominational boards to coop- -, smallpox In the steerage. A DOZEN GIFTS crato with tho colored churches In Nearly a thousand persons. Includwill rut suia iiic aama programs lo bo worked out to moot For tho Price of Ona. ing tho passengers and entire crew, j local needs. Among theso commu- -' Itrsme'f Vapomcntlu Salve ti p-wero vaccinated by quarantine officiYou can aend mora than 1100 by nlty centers colored peoplo aro rco- -i flirdthe rubbing tins delightful ulre als. puRva full of tha moat cheit and under the rimi. anil ognized as prosslng. Theso would Intereattnc Tho steamer was held at quarantine TU muh U tlnoH Imuu frtul Iron croup read i.n -- daahinK of novala cal cou. it u not vquvvii tor The 609 steerage be operated by tho colored churches for disinfection. tales ftiaclnatlns MvbUwacairi ol pottunoc la of love and romance and travelers were transferred to Uoffuian wilh (ho moral and flnanoial hack- la tucroeiD afur a lew LARGE AND SMALL LOAVES' comments on els; IPplKUtefU lUtMDi lsand for observation. topic of our times ing or wnuo organizations, as lias rWiklctl by tUrtoft tor FOR ONLY 1 4.00. ft rounfrvt 11 u wM been so successfully dono at some cc fur c7uwo-- j Pacific Mall Adds Freighters. YOU SAY points In tho S'outh by tho Southern 10c. 63c ki4 II :0 San Francisco, Dec. 11. Twelve Merry Christmas U ttl itnt tod crml churchos. 8,500-tofreighters have been allor ret uaifM lem Twelve Tlmee a Year With pu tequtu to Tho Council proposes a conference cated to tho Pacific Mall Steamship DRAME DRUG of all its constituent boards. North company to begin operations of a trade COMPANY routo from the Philippine Islands and and South, to consider tho raco qucs- - 3 N. WHfcsstioro.H.C. Chinese ports to French iiuii liiuii u iiuiiviitii oiuiiuuiii. 'ia the Straits Settlements and uidla, the if affpnlji ihn Christian nhnrehoa of company has anuounced. Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. Lclh races. BOONE TAVERN rs LABOR AND CAPITAL Blue Grass Farm! FOR SALE - The Citizen llnnl-ifi.lln- W. F. KIDD r- - . , " d.iw . . Poet-onV- e 11 A .... self-asse- tele-Rl-n- m - rrA K", 11 'u. Vm . -- v v sec-tra- do 130,-tau- ea-M- I i Exquisite Flavor and Great Nourishment $ - PREVENT mm lulu-mure- Milh Bread Crusader nlrt.-an- i WW n I j MAGAZINE SCRIBNER'S Indo-Cbln- Pago Six THE CITIZEN December 18, 1910 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator or a seed corn shorlago if il had not pmnmieni man from tho V. S. been for Iho continuous and of Agriculture (E. A. prccedentcd rainfall- during Oclobor Miner) wno is inwmaiciy acquaint- -. nn,i vovombcr. As a result of this -cd with tho condition of Southern, orn i,a. (lriC(i oui nracllcally MAKE THE FLOCK BETTER A - SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE l.l n CL..l. D..... V uciea S TUCctUUinu Ulliuuia 1 ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Director of Home Science The Use of Pop Cera Pop Corn Balls 1 cup syrup 2 to .1 quarts of popped com 1 lablospoonful vinegar Boil togotlier tho syrun and vine gar until syrup hardens when dropped In cold walor, Pour over popped corn and mold into balls or fancy shapes. Kllhur honey, uinplo syrup, molassos, while cane or corn syrup may bo used. Dunk Dory 2 cups popped corn 'A cup of walnut moats 3 cakes swcot chocolate 2 tablcspoonfuls condensed milk Break tho chocolnto Into small pieces nnd melt ii over hot walor. As soon as it is molted, add tho cream, corn and nuts. Stir quickly with a silver fork and lift out in small lumps, placo on waxed paper to dry. StuSed Prunes pound prunes H pound dates Vi pound figs U pound nuts 1 lablospoonful lemon Juice Pass through tho meal chopper, using noxt lo tho smallest slxo knlfo. Ilcmovo tho stones from very largo prunes after baking about an hour or until soft enough lo work with, Cut on one shlo only so 114 lo leave a pocket. Fill With the pimiiMl mixture and clo.e the opening so there will he no traco of the culling. Dry for a short time, then roll in sifted powdered sugar. Tins mixture Mils llfty or sixty Inrpe M power, combined with Training that adds to your money-earniKentucky is leading all tho Sbuth ...... , ,. ,. P..0".. . general education. era oiaios in lis pouury num. uu er should occur within tho next FOR TOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpontry, Bricklaying, Printattributes this to tho campaign for few weeks, tho germinating power ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. standardization of Poultry. This is of damp corn would bo seriously ro- FOR YOUNG-- LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, generally rccognixed as tho most iluccd. If riot destroyed, just as oe Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. constructive picco of Poultry. Ex- curred In 1017-1- 8. II will bo re tension work ever attempted. membered how difficult II was lo 2nd Door Foundation School Every county in tho Stalo that is And good seed thai year nnd how General Education for those act far advanced, combined wllh some forlunato onoogh to have a County Iho prims ndvanred lo Sin anil $12 vocational tralnlnf. No matter what your present advancement, Agent is pushing tho Standardiza'or bushel. Ot'lnitilv no farmer will we can put you with others like yourself and five chases for work this spring. It is even care to go tion thru that experience most rapid improvement. being successfully carried on in again. If von have not nicked nut agents. counties without your seed com do ii now. Hang it Door English Academy Course Kentucky's first largo baby-cb- lo up In a dry placo with plenty of For those who are sot expecting to teach and who are sot foln recently been oslab M 1. II sc. I. Ill ory .... ... . - I hatchery has u win om qiilCK.uiiaiM.n Il alan .Ivea thru Gollen and dnnlr. or cental .due.llon. lished and several others aro conSlnCO It Is nOW SO Into nnd h haul Mnnnl Himaflno tnr lhn hn wllh m rnnii aUrl In templated tho near future. roro in weallicr is n possibility nl any study and expect to carry it on by themselves. plants lime it would Several large he an excellent plnn boing put up In addition to those are lo keep the ears In a warm room 1th Door Normal School already in successful operation, until dried out. Don't (rust crib This gives excellent training for thoso who cxpocl to leach. Tho is coming Thus wo find that poultry corn for seed next spring. II Is nl courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho to occupy tho promicnt placo to wavs an unsafe practice and ospe summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, which il Is entitled in the State. eially so wlien corn f cribbed as thus, earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. The climate, soil, nearness to feed lamp as it is now. supply and markets are all favor 5th Door Academy Course able. A CLUB OIRL'S LETTER Thoso countios in which the This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Wlldlo, Kentucky, Standardization Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The work has been December 13, 1910 longest under way or is farthest Academy is now Berea's largest department developed aro beginning to reap tho Mr. Robert F. Spence, Bcrea, Ky. benefit. Several of them aro plan6th College ning to hM largo sales of pullets Dear Sir: this is the crown of the whole Institution, ana provides standard Words can't express my delight this fall and aro already assured of courses in all advanced subjects. over tho medal I received. En a good demand. A Temporary Raise In Board Is forced by war conditions. For Several associations of poultry-raise- rs "Inoed is n ropv nf mv letter lo Mr, twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the have been recently oigan-lze- d Cay. I have succcded In getting in various parts of the Stato ten for this club, and am sending unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes fulhering the inter His of poul- tho application cards; also a pie- - t impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past fir try. Dealers report a greatly in- tlirc Of UlO plgS. An mm .ii wnrk- with Ihoh- - hand, frmm air In Let us know when you will bo (0.n hmtrm and livo creased business in it ini i.niinM ...m.nta. .t,nn poultry during the past year. The "ble o come and organize our club. ,ng offlce? ,aundry, b0arding hall, onice, etc., and receive pay which ours truly, demand has been strong and prices reduce their hiddium. ROSS Carter I good. An vnilnir man nrvnnnc wnmnn ran nl an Mtilpatlon All of which should bo very en- P. S. We have ordered more pie-- ,lt n.rez If there is the will to do sa couraging to tho farmer and back- turcs of tho pigs and will mall you I'AiMwr Musi aa in advance, inciaenui ree ana room rem four of. them as soon as we get yard poullryman and should by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: them. him to make tho most of his opportunity to belter his flock by. Expenses for Boys Winter Term December 13, 1019 cettincr a start this BDrlnir In the VOCATIONAL AND ACADKMT FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKOt standard breed for his county. See Mr- - J- - L- - 0ay Berea, Ky. Incidental Feo I 7X0 t 0.00 i 5.C0 your County Agent about it, if you 7.20 7.20 Room 70 have one; if not, write to Poultry Dear Sir: 16MS0 16J50 1050 For having the best record book Hoard, seven weoks Department, College of Agriculture, in the Hummel Junior Agriculture Lexington, Ky. $ 28.70 Club I received one of the bronze AmL duo December 31, 1019 s I 30.70 I 29.70 1CL50 10.50 1650 medals nurchased bv vour bank. I Board six weeks, duo Feb. 4, 1990 LATE SOWN WHEAT MAY NOT wish to thank you for your in COME UP THIS FALL $ 47J30 3 45.20 $ 40.20 Total for Term terest in our club work and for tho Bccauso of tho unprecedented purchaso of tho medals. Expends for Girls i 7X0 rainfall of Oulobcr and November, a 9 5.00 9 0.00 Incidental Fee Very truly yours, great many farmers were unable to 7.20 Room 7.20 Rosa Carter get all thoir wheat acreage sown 15.00 15X0 15.00 Board, six weoks Club Member .1 until tho latter part of November. x fS I A Mf iM A 28.20 $ 29J30 Sometimes the temperature during Amu auo "ecemocr ji, iviv "DO IT WITH BOTH HANDS" 15.00 15.00 Board, six weeks, due Feb. 4, 1920 .. 15.00 lato November is too low to permit ,m,. a rn, tr m.i- wlicat to germinate. Usually, how in company with the County Agent, 9 &20 9 1320 9 4L2Q Total for Term over, wheat will sprout because the asked many farm and homo ques soil still retains some warmth, but tions, one of which caused much 'This does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books tho young plants will not appear. comment and thought. "Spence, 1 ,, or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. abovo the surface of the ground un- want to know why tho folk who less there aro several days.of quite milk don't do It with both hands." Special Expanses 1b Additloa to Inciieital fee Baslaees warm weather. As a matter of fact, The Countv Acent will not ntlnmnl Sfrimg Winter Fall very lato sown wheat is more likely lo answer tho question, (12.00 $13.00 $11.00 but will Stenography and Typewriting to survive the winter, if it remains nass il nn 11.00 12.00 .13.00 uooKKeeping (regular course; in nil vh mill- rn n in tho ground in this sprouted con answer. It is 0.00 (brief course) 550 050 a real good question, dition, than if it "comes up." Do and is worthy of some thought. " "T Tho . ... not bocomo discouraged if no plants weather is cold and lime is precious 9.00 0.75 855 Stenography show in lato sown wheat fields, un Ihercforo tho question doserves Typewriting, with one hour's til spring; rather be encouraged. some comment from the ones who 0X0 550 050 use of instrument '.. Do not abandon these fields until milk with ono hand and thoso who Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. you are certain that the wheat will milk with both hands. 1.05 1X0 1.05 Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. not show up in the spring. Apiculture, recently staled that' J ZJT ..i.; r ..liiij uLZLA aam ... Berea's 3rJ Berea's ...-11- I. mllk-fccdi- ng Berea's Berea's Preparatory Door Berea prunes ej ,rtnU . nhlA-hnrii- - - r.r. in-sp- iro Staffed Dates Wash tho fruit well and romovo the pits neatly from IoiikIIiwIso incision. Fill tho cavity wllh any of tho following: Halves of English walnuts or pecan ' (riot meats or largo pieces of Brazil nuts from which tho brown skin has boon cut) roasted almonds, hazelnuts or butternut meats, chopped salted pca-nbutler, candied or preserved giiuter or pineapple, strips of candled orango peel or bits of milk chocolate. Cccoanat Filling for Staffed Dates Use shredded cocoanul and sweetened evaporated milk. To each cup of cocoanul add only enough milk In mako tho cocoanul stick together. Remove scods from dales and fill in with tho cocoanul filling. Allow lo stand from twolve to ut ' pinch of sail nnd pack In a buttered mold, leaving for a fow hours under a weight. Cut Into cubes and vnrp in smallsonares of oiled paper. Fruit and nut earmols are prepared In tho samo way, using one cupful each of tigs nnd dales and Iwo cupfuls of walnut meals; no salt. Nut Caudles Ono of tho nicest nut candles Is inodo as follows: Wash and chop 'no niio-ha- lf of n iioimkI nf Him. ntul prepare, but d 1 not cut Into pleees, ono cupful each of poenn nnd hickory nut meals, nnd ono and one-ha- lf cupful of corn syrup and when n lltllo of Iho syrup dropped Into cold water forms r. hall, add a little tf n cupful of good butler substi tute. Continue boiling until a little of tho syrup dropped Into cold wator becomes brittle Boat In a pinch of baking soda, next Iho chopped figs nnd lastly, tho nul meats. Turn Inlo a buttered pan and cut into small bnrs whllo tho candy li warm. Molasses Kisses For molasses kisses bring slowly lo a boll three-quartof a eupful or molasses, of a cupful of water, four tablcspoonfuls of corn syrup, the samo amount of sugar, and two tablcspoonfuls of Milter substitute. Boll tmUl the cnnily thermometer registers 250 degrees F or until a bit of syrup dropped Into cold water forms a hard ball. Pour out on to a but tered platter or marblo slab and when cool enough lo handle pull Iho randy until It Is light In color and nearly ready to set. Cut Into Inch lengths wllh tho scissors on to a buttered plale and wrap la squares of oiled paper when tho candy Is cold and dry. For salt walor taffy add ono leaspoonful of Hyrerlno Just before removing tho syrup from tho fire. If fruit color ing Is lo ho used, pour tho coloring Into buttered plato and turn Iho Mrnp Into It. Peppermint Honey Taffy Vi cupful of honoy 1 leaspoonful of peppermint exers one-quar- ter For a dainty "fruit loaf" use a cupful of raisins and put them through cupIho food ohopper with lf ful of walnut meats. Mix well wllh one-ha- tract cupful of sugar Vi cup of syrup I heaping tablotpoonful t ter 1 of but- twenty-fo- ur hours. 1 1 1 1 sz-z- u t - peeping In no case will special Business Fees exceed 91.00 per week. Have You Picked and Dried Your KEEP ROADS IN GOOD REPAIR If it is impossible for any young man or voumr woman to be Seed Coral Corn ripened well this year and Concrete or Special Road Brick Set In jn SOhool the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur- -' xsmsni . . r. Koncrcw . rounaa- I I.. tun tw n.lnlnr. onH dihiui) farm auvi4 wu .nrlnr v thero would have been little danger " r"vorea The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers CINCINNATI MARKETS. The war nnd thB oogonium miimnrt and advanced pupils should n6t be idle through the long winter congestion Imposed heavy traffic bur- - monins dui snouiu oe siuaying in uerea wnere me oesj eaucation can Hay and Qraln. aens upon our highways; burdens, In I DO gotten for least money. Corn No. 2 white S1JW1.57, No. 2 fact, much greater than the roads were yellow $188.8.131.52, No. 3 yellow Applicants must bring or stad a testimonial showing that they art X& built to sustain. To make matters l.M. No. 2 mixed $1201.54. No. II still worse, labor and repair materials above 15 years old, In good health and of good character. This may hi mixed $l.M)gil2, white ear $10 were scarcer during the war, and many signed by some former Berea itudsnt in good standing or some reliable XU, yellow ear $1.50 I12. roads as a result are now in deplora teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $23.50 ble condition. As.the.nieacher would For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, 32. clover mixed $29031.50. clover $32ff30.50. Tig Squares Stem a good quality of figs until they aro soft, then mako a length-- 1 wlso incision In each and stuff with, nut meals and a bll of candled orango peel or chopped maraschi no cherries. Close each slit and placo tho fruit al regular intervals on a buttered nlaller. Now bring to boll two cupfuls of corn syrup "cupful of sugar, and nnd one-ha- lf cook until a bit dropped Inlo cold water forms a hard ball. Flavor wllh a few drops of vanilla and pour Iho candy over tho figs. Cut inlo squares whllo tho candy is worm. Fruit Loaf It Is surprising how many dainty confections may bo made. n no time from dried fruits and nut meats, Irnspnonfiil of vinopar the sugar, honey, and syrup Into a saucepan, stir and boll quickly for a quarter of an hour. aim iiio minor, peppermint extract nnd vlnognr. Pour Into a buttered nan nnd null when pool enough to handle. Cut Into pieces. Slate Lick S'nlo I.irk. Deo. it. Mrs. ftalph rtnhbard died nl tier homo 'near hero. December 2. of dropsv. Pho leaves n husband and five children to mourn her loss. They have tho svmnalhy or Iho entire community in their sad hourToo nnd Abo Williams sold their tobacco for about CO cents nor nound W. M. Williams and A. n. rtohinsnn sold tholrs, also, hut havo not yet gotten Iho returns.Our flrsl'snow fell lal night. Having-pu- t FIRST AID DEPARTMENT Conducted by Prof. John F. Smith Thousands look upon il as a visitaThis Is the "Great Whllo Plague" tion from Provldonco and give up Ihat destroys 150,000 lives In tho hopo of recovery whonovor il deUnited States evory year and keops velops. lo noarly a million pcoplo sick and A very largo number believe It to to work all tho llmo. Nearly bo Incurable and give up. Prao- 5,000 Kentucklans die annually of . lically nil tho pcjoplo Ihoy have this dreadod dlseaso and ovor 20,- - known who had it, died, and Ihey 000 aro suffering from (ho disease 'expect to do so. This takes all the Evory sixth death Is tho result of , fight out of the patient and lowers tuboroulosls. I his resistance till ho can't hold his Thoro aro more deaths from this own against its progress. dlseaso in Kentucky than In any 3. Tlio wrong kind or living habothor slate, and tho mountain coun- its: ties havo a higher doath rato than It Is tho custom to slocp in a any othor spot in tho United Stalos. closed up room whenovor Illness of Thcso facts ought to Impel every ,any kind comes. Thoro Is a foar citizen of Iho Stalo lo do all In his mat cold air in tho sick room, espepower to combat It. cially night air, will glvo Iho patiCause of High Death Rate ent a cold. Hcnco Iho closed doors Among tho reasons for this high nnd windows. Consequently many doath rato in tho mountain coun patients shut themselves In and gel tios these things must bo consid ready to dlo. ered: 4. Lack of proper moans for 1. Poor housing for tho poorer prompt nnd accurato diagnosis. part of tho population. Thero are Consumption oannot bo rocognlzod thousands of pcoplo who livo In tho by counting Iho pulso and looking most comfortablo houses, but there at tho tonguo. A high power po aro thousands of othors who livo is necessary, an Instrument In housos poorly fitted for human which many doctors do not possess. bolnga. Tho lattor have not suffi- Tho facilities at tho disposal or the cient light and ir and aro fre Stalo Board of Health for examinquently kept closed up si night. ing sputum aro not used as gonorally 2. Lack of deflnlto knowledge of as thoy should be. tho disease. Many believe It Is In 5 Hesitation on the part of many herited, and that the patient can do dootors to toll (he patient what the (0 got rid of it. practically nothing (CoaUttBta KtfU) un-abmlo-rosco- TUBERCULOSIS Oats No. 2 white 8383Hc, j white Ri A 85c, No. 2 mixed 83140 81V4c, Nr. 3 mixed 82Kfl83ttC Butter, Egg and Poultry. llutter Whole milk creamerv extras 73c, firsts C8e, xecomU 07c, fancy dairy 07c. Ekss Kstra (lots 73c, nrts 71c, ordinary firsts (10c. Live Poultry Fowls, 5 lbs mid over 20c, under 4 His 18c, roosters Kic, ducks, white, 4 IN and over, 32c, young turkeys, 8 lb and over 10c. Live Stock. $10.50015.50, 13, good to to fulr $0.50010; heifers, extra $12013. good lo choice $10012, common to fulr $80 0.50; cowk. extra $10010.50, good to choice $7.5000.50, stackers and feeders $0.50012. Calves Kxira $18.50010, fair ao Rood $12018, common and large $00 Experiment choice $10.5OQ12, $12 n. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Ay, they are eons." y" "more-hol- tern rlgS Shipper" Cuttle butcher steers, extra common heavy shipper choice packers and butchers $13.50, medium $13.50, com. uion'to choice heavy fat sows $90 12, i light shippers $13014.50, pin $10012.75. $13.50, Hogs good to Mecled cement over a concrete foundation must be used for truck roads designed to carry heavy truck traffc. Any Road of Vitrified Brick for thing cheaper and less stable simply Paving Country Road at Chevy means bad roads and constant repairs. For laterals or main roads in sparse t,nite, Md. Flnlthod Pavement In ly settled countries where traffic la not Service. heavy and when the amount available for road construction Is not large, tar macadam highways are quite The year 1010 Is going to witness an IMPROVE ROADS FOR TRUCKS Immense road repair movement. And the work should be at least fairly Bureau of Market Arrives at Conclu sion Motor Vehicles Have Passed permanent. Merely throwing dirt or Experimental Stage. loose stones in tne holes Is a sheer waste of time, bccauso after a few Inadequate highways are one of the automobiles and trucks go over the roads these loose materials are pushed penalties with which the user of highout again and conditions are as bad way transportation must contend, says Bulletin No. 770, recently Issued by as ever. Drokcn stones and tar binder are the bureau of markets. The departthe only satisfactory repair material! ment arrives at the conclusion that for macadam roads, and many Im the motortruck has passed the experiproved country roads are of that type. mental stage, but says that before It It is beginning to be realized that can attain Its fullest usefulness the concrete or special road brick set In highways must be Improved. Oood Drainage Necessary. The most necessary requirement of founa good road Is a solid, bone-dr- y This means good dramas dation. first, last and all the time. Trees Along Highway. Tree at a distance of 60 or 00 feet apart along the highway add to Its comfort and pleasing appearance. n tf December IMflOVED 18, 1010 T11R CITIZEN Pago Seven UHlfOIM WTIMATIONAL SuWSQIOOL Lesson lly Christ and Nicodemus HSKSaSM Dy REV. GEORGE GUILLE Eiltfuion Department, Moody Dibt A COIfrintmau "Hitrnlarij" Bf SAIDCE E3TEU.E BALCOM Blouses Increase in Importance FATHER JOHN SEMERIA Trnchtr of Kmtlitli Hl'.le In tti H'lilc Institute of ChtrHfto ) Co.ynhl llll ttnn, Nwt,.p.f rtKV V II MT51WATKII, D. D.. Moody iCoorflitiU) n eMr IOftitut. TI5XT Chicago LESSON FOR DECEMBER 28 flEVICWs THE TRAINING OF PE. TER AND JOHN. TKXT-V. i:t. Ye muet be born again. John (IOU1HN Ail si:i.i:ition koii ukadino- -i Of I limit t,t my The moon nnd nil tho stars nro out to light n trembling traveler upon darkened wit-nr,- r jotm JUNIOR for INTKIIMKDIATi: TOI'IC-Ht- pt Tmtnlnii of IVter am! John. TOVlC-WHn- I'ltlMAItr Jfllll TOPIU-Tt,.,. wo ltrJn Frtn.l Jfiui ell One of tho best ir.cn of Ids time Iiiih come to Jesus Christ n man of rond. In Hi. HKNIOn AND Hnl lo Brr A Rood ADULT the highest morality nnd tho uti moHt devotion to religion. Hy com lug ut nil to this TOPIC-Qu- conipleted. have find to do with the railing nnd training of Peter nnd John. The lout half, the logons for the first qunrler of 11(20, will have. to do with their service. 1. Their Call. t. To be, disciples .eon 1) John 1:21M2. the six months' course of study In Hie live of Peter nml John will he to them under three heads, as fol. lows; I. Their Call; II. Their Train Ing; III. Their Service. The first half of the studies, the pnrt we hnve now e wny lo review ttie lessons of Prophet of his) Nnzn-retl- rrpuln lion us it religious lender In Imperiled; so ho comcit by night. Hut he has coino to the Light, and night for him can bo no more; In future he'll walk In tho light "A man of tho Pharisee, named Nicodemus," so upright, so good, so religious, such ii charming gcntlemnn, surely tho Lord will welcome him with open nrmsl Hut no. Abruptly ho declares that this splendid ir.nn has not yet begun to live: "Except u man be (torn ngnln, he ennnot perceive the kingdom of God." He ennnot even h.ive right thoughts about It, to say nothing of his entering It. He tins come, saying: "We know that thou art it teacher come from God, for no man enn do these miracles thnt thou dnest, exceptOod be with him." And, oh. what n lesson this Teacher come from God has for him I "Here,' thinks he, "Is one who enn teach me something thnt shall mnke me a better man thnn I nm," nnd he lenrns thnt the flesh does not need teaching because It lias been Judged; that all thnt Is born of It Is still but flesh; and that n.nn In Hip flesh ennnot ho mnde fit for God. He must, by second birth In the power of the Holy Spirit, be brought into the new creation. And nothing short of this can ever meet the mind of God. Nicodemus speaks of miracles, but the Lord will not stop to discuss such trifles. He will tell at once of the greatest and most Important of all mlrnclps: the regeneration of a soul. Men think that If they can understand miracles, they could understand Christ nnd the new birth. Oh, If they would only believe what Is written, that "In him was life t and tho life was the Light of men I" Onco yon have the life that Is In Christ Jesus you are In the light forever, and shall never have any difficulty about miracles or about anything that you find In Holy Scrip- HE at Plympton (unseated of a due sone of his tin portiince. whs culled "Sergennt" Moore. He nwnre hnd become thai the distinctive title wns one In gen ernl vogue with metro politan police systems nnd he wns proud of Hip designation. The day preceding G Christians was always one looked to by the forwnrd doughty sergennt, for It wns upon Hint occnslon thnt his conscience al lowed him to accept little marks of approbation. "Hey, there, sergeant I" generally prefaced the bestowal of something In a gift. the shnpe "It's duty I have to attend to all night long." he told his wife. "They 5Ktfj y e dEH' Be A ' Hefore Christ trains for service he rails to salvation. 2. To he Mark 1:14-20- . flhers of uien (Lesson 2) Hark 1 :21KI9. Christ's entry Into Peter's home and the heiitliiK of his wife's mother showed to his disciples that he was sympathizing Saviour. 2. A lesKon 14:22-33- It would seem that afler their conversion the disciples had gone hnck to their trade of Hulling. Thine who re called by Christ unto salvation should jto hack to their ordinary call-InIn lire. If they be honorable, until he definitely calls them Into special service. II. Their Training. 1. Jesus In Peter's home 3) g (Lon . lirtrust (Lesson I) Matt. The pressing and abiding need of the disciples In their ministry was to trust the ford. 3. Peter's great confession (Lesson 0) Matt. 10:13-24- sny there's a regular band of burglars on the move." Now two problems of fnte were to work out a strange series of circum stances. In the Christmas eve events appertaining to the redoubtable sergeant. The first wns that the little town Jnll hnd burned down the week previous. The second wns thnt a new family had moved to town early In December, comprising the Waynes---fnth- er. mother, a charming daughter of seventeen nnd three young children. As Moore pnssed their place he noted thnt It was all dark, the family probably absent at somo local entertain ment, and he caught the echo of a sound resembling the tipping over of a piece of furniture. Then from nn open window a form protruded. and mnde a dash for the presumable dcspollcr. "Hold onl" spoke the latter excited ly. "It's all right" "Oh. Is It 7" purred Moore derisively. "What's thatr and he made a grab at tho protruding pocket of the young man. "If you'll allow me to explain," be gan the latter. "I know the people who live, here." "Oh. yes. very particular friends I Cordlnlly Invited yon to break Into the house at any honr of the night I And this a new mufller and a pair of gloves. Say, you come with me," and the sergeunt marched his captive from the spot. "If you'll only let me explain," pleaded the young man, but Moore was deaf, blind to all but duty. Fifteen 'HurglarsT muttered the sergeant. . He now examined them to see what they knew about himself. Peter, as spokesman for the rest of the disciples, confessed both the Messlahshlp and Deity of Christ 4. Witnesses of Christ's glory (Les-o7) Luke 0 The disciples were offended at the revelation of the cross; thslr hope were shattered because they could not aee beyond the cross. The transforation convinced them not only of his essential glory, but gnve them a fort- gleam of his triumph In his coming kingdom (II Peter 1 :28-3f- l. :10-18- ). The Lord had been revealing himself In various ways to the disciple. An excursion through the shops In search of new blouses Is as Intriguing as an expedition after wild flowers. Where there Is so much variety and beauty to be found there Is an equal amount of zest In making selections. The autumn brought variety In styles, In materials, In methods of decorating the new blouses and, for several reasons, their place In the wardrobe Is Increased In Importance. One of these reasons Is the ''high cost of dressing." The suit blouse ls not confined to tailored styles nowadays, but undertakes to fit a suit for many occasions. In the company of a handsome separate skirt, lovely blouses arc iblo t 'ace any occasion with assurance. The overblouse and the smock style are the important new features In the In tho season's showings. two materials or two colors of one material nro used to make the blouse as crepe georgette over chiffon, or net or satin. In the smock style the blouse has n peplum and n girdle, as shown In the figure nt the right of the picture above. This particular model embodies several details of the mode In the flaring sleeves, the shape of the neck opening, the rilk cord and tassels forming the girdle, and the management of the embroidered decoration. It Is mnde of georgette crepe and embroidered with silk over-blous- e, CHINESE WOMEN STUDY HEALTH Three Doctors Return From America to Begin Active Health Campaign Among Women. ALL AGENCIES COMBINE. 3. Jesus corrects John's narrowness ' (Lesjson 8) Luke 9:450. The disciples needed to know that all who are realty doing Ilia Lord's work, casting out devils, and casting them out In Christ's name, should be received Into fellowship and bidden Religious Intolerance Is Godspeed. displeasing to Jesus. 6. Jesus tenches true greatness (Lesson 0) John 13:1-1The truly great are those who take the lowest place In service for others. 7. Peter and John asleep In Geth-eman- e (Lesson 10) Mark 14:32-4Though Christ was suffering the awful agony In the garden, his disciples were asleep. Because they did not watch nnd pray, they failed In the hour 'of temptation. 8. At the trial crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus (Lesson 11) John 18:15-18- ; 10:25-27 ; 20:1-10- ; 21:15-1- 0. Teter's presumptuous kept him from heeding the Lord's warning. He played the coward and even Indulged In oaths. Note the steps In Peter's downfall: (1) (Mark 14:20). Jesus had Just told them that all of them should be offended, but Peter wns determined to show the Lord that he was mistaken In (2) Failure to watch (Mark htm. Is always fol14:37). lowed by unwntchfulness. One who thinks himself strong will go to sleep. (3) Failure to pray (Mark 14:38). It la the one who realizes his weakness who always seeks the communion of (4) Zeal without God In prayer. knowledge (Murk 14:47). Peter thought now to make up for his lack of watchfulness and prayer by outward acts. Many today are equally foolish. (5) Following afar off (Mark 14:54). Christ's rebuke of Peter for his Ignorant zeal cut him to the quick. He was not ready to forsake him, but followed afar off, no doubt wondering (0) what would be the outcome. Warming himself at the enemies' fire (Mark 14:54). (7) Open denial (Mark . ture Striking It Is that the only place In all Scripture In which the new birth Is pressed Is here, where tho Lord presses It upon this upright man. Ah, If he, wltfi his goodness nnd religion, must bo born again, what folly to claim ex ception from this necessity for any man that lives today nut howt nc Is bewildered by the thonght of such a chango. "How can these things be 7" And tho Lord makes no answer. Ho Is not nt pains to explain the, workings of the Holy Spirit. The question Is not, "Do you understand!" but "Do you bellevo what Ood snysl" If so, there Is another "must" In this dlscourso that explains It all: "vcn so must the Son of Man be lifted up: that whosoever belleveth In him shall not perish, but hare eternal life." , "Rxcopt a ronn be born of water nnd of tho Spirit, ho cannot enter Into the kingdom of God." Water Is In Scripture tho symbol both of the Won! of God and of tho Spirit of God. The Holy Spirit works through the word to accomplish tho regeneration of the soul, bringing the sinner fnee to fact With Christ. In this regeneration a Judicial cleansing is effected. It Is that of which we read in Titus 0:5, "the washing of regeneration," and of which tho Lord spoke to Peter, declaring that It cleanses "overy whit." lly the Spirit's ministry in the word the sinner is brought to seo what the Lord pointed out to Nicodemus, that ho Is tho antttypo of tho brazen serpent, enduring on tho cross of shame the Judgment thnt was the stnuvr's duo. The moment ho accepts that he Is born agatn. Ono came to mo saying, I cannot understand about tho now birth nnd am so distressed over your Insistence upon tho necessity of It. "It is not necessary to understand It, In order to attain it," I replied, but simply tq bollovo in him who has wads 1 1 American Y. W. C. A. Will Support Women's Part of Chinese Health Campaign as Part of World Service Program. minutes later the captive found himself locked Into a stono cellar, and the sergeant handed Its key to his wife, A. Inter As a result of the Y. W. national Conference of Women Phy a saying: "You might pass In a Jug of water and a plate of bread to my catch through the window; It's got no sash to It. I'll drop around again soon." The young man In retirement was pacing about In tho dark and anathematizing his officious captor when Mrs. Moore timidly approached the window. Here's some water and a little food," she said, "so you won't suffer," sicians, held during September and Oc tober, Chinese women are to have a health program. Dr. Ida Knlin, Dr. LI and Dr Dau, three of China's half hundred women physicians, who attended this Dl-C- u and Just as she passed the things In she uttered a shriek and crouched 14:00-72- ). Reaching City of Fortune. Would you reuch the city of FortuneT Catch the car marked Perseverance. Position In Lift. Tour position In life Is high or low as your Ideals, are high or low. It possible." "Hut I have boon taught alt my life that If X wns good I would go to heaven when X die." "And jo was I," I said, "but it is not true. Hut do you bellove the gos pel 1 Po you bellovo that when Jcsua died It was for you and that because he died for you be la exalted In Chrlstr "Ym" heaven V "I do with ail my heart." Then you bellevo that Jesus Is tb Strength of the Soul. The soul thut Is not strong tude Is not strong In a crowd. In soli Frankness. There Is no wisdom like frankness. Disraeli. "Very well, then, read this," aud ai I placed my finger on I John Oil, stti "Whosoover belleveth read it aloud that Jesus Is the Christ la born ot God." And with a cry of Joy she exclaimed I "Oh, I see It now I I see M now 1 I am fuvMdl" down trembling. Two men had sud denly appeared, real burglars this time. Oh, sir 1" whispered the woman through the cellar window, "they may kill the children I And then there's all Tim's half yearly pay In tho bureau I Pltnse help me. Here's the key to the cellar door," and something tinkled on the floor. Something elso then transpired. The released captive located and knocked down and tied hand and foot the prowler within the house. Then coming unawares upon the armed bandit outside hejoppled him over, rendered htm helpless, and seemed to enjoy the excitement of It all. "I am Itoscoe YYalden and I am en gaged tti Ethel Wayne," he explained nn hour later to the bewildered sergeant, after the latter bad transferred the two criminals to Umbo. "This Is HIR IDA KAHN URGES CHINESE WOMEN TO WORK. the first time I have visited their uew home, nnd I got In surreptitiously to conference, are to take an active part place a present on (he Christmas tree In promoting this health program foi as a surprise to my lady love. I don't women which will be the share of the want the Waynes to know 1 am In V. W. A. In the big health move Plympton until after she finds it" merit In China. There was a rare spice of adventurThe funds for establishing thesi ous excitement for pretty Ethel In ber devoted lover's unique experience when health centers, for demonstrations ol bow to care for babies, for health he recited the same the next morning. And meantime Sergeant Moore lectures for the women, for babies' dls pensarles and for a general educa was gaining popularity and the community's good will by detailing his tloDaJ campaign, will be raised by tbr American Y. W. O. A. as part of Its heroic act which bad signalized Christmas eve In the apprehension of two program of world service for women desperate criminals who, but for him. and girls In 102a might have bad the entire town at Dr. Ida Kabo, In a recent appeal to their mercy. modern Chinese women said. "Let out a floss, In plnce of silk cord nnd tassels, short girdles of gold or sliver brocaded ribbon odd their brilliance to eome of the models and gold or silver RADICAL AGITATION IN threads are Introduced Into silk em THE UNITED STATES broidery, maintaining the season's devotion to rich, metallic decorations on about everything we wear. Another Legislative Investigation Shows RusItem '.9 bo noted Is tho Inconspicuous sian Reds Are Back of Great ness of fastenings;' they are not ap Soviet Plot parent and leave us guessing as to how blouses aro got Into. New York, Dec. 10. Itadlcal ngltn-Hoi- k in this country with Its resultant blouses nre not as plentiful .is others, but they are good fcocliil unrest Is not due to economic stylo and favored by matrons, to whom conditions, but to an organized, artifithe ' prove moro becoming thnn round cially stimulated movement under, the d or A inspiration of the ltusstun soviet govneck openings. georgotte blouso with high neck and ern men t. long sleeve?, nt the left of the two This opinion will be submitted to models pictured, Is carefully designed the New York legislature In an exhausto prove becoming. It has shoulder tive report by the Joint leglslatlvo yokes to which the body Is gathered committee, which hns been Investigatback and front, and r. narrow plain ing activities here since Its organizavestce with groups of little buttons tion last May, It was learned. set at each side of It. Silk embrold Three big groups of the radical eleery Is responsible for a touch of rich- - ment hnve been supplying the forces looking decoration, to which scintil for wholesnlo dissemination of bolshe-vllating bends are often added In blous propaganda throughout the depth nnd breadth of the land, the report es for dressy wear. will assert The anarchist group, In cluding the Union of Russian Workers and other organizations; the syndical ist group, the main body of which aro the Industrial Workers of the World, and the communist group. Including he communist party "of America and the communist labor party. women of education In Peking and In each of these groups the over elsewhere gather themselves together throw of government by Illegal means, to work for the schools, Jted Cross and Including violence. Is the weapon Y. W. C A, and everything else which urged upon the masse, the report will bespeaks the betterment of the conn state. try, Instead of staying at home to play Ne-- r York city Is one of the big poker and 'sparrow,' and going out to headquarters for the organized moveattend endless dinners, tea parties and ment, nccordlng to the report with dances. Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and vim-all- y "Let us rally our forces and help the every Industrial center from tho ship of state to move safely. One per At. antic to the Pacific harboring a son cannot accomplish much, but one headquarters for the radical camor two hundred millions of women ran paign. work wonders. Let us go back to a more Spartan-liksimplicity of living IN HIGH ARMY EFFICIENCY and let us build up social service until every city In China la sanitary, every section of tho town has Its proper Major General Haan, Director of War Plans Division, and Others Boost schools, and every child, whether boy Educational System for Soldiers. or girl, Is sent to such schools. True poclal service brings democracy In Its Louisville. KyM Dec. 11. An amy train, 'and we who are citizens of a new republic can help to mnko It truly educational system that will place the great by preaching and living democ American soldier on the highest plane racy ell the time. Why not learn to of efficiency Is the problem receiving do our household duties, deeming It main consideration of the convention effeminate to be waited upon by maids nt Camp Zachary Taylor of repre sentatives of the army and educational and slave girls all the timet "The status of women in China, Institutions. 'This Is the first time while leaving much to be desired, still the United States has made efforts Is .quite hopeful when we consider to evolve n logical and systematic that she Is Just emerging U)to the sis courso of education for the army," terhood of the nations. Our men can said MaJ. Gen. W. O. Haan, director depend upon us to tear the burdens of of the war plans division, general staff, "In war or peace, tho tho 'day, for nowhere Is there a more Washington. Industrious, diligent and persevering soldier eventually reaches a position where he must show qualities of leadwomanhood than In China." Vocational and educational Dr. Rabn is lecturlngjn this coun ership. way to such an try on the needs of her fellow country work is the easiest women, In the Interests of the Y. W end." which A. Educational Campaign plans to acquaint people with all 68 REBEL PAPERS IN THE U. S.' phases of Y. W. 0. A. work In the United States, South America, China, That Number Openly Advocate Over Japan, India and Europe. This educa' throw of the Government Altotlonal campaign will bo followed by gether 200 Are Radical. an actlvo effort to raise the 13,000,000 women through needed for service for Washington, Dec 12. Slity-clgout the world. newspapers In the United States openly advocate armed revolution to CHINE8E WOMEN HAVH Twenty-eigh- t tho government. FINANCIAL ABILITY. of this number nro published by tho I. W. W. executive committee or conAltogether They Carried Y. W. C. A. Campaign trolled by the committee. 200 newspapers In various parts of the "Over the Top." Much has been said about the hon country can be classed as extraordiesty and skit) of tho Chinese buslncsi narily radical under the second-clas- s man. The world has neglected to men mail regulations of the post office detion the financial ability of Chlncsi partment. Theso Rtnrtnng facts were given to women. They proved this ability lo the last financial campaign of the x. the house Judiciary commltteo by Representative Ityrnes (Dera.) of South W. A. In Tientsin. Ordinarily three weeks are allowed Carolina. In which to raise the budget by subscription after the finance committee HIGHEST FIGURE ON RECORD has decided upon the sum necessarj to carry on the work of the comtn year. The Tientsin campaign was car Spring Wheat Quoted at $3.40 a Bushel on tne Minneapolis rled on entirely by Chinese women and 'Change. broke all records by going over tin top In ten days with a large surplui Minneapolis, Minn., Dec 13. After over the budget a steady climb for many weeks the best grado of spring wheat No, 1 dark northern, equaled tho highest figures "Rcughlno It" ever recorded In this market's trading, you'll selling for $3.40 a bushel. Among Hostess Now, everybody, have to drink your champagne out of other causes said to bo responsible for Burgundy glasses and the caviar this record figure is brisk demand by hasn't come, but I know you don't millers here, who are said to bo con mind roughing It Life. siderably behind with their orders, Including export demand. Illgh-neckcd "V'-shnpest e .lulin iSemcrl.t arrived from Italy on the Dante Allghlnrl with n message to Americans from the war nrphiinx r Smith Italy. He Is here to solicit the aid of both Italians nnd Americans In the welfare work which hp Is carrying on for the thousnnds of children left fatherless nnd motherless by the war. a ht over-(hro- w a Pago Eight FIRST AID Willlo Green. Second Grade Andy ncss. Misses Martha and Margaret (Continued from pago ono) ) (Coatlnutd from Pos Jones, William Withers, China Curtis visited their grandmolhor at Mnysvlllp. TwpIvp thousand dollars Cruse, Mark Parker, Ada Necloy, Buckoyo last wookr-M- rs. Ihoda whs ulirllied here for the llaptlst James Lovot, Chester Maupin. Third Wyllo, Etliol and Earl Wyllo wcro Iroublo, Is, oven aftor the dlsoaso $7",OOO.oio fund, $,0(H) over Msya- Until a now Grade Gilmer "Wilson, Ilusscll Mc - 'in Danville, Friday, shoppings Mr. vllle'i itmtit. professional ethics is Koehan, Miko Parker, Russoll Par - 'nnd Mrs. D. P. Swopo, of Lancaslor, standard of adopted by a surprisingly largo (Yah Ordmrd. -- A Anluiible mule ker. Iluby Carrier. Tommy HtnU j had ns thoir gucsl, Sunday, from of doctors that impol thoni longing i.. .1. t. Itigby wheelH ilrned In full br th wrltr. Th ti.m pobll.hM unl No oorr.pondn son. Kvin Parker. Susie, Parker, litis place: Mr. hnd Mrs. Ft. 1C rite p!lnlr. n ridnc of food fHh. It not for publication, but to be frank' and honest willy Iheir nunlimt the end of n ami nut rifth and Sixth Grades -- Pearl Cltas-lee- n. Swopo and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred pallenls. wo shall conlinuo lo havOj "tuMtoil to death. eormtnlk Charley Parker, llnyinond Par- - Svopo. Edwin Wyllc, who has been a high death ralo from Ibis lcrrlhlo , -t ,, ,.... Mayhen WlNon, In Hamilton, Ohio, has returned rami i.ica, h. o. auih-j- 01, ui JACKSON COUNTY Major lien Conner, "J'lthlona. scourge ' nock-- 1 n. Mrs. W. II. "Stephens, of Kerby Knob erinnn Cast eel, Fran- - home. ";,,rr"i!,hp ,,f trance for f fl. Absence or any ndequal.. Mxa n fl 1I..II .1 I it fn,n..., 1.M111. Wll.n T...IU Korby Knob, Dec. 14. Ilov. Van- - inru, .MIT). I. I nun, ui". of rilllles for caring fir the poiplo, i.t. .1 this PnVk-- r. Amy JlMdwiii. Docla Parker, appointment' Payne, and It. T. Abnoy, Wlnklo failed to fill his Witt III: There are no free. who become (Iiirty-Mgrand children, oindys Carrier. Ileulah Maupin. Dor-V- " Will. Dec. la. Circuit Court is In oinilatMtliiK in lltn mountain, nnil placo Saturday and Sunday. Place. at liriximilmrir 1 nn ti.m ixlepn great grand children, and, M Irvine this OUII1U Ul UUl ittaiiw uu nuv ""J "mil. uuiua aiiU faiy HWi- session nl lot corn toweek. There lM1y n fcw prtVato hospitals. Tho! was senlpnced to n year In Hie pent- he gathered. Slu!n 0glll (o ,,, Orades Vm.a Carrier. Clara Hud m miilc a of trntinry ror shooting Perry Critter, has ipidlsh with their corn gathering, and somo," lieett sranlcd n pardon. Clara (ireen, Magglo Green. There is some corn mat Hie water trlct and county sanitariums. aro milto busy Irylng 10 gci woir. '" l.t - ...J,, tn. mnrllnl Wllhlim Klsle Wilson, Opal Simpson, Mary has been over I lit third tinip.--llobWhere Dots It Come From) ago. and then llenilerioii. The widow nf lloyd a charter (Dees. Jason Set lie.. Vernon Fowler. erl Thomas and family have been Collins and Mary Clcmmons wcro, vears It is caused by a liny seed or germ dan, teTtiint, for wliosti killing Jor"f O. o organization or .Mace Mm immn nf meiiitter in ' n ....ii.j i po A,,rnnj!, niiaaloon, Stella! erv sick wllir measles. They aro that Ihrives best In dark, sunless Tiles wits nriiulttcil, tiled stilt uptlnst ir donla cliurcl n.ni.ni,in Twnmt,.t.. till Tlmf linvo Maupin, Hose Dees. pelting along nicely now. The places. This gels Inlo Iho glands iti for ? 10,000 dnimi(.'e. ever ready to. help in time Coyle chnol al Wisemanlown will close of Hie throat and produces Scrofula; llto best wishes of thoir many'"', remains wcro laid to Mnysvllle. A Inrse crowd catlieril Coylo, Doc. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Elglo .vecmbor 21. Mr. and Mrs. Mason irel.s In tho Jolnls and nrodtices Gerlrudo Collins isi"f frlcnds-Ll- lllc line the Immervon "ear mo .iiuccuuinu umuun Lake visited Mrs, Lako'a parenlt, Tilt are getting road lo go to llli- - Whllo Swelling; 11 gels in tho lungs' !!' lm,,Vi Mrs D. C. Sparks ' vTslling Mr. and House. Mineral services wcro cuu- - 1m Anrt ' and causes consumption; gels In tttin Hlnaofn Qilni tois lo make Ihei home.-M- .ss n ow days. . . ducted by Ilov. George Childress of . Monday, child's bowels and destroys its life cni,nv,v,n Mary Winn rolurne homo Clover riottom Itrodhead. We extend our hcart- - ardson, of Panola, has moved to Uu fler a i wuti tunercuiosis or mo intestines. Ileiideron. .innlus T..JIor. tolmm. fw days at Mobeiley Clover Bottom, Dec. 15. Walter - .. I.. ..u... . j I.u 11.. Iiu iw, !... ieu syiii , Whatever we may call II, it is Iho dealer, died from Injitrlen received Abrams moved lo Ernc3t Hayes' band and children in their sad be- - JnVo Yalc9, farmXcn, Gl0S3lp same disease Hint merely attacks 'when tie fell down mnlrs at the lioma i9i(p(, rcIalalve3 0 Uei, Lick ftw ESTILL COUNTY place a few days ago. Several pco-p- lo reavemem. "f ,,uk J"'"'. 'nr Zlon, different parts of Iho body. days last wcot Miss Lclah Goooh Ironmonnd around hero have sold thoir toRockford x v copio caicn it occauso somo ono 'was with homo folks from Friday iiuiiiiiuuiiu,I wv. ju. tlf. have very good u bacco. It brought a w,.r. NIL' it tl,l.V W Rockfprd, Dec. II. Hog killing until Monday. Horaco Cox is buyfrom price-Arkcy een having rainy wealhcr for tho Abrams has boon ",,nM " T1? "I, time is all the go. There is some ing lurkoys for tho Xmas market, tast Tew weeks, jtut ro having ",s '""Rs which ( ry on the floor or, Mm(fnnn of Fmnk ltoKem. near MntiKhtered two mm pound hog stripping tobacco for Dan Gentry cholera on Ihe creek, none thru near Bcroa. Sammle Miller is at Ibis section, All lolicco raisers paying 33 cents per pound. Success eal winter weather now. Miss Pf"""1' "d find their way with tho ami ntrrled away the meat. ipm anouicrs lungs. Tiioy, homo from Hamilton, Ohio, for nre very busy stripping. Somo to Tho Citizen and its many readers. Verna Etla Sparks lias been on tho tiusi II VerHalllen. Miiiiy telephone poles by using the snmo cup or Blue Lick mck list for quite a while, but is ralcli Christmas. George Miller will move have already sold their crops to were hlown down In the county, particSliow has come at last. Most of slowly Improving. Cricket Lackio plalo or spoon that the sick person ularly on lo Madison county the first of tho ninhookers; ttie Shrjock Ferry pike, and most of them lost it.- - r ... uses. Tito may gel it from cow's ... i,-- . . i .... i i . . i it . , , wiiii u.i iui' iui inula ...i... i .iiauu luiuiucu i. - uicu ifcioucr itj. no icavu3 a who milk or from cals year, whero ho has rented a farm, money. Tobacco is very " dogs, because the service wan demoralized. I or iirtiV. nn.l I..a nl.llfln... I n mnnn 1it ...... I. Illl.lt IWJ, II heso iU )IIUU ll .113 trut Ernest Hayes is planning on moving . Tom Johnson sold his crop or 73 enl.l nml riifkliv...! anion. Hit tnl . animals conlracl tubercu HopkltiNVllle. fop Falling Into n ditch hgh prc09,.. (llp cropSinill(.LMis9 Dortnca .,. Smllhcr8 rolurncd to Illinois in a short time. Green cents straight.Tr..ltil iiua , . .. ., , . losls and die of It , iiunuii, .. ...... at the Vlrclnln strtnt mhool biillillm n";iv iiiuatcu ii.is iiiuiM ii uu ruiunis, nuiiio luusu.iy, nucr a visit iu iiur Abrams has moved to tho Isaac Dur ti i How to Avoid It while ut piny, little JIahel Weuver susmme,i u. ,,mwuu. Wo miss prcviou, ycan jn bolll qlmntly relatives at this place Bryant 1. Know ham place H. N. Dean attended tho very mucn, as no was u guuu ..e.g..- . Ihe fads about 11. tained n frui'ture of hoih nnim. . going lo movo Here lltey .Tll ,,,, Mooro and family aro inauguration of Governor Morrow. aro: her. Mr. Hullelt and Cecil Lin-vil- le ket" is the general verdict of buyer, inlo tho house with W. F. Floldor, Everybody is killing hogs and get Frankfort. Itttnil Suiorvlor Chap(n It Is highly ronlaglous. man (.' Iho house va- and salesman. Wade Lewis raised have moved in soon. Best luck to Tho Cllircn. tir counties to levy the ting ready for Christmas. One person may easlly calch ii from cated by Mr. Bullcn. J. J. Bullcn a small crop on a steep hillside. Hoi ns the only 'for another, or from a cat. a dog, or means tax falsingschools Carico as the had has moved in what is known lenchprs' milares. of OWSLEY COUNTY about two acres. It brought cow'9 milk. 15. Mrs. Sam Noe is Soddio house. Row Cariro, Dec. Rowlctt has Travellers Rent (10 It Is not inherited. The very poorly at this writing. There moved to his father's farm. Thomas SI. 135.00. Many olbers have realized Falmouth. Jl. Tumey, of Cynlhl-ntii- i. Travelers Rest, Dee. 15- - Tho big fact thai it gels In a family and af-paid K. It. Colhert $JI.' for a spun Saturday. Croucher has moved lo his new SS00.00 per acre. was a tide in the river tldo Saturday was followed Salur- - fecls nearly cvory ono Is no ovi- "'I'll1 Panola '"'ii' mmUm mmn George Roberts and Bill Daughtery farm. We aro having some cold Fhtrn llrndfonl nt IOO. a i,o,i from ilonno ll.nl II la lni.nrlin,i visiting at Sam weather at this time. R. G. Lut?s, Panola, Dec. 13. Robert Lake, and day night by Ino nrat snow or ino ..V (III t HVtll d J IIIIU of Cooksburg wcro season, which was two Inches deep. rold or the measles will do thai. Roberts Saturday and Sunday. G went to Berea on business Wm. wifo of Coylo were hero on business r Itncnster. A tohacco wnrehou.ie he-IA mrfnv nennln frnm hero rn.tn ei,tmn ennd (p Reynolds, who has been bleeding at R.ch has Purchased a half Intwcsl rrl.M,i. was wrecked hilllt by Joe Six-lt- moollng al U) It can he cured. or tonics aUcndcd lho holInM8No medicine, pills, hy the wind, ami n cottage In roitrM Iho lungs, is belter at present and in a saw-mi- ll a..Bu four., here.-Nal- han Colo' Vincent tho past woekMr. and will rure 11. Advertized cures aro of conxtrurtlon wns hailly damaced. and plans to go lo London to consult and is planning to begin sawing bought a farm near Vogcl for tho Mrs. Hiram Gabbard moved into J. false. a doctor. Wo havo our first snow lumber soon. Georgi: P linler - is LexliiRtou. Hal Price Head ley H. Bolncr's house below Travelers 2. Slay away from careless pall of tho season. Ed Roberts is get grading tobacco for J W. Todd and sum of 51,000. Clifford BicknelL of Scott is traveling in enls. Many people cough and spit bouKht the llentimont funtt, 809 acres, Illinois, is visiting his brother near ting ready lo go lo Harlan county others. fntm hi father for ia'UX, lurrran-Iu- k this place. Ernest Covington, of Dudley Wilson's placo, this week, constantly without using handkor- to work this winter. We have had his Innd IntereMts lo ltoO arren. Gray Hawk E. L. Martin, of Lexington- - rhief or spit-bo- x, drink water from Brassflcld, has moved to lho Rich- - for two Vf the coldest nights of the sea Gray Hawk, Dec. 15,r Tho wet Iroo and lho family dipper, mlnglo freely and Winchester. The $15,000 damac son. Irvin Smith has moved to bis weather seems lo bo broken by a ardson proporly. Luther Walton Tliero will bo a Christmas earolrssly with other peoplo. Each ault of It. 11. Hcott'it ndtnlnlstrntor vs. home at Parrolt. Hog killing good big snow. This week will bo passed through hero Tuesday on his an onlcrlainmsnt al lho Travolcrs now auto klltinl th houso on Wednesday m the average gives it to five other C. W. Vennlllloii.-whosis the order of tho day here. E. D regular hog killing week. Every- way homo from Ravenna, where ho &cst school aged tnnti, will he tried at this term. Christmas, 8overal fro PC,P'0Herald is having good success with body is gelling ready for a good has been al work for somo lime- .- heforo 3. Sleep with windows open his school at Flattop. The mail time for Christmas. Born lo Mr. Several from this place attended hero attended church at Vincent wmmiT and winter Whenever (Ifiirgrtowti. Sn&pp h l'atou, Hudgot water bound j Friday night and dles' Mills ""Id a rrop of tobacco to was delayed on account of high and Mrs. C. E. Evans a girl; baby court day al Irvine, Monday. b purstfaded thai night J. F. Young, of Paris, ut 73 certU " and did not got homo until Sunday. ipp Panola water last week. Void Woods Is and mother doing fine. Thomas pound, to he delivered Immediately. men aro1 -J- ames Young has been remodel- - "'r Panola. Dec. planninir to go Jo Indiana at once. Hayes has been to Lexington Ill's realizing good prices for Mrs. Joe Herd's houseW. P. Bur-- ! in their Tarrot Vhltenhurg. Frnnk Field, son of diminished week with a bunch of fine hounds Parrot, Dec. 14. We were visited and found sale for them. t. Keep up lho general health of S. II. Fields, of Whltesburc. fell from Samupl s building, today willt the first snow of the Begley is al homo for a few days Ser goo, ood sleep rost the walls of thu .eady for grind- his waler-m.- .. E.lioU left season. Clark Gunagin is selling this week. and temperate hablls. Alcohol and on Main street, and was badly Injured, Toledo, Ohio, on. lho 8th to make ng again. fobnC(,0 po,son goods again at his old stand at Letlwo Boone Winchester. Charles Green, former her homo with her youngest daugh-- l j help make tho body ready for Iho soldier, pleaded guilty to forging a ter Box. W. H. Wolfe traded his ' Boono, Deo. 15. Tho Ilov. Goooh POWELL COUNTY growth of consumption seed. goods for Lewis Cunagin's farm. filled his regular appointment at ler, Elizabeth Kaiser. Wo regret check on Sol llloomlleld for nnd VaUOnn S Mill . Vnttlnnl miir.1. Ir. lw.r .,n was ghen a year In the penitentiary. Mr. Cunagin has moved litem to , .1 n i . . i . - . 111. VUIIKIIII!) mo ! UCli. vituun uuvutuu; ...o-- " Vl nne mirrahnani n lnnl nt n, .Illll. i l'll .ii MoKee, whero he yill sell. A girl and Sunday with small attendance. , Utow of the season fell hero Salur- - or'nn WllllaniNtowii. A Central Kentucky k on It o was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Harsyndicate which has secured on option ever1,ody here , Jb0,a pcl8lcnVcoUK con3idcralion ?,,oooWick- - Iy nigliL-M- ost May. It. ris recently, named Lucy on Carlsbad nprings property, plans , wcakn9S uaaa.oiuamD Dnerman. on.uocoiuo. Kjndr(Hl conlinues uile . , al has bulclicrod llie.r nogs; no moai .... with 8,,ghl . fover I II. , Johnson, of Annville, was at Ohio. Is visit nsr his father W. M. , .. . lnl .in In IhU mn nneliel Bush, iai, rnnn linn , mnn inA nnrini. at. I'" e erectloti of a hotel to cost $700,000. Peoples several days last wcet, do- uuuu, l ILL v j.i' ui mm itt.;e ttr.ll.. auu mir nrimi ill" iu nrninpr. iinvifi nnnri ttas recovcrca irom a ca3o oi reu r,n. ,,,na ttoiwi once. If ho does not know, or lfi I'aducah. Prices for leaf mounted ing itlental work, David Gabbard Louis Wren mado a business trip . ... .,,, ,, measles. The past week was tho bo avoids tho direct question, write to 10 being low, and lug brought has moved to his now homo in to Richmond ono day last week-,' . Cln,n lOullvg scene of another lido In Red river, to Dr. A. T. MrCormaxk. fllh and from $S to $12, the figures being high v, i o , Laurel county, recently purchased Mrs. Laura fitroule. of Covington, ttii u ntm Xaa kj mint; movcd nm near nlchnond to this being tho fourth tldo in six Main Strepl, Louisville, Ky.. and er than latt year'sllark tobacco range. from Murphy. Henry Dallon" went was visiting her mother, Mrs. BU, .T weeks. ine last hoc ma nine or no toll him you want to have an nivnii ...i lb London last week on business. Manchester. John Mohan, Uulver ' . Taylor, Saturday and SundayBorn as tho first ono swepl corn nmlnatlon ff . nn nro n. for tuberculosis. Ho lty of Kentucky graduate recently Indiana-pol- ls Elbert Bakor returned to . . a fine, , ,Q11 lo Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wren, and fodder almost clean along tho will mako tho examination frco and discharged from the army, has been n. last week, after a short visit bahy girl, named Ruth Mr. and stream. A couplo of men from lho will tell you frankly tho results. appointed farm, demonstrator of Clay with homo folks. Judge W. F. Mrs Tom Johnson and family aro county. J'.ast were on Black Creek last week Don't dolay. qarrard COUNTT v Johnson sold his homo placo lo Dan moving to Iheir home In Ohio. Wo 2. Act on lho advico of Dr. Mc-- tf leasing land at $25 per acre, in view H,rmonr May for twenty-fiv- e hundred dol- are sorry to glvo them up, Mrs. Hickman. Isaac Shuff, one of tho selling up an enterprise near Clay Cormack and your family pHysician. K TV,K leading farmers of this section, lars. Rev. Pearl Hacker failed to Geneva Browning is visiting her Tnn nnrt , slolo Act al once, r. J. rhmII or hnfv City lo manufacture oil from brought Into city several sprigs of fill his appointment at Letter Box, aunt, Mrs. Georgia Hardin, of Ham- - -3. Live and sleep outdoors. If wheat which the each badly Infested ha- - rock. Tho parties leased flvo lnm- the .,ek i,gLMft, were Saturday and Sunday John John- Htcn, us, everybody, 80ld hI(J knob farm to a Mr Gree at you havo means, yjtu should go lo a with the young larvae of the Hessian Ired acres of slato rock farms .OhioLet son has moved back to this placo subscribe for Tho Citizen for our congijeraUon sanatarium for treatment. lly. jjogQ. aiso HamiJ Mie above price and that is consider-- ! from Hamilton, Ohio, Steve Gab- New Year, as it Is our home paper Mc0llBrrv haq BoW ably moro than much of tho land! If you 'lo not havo means to go .i.nnh Ham- bard took his tobacco to Rlohmond and so interesting. doxtti last week lo put on the market-B- ob tn con- McDowells have come baok from MADISON COUNTT valua- Illinois. Ethel, Sue, and Goldie Big Hill freight Games were visiting at Scott Tua- Big Hill, Dec. 15. Little Russell aro In Mississippi to u mi o,.u.. buy farm- a,- Pasi wcok. oy iuiuuk sey's last Sunday. MoKeohan, who has had pneumo- Mrs. W. M. C. o. At first h. burns wore Is vlslUn Ilutehins Danville. With chisel and hammer, nia, is able to stir around in his Mrs. Kate Jones today, who is on mougiu wou a p v t, burglars attempted to steal the safe of I. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY room. Mrs. Lyda Abrams is im- tho sick Adams was a '.rcacnl tho child is mting wcll an rm,o Stout's Theater, cutting awny th Dlsputanta proving slowly. Mrs. Jalia Hayes guest of Josh Jones and family . . Mhom Viola McKnlghU woodwork. Falling, they damaged th last will recover.-M- iss Jk Qf Rat Dlsputanta, Deo. 15. Wednesday from Salillo, Ind, is spending1 a Sunday.-Tpeople In this polgh- -' t'''cnt of Berea College, Is expected li0,Ic(, bMf( vcgc,ab,CSi whoIcgom,; lock to the extent of 1150, but did not ho morning, December 10, at 3 o'clock, few days at her father-in-laMr. borhood open It. aro busy trying to got tho, homo lo spend tho coming holidays hr(m,, Don.t fry tho food bul cooJc tho deatK angel visited tho homo of Philip Hayes, after which she exwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.' Jt ,)y (h(J boIllng procoss. remainder of their tobacco stripped Howling Green. Ily a vote of 77 to A. T. Abnoy and took from him his pects lo visit her sister near Lon widow of ho lalo, B sieep and rost. Don't got liaa.McKnighl.-T- lio 17, citizens of the Horkfleld, I'leaaant wife, Nancy B. Abnoy, aged don, Ky. Pinhookers riding and ready for markeL good beloved Do- aro ,,urry Ul0 ,)on, Hill and Union drove districts decided pa(lcnl and ,ry prloe. D. P. noss, of near Stanton, died sold has brought a C5 years, 5 months and 2 days. day and night, trying to buy to- Weeks and months, or to consolidate schools at Itocktleld and Miss Hazel Colloll was a visitor!I "ember 1st, at an advanced ago of jnfr proC08s Sho had been In poor health for bacco which Is sol nsr at a trood .. uurgen, or mis perhaps years, will bo neoossary to work on a now building will be com,,,. W. M. U. UUtOHlnS 1087 80 years. Hubert nm la 4t t,nn-.- 1l UU Bl www.g limn 19 1UU MVUUI'i siva iviiuo Vllv i placo, and Miss ftosa McKlnncy, oi cfTect a euro. Porslst and you will menced In tho spring, iiv ' i I.nn fninmla viv n.lltl!" Tl uy. " 1 nights Success In The Citizen. shocked to bear of her sudden of Miss Lucy Hayes pupils at Pilot Spout Spring, wcro married on wn wltn If fo and health. Bryantsvllle Danville. L. J. Taylor, who suffered death. Sho leaves an aged compan- - Knob school: First. Grade Hans-Io- n, Bryantsville, 0. Lot modlolno alone. Deo. 14, Mrs. Jamos Thanksgiving Day. Thoy will rou broken leg In thu full of his plane seven children: Mrs. J. W.jford Settle, Roy Ncoly, Woodrow I vldnwel . 1 V cliln tvllli IliA brtiln'a ...... " .. . " 4lV.f VIICUIIUI U1IU IIUIJU1UI. f herd ten iiay& ago, was well enough to Anglin and Mrs. J. E. McGuire, of Wilson, Katy Parker, Nannio Parker, Durham Is ill at this wrlllfl. Miss Norma Derns Montgomery left, mother at Spout Spring. II. H. liar- -' Ono of tho finest romodlos naturo he taken to his home at Libertyviue, n Monday for Paris, whero sha has rison, Counly Agent and Superlnlcn has Is a cheerful, sunny dlsnosl Illinois. I accepted a position as toll operator. dent of Schools Dudley Caudcll, no tlon. ' Hurrodsburg. Mrs. Ilettle Uedwltl Theso remodles fresh air, sloep, The sale of It. K. Swope was well eompanicd by Mr. Follncr, t of Lon . I .1 1 sou, Otto, received word that her T. attended; everything sold hlgh-M- iss ilOIl, VISIICU our ireo souooi rnuuy, rest, plonty of wholosomo food, has uleo-- serious injuries to ma ie Margaret Crousohorn Is ox giving a nico display of storeoptlcon good cheer sunshine aro lho nnlv1 when he fell through an elevator shaft pected homo to spend the holidays. views pertaining to farm life and N. O. at Winston-Salem- , Other L i R. K. Swopo and family will leave a good lecture in connection. Whllo that will cure consumption. things tho doctors will proscribe JMI WRITE k C0. for Aberdeen, Miss., this weok, to hero thoy organized a pig and can help, but these euro. IOUISVHXK.KY. mako their fuluro home. Louis nlng club, with a very good mem Returns to its before-the-wa- r boginning. This will Broddus, Miss Mary Bell Holcomb bership for a high standard of quality Clinton. The garage at the home of Ubral MM rim Mil and Mrs. B. II. Holcomb wore In 'be our last correspondent boforo Joe I'M Juekson, In West Clinton, burn- M luH VWl. pa 14 to ono and all, ed, together with u neveu puxseuger Danville, Friday, shopping. S. W.I Christmas, so wo say FURS Loss estimated Holcomb and James Green were In A Merry Christmas and a Happy Mitchell automobile. Lexington last Wednesday on busl- - New Year, we trust will bo yours. ut $1,700, with Jl.L'T.I Imtiiraure. KENTUCKY NEWS East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ,. I i- ' I fn-K- 1'; -- f.. ,,,. ur ". ..'., - ,.. .i.,,,, ,,. - . 111 r'i a;" ZS? .. ii - ,.. ,.,. tl m.of j ,,.. iniis-liiiu- - W i- nc Wn ' l5.-To- bacco J'rliS'SV Mrh T" c:E.i"a Mack-Comb- T uc -- ,..,,a fm mj - V ,w.nll ,., ( n. . Pd nre-plac- .list-Bon- oy .ZZS. . w, mat Im-be- en v .rJ I ... 1 1 ' No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour .... ", Once Tried Always Used