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M.n.iUttEHItor Knitrtd at l Pottafflc at lima, Kw at fm4 r, yrndrr Art f March, IH7$, chui Ibllnhtd Kvtry Thnrlay at Htm, AV Vol. XXI Fivo Cenls I'cr Copy. T)rot.di to tlie Inter estsl of tiie MouLZitain People HKP.KA, The Citizen MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. DECEMBER 25. 1010 One Dollar and Knowledge is ;Power arid Ihe way lo keep up with modern; ! Knowlodg-to (read a good " KowspapcV Fifty Conta per Year. No. 26 Good Nature in a Crowd? There arc drawbacks to success Bcrea lias won the attention and love of the mounby students ! tains now she is Six ruiw dormitories in recent years, and ,still there is not room We are obliged to say that no new students can be received in either the Foundation School or the Academy, and that none must come for other departments they get word from Secretary Marshall Vaughn that there is room for them. We are asking a good many students to "double up" bedthat is use one of 13erea's famous "double-decsteads" and take three students in a room. Arid dining rooms, chapels and sidewalks will be crowded. But all this will help us to get acquainted faster. And it will raise the average of the students, for all the "less desirable" will be quietly kept away or sent away. The winter term will be the "greatest ever" not only in the number of students but in the superior class-roowork, the cultivation of friendship, the imparting of inspirations, and the great events. The price of table board for the winter will be: men $2.75, women $2.50. Welcome to all for whom we can find a roof and a pillow I A Happy New Year ! I over-crowded 1 un-Tilc- ss U. News M.Tvo WorldNews nt. k Tho United Slntes Government Is Cotillion Kills Two Passengers. St. persons were deporting n ship load of radicals killed nnil IS Injured In tlic wreck of lo Iltissln, wlicre they may enjoy' a Han Francisco passenger train three their Soviets lo their hearts' con-lemiles from St. James, Mn., id miles Among the pnsscngers arc Emesi 01 m. 1.0111. Tiie ureiiKiiiR or ma Golden and olher such radical nn nxle on the rear truck of the chnlr car caused the remaining cars to break spirits as have given tho police from the tralu and crash Into n freight authorities of tho country trouble train standing on n sidetrack. One of for many years. It Is to bo hoped tho Pullman coaches almost was tele- they may have a peaceful passago scoped when It collided with the loco- over. motive of the freight. The two who lost their lives wen The foreign exchange lias lately riding In the demolished Pullman. been attracting much Wrapping Paper on Duty. St. lxmls, Mo. The Kant St. touts Illinois Dally Journal will he printed on wrapping paper, according to an announcement r.uide In nn Issue of the m lFVlliTf7 ri'TiTil TFIH ) Journul. The publisher of the Journal, Allen T. Splvey, president of tho Illinois Itepnhllcnn Editorial Association, printed a statement In his paper that the Sunday Issiie was made possible Ity using borrowed print paper for half lhl Ir41U llllfl hfwik fintinr it fin., mnl . pago for the other eight pages. The price of the Sunday paper Is five cents. Distillers Plan Suit. attention, and shows clearly Hint wo aro exporting a great deal more than wo Import, nnd that Europo has not the money lo pny ttio balances. Our bankers declare that unless tho United Stales gives easy credit to European nations the work of reconstruction will bo vory glow anil tho suffering very great. Interest, If nothing else, demands that wo extend .our sympathies and our aid beyond our own borders. Political conditions in' France havo been attracting nllcntion during tho week. It becomes clear that CIcmcnceau will not servo ns premier, but that Mjllerand will bo chosen for that position. Ho is a man of experience and lias been recently holding the office of Governor of AIsacc-Lorroi- n. Tho con- scrvalive forces of Franco havo asserted themselves in tho elections and will control tho Chamber of Deputies nnd tho Senate. I "If We Could Live Life Over Again" You can Here is the New Year, 1920, with its winter, spring, summer and fall, and almost all your old acquaintances, and you are going to go rightthrough the old scenes Now do better than you did last year ! Take time to think things over I Do not be afraid, and do not be ashamed to make some good resolutions. I will quit liquor and tobacco. I will find joy in better things. I will plan my work better, and have more fun doing it, and more returns. I will attend church. No matter whether it is my -- kind of a church, or the preacher I like, there will be the and the Bible. neighbors, and the hymn-boo- k I will enjoy the good points in my neighbors. I will be good to the children, the old folks, the, unfortunate, those who have done wrong. I will "glorify God and enjoy Him forever." 1 1 Louisville, Ky. Kentucky distillers will file u suit in nn effort to force the (loverument to reimburse them for 35,000,000 gallons of liquor, said William E. ISullItt, attorney for local whisky Interests. .Mr. HulIItt nld the suit might follow a similar one Instituted by the National Distillers Company In the Court of Claims, Washington, and may be tiled late In January. Seaplane Is At Alabama Goal. Mobile, Ala. The nn 4. mlsslnir fur khv. vnl seaplane N-' era hours after having left Galveston, Texas, on a nonstop night to .Mobile, arrived here. IJecauso of fog the plane was forced to descend und spend 12 ' hours at Grand Island, La., CO miles south of New Orleans. trans-AtlantI All students should read Sec. Vaughn's "Second. Letter About the Winter Term" on page 2. See also "Courses Offered by Vocational Schools" jk. page 2. Holly Gatherers Killed. Jacksonville, Fla. En route to a forest to gather Christmas evergreeus and holly four persons were killed Instantly and two Injured fatally, when their automobile was struck by an Atlantic Coast Line passenger train. Among Iho points to be safeguarded in tho recent protocol which Germany finally signed, after much delay and protcsl, was tho matter of a union of Austria and Germany. She renounces this purpose, and tho two countries must bo separate so far as tho AJlies can mako that condition hold. Germany has already made some payment on her largo indemnity and outlined :i complete and severe system of taxa-- i tion to meet these obligations. -- It . . . . -a- .-. Republicans, Look Out! We were proud to follow the lead of men like Roosevelt and Taft. But we are not proud of the Republican Senators who are holding our country out of its duty and the path of honor and world service. There is France which stood between the Hun and There is civilization for so many bleeding years. all a treaty proposed by which America is pledged to help France if she is again attacked. We want that treaty ratified. There is Constantinople that could be safeguarded by America without any of the suspicions and dangers that attend a guardianship by any other power. At any rate America has some responsibility for the peace of the world. There were provoking things about the way in which the treaty was negotiated, but that does not excuse a course that discredits America and distresses the world. The attempt to make party advantage by holding up the treaty may work the other way. J0LLT HOLIDAYS IN BEREA Sovcrnl hundred students from olhcr slates had to stay in Bcrea over tho Chrifdmas limo. Out they certainly all felt at home. Wo had movio pictures, partlos, songs, and Christmas trees till ovory one was gay. Next to Christmas at homo is a Christmas at Herca. CONTENTS PAGE 1. Kentucky News reo CvFty, ann a. r. omihii, .uorguu county, yere 'convicted of moonshine and given Jail X'nteuces. Covington. Hurglnrs who nibbed The Citizen has always been a Republican paper. Frankfort. To conserve coal street Samuel Gordon's store used nn autocars will begin service nn hour lAtet mobile to carry away a large quantity and operations will stop at 8 p. 111. of clothing and leather goods. Stanford. Hetty tlelm, an aged Winchester. The prosecution of woman of the county, fell Into the fire three men charged with openttlng the and received burns which proved fatal. devices, marks he opening of e on punch boards Jn Winchester. Georgetown. While the electric lights wore off for 45 minutes, thlces Mayfleld. Two highwaymen, armed robbed Levi Fleming's bottling works. and masked, held up jluskell Flood, 10, whom they believed was carrying Flemlngshurg. William Price, un- large collecUons, but secured only $7. dertaker, of Kllznvillc, sustained a broken arm In cranking his autoiuo-bllNewport. The body of Klswortb Sproehnle, 0, wut recovered from a pt'iid at South Bellevue, the lad havCynthlnna. Joe Wohlwender lost ing gone through the Ice while skat-lutwo lingers when n knot In a piece of ' wood he was cutting caused his bund y slip. to Covington. Mystery surrounds the & Sou's wholesale Cuuipbellsburg. Hurglnrs broke Into breaking of Schmidt the store of J. T. Jeffries, wrecked the grocery, where liquid was poured hi to cash register and took $300 worth of a barrel of sugar, ruining It, but nothing wns stolen. clothing. wni-fare. GEN. PABLO GONZALES Owensboro. The tlscal court appropriated $5,000 toward a clinic which the Itockcfeller Foundation will establish here. Vld Kdilorials; Ky. U. News. S. and Morehead. Premature switch of the current electrocuted Karl Haggard, Ilopklnsvllle. Miss Kstelle Ilasseti, IT, who was making repairs at the. tup accompanied by her mother, left for of n pole. Yokahoma, Japan, where, she will be Morton, repreIrvine. The general store of T. O. married to Wallace was entered by burglars and sentative of large tobacco Interests at clothing, Bhoea and Jewelry of largeH Shanghai, whom she met In war work. valuo taken. Winchester. Ten enrs and several Newport Chnrles Heed, 21. was tnicks, which tried to cross Gooso mvorely hurt when blown out of hW creek had to be pulled out by teams, peanut stand by the explosion of u and Mr. nnd Mrs. ISullItt McC'ouu, Frankfort, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Lytic Adgasoline tank. ams, Los Angeles, were rescued Newpmt. Judicial procedure took a new tack when a number of housewives were summoned by the grand Jury In a gambling Investigation, It being belleved.the women could tell of losses sustained by their husbands. PA0E 2. Courses Offered in Dorc.i Vocational Schools; Second Notice about tho Winter Term; Christmas Story. PAGE 3. PAGE Serial Story; Hornaday's Washington Letter. 4, Bcrea Locals; Club; Club; Prog-e- ss Concerto. Woman's Yo Create PAGE PAGE 8. Short Artlolos of Local Gen. Pablo Gonzales, chief of the Intorcst. southern department of the Mexican 6 Great Homo PAGE Agrioulturo; Coming; Department; Tho Mountain Agriculturist army, who Is a candldato for the presidency of tho Mexican republic In the elections which tako place In June, 1020. Bug-glcdyb- 7. Sunday-scho- ol Losson; Christmas Pago; Sermon. PAGE 8. East Kentucky; Christmas. cludes Mexico City. The general was born In the stato of Nuevo Leon, near too American border, and Is woll versed In English and American literature. Much of his early education was received In Atnerlriu schools. The southern department In- Ilarrodsburg. On account of the a drenching. high com of coal and labor the city Stanford. Grnbcn Thompson, youth, has Increased electric llgjit rates from who killed I'uto King, Jr., wus taken 0 to 11 cents. to the Iteform School to remain until Hereu. Igniting from a grute, the 21, when hu will go to the penitentiary years' sentence. clothing of Miss l.cla Vim Wlnklo was to complete an burned from her body nnd recovery Newport. Mayor-eleHermann has Is despaired of. announced he will perform the duties of the engineer while mayor, thus bayMt. Olivet. A company to be capi- ing the city $2,000 per annum. talised at $10,000 Is being organized to drill for oil In this enmity," which Ford. Extensive damage from the is virgin territory. fresh flood tide In Keutucky river has been reported, but the loss Is less Uian Newport, Shortage'nf coal will close In October, before corn harvest. down furnaces at the AnLancaster. The centennial of the drews Steel'MIUs, throwing 100 meu First Presbyterian Church was celeout of employment brated with an elaborate program of 1 .011 Henderson. Hooney, 32, was music and addresses. Kliot and mortally wounded by his Cynthlana. At the Kobcrt Lyne sals brother, Dennis, iW, In u dUpute over heavy shoats brought $17.(0 each; ICO dlvlblou of 11 corn crop. sheep, $11 each; heavy heifers, $87, Cutlettsburg.r W. C. Powell, JMenl- - and corn $2 per shock. (CoaUastd oa figs KfU) 18-2- 0 open-heart- after I A1 recent atlemnt on Uinnarttnf ysomo Irish fanatics to "assassinate General French, tho Lord Lieutenant of tho Island, failed or lis purpose. Phoenix Park was tho 8cono of the attempt, a imialion noted for lis similar act by which Lord Cavendish lost his life soma 68,000 Girls In U. 8. Missing. years ago. Tho feeling toward EngNew York, Dec 17. More than CS.- - land is bitter among certain classes 000 girls have disappeared or run away who cannot seem (0 seo that Engfrom their homes In the United States during tho last year, according to an land is trying her best to settle" the estimate compiled by the Travelers Aid Irish problem. . Tho society has cared for society. Lloyd-Georabout 00,000 young men and women has Completed a who have flocked to this city In the plan whicty will bo soon before lafft 11 months. Parliament for tho PAYS $15 FOR SEAT AT DOOM of Ireland. It will provide for two states in Ireland, ono In north and Farmer Complains to Cleveland Polles one in tho south. Each will havo After Vain Search Miners Afraid completo ind6pcndenco in local afto Go to Work. fairs, much like our states. Eaoh O, Dec. 18. Charles will send members to Parliament, Cleveland, Johnson, 05. farmer, living at West and England will hold control of Salem was In Cleveland Wednesday foreign matters and tho army. with a reserved seat ticket sof as to be This plan is believed to meet conIn the front row when tho world came ditions and is tho result of many to an end. After going to a bouse compromises. where the "beginning of the end" was to bo staged and finding that no one Reports Indicate that there is 'n there had even heard the end wa at hand. Johnson complained to the po- plan on foot to mako a veritable lice. "Two men came to me last Sat- Monto Carlo in tho neighboring urday and sold me n reserved seat for Island of Cuba. An immonso hotel $15." lie said. "They told me all the Is to bo built and. there will bo famembers of my religious belief wero to cilities for gambling and opportuwait for tho end In Cleveland." 18. Several nities to secure liquor of any kind. Okla- - Dec. Miami. lead field Liquor interests aro backing up tho the Miami zinc-anmines Jn wero closed Wednesday becnuse the enterprises and pro planning for miners refused to go down Into the an easy and direct transportation ground with the prospect of the world lo tho Island from tho United crumbling to pieces while they were at States. This is something tho Uniwork. ted Stales ought to provent, if possible, for It would bo a demoraliz- -. MAYNARD'S WORDS 'JUGGLED1 ing agency both for Cuba and our own country. "Flying Parson" Says He Did Not Accuse Transcontinental Flyers ProSsuro for some action lo bring of Drinking. to a closo the wir with Germany Is Washington, Dec. 18. Lieut Kelvin growing very grffat. Commercial W. Maynard, the "flying purson." de- inlorcsts demand it, as trade cannot clared In a formal statement that hli start until theso matters aro settled. recent statement concerning the effect Tho Senate is 'to tako somo action of alcoholic liquors on aviators, which in January. Two plans aro under was Issued through tho league, had been "Juggled" until It baa consideration; ono is to pass a resoleft a false Impression and has errone- lution repealing tho action of Conously attributed his remarks as apply- gress passed when wo wont into ing to aviators participating In the tho war, and the other Is tho aptranscontlnentl reliability test In bit pointment of a commltteo of tho later statement he says: league has. with Senato to devise a compromise that "The the aid of the press, done me most will mako ratification possible. serious Injustice, and has done to the Another case of griovanco with transcontinental flyers and the air service on even more serious Injustice. Mexico has como about in tho last Several of the flyers killed were, total few days. Several marines havo abstainers. I said and I still say that boon held in confinement in Magmany accidents In aviation aro caused adan for many months, under conby overuse of Intoxicants. In any such ditions that aro most disgraceful vocation tho participant needs the full use- of an active brain not deadened Tho Secretary of. Navy Daniels has and weakened by the effect, of llauor," asked our government to tako some (Continued on Pago Five) - Unite, Jo.. Fight F.'irmW' ..... . - . V. me urwegiuu lieu.'1 cross has Informed the Ited Cross of that It has formed a committee to fight famine. The committee will gather funds which are to be used to succor populations in distress. T iM.-rii- - - - n ge . d Antl-Snloo- n Anti-Saloo- n - I s Pngo Two THE CITIZEN Docrinhor 25, 1010 Courses Offered by Berea Vocational Schools 1020 Is tlio yenr to lake Vocnllonnl cortlllcalo course. Young men nml young women of tlio mountains should Invesllgnlo tlio opportunl-tlo- fl offered In tlio Vocnllonnl of Horea Collegn. This wo nro pushing Hip following wlntor coursos for young peoplo of tlio scvnnlli nml pfglith grade rank: Second Notice About the Winter Term Tho ffood of correspondence thai lime is taken up with academic studies in order Ihnl each student t9 continually pouring In to the may gel n good general education secretary's olllco makes II necessary , as well as a thoroughly practical rfVn n second nolico ' knowledgo of carpentry. about Iho Winter Term. The Win-- 1 Students who wish to lako only Tnrm will mien next Wednesday a ono year courso will bo nblc in ,vln pVPry room in the girls' dorm- ono year to gel a working knowl- - Horles nlled. A groal many rooms I'dgo of Iho use of tools and the wm nnVP three girls occupying ,. principles of construction. Tboso 'pi,j ss- - not lo n great who successfully complete tho two i11.,uiiiI1 became they aro warm HOME MAKERS' COURSE livery girl sliould train for homo year courso will receive diplomas ,.on,f0rtnblo rooms, well lighted, and making. It is a patriotic thing to as graduate carpenters. with modern conveniences. They If you aro interested In any of wm i,0 a mn0 crowded, but three girl who ncglccta to lako do. Any migiu al- theso courses, wrilo al onco to Dean pjca9nnt nnd congenial girls will n courso In home-makiClark or G. C. Dalson, of Dcrea. merely recall tho days when largo j most ho called a slackor. Department a Kentucky. fnmiip9 of girls lived happily In ono In Iho Vocational Ismail houso. This 'crowded condi-- 1 short courso is offored for girls not al-- 1 THE PRINTING COURSE wishing to take tho regular two u0I1) wo hope, will not endure Printing is now recognized ly x, ny'8. if prosperity comes to us agriculture, carpentry, printing, year course in Homo Science. This courso in Housekeeping and loading educators thriioul tho coun- - n l0 ncnr future, wo hope lo havo painting anil business, plcaso wrilo Sewing for tho Winter and Spring fry lo bo ono of tho greatest of Iho ono or two m0ro girls' dormitories.! for reservation. Thero will bo no pa-- 1 room in other departments, Tonus teaches a girl tho following manual arls. It Ist therefore, en- t0 present time 11 will bo n Now is Iho timo for students who litled to earnest consideration on f r0i0 duty and a great privilege things: the part of any young man In tho for gri3 wn0 have comfortablo an cannot get into Herca this year lo 1. How to oook. choice flf a lite work. 'convenient rooms to tako in ono ox- -; begin lo mako plans for next year. 2. How to plan and servo meals. It is closely related to the other 3. How lo caro for her home. r0ommalP. Girls w.ho have been After January 1st v will open our important studies in the school cur- - in' ncrca this fall, and havo their deposits for tho fall tnrm next year, . How lo buy for her home. For instance, because it r00m reserved, should bo thinking; nnd if you fail to get in this winter, 5. How lo caro for Hie sick in her riqulum. demands nccuracy in tho mailer of .. ,w naniP3 of nil tho girls they bo suro lo mako your deposit In homo. nnd estimating j.oW anil when'they return to'BS-jlim- o for next year. C. How to make her own clothe. spacing, measuring ji. e. vaugnn, secretary, jnvito ono to como in and snare the six months' tlio cost or materials, a primer At the end of very naturally gains practical ex- -' ln'0' ox(ra 8paco in which another Dcrea College, courso successfully completed a Dcrea, Kentucky porienco in mathematics. Ho must girj could be crowded. Thoso of; Is awarded. punctuate cor- - vmi ...i.n i,avo. been in llerea this N. D. Tho expenses for all in auuuioii iu mis Mi iuuy tiu- - iti spell, wrilo, Is and thus aided in bis p nna aro returning for the wiu courses except painting and music in Bible, reedy, and Science work, studies rriiunig is nisu crj jUS(, remember inai mere do louiur on pngo o oi una Grammar, Arithmetic, and llhelon- - suiiiy oi a decided help in tho study of art. cals arc given on0 hundred girls liko yod, . Knnluokv Hall. Iho dormitorv for, 'lie principles or naiancc, appro- priateness, contrast, nnd harmony ATHLETIC PROGRAM Vocational girls, is nearly full, but st bo worked out in tho produc- - Lasl Monday night tho students wo wnnt more girls of the right kind who will be tho fulurc homojiion or mo nner graues oi priming, an,j faculty had tho pleasant oppor makers of our country, to enjoy the 'and they nro invaluablo to the (unty 0f attending an excellent CClirinltnafi (I artist. entertainment civen in th" comforts of our good dormitory. II From the business standpoint, Tabcrnaclo by the students. !! there is a great demand for prin- - Thrt nrflirram consisted of two COURSE IN CERTIFICATE Br O. F. PFE1FFER tors nil over tho country, and the basketball games, ono for Iho girls !! AGRICULTURE good printer is well paid for his, nn(1 nno for tho bovs. and some ac- Berea College offers a number of .,abor robatic feats by Mr. Miller ami short courses in Agriculture of ono (Copyright) course provided by pi0yj Bales, The two-ye- ar term each twelve weeks in the the Berea College School of Print-- ! Tno girl3.' basketball game was HE village chime rnng Winter Term, and len weeks in the inrr la nprfinrnil Irv rvivn Mm aliirtnnt . .. i mil a mellow Ktmln Spring Term. ' n fnSn . ... .. .. len r and vibrant ait a .... i nn..i..it)U ui Innnonlllnf ntnl d, rno uoiicgo gins were i,.iov,,i,,e u..w one-tercourses Mm ni!nnlnlna In one of these .. .. poldrD bends dropped ff j f u isitlf , " rr miiop umn inn Acnuemv Kins nnui , i .. i Into a eryxlnl dish, reach.. over their ..ends nndj c but Adnm .Miirh drew ,. . l,le W"ge- - mining baskeU ThP . Ids worn fur cap down 1 LtllLlll U kJUIISi v Ulill UkVlia Ullll 11u is aiso nopeuail a large num game resulted in a big victory for ( uiai rrurloscr about his ears ber of students will plan to tako tho College girls, 21-Tho excelanil Hcowllngly took n Soils takes up Iho method of mak this course with a view to journal-- j lent playing of Misses Wcrtcnbcr-gc- r shortcut towunls his ing poor soils good and good soils ism as a life work in the mountain driuilate home. and Carpenter, two of tho Col-lebetter. In Farm Crops wo study j counties. Tlio power of tho press Ue neither had girls, in their ability lo shoot and plan the kind of crops that arc to mold public sentiment is unquesohlck nor child, only baskets seems to have been tho outsuitable for mountain farms and tioned, and if wo have an increasmoney. He hardened standing feature in tho winning of Hint enn be grown for profit in our ing number his soul against yule-tid- e d, con tho game. of t great mountain region suggestions ami tried to glory In scientious editors and competent Tho boys' game was a blt;raorejin- - scouting the humanizing Influence of t0 ,handl ,i nowspape lh l friendship and Mtbe folly orcatln an(1 aPdl so .home, f ourcountry, wo TOay reasonably 'Thn lw0 leams We nlckpfrMnlii&l railed love!" Then he enme to a sudvarious crops that wtf .havo raiscd.-n-- .. moiaing process win no particular names, but for cunte den hnlt and sprang behind a tree. . tnai . ... on our uoucge. iarm anu on uio ex- jor SQQ was a light In the room where perimcnt field. Tliey will tlnd outl Inquiries 'concerning this courso nienco wo shall call them tho Reds There line-upwero he slept. Against the lamp light there 3 and the Whites. Tlio how drainage, lime, fertilizers and was outlined the figure of a roughly bo diPcctcd to secretary cu iyation improve the land; lhey(Vaughn Dcan Clark, of tho Voca-wi- ll as follows: dressed man standing at an open bureau. Marsh stole to the kitchen, have an opportunity to observe lional Depar,ment of Berea Col- Whites Reds t. toek down an ancient horse pistol. f. Ray uiu pracHtai iruuui.uiu oi uuicrcui np ,n Will nm V.. nix. Director Fielder soils, rotation of crops, seeding, cul of tho School of Printing. f. f. Wiseman Hackelt tivation and harvesting; they will o. c. L. Johnson C. Johnson also bo taught how to manage g. P. Bicknell Hill VOCATIONAL SOCIAL mountain "farms for profit, how to Last Friday evening tho Voca- Sanders g. Clark 8-improve buildings, fences, buy tools, tional Department had tho llrst of Both teams played well. Tho nnd sell farm products. its vacation socials. Tho social Reds won with a score of 19-Animal Husbandry, tho third part was held in the Vocational Y. M. C. stunts of Mr. Tho acrobatic to bo studied by tho student, takes A. Recreation Room and lasted from Miller and Floyd Bales wero very up the feeding and breeding of 7:30 until 9:00 o'clock. Tlio girls goal, and displayed quilo n bit' of and, gliding to the door of the lighted slock for profit. Foods which mako camo over to tho Industrial build- physical strength. They cortaiply room, burst It In. "Vbnt are you doing beret" he milk, fat and musclo will bo ana ing from Kentucky Hall, unattended deserved the loud applause whjc'i shouted nut. "Hands up!" lyzed and listed in order that the ihv Hin linvs hnf mnal nf flinm rn tllOV received. It was rather a weak than nn evil Biuuciu may go mich. no, una iocuj ,upnod accompanied by one of tho fnee that confronted htm. - Its owner the same kind of food to his own handsomo Vocational boys. looked crestfallen, rather than sullen. Tin Autos Hurry Development stock. "I I was looking for something to program of tho evening consisted of The advent of the automobile- In Tho student will hnvo an oppor games, a talk by Dcan Clark, and the country districts was the uulck-en- eat." he stummervd out. tunity lo study the flno dairy herd "Social Peanuts." Tho games were "That's likely outside of the kitchthat put the spark of life In the of the College and learn how our all interesting and the older mem- good reads movement. en. Isn't It. now!" snarled Mar.h derisively. dairyman feeds tho cows to get Iho bers of tho department entered into Good Roads Demanded. "Well then, finding nothing In the most milk at tho lowest cost. them heartily and played ns though Good roads nro demanded anjun es- kitchen I hoped I could pick up some Berea College js becoming tho they wero sixteen ngain. "Drop-pin- g sential to the proper extension of little trifle that would bring me a center of thorobrcd stock; puretho Handkerchief," "Wink," national nnd local dejJonjnent. meal. Say,. I'm not a genuine had bred Holstcin cows, Duroo and Po "Poor Kittle." and "Rook" were land China hogs, and varieties of among the games played. Rook was thorobrcd poultry aro being raised probably Iho most interesting befor demonstration purposes, and tho cause there wero several groups person who takes a courso will have that played tho entire evening. Sign Painting, Painting and Paper Hanging Added to a splendid opportunity to get ac- Dean inClark's quainted with tho best breeds suit-nb- lo teresting. Hotalk was tmusually Vocational Curriculums told of some of tho for tho nvcrago farm. queer customs in tho foreign coun- - it has been tho polioy of Berea For Iho first Hmo In many yeatt Students can nlso lako other subjects, such as Arithmetic, Reading, tries that ho had visited. Tho "So- - CoMece from the. besrlnnlnK lo add wo havo an oxocrt instructor In Writing, Spoiling, Rnliab, Rhetori-JW- l? ciai I'canuis, as usual, were greatly courses of study from timo lo timo ' painting and papering, Mr. E. II. enjoyed by all present. as tho needs of communities became Gondoy. formerly of Boston. Mr. and Blblo in connection with i ImnernMvft nnt onlv n (rood,. nractlealAfler thn Vnnnltnnnl . fSnndnv --. j j 'Agriculture. Toxtbooks nro fur, I . -l A.l UK i i ag- - painter, out, is uiau uuiuumwu wim AWARDED CERTIFICATES Lioparimeni was esiaousnca xor nished free of cost in all tho Some timo ago tho State Board of rlculture, carpontry, and homo set Hin e.lnrlfA rtf mlfinff nnmffl ffnln courses. Education awarded teachers' cer- - enco, such courses as printing, Ing, harmonizlng.colors, elo Palnt Students from tho fifth grado up tificalcs to several of Bcrca's stu- -, blacksmlthing, bricklaying, gardon ing is a very good trade, and It can lako the Certificate Courso In Miss ing, nursing, and commerco wero makes a splendid combination with dents without examination. Agriculturo, arid wo extend a d. Tho incrcaso of commerce papor hanging. Wo hopo to havo a Gorlrudo Terrill received a hcarly invitation lo any farmer who year elementary certificate; Miss In tho mountains, with tho Introduo-Rub- y substantial number in each of these can leave his homo for three months inter- -' Hon of machinery, tho building of Faulkner a four-ye- ar during tho winter term to como to frame bouses in placo of log ones, classes this winter. Tho following modialo certificate; and three-ye- ar Dcrea and tako this courso and advance certificates were granted has brought a great need for paint- - Is tho catalog of tho painting and moro able to improve his to Misses Lyda Talc, Bornio Ftialk- - ing and paper hanging. paper banging courso: methods of farming. nor, and Frances Bowos. Sign Pointing Coating, spacing, blocking of letters, and imalting. d CARPENTRY unit Winter term, five hours a week. Denefits of Good Roads. Tlio demand for trained carpon-le- rs vb. Carriage Painting Painting of carriages, automobiles, and furm Itnple. Good roads bring nutouioblllsts. today far exceed tho supply. They spend money. Good roads bring ments. Berea is offering n courso that will tradu and Increase property values. t. Coating up, Including cleaning, sandpapering, and leading. Coloring, In. enablo young men of talent and am- They attract hoineseekcra and Indus- eluding the mixing of colors. bition to becomo successful builders. tries. 3. Striping, gliding and arnliblng, Carpontry cannot bo taught from s unit. Winter and spring term, five hours a week. Do Not Build Road. books alone. Berea has well equipvc. Paper Hanging Cutting, trimming, pasting and butting. Large appropriations and paper ped shops in which the student is plans highway development do uot unit. Winter term, five hours a week. trained In practical lines, and it en- build for roads. vd. Painting and Graining Different kinds of wood as maple, oak, ash, wal deavors to givo lis pupils practical nut, mahogany, and polishing of furnltnrej experience by havlng-thework on Slogan of "Good Roads. One.thlrd unit. Winter term, five hours a week. the buildings under construction. From all sides echoes and of tho pupils' tbe slogan of "Quod Itoads." About one-ha- lf i ng I 1 j cor-tilloan-iwr- n one. I never touched n cent that was not my own until thli very day. And srrvingand worthy, who will bo shut this Iras sn sbnmed me, Hint all I nsk out this winter unless you becomo Is strength to carry hack what I look." "Yah!" Jeered Stirxh. "Port of neighborly and mako a llttlo sacri Peter to pay Paul, heyl Now flco then. I'll run nn rhk of your turning Just n word lo new girls who aro on me. Hnipty your pockets," and the nlnnning lo como to Berea. Plenso man dltgorged n rusted Jackknlfe do not como this winter unless yon nnd something Hint glowed with thr have mado your dcposll of four dol- - glint of gold. "Itnek to yonilT corner." ordered Jars and rccclvo an answer from Iho Secretary telling you that a MnrMi rnsplngly. "Whnt's Hilar nnd placo will bo reserved. You may hl nimble lingers clutched a locket nnd chain the other hnd placed on the wrilo and lmvo your namo pul on tnblc. waiting list, and ns soon as n tho "II Isn't yours. nn,r mine!" burst out vacant bed Is found, wo will send the Intruder. ".Say. mint take Hint -you word. bark" where It belongs. Uten to me As for tho boys, wo sllll havo room It wns ten miles down the road. In for about llfly hoys In Iho Normal n wretrhed little hovel. In the front If room was n pale, wearied womnn atntul Vocational Departments. tending to her slrk In n you aro interested In teaching, in back room was a littlehusband.of n girl angel g 1 yon tell of, your' dear ones slinirfiav a Christmas, Indeed." "I'll do that for nothing," half sobbed the penllcnt fellow. Little Corn Illnlr was sobbing In her mother's arms ns Adam Marsh reached tho doorstep of the home of the unfortunates, m1 ml "Oh, mauimn. enn't we search for my pretty locket T Kvery night when I sny my prayers nnd nsk a blessing for the dear grandfather I bnve never seen. I shnll miss seeing his picture." "Merry Christmas and forgiveness I" spoke Adam Marsh, pushing the door opCn. "Alice. I've come to mnke tip for my cruelty nnd neglect." And when the penitent hnd faithfully returned from tho vlllago stores with a heaping basket full of Christmas cheer and gifts for the little one Mnrsh had ordered, he started for tlio city with n warm, snug roll of bnnk notes In bis hand. "Now for my own home nnd Christmas of my dear onesl" ho Jubilated. "Oh. I'll never s"tray awny from the stf .gbt path and them again," nnd In a wild ccstnsy he sanr In accord with the chiming bell: "Pence on enrth and good will toward all men I" lie heard her say: - I child, asleep on a torn thin blanket. Humility Becoming. 1 noticed (he chnln and locket nround Humility among Christians Is a practhe child's throat. I snenked up and tical vtrtiiA not a took It. I've a wife nnd two little pot It Is cut so much making tots In the city; lost my Job nnd was small in vIdh bow small w tramping, looking for work. I was ervs Itut MunttiKM Implies contrast I thought of their wretched frantic as It Trythlng tn too uulvenw worn Christmas nnd I hurried awny to veil seiatl, uothtny would bv suinll In any the trinket and steal a ride homo on venset ktr w should bnvo no Don't shoot 1" for the bumpers. of twaltiMMM or bijtuex.4. If w Marsh, opening tho locket and scan- Qnd our tntks tuvtin, tt Is because wo ning the portrait within shook from bnve within u tm promise of tasks bend to foot, naA with glaring eyes that shall b Mighty. If wt fvt vrlUila viewed the locket as though It were us the sense of !u It U bocnuft thsr some boding wraith. la growing tnerw th couqurmg sens Ah I how It recalled to him the of the lrvsouc of God. W. U, Blaka. bright, sunny-facedaughter he had shut out from heart and home the day Aid's Hunter's Aim. she eloped with Itodney lltalr. lie To Insure n hunter a steady aim an had never sought to learn of her fate. d And now the locket she had worn he nventor has patented nn arm rest, to the body with a waist belt. hnd strangely fouud, cherished nnd protected by her little child with his picture still In It. World's Seed Emporium. "My man," he said, "If you will take London Is still the world's chief emme ta.whcre,. rou. found thc.Deople porium of the seed trade. our-aet- ml lnu d fas-etie- i . -,.- fi..-,veMi. oTthreeatVafi..i m one-side- ... . 1- l 5. go as noj-la- well-traine- I CmnSSMnnlvlMe i,' .fed. TV rarrr aoe. ul a baia rapan. aaliona aiaj to nm binrJ, and stall ft dart aol approtrh lb nmatftn at aawrtca Uxa apoa Aaamaa railwaya. Vmtud C.VMIaa. ottwr cl ill TKT r.dj, al tlx tuj om ktlf,ll.fflc lU una tn men lluaeMtUl jewlf oM.lklrd. ulUtji of tU DailH Sutra . rvti7 Ialvd,th traffic that thrraiarrtU rffXTrt- - wo It l.M Ask Any Doughboy Who 13 Was "Over There and he will tell you that American railroads are the best in the world. He saw the foreign roads in England and France, the best in Kuronc and in other Continental countries and he knows. The part railroads have played in the development of the United Stales is beyond measure. American railroads have achieved high standards of public service by and courageous investment of capital, and by the constant striving of managers and men for rewards for work well done. We have the best railroads in the world wo must continue to have the best. But they must grow. To the $20,000,000,000 now invested in our railroads, there will have to be added in the next few years, to keep pace with the nation's business, billions more for additional tracks, stations and terminals, cars and engines, electric power houses and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the elimination of grade crossings and for reconstruction and engineering economics that will reduce the cost of transportation. To attract to the railroads in the future the investment funds of many thrifty citizens, tho directing genius of the most capable builders and managers, and the skill and loyalty of the best workin competition with other industries bidmen the railroad ding for capital, managers and 'men industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, to managers and to the men. American railroads will continue to set world standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs if they continue to be built and operated on the American principle of rewards for work well done. far-sighted - er New Courses for Young Men ... -- 1 1 two-.adde- bo-co- One-thir- ojliiiy adverfi6ement tiLpubli&hcd by, the Two-third- Eoddioii)f3lailLoaxj readtved, One-thir- d Tkon dttirinj (njormalxon concerning thi railroad obtain literatun hy writing to Tkt Altocia Hon 41 Railvny Eitcvtitti, 01 I) roadway. Next York. 4 December 2o, 1019-atntner toin me," she went on, at them togetherlivTofc, "What'Ttre the ter a long silence, and without looking natural elements which make a counat him. "A few years ago, 'If some try or city a desirable place to live? one hnd only told me, when I was your I'll tell yon. Climate, transportation, good waler, variety of landscape, opage,' she said." Given "Why do you tell me this?" he sud- portunity of Independence. these conditions, everything else can denly demanded. Then there's transporta "Did you ever feel that you Just had be added. tion. This Is one of the few centers to tell some one?" In America which has a It was his turn to pause. "Tes," he trade equnl to Its confessed, at length. trade. We're on tho crossroads. Every Then tell me." settler who goes Into the North-Mi- nd So he led her clown through the It Is a mighty North means more lonely, tragedy of his youth and the trade. I tell you, rudderless course of his boyhood. She Dnve, the movement Is on now, and followed sympathetically to the day before long It'll lilt us like a tidal when Doctor Hardy and his daughter wove. I've been a bit of a gambler Irene beenme guests nt the Elden nil my life, but this Is the biggest ranch. Hut before the end he stop- Jnck-po- t ever was, and I'm going to ped. Should he tell her nil? Why not? sit In. How" nbout you?" So ho She had opened her life to him. "I'd like to think It over. Promo told her of that Inst evening with tion doesn't come very fast on this Job, Irene, and the compnet tinder the trees thnt's sure." and the moon. Her hand had fallen "Yes, nnd while you nrc thinking It Into his as Ihey talked, but here he over chnnces nre slipping by. Don't It slowly withdrawn. Hut he was think It over put It over. I tell you, felt fired with the flume of love which had Dnve, there Hre big things In the nlr. sprung up In the brenth of his reminis- They are beginning to move already. cence. . . . And Edith was his friend Have you noticed the strangers In and his chum. town of late? That's the advance "And you have been true?" she said, gnard " but her voice was distant and strained. "Advance gunrd of a real estate North-nnd-Sout- h Norlh-and-Sout- ,?aga ThrM vc GREAT RECORD FOR RECLAMATION NEARLY 2,000,000 ACRES HAVE BEEN RECOVERED FROM THE DESERT AND POPULATED. COW PUNCHER By ... Robert J.C. Siead poenu i Clulnorc Kitchener, and other JfuiMwMtylnrtfiMjTr SYNOP8IS. lvln doesn't, ap'oloirfie'for nature, does lie'? . . . Hut It cornea back In Septem- CROP RETURNS ARE IMMENSE Total Increase In Land Values Due to 0 This Service It Estimated at In- Fund It Capital $556,-000,00- with hi fathar en ber." CIlATTKn mall, badly manatad ranch, David Ho smiled, and she thought the subElian haa reached tha aca of clghtaan Kith faw educational advantage. An ac- conscious In him wns calling up the cident to tha auto in which nr. Hard, smell of fire In dry era, or perhaps mlntnt aaatarn phyalclan, and lit datifh-ta- r brlnxa Iran, art touring tha country,Hardy'i even the rumble of buffalo over the Ufa. Dr. nw lmnt Into lilt hills. And he knew he mulled because IfK la broken, and ha la neceaaarlly con lined to hta bed. Friendship, and ionic bo had so completely misled her. thing more, develop between Ircna and . . . It was dusk when they started Bald. homeward. "cHAPTHn ena greatly anloya tha Forsyth was waiting for her. Dave unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her arouilntonrvahln with David rlpni scented stormy weather and excused recovery Into affection On fir, llardy'a the younir people part, with tha under himself early. tandlnir that David will aeek to Improve "What does (his mean?" demanded hta poaltton In Ufa and they will meat Forsyth angrily as soon as Dave had again, gone. "Do you think I will take secaudden death of hla CIlAI'TEn Ilt.-T- ha father teavea David with practically ond place to Hint that coal heaver?" nothing but tha few bara acrea of the 'That Is not to his discredit," She ranch, tha elJer man having through U.-lr- vetted. yeara of dlaalpatton Wauled the Income. Ilia detita pnld, David gooa to the naareat town, determined to keep hla promlae to Irene by acquiring an education and making hlmeelf worthy of her He aecurea the flrat work offered, driving a team for a coal dealer, and meete a man named alnut hta own age, by whom ha la led Into dlaalpatlon, David Con-war- d, CHAPTKU IV Naturally of clean mind, determine to get away from hi uncongenial aurroundlnga, and .Fat bring him Into contact with Mr. Melvln Duncan, who eea the Inherent good In the boy and welcomei him to hla home, where he meeta Kdlth. hla hoafa pretty daughter, and beglna the coveted education. The crisis wns preclpltntcd one fine Sundny In September, In the flrHt yenr of Dave's newspaper experience. Dave called rnrly and found Edlih In a rid- ing habit. "Mother Is 'Indisposed,' at they say In the society page," alio cxplnlned. "In other words, she doesn't wish to bo bothered. So I thought wo would rtdo today." cclver he knew ho had nsked her "Hut there arc only two horses," ride with him again on Sundny. and ..... w... ...... aid Dave. u... n ...u inimu nuueu .w. "Well?" queried the girl, and there i.,t- - al n m mf was a note In her Tolce that Hounded "Yes." "And you are waiting for her?" It must be "Yes, I am waiting. "Straight from tha corrals Into good so." society," Forsyth sneered. "It Is cold," she said. "Let us go Then she made no pretense of composure. "If you have nothing more to home." urge against Mr. Eldcn perhaps you CHAPTER VI. will go." Forsyth took his hat. At the door Whatever the effect of this converhe paused and turned, but she was ostensibly Interested In a maga- sation had been upon Edith, she concealed It carefully, and Dave counted zine, lie went out Into the night. his The week was n busy one with Dnve It one of the fortunate events of the working under nnd ho had no opportunity to visit the life. He had been now Duncans. Friday Edith called him on spur of his passion for Irene, hut supplemented by the the telephone. She nsked an Inconse this was to be more It quential question about something friendship of Edith. Thatpartwas not did than friendship on her which had appeared In the paper, nnd she to him nt all. hut !, ...... .......... -....! it occur ,n,rM,p(i in him he knew was nd he : turncu on we point or tneir expedition , " determined that he would of .... previous Sunday. Dave never tho , . . Instlfv her Interest nnd confidence. Hut Just nt this time another Incl- nene.1. Im, whin he hW a. th r said, ... w .ii, ................ ..,. .l. .i,i Wlir aQueried Not Was strange to him. of us." In the Ctrl, and Thero Her Voice That to Him. Sounded Strang "There arc only two -- us get away?" It was evident to Dave that for some reason Edith wished to evade Forsyth this afternoon, A lovers' quarrel, no doubt That she had a preference for him and was revealing It with tho utmost frankness never occurred to his sturdy, honest mind. One of the delights of his companionship with Kdlth had been that It was a real com panlonshtp. None of the limitations occasioned by any sex consciousness had narrowed the sphere of the frank frlemUhlp he felt for her. She was to film nlmost nd another man, yet In no sense masculine. Save for a certain tender delicacy which her womanhood Inspired, he came and "Hut Mr. Forsythr "He Is not here. He may not come. Will you saddle tho horses and let little "box stall." as the sport editor ne- ' .J., scribed It but. nevertheless, a dls mansg't nctlon shared only with thecompiler 1, nnd Bert Morrison, r Inc .. t. .1. worann's pnge. Her name was than usual Sundny afternoon, but not jofthe but she was masculine to the Itobertn, too enrly for Edith. She was dressed tins nnd everybody called her Hert. for the occasion; she seemed more Into Dnve's sanctuary one nftcr-nnn- n fetching than he had ever seen her. His in October came Conward. She led the way over tho path fol- hahltunl cigarette hung from Its ae. lowed the Sunday before until again customed short tooth, and his round, they sot by the rushing water. Dave florid face seemed pufller than usual hnd again been filled with a sense ot His aversion to any exercise more vlg- Iteenle Hardy, and his conversation orous tnnn offered by a billiard cue was disjointed nnd uninteresting. She was beginning to reflect ltseir In tried unsuccessfully to draw him out premature rotundity of figure. with questions nbout himself; then " 'Lo, Dave I" he said. "Alone?" loAk took the more astute tack of speaking .1., 1.1 Tlav, Mil .. . OM.U AIIIIUOI. " t without of her own past llfe.' If had begun In Ing up from his typewriter, iiu-n- , city, ever so many years turning, he kicked the door shut with an eastern ago his heel nnd snld. Shoot r Chivalry could not allow that to "This strenuous life Is spoiling your pnss. "Oh, not so very tunny!" snld good manners, Dave, my boy," said Dave. Conward, lazily exhaling a thin cloud ' "How many?" she teased. of smoke. "If work made a man rich "Nineteen," he hazarded. Hut It Isn't you'd die a millionaire. "Oh. more than that" work that makes men rich. Ever think "Twenty-one?- " of that?" "Oh, less than that." And the.. ... "If a man does not become rich by confidence was established. "Twenty," thought Dave to himself. "Jtcenle must be about twenty now." "And I wns Ave when when Jack died," she went on. "Jnck was my brother, you know. Ho was seven. . . . Well, we wero playing, and I stood on tho car tracks, signaling the motor-mato make htm ring his bell. On came the car, with the bell clanging. I nnd the man In blue looking very cross. Jack must have thought I wn waiting too long, for he suddenly rushed on tho track to pull me off," Sho stopped, nnd sat looking nt the , rushing water. "I heard hltn cry, 'Oh, daddy, daddy I' above tho screech of the bailees." offlce- -a slx-by- tolVfif ''..u J1 ?f hnd been tfl cJS. - I Dave was about to throw him out when u gust of yearning for the open "Old You Ever Feel That You Just spaces swept over him ugaln. It was true enough. He wus giving his whole Had to Tell Some Oner life to his paper. Promotion was slow, tend to understand, but It seems to and there was no prospect ot a really have Its place In life. I guess It's a big position ut any time. He remem down. natural law. Well" She paused bered Mr. Duncan's remark about "You aren't talking today," she said. "You don't quite do yourself Justice. uguln, and when she spoke It was In n newspaper training being tho best preparation for something else. With lower, more confidential note, Wbnt's wrong?" "I shouldn't havi- - told you this, sudden decision he closed his desk. "Oh, nothing I" he answered, with a "Shoot I" he snld again, but this time laugh, pulling himself together. "This Dave. I shouldn't know It myself, llul September weather always gets me. befow that thing hadn't been well, with less Impatience. I guess I have a streak of Indian; It just us good n they might In out "That's better," said Contrard. comes of being brought up on the home. . . . They've bten different "Have you ever thought of the future ranges. And In September, after the since," of this town?" The ahock of her words brought hliu first frosts have touched the foliage" "Well, I can't say that I have. I've He paused, as though It was not nec- upright. To hliu It seemed that Mr. been busy with Its present." und Mrs. Duncan were the Ideal father essary to say more. "That's what I supposed. t" You've 'JWther. It wns Impossible to as- been too busy with the details of your "Yea, I know," she said quietly. sociate them with a home where little Job to give attention to bigger Then, with a queer little note of confidence, "Don't apologize for It, Dave." things "hadn't been Just as good as filings. Now let 1110 pass you a few thy might." Hut her pieces of Information things you "Apologize?" and his form straightMust know, but vou have never nut ened. "Certalnlr not. . . . One left uo room for remurk. Itbsent-mlndedlbo-Id- went with her as he might hnve done with a man chum of his own age. And when she preferred to ride without Forsyth It did not occur to Elden Hint she preferred to ride with him. They were soon in tho country, and Edith, lending, swung from the road to a bridle trail that followed the winding of tho river. As her graceful figure drifted on ahead It seemed more than ever reminiscent of Ileenlo Hardy. What rides they had had on thoso foothill trails) What dippings Into Uie great canyons! What adven tures Into the spruco forests! And how long ago It all seemed I This girl, riding ahead, suggestive la overy curve. nnd poso of Ileenlo nardy. . . . His eyes were burnlug with loneliness. He knew he wus dull that day, and Edith wus particularly charming and vivacious. She coaxed biro Into conversation a dozen times, but he answered At length she leaped from her horse and seated herself, facing the river, on a fallen log. Without looking back she Indicated with her hand the space o her. and Dave followed and sat "Sorrow Is a strange thing," she went on, nftcr a pause. "I don't pre- - ' "If a Man Does Not rJecomt Rich by Work He Hat No Right lo Become Rich at All," Dave Retorted. work he has no right to become rich nt all," Dnve retorted. "What do you ttlcan by thitt word 'right.' Dave? Dellne It." tr ttti....ni 1 nine. ivv- go J. .iirvHa ui iu iiuvvu A. 1UUU 11 BEvk "KlSV I I you," "Thnt's the trouble with fellows like Conward continued. "You haven't time. You stick too close to your Jobs. You never see the better chances lying all around. Now suppose you let them go to press without you today and you listen to me for a whjle." ' n By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. Wllliln the Inst 15 yenrs the rectnmntion service of the federal government has constructed nn Irrlgntlon system that supplies water to 1,780,000 ticres of land. All of this land hns not been made to blossom ns the rose, but nil of It Is producing vegetation. On the government Innds nre 10,000 fnnflllcs.ln Independent homes. The populntlon In boom?" priations for the present yenr there "Hlsh! That's a bad word. (let cities, towns nnd villages. In these gov will be a large gap between the money awny from 'It. Sny 'Industrial devel- ernment projects has been Increased nvnllnble nnd the money npproprlnted. by nn equal numher of families. Thnt opment.' On a War Batlt Thlt Year. I to sny, on the 1,780,000 acres re- "Let me elaborate. We II say Alknll The estimates for the regular an go cln lined there nre now profltnbly em nual supply bills and the permanent anLake Is n railway stntlon where lots begging nt n hundred dollars each. In ployed nnd sntlsfnctorily boused I00.- nual appropriations exceed the appro stranger buys 000 people. As n crentor of wealth, Its priations of last year by nenrly a drops a service to the nation and slate has been ten lots nt n hundred nnd fifty each hnlf billion dollnrs. The cstlmnte for are chuckling over as great as In Its principal tnsk of every one of the 13 npproprlntlon bills, nnd the sticking him. Hut In drops nnother home making. Out of the unlnhnblted excepting the post ofllce nnd naval stranger nnd buys a block of lots nt nnd nlmost worthless desert It hns bills, Is In excess of the appropria enrved nn empire of nenrly 2,000.000 Then the two hundred each. tions for 1020. The estimate for the begin to wonder If they didn't acres Intensively cultivated and pro past office appropriation bill Ib less duclng crops whose annual average sell too soon. ISy the time the fourth by something over $200,000,000 nnd the or fifth stranger has dropped In they gross returns per ncre nrc nbout double cstlmnte for the naval appropriation nre dead sure of It, nnd they nre try- those for the rest of the country. bill Is less thnn thnt of n year ngo by Since the first government ditch be- ing to buy their lots buck. All sorts $43,000,000. The government's busiget started, nobody knows gnn turning Its waters on the land In ness for the present fiscal year was of rumors big 1005 the crops produced on the re by how. New rnllwnys nre coming, the very nature of things on a wnr factories nre to be started, minerals claimed Innds hove hnd n totnl vnlue basis. of more than ?2:W),000,000. The pres have been locnted, there's n secret wnr The war machine was going so on between great moneyed Interests. ent annual crop returns are now more strong when the armistice was signed not including the The town council meets nnd changes tbnn $70,000,000. wns Impossible for the governvalue of crops grown on the million that It the name to Silver City having ment nuthorltles to put a sudden doubt, to the alknll In the ncres- outside of projects which nre check on expenditures. There wns not no slough water. The and all supplied with stored wnter. very much complnlnt nbout the approLand Values Greatly Increased, that grent, Innocent public which Is present fiscal yenr, been priations for the The Incrense In lend vnttics has forever hoping to get something for but the prevnlllng view In congress Is In 1002, the beginning of nothing, are now glnd to buy the lots enormous. thnt the time hns come to get away nt Ave hundred to ten thousnnd dollars government Irrlgntlon work, the nver-ng- e from the wnr bnsls. The wnc added value of the desert lands In the by the time they've bought each, nnd enormous sums to the permanent apIt up the gnng moves on. It's the project did not exceed $10 per ncre, propriations of the government. By The total value, therefore, of the smoothest gnme In the world, and nre meant npproprlntlons that nre 1,750,000 acres In government projects this every community will fnll for It at fixed by statute, for which congress did not exceed $17300,000. Oovern least twice. . . . ell, they're here, year, whether It dethe must provide Itench not, so long ns, the "Of course. It's n little different In nient Irrigation bus Increased or sires to do case, because there renlly Is some- vnlue of the project Innds $200 per laws thnt call for the money stand. this It thing In the wny of nnturnl ndvnntnges ncre, or n totnl of $350,000,000. These nnnual permanent appropria hns Incrensed the vnlue if the 1,000,-00- 0 to support It. It's not nil hot air. last year reached the enormous In other projects by $100 tions acres "Now, Dave, I've been dipping In n Bum of $2,000,000,000. Httlalready, nnd It struck me we per ncre, or $100,000,000. The Increase Hope for Treaty After Holidays. might work together on this deal. In the value of land In the cities, It seems reasonably sertnln that paper hns considerable weight. towns nnd villages within projects Is the treaty of peace with Germany or a total hMh that weight fnlls the right way easily $100,000,000, $,iS61000,000. Increase will be taken up by the senate due to you.won't find me stingy. For Instance, In land values of after the Christmas holidays and dn Item that this property" he pro- this work. reservations. sum eventually ratified with In connection with the above duced n slip with some legal descrip As time goes on there are Indications tions "has been sold for ten thousand ninry no consideration hns been given of better feeling In the senate with very to 1,138,000 acres of land Included In dollars to eastern Investors respect to the treaty situation. The conservative Investors from the East. government projects whicu win tie ir four foctlons Into which the might help to turn rigated when the engineering works tlirj5or don't forget that senate" "divided"" over "the treaty still Sorry are" "completed, the present market another deal that's Just hanging. exist, and each faction Is Jncllned te. to keep you so long, but perhaps you CSSS which has Incensed at least stnnd Its" ground! but there Is more per acre ny reason or tins tact, and more talk among senators repre; enn catch the press yet." And with one of his friendly mannerisms Con- The Incrense ln the price received for sentfng the various factions that real ward departed. tnte Innds Included in the projects statesmanship must eventually hsjre Dave sat for some minutes in a nnfl now mostly iiisposeii iu i Its wny. nnd Hint wien lt does Jhe quandary. He was discouraged with least $3,uw,uw or uirect revenue ut-- trenty wlll.be djsgbgffLqf. JSverybodjr his salary, or, rather, with the lack of rived by the states. Dividing tlieacre-- retires Hint the existing" sltuntloa prospect of nny Incrense In his salary. iigereclnlmed IJSO.OOOrJntn the net cnnnot be allowed to run on Conward's words hnd been very unset cost of the works of $J2245,0OO, we "i--! airec-tlonp"er tling. Tiiey puueti in opposite have a cost of npproximnlely $C9 n In connection with the treaty en- - acre for the Innds In reclnmntlon proj They fired him with n new some things are obvious. One and they Intl ectsto which the government enn . thuslnsm for his city, Is thot congress Js not willing to adopt mated that a gnng of professional now deliver wnter. Tills cost, how was soon to perpetrate ever, Includes the cost ,of serving now exists between the "United I an enormous theft, leaving the public stored wnter to nDout i,wu,w" ncres peace The adoption, be of Innd. If these Tnnds be Included States and' Germany. holding the sack. Still, there must of that sort of resolution, It Is golnted a middle coorSe somewhere. the average expenditure per ncre bene out, wmld mean that the United At nny rate, he could use Conward's fited lsless tbnn $45. nnd this cost In bad was dudes large storage works nnd cnnnls States she" deserted the allies with story nbout the land sale. That fought "nnd the legislators whom news legitimate news. Of course. It useful for future reclnmatlon on proj nre not willing toput their coljntry ojj might be n fuked sale foked for Its ects now being completed, the utlllzn record ns doing that sort of thing. It; news value but reporters are not paid tlon of which will further reduce thesj Is ill si obvTIjfe tliut neither congress figures of cost. , for being detectives. The Evening Call nor the public jsTj'nxloiis to jfpye' th Revolving Reclamation Fund. a statement of Conward's sale, carried treuty become nn Rsue in next year's and on that statement was hung u col Dp to Hie end of June, 1010, there presidential cnmpnlgn. Even party umn story on The growing prosperity had been diverted from trio united men, who would be willing to have, of the city and Its assured future, ow- (?tntes Irensury anil hlttde nvnllnble the controverted questions raised" by climate nnd lor recinmntion ing to Its exceptional purposes the treaty submitted to the people,, resources, combined with Its 0S4.50. Of this amount there wns ensh natural realize, 'so they say, that the world' on transportacommanding position Out on hnnd June 30. $1,008,502.52. waits on the estnbllshmejit of peace, tion routes, both east nnd west and of the funds thus made avnllahle, In nnd tlisbefng the case, they doubt If north, and smith. vestlgatlons have been made of pro jEe"publlc wouhl bo "wTlUiTg To delay posed projects whleh have never been (Continued noxt week.) the estqhjlsluiient of peace Tolig enough approved for construction, requiring oh to Treaty made a political Isexpenditure of $1,207,054. This leaves suehave the country. Whin LegUlatort "Pair." In this The fact Is that Investment In Irrlcn- When a legislator wishes to be ab a reimbursable 70 nnd SO senators ilSVofks of $U7,0O5,C27.0S. The sej between see the treaty ratified.are Ituhi sent at the time when an Important Ions to revote Is to be taken, he finds some mem curit jor tne return 01 mis invest by constructed J represented ber who lnteuds to vote on the other ment Must Have some RtteHVlt m Ju--r side of the question and arranges a projects. -r-jcv-T, Under tfiA rir6vjslons of flio reclnmn"- - not embrace "pair" wllli him. That the second reservations cannot d hy which the legislator agrees to refrdJft frorn rot tlon net or June 17. votes needed to adopt It. The reclnmntlon fuMV wns created, this Is lug, as an acccrimuodatlon ttf (he first. prevailing view among senators who The net result fhen neither1 vote' Is mnde a revolving fundj Sfl that the re lire best Informed as to what Is In the cast Is the same asr If both bad4 v6tetf turn of any portion 6f the Investment minds of the friends o'f tho trenty Is on opposite sides. Hols legislator caff Is mndV nvjillnble for reinvestment In that the Lodge reservations which The' reclamation then be absent If they with wlth6u'l other cperntlons. fund, therefore, can be cotiifinred with went down with the first ratification lots or gain to either side'. resolution will be mnde tho basis for efipltul lifrested. In any lltistiiess In fontnierclal' enterprises, an3 tUf an- - a compromise set of reservations. Cer-lai- n of the Democratic "senators who He's Lucky at That so- u so inu lunu maKva to muciQnflnence fflth Their ajisocl-- ' My youngest boy and I were (b a sibitj the connrtiction or works aggre lhave restaurant and the waiter asked what gating aScost gVenter than the nmou'rVf .MS.8, fiy? alreudy Indicated thaf"tbey are willing' to accept at leas" eight ot we would have. The boy said ; "Any6t the original investment. the fourteen Lodge reservaTlons, and thing but ham and eggs; that's all I Mu it' Cut Government ExDenaea. ever get at home." Chicago Tribune. 4'ver'y tfovtrwueut that participated thai Ihey will accept the others provided certain modifications ure made. In file w6rTf war Is wrestling with Heceut advices to tho state depart tho problem) of how to reduce from What Eve Mltted. expenditure. ,'fre In the United ment of thethe diplomatic representaUnited States in Kurone Furthermore, Eve might never have States the Is worrying con- tives harkened to. the voice of the tempter gress nnd the exerwJve department ol give tho Impression that In London, Is a better feelFarls and Home If the had had a movie to go to. Dalthe federal govermntnt, many slate ing with respect there to reservations which las News. governors are coftemied with It, and the United States senate may possibly city, county and townsUp authorltlet make. If the Information that Is comare not able to Ignore II. The presi- ing In can be relied on Makes Hauling Eaty. there Is a of the United Skites nsd the secBuy to town, and easy to ridew dent part of the European on treasury are Advocating statesmen tothe U&ke a farmer's haullsg aad lead! retary of the accept ratification by the large reductions In government fairly glide. senate with reservations provided tha nnd the men In the two innervations are kept within 0, $7,272,-550,415. d d, - nouses of congress who hnve most te lo with controlling legislation are tell-n- g their associates day by day that be government s estimates for the fiscal yenr beginning the first day of next July must be cut to the bone. Thus there nre good Intentions everywhere. Tho difficulty Is to locnte the spots where the cuts nre to be made. This' Is primarily tho business of the house nnd (be senate committees on appropriations. These committees nre taking hold of the tnsk In enrnest, nnd It seems reasonable to assume that If congress as a whole will stand by the rommlttees, expenditures will actually be reduced. As nearly as the gerta-men- t experts enn estimate the revenues for the coming fiscal year they will umotint to $5,C20.QOO,000. This estimate Is based on the existing tax Inws. The revenues from the postal service for the coming yenr are estimated to bo something over $415,000,-00which, added to the revenues from tnxntlon sources, will give the govern ment a little over $0,000,000,000 In rev- enue. Congress hns thus far during this fiscal year appropriated It Is evident, therefore, thnt If the appropriations for the coming fiscal yenr shall nppronch the appro- 3jir -- $--o s. ."J sUu-atlo- I , - LujKj4ts J, w', com-nuih- - 'pr6flt ss reasoa. KVkCssA' Pago Four THE CITIZEN PROGRESS CLUB Mid-Seas- on Decembor 25, 1010 Berea College Hospital Best Equipment ami Service at Lowest Snn-l'rlo- Cot. Wanh for Men ml for Women Private Room. Until. Klectrlc Service. PRACTICE Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL Come in ami vMt an eMablMimcnt, wlilch it a friend In neeil, and in reach of all tlic people. kohrrt ii. Cowley, .m II ARLAK Dl'DI.CY, M.I)., PllTICin I)., I'hvtlcian Maroarkt S. Grant, Mis Mary I.onoacrk, R.X., Superintendent Mm Nni.it Millkr, R N., Head Nune . ij., PliTKlcinn CHANGE IN RATES He firming March I, the rntet for board and room of private paOenlK will he f 15 to iS per week. The rates for patients fared for In the wards will remain the iame- -l per day. By Order of Prudential Committee, Keren College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Born to Mr. anil Mrs. II. W Haekelt, a daughter; and to Mr and Mrs. Ohcrt Richardson, a son The new equipment for the College Hospital is ready to bo in stalled. This is an especially lino machine, and will add greatly to Iho efllciency of tho Institution Baker & Logsdon, Dentists Further notice regarding its op Oflko Hours from 8 lo 5. Telephono No. 3. Berea, Ky. oration will be given later. Scientific liorso shoeing, flno iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho Collcgo Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of Tho Citizen ad. Office. ay Best Blacksmithing Tho' regular meeting of Progress Club was hold at Iho homo of Mrs. Charles Burdotlo on Thursday. December 18. A largo number of Iho members wore present. Wo were all glnd to have our now, yet old, member, Mrs. Wynll, formerly Mrs. Hanson, wilh us again. After the roll cnll, to whloh caoh gave lliclr ehnioo Christmas thql, llu Hazaar Committee reported 8J0 cleared from Iho bazaar proper, with a gift of $.") from Dr. and Mrs. Robert Iltilchins, who wished to help carry Christmas cheer to our needy loved ones. This meeting offered us two real treats. Mr George Dick sang "Holy Night: Mrs. Burdelte played Iho accompaniment. The selection was skll- uiiiy given. 11 inspired an lo a deeper meaning of tho real Christ. Mr, C. E. Vogol gavo an excellent original Christmas story. Tho in troduolion was a porlrayal of the prophecy of tho Christ, leading up to tho "Star" which led tho shop herds lo tho manger which cradled tho Babe, tho Light and Life of tho world. This story was a most vivid pioturo of tho true moaning of Christina.. Wo havo enjoyed having our hus bands with us this year, taking purl in the various meetings. AN Sale! Coats The First Step to Success v Suits, Dresses Waists Sweaters I lose Petticoats " Skirts . Furs, Etc. HATS And Finest Millinery Hats to suit any face Call and be convinced . X Mrs. Eva Walden ox- teplionally line and unique program I YE GREATE C0NCERTE lie Woman s Uub gavo an ENTERTAINMENT L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 34 3:38 a. m. No. 3812:48 p. m. No. 32 5:13 p. m. Southbound No. 3112:46 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. Otlo and Axel Ernbcrg aro home for tio Christmas holidays. Miss Martha Sproulo is spending several days in Berea wijtli hor sisleiv Frances. J. V. Johnson has recently nioved lo the Wilson properly on Center street, which ho has purchased. Forrester Rainc, who is r. student at Obcrlin College this year, camo home last week for a vU'l of a few days. Miss Carol Edwards, and Mr. Paul Edwards aro ipcndin? lii.t holidiys in Berea wi'.h Profesuro and Mrs. Edwards. Miss Myrtle Baker, who has been in Alabama for the past year, camo homo last week to spend Christmas vacation. Carol C Itoble, a former Collego student, who is now located in Bos-Io- n, is visiting in Berea for a few days. Miss Sarah Jones who is teach ing in North Carolina, camo home, Saturday, to visit her parents dur ing Christmas. . Miss Lillian Smith and Mrs. Bes sie Shiith Lewis are visiting, this week, at their homo on Center street." Miss Effio Ambrose, who has been leading-- ' in Canada, arrived, last week for a visit with her parents nnd brother. Charles Flanncry is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flannery, at their homo at Blue Liok, and scoing many of his old friends in Borea. " Anderson Bowling was here a few dags last week visiting his sislor. who is in school. Miss Ritscher, Miss Painter and Mr. J. E. Davis, who aro teachers in Foundation, have gone homo to spend Christmas; also most of the Foundation students havo gono homo through vacation. Miss Bertha Williams, who has been teaching for soino time at Ml. Sterling, lias returned to Berea to spend tho Christinas holidays. Her many friends aro glad to see her back in Berea again. Tiio Rainbow Class of tho Union Sunday-schoo- l, probably moro wldo- ly known as "Mrs. Noblo's Girls," THE WOMAN'S CLUB An excellent musical program was is going lo give an entcrlainminl, tho attraclivo feature of the moot Monday, December 29, at 7:30 p. m. Come and be entertained and give ing of December 17. Forty-on- e members were present. After tho us len eenls to help us send a Utile roll call, to which responses wero girl to school in China. given concerning tho birthday of Jesus, somo of tho children of club WHY HOME OWNING IS URGED members, led by Mrs. King, sang Ten Powerful Arguments Put Forward sweet Christmas carols. by Those Convinced of Wisdom Mrs. Peck gave a violin solo, Mr: of the Plan. Edwards gave ono on tho piano, and Professor Rigby a song. Each gave Home ownlnn will result In benefit a second number in response to on to people who become homo owners core. Mrs. King sang four songs nnd to the city us n whole, for these, all of which were written by wo unions other, reasons: 1. In the long run the home owner men composers, which was a very happy and appropriate' thought 011 s more prosperous thnn the renter. nnd the prosperity of nny city depends her part. upon- - tho prosperity of Its Individual Tho bazaar held on the 20th citizens. proved .1 decided success. Each 2. The home owner Is permanent: booth did a thriving business. the shifter does little (tood to his city 'Ye Ohio Folkcs Concerto" given or himself. 3. The home owner Is progressive: on last Saturday evening was at tended by an appreciative audience, the renter Is not Interested In progresThq Club wishes to givo hearty sive movements. I. Mnhlts of thrift learned In home thanks lo "Yo Heado Time Beater," buying mid to the wealth of the Indi "Thaddcus Azariah Edwards," to vidual nnd the city. , Iho "Orraner Habakknk Ezra Tav 5. The home owner beautifies the lor" and to all H16 other "laddies" city; the renter does not; the more who so cheerfully and acceptably beautiful our city Is lie more people assisted tho "lassies" of tho Club will be attracted to It. O. Other things heing equal, thv in tho carrying out of the program home owner Is n better worker than the renter, and keeps lk position after the renter Is discharged. 7. The owner of n home has an ever- present protection against poverty, and will not become a charge upon the We Sell Hats and Sell community. 8. No city of renters can ever suc ceed. No nation of tenants ever became great. 0. A city that Is worth living In Is worth owning a home In. 10. Other, things being equal, the home'rwner Is a better citizen, a bet ter soldier, a better American than the in the College Chapel last Saturday evening, inoy wero assisted ny n number of men. The old timo songs wero sung in the old timo way. . AH wore dressed in colonial costumes; and tho customs and spirit of the oldon days wero carried out moat successfully. A largo audience greeted them rnd listened with untiring Interest thrtiout (ho program. A novel plan had been nrranged for encores. When any ono in tho audience wished lo hao a song repeated, his request would bo granted when ho sent n gift of seven cents to Iho singers. Several of Iho numbers were repeated under Ibis plan. Mrs. King was quite popular with her solo, "Comiti" Thru Iho Ryo.r The quartet, Messrs. Edwards and Haekelt, and Miss, HafoFand Mrc. Laura Gabhard, wero called upon Iho second time for Iho "Funny Pong." Basso Profundo." Professor Rigby was at his best in his solo, 'Loch Lomond." "Jolly Jonathan,' rendered by Dean, Haekelt, Baird and Batsan, was greatly enjoyed Mrs. Dodgo read "Tho Now Organ' with appropriate feeling. Profes sor Smith, tho feeble and tottering, proved himself a genuino ballad singer. Professor Lewis' perform anco on the fiddlo was stirring, lo say tho least. Tho double quartel, loo, wilh "The Natural Spell" mado a big "hit." . Thero wero two "organers," Mrs. Edwards and H. E. Taylor, who ad ded greatly to tho success of the evening. Professor Edwards, as "Yo Heado Timo Beaters," carried off tho honors of tho evening. Tho entertainment as a whole was 0110 long to bo remembered and re fleets great credit upon tho pardc ipauts. ft was Just Iho kind of wholesome that Bcreans needed after Iho strenuous lifo of the Fall Term. "lot-dow- n" Take caro of your earnings and thoy will lake oaro of you. Mistreat Ihcm and tho futuro will mistreat you. Tho secret of success is systematic saving and safo invcslmont. This bank solioits your patronage and Invites you to mako full uso of Its faolllllot. During tho War this community responded nobly to our Country's call. Many experolnced for tho first timo tho Joy of saving, and hold Undo Sam's socurltics as tanglblo souvenirs. Retain thorn. Guard them. If you want co about Ihcm, ask us. Como In and lot us loll you about the new United Slates Treasury Savings Corllflcatoa Issued In tho denominations of (100 and (1,000. This bank is an Authorized Agent of tho Government for (hoir sale. ad-vi- Berea National Bank Oakland OAKLAND OWNERS HKOULAKLY RETORT RETURNS OF FROMH TO IS MILES FROM TlHi CALLON OF GASOLINE AND FROM S.000 TO lfcWO MILES ON TIRES THIS OAKLVND SENSIBLE 8IX 13 TOWEKRD WITH THE FAMOUS OVERHEAD VALVEPAKLAND ENGINE OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to Une car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities arc lew and far bctwcccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetent!)', uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power to 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 THE well-mad- easy-ridin- renter. Twcnty-flv- o HAY FOR SALE tons good mixed hay YOUR TOWN. IUal towns are Lest some one When everyone 1 ou can raise not made by men afraid else eeta ahead: works and nobody shirks a town from the dead. by ton or cor load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f. COW FOR SALE Young winter cow; lino Toliunq CAfc and HoAiigTr. 11075 F.Q.ll. Powtiac. Mich. Them Right quality milk; gentlo disposition; prico rea And If while you make your personal sonable. Call at residence near N. stance Tour ttelchbor makes one. too. Berea limit on Dixio Highway. J. Your towh will be what ycu want It to be. P. Roberts. t.f, 11 itn 1 your town it s you! If you want to live In (he kind or a town Like the kind of a town vou like jYou needn't slip your clothes In a crip vii iuiiE. iitns nine. FOR SALE Ono good Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 Mrs Laura Jones Berea, Ky. cement-- block machine good as new; will make any size Tou will only find what you left behind. block from four to twenty-fou- r. For there's nothing that's really new. It's a knock at yourself when you knock Also a cap and shell machine which your town, will make any sizo from two foot It Isn't your town, It's you! Helen Perkins. In New York Sun. up. For particulars writo II. E. TAY "Flower In Every Home." LOR, BEREA, KY. Now, let's the return of peace by "denning up," "plnntlng up," painting up" and end It with nature's choicest tribute to man. Our slogan EVERYBODY'S Is "A Flower In Every Home." celt-brut- New Coal Dealer Having bought out tho coal business formerly owned by Mr. Dallus Wilson, I am prepared to servo all his customers' and all now ones, at tho samo location on Depot St,rcot,' Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho city. Give us a call or phono No. 61. DR. REUEL BARTLETT announces tho removal or his office lo tho Front Suilo of Rooms Berea National Bank Building Obstetrics, Gcnoral Practlco and Children's Diseases. Omco Hours: 8:30-10:a.m. 2.30- - 4:00 p.m. Thursday nflcrnoon and Sundays by appointment. Phone: Ofllco Ilesidonco 3. 00 7-- 2; 7-- HAPPY Quality Clothes Shoes REAL ESTATE and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Just wink at him he'll understand. Como on to after a visit to the John F. Dean J. W Herndon Wo aro still selling real estate. Tho miners' strikes puts no change MODEL SHOP (0 our business. We havo some especially attractive propositions to NOT THE CHEAPEST offer Just now loo many to give ac curate descriptions of all, but if you BUT THE BEST want a farm, house and lot or vacant property, come and see us. Cleaning, Pressing John Dean continuos at The Bank, And though no's tall and lean and Repairing, Altering and lank, Dyeing Ho'll soil your land and write your docds And look after your flnanoial needs. Herndon keeps up his rambling ARMY OVERCOATS DYED OLD CLOTHES MADE NEW round, Through country sldo and in town; But if you want a house and land. Special Rates on J. S. Gott Berea Kentucky" PRESS A New Real Estate Firm If FARM TOR SALE 30 in cultivation; about 50 in gross; rest in timber. Lies on pike, oloso to school and churches. Drilling for oil within ono-ha- lf mile. Good five-roo-m houso and good barn; good orchard. Ono hundred acres; Never-falli- ng water. J. B. 3w-- 2i Pillman, Droyfus, Ky. you are interested in F. L. MOORE'S Real Estate in Rockcastle County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing . CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. MAIN ST. AND - MONTHLY CLUB TICKET 'Fine Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. DEAN 4 HERNDON Berea Kentucky ASK WALKER IU10 Wh ON TRIAL CITlZKN I'ago Five FOR CRUELTY TO PRISONERS BOONE TAVERN "The most home-lik- e and attractive hotet In Kentucky." Blue Grass Farm! FOR SALE Located 2XA miles from Bereaon Dixie Highway, the best pike in Madison counfy. This farm contains acres and all necessary improvements. Possession can be given January i, 1920. N A Bcrca College Management First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway The Citizen A family Newspaper for all thai Is right true, and interesting Published DR. ERWIN A. PETERSON bargain. For further information see or write sure-enoug- h rr Thursdar at Ilrrra, Kr. W. F. KIDD BEREA Real Estate Agent BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tncorporalad) WM. C. FROST, Editor-in-ChiJ. O. LEHMAN, M.n.imt Editor KENTUCKY Subscription Rates l'AYAHLK IN ADVANCE On 81 Thrr Months f Months moti tijr Yar HOLDS UP EFFOlT , 11.50 M . . ,6t) ! or Eiprtas Monrr It-l- k Order. Draft, llrgiatarrd Lfttrr, or on and two cent sumps. Tha data attar your nam on Ubl shows to what data rour subscription Is paid. If It Is not chanced within thre wraks altar renewal notify os. Mlstlnf number will tie l.llr supplied If we are notified, uueraiierms riven 10 any wno obtain new subscriptions forus. Any on sending us four yearly aubacrlptlon can rcW Th Cltlien f re for on year. Adrertialnc rates on application. Brnd Capt. Karl W. Dctzer (Irft) nnd his counm-I- . Lieut. Thomas I.. HefTernnn, Captain Dctr.er wns nccused of cruelty to pr soners nt I.c Mans, France, nnd nt Governor's Island. l wo tried by gcnernl 'ourt-martla- I Carol Singing Is Dying Out custom of enrol singing of floors at Chrlstmns seems to he dying out. This is a greut pity, for enrols nre u brunch of folk music, the unconscious art of the peasant mind, a heritnge of Inestimable worth. In mnny Kngllsli villages there nre carols peculiar to themselves, to bo Jealously guarded und retained use. The Chrlstmns carol dntes from the birth of Christianity Itself, the nngels having sung their enrols nt the birth of Jesus Christ. Among the early (.'hrlstlnns enrols hymns representing were sncred the casement, parttnliy lighting up tho antiquated apartment. The sounds, as they receded, became more soft and aerial, and seemed ,to nccord with the quiet and the moonlight. I listened and listened HOMES MAKE GOOD CITIZENS To Own One's Own Horns Meant Ac- -' qulrement of a Certain Standing In the Community, ( TIIIJ they . i "lie's n homo owner nntl n tnxpaytr," I the best recomtncndntlon any - for-thei- r , t i t . simple record of the hahltunl Industrial disturb the birth of our ATTORNEY GENERAL PALMER rrs nml the soclnlly restive thnt Lord to rude wns-sathemselves on nil countries are of AT H. C. L CONFERENCE songs nnd the element thnt Is very largely withrhymes of holiday out home ties. Authorities to Root Out revelry. Unless nil signs' fall, this Is to he Tells Illinois Probnbly no Christmas would seem Profiteer Public Scorn Great the great Amerlcnn complete without tho and Weapon. yenr. Stlmulnteil by the government's tiopular hymn, "Hark! the Herald urgent nrtvlce to "own n home for your Chicago, Dec 17. Attorney Gener- Angels Sing." children's sake," rind by the Injunction The word carol, which originally that during the wnr It wns patriotic al A. Mitchell Calmer arrived In Chinot to titilltl, now we enn nest snow cago heralding a battle ngalu.it the meant a dance, Is thought to have high cost of living and the profiteers come Into our language either from-th-e our pntrlotlsm by building, there ha Norman French carole or from the thnt are behind It. been n tremendous revlvnl In the sen"Hoot out tho profiteer expose him Celtic carol. timent for home ownership. The indications are thnt the unhappy classes to public scorn," wits tho keynote of In 1S22 Davles Gilbert published his message, which he delivered be- "some ancient Christmas carols, with of renters nntl honrders will be greatly depleted before the entl of 1010, fore a gathering of mayors of Illinois the tunes to which they wero formerand thnt there will be mnny thousands towns and cities, club women, officials ly sung in the west of England." In of nddltlnnnl families entered upon of retail dealers' associations, district his preface be declared himself to be the life of happiness nnd contentment attorneys nnd state olllclals. Gover- desirous "of preserving thera In their to he found only In the home. nor Low den presided nt the meeting nctual forms, as specimens of times Palmer's message, given to reportThe price of building materials tonow passing away. day Is not high, as compared with ers, wns: and of religious commodities, nnd the "We will enforce the existing food prices of other feelings now sucommunity thnt does not add matelaws to the strictest letter. In anticiperseded by othrially to Its total of homes this yenr pation of the enactment of legislation ers of a different Is likely to he rnted ns tncklng In thnt would enable the department to caste." Irlotlsm ns well ns good business Judgdenl more effectively with profiteerOf late years ing nnd other causes of the high cost ment. some of the living, tho fnlr price committee of churches chiefly Idea has been put in operation. in the larger citSeem to Be Qeneral Opinion. gener"Through these nnd through ies have "Tell me whnt conipnny you keep, held we hope to get "Christmas carol and I will tell you whnt you nre," Is n al public at tho root of tho problem and I as- services" during the Christmas seaproverb thnt Is found In similar form among the French, Spanish. Italians, sure that every corrective measure son. This is an excellent movement, Dutch and others. Anything so widely within the power of tho United States and might profitably be taken up by attorney's office will be exerted to churches all over the country. Ceraccepted must be true. remedy present conditions." tainly If the churches can restore this old custom tt will add to-- the enjoyReligion In a Dream. ment of the season. To tl renin thnt yon nre taking part France Is exceptionally rich in Substitute for Leather. Inrge In a service In church with a enrols, which are often drinking songs Unwoven cotton dipped in various convocation Is snld to foretell riches solutions nnd then compressed is said as In many European countries. We Inte In life. Hut If the attendance Is to make an excellent substitute for find mnny French carols translated Into thin, beware, they soy, of slander I English, no doubt as a result of the leather. .Intercourse which existed between 'dwellers on either side of the channel, In the days when English youths often pursued their studies in France, i .ir There Is a great deal of discussion K?ssiBiBiBHmm as to which Is the most popular carol, il home-bulldlnwell-know- n i ... mnn enn Imve In his own community tt gives htm n standing forthwith, not so much in n person of some fluiinclnl Importance, hut ns a dependable, sub-'- , itantlnl nntl citizen. wisely regardful of his own nntl til family's linpplncss nntl best Interests, nntl nt the same time nn asset to the neighborhood In which he liven. So Instinct universal In the tlmt It might almost he until tlirrp Ik something wrong morally with the mnn or woman who tloeii not care to own n home; and Hint Js why the malcon-tentihome-loving Dr. r.rwiii A. retemm or Cleveland. who has been named director of the special health department of tho American Ited Cross to direct certain phases of tho organization's health conservation program. 0 newly-crente- d Christ's nativity. Now the name Is given to a vnrlety of popular metric n I v o m p from tho i, more and more tender nnd remote, and, as they gradually died away, my head sank upon the pillow nnd I fell asleep." In Pnsquils' "Jests," n book published in 1C0 1, an amusing story Is told of a knight who gave a Christmas feast at which he entertained his friends and the tenantry. Tho host ordered no man at the table to drink a drop "till he that was master over his wife should sing a carol." A pauso ensued and then one poor male, more daring than tho others, timidly lifted his lonely voice. The knight then turned to the ladies, who sat at a table apart, and "bade her who wbb master over her husband," sing a carol. The legend saya that forthwith "the women fell all to singing, that there was never piece of heard such a catter-walllng became auslcke." CROP CONDITIONS ONLY FAIR Winter Wheat Area for 1919 Far low That of 1918 Falling Off In Rye. Be- MV'ashlngton, Dec. 1(1. The winter wheal nreo sown this fall Is 33,770.000 iicrcs. the department of agriculture The revised estimate of announced. last yeur's area wns nnnounced nt acres. The condition of the crop December com1 wns 85.2 per cent of a normal, pared with 0S.G on December 1 Inst yenr. 70.3 In 1017 nnd 895. the December I average. The nren sown to rye Is estlmnted nt ft.rrm.OOC acres, compared with 7.232,-00iteres. the revNctl estlmnted nren sown In the fall of 1018. The condition of the crop December 1 wns 89.8 stand that the preliminary situation Is such thnt these resolutions, which I per cent of i normal. have offered, cither of which would BLAST FATAL TO 43 GERMANS solve this problem, cannot be considered by the senate except by unaniIt I More Than 100 Injured In Ammunltlo,. mous consent nt d wi nted to have appear again that unnnnlmous consent Explosion In Plant Wear nns Impossible." Wilhelmahaven. Senntor Smith of Georgln, Democrat, who supported nost of the Lodge e emBerlin. Dec 18. Forty-thre- e ployees, men and women, wero killed ervatlons, made p plea for compromise. and more than 100 Injured In an explo- He said tho two parties should top making tho treaty "a political footsion of the Mnrlenslel ammunition The ex- ball." depot, near Wllhelmshnvea. Senator Myers of Montana, Demoplosion occurred as shells were being crat, told the sennte he vos prepared unloaded. to ro a long way to get the treaty out IMPROVED ROADS IN QUEBEC of the way. Senntor Nelson, "mild reservation-1st,- " urged Senator ICnox to clarify Ills In Five Years Government Spent resolution so that it would plainly pr for Development and vldo for the ellmlnntlon of tho lengtte Improvement. ten-j-t-i- ir s 0 and the rntlllnitlon of Mie rest of the treaty. lie dcclnred h's willingness to support i.uch n proposition. Wants Ectual Representation. Senntor McConnlck if Illinois, "e. publican, declared that if there -- as any revision of the t.odge reservations It should provide for nn equality of representation of he United States Knox Again Fails to Sidetrack and the Rritlsh empire In the league. He Insisted thnt tho Ler.root reservaLeague of Nations. tion adopted by the sennte did hit meet the Issue of Inequality of representation, because It did not give tho TO GO OVER HOLIDAY RECESS United .Stntes ns many votes as the British empire. "The reservntion offered by Sennto'r I.enroot. In my Judgment. Is n poor No Effective Action Is Expected This substitute for nn equnllty if represenYear Pennsylvania Senator's Restation," Senntor MeCornlek snld. "t n olutions Are Refsrred to believe If the league Is ever approved Relations Committee. by the senate, with whatever reservat wltlin'it provision for equnl Washington, Dec. 18. Senntor Knox tion, but that Issue will not of Pennsylvania attempted .tgnln to representation, down, any more thnn the Issue of pence with Gerhave the senate restore downed through successive many by sidetracking the League of slavery compromises. The Issue will live hero Nations. Ills efforts were locked, but in congress, on the stump. In the great the debate they preelpltnted Indlcnted cities, nnd at the crossroads In the a growing sentiment In fnvoi of elimicountry. nating the league covenunt. If ne:e "The covennnt. under theso circumpence stances, will not make for accord but snry. to restore the country to basis. for discord between the The Pennsylvania senntor nsked peoples." unanimous consent, first, to take up his resolution providing for the ratlflcti-lioof the pence treaty "In so fnr .is BRITAIN CAN'T BAR EXPORTS It restores the stutus of peace between the United States nnd Germany." SenHigh Court Decides Government Has ntor McKeilnr of Tennessee, Democrat, No Power to Prohibit Importation objected. of Certain Goods.Senator Knox then made n similar request to tnke up his resolution simLondon. Dec. 18. The go.tmment ply declaring "Hint Psjice jxlsts bewas declared by Justice Sir John tween the United States .ind GerSankey of the king's bench division ti many." Senator Nelson of Minnesota possess no powers to prohibit ImportaHepubllcnu objected. After considerable discussion fhe tion of ccrtnln goods, and that thereresolutions were referred to the for- fore Its proclamation wns Invalid. Th! Judgment Is c nsldercd one of tho i lost eign relations committee. Important ever rendered against thi See No Action This Year. government. It Is doubtful whether any definite nctton will be tnken before the holld y WORLD NEWS recess, but after thf first of the yen (Continued trom Psas One) determined efforts will be made to action looking toward rclcaso and 3 press one or the other of tho tvnox sharp nolo has been sCnt to tho resolutions to a vote unless there has Mexican government. Tho nearness been some compromise on the peace of tho elections make the country treaty by thnt time. "In view of the attitude the presi- moro unsettled and tax the patienco dent has tnken both toward reservn-tlon- of friends of constitutional governnnd towurd compromise," Sena- ment. tor Knox snld, "It seems obvious thnt we should mnke every effort In this body to reach a solution of this question, and I wan' tho public to unde TO RESTORE PEACE For-eig- English-speakin- g GIVE A DOZEN GIFTS For the Price of One. Interesting-readinformative and novels of daahlnr adventure fascinating- - tales of love and romance and comments on significant toptca ef our times FOR ONLY $4.00. . Tou can sand mora than 1(00 pa (fen full of tha most In- YOU 8 AY Merry Christmas Twelve Times a Year With SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE The Vapor Treatment FOR Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia of waiting helplessly through atre.lnnfr hnnra Inr (lie ntitf.ifi.n ly (ail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy Vapo-mentit a ccrtiin preventive and specific for coldi, croup. 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In the five years sible to name the from 1011 to 1010 tho Quebec governfavorite, there ment spent $15,774,309 for good roads. can be little doubt The following figures show tho numof the universal ber of miles of roads systematically appeal of "God maintained by the municipalities of rest ye, merry Quebec, with tho aid of subsidies from in o n," tho government of the provinces: In whose plaintive 1007. 1,000 miles; In 1000, 2,000 miles: melody has In 1011, 8,500 miles; In 1013. 15,000 touched a chord miles; In 1010, 18,000 miles. Stnce In the popular Among modern compositions 1011 more than 1,214 miles of macmind. may bo mentioned, "Tho Shepherds adam and 407 miles of gravel roads Left Their Sheep." by Alfred Holllns. bavo been made In Quebec. Mr. Ilolllim Is blind, but this affliction has not prevented him from becoming "REDS" WIN IN ESTHONIA ono of 'tho finest organists and composers In, Hritntn. Several Villages Captured, According to Statement From Moscow Cav. Washington Irving In his famous airy In Daring Raid on Town. "Sketch Hook" Introduces us to most of the old Engl lib customs which havo Loiulon, England, Dec. 20. Severe from time Immemorial, attended the Christmas festival. Of his first night fighting In tho vicinity of Nnrvn, on tho Estlionlnn front, where tho at Uracebrldge Hall ho says: broko tliroilL'h wire tlffenspH "I hud scarcely got Into bed when 'a strain of music seemed to break and captured several villages, is reofficial statement Issued forth In the air Just below the win- ported In an government at Moscow. by tho soviet dow. I listened, and found It proHolshevlst cavalry also Is reported to ceeded from a band, which I concluda daring raid on Krem-en- n ed to bo tho wait? from some neigh- havo executed 83 miles southenst of Spasknln, boring village. Thpy went around tuklng numerous prisoners. On the houso ploying under the windows. Narva, boltslievist enstern I drew aside the curtains, to hear tlm December front occupied Uat eavnlrv IS Karuon them more distinctly. The moonIn lluswian iuskestnn, capturbeams fell through tho upper; part of enokusk, ing three Cossack regjuients. ' gentle Milk Gives It Rich Flavor Made with milk, there's a rich, creamy flavor about Crusader Milk Bread that makes it truly appetizing and relishing. !; u liht in crumb, the crust is baked to a crisp, slice toothsome, .nutritious and nutty brown--ever- y satisfying. ' Crusader MWi Bread LARGE AND SMALL LOAVES is uniformly good, day in nnd day out, the whole year 'round. Yount'childrenwoxstrongonCrusaderlVlilk.Bread, because tliey eat it with nvim and relish every bite to the last morsel. For sale by better grocers. Order a loaf today. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY r Page Six THE CITIZEN Decemhor 25, 1010 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investteator A AND MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FARMERS I SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNQ MEN money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science USINO UP CHRISTMAS LEFT-OVER- proportion to llio prices paid tor My s Again wo have come to tho eloso of another year, and aro now walcn- Iiik it fade away Into tho wcsL This has been a great year In many respects. On tho whole you have produced a good crop. The fruit and potato crops were a little light, but made up in a good corn crop. I rcalizo tho wet weather damaged the corn, wheat, and oats considcrabry. Yet with all tho bad luok that wo havo had, wc now have much to bo thankful for no war, no influenza, very little hog chol era and blackleg. For Ibis we are glad. I havo just mado a report on tho black leg and hog cholera. It is as follows: Cattle treated for black leg, 070; digestive and other troubles, 178, and 115 bead for lice. Hogs treated GREAT AGRICULTURIST for cholera, 072 single treatment; COMING! 480 doublo treatment; 75 digestive troubles; 150 for worms; 218 for Professor Floyd Bralllar, of Madi lico; 171 for mange. Thoro has been son, Tennessee, will honor Bcrca ks of cholonly two severe with a series of agricultural and era this year in Rockcastle and plant lectures during tho first week southern Madison, which resulted of January, beginning the 5th and in a loss of .$5,000. The loss of closing tho 10th. Professor Bralcattlo from black leg amounted to llar is probably tho greatest prac about $3,000. The gallic or hogs tical scientist In tho Agricultural saved by vacoinalion, etc., was bet- Meld in tho entire South. He is ter than 810,000. Cattle saved from man who is nblo to go into tho av- black leg better Mian $75,000. This i rage community and produco mar is quito a saving,' and wc aro very vellous results in growing plants of thankful, indeed, to science for dis- all kinds trees, shrubs, flowers, and covering a method whereby wo vegetables. Ho can tell you bow can save our hogs from cholera to care for your vineyards and proT and cattle from black leg. duco great crops of grapes. He can As Christmas approaches I nm retell you how to care for your orch minded, as you aro reminded, of my ard, to kocp it from dying, and pro boyhood days when I was so anxious duce great crops of apples. Ho is for Christmas Eve, so that I could one of the few expert seed testers bang up my slocking for "Santa" to In America. Farmers in the vicinfill during tho night. The next ity of Bcrca should not fail to at morning I was mado glad when I tend these lectures and conferences saw an applo and two sticks of pep- of Professor Bralliar. Tho father of permint candy inside. Onco In a any student wjio desires to come to great while a box of rinrpn flii first wcit In .T.mimrv lt added. My father did not believe got llie bencnt of thc30 lcclurC3 wU1 in uiu suuouug oi annfin nnfortninml w hn mtWiv toy pistols on Christmas. In spito Tllls word shou,d bo cd a, . of this, such things crept in onco nmnn nn!p)lhnra nm, VPrv in awhile. I am more especially onc w,10 is in(erC3lcd In any lino of reminded, as Christmas day draws agriculture, and especially in crop near, that a Saviour was born, and growing, should avail himself of tho lived, and died, that we might en- opportunity of getting acquainted joy many celebrations of His birth. with Professor Bralliar. For fur as Christmas Somehow time ther information plcaso writo to or comes around jt softens our hearts call Secretary M. E. Vaughn, or Pro toward family and friends. It is fM.pW .i nlrH f ih. something that we cannot explain, tura, Department. ' but yet. it is within us. Last week,! while making some visits with farAn "ndf.pen.able. mers, I discovered this sometbW some years ago, in a certain nag- existing in the hearts of tho farmers, iI hlpi , commander had occasion to us ik was uauiuucu uy many acia And fault with the admiral's cook, toward family and friends. and awarded blra three days of the I want to suggest that a Christmas punishment known at that period as tree is a good thing for all of us Ten A. The admiral beard of the affarmers to havo in Jiir homes. It fair, and sent for the commander on somehow binds tho family log'jllicr the quarterdeck. "What do you mean by It?" stormed the Incensed admiral. in a more friendly spirit, and when to understand that I can gt a wo havo once been separated from "Please hundred commanders tike you. but the past Christmas experiences and only one cook like him!" the Christmas tree in the family circle, our thoughts return, as mine aro returning today, back to the Watering House Plants. log cabin in Laurel County. Plants should be watered with a pray, not with a cup or a glass. When we go to buy Christmas presents, sugar, clothing, farm ma Those that can be moved should be chinery, and other necessary arti placed where the water will not damage- carpets or floors; those that cancles, wo realizo that prices aro high not such as large ferns or palms too high, in fact. But, my dear should have something fpread on the friends, I seo through an eyo of floor beneath them to catch the water faith tho future, and that not very as It drips. The water must be jar ahead, when tho farmers will sprayed from above so that all the be organized by Community, County, leaves receive It; this carries off the tato and Nation into Farm Bureaus. dust and Is the only natural way for This will bo tho day when wo will a plant to receive water. get prices for our raw products in out-breaflro-cracknru-uracii- dear Farmer Friends: manufactured products. The day has come when wo as farmers must stick together, because it Is through organized cfforls that big things arc! accomplished. Tho day Is coming when wo will have, something to say about the prico we nro to lake for our corn, wheal, hogs, cattle, poultry, etc, instead of lotting the other fellow sol tho prlco on our products which havo cost us drops of sweat and moro than an eight hour day labor to produce. Hero is to tho farmer. Itcmaln on tho farm with your hand upon tho plow and your brain upon and your cyo on tho other fellow. Yours for a greater day, A Merry Christmas and a Happy Now Yearl Jlobcrl F. Spence, County Agricultural Agent PEOPLE S Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNQ LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. , 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid, improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who. are not golBg It also gives thru College and deaire more general education. the best general education for those who wish a good start Id study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives cxcollcnt training for thoso who expect to teach. Tho courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho summer and fall and allond school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door This A Berea College the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard in all advanced subjects. Is courses Raise in Board is forced by twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the same money Temporary war conditions. For same In Berea, but the finds Itself now makes as we have in the past All students do some work with then-- hands from six to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding bal offlco, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: ACADEMY AND NORMAL Expenses for Boys Winter Term VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS COLLIOC Incidental Fco Room Board, six weeks AmL duo December 31, 1919 3 SCO t 0.00 7.20 1650 8 29.70 1050 $ 4050 S 0.00 I I I 7X0 7.20 10.50 750 10X0 30.70 ...... 1920'.. s Board six weeks, duo Feb. 4, 28.70 1650 r-- 1650 4750 750 15.00 n jjmHsMH Incidental Fee Room Total for Term 8 4550 Expenses for Girls 9 5.00 7.20 15.00 8 27.20 15.00 9 7.00 750 15.00 Board, six weeks Amt. duo December 31, 1919 Board, six weeks, duo Feb. 4, Total for Term 1920 .. t 2850 15.00 I 2950 15X0 4250 8 4350 8 4450 'This docs not include the fourdollars deposit nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms 81.00 more. Special Expenses In Addltioa to Incidental Fee Business String Winter Salt 911.00 812.00 $13.00 Stenography and Typewriting 11.00 12.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 550 0.00 050 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course for students in other departments: 855 9.00 9"5 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' 550 6X0 050 use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1.65 1.80 1.05 Arith. or Penmanship, each.. In no case will special Business Fees exceed 81.00 per week. After much entertaining or feasting almost ovcry housekeeper finds oik- her hands small amounts of many foods, somo of which must bo used at once. It takes groat caro to keep ht and fore- - and Ihcso bits of food from being wasted. It Is gafo to say that from this season of feasting each family will havo tho chance to wasto or savo from one to llvo dollarsW'Orth When n houseof "Just keeper has used perfectly good material and her own or. hired llmo to milk and cook. It seems a great pity to throw away n oup of left-ov- er soup, or ft plcco of good corn bread or biscuit given to tho chickens, when tho chickens would bo Just as happy over com meal nnd water, mixed in less than flvo minutes. Thero Is so much necessary waste that it should make us all tho moro ", careful lo guard our committing nothing to tho garbago that still tastes good and contains real food value. It has been said as an argument against IhoTTso mado of somo that somo recipes call for moro things tlifin tho "leftovers" nro worth, so that tho resulting dish is moro expensivo than tho cost of tho waslo of tho "left-overwould bo. Thero Is, when somo housekeepers aro nearsighted. It is not better lo use such a recipe, making nn appetizing dish for your family and saving the "left-oversince you would have to make somo dish to Lake its place, tho expense of which would probably bo as great or greater than tho expenso of the left-ov- er dish, and then throw the "left-over- s" away. This Chccso Loaf recipo is a good example. cost One cup grated chocso cents. about twcnly-flv- o Two cups bread crumbs cost about flvo cents. Ono nnd a half cups of swcot milk cost about four cents. Seasoning. Soak crumbs in milk, add cheese and seasoning. Put n a well greased pan and bako thirty minutes, until brown. Servo with a creamed vcgclablo or tomato sauce. Thn saving of tho crumbs may have been tho object, but of course (he chccso was llvo times as expensive, yet what bel'T meat suosU-tut- o will you And Ulan .cheese? How will you llnd a better way to make a small amout of chccso go a long way than by using left-ov- er bread crumbs Onc of the commonest ways of using loft-ov- er meats and vegetables is in hash. Hash is tho wrong word to use for such a dish, becauso tho very word means carelessness and hasto and lack of thought, and no dish requires more care, ingenuity and brains than tho attractive use Wo will use of these tho term "hash", however, since it has taken its placo in our minds and cook books to mean what it does. Note tho following recipo and call to mind the cups, half-cuof left-ov- er and lablcspoonfuts gravy, vegetables or meat you may havo thrown away. potatoes, cither Ono cup left-ov- er mashed, creamed, fried or plain boiled, cut into small dice. Ono-h-alf cup gravy, white sauco or liqcup uid from boiled rice. One-ha- lf cup tomatoes. One-ha- lf of left-ov- er after-thougleft-over- s." "loft-overs"left-overs" s" s", left-overs. ps of left over meat (beef or chicken, or pork, or rabbll, etc.). Ono cup of bread crumbs, lino nnd brown aro best (uso half cornbrcad crumbs and half biscuit crumbs if desired). Ono small onion cut line. Ono tough and "rusty" stalk of celery cut fine. Salt and pepper to taste. Mix logelher In tho order given, very thoughtfully. Turn Into a well greased pun and bako thirty minutes, or turn Into a grcasod skillet nnd fry until brown on tho under side, then turn and brown. , Now, perhnps, you had no tomatoes left over, but you did havo corn or peas or lieans, creamed onions, or creamed cabbage. Uso whatever vegetables you did havo loft over. For hash it Is well to plan on hnvlng potatoes In tho largest amount, but bread crumbs may help tho potatoes "out when it comes lo making "body" to the hash. Of all tho "left-over- s" that may bo successfully disguised in soups, tho following may give you a few suggestions: Rico water In tho placo of milk. Potnto water In tho place of one-ha- lf tho milk called for in the recipo you use. Celery loaves and lough stalks, (cooked in tho soup nnd strained out). All leftover vegetables, except, perhaps, cabbage and tho squash family. All chicken nnd beef bones (simmered half a day and the stalks used). Left over-graof any kind, leftover rice, macaroni or spaghetti, (cut fine). Small bits of cheese, put in any soup adds richness. Perhaps the most aggravating "left-overaro sweet ones, so wo have the following list lo help us out: Ono or two tablcspoonfuls Jam, mix with tho new can of Jam opened or put in cookies or enko in place of part of the raisins and molasses. Uso Jam In steamed brown bread or fruit pudding. Ono or two tablcspoonfuls Jelly, uso to decorate tho lop of some plain uninteresting looking pic, or put it in dots over the plnin cornstarch dessert you plan for dinner, or uso It as nn added flavor In making Jcllo or preserves in Uso left-ov- er the samo way you would uso Jelly. Uso left-ov- er stowed fruits, dried, fresh or canned, In tapioca dessert. In bread pudding, or, If you havo enough loft over, scallop tho fruit, using flno bread or cracker crumbs, a little lemon juice, sugar, and water In altcrnaln layers with tho fruit. Bako unlit nicely brown and servo with a vanilla sauco or with milk. cookies and cako Uso left-ov- er crumbs in tho following manner: Allow them to dry thoroughly nnd put through tho food choppor. (A "; mixluro of all kinds or cake is even heller than only onc kind). Use these crumbs In placo cf nuts over fruit salads. When having banana salad, roll tho in theso crumbs. Tho result' Is very pleasing. Uso theso crumbs to sprinklo over tho plainer desserts like cornstarch, plain gcllatin, rico and tapioca puddings. Left over cocoa may bo used in cornstarch. Loft over coffco in coffeo gcllatin with Uio cako crumbs sprinkled over tho top. ar - Moro saving suggestions will next week. Knd tho old year right by savingl Begin tho Now Year right by savingl vy s" gel-latin. "left-oversbn-naop-pe- . -- CINCINNATI MARKETS. I Hay and Grain. 4 Corn No. 2 white $1.5701.58, No. 2 yellow $1.5801.5O, No. 3 yellow $1.55 01.57, No. 2 mixed $1.573LW, No. 3 mixed $15531.57, white ear $1,570 1.50, yellow ear $1.5801.60. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $20.50 Q33.50, clover mixed $20.50033, clover If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in sohool the full year, by all mean? they should enter for a course dur ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the leacnera and advanced pupils should not be Idle through me long winter Dreaming of Cats. With the" exception of black ones, It months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can Is said that to dream of cats Is unbe gotten for least money. lucky. If the animals scratch, the Ustiioonial showing that they are ADDlIcaats most brias or sead dreamer must beware of a rival In love. To dream of chasing a cat mesas above IS years old. in oood health and eJ good character. This may be disappointment over something. signed by some former Berea student is good standing or some reliable, teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the secretary, COMMISSIONER'S SALE That shot from tho moon in silver Down where spray sits Liko an clllsli old Buggledyboo. And knits and croons and croons and knits Ho jumped astrido of a fleecy moons in his palaco of pearl. Willopus-Wallopus $33037. Oats No. 2 white 88H08O, No. 3 white 87V&08Sc, No. 2 mixed 81085c, No. 8 mixed 85080c. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Nutter Whole milk creamery extras 72c, Ursts 07c, seconds CCc, fancy dairy CCc. Eggs Kxtru firsts 74c, firsts 72c, "ordinary firsts Olc. Live Poultry Fowls, 5 lbs and over 27c, .'.'"afi 4 lbs 22c. roosters 17c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 35c, young turkeys, 8Jbs and over 47c. young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 45c. Live Stock. $10.50015.50, Shippers Cattle butcher steers, extra $12013, good to to fair choice $10.50012. common $050010; heifers, extra $1'J013, good common to fulr $00 to choice $10012, 0.50; cows, extra $10010.50, good to choice $7X000.50, Blockers aud feeder $0.50012. Calves Extra $18018.50. fair to good $12018, commou und large $00 11. $14, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. high slate of cultivation; splendid sand stone land; raises fine hemp cr tobacco, and oa said premises thero is a good dwelling and two splendid tobacco bams that will house twenty acres of tobacco. Thero Is very little of such land on the market in this oounty. And tho Judgment in this caso is hero referred to for a moro particular description of this land and part THE BUGGLEDYBOO A B. P. Hoskins, Admx. Plaintiff ( heavy shippers Hogs Selected good to choice packers and $14. medium $14, common to butchers choice heavy fat sows $9012.25, light shippers $14, pigs b'oulhcrn National Bank & Co. De-fondants. Pursuant of Judgment and order of on tho South sajo entered In tho above styled action, by tho Madison Circuit Court at its Ootobor Term, 1010, tho undersigned Commissioner will expose to publio sa'o to tho highest and bost bidder, at the hour of 10:30, on Saturday, December 27, 1010, at the Courthouso door in Richmond, Ky., tho following described properly: A tract or parcel of land in Madison County, Kentucky, on the waters of Jacks Creek and described as follows: Bounded on the North by the lands of T. II. Collins, on the East by tho lands of John Crawford, on tho South by the lands of Pryse Gumm and on tho Wost by tho lands of George Perkins and Jacks Crook, and containing 110.48 aorea. The above described land Is In a vs. Nursery Rhyme John F. Smith Buigledy-bo- o Tho higgledy, pigglcdy Went out ono night, went out one night dow, To skip and skim on a.sc-a'o- f To float in a boat on a lako'ho know, A lake that was foamy nnd foggy and white, thereof. Terms: Said land will be sold on With clouds for shoros and stars for light, a credit of nine, sixteen and twenty- four months, the purchaser being re Oh, ho danced and skipped and quired to oxecuto sale bonds paya- skimmed all night b'o to tho Commissioner with ap- Like a silly old Buggledyboo. proved security and boarlng 6 percent interest from day of sale unUp and up to tho moon on high til paid, with a lien retained on the Ho flow away, lig flew away, land until said bonds and interest Up to a star with a twinkling oye aro fully paid. That winked and blinked in the mystio sky It. B. TEWIILL Master Commissioner. Circuit Court. Madlsoa Up oyor a mysty, twisty bay. Then down ho slid on a silvery ray And cloud, Thero in tho kingdom of Lullaby-lo- o, A fleecy cloud with a lleecy tail; Ho kicked and clucked and whoopWhere green is yellow, and red is ed atoud, blue, Wrapped in a llcry elfin shroud boils and tires aro clapped liko a tat- Whero Ico water That flapped and cold. tered sail. Smiles aro of silver and tears of Over the seas liko a whisking gale, gold, Ho swooped and whooped till tho Where babes havo whiskers, and stars grow pale grandfathers coo Liko a boisterous Buggledyboo. Camo tho sleepy old Buggledyboo. As soon as tho moon was low In J.ho wost, Thero in his cavern far down in And stars wcro hiding and gliding tho deep, away, but never asleep, Forever And out of tho cast tho smilo of day Winking at walrus and blinking at Caroo waking the earth from dreamy whales, rest, Swallowing Jollyflsh wrecked by tho Down ho loaped with a whirring gales, sound, Ho waits till tho moon climbs up In Down to a cavo by a dreamy lnkc, tho sky, Wobbled Bnd bobblod nnd hobbled , Tjn cjoud8 aro flcooy and fog oliffi nrounu, hlgh( Scattered his shrowd all over tho Thnn ., of hU cavern this churlr ground old elf, And callod for his steeds lo awake. Comes creoping and peeking and slooking hlmsolf, Into his carl jumped tho giddy old Leaps on his cart, ond whirling churl, about Down through tho water ho plunged Wakes his steeds with a gurgling In a whirl, shout, Down whero corals and blindflsti Then whisks away for a hullabaloo sleep, Whore seamaids chatter and elf In tho mystio land of tho lights creep, 1010 TUB CITIZEN Pago Seven mriOVEB UNirOBH intcbnational SUNDAYSCIIOOL Ul Utttfc Iain? of Mtti)hlm m w a t9i rm rjwwan , The Place and Power of Prayer By REV. HOWARD W. POPE Mood Dible loitltott. Chicago BIG PACKERS TD Illtil Institute of Chicago) (Copyrlthl Hit. Wntrn Nwippr Union) Ttachtr UKV. Lessor II, ! KITZWATKIl. of EmlUh Itlbla In Iti , .,,!......,,-- . i, munuay MB". iii.miHMMaWiHliiailWMi . , Mm ... DROPSIDE LIMES Full l. U. Mood? Terms of Dissolution Agree ment Are Given Out. LESSON FOR JANUARY 4 PETER PrfEACHES AT PENTECOST upon tli nam Acta : 21. TEXT. Lord, teach us to pray. Luke Ilil. aoi.DKN I.KSHON TEXT TKXT-Vho- o-r Act i 1:1-4- 1 of the Lord aliall be hall call iaJ. J.2I-JADDITIONAL MATKHIAL-Jo-el John l ? It. Acta !:!:. I'lllMAUY TOPIC-I'e- tcr telling about Jt'ut. SURRENDER TO GOVERNMENT Prayer mny be defined ns nn Instinct which God has Implanted In tho hu man honrt by Aaree to Sell Only Meat and and Give Up, Yards, Rail, means of wlilch road i, Terminate, Newspapers ho retains comand Branch Houses. munication with men nnd supplies their needs nnd nt tho same time carries out his graBrent nnd cious purposes. Though win hn biased man's debased his nffcctlons nnd perverted his will, It has not deren-so- JtlNIOIt TOIMC-T- lia Mory of Pent-co- it Washington. Dec. 10. Attorney Gen- AND BKNIOIt TOl. IC-- Thr Thouaand Won In a Day. YOUKO I'KOPl.E'U AND ADULT TOPIC Tin Permanent Meaning of 1NTKK.MKDIATK eral Palmer niiimtinced Hint the live big packers their mnln subsidiaries, principal stockholders nml mnnngcrs had Ktirremlvred to tho government's , Day of Pentecoit Fully (vv. 1. SlKiilflcnnco or the tiny. Pente-co- t means "llfty." It was Hie feast held fifty days nftcr the f oTerlng (Lev. 2:1:10). Tliu wnvo shenf typified tlio resurrection of Christ (I Cor. 15:20-23On this tiny 2. The Klft (vy. lj. the Holy Spirit enme upon the disciples In a now wny, nml from Hint time forward lie hns worked on n new bnsls, liming thu crucified, risen nml narnlcil Christ to present to 'he world. 3. Upon whom the Spirit enmc (t. life twelve nntl other. 1, cf. I :lIMfi) Iwitb meti nml women to the uiimhcr of one hundred nml twenty, showing Hint the sift of the Holy Spirit was for nil It wni for thin "promise believer. of Him Kiither" thnt the disciple were to Inrr)' nt Jcrutnlt'in (I.uke 21 AO). , 4. Tim mark of the Spirit (vv. The sound of a mistily wind (v. .'). This Is suggestive of the mysterious, nnd powerful energy of llnme of the Spirit. Tongue (v. 3). Tongues show the prnctkul purpose of the Spirit's gift nnd the Ore ImlHiileii hi" purifying energy burning up the tiros, tonkins effective wllnesalnp for Chrlnt. (p) Hpenklng In foreign tongues (r. 4). This wni n temporary endowment for thin special purpose. (1) The 5. The effects (vv. multitude were II led with amazement nnd wonder, for these common men were transformed Into men of power nnd Influence. (2) Some mocked and foolishly accued the disciples of be-- I UK Intoxicated. II. Piter's Sermon (vv. Jlls nnnlysls Is perfect. He begins with n brief defense and scriptural explanation of the phenomena of tongue (vv. nnd by a thrce-- n . i. ..... . i i. . 1. t of Jesus (vv. (1) 1. The Introduction (vv. Defence of the disciples against Hie charge of being drunk (v. 15). This he does by citing Jewish customs, showing that they would not be drunk at such an early hour of the day. (2) He shows A scriptural explnnntton. thnt It wns a part In I fulfillment of thnt cf. which Joel predicted (vv. would come to pass Joel 2:28-32- ) the Messlimlc Judgment, namely, an outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the Milvatlon of oil who can upon the name of the Lord. It Is 2. The argument (vv. threefold: (1) Prom Christ's works (v. 22), He was npproved of (1ml among the Jews by his miracles, wonders nnd signs which Rod did by liliu In their midst, with which they were (2) From his resurrection farulllnr. (vv. 23 32). The Old Testament scriptures had foretold the death and resurrection of Christ (Psalms 10:8-10T1i disciples were living witnesses of Christ's resurrection, for they hnd seen nnd talked with him, nnd handled htm since his resurrection (v. 32). (3) From his ascension to be at the right hand of God (v, 82). The prodf that he had ascended on high was the wonderful miracle of the Spirit's operation In their midst: for' he had snld that upon his nscenslon Into heaven he would send forth the Spirit. The conclusion Is Hint Jesus of Nnzureth Is both Lord and Christ, the one of whom Joel prophesied (v. 30), and that the Jews are guilty of an awful crime In crucifying him. 4. The effect of the sermon (vv. Many people were convicted of their sins, some 3,000 of whom re-tiented and were baptized. The dally life of these believers wns a proof of the Spirit's gift. The evidence that the coming of the Spirit wns real Is that (1) they continued steadfastly In the apostolic teaching (v. 42), thnt Is, they were learning about Jesus Christ, being taught by the apostles Instead of the scribes; they turned away from their blind guides and followed new ones. (2) They continued In fellowship with the npostles (v, 42). This fellowship was In the spirit, around Christ ns the head; tho olio body being Illustrated by the one loaf. (3) They continued In prayer (v. 42). I. The Com wnve-shen- ). 2-- In some form. stroyed the for prayer Never hns n nn- Hon existed so low nnd degraded thnt It did not worship the Supreme Being ..,m.uwL- wmvnnni (D w rrr , r,tf wv .jr jf 'mm 2-- ?Hljcn smtn llic stars toactlicr t ii.. uje pun n inomrn . im$ ngo, Hljc iiitlc Qnbt of Jlctljlcljan Icpt in n liinitgcr lo&i. nittgo of mtirinb nu3cls s&iept Ijc Ircntliltitg uttsls of titont, )J0lni ic faljo Gins prince of iljcm pit Jlctljlclcm &ins bont. little Qnbc of ciljlcli.cm, sec Iec slceptit3 ilerc, Ipttc eyes as beep as summer slues; ftllm, brow so uilptc aub fair; jAgatn 31 sec ttt wouber Imcrl tEIjc slcplerbs of i!c folb, Ijc ifflnQt witJi iljcir gifts of myrrlf Ab franltinceusc attb olb. f3I f3l I A Itht3, nub yet ta btnbrm Jljiou Jjts lirotu ta rest; $lz lab no ptllo&i for Jjts Irab Jul Jlta o&m ntotljcr's brenst; Jjia pnlncc funs a stable, 3arc of lumjlit or palabht, ?U!cit HIrtst tljc Jlatb of fnraGeu (Came to free the (borlb of biil jts cges fiicrc soft aa summer slttes, Iirofu as ftiljitc as sitofu, iVub routtb Jlta Ijcab a IaIo sl0ttc Itlte smtlfljt's golbett tjlofu. moiljcr (iHarg, s in awe !cr Ijnnbs carcsscb tEljy ImUowcb Ijcab of glory see UIcrc it latb upon Icr iircasi; Ijear iljc croottut3 lullaby tEljat slc sa softly sings, 4 nijilc Ijy bear arm is ronnb Ijcr ttcclt, Uljcrc icubcrlg it clings. fls Instinct Mutt Be Trained, Prayer Is nn Instinct, but It requires proper training or It may lend to disastrous consequences ns tt leads the Hindu" woman to throw her child Into the Ganges to nppease the wrath of the gods. The llrat lesson In prayer which our Savior gave to his disciples Is preserved In Mathew 7:7. "Ask, nnd ye shall receive; seek nnd yo shnll find; Knock nnd It shall be opened unto you." Here the Lord tenches us that It Is our privilege to nk things of God. He does not promise us that we will receive what we ask for, but he encourages us to ask and to mnke that the hublt of our lives. Our attitude should be thnt of n child, who might say, "I do not nlwnys obtnln what I nsk my fnther for, but I alwnys get something, nnd he gives me good things." So It Is with the soul who turns to God In extremity or gratitude; It Is sure to receive some benefit. Perhaps It will be the benefit of acquaintance with God, or perhaps we wjl see nnr rm-- hirts more, trulgjn the llgfit oF his countenance, and thus realize our own sinfulness and selfishness. Not a Substitute for Work. Our Savior further tenches us that prayer Is never to be regarded ns a substitute for work, but rather as a Supplement to our normal activities. It a child nsks his mother to pick up his playthings a wise parent will re fuse. What the child can do, he must do; but what the child needs to have done and cannot accomplish himself, that the mother will gladly do. In John 15:7 our Savior gives us a lesson In prevailing prayer, by which I mean prayer which prevails with God and secures the very thing for which It nsks. There Christ says: "If ye abide in me, and my words abide In you, ye shall ask what ye will and it shall be done unto you." This prom ises that if we fulfill certain condi tions God will give us our desire. Appeal Seta Even Law Aside. The placo of prayer may be Illustrated by an appeal which Senator George Hoar of Massachusetts carried to Theodore Roosevelt when the bitter was president of the United States. An Armenian who lived In the senator's home city had earned enough money to send to his native country for his wife and two children. When they arrived at New York It was discovered that the children had an incurable disease of the eyes which, un- 14-1- "). ar were tH!y Jia feet to waubcr tUa scclt ilic cruel ircc, ). J8ut, tUljC Jrom cruel Ijarm lamb of (Sab iljat nesiieb tptrn Qlia mother's arm. Jc lay mi outcast, ipbbcn JVub Ijarslj lljc Jjaubs tljat watfeb JDillf iljctr crofctt of tljorus for lut IIjou Ijabst tlat one lappy Ijour Df peace anb joy aub rest, jtflljm tilljy Ijcab fcas lain tit pctljlerjem Ipon tEIjy motlfcr's brcast. John S. M'Groarly. 10-2- be-fo- Christmas Joy m Wm US5ANNK1 Z HI "I won't do It 1" Suzanne said very promptly. Hut you don't know what 'It 1 ricasol" -. haven't known you Intimately from the ago "of five years and seven months without learning tho Implications of your voice. I repeat It: I will not do . V.J VVJvVllUt 'Granted. Hut I Nancy's pretty eyes darkened. "Oh. Suzanne dear, If )ou knew how much I want It You Just couldn't refuse mo You couldn't! It would mako me hap pier than anything I could think of." "I suppose I can let you tell me," said Suzanne relenting, "although I worn you that I know you're Just 'getting round me' and I'd bo much lser 1 1 Itl" ). A Prayer. Almighty and living Hod, wo beseech tlieu to look with love and mercy on us. Keep us In thy faith uud fear. Give us grace to resist the devil, and to renounce all his works und temptaOuard us from tho lusts and tions. sins of the flesh. Shield us from tho corruptlou of the world. Make us diligent nnd fultliful In our appointed work. Keep us patient, under trial. In anxiety and worry, help us to find trust and pence In thee. All of which we ask through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, Amen. to hold to my original position." "Nancy s face flashed Into radiance. Nancy, happy, was nlwnys Irresistible. You will bo good nnd sweet and big and generous nnd let me have my wny I Oh, I knew you would It's nbout Christmas, Suznnne. You see, while o your father has been piling up a my dear dad has been having hard times, and we nre all having to bo very careful. It Isn't anything dreadful, you know, bo long ns wo have one another and tho homo; but thero Isn't much margin for extras. Bo I can give only a tiny little gift It cost mo exactly 40 cents In money and please, pleaso, please, Suzanne, bo good and do tho samo to mo I You know It's you I love; not tho lovely gifts you shower upon me. Christmas Isn't money; It's loving." Suzanno put her hands on Nancy's shoulders nnd looked down Into tho pleading eyes. "I can uso your argument, too," sho answered. "If Christinas Is loving, not gifts nnd you know I agree with all ray heart then why nro you making It a thing of even exchango In dollars and ccntsT Are you doing It for my 1 for-tun- me that the only Joy I can get from tt Is to use tt to grant the little wishes that those I love hnve wished, or for things that I know they'd love even It they haven't actually wished them. Would you rob me of that, dear? Is It fair when It's Christmas? If you happened to hnve the money Instead of me, would you want to have the one Joy of It taken from you?" For a long, long moment Nancy was silent. Then she looked up with a bright smile. "I surrender, Suzanne," she said. It was aa exquisite gift that shone up at her from the little white box Christmas morning a pink tourmaline pendant set with peai-ts-. Beneath wus Suzanne's card : "I bought It long ago because It looked so like you, Nancy dear. But It Is you who nre giving me the real gift the Joy of sending you this." Nancy lifted It to the light. It was the loveliest thing sho had ever hod, but the heart of the Joy was thnt It) meant Joy to Suznnne, too. Youth's' I Companion. 3V Christmas Blessing By Rev. Dr. Howard Duffitld 'Merry Old St. Nick cake?" "N-no,- " Nancy faltered. "Only" "You know the money la nothing to Remember this Christmas day that love In the- sed Life which began In Bethlehem Is the Imaga and the brightness of the Eternal Lov the strongest thing world, and that the blesIs Out of everything you get exactly as you put It Into It. If you feel that Christmas has degenerated Into a mere commercial barter of gifts, seek the cause In your own self. shown at Midnight come to the hearts that are shadowed and the homes that are dark. May the Blessing of the Song of the Angels come to the multitudes who strive and bleed upon fields of battle, and to all who wage the hard warfare of life. May the Blessing of the Good Word to the Shepherds come to everyone who is humbly and honestly laboring to do a share of their world's work. May the Blessing of Cradle the Manger innumercome to that able company against whom the doors of hope and peace and rest are shut. May the blessing of the Holy Child come to every one who has forgotten that Thou, O God, art his Father, and that all men are brothers. May the Blessing of the Guiding Star come to those who wander in the night and cannot And the homeward way. May the Blessing of the Stable come upon all hearts, wakening a kindly sense of kindred with every living thing that walks the field and forest, or wmgs the air, or passes along the paths of the seas. . the MAY the Light that reference to their business, practices. Hut, greater than all. It establishes the principle that no group of men, no matter how powerful, enn ever attempt to control the food table of the American people, or nny one of the necessities or component parts of it. "The department of Justice, having In mind the necessities and Interests of the whole American people In this critical reconstruction period, feels Hint by Insisting upon this surrender nji the pnrt of the packing business It hns accomplished more for the' American people thnn could hnve been hoped for ns n result of n legal bnttle." Under the decree, the defendants of whom there nre SC, nre compelled : of the 1. To sell under supervision United Stntes district court, preferably to the live stock producers and the public, nil of their holdings In public stock ynrds. 2. To sell, under the snme 'supervision, and In like mnnner, all their Inrailroads and terterests In stock-yard junction decree, to which the pnekers have contented, their nctlvltles aro to be confined to meat nnd eggs, butter, poultry, cheese nnd milk. Itefrlgcrntlon Is to lie limited to tho enrs necessary for carrying their output. Hy the decree, wlilch Is to hp secured by the attorney general within tho near future, the pnekers nre to be required to sell their holdings In public rnllrnnds nnd stork yards, stock-ynrterminals, to disassociate themselves with the retnll ment business, nnd with nil "unrelated lines." This Is to be done within two years. This solution of the packers' Inception with an which bad-It- s Investigation by the federal trade commission and with the placing of the Information In the hnnds of the attorney general, will render unnecessary the filing of suits ngnlnst the packers, which were in the hnnds of the Chicago grand Jury when Its early fall session wns adjourned. No Live Stock Control. "In general." snys the department of Justice statement, "this decree prevents the defendants from exercising nny further control over the mnrketlng of live stock. It forever prevents thcra from nny control over the retailing of It eliminates them meat products. from the field of ment substitutes with the exception of eggs, butter, poultry nnd cheese, which nre left for future consideration nnd appropriate action; nnd therefore, the price of ment Is within the control of the people themselves. "It plnces the conduct of these great aggregations of capital Immediately under tho eye of a federal court with d d iltu-utln- ii, rnntenilnns ngnlnst the monopolletlc growth of the packing Industry nnd Its control of unrelated Industries. Hy the entry of n permanent In- der the laws of the United States, made them Ineligible to land In this country. The Armenian engaged a lawyer, who went from one Immigration officer to another seeking permission for the afaicted children to land. Meeting failure on every hand, the lawyer enlisted Senator Hoar's lnflu- scft. The senator came to New lorfc. but found the Immigration officials im movable. He then wired the facts in the case to President Roosevelt, and coBctuded his telegram by saying: "It this is the law, then the law ought to be changed, and you are the man to tart the revolution." Twenty minutes fatter the officials In New York were directed to allow tho children to land. What the parents, the lawyer and Senator Hoar could not do, President Roosewtt eoald and did do Even so, what we cannot do for ourselves and what our friends cannot do for us, Jesus Christ can and will do. He la the one to whom we are bidden to come at all tunes tor all things that pertain to oar own, or our friend welfare Ttw Savior woo sits upon the throne of the universe and who has the ear of tb father, is ablo to do all things tw as. . PLOW WHEAT STUBBLE DEEP Weed Seeds Are Burled and Most of Them Destroyed Files Cannot Crawl to Surface. As soon after harvest as possible all wheat stubble should bo plowed deep. This buries tho weed seeds which are In tho stubble and most of them are destroyed. The small, dellcuto Hies cannot cruwl to tho surface when they are burled under tuoro than Ovo or six Inches of compact and pulverized soli. The plow should therefore be followed with a harrow, drag or disk, says the University of Missouri College of Agriculture. mfttttittttttrrr practices. The decreo further provides that Jurisdiction Is perpetually retained by the court for the purposo of taking "such uctlon, or nddlug at the foot of the decreo such other relief, if any, as mny become necessary or appropriate for the carrying out and enforcement of the decree, or for the purposo of entertaining at any time hereafter any application which tho parties may make with respect to the decree." minals. fc :i. To sell nil their Interests In market newspapers. 4. To dispose of all their' Interests In public cold storage wnrehouses, except ns necessary for their own meat products. 5. To forever disassociate themselves with the retail meat business. (L To forever disassociate themselves with all "unrelated lines," Including wholesale groceries; fresh, ennned, dried or salt fish; fresh, dried, s, evnpornted or ennned fruits; sirups, soda wnter fountnln supplies, etc.; molnsses, honey, Jams, Jellies nnd preserves; spices, sauces, relishes, etc.; coffee, ten, chocolate, cocoa, nuts, flour, sugar, rice nnd cereals (with nn exception to bo noted), bread, wnfers, crackers, biscuit, spaghetti, vermicelli, macaroni, clgnrs. china, furniture, etc. Abandon Branch Houses. 7.,To nbiitidon forever tho use of their brunch houses, route enrs nnd autotrucks, comprising their distribution system, for nny other than their own meat nnd dulry products. 8. To submit perpetually to the Jurisdiction of tho United States district court under an Injunction forbidding all the defendants from directly or Indirectly maintaining any combination or conspiracy with each other or any other person or persons or monopolizing, or attempting to monopolize, nny food product In tho United States or Indulging In any unfulr and unlawful confec-Honnrle- Pago Eight TAB CITIZEN Dfl'cmbor 26, 1010 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Elsfc No forrMpondenc BERLIN EATING PLAGES Government Shuts Restaurants Where Food Is Served. IS A DEMONSTRATION STRIKE Move It Directed Against Order Regu. lating Purehae, Under Heavy Pen. alty, of Foodstuffs From KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from pago ono) IjiHronrelitirff. while- mrnss the trestle Mnlvln Itnlm uroiinil, li rm knee. wntktiur ill ShIToII distillery, slipped mill Ml to the his lc below the pubtUhfd unl lBnd In All by the writer. The nm n Tldnc o( rood faith. Writ pUlnljr. It not for publication, but JACKSON COUNTY Bond Woo numerous Bond, Dor. 20. We have been having sonio winter the past weok. Most everybody is tlonc gallioring corn and reports a good yield. All minds are now centered on Christmas. The Pigeon Iloost school is making preparations for an entertainment and Christmas tree the 21th. Mrs. G. A. Sottlo has been very sick with rheumatism, while quite a number of people havo beon sick with colds. John York re turned home Wednesday from Cleve land, Ohio, whero he had been called to sec his'son, Jesse, who was seriously hurt while at work there. , Thoj'lgcon lloost school won ilrst prize of 815. and Green High School second prizo of $10 in the 6ommu- nity and homo improvement con Wallacoton test in Educational Division Ko.fi. Wallacelon, Dec. 22. Sherman 11. C. Baldwin nnd Jerry lork made a business trip to McKco, Thursday. Kidd, who is working in Dayton, Bob Robinson and family have Ohio, came home Saturday to spend Christmas mornl 'Tis Christmas morn! moved to their new home purchased Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Har Ol hear the silv'ry bcllsl from C. A. Settle. Tom Gabbard rison, of Berea, were visiting Mrs. (How sofdy rare upon the air has moved to J. II. Pennington's Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Their mellow chiming swelltl place, vacated by Kate Castccl. A Jcsso Parks, yesterday. Hardin Kidd Behold the skies whose million eyes was very sick last week with la- scries of meetings at the Friendship Through silent spaces peer, Baptist Church has been conducted grippe. Misses Graco and Dora Like brilliant gems, fair diadems. by Rev. F. M. Jones. Tho meetings Gentry and Clara Bowlin were visit High set in vesper sphere. were much enjoyed and several ad ing Mrs. Jas. Wallaco Monday of ditions were made to the church last week. Denny Anslin has sold out anl is preparing to move lo LET us be merry and happy and gay. Indiana this week. Wo regret to OARRARD COOWTT And welcome the Prince with a sweet virelay; give up Mr.'Anglin's folks, oven if White Lick We'll garner the holly and ever be jolly. While Lick, Dec. 22. Mrs. Eljza out and is preparing to move to For blessed is He Who is coming today. Creech and sons, Joncic and Ira, Jennings aro moving. in. Mr. and The bells we'll ring, to bliss we'll cling. from Evarls, visited J. B. Creech Mrs. Joe Goodrich haved moved from Our myrrh well bring to greet the King, For blessed is He Who is coming today; last week. Mrs. Boyd Williams, of Eminence, Henry County, to Paint Black Mountain, Ky, is hero visit Lick. Miss Maudo Kidd, of Conway, Cheerily chant Him a sweet roundelay, ing her parents and other relatives. is visiting her parents here, last Merrily, merrily, merrilyl James Roberts and daughter,! week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harrison Thclma, left yesterday for a visit I wero visiting their grandparents Christmas mornl yesterday. Claud Kidd, who owns a with relatives in North Carolina. TIT IS Christmas mornl Tisflyl How swift the hours Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech are. store at Conway, is with home, folks He reports business And winged-flee- t on magic feet moving this week to their farm at presenl. They vanish like a sigh; Mrs. Joe Goodrich near Flat Woods. Kcnzic Creech, progressing. o'er Orient rim Now dreamy-diwith home folks from Berea College, is at home to spent d eyes of morn The spend Christmas with his grand- in Wallacoton. Thcro is to be Shedloving light on drowsy night parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison some moving in Wallacelon soon. Ere yet the day is born. Creech. H. D. Creech and John Pal Ballard, Jr, is to movo in the Now gleams the star whose beams afar Wells spent Thursday evening at houso now occupied by the Gentry ' Weave Heaven's silver hem. J. B. Creech'sr-- Mr. and Mrs. Willie heirs, and Arthur Kidd is to movo how seraph-purHow Rhodus visited his parents Saturday in tho property now occupied by Bright Star of Beihleheml night and Sunday. Misses Sophronia R. W. Elkin. R. W. Elkin and tho Hounshcll and Luna Anglin and Gentry heirs are planning lo move Lawrenco Creecn visited Mr. and to tho Tom Todd property now ' HEN let us be peaceful and joyous and gay. Mrs. Calloway IfQiir.shell last Sun- owned by the widow Todd. Wo And welcome the Prince with a sweet virelay; day weok Mrs. Ju'ia Weddlo a id wish wo could keep them all in We'll garner the holly and ever be jolly. son, Will spent Sunday with .Mr. Wallaotfon. "Uncle" Jim Baker fell For blessed is He Who is coming today. and Mrs. Arthur Matlock. Mr. and last week while out feeding and alThe bells we'll ring to prayer we'll ding. Mrs; W. P. Wells and son, John, aro most broke a rib. Miss Anna WalOur incense bring to praise the King, visiting .Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Creech laco comes homo Tuesday of this For blessed is He Who is coming today; week for her Christmas vacation. this week. Soulfully sing Him & sweet roundelay. Despilo the rather cold weather Merrily, merrily, merrilyl both Sunday-schoo- ls remain alive Paint Lick Clan GitalJ Ftnttty Millard and have good attendance School Paint Lick, Dec. 22. HE" Smith, of Berea, is visiting relatives at Wallacelon has been dismissed on White Lick. U. S. Moyers, who until March. has been very ill, is some belter at Kingston this writing. Miss Fannio Dowden Kingston, Dec. 22. Virgie Hamilis with her mother, Mrs. T. J. ton and wife, of St. Louis, Mo, Thompson, during tho holidays. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Nat Hunt, who has been in Illinois visited at his brother's, A. H. Ham- Winter has come on us in earnest; Boone for a year, is back again. Ho is ilton, the past week. Married, last this is the coldest December we Boono, Deo. 23. We aro having with J. D. Wynn. Logan West, of week, Miss Jessie Young to Mr. have had in sovcral winters it seems. Andy Crow, of Estill county, came very pretty weather for the time Berea College, is at homo during tho Long, of Whites Station. Luther Christmas vacation. T. Kirk sold Hamilton has gone lo Owsley county over to this place last week and of the year. Walter Wren and famhis storo to E. Eslridgdu Professor to buy a bunch of cattle Quito a did a big lot of horse shoeing, as it ily moved to their now homo ono day last week, near this place and Mrs. Long expect to get Into crowd attended tho sale at Mack was badly needed at this lime. their now homo by the first of Jan- Lanes, Saturday. Ho has sold his Laura Malherly is on the sick list Lonzo Shoemaker and .sister, Ethel, uary. Mrs. C. B. Wynn has been farm and expects to make his home at this lime. Wo have all got thru havo returned to thqir homo in enjoying a visit from Mr, and Mrs. in Lexington. Aylcen Mainous, who with the measles hero; just ono Fincastlc, Ky, after it few days' Jasper Osborne (neo Miss Elsie How- has been in school at Berea, is homo death in all tho cases, Edmond visit with relatives at this place. Cor-no- lt for tho holidays. Mrs. Mary Hill Is Brookshiro bought several loads of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mobley aro visitard) of Harlan county-r-Tolb- y purchased tho Terry farm on on tho sick list. Mr. and Miss A. H. corn from Brico S'tidham for $7.00 ing her mother, Mrs. Charlio Drow, lho Wallacctown piko and will Hamilton and Ray Mainous motored per barrel. Feed for stock is tills weok. Jim Bcldon, of Richscarcer here than wo have over seen mond, was visiting homo folks ono to Paint Lick Sunday afternoon. move there tho first of tho year. Tho school closed hero Friday for Widow Murry has moved back to in a long time. Most everybody day last week. Olllo Lamb is hero Is fixing up for a big limo very sick at this writing, Littlo her farm at this place. a two weeks' vacation. Christmas, Miss Florenco Kerr is Homer Lambert, who has been very very poorly. Wo wish Tho Citizen sick with whooping cough, is ablo CLARK?! MADISON COUNTY x COUNTY ; folks and its readers a Merry Christ- to be out again. Tho graded school Panola Log Lick al Fairview closed last Friday. Wo Panola, Dec. 22. Had tho atmosLog Lick, Dec. 21 Born 'to the mas and a prosperous Now Year. all aro vary sorry of it, as wo havo pheric conditions noted for tho last wife of Harlan S,nowden, a girl, had such a good school this year. two. days, occurred on tho 10th and December It, which they named CLAY COUNTY Wo halo to give up our leaohcrs. 17th, many of tho credulous would Virginia D, Lnst Sunday the little Vine havo thought, that we, suro enough, son of Tack Wills got kicked by a had a collision in tho celestial re- horso and had several teeth knocked Vino, Deo. 20. Wo aro having OWSLEY COUNTY gions, and it was now having its out and cut and bruised him pretty lots of rain with a littlo cool Scoville' effects on the weather. Tho school badly, but up to this time ho is get weather, Harvo Hurloy, Stcvo St. Scoville, Dec. 18. Miss Edna olosed at Locust Bitinch and at ting nlong very well Tho school John, and Lovi Ponnlngton, ,Jr, took Judd is attending school at Dcally-vlll- o. Knob Lick on llio 19th, with exhi- at this place has closed for tho win-t- or their tobacco to Richmond last week. Miss Ethel MoPlierson is bitions. There was a Christmas and will bo finished next Thoy sold out and returned home, staying with Mrs. Elizabeth Scovillo trco at tho former and at tho latter spring. Aunt Paulina Bruner died Tuesday. Isaao Pennington has at licattyvillc. Miss Isabcllo Mainnumerous gifts wero presented. One Tuosday last of cerebral apoploxy bought tho Win. Pennington farm ous of Vincent is visiting nt tho was given to Robert Chrisman for imii was nuncu mo toiiowing nay for $2,000. Tho latter has bought homo of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Wilbeing best boy; ono to Ada Thomas at West Bond Cemetery. She leave! tho Colonel Ward farm for $3,000 liams. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hao-k- cr for being best girl, besidos others a Husband and a host of relatives. Jimmio Sizemoro and son, Taylor, of returned from Kings Mill, SatLeslie county, visited relatives at urday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Itow-lathis placo tho past week. Mrs. nice, havo recently moved to their who has been sick, is about: woll now homo. Wllllo Judd has again. J. L. Pennington and family from Madison county, have moved back to thoir homo neur whero ho has been working for Malcom. Church at this placo is M. B. Flanory. changed from tb ilrst to the third Sunday of each month. Mrs. Alico Furniture Polish. Bowman and daughter, Lilllo, aro Returns to its before-thewa- r This ts a polish used by a cabinet planning to spond tho winter with f relatives at London. II. H. Illco maker who learned the trade: high standard of quality oil, three tnblespoon-ful- s niado a business trip to Soxtons pint row Unseed two tublespoonfuli alturpentine, Creek, Wednesday. Blevo Alien has cohol, three tablespoonful vinegar. gouo to Richmond to tho doctor. Ho Shake well before ulng. has cancer of tho stomach. lo mention. There was singing at Beecham Thomas" by I he young people. Minerva Kindred and Myrtlo were recent visl-Ir- rs of Mrs. Chas. Cox. Johnnie Kindred' is slripplng lobaceo for Jas. Bongo near Richmond. Everett Bongo Is visiting his fafnor. John RongCr-J- oo Powell and family have returned to their farm near here, after a year's residence in Hamilton, Ohio. Tho Rev. J. V. Richardson has rented his properly and sold his slook of merchandise at Vogel lo II. Alcorn and has moved in with his father nt Crooksvillc. Wade Shifflott has purchased part of thei Hardin Cox place. C. M. Rawling's is suffering with neuralgia. Bob Elliott has moved to the Syd Noland place. Lwc I ngl on. Wool f ol k I Ien demon, rhnmplon nmaleur Imp shot of the world, was acquitted of a charge of linvlng killed more than the legal limit on doves, ITO? . Ill , (Jcnrgctntvn. A higher schedule of fees was adopted by tho .Medical Society, day visits being rnlsed to fc!.5t, night visits $), nnd country visits $1 per mile. I "Sneak In Trader" Winchester. Infirmities had it physician last Illness. Uawird. In T7...- - m i i id urn m rA. HIM Berlin. Dee. 20. Kvery dining room the hotel, nil restaurants mid cafes mid every place where food Ik served In Urentor Berlin, h city of more 11 win 4.1MMXM Inhabitants, will he closed for two days. TIiIh decision was taken by representatives of the hotel. retnuriiiit mid cafe proprietors lit ii meeting with representatives of the employee. It Is to he ii "demnhstratlon strike" ngnlnst the stomachs ()f more than n quarter of a million eople of Berlin who get their dally meals In IioIcIh, restaurants or cafes, hut In reality It Is inrected mralnst the government for Its new regulations forbidding, under heavy penalties, the buying of foodstuffs from "sneak" traders, as those nre called who disregard the regulation of the food distribution mid the compulsory helling to the government. Around the Back Way. caused the denlh of Miss Kllsahelli Powell. 01 year old, who had never of ng-- i her life until her thlr, Is a kill, nuil JHilleiils will ho received lU soon ns delayed limiting equipment Part of the now hospital daughter of Jackson SWert, has arrhixl. Hasird. College, at Blickhoni, which has MX) .students, will haw a .water system mid mi Ice plant constructed for The trustees of Wlthor-spoo- n the Institution. Padiicnh. At n special meeting of tho Pnducah Board of l'dunitlon IJnrt Henry, the lmisvlllu architect, wai given the conti.H.t for the new Pnilu-ra- h high school. M The proprietors of establishments have protested vnlnly no 'the government that without dealing with representatives of the "sneak trade," and buying In n manner popularly known as "hlnternim." or around the-- back way," It Is linjiossl-bi- o to feed the guests mid patrons because the rationing system as exercised nt present does not begin to furnish sullk-len- t grown chickens. Isanc Sorrcll, of Oreen-wooImp to catch it hawk measuring four feet between tips, .which has been carrying away used n steel ralmotith. (icorgetown. This omi.ty has been offered ono of tho Itockefeller foundation cllnlos,nnd the fiscal court has under ndvlsemeut appropriating $5,Xs) tor triiihitoniiiice. I food. j m gold-fringe- , dove-demur- e. Frankfort. Ollklals who made mi Investigation of the Hie In he Reform.shop, put nut by t.'o atory com let brigade, found Hint It was not work of 20,ouo employees will havo on of Incendiary origin, ns suspected It was decided that the government. guests In the hotels aro nul to be .Ma.Xfcvllle. Turkey buyers for th have, served In their rooms. This affects u Christmas market In the largo number of allied olllccrs belong- boosted the price of hlnls on the hoof ing to tho military missions I. ere and from 31 to 30 rents mid shipments nre hundreds of guests In the big hostel-rlei- . oxpeevted to reach 300,000 pounds. The government, on the other hand, adhered to Its determination to kill out the 'sneak trade" by punishing those who iMitronlzcd It, fearing. It Is said, that is the hotels and ristaurauth can afford lo pay higher prices for food they get the best and more than they are entitled to, which Is arousing (he bitterness of the lower classes and might result In disorders before the winter 1s over. Ruth for Bologna. So the eating places of Berlin decided to see what .pressure two days' closing ill and the throwing out of rrab Orchard. The little M lighted lantern, ills hand caught under the gloh. anil Ids gers wens buiueil to n crisp hci-am- son of ward I'ovnler wits pl.iylng with u lin- I.i'.vlii(.'tnn. Six hupi!rcd ami eighty barrels of whtskr were sldimcd lo Chi- cago rrom tne i'epMp iiistiiier.r, leav ing n nock of !5,4iM barrels mid a'J.iKK) nsck nwalllng lst ! When the news became known In hotels, restaurants, cafes and rooming houses, there was a rush for grocery stores and delicatessen places to lay In stores of bread, bologna nnd canned food to last the purchasers two days. Wealthy guests went on n hurried hunt for electric cookers attachnext two able In their rooms. days every room In the Adlou. the Bristol and other hotels promises to bo u miniature kitchen. the Many applicants nre assisted nt tho local tmvy recruiting station In tecurlng the " Ictory Muttons" offeieil honorably dlsrharged navy men wJui during tho war Pnducah. Ashland. Nornmn Holbrooke, In mar- preacher, convicted of blgnmy rying Miss .Minnie Mice. 10, Iii-t- years. n wife at Mlddletown, Ohio, was taken to Krunkfort, to ervo 11 v after Hazard. Mrs. K. U Speaks, of Is a daughter of Jackson Kevert, 87, father of fourteen children, now Winner Under Sentence of U. 8. Court living In North Carolina, Ids family. Including five generations, numbering Is Defiant Houte at Wathlngton BERGER WINS IN lr, WISCONSIN Will Renew Fight KJ5. Stllwaukeo, Dec. LU Victor L. Merto conger, .Socialist, was gress from the Fifth Wisconsin district, having defeated Henry II. lkxlen-stab- , Itepuhllcun, running as a fusion rundldato by l.SOOotes. y Ilerger's total vote was 24.307 nnd Ilodenstnb's 10,501. Tho returns Indicate that approximately 0,000. voters did not go to the polls. The total registration In the district was nbout votes. , Ilerger's vote In 1018 was and bis opponents' combined vote was 22.S5J. Ills plurality over Cumey, Democrat, was 5,507. Carney polled Republican, re12,315 and Stafford. ceived 10,530. Washington, Dec. 20. No movo to dispute for tho second time tho right to the of Victor I.. Merger, houso of representative, to n scut Is expected until lie presents himself to he sworn In ns n member, Representative Dalllnger. Massachusetts, chnlr-mnof the elections committee said. "I shall then object ns I did the previous time," Mr. Dalllnger said. Kl,-IX17.8-.i2n Hwtard. AceonlTng to evldenco nt tho exnmlnlng trial, Jimmy Slonne repeatedly punched Stanley Caiidiil In the ribs with hts revolver before Can-di- ll drew his weapon mid shot Slonuo dead. Winchester. l.otns from Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Mrowna describe In glow lug terms their their buggy trip of 1,200 miles to the homo of their daughter In Mississippi, both arriving Improved In health. T. M. Mnysvlllu. Lewis county, accidentally shot by bis littlo son, has lived to read Obituaries, being on the roffd to recovery after his death had been reported and widely published. Mow-mnn, Danville. Mrs. IV I- - Ilalsey has received a telegram stating that her husband, Dr. Malney, Is In a Mlrmlnghnm hospital suffereng from painful cuts from broken glass, It being assumed ho was In an auto accident. Lexington. A Carnegie nicdnl will ho recommended for John Cavlus, 0 Sc O. engineer, who stopped his train near Frankfort, and with a bell cord rescued Troy Owens, I), who had broken through I ho leu at n mill pond. Murkesvllle.--When ATTEMPT TO KILL FRENCH Civilian Is Slain When Bullet Misaes Lord Lieutenant of Ireland In Dublin. , Dec. 20. An attempt was made at ono o'clock In tho morning to iissusslnato Viscount French, the lord lleuteiiilnt of Ireland. Lord French was driving between tho Ashtou gate of Phecnlx park anil tho vice regal lodge when a shot wns fired. A civilian nearby was struck and Instantly killed by tho bullet. A pollceiuun was wounded at the same time. I.prjl French, however, escuped the fate evidently Intended for him. Lord French bus been In charge ol the repressive measures since the proclamation wub recently Issued suppressing the Slun Fein Dublin, J. F. Doss sold nd No More WartFIour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour his livery Interests to J. H. Keen, ho signed mi agreement not to reenter tho llTcry business, Tho Court of Appeals derided that establishment of n public gurugu wns In vlolutlun of this Mow Hug Qreon. -- Tlio federal grund Jury Indicted Dr. W. F. Owsley, of Cumberland county, on tho charge cf having accepted draft bribes while an examiner during tho wur. JOHI WHITE CO. One-hal- LOUISVILLE, KY. BtuMltlMdUlSU Once Tried Always Used Ubral asMrtmwil ad lult valua paid FURS