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MVln lUihi Tbrlv Dqvotffd to ttie Interests of,tb.e HKREA, The Citizen oxintgLln. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 8, 1020 t People Fifty Cents por Year. Our Threefold Aim: To givo llio news of Bcrca and vloinlly; lo record tlio happenings of Horca Collcgo; lo ho of Interest lo all Iho Mountain People. Vol. XXI Five Ccnls Per Copy. One Dollar and No. 28 Shall We Celebrate? We shall then have prohibition by constitutional enactment. The national recent Supreme Court decisions indicate that the amendment is point? to hold. It seems very fitting that the celebration started by the movement for a nation-Wid- e National Reform Bureau should be carried out. The Board of Temperance of one of the leading denominations urges that in all its churches on Sunday, January 8th, "services of praise and thanksgiving to God for the victory" be held. GREAT DRY DOCK FORMALLY OPENED WorldNews PALMER PLEDGES WAR OH THE REDS United A meeting of Iho League pf Nations is soon to bo held In Paris. Although tho United Slates has failed to endorso tho plan thus far, President Wilson Is lo bo honored by giving him tho prlvllcgo of call ing Iho first meeting, nnd possiblv he may bo asked lo preside, if Kj Is well enough. Tills first 'meeting wns to have been held In tho United Stales had Iho ojnirsc of events been different, and Ihe opportunity is now lost. January i6th is drawing near. States to Deport 2,000 Radical Leaders Soon. 1 CLOSE WATCH ON B0LSHEVIKI 'J The Kentucky Legislature The message of Governor Morrow is clear We hope that a large part, at least, of his suggestions may be carried out. A survey commission on education ought to be appointed, and defects which they find in the present system should be remedied. The state ought to require better training for teachers and pay them more for their services. State and cuiinty school superintendents, and the judiciary ought to be taken out of politics; Good roads are needed everywhere and especially in the Mountain Counties of the State. Perhaps no greater improvement can come to Eastern Kentucky at i ruuuc i 11. :.. uif j;icdi man present ..." goou nam roaus. ti.i.it importance and should be wisely considered. Prevent-9il- i dUcn;ii !im now rohhinf the State vearlv of im mense sums of money by destroying the lives of our citizens, to say nothing of the sorrow and misery ihqt they cause. It is to be hoped that the political situation, the Senate being Democratic and the House being Republican, It is will not prevent some much needed legislation. that the State go forward thanthat this more important or that party rule. before them. and pointed. A very important session of the Kentucky Legislature has (just opened. A big program has been laid Attorney General Urges Americana to Although no chango has occurred Study, Understand and Appreciate in regard lo Iho status of tho Pcaca Movement Must So.Called Red Treaty and each sido sccm3 IndisCounteract Its Teachings. posed lo make a first move, It Is Wnshlngtnn. Jan. L Following dis- nevertheless truo that a good deal closure that the department of Justice has been dono toward ratification Is rounding up approximately 2,000 under some form of compromise. more .holshcvlsts In vnrlous pnrts of Senators havo had conferences with tho country for deportntlon to F.uropo. ono another and diplomatic agents Attorney General Palmer urged the liavo been seeking lo find out hbw American people to tnke n New Year's far tho other allies will bo willing resolution "to study, understand, nnd to nccepl reservations. appreciate the Mted' move- V HiUl All M I I Hi Ii I (j it, mi As the prow of the battleship Vlrglnln crowd the sill of Hie new Com lied ncros monwcalth dry dock, nt Huston, It struck n llontl from wnll to wnll, nnd ns the huge fighting craft moved fonvtird the rlinln of flowers snnpped. offlclulljr opening the largest dry dock of It kind In the world. Kentucky News Itlchmond. Houe, cold -Em-hry U. S. News is still lo bo interest in the United Stales Senate as they for $201.80. rojfumcthcir work after tho two Scbree. For the second time In a weeks' recess. Debato will problong term of yen re the Jail at Dixon, ably begin soon, though no program the county font, Ik vmpt). has as yet been agreed upon. The I'caco, Treaty Mrs. W. A. llaxter. Ite.i tho subject of greatest .V) turkey to C. M. Padticah. J. L. Aboil, twice county Judge of Livingston county, died of President Wilson will send greetparulyc' home In Smlthland. ings to tho Democratic dinner on has been demanding . dollar's worth of good Widespread interest Jackson Day, January 8. Somo of . aroused by tho proposal to uslior in for every dollar spent. Lexington. John teeter, "0, was uso tho Now Year with tho observance National Thrift Sunday, January 18. gored to deu III hy u bull Just as he hnd his friends beliovo that ho will in all Americv pulpits reiicht'd a fence which promised safety. this as an opportunity to givo his Sermons of National Thrift Week, initiated views of future policies, and that by tho Y. M. C. A, marked by such mi (lie relations of economic life to Frankfort. Letter to county Judges ho will discuss tho question of a spcolal days as Family Budget Day; religious well bolng, and tho need direct that school suiierlutcndcnts fur thir-j-l term. JyWwOwn-Your-Own-HoDay; Govern- of sharing with others. jlUlr bond to cover, all fundi handled Mh-da- y, Pay-Yo- ur National Thrift Week '' National Life Iniaraaee Say, ment Securities Day, and January i.. To emphasize Uae Bills Day. The American Bankers' Associa- Importance of protecting ono's famition at Its recent convention In St. ly with life insurance. Day, Tues.Louis gavo unqualified indorsement to tho observance of National Thrift day, January 20. To show why deWeek, and full cooperation of all sirable and how possible to own a other national and local organiza- home. Make-a-Wi- ll Day, Wednesday, tions which concern themselves with Iho improvement of tho condi- January 31. To urgo mon to make tion of tho individual as well as the wills, and in so doing impress upon strengthening of tho financial and them tho necessity of making prothoroforo commercial condition of vision for tho futuro. tho country is counted upon. Day, Thursday, In a word, the hearty and earnest January 23. To emphasizo the need effort, on the part of tho individual for factory thrift, and tho cconomlo or tho organization to start the year valuo of cooperation between capi1020 off on tho flood tido of thrift, tal and labor. savings, and sound financial practico Family Budget Day, Saturday, is a long step toward insuring the January 24. To emphasize tho moral continuanco of present prosperous obligation lo pay debts. conditions. Both tho board of governors of the National Thrift Week begins on Investment Bankers' Association January 17, tho anniversary of the and tho convention of the American birth of Benjamin Franklin, tho pro- Institute of Bankers havo passed gram having been tentatively out- resolutions approving tho program lined at present as follows: of tho Savings Division and indorsNational Thrift Day, Saturday, Jan- -' ing observation of a National Thrift nary 17, 1930 To enlist tho Nation Week. Tho resolution of the latter in a campaign to "Savo first and organization follows: spond afterwards In other words, ' "Intelligent and systematio practo stick resolutely lo tho program of tico of thrift dovolops a highor type ro making tho proscnt Insuro the of individual and increases the by tho regular saving and in- economio strength of tho nation; vestment of somo part of every pay wo thoroforo pledge ourselves to onvolopo to finance futuro opportu- conlinuo in cooperation with the nities or needs; to invest saving several bureaus and departments' of safely, proferably in Government the Government and also such other (Continued on Pago Five) securities; to curb tho profiteer by Thrift-in-Industry fu-tu- by them. ' '.' ' ) CONTENTS .1 PAGE 1. Kditorinls; Ky., C. S., World Nows; Tltlrft Wock. PAGE 2. Somo Impressions of tho Now Bcrca; General Nows. PAGE 3. Sorial Nows; Washington Borea Locals. Lottor. PAGE 4. PAGE 'PAGE (5 What Evcryono Should Know; Other Short Articles. 0. Mountain Agr.cui.iro ; First Aid Dcpfartmcnt; Homo Department. PAGE . Sunday-schp- ol 7. Losson; Sermon; Y. W. 0. A. Program; Reds in 33 Cities. PAGE 8. East Kentucky Nows. Time to De Silent' "James, put down thnt enke at ooeel Have you no mannersl" "Don't sneak no loud. nnnn. Win ought to tic glad no one saw bow bad- I hare ben brought up." wa. appointed state Inspector and Tho second will bo held in Denver on January 8 and 9; and tho third examiner. in San Franciico, January 12 and 13. Paducah.-T-Th- e home of T. A. Harris, tanner; of this county, was destroyed lire originating In the night, with i Tho Stato of Kentucky, through f. of $0,000. its Legislature, ratified tho federal constitutional amendment granting Danville. A thief visited the nplury suffrago to women this afternoon, of David McGJunls, destroying seven by an overwhelming vote in both tines, logcihcr with the swarms. In Houses. In the Senate Ihe volo the honey. stood 30 to 8, and in tho House of Representatives tho measure carried Paris. Hack lire from n truck, gases, caused destruction of the 72 to 25.- - It was tho twenty-four- th the slate- - to officially endorso Hiring barn, but read machincount ery all was saved. amendment. Nows that Rhode Isstato to land was the twenty-thir- d (J. Lee Wnluscott has ratify tho measure was hailed with Winchester. urrhed home from France, where he delight. Lexington Herald. inspected graves of Kentucklans it state commissioner. Tho Supremo Court, on January Jackon. Little Insurance was car- Volrliw! mi (lit. niiii'ltn'- ib(i,nti tliitntui' unit 5, upheld tho section of tho ...... rtlpNlrnviMl ' stead prohibition act prohibiting llhint fif tin .liifkk.mi rrlmns tho at a loss or ;iwua y wine,manufacture and salo of "bocr, . and other intoxicating malt Fiiiukfort. ltoth lioni's of hU right or vinous liquors which contain una were broken when Leslie Parker ono-ha- lf of ono percent or moro of Mas cranking his automobile, and the alcohol. It further decided that engine kicked back. beer containing 2.75 percent alcohol Is mado illegal by tho war-tiHazard. Will Napier and Itufus differ-enc- o Combs were killed b u dust explosion prohibition. Thoro was a of opinion in tho Supremo following a bhot In the LIncolu Coal KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Court. Four of tho Justices disCo.'s mine at Nupfor. Tho Kentucky Legislature is at sented from tho decision. Theso sestho beginning of a sixty-daDawson Springs. Charles LIsanby, took tho position that tho war-tim- o sion. Both houses aro organized. lawyer, was Instantly killed when he emergency had passed and had Tho Democrats control tho Senate, fell from u load of hay on his farm, mado Incfleclivo the law. and tho Republicans tho Houso of his neck being broken. Representatives. AshMd. Jasper Karee, 23, formerWife of Envoy Killed. Governor Morrow dolivercd his ly of'ulsa. was so badly scalded by Washington, Jan. 1. Sirs, II. Perct-vo- l mossago in person. This Is tho steam ut a plant hero that he died Dodge, wife of the American minHrst limo that a governor of Ken- upon reaching the hospital. ister to the kingdom oU the Serbs, tucky has deno this. Ho mado tho Croats one! Slovenes, was killed Infollowing recommendations: Nlcholuhvllle. Burglars visited the stantly In an occidental fall through That iiceless boards, offices and commis- Savoy theater and the Comely grocery, tho elevator shaft of an apartment sions bo abolished; thaPBoard of securing u gallon of whiskey at the house. While riding In the elevator, Mrs. Dodgo stumbled and crashed Control law bo ropcalcd and stato lUst and $10 nt the grocery. headfirst through the gluss guurd to institutions bo taken out of poliMotor trucks will bo em- the ttlo floor of the lobby beneath. tVcrsallles. tics; that Iho school system bo Im- ployed to haul UO.OOO gallons of whisky proved; that tho Judiolary bo taken from warehouses of the llurbeo distilToo Hatty. out of politics; that tho Woman's lery to scuboard for export. "Mr. Crawky. can, you lend me" Suffrago Amendment be ratified; Whitley City. In a battle with Jim "No.' sir, I can't I And If I could I that prohibition bo enforced; that Taylor and Bob uud Tom Meadows, been lending you tho compulsory primary law bo im- Frank Spencer, sheriff, shot Tom wouldn't. I have and you make no money for n year, proved; that ofllcors who surren- Meadows and his wound Is believed to effort to ruturn Itl" "Hut I would der prisoners to mobs bo dismlssod; be mortal. like to know It you wouldn't tend that stato agricultural and natural Hazard. The clothing of Ilea Grace, me" "And I told you before- I rcsourcos bo dovelopcd; that a more playing Santa Claus, cuught tiro from hand I won't." "Well, then, don't olllolcnt department, of labor bo a cundle on the Christmas tree, but I wanted to borrow your fountain pen created; that tho stato highways the Humes were smothered without In- to make out a check for what I owe you; but If you're In no hurry. I'm bo improved; and that tax laws jury to him or panic. notl- bo revised. (CMttaatd m Fate MfM) 'M-ys fourteen of tho cen tral west stales gathered in Chicago, January 5. This was the first y conof a scries of three ferences arranged by Will H. Hay9, Frankfort. Henry James, nsslstnut National Republican chairman. Mute treasurer under Governor W Noah Smith Kent pumpkin weighing 100 pounds, In a barrel, uh u preset to Governor Sffirrow. s su-g- llarbourvllle. yfikii-'iQ- . t wbm'en from Republican men 'and two-da- ' ment." It has finally been decided by tho The nttorney general said thnt the rer; propaganda tnn be counteracted Pcaco Congress that the city of Coneffectively 'by teaching Its purpose stantinople shall bo internationalthrough the press, the church, the ized. This will make necessary tho nnd removrU of the Turkish capital to schools, patriotic organizations, labor unions, all of which are within Ihe Asiatic sido of tho Bosphorus. the range of Its InsMuous attacks." Tho plan for administration of the Says Pursuit la Active. hcily ha?, not yet been mado publio, The attorney general In his state- but it makes apparent still further ment says his department has been the necessity for somo International actively pursuing the 'red. . This ac- machinery liko the League of Nativity resulted In a deportntlon of 2411 tions. ' reds on the "soviet ark" Inst week and 2,000 foreign agitators, the department Siberia has been called by some says, will be arrested within the next authority "Canada of Japan." In two months. "This department, ns tar ns exist- this language is revealed tho fact ing laws allow. Intends during the that Japan has been making progforthcoming year to keep up n persist- ress in tho occupation of n. that ent, aggressive wnrfare against any The allies have practically movement, no matter how cloaked or been forced to agree, as no other dissembled, having for Its purpose either the promulgation of these Ideas country could handle the situation or the excitation of sympathy for there so well. It is reported tHat those who snrend them." said Mr. Iho United Slates has given her consent to a frco courso in Siboria, Palmer. "The red movement will not be although she held off for a long permitted to go far enough In this time. country to disturb our pence and well being, or create nny widespread dis It trust of the people's government. Several moro ship loads of radiwill fall nwny before the light of pop-ul- cals havo been sent from tho United Its knowledge and appreciation of Stales to Russia. This method will alms nndj purposes tako care-o- r the allies, but it, still According to Mr. Palmer theTdevo tees of bolshevlsm In tho United States leaves the problem of tho American "nre composed chiefly of criminals, radicals of whom there aro many mistaken Idealists, social bigots and apparently ready lo overthrow their many unfortunate men and women. government and set up a system like'' suffering with vnrylng forms of hyper- the Russian Soviet. There Is much esthesia. They nre enemies pt the gov- activity in this group, and our peoernment, of the church, and of the ple need to bo vigilant, as they can home, nnd ndvocnte principles which make a great deal of trouble, oven mean the abolition of nil three of those though they cannot accomplish their safeguards of civilization." purpose. Reds Seek Force Rule, The red movement does not mean nn cttltudc of protest against alleged deGermany is delaying as long as fects In our present political and eco- possiblo the fulfillment of her treaty nomic organization of society, said the pledges. It Is now believed that attorney general. "It does not represent the radicalism January 15th will sco tho treaty go "It rep- into effect. Meanwhile Germany Is of progress." he continued. resents a specific doctrine, namely, the trying to get money by her now Introduction of dictatorships the world system of taxation which puts an over by force nnd violence. It Is not n import duly on goods imported ten persons, times as great as in times before movement of llberty-lovlnbut n distinctly criminal and dishonest tho war. It is her desire lo make movement. the wealthy and profit-make- rs pay "I.enlne himself mnde the statement a? heavily as possiblo. nt the third soviet conference. 'Among 100 bolsheviks there Is one renl bolshevik, thirty-nincriminals, A great Jewish Congress is to be nnd sixty fools.' It advocates tho deall ownership In property, held in the Swiss city of Zurioh. struction of the destruction of all religion nnd be- Representatives of tho raco from lief In God. It Is a movement organ- overy part of tho world will be ized ngnlnst democracy and in favor of present and questions pertaining to the power of the few built by force. their welfare will bo considered. Bolshevism, syndicalism, the soviet Perhaps no pcoplo havo had tholr governments, sabotage, nre only destiny moro affected by tho war new names for old theories of violence than tho Jows. They havo fought nnd criminality." in all tho armies and havo suffered While bolshevlsts In this country nre fomenting strikes, Mr. Palmer pointed great hardships in somo of the counout. Lenlne and Trotzky forbid strikes tries. At length their natlvo Pales-lin- o was rescued from tho. Turks, and suppress labor unions. With the soviet constitution suspended nnd the and may bo a refugo to which all "dictatorship of the proletariat" re- may return if they desiro. placed by a "military dictatorship of a subsidized and corrupt portion of the The ndvocates of Home Rulo for proletariat" the bolshevlst experiment In Russia, he said, had been the an- Ireland havo been carrying on a tithesis of democracy. campaign for sympathy in the United States for somo tlmo. The BANK ROBBED OF $115,000 leader of tho Sinn Foiners and nominal President of tho Irish Repuband Merchants National lic, Valera, has spoken in many Farmers places. A counter campaign is now Bank at Benson, Neb., Held Up by Four Masked Bandits. being waged by opponents of tho Republican idea. A notablo comOmaha, Neb., Jan, 1. Four masked pany of clorgymen recently came robbers entered the Farmers and Mer- over from tho north of Ireland for chants National bank of Ilenson, a that purpose Sir Horaco Plunkett, snhtirh of Omahn, lined up employees great Irish reformer, is also nnd five customers of the bank against a speaking in tho United States. $115.-00the vault and robbed the vault of They made their escape In nn automobile. After looting the vault, three "Poor Man's Weather Qlass." of the bandits who had been guurd The figures of which the leaves of Ing employees nnd customers forced are made up keep the them into the vault and locked them flat and fanlike so long as the tine Imprisoned men mado their weather Is likely to continue. With the In. Tho escupe from the vault by means of n coming of rnln, however, they droop, screw driver, which had been hidden as If to offer less resistance to thn In the vault. According to officers of weather. The scarlet pimpernel Is the link, tiie robbers secured 116,000 known In Knglnnd ns the poor mnn'i In cash and the remainder In Liberty weather-glns- . and opens Its flowers bonds nnd qth.er oejotlu,h!o f'vKtas. only wheu the weather Is fair. ' sec-liog d e et, horse-chestn- Pngo Two SOME IMPRESSIONS OF THE NEW intr of tho value of education given lo Kentucky, would bo worth prob DEREA ably moro than four million dol THE CITIZEN HENRY F. January H0LLIS LADY 8, 1020 CAPITAL BARES RADICAL PLOTS "ESSENCE GIVEN TO CONGRESS-UTTERAN- CES STATE AUTHORITIES ID BEAVERBROOK Tho new Herca lias lind Its growth This rapid growth slnco 1000. catches tho eye of a visitor, nnd nil who return, look of tho upon this growtli with a peculiar poronal and philanthropic pritlc. For tho studenU havo built Dcrca; some ditched, somo cleared tho land, somo sawcl the limber, somo cared for tho stock, somo produced tho food, somo laid tho brick, somo did tho leaching, somo tho laundrying, sonic washed tho dishes, sonle baked Hie bread, and nil milled in (ho wholesome enjoyment of Hie rnro priviliges afforded by this great Appalachian family. To become a member of this present day Herca has more than family, which doubled slnco 1007, tho prospcctlvo students must fulfill requirements that arc as simplo as A, I), C's and ed should bo as natural for a boy or girl as eating and drinking. However, somo may get tho impression that tho rules for entrance into Herca aro moro strict than tho laws of Immigration, in that you must bo born In tho You cannot Appalachian region. immian as naturalized bo grant can. This is only a thought and r" Dial comes to tho not a final impression. I understand that Hie growth of tho school has compelled this restriction and that, the officials regret that the Inadequacy of their equipment docs not provide for all. In "ancient limes" If a student walked from Owsley, riockcastlo or Clay lo Herca, or worked, most of his way thru school, ho was looked upon witli a high degree of respect and was in line for tho nomination of Presidency for tho Mountain Congress, which used lo causo a world of excitement in Berea. Today, I understand that similar honors are shared among several hundred students. The influence of Berea, like ovcry oilier good work, cannot bo estimated in dollars and cents, but it can bo observed in every nook and corner of tho Appalachian section. And in every country of tho world where Berea students aro found, Is a wholesome, Jthrlfty atmosphero which is characteristic of Berea itself and its smoldering influence, which is llnally to penetrate every homo and farm of this great undeveloped region. Every young man and woman with-with- in region tho Appalachian contemplates educating themselves should attend Berea for at least a part of their education. You will bo placed with about 2,000 students who are in sympathy with you and your viowpoint in life. You should know these people, for they aro the best in the world they are honest, hard working Christian people, possessing wonderful frugality and thrift. To know them is to know ygursclf. T am proud of tho Agricultural and Industrial emphasis which i3 being so conspicuously placed in Tho tho Vo6ational Department. pcoplo of this section need information about tho building of better homes, better roads, and tho caro and management of tho soil and livestocks. For this, savo in tho oil, coal, and timber sections, is tho foundation of all their material progress. Education is the cheapest thing in tho world, and contrary lo the belief of some, a fellow who has brains never gets too old In learn. Tho Nursing, Homo Science, and other courses of a practical and scientific naturo should not bo minimized by students who contemplate a modern education. Ono of tho greatest factors for good at Berea is the Church. The freedom given tho students in this regard is unquestioned. Berea. to my knowledge, has never tried to cram any particular religion down tho throat of any student. They havo .taught tho Bible and allowed tho student to bo his own judgo with respect lo creed. This is a day of fads. Everybody has one, and somo folks havo many. Borca has always taken a sano bland Teaching tho on this question. students tho wisdom of tho plain and inexpensive way of living, discouraging extravagance, and show in any form or fashion is strictly a Berea idea, Borca has saved tho Appalachian States millions of dollars, and has mado them moro than it has saved for them. Tho big item In tho cost of an education has always been tho cost of food and clothing. Tho cost of living at Berea Is not moro than what it has been at other places during tho past twenty years, especially at other schools. Borca has fed her students at cost, and not for profit. Tho school insists that all students dress simply; it has sold clothing at cost and given clothing lo thoso who wero unablo lo buy at all. To my knowlcdgo no other school has over done this much for its boys and girls. Tho. buildings alone, to say noth- "old-timerwell-train"old-timeoiio-four- lh lars, This has como to tho Slnto liko a plum falling from tho tree, so far as wo who llvo In tho Slalo aro concerned. It has cosl somo ono effort, labor and sacrifice yea, even suffering all for our good. It is hoped that the people for whom Ibis great institution was buill will begin loday to show a larger mcas uro of their appreciation for this wonderful work. Wo aro prono to forget those tilings which wo sco every day. Tho Palaco of a King bo comes common after it becomes his home. Tho sword which ono man allows lo rust, another may uso ad vantageously. Berea Collcgo will not rust out or dio out for a lack of your patronage, but you and your community may fall In your 1020 program or in your fuluro progress by not availing yourself of tho opportunity which is knocking at your door. This is my impression, In brief, of Berea, having been In school and al work in Herca from I0Q0 to 1010 and returning in 1010 aflcr an of nearly ten years. You may bo surprised at my getting pay for this article, but I was paid years ago hefore I ever dreamed of writing litis. C. C. Flannery, 1310 West Fill. St., Urbana. III. Care of University of Illinois, nb-se- GO REDS TRANSLATED FOR FEDERAL HEADS. Communists, I. W. W. and Others Arc Seized by Police. NEW FIGHT Merchant, ON roup American Dodlet Chosen at "Ell glble" In Lltt of Member Drawn By Soviet By Debt BOLSHEVISM and Other Busito Rid the City Every Known Approval of Group Led Bankers ness Men Organize of the Radicals Rendezvous It Voiced. JAM SOCIAL American Federation of randum. These organization were Socialist Rail Unions Jolr In on Measure. was itivcn, the chairman of tho oc- tabor Party of America, the "lett ele Party of Amer ments of the casion being Mr. Taylor, tho genial ica, especially Socialist that group which Is rct- Washington, Dec. IIO. Organized friend of all boys and glrta. resented by Debs, nnd the Socialist united here to direct an unrelentAddresses of welcomo wero given Propaganda Association." the I. W. W ing tight iigalnst return of the railby Dean Howersox and Secretary of Amcnm ur.d the Workers Inter road to their owners March t; nnd. If Vaughn. Tho ' religious societies, national Industrial Union of America. Mutt oinnnt be averted at thin time, lo , through their representatives, ex- This call was Issued by Hurls tircwut enactment of railroad legislapnv representative of the Socialist tion which will ;nclnde tended cordial invitations to all to visions and penalties against worker join somo one of these fine organ tabor Party of America, who succeedisations. An interesting1 feature ed in reaching Itilss.'u without pass. "ho Me their employment. arrested' recently Mrt. Ills The American Federation of Ijibor was the new light thrown on the in Buffalo. wife was Kxtmnrlliiary commN- - 'he four railroad brotherhoods nnd tin "League of Nations" by our Koon nnd organized terror Under en railroad shopmen's unions nlllllnt rean friend, Chung Clio. The musiregime are dlscnvcjl .In the d with the American Federation in especially memorandum, were cal (ntimbors and supplemented by Ijilior Joined In the declaration of win pleasing, and all went away feel- ofhchil proclamation frm the Presi- mid lued n stntement asserting Ihein r extensloi ing that they had been both en- dent of the Kxtrnordlmiry elve In fnvor of n if goiernment' control of the railroad-I- n tertained and warmly welcomed to Commission. order that government owiifrship their collego home. might have n fair test. Earthquake Brings Death to Scoret. The action was taken nt a confer .Mexico City. Scores of persons The Christian missionary finds have been killed as the result of n erne raPrd by Samuel (Jomper pres1 o: the liquor t raffle: harder to combat violent curtlnpiake which occurred In dent of the American Federation than witchcraft, ignorance and ra- it nmnlier of parts of Mexico. The Ijibor. who presided. Frank Morrison cial superstitions. Centenary Surenter of the disturbance is believed to secretary of the federation, nlso nt vey of M. E. Missions. have been near the volcano of Orizaba. tended, together with U otticlnlsof the Incomplete reports IndlcateUia. the various railroad organizations. Out of 03 colleges on one list, slate of Wra Cruz suffered mure" than twenty-tw- o have endowment cam- any other Miction, nlthnughVslhmlc ARMY HONOR MEDAL REFUSED paigns on, and, several others are disturbances, wen; felt lhroygyf"ttli Spurm waiting a later day. The total entire republic. .10 Advices from TJ5r-dol- Librarian atas Washington His He Holds Award sa Hint dead already have is asked by the twenty-tw- o Service Light. been counted In San Juan, Coscouiat-epec- , O where n number of houses were Washington. Dec. .10. While naval destroyed. There are unconfirmed No bolshcvisls or "reds" in 177 of n similar catastrophe In the ottlcers hnve been rejecting decora students from 30 foreign countries village of Hiintusco. In Julnpa 50 vie-- ' tlons conferred on them by Secretnr at tho University of Illinois, ac- thus have been counted, Including nu- Daniel. It wns disclosed that only one of the 7.2O0 persons n warded army cording to Dr. A. n. Seymour, dean merous dead. medals lins declined the honor. of foreign students. In recognition of his services In dl" ' Brla Kun Trial Ends. Itinlapost. The court whlyh has recline the collection and distribution As soon as people wero told to of books to the soldiers. Herbert Put wear their last year's clothes, tho been t trying Hola Kun, former Coin-- nam. librarian of congress, wns nwnrd dictator of Hungary, on nudltlngulshed ervlre medal bv price of thread and clothes brushes merous charges In connect Ion with ed the of Wnr Unker. Mr. Putnam went up. act performed during his dictatorship, Sicretnry politely declined to accept the decora concluded Us hearings. On Its find,i , modestly explaining i credit ...i .y couege siuucnis ,navo gone out ing It will renew Its demand upon tlon. the work wns due not that hlmclr to : I - i I. for 1. I It, nAnnAnat llllt) wiu wuriu wuun uiu icaiiuiiaiAustria for the extradition of Hera ulone but to the entire library service bilities wero so great as they are Kun. Testimony was offered to show organization. Kun guilty of 2JM1 murders, IP rob. now. berles and the use of 107,000,000 WORLD PEACE BY JANUARY 6 fiet the farm animals all in good crown for Communist propaganda ill llesli before cold weather comes on. Vienna ulone. German Delegates Remove All Doubt The animal that goes into tho winAbout Time When It Will Safety Director Holmes Dead, ter out of condition is not likely to Be Ratified. Cincinnati, (). Jnlin It. Holmes. Dimeet the spring in good shape. rector of Public Safety of the city of Southern Agriculturist. Pari. Dec m - F.xrhnnse of mil Cincinnati, died at Christ Hospital, Mt. flcnllnn of the trenty of Versailles Auburn, following an operation for apA citizen is a man pendix uhtcess. He wits (Kl years old. will tnfce place .lanunry 0 at the Ilerr von l.ersner. bend of who hollers his head off about Mrs. Holmes, his .sister Mary, of New (Jermnn ('elegntlon and Paul Du wrong conditions, but who is either York, and brother Charles, of this city, the hnsln settled till points In connection too cowardly, too lazy, or loo sel- were nt his bedside. Sir. Holmes bad with the signature except that relating fish to lift a finger to chango them. been III at his home for two days. De- ic nil vii I material which, li is expect spite optimistic reports his condition , will be filed shortly. Whito and Blue. apparently became grave, as he was Soven million of men havo given removed to tin- hospital. SHOOT CASHIER; GET $7,000 their lives to frco tho world from Sinn Felnert Bombard Barracks. tho CJerman political menace. MilSeven Masked Men Escape With Cash tandon, Three hundred Sinn Fein-ei- s and Liberty Bonds From Depository lions more must now give of tholr attacked police barracks In at Ottawa Lake, Mich. lives and means to frco it from soaccording to u dispatch to menaces, among which Is alco- the Central News from Cork. Attackcial .. Dee. "O. Seven men hHi Toledo hol. If we do less, wo shall break ing forces lired volleys for three, hours up the I'liiples' bank at Ottawn Lake. faith with the millions who gavo and then blew up the end of thu build- Mich., end ecnped with $7,000 In ensh ing with bombs. Its occupants were and Liberty bond after shooting Her their greatest gift lifo Itself made premiers while the raiders loot- man Uothfu. the cashier. In their Japan has a system of universal ed the barracks. The barracks was haste the raiders overlooked $20,000 education which enrolls over 08 per-- 1 occupied by a Sergeant and llvo con- In currency and bonds. Itothfuss wus about obeying cent of tho children of school age. stables, who returned the raiders' fire. slurt when t lie hesitatedhis hands. throw ip an order colleges enroll Her schools and Rear Admiral Day Diet. thousands from Korea, China, InNice, France. Heur Admiral Wil- SIBERIAN GARRISON MUTINIES dia and tho Philliplncs. Thero aro' liam IMummer Day, If. S. N.. retired, nn.ooo students of collcgo grade In died suddenly In Nice, where hu hud Troops Government Hundred Tokio alone. And for years, tho lived for many years. Ho was born Six Murder Two Officers and Join higher schools havo been unablo lo in New York 71 jears ago. He leaves Enemy Forcet. a widow here and a son residing In accomodate more than Vladivostok, Jan. 2. A garrison of Paris. of tho applicants for admission. troops at Shkotovu, 0OO government 10 miles northeast of where the llrst Contest It Avoided By McAdoo. An Increase nils' year of less than In Siberia reWashington. William (ilbbs Mc- American casualties two porcent in enrollment in nino sulted, Muy 21, mutinied and went colleges, hut a Adoo will not enter the Democratic over to thu "partlzair forces. They strictly women's percent in wo- primary contest for tho President hi I murdered two olllcers who tefused to gain of twenty-tw- o He Is not even In a re. join them, took four tuachluo guns nomination. Inmen enrolled In mood, and will huu tho party and ull the government umuiunltlon stitutions is shown by a Hoslon Transcript writer. Smith Collego mantle if ho It falling Ills wuy. nnd supplies. with 1,098 students is tho largest Although thu position of thu former American Army Stocks Burn. women's collcgo In tho world, with Secretary of thu TreaMiry and DirecNantes, Jan. 2. Vust sheds, housWellosloy and Simmons second and tor General of Ilullroails has been the army stocks on third, nut tho U. of California has cuufu uf MHCiilatloii In Democratic ing American tho Btuto railroad St Auno station, ranks, It wus learned that ho had de- Island near s, 3,083 Northwestern 2,685, and termined definitely to remain out of were destroyed by Are with their Hoslon and Wisconsin 2,308 apiece. iwlltlrs. ing, December 30, was a great suc cess. An unusually good program r Itcin-s:liianti-strikk two-yeaa 3100,-000,0ill-i1 non-essent- ial 1 two-thirds co-ed- The "Jam Social," Tuesday even- WMtcrn Newspaper Union News Service. Washington. The Communism nf Lenlne mill Trotsky recognizes no lines or Mute boundaries, but alms to cngullllg I In: entire world through establishment of n "dictatorship of proletariat," according to tho "lviM-nceof Sovlctlsm, prepared by ItoMielkl themselves mill Included In a collection of nrcss utterances transluted from Kusshin newspaper for the State Department. The memorandum, which presents an Indictment of terrorism nnd points out the Snlet program for world revolution, was made public and lias been transmitted to Senate and House Committees dentine with foreign affairs. Four Amerli-ai- i radical organizations were Included in the original list "eligible" for representation nnd full membership In the Third Internntlonnl. ac cording to the fall text of the cull Issued by wireless In January, 11)10, which was reproduced In the memo Itol-l.ei- Searched. ill iLrCV.t 'JvJ After retiring from the senate Chicago, Jan. 2. livery known headquarters nnd rendezvous of tho communists, anarchists, I. W. W.'s nnd other radical organizations In the city wns raided by sipuuls of police nnd The state's attorney's operatives. raids w ere directed by Stale's Attorney Maclny Hnyne. I MM ! of Cornier Scnntor lh-nNew Hampshire. who has been given hy the Trench government 'he rank of lievuller In the Legion of Honor ' t lecognltlon of hl services (lining the participated wnr Mr. Mollis was n member of the Ihpll-diitlo- boanl. iiKn which he served until Vovcni'.er last LA.V IN RAIL MiMi-SlnlK- E taneously. Moro than 1&0 arrests were tnnde. A score of places were raided. Tho drlvu ngalnst thu reds resulted from an organized campaign of Chicago merchants, bankers and business men to rid this city of radical elements seeking to overthrow the government of the United Stntes. Party Headquarters Raided. Tho following places weru raided In the Moro thuti 200 police raids, made simul- tally HeuvcrtirooK. It Is reported, l mentioned as ronlltlon cnndblato for Ashtnn-under-I.yn- parliament for where n will follow Sir Albert Stanley's Impending retirement and probable elevation to peerage. BILL IS FOUGHT BY LABOR simultaneously: The Communist party hcuihpiurters GERMANS "PASS BUCK" ut 1221 (Hue Islam! avenue. Labor and Tho Communist Labor pnrty nt 201 FOR SHELLING REIMS Fight North Clark street. s The Anarchist and .Syndicalist General Baron Von Hauten Blames bead-quarter- nt l'i'tl) Clybnurtie avenue. Thu I. W. W. heudipmrtcrs nt 110 Throop street, 0.'il West Madison street and 1001 West Madison street. Tho anarchist meeting place at 1007 South Pen rln street. Numerous radical bkshnps were also raided. General Von Buelow, Who Is Dead. Hundreds of letters, pamphlets, charts, books, mops and other documents ami Items of propaganda, Including membership rails nnd rcconl of dues, weru confiscated uud tuken to Mr, Hoyne's otllce. The raiding squads used automobiles. The principal sector of the raids wns In the general neighborhood of Hnlstcd nnd Madison streets. There being very little tr utile In thnt section, on account of tho extreme cold, the raiding nutntnobllcs attracted conxld-ernbl- attention. Radicals Warned of Raid. Newt has reached the state's attorney's ofllce that n secret mnss meeting wns to havo been held 1ft tho loop nt two o'clock. When tho hien nrrlvcd there wns no meeting In progress. Mr. Hoyne charges this was liecnuse the rndlrnls were warned of the coming raids. When the prisoners tnken have been ESTH0NIA SIGNS ARMISTICE weeded out. It Is planned either to deport or Indict those found guilty. The Seven-DaTruce May Bring New prosecution Is to be conducted under World Policy to the the new stnto house bill No. 300, SovleL which makes It n felony to llerlln. Dec. 31. Helms cathedral wns damaged by Cerninti shell lire the first time September I, 1014, when thu Prussian gunrd bombarded the city for two hours, even after It had been occupied an entire day by Saxon troops, nccordlng to LleuL Gen. Ilnron von Hnusen, then commander of the Snxou Third army, who has Just published reminiscences of the first battle of the Marne. The revelations of Karon von Hansen arc prefaced by a statement which declares thnL while the Germans Iihvo been searching helplessly for the guilt of tbono who started tho war. an entlro year has pnssed In which no nttempt has been mado to establish the responsibility for th bombardment of the cathedral city. He explodes the theory of the military leaders who declared tho firing on Helms wns forced by military necessity In view of thu fact that tho French were said to hnvc used the towers of tho cathedral for observation posts and emplacements for guns. N statements or publish any llternture tending to encourage treason to the government of the United States. REDS PLOT DEATH IN MEXICO utter any Agents of Russ Bolshevlkl Plan to Kill Oil Officials to Causa International Troubla. Dorpat, Jan. 2. After nenrly n month of preliminary cementations the soviet Husslnns nnd Kitbonlnns signed nn agreement to cease hostilities for seven days. Tho protocol Includes a tcmKniry adjustment of tho lioundnrles nnd military guarantees nnd recognition of Ksthonlan Independence. It Is tho llrst step toward n definite pence betweeen the two s. Ijiredo, Tex., Dec. .10. Agents of the Hussion bolshevlkl at Tnmplco havo "proposed the nssnsslnatlon of U. S. SHIP LOST IN STORM managers of oil companies, superintendents of all oil enmps nnd other Five Survivors of Schooner Eleanors high personnges, with the object of bringing about International according to Friday's Issue of El Unlversnl. a Mexico City newsTamplcn paper. The paper published dispatch saying Mexican special police there arrested two Itusslnns, confessed agents of the soviet government, who nre suspected of being accomplices of the person directing the distribution of propaganda proposing rssasslna Hons. Percy Picked Up Off Coast of England. Swansea, Wales, Jan. 2. Five survivors of the American schooner Percy, from Hlo Janeiro for Copenhagen, have been picked up 150 miles west of I.undy Island, off In n tnotorbont. The men had been afloat for four days. They say thu ship foundered In n stonn on Christmas day. It Is believed tho remainder of the rnnv drowned. Kng-Inn- SAYS ARMY TRAINING VITAL SETS RECORD IN KILLINGS Qeneral Pershing Tells Nebraskans ' Military Work Makes Better Citizens of Youths. New York's Homicides for 1919 Wero 206 Previous Record Was 191 In 1915. Lincoln. Neb., Dec. 31. Somo form New York, Jan. 2. New York esof unlversnl military training as n requisite to better citizenship was ad- tablished n new record In homicide vocated by General Pershing In an ad- cases during 1010. According to the dress before tho Lincoln Itotnry club statistics In tho homicide bureau of hero. The general told the clubmen the district attorney's ollico thero were that six mouths or a year of military 20rt such cases during tho year, 131 of training for the nverago young man which were brought to trial nnd 72 would glvo him an Increased Interest dismissed by tho grand Jury. Tho In American Institutions, build up his previous record was 101 cases, estabphysique, glvo him n higher sense (if lished In 10 1. morality, and benefit him In cuso he would ever bo called upon again to de- GERMAN WAR DEAD 1,500,000 fend his country. This Number Does Not Include Men Who Have Died In Various AMNESTY ASKED IN MEXICO Prison Camps. Carranza Saya Pardons May Be Grantllerlln. Dec. 31. Olllclol statistics ed to Fugitives in Foreign mado public here place the number of Countries. Hermans killed In hnttlu at 1,500,000, These figures do not Include those who Mexico City, Jan. 3. Amnesty may died In prison ramps. bo grunted Mexican fugitives In foreign countries by thu government, PRESIDENT SIGNS SUGAR BILL President Carrunza declared at thu year's reception at thu palace. Now McNary Measure Continues EqualizaThu president's stuteinent wus In antion Board In 1920, swer to n petition presented by Col. Approved. Antonio Juuregul. survivor of the war who asked of French Intervention, Washington, Jim, .!. President Wild that former fedurul olllcers bu signed the McNary bill confor offenses ciurgud agalust son has tinuing thu United States sugar equalthem. President Carrunza counseled through 1020. Colonel Jauregul to "wait tranquilly." ization board pur-done- IT January 8, 1020 THE CITIZEN Pago Throo thnt her daughter would o'utllva her ork on the new apportionment they "She In youthful Infntuntlon nnd would at hnvlor out of the reckoning. III give nttentlon to n snmowhnt wldo- length, In a more sultnble match, give only a child." prend demand thnt the new apporbe eighteen presently. her heart to one of the numerous "She will tionment cut down tho number of of her circle. And why shouldn't she he In love? members, probnhly to 100. There will To promote this end Mrs. Hardy And the question IS who? Thnt Is IS lo making io determined opposition for you to nnswer. Who did she spniod no pnlns. Young Cnrlton, son nny reduction, nnd, Indeed, the cenof n hanker nnd one of the tending meet?" sus committee will hnvo to listen to "She met no ono with me. My ac- men of his set, seemed n pnrtlculnrly By Hardy MANY SENATORS OP ALL GROUPS much nrgumetit In fnvnr of holding Mrs. match. enjoy my holiday ns appropriate cident left mo to the number up to what It Is under DISPO8E0 TO GET TOGETHER best I could nt n ranch deep In tho opened her home to him, nnd Cnrlton, the present npjiortlonnient or even Kitchener, and other poems ON RATIFICATION. foothills, nnd Iteenlc stayed with mo whatever his motives, wns not slow to It to 4.V). IfusMMMtylrvtaMyvfS grasp tho situation, For years Irene there. There was no one else " Slnep 1700, when the first count of hnd not spoken of Dnvo Klden, nnd tho "No one? No ranchmen, cowboys mother hnd grown to hope that the PLAN THROUGH THE HOLIDAfS the people was made, tho house hns I heard" Which do you say auto or cow punchers I think hnvo ride. taken n Jump upwnrd In membership SYNOPSIS. old nttnrhment had died down nnd with nice disdain. every ten yenrs, with two exceptions. horseback?" would presently ho quite forgotten In "No. Only young Klden" In these The first house of represetitnllves, "I enn't go horseback CIIATTEn ! -- Llvlnir with hl father on "Only? Who Is this young Klden?" n new nnd more becoming pnsslon. email, badly manmed ranch. David Knox Resolution for Separate Peace which wns crented by constitution chnnge." Klden ha reached the age of eighteen clothes nnd I don't want to "Hut he Is Just n boy. Just the son The fact Is that Irene nt thnt time Considered a Last Retort Modified pportlonment. contnlned only 05 mem with few educational advantage. An acI)ave pressed n button nnd the omof the old rancher of whom I have would have been quite Incnpnblc of cident to the auto In which Dr. Hardy, Lodge Reservations Are Gaining cr. The apportionment under the slating her relntlon toward li.dcn nnd eminent eaatern phylcln, and hi" daugh nipresent Chinese "hoy" stood before told you." census of 1700 Incrensed the memberMore Supporter. Irene, are touring- - the, country, bring him. "My enr," ho said. "Tho two Is Just n girl. Its' Influence upon her nttltudo to life. Hardy' "Kxuctly. And Irene a new element Into Till life. Dr. ship to 100. nnd the growth by ileendes pnssengor cnr. I shall not want n Doctor Hnrdy, you nre nil very well She wns hy no means sure that she la broken, and lie la necerlljr to hli bed. Krlendahlp. and since thnt date Ims been ns follows: By JAM-- S P. HORNADAY. driver." Then, continuing to Mis with your fevers nnd your chills, but loved that sunburnt boy of romantic more, develop between Irene and Washington. The treaty of pence 800! Wi members; 1810. 180 mem Morrison: "You will need something you enn't diagnose n love case worth memory; she wns by no means sure Dard. more than that cont. Let me see. My n cent. Whnt nhout this young Kl- thnt she should ever marry him, jet with Germany will have Its last chance icrs; 18'JO, 21.1; 1K10, 212; 1810. 2.12; CIlAITr.rt It -I- rena greatly enloya the his development In life be whnt It In the United States senate soon after 1850, 2.17 (In these two decades the unconventional freedom of ranch lire, and smoking Jacket should lit." much of him?" with David ttpene I In n few minutes Ihoy were thrand den? Did Irene see In membership from her Hardy' recovery spread his hands. "Do would; hut she felt that her heart wns .lanunry 5, the dale on which congress house Itdecreased 18.10); 1800. 211; 1870, Dr. The doctor Into .......... .... affection. On n.rl with th was In whnt it r Ing their wny through the street traf- you were four of locked, nt least for the present, to nil will reassemble. A goodly number of 21.1: that there tending that David will seek to Improve 1N0. .1.12; 1S!X). 357; J00O. .1ft ; Presently tho us utrealize ranch four only, nnd no other suitors. In Dave's mnchlno. She had given her senators bine remained here during hi poltlon In life and they will meet fic thnt , ml 1010, 115. trafllc thinned, nnd the cnr hummed one else for miles? How could she promise, mid I tin t settled the matter. the congressional recess for the exagain. of Notwithstanding her Indifference the press purpose of trying to arrive nt an Gain for States With Big Cities. f'llAITKn III The audden death of hla through long residential nvenues they help seeing him?" agreement under which the treaty can Dun I J with practically comfortable homes. On and on girl found herself encouraging father leave The grentest Increase In represent!! "And you permitted It?" nothing but the few bare acre of the sped, until the city streets nnd the be ratified. Ucprescritatlvcs of the Ion has tnken place In the stntes In ndvnnces, or nt least not meetman having through "I was on my back with n broken ranch, the elder year of dissipation wated the Income. city lights fell behind nnd the cnr was leg. We were guests at their home. ing them with tho rebuffs whlrh several groups Into which the senate which Inrge cities hnvo sprung up dur- Ill debt paid, David goe to the nenreat swinging nlong n line country rnnd town, determined to keep hi promise to They were good Samaritans to us. 1 hnd been her habit townrd nil other divided on the treaty nre participating ng the last century. For Instance, New through u land marked with strenms Irene hy acquiring an education and maksuitors, nnd Mrs. Hardy's hopes grew In the Informal conferences thnt nre York state started off In 1700 with ing hlmef worthy of her lie ecure the nnd bridges nnd blocked out with frn couldn't chaperon her. And besides being held. No One. however well In only ten representatives. Today thnt flrat work offered, driving a team for a they don't do things that wny In thnt ns the nttnchnient nppnrently devel formed, would undertake to say nt this state lias 4.1 sents In the house. I'enn grant bluffs of young poplars. coal dealer, and meet a man named country. You don't understand. It' oped. Hut they were soon to be age, hy whom ha I about hi nun time what the outcome of this final sylvniiin. started off In 1870 with 1.1 At last, nfter nn hour's steady driv nltogether different." lid into dlmlpallon ing In a delight of motion too keen for Irene hnd gone with Cnrlton to the effort to pa vi the wiiy for rntlfientlon members of the body nnd now hns .10; "Andrew," said Mrs. Hardy, leaning ClIAPTI-of clean mind. conversation, lliey pulled up on the David determine to get away from hi forward, nnd the word wns ominous, theater; nfterwnrd to supper. It wns will be. All that can be said with Illinois wns not represented nt nil In uncongenial eurroundlngs, nnd rate brow of n hill. Dnve switched off his that senators representing the house until 1810, nnd then by one only Llong pnst midnight when she renched eertninty bring him Into contact with Mr. Melvln lights, the better to nppreclnte the for she used his Chrlstlnn name Duncan, who ee the Inherent good In the In moments of crisis, "was Irene ever home. She knocked at her mothers each of the poll I leal groups are show member only. Thnt stnte now hns 27 boy and welcotnei him to hla home, where mnjesty of the night, nnd In the sidoor nnd Immediately entered. Her Ing n disposition to forget whnt has representatives. Ohio wns represent he meet IMIth, hi hof pretty daughter, lence emtio the low murmur of water. with this young man alone?" and begin tne coveted eduratlon. The doctor arose to his feet nnd hair was disheveled nnd her cheeks gone before and to get together on a (1 hy one member In 1800. and through There were no words. They snt nnd trod henvlly upon the rich cnrpctlngs. were flushed, nnd she walked unstead- ratification resolution. Increase In population hns gained 22 ritAITEtt V -- Attracting the favorable hrotithed It. The senate will reconvene with the seats In the house. msnaglnif editor of a "I told you you don't understand," he ily ncross the room. attention of the reporter. Suddenly, from n sharp hend behind protested. "The West Is not the Knst. nepaper, David tierome agood look "What's the matter, Irene? What's resolution offered by Senator Knox for It Is Interesting to note that some Kdlth. arutely aenelhle of hla the matter, child? Aro you sick?" a separate peace with Germany on the of the stntes hnvo no more represent...... In the rond, flashed tho lights of nn Everything Is different" anil Rrnerm w.iiii'itrpw, tn.iH ... him, though with the memory of Irene In nppro.iehlng car. Dave was ahle to "I Ktippose human nnturc Is differ- cried her mother, springing from her calendar subject to action nt nny time. atives than they had when the flrst hi heart. Iwvld doc not perceive It. switch his own Jlghts on again only ent," she Interrupted meaningly. Then bed. This Is a Joint resolution, which means houe nssetnbled. One of these Is vlJ "No, I'm not sick," said tho girl bru ndvance to a po- In tlmo to nvold n collision. The on- her head fell upon tho table nnd her OHAPTRIt thnt to be ndopted It would have to Connecticut, which had five members on the newepaper. sition of fu1" receive u majority vote In both senute of the house that wns created by the Conwnnl renew ni qualntnneeahln with coming cnr lurched nnd pnssed hnnds went up about her hair. It tnlly. "I'm drunk He ee Oh, don't say thnt,"snld her mother and house, and having received sucl constitutional apportionment. In 1610 David, for hi own advantage riously, but not before Dnve had reconce but wns the town I "ripe" for n tmom through ognized Conwnrd ns the driver. Hack had been brown hair - n vote It would go to "Proper people do not hethe president for that state hnd 7 representatives, and Divld eeure the backing of the now thin nnd strenked with gray. "Oh. soothingly for w heme In which he I Inter- on Its trail of dust Moated the tlhnld Andrew," she wept, "we are mined his signature. In answering n question In 1S20 and 1S30, 0, hut now It Is ested, and the two. n ("onward and notes of women. Vlrglnln also has the submitted to him by Senator Fall more back to 5. lilden. go Into the real etate bulne. That we should ever hnve como to "Close enough," said Dnve when the this I" II same number than two mouths ago. President of representatives toHo remained silent for a few mo- dust had settled. "Well, let us Jog son snld that mider no 'circumstances day that she had In tho first congress, It wns now Doctor Hardy's turn to ments. Ho decided tint t follow her back homo." would ho ever sign n resolution pro 10. In 1810 that state occupied 2.1 he exasperated. There was one thing Ho knew Hint If slje hntl anyload. They look the return trip leisurely, viding for n separate peace with tier- sents, but nlong nhout 1810 the numy ubnnt Conwnnl drinking In the glories of the night his philosophy could not endure. Thnt explicit to thing many, and so It Is nstircd that If the ber went down, to 15, und ten yenrs u person who was not and who IK...... TI lm would my It when she ft'lt the nnd nllowlng time for the piny of con- wns KMI y imhix resolution snoiiin go uiroimi Inter to 1,1, and a little Inter bnck to Mrs. would not be philosophical. time to tic opportune, und not until versation. Hert Morrison was n good congress It would be veloi'il. nnd thnt the orlglnnl numb r. Hardy was not nnd would not be philthen. conversationalist. Her points of In- osophical. National Forest Policy Needed. would mean that It would hnve lo re "How much dial you Invest?" terest were nlmost Infinite. And they s ceive n The American Forestry association vote In eneh branch "This Is nil nonsense!" sold tho doc"Not much. Just whnt I had." were back among the street lights Is calling of a national forest polof congress, or fall by the wayside "There Is nothing tor. Impatiently. "You mm ti nil your savings?" they knew. icy that will provide for the reto It. anyway. The girl had to have Only as a Last Resort. "Why not? It's nil right. Isn't It?" "Oh, I nlmost forgot," Hert said, a timber The Knox resolution Is looked upon forestation of all wns stundlug by they parted, ns though she really had some company. What If they did ride , He had risen nnd lint together? i nil efforts to Innds on the public domain nnd ns the last resort. If the window. forgotten. "I was ut a reception to"Ther rode together? Alono?" compose the (inferences In the senate nlso nil such lands ns mny be owned "It's nil right. Isn't It?" sho repent- day when n beautiful woman nsked Pack, presb "They had their horses nfong." said on the treaty should fall, the Knox privately. Chnrles ed. I had ever heard for you nsked me If believes tlie the doctor, whose Impatience hnd resolution would," In the Judgment ol dent of the nssoclatlon, "I'm nfrnld It Isn't!" he snld. nt of Mr. David Klden." only permaneni solution of the paper , made way for sarcasm. length, In a restrained voice. "I'm practically nil the senators, pro!nlil '"What. Dave Klden, the millionIs to be found In reforesta"You nre mocking me. In this hour a mnJorjJ vote In both sen problem command afraid It Isn't" aire?' I said. 'livery body knows him. of shnuio you are making Jests. Call tion, on n brood scale. He would Jiegln you mean?" she demand "What do ate nnd house. It Is doubtful, luxW tiie Hp's the beitu of tlie town." or could work on the lnnds from which pulp Irene." ever, say the best Informed senators be If he wanted to.' Oh, I gave you The girl wns summoned. Her flno "No, I'm Not Sick," said the Girl Bru-- and representatives, whether it couli wood has been tnken. He points out "Hert." he continued, "did It ever n good name. Dave." face hndi lost some of Its hrownness, s occur to you thnl this thing must hnve majority. thnt In 1SS9 the pulp wood Industry ever command n tally. "I'm Drunk." "Thanks. Hert. That was decent. and tho eyes seemed deeper and wood, that Jen nn end thnt we cun't go on forever Who was she?" next two weeks Interest will used 1.0SC.0O0 cords of For the years Inter It used 4,000.000 cords nnd slower, but she was still n vision of come drunk. You may have hod too lifting ourselves hy our own "She said her name was Irene grace nnd beauty ns she stood In re- much champagne nnd tomorrow you renter not In the Knox resolution, but that for the Inst live yenrs the nver-ng- o We hnve built u city here, n Hardy." In the sincere effort on the part of a sponse to their cnll, framed In the will have n headache" consumption has been around city, nlmost ns a grent nnd beautiful large number of senators to revive the cords u year. During the Inst curtains of nn nrchwny. Her quick t. "Mother I I have had too much treaty and open the wny for Its ratltl magic wizard might build It by CHAPTER VIII. nine yenrs, according to his figures, sense cnught the tense atmosphere, champagne, but not ns much ns thnt There wits room for It here; cntlon. The lechnlcnllty over the ques nnd she came forward with parted precious Cnrlton of yours had plnnned the mills have used 0,201,000 cords of there was occasion; there was Justifi Upon tho return of Irene Hardy tition ns to whether the trenty Is still Imported pulp wood lingers. in nddlilon to tho for. I Just wanted to see how descation. Hut there wus neither occa- the Kast It hail slowly become appar- lips nnd extended by before the somite Is lo be waived "Yes?" she said. "What Is wrong? picable he was, and, I floated downenormous cut In tho United Stntes. sion nor Justification for turning miles ent to her mother that things were not those senators who believe thnt the According to tho view of the Ameristream with him ns far as I dared. and miles of prulrle land Into city lots ns they once had been. It seemed as Can I help?" "Your father has confessed," said Hut Just ns the current got too swift proper course would be for President can forestry association, foresight lots which In the nature of things though she had left part of her nature Wilson to withdraw the trenty nnd would huve dictated the reforestation Mrs. Hardy, trying hard to speak with I struck for shore. Oh, we made n cannot iosslbly. In your time or mine, behind had outgrown It, perhaps "Now tell us about scene, nil right, but nobody knew me resubmit It. In the conferences thn of every ncre of the r bind In Judicial calm. be required for city panoses. These and had created about herself nn your relations with this young Klden. there, so the family nnme Is snfe and nre now going on nnd will continue the United Stntes. The annual report lots should be producing; wheat, oats, of reserve foreign to her until the senate conies back nfter the United Stntes forester Just Ispotatoes, cows, butler that Is what earlier life. It seemed ns though the this cow puncher. Let us know the you enn rest In pence. I cnlled n taxi, holidays, the Lodge rosorvo' of the nnd when he tried, to follow me In I sued shows that the rate of depletion we must build our city on. We have loneliness of the great plains had worst." Irene's eyes flew from her mother slapped him und kicked him. Kicked tlons, which failed some weeks ngo, of the forests Is more than twice, been considering the effect rathpr than settled upon her. are being ued ns the basis for peace probably three times, what Is actually Dreadfully undignified to her father's face, nnd there they him. mother. causu Is the country, the cause. The "Whatever has come over Irene?" caught something thnt restored their wnsn't It? And that's what negnt hit Ions. Those senntors who In being produced by growth In u form It the neglected country, nnd until said Mrs. Hardy to the doctor one eveyou want me to marry. In place of a the enrller tngos of the senate's work serviceable for products other then overtakes the city we must btand still, ning. "She hasn't been the same since calm. on the treaty fnvored ratification with firewood. That government official calls wns no worst," she said man I" "There If we do not go back. Our prosperity she came home. I should not have let with a ripple of laughter, "hut there Mrs. Hardy wns chattering with out reservations are now saying t 'attention to the ever retreating sources has been built on borrowed money, her go west nlone." wns n good deal of best. Shall 1 tell mortification Her senntors who have from the first In of timber supply. He notes that alnnd excitement. and we hnve forgotten that borrowed The doctor looked np mildly from you the best?" slsted on reservations, that they nn ready the supplies of all the great' plans hnd miscarried. Irene had mismoney must some thno bo repaid." his paper. It was tho custom of the "Irene," said her mother severely, behaved. Irene was a difficult, head- willing to accept without change the eastern centers of production tire apIs about "Von mean that the boom doctor to look up mildly when Mrs. "did you penult thnt young man to strong child. It wus useless to argue most of the Lodge reservations. They proaching exhaustion. Kven In the to burst?" she said. Hardy made n statement demanding make love to you?" with her In lier present mood. It wns would like to hove the preamble, which South, he says, most of the mills have "Not exactly burst. It will not bo somo form of recognition. From the "I did not give him permission. If useless to nrguc with her In nny mood. stipulates that the treaty shall not not more than ten or fifteen years' supso Rudden ns that. It will Just ooze wldu Initiation Into domestic affairs operative as to the United away like u toy balloon pricked with which his profession had given him that answers you, because he didn't No doubt Cnrlton hud been Impetuous. become until three of the four major ply of virgin timber ahead of them. , nsk It." Nevertheless he stood high In his set States pin." n Government Action Needed. Doctor Hardy had long since entirely Mrs. Hnrdy hnd risen. "Andrew, nnd his father was something of n allied nations shall nccept the reserva In the early years of the present There was slleuco for some minutes. ceased to look for the absolute In United Stntes sen It's power In the financial world. As the tlons made by the century it looked as though tlie manWhen she spoke ut length It wus with woman. He hud never looXtd for It you henr thnt? She confesses. Whnt will wife of such n man Irene might have nte, stricken out, and they would Ilk agement of forests as permanent proa tlngo of bitterness. "So you are In man. He realized that In Mrs. drendfull Horrible say?" a enreer from to obtain modifications of three or four ductive properties might be voluntarily n enreer before her unloading?" Hardy he did not possess a perfect "No worse than you hnve said, I'll which at Ienst some of the glory would of the reservations. Tho Ann Is. I beg you, Hert, to mate, hut he was equnlly convinced undertaken by private owners on a How Allied Nations .Feel reflect upon the silvering head of the believe (hut If I had known your In- that In no other woman would ho havo be bound." put In tho doctor. large scale, hut since then the situa"Yes, take her part. What care you mother of Mrs. Carlton. Itecoiit Information thnt has come to tion has materially changed. The need tention I would have tried to dissuade found n perfect mute, und he accepted "Co to your room," she said nt senators to tho effect thnt Great Hrlt for the adoption of mi enlarged profor the family name?" you." his lot with the philosophy of his "I have n right to speak for the length. "You nre In no condition to aln, France. Itnly nnd Japan will prob gram of acquisition, the forester points "Why m particularly? I am only sixty years. So reminding fnmlly nnme," snld the doctor firmly. Jnstend of talk tonight. I must say It Is n shamo ably be willing to nccept most of the out, has become Increasingly urgent. ono of the grout public. Why don't his wife that Irene had not been alone "It was mine before It wns yours. I that you can't go out for nn evening Lodge reservations provided the pre- More than twenty years ago tho divito the when you giro your conclusions she went west he remarked very world? Now that you see the reaction mildly thnt the girl was growing older. ennnot see that the family namo has without drinking too much nnd mak- amble Is eliminated. Is having some sion of forestry, as It was then called, been compromised In the slightest de- ing n scene. . . . What will Mr. Influence on the situation. Senators offered lo give ndvlco and assistance honesty suggest setting In doesn't Mrs. Hardy found In his remark oc- gree. This Is Irene's flrst ndventure. Carlton think of you?" are now led to believe that even th to private timber owners who might what your course should be?" casion to lay down the book she had It will pass away. And even If It does "If ho remembers nil I told him reservation expressing the disapproval wish to consider applying forest manThere was reproach In her voice, been holding and to sit upright In it nhout himself he'll hnve enough to of tho United States of the Shantung agement to their properties. Hy the Dave thought, rather than, bitterness. 'rigidity of Intense disapproval. Doc- not he Is n mnnly boy." Mrs. Hnrdy surveyed her husband think of," the girl blazed back. "You award In the treaty might bo accept middle of 1005 requests had been reHo spread out his hands. "What's tor Hardy wus nwuro that this wns the use? The harm Is done. To pre- entirely it theatrical attitude, assumed hopelessly, then turned to Irene. know- -; (What I hnvo told you and still nblc to Grent Hrltnln and Japan, pro ceived for tho examination of private dict a collapse would bo to precipitate for the purpose of Imposing upon him "Hnve you made any promises?" nny Mister Carlton stands ns high In your vlded the preamble Is not made a part holdings, large nnd small, comprising "Only Hint I wouldn't make sight ns ever. I nm the ono to blnme. of the ratification resolution. a panic. It as though wo wero passen- a proper humility. in ull 10,000,000 acres of land. Many Ho hud experipromises until he had his chance, Thnt Very well. I've tried your choice nnd The negotiations thnt nre under wn of these requests were from large lumgers on n boat nt sea. You nnd I enced It many times. seemed fair." I've tried my own. Now I urn In n seek to eliminate partisan politic ns ber companies nnd other owners of know the bont Is sinking, but tho "Doctor Hardy," said his wlfo nfter "I suppose you aro receiving letters position to Judge. There will bo noth- far ns possible mid necessnrlly the extensive timber tracts. On the other pussengers don't. They nro the lapso of itu appropriate period, from him?" ing to talk about In tho morning. aro not Inking Into account persons I making merry with chnmpagno nnd "do you consider that nn Intelligent strength of the showing mudu by the "No." Mention Carlton's name to me again the setmte or outside of thnt body wb preliminary examinations, a number of motorenrs If you can accept that fig- remnrk?" "Why doesn't ho wrlto?" opinions with these largo owners entered Into coand I will give the whole Incident to hold uncompromising ure and revelry nnd easy money. "It has the ndvuntngc of truthfulFor the first tlmo Irene's eyes fell tho papers . . . with photographs respect to the treaty. Why spoil their remaining few hours ness," returned tho doctor complaoperative agreements for the preparaMay Reduce Size of House. by telling them they arc headed for cently, "It Is susceptible of demon- and the color mounted richer In her . . . nnd nnmes. Fancy the feature tion of working plans. cheeks. She had to confess now, not heading, 'Society Girl, Intoxlcntcd. The census committee of the tw Hut private forest Interests failed the bottom?" stration." Good bronchos of congress him, Taxi. nrw already to follow up the beginning, und the Kicks Escort Out of for herself but for Aftr a moment she placed her lin"I should think this Is u matter of night." to tho now ap government and tho states, In the "Ho can't wrlto," she said. giving thought gers on Ms nrm. "Forgive me, Dave," sufficient Interest to the fnmlly to be "Merciful heiivensl" exclaimed Mrs. of members of the opinion of tho forester, must Join portlonment (Continued next week.) seriously," retorted Mrs. Hardy, collapsing Into n chair. . . . discussed she said. "I didn't mean to whine." house of representatives, which will hands to work out u program that Hardy, who had nn unfortunate habit "Andrew,, bring mo a stimulant." "You dldu't whine," he returned, nlhnvo to bo worked out by them ns soon will correlate public and pilvato efmost fiercely, "It's not you. You aro of becoming exnsperated by her husns tho bureau of the census mi forts looking to the protection and Tho outcome was thut Mrs. Hardy Spain. Territory Taken From "Irene Is our Insisted upon Irene embarking nt onco too good a sport. Hut there will ha band's good humor. of (ho now count o proper administration of forests. Tho At the close of the War with Spain nounces the result lots of whining In tho coming months." ouly child, und heforu your very eyes upon a finishing course. Afterward the American government obtained the people. At present there tiro 4!W function of tho federal government. Do you they Manlike, It did not occur to Dave that you sei her you see her traveled together for u year In possession of I'orto ltlco, Gunm nnd members In tho house The consensus In addition to handling tho national X begin I reully begin to susIn that moment tho girl had hidden know, Kurope. Then homo again, Irene pur the Philippines, ngreelng to pay Spain of opinion ninong persons who huv forests, It Is suggested, would bo to pect that she's In love." goodhy to her savings of n dozen given the subject study Is that this I sued her urt, und her mother surguldo und co ordinutu state It wus Doctor Hardy's turn to sit rounded her with the social attractions $20,000,000 and give Spanish ships spe- too many; that n deliberative bod stlmulute, conduct necessary Investiyears und hud merely looked up und action und cial trading privileges In the I'hlllp-plne- s persons gations regarding (ho best methods of said, "Forgive me, Dnve, I didn't upright. "Nonsense I" he said. "Why which Doctor Hardy's comfortable Infor ten years. Neither state- composed of that number of should she bo In love?" It Is the unmean to whine." come nnd professional standing made hood nor citizenship was promised to becomes unwieldy and Is not produc forestry, to usslst the states, In the philosopher possible. Her purpose wus obvious any of the Islands taken over and they tive of tho best results. Hut win Ho glanced at his watch. "It's lato fortunate limitation of the classification of land, und to harmonho so often leaves Irrational be- and but thluly disguised. She hoped are governed as territorial possessions. tho census committees get dowu t ize action betweeu the different stutes. for; a theater," ho suld, "but we can that Mm Tfve COW PUNCHER Robert J.C.Siead hwh.oth 111 HOPE ill WJEfiw tr lr ron-fin- aome-thln- a- 1T1 1 Cnrl-Ion- 's Con-war- shnt-lere- n j VI.-Da- new-pip- 1 J - two-third- o Mm cut-ov- sxsi r. 1 two-third- boot-strap- over-nigh- cut-ove- ... 1 THE CITIZEN BEREA COUNCILMEN TAKE OATH OF OFFICE On Monday nlghl, January 5, tho BEREA COLLEGE WEEKLY CALENDAR January 8, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A W. H. Slowe. of Eaton, Ohio, was a visitor in Bcrca this week. Scientific horso shooing, fine Iron W. C. Englo has been appointed work and repairs of all descriptions Magistrate by Governor Morrow, to at tho Collego Blacksmith Shop, fill tho unexpired term of Judgo Main Street, north of Tho Citizen Andrew Isaacs. ad. Office. W. II. Griflln, a former Berea mid now a successful con tractor and buildcrv of Norwood, L. & N. TIME TABLE Ohio, was a visitor hero this wcck. Northbound Mrs. Oma Gott, of Ravenna, spent 1 3:38 a. m. Train No. 3 Wednesday and Thursday of this Train No. 3812:48 p. m. week with her mother, Mrs. Mar Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. on Rutherford, garet Ilobinson Southbound Chestnut street. Tho Jackson Street Lcaguo will Train No. 3112:46 a. m. lmliU Ua annual meeting at tho Train No. 3312:25 p. m. Hiomo of Mr. and Mrs. Herndon, on Train No. 37 1:10 p.m. Monday evening next, January 12th, at 7:30, sharp. W. n. Walden is in Frankfort LcVant Dodge, President the meeling of the General Assembly. Watch and wait for January 26. Mr.. Eva Wahlen is going to move her sloro into tho brick building Something great going to happen. across the street, by February 10. A community affair In which everyDaisy Marie, Welch Hltle daugh- body Is Interested, at the College ter of John Welch, is very sick with Chapel. whooping cough. Mrs. n. J. Engle, of Lancaster, was CRASE WILLIAMS a business visitor in Bcrca. Monday. Craso and Miss Mr. Leonard Mrs. Tilford Wagers and Mrs. Bertha Williams, students of Berea, Viznor were business visitors at were married on Christmas Evo by Lexington this week. Vogel, tho pastor of tho Born to Mr. and Mm. W. B. Jones, Rev. Carl E. at his homo. Parkway street, Saturday, Janu- Methodist Church, of ary 3 a little daughter, Elizabeth I.ucile. BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs Nannie Gabbard (and Mrs. There were 129 persons present last Sunday Binam Pitts have left for an ex- at Sunday-scho- ol tended visit with relatives at Louis morning with 60 Bibles. Tho col- -! ville and points In Ohio. lection amounted to $5.50. President and Mrs. Frost spent The teaclicrs are pleased wnn unSunday in Washington with their graded literature, and aro preparson, Wesley, who is Assistant Trade, ing tn crado all pupils on attend- Administrator ip the Department of sinreL BiblcSi collcclion, lesson Best Blacksmithing slu-!ilp- Slate atniliful nm! Mr. and Mrs. Hcnion tieiacr anarnl ,iuarlcr. . small son, G. W., have returned j denorlment the ores p.iJmn, rinnro-- FiMrWa! WASTED BUTTON Ronhld fafter Church sorvico): brother, Mr. Algin Fielder, and family, in Richmond, Ind., and visiting "I say, sis, did tho preacher really Mrs Finlrlnn'a nnrnnf.Q Mr. nnd Mrs. mean that those black peoplo don't .nh Mr , WCar ClotllCS?" W UnnVni-- .In Sister: "Yes, quilo true." Kv. Thev'wcre accompanied homo Ronald: 'Then, what was the by her sister, Miss Maymo Parker, of Washington, D. a, who returned good of grandpa putting a button in Wednesday lo that place to resume tho collection?" London Blighty. her work in the Office of Markets, The Misses Jewell and Lillian Ogg have returned lo their respec-liv- b plnces of (caching in Ohio, after spending Christmas and New Years's holidays with their parents near Berea. Unfile McKinncy, who has had her tonsils removed at tho Robinson Hospital, is doing nicely. Edgar Moore and Oscar Hayes, of Bcrca, haVo just returned from Mississippi. Rev. Holder has purchased a house and lot of Mrs. Martha Early near the Methodist Church. Miss Wilson has beeen visiting Miss Neva Chrisman of Berea. They were roommates while in tho Conservatory of Music. Miss Fanny Bowles has returned from a visit to her parents during Hie holidays. Bob IJay, an enterprising merJ cant of Hyden, is visiting in Berea I his week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinnard, of Des Moines, Iows, aro guests fct Boono Tavern this week. Mr. and Mrs. James entertained a party of young ladies and gentlemen at their rcsidenco on Chestnut street New Year's night, and "with merry jest tho hour flow by tijl midnight struck. Then Cinderella and her sister, tho Prince and his fcllowman all departed of pumpkin hastily, regardless coaches, slippers, lost viel, or anything. They went homo in Mother Shipton's Coach without horses. A delightful time was reported by everyone. Miss Con-cinnatl Sailor Sale! Ladies: I have on sale 25 Black Pressed Beaver Sailors, former price $4.00, now to be sold at $1.98 while last! they following men, recently clcolod as Thursday, January 8, to Thursday January IS. councilmen, look tho oalh of of fice: J. F. Dean, E. F. Coylo, J, W. Thursday, January 8 Welch, J. M. Coylo, J. W. Stephens, 0:30-10:n.tn., Divided Chapol: and John Muncy. Main Chapel, Lecture, Mr. Bral-lla- r. J. L. Gay Is Mayor; It II. Chris-ma- n, treasurer; Edward Fothcrglll, 1:50 In Vocatlond Chapel, Lecture, clerk; and R. J. Abncy, marshall. Mrt Bralllar, Agricultural subThe committees for tho year ject. Citizens Inviled. wore appointed Tho following !i e. p.m.. 0 Prudential tho list: Committee on Sanitation, J. M. (1:15-7:p.m., Dormitory Prayer i:oyln and J. W. Welch. Meetings. on Streets, E. F. Coylo Cnmmltleo 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m.. Church Prayer Meetiiud J. W. Stephens. ing. Committee on' Law and Order; Friday, January 9 J. W. Stephens and J. F. Dean. Committee on Building, John R:30, 10:00, 2:15, Lectures In Vocational Chapel, Mr. Bralllar. AgMuncy and J. M. Coyle. ricultural subject. Citizens InCommittee on Claims, J. F Dean vited. nnd K. F. Coyle. a.m., Department Confer-- ! Tim regular monthly meeting of 0:30-9:5- 0 ences. Hie Board will bo held next Tues3:15-5:2- 0 p.m., Cabinet. day night. 0:15-7:3- 0 p.m.. Department Faculty Meetings: (7:10, roll, call; 0:10, adPUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES journments College: The Call tn E. F. Dizney, Prln. Christian Service Ralne. NorWe are compelled to turn away mal Proposed Legislation Dix. somo very worthy students from Academy: Report of Committee otitsido for lack of room. on Hcallh. Vocational: Our All tho teachers aro back on tho Raymond. Problems , job again with prospects of our in Foundation: Pa's on Students. creased attendance. Saturday. January 10 Tho rcc.ent zero weather found 7:35, 10:55, 1:00, Lectures in Vocaour janitor on hand with every tional Chapel. Mr. Rralliar. Agschool room perfectly comfortable. ricultural subject. Citizens Incough Measles and whooping vited. still hang around. They havo dono 9:30-9:5- 0 a.m., Divided Chapels. their worst, perhaps. At any event, School In Parish Foundation the Robinson Hospital is closo by House. help. for advice and 0:15-7:3- 0 p.m.. Free Vesper Hour Wonderful cures nnd help camo p.m. Literary Societies. 7 lo families last year from tho Sunday, January 11 physical examinations given by tho Sunday-school. a.m.. College Robinson Hospital. Wo aro hoping may bo able to secure this 0:15-7:thai we p.m.. Young Peoples' same service again this year. Meetings. Tho popular school lunch Is p.m., Chapel Worship: again in full swing, with most of 730-3- 0 t'pper Chapel. Raine; Main Chapel, in line for duly. the old stand-by- s Raymond.Mrs. Best is still chairman of tho Monday, January 12 enterprise. 0:30-9:5- 0 a.m. Department Chapel". Donations in the way of turnips, 10:00-12:0- 0 a.m., Private Examinacabbages, potatoes, onions, molas . tions as Arranged by Deans. ses, jam, meat, eggs, buttery etc. p.m., Preparation for Re-- f be duly appreciated by tho 1:25-3:will reption in Men's Dormitories. lunch hoard. Several school chil 3 p.m, Reception in Mens dren havo mado contributions. Dormitories. Pleaso remember that you aro In 0:15-7:p.m. Band Practice, Vesvited to tho next Parent-Teache- rs' per Social, Calls. meeting, Tuesday afternoon at 3 Tuesday, January 13 o'clock, January 13. 0:30-0:5- 0 a.m., Deparlmcnt Chapeh. 7:00-8:0- 0 p.m., Harmonla, Chpral UNION CHURCH Classes. Hi- - Miifrliitu will anonV In ITnlnn Wednesday, January 14 Church next Sunday at 11 a. mdptra 0'30-0:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapel. "Our Earthly Limitations as Sug- 3:15-5:2- 0 p.m., Cabinet. gesting Our Immortality." G: p.m., Vesper Exhibition The topic for Thursday evening Lecture on Birds, Mr. Speed. at 7:30 will be, "Man's Extremity, Thursday, January 15 God's Opportunity." 9:30-10:a.m. Divided Chapel; Lecture, Main Chapel, President Frost. 0. L. GABBARD, AUCTIONEER p.m., Prudential Comin Madison and adjoining counties. 3:15-5:2- 0 mittee. Sco mo at tho Welch Barber Shop. p.m., "Dormitory Prayer Consult me before setting dato of 0:1)5-7:4w-3- 1. Meeting. sale. 7.30-8:p.m. Church Prayer Meet30 3:13-5:2Com-mllle30 CONDENSED STATEMENT of the condition of Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY at the close of business on January 5, 1920: I.ons and Discounts 3G5I0!X;.23 U. S. Bonds and Certificate! 99,950.00 4,220.00 War Saving Certificates Federal Reserve Rank Stocks 5 Per Cent Fund Ranking House and Fixtures Cash and Due from Ranks :. 1,950.00 1,250.00 500.00 100,372.10 Total $573,33833 Capital Stock Surplus Circulation- Undivided Profits Individual Deposits.- .Dividends Unpaid $25,000.00 40,000.00 25,000.00 2,071.70 479,730.63 r Re-llei- ., 930.00 $573,338.33 Total -- T JOHN W. WELCH, Pre.. J. L. GAY, Cashier 30-0:- 9:45-10:- 15 OAKLAND OWNKlt--S ItCGULAKLY KEI'OKT ItCTUItNS W KltOM II TO 26 MIL3 KKOM TUB GALLON OK GASOI.INK AND KUOM S.fin TO 1100 Ml LBS ON TIItKS - 25 25-5:- 30 THIS OAKL INDSKNSIIII.K SIX IS TOWKUKD WITH Tilt KAUOl'S OVEUIIRAD-VALV- i: OAKLAND KNG1NK OAKLAND steadily growing popularity of the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this ous and economical service. Even in those districts where roads are unimproved and garage lacilitics are lew and far bctwcccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt isa comfortpetently, 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. 30 SENSIBLE SIX 30 THE well-mad- 30 30 Sailors, all colors while they last, $1.75 50 Velvet and Felt 50 Assorted HAT FOR SALE ing. EASTERN (Continued tons good mixed hay by ton or car load. James Todd, Paint Lick. t.f Twenty-fiv- e easy-ridin- KENTUCKY NEWS tram Fags Eight) $1.00 to $1.50 while they last. for children, Hats from $2.50 down to $2.00 each bargains. 12 Velours at $3.00 each, all colors. 3 Beavers, former price $10, now $5.00 12 Velvet Tarns, quality milk; gentle disposition; prico reasonable. Call at residence near N. Bcrca limil on Dixie Highway. J. P. Roberts. t.f. LOST COW FOR SALE Young winter cow; fine Must clear up stock for room to work on wholesale stock reward. on tho Collego Campus, on Decem31, a black walrus pocket book, 3x0 inches wide, containing a small sum of money and a number of Asheville, N. C, cards. Finder pleaso return to Miss Jesslo Mooro at tho Boarding Hall and receivo ber Mrs Laura Jones Berea, Ky. COMMUNITY KITCHEN ANNOUNCEMENT Jan. 17. Roast Beef, not more 15c than per lb. Jan. Doughnuts 15 and 20c per doz. 24. Oysters, fried and scalloped. (Prico printed later). Cup Cako 3c per cako uniced. REAL ESTATE Quality" Clothes Shoes and Hats vj KM HI BVA .1 MfXAAT J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky John F. Dean J. W Herndon Wo aro still selling real estate. Tho miners' strikes puts no change to our business. Wo havo some especially attractive propositions to offer Just now too many lo give accurate descriptions of all, but If you want a farm, houso and lot or vacant property, come and see us. John Dean continues at The Bank, And though ho's tall and lean and lank, Ho'll soli your land and write your deeds And look after your flnanolal needs. Herndon keeps up his rambling round, Through country side and In town; But If you wanOa house and land. Just' wink at him he'll understand. Come on le DEAN & HERNDON Berea Kentucky Wallaceton Wallaceton, Dee. 29. Mrs. Will Henry, of Duluth, is spending the Christmas holidays with her parent, R. W. Elkins. Miss Fannio KIdd came in to spend Christmas day with home folks. II. H. Soper and children ami Mr. andMrs. Joe Goodrich spent Christmas day with the Gentrys. Friends of Edd and Willio Wallaco wcro a litllo surprised to hear of their weddings, which look place December 2Uh. Wilie was married at tho Christian Church parsonage in Berea to Miss They spent their Ola Johnson. honeymoon in Richmond, and are now at his homo in Wallaceton. Kdd was married tho samo day in Pulaski county to Miss Vinio Stevens, a school teacher of thai county. Edd and his wifo will not bo at homo for two weeks. Both girls aro beautiful, well accomplished girls, and wo are glad thoy, got such good husbands. Wo hope they will always bo happy and enjoy the long years before them. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin and children, of Waco, spent Christmas with R. W. F.lkln.-Bai- ley Gentry and Bill Elkins went to Red Lick Friday for a drove of sheep. Misses Graco anil Dora Gentry and Clara Bowlin spent Friday of last week with Mrs. Taylor Ilolkin.- - RolierJ Elkin and family, Chester Elkin and family, Mrs. Will Henry and Addio Henry spent Sunday with Ed Elkin anil family Jim bhclton and fumily havo recently moved to tho widow Creech's properly near Wallaceton, which ho has rented for tho coming year. Mrs. Brashearcr still remains in very poor health. Georgo Creech and wifo havo gono to Harlan to live with his mother. Miss Maude vidd Is back homo again. Wo (alien to nave cnurcii at mo nap-li- st Church yesterday on account of tho paslor, Rev. Georgo Childress, being III. ToumNQCABANhltOADaTm HOTS P.O. II. 1'ontuu.Mich. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 New Coal Dealer Having bought out the coal business formerly owned by Mr. Dallus Wilson, L am prepared to servo all his customers and alKnew ones, at tho samo location on Depot SlrcoL Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho city. Give us a call or phono No. 01. DR. REUEL BARTLETT announces tho removal of his office lo tho Front Suite of Rooms Berea National Bank Building Obstetrics, General Practice and Children's Diseases. Ortlco Hours: 8:30-10:a.ra. 2 JO- - 4:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon and Sundays by appointment. Phono: Ofllco Rcsidenco 3. 00 7-- 2; 7-- FARM FOR SALE J. S. Gott Berea hundred acres; 30 in cultivation; about CO in grass; rest in timOno Kentucky A New Real Estate Firm you are interested in Real Estate in Rockcastle If ber. Lies on pike, closo lo school and churohes. Drilling for oil withmile. Good five-roin ono-ha- lf houso and good barn; good orchard. om Never-falli- ng water. J. E. 3w-2- 7 Piltman, Dreyfus, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S County, either buying or selling farms or town Jewelry Store FOR property,, please see First Class Repairing AND , CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, B rod head, Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. s Ky. BEREA, KY .Innnnry 8, 1020 TUB CIT1ZBN ADVERTISING RATES RAISED JOHN . . P.-.- go Five A family Newspaper for nil "W"0 adopt,,! a resolution providing r ' ,u" BEREA PUBLISHING CO. " V Increased subscrJptlon prices and ',' ' sum-co- st (Incnrpor.l.d) advertising rales ncocssllatcd by ' "K of vcnly, Iho final place WM. G. FROST, rdilotJnKl.f suddenly, near tho of production. J. O. LEHMAN, M.n.iin Editor wns born nn,, reared and wl",t, Tho resolution follows: That un- Subtcrlptlon Rate dor existing and prospocllvo costs where most of his years wcro lived, 1'AYAHLK IN ADVANCE Mr. While was ono of tho great On Yrar tl.Ml of production (he subscription rales Mi Sli Montha of newspapers should bo for wcok'- -l cavalier stalcsmen of tho mountains', M) Thrrc Month lies not loss than 31.50 a year and He came of good blood and strong e Rend money by or Exprci Monry not less than $24. bi nlns. Ho belonged to a family Order, Draft, Itarlitrrrd letter, or on. and two for "rL'luE'.f.., . . , a year; Hint tho minimum rato for whose sons were daring, rcaricss, 1.1- -1 .i His pioneer forcfa-inc- h what data your lutrtcnpiion ! paid, u It N not advertising should bo 20 cents an itidependcnl. than it 1 within thrr wrtkaatW rrnewal notify for papers with a circulation Hier, Col. Hugh While, came, more 01. MUtlnff numtr will l rlaillr upplll If w up In 1,000 copies, with n reason- -j than a century ago, from Virginia ar notifll, Ltttrral trmi glvm to any who obtain new aur ablo advanco above 20 cents an incli nml became tho founder of a largo erlptloni for tit. Any nrw MmrilntT m four yrarljr iinil prosperous family In Kcnluc- tubcrtptlonf ran rrcalre The Cltlicn trm tot for all circulation abovo 1,000. on year. riw Mows print aittinllon in thy ky. AtWrrtlilntfratMon application. He was one of Kentucky's gentle I'niloi! Static is so gravo Hint it ftlmtilil tin filnnPil firutitr finvnrnmnnf He had read widely, WHAT EVERYONE SIIOULDKNOW , Lu,mA r. a im.lfnr.l I bought deeply, and never spared Tho Fourlecnlh Decennial Census nmnn(fPP WM,orn NoW9pDprr Union, lime nor pains to arrivo al tho of tho United Slates Is onl Cinciuall. He contended that tho litilh. Ho was a splendid examplo Under the immcdialo direction of concerns using the most paper aro busy philosopher, Oeorgo M. Iluchannan. Jr., Supor din Inrirn rtnillna Hin! rntilrl nnattM r u,0 smplo but tnr i.t. .1 ' ' V " Tm '3 , visor of the 110 census district of . '.. " ' ' "" 8unomS uuu .V" "I" --j renaiia enlimomtira will speaker continued, "theso papclw cnll at every dwelling house in this ore in a position to get tho supply, He had arrived al bis conclusions community to sccuro Iho Informa- while Iho 'local press' or, as It Is about life, religion, ethics in gen eral by long study, and ho always tion necessary to fill out tho ques- better known, tho small-tow- n newstions contained on tho printed cen- paper is not so fortunate. Tho Jaled tlieni with a fearlessness and a directness given lo fow men I havo sus schedules. country newspapers suffer becauso Questions covering tho following of limited supply and exorbitant ever known. He was a great debater and a points will be nsked of every person prices. lawyer of power. Quick at rep in Hie Un(ted Slates: "These country papers aro just as ' artee, clever in argument, relent Sex fundamental to oftr plan of govuse of satire, ho always Color or raco ernment and American ideals as the less in proved to lie a dangerous appo-nen- t Ago nl last birthday public schools and if endangered on the. stump or the jdatform Whether single, married, wid- must receive government Jle was a famous conversation owed or divorced alist. I havo heard him talk by llirthplacc of person enumerated Iho day. with only an occasional and birthplaces of father and AMERICAN LEGION PRAISED pause, pouring out a stream of his- mother, giving names of both country and provinco if forolgn born Fniimtrinn. nn n.Urr... ... rinnn n lory, anecdote, personal experience, of Occupation, specifying trado or I.. McCreadv nt Christ Church finJ polllienl comment, Ho profession, olso Industry in which thedral on "Amoricanism," tho Ken- -, thrillingly interesting kind. employed and tho lucky Press Association indorsed tho k,,l'w "ln, "f 1,10 Whether attending school 'interesting in mountain history American l.eirton. n fntlnwn? Whether ablo to read "Tho American Legion, in iu!,l,im ay ni;m 1 avc om" kown- Whether oblo to writo work nml 100 nerrenl r.lennnr elll-- ! He 'vilS famllar With details or Whether ablo to speak English ,,.,,,1,,, an(j 00 percent Amcrlcan-AVholh- cr good anil, had in me development. homo is owned Or rcnl- - l,m. nrn nledcnd our snnnnrl. n nit of Kastern Kentucky, but lie spread ed. and if owned whether is froo limes." abroad tho good. of encumbrance or is mortgaged He was a friend of people. For In regard 'o tho legion Dean Persons of foreign birth will bo had said: "Tncsc men have lirieen years I never met him withnsked questions concerning theso shown themselves worthy in war out discovering that ho had time additional points: and peace. They aro the hope of to exchange grcclings cordially to Year of immigration tho the Americans." ami sland and talk about sensibto United States and intoresUng thinps. Hi,s keen Whether naturalized, and if so tho; .sense of humor always held mo THE PRICELESS POSSESSION OF year of naturalization longer than lie often bad time to FREE SPEECH Mother tnnguo or nalivo lanstay guage. I never knew him In bis homo Freedom of speech, abused as it i at limes, is a possession loo prec- life, but a man of his fine qualities Every Farm Visited .Census enumerator also will call ious lo lie jeopardized by any fear among men, nnd his chivalrous con ' nl every farm in this community of tho folly that free speech allows. duct towards women, could not lo secure the Information neces- History shows as plainly as may have been other than a good bus sary to fill out tho questions con- be that the dangers of repression hand and a worthy and devoted tained on tho agrlculluro schedule. are far greater than the dangers of father. Bach farmer will be asked ques- free and full and foolish cxprcs- -j ' Manv will remember him as traveler. tions concerning the acrcago and sion. It Is the natural thing when sige. a great horse-bac- k valuo of his farm; whether ho we bear a man talking what seems a fearless advocate of justice, and owns, rents or partly owns, and to us arrant nonsense to decide that a friend of men and a scholar partly rents tho land ho farms; tho ho ought, to bo shut up; but the rilizon. John F. Smith, valuo of tho buildings, machinery nonsense of ono ago has often been and implements belonging to bis the accepted wisdom of the next, MRS. .ERNBERG ENTERTAINS farm; Iho quantity of all crops and without freedom of speech and Mr. Anna F.rnberg gave a reccp raised on his farm d'nrlng tho year ""'scusslon no democracy can exist. lion and tea for tho Members of " cranhs utiK so long as tnoy the Convocation of Berea Collcgo at 1010! nnd m.mv other nuest ons ' '" " . .. which cover all possible farm op- - 'lo not Preach violence or treason.; "U vCw Year's after ,'ft H'""" inn, tvJmn lin. tin Hint nilntoh llinm ...... ....v.. ...-...v.... noon. The living and dining rooms eraiions. If our sV,,Pm of government Is An absolutely accurate and com- be, on plete census vitally concerns the founded, ns we bclicvo II . tlm fitifli if ttsMin Ifin irlnrir s comrnnnuy and or weuare ot .7' sisi,i,,o. In the dining room Mrs o " 01- evory person living in iu ' siMnir nml Mrs nodirn nonred. an. u u u rwau " fical population for the next ten oborne and Miss " hn, years will be determined by the " lice.1 he noblo words . .AAA Miltnn. written Ihrnn hnnrlrnH vnnra MeilOW asxisieil UlC liutiis iiimm : census oi. iau. i . ... ni?n. Thnv nrn fllnculnrW nnnrn. 1UU tile gUOSlS. tie reaaywun your answers wnen : ;,arR(J nIlm,,pp of 10 Con A census man can, at your nouse. -tie present. New Year's "w Yo0ao lo f 7 vocation wcro wcro CMlnjrjMl nnd a h b ,n lho congratulated' unon tho carlh- - 80 ladv foolbS i neW' w0 do nelriousIy to mis- -' very pleasant social occasion started o5i mffi taanTat cof.egT ,Lct lege I aci.lt. doe, he play?" she was asked. "I S,n,8'HWM f"JPPlo: w"? over knew she answered, "but M nim pui io uio wono ra a ireo ana flon't know." encounter?' -S- outhern Agri- think ho Is ono of tho drawbacks.", I NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK 'I'lin Kentucky Press Association that it right nl I ho morning session, December true, and Interesting meeting at 31, of Its Holnl Henry Wnllcrsbn in Loulsvlllo, PoMUhnl cvrry Thurntajr at nrni, Kir. mld-wlnlcr The Citizen D. WHITE ANSWERS THE riNAL SUMMONS KiVilncky lias lost ono of her . The Citizen Fountain Pen This pen retails at $2 oo and $2 5 j. Wc give it and one year's subscription to The Citizen for To anyone who will send us three subscriptions lor one year at $1 so each (the regular sub fcription prici) wc will give a pen free $z. 00. f'"'' r r,M' . son- - In John I n"W hllo ' of -n ., ""'' '" . ...fl.l G SELF-FILLIN- FOUNTAIN $2.00 PEN t'ont-nnV- semi-weekli- es ' Tho pens aro mado by skilled workmen from high grado Tho pen points aro solid UK gold, lipped with hard iridium. They aro hand tempered, hand buffed and smooth writers. Tho scientific construction of tho feed or ink conductor carries ma-teri- al, lho ink to tho point in Just tho proper amount. Tho subscapil-lar- y ducts retain molsluro at tho pen point and provcnl tho ink from flooding. Tho nulomatlo filling deviso is of lho visiblo compression button style. Tho direct button controlled prcssuro upon tho bar, gels a full supply of ink by simply dipping lho point in lho ink, depressing lho button and releasing no muss, no fuss, or soiled Angers simplicity, convenience and cloanliness. Tho most practical and reliable pen ever oilcrcd lo tho public Every pen has a "Wawco" unlimited guarantee in tho box witli tho pen. .,,,.. man-schola- KENTUCKY NEWS 'I'"' T' (Continued from page one) ltilji .lie.- - At the ItiMiincf of the lilteil Stele Service, clilorlllt II InrRe (iiiiiilll, Iin lieell pill in wilier 111 clink 1.1MI Hie xpreiiil of tplmM Big Removal Sale I am going to move across the street into the Red Brick Building, and expect to be there by February 10, 1920 NOW is your chance to get some REAL BARGAINS. I still have A NICE SELECTION OF HATS FOR 50c, 98c, $1.25, $1.98, and up to $4.98 COATS, SUITS, SWEATERS, and WOOL DRESSES at Removal Sale Prices t' In my new location I will be with a $10,000 STOCK OF CLEAN, 'Johrny-on-the-Spo- t . or. lire, cunt mtlglit liilicli, ulieii li tiiiiipcilf. Is In fcrlmis '.(iinllllon. m Ininie.t Y. Clny, JlMiiilerMiii- .- A. .tll'.le lln. Intr SnnlH nl the MelhlMlNt nilf-Ii11 11 Curl pie. I (.xyiiry nrntiiMt Another trlnl will he nee- in the nnllt nf Itnhert Ilnrper .lnhii Miiihlns, over 1111 lire, the Jury having agreed lit inilo-molill- e this trlnl. Koincr-e- t. Nine hundred mid ttfty IdlN "f tciliiici-- iiliinted hy .Mrs. K. Vn Mover yielded .$1INI, mid next year she will Im her piitch from ten rows to lx uert'K. .iie folk-wisdo- m Bd letter received hy die imreiit of I'lipl- - l.iiC'uy I'. Johns, reported to Imve died In Slherln, states iluit he fXpects to leave Kusht for Vlncheler. A STYLES and everything Ready-to-Wea- r. intend to specialize on Hats, best styles, designed and made by the foremost of the country. I hat-make- rs home In Mny. 11 You can rest assured that if it comes from our store it is of the Best Style and Best Quality. I shall expect to see my old customers and many new ones at my new location Trade With Ut We'll Both Make Money Newport. lliirglnr who used high- powered touring cur stole twenty-sevenies of whisky valued nt $.1,7i0 from a vault nt the phint of the Wie demann Company. n Mrs. Eva Walden "Acres of Diamonds" The World's Greatest Lecture Delivered more than 5,000 times by dy D.invllle. J. M. Cif houglit n new saddle and gae It to hoy to put In his auto. It was put in the wrong car, the owner of which has kept it us a Christmas present. 11 Centillium. Curtis Humphrey Is In the hospital In a serious condition a the result of injuries received when hi a,ttfiipjed to. hoard the auto of L. (J. S. D. ICcarns while In motion. jiarro(lshiirgt dlnmond-polnte- Itankla has n Dr. Russell H. Conwell The World's Greatest Lecturer Those who have heard it are eager to hear it again. No one can afford to miss it. Every dollar that Dr. Conwell makes delivering it is given Had all his earnings to help poor students through school. from this source been kept and invested they would amount to more than $4,000,000 dollars today. gold pen he picked up on the l'crrville hattletleld, October S, 1S(K.', while engaged In relief work among the 8,000 dead and wounded. Itlchinoml. The youngest bride of record at the courthouse was married here when Miss Mettle F. Story, daughter of Itrutus Story, 13 years old, and were Klrksvllle, Frank Applegate, united. ar Frankfort. Jazz music at a dance ucrosx the way favored four prisoners who sawed their way out of the county Jail. They broke Into a tore, outlined themselves caped, y clothing ami es- College Chapel, Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 7:30 Admission 15 Doors will open at 7:10 Social privileges to students cents v ... a ut j ;- "i Hazard. Jasper Combs was danger oiisly wounded In attempting to wresi revolver from Alex (iuyhnrt, who was engaged In u quarrel with his iirother, llarnum Gaylinrt, at Hard Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. liut'iy. Private Kooms, uattis, blectric service. 11 Berea College Hospital Sun-t'arlo- r, "WSS " ' Olive Illll. (J. V. Stnpleton Ids two children, whom the moth er spirited uwaj IS months ago, In Co lumbus, Ohio, where she had nsked llio court to commit them to u chil dren's home. .Mrs. Thomas Marksberry, preacher husband Is In Jail at Covington charged with the murder of Jesse (ileiili, Is endeavoring to tell her little farm In this county to provide Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE , " Augusta. culturist. (Continued . rrom Fio One) whose, Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. H, Cowlky, M.D., Physician Robert Harlan Dudley; M.D., PliTslcian Maroaret S. Grant, M. D., Physician Miss Mary Lokoacke, R.N., Superintendent Miss Nellie Miller, R.N., Head Nurse , CHANGE IN RATES 1" crisp and tender that they'll keep coming back for more. T"1 VERY member of your family will enjoy the unusual I a goodness ol Crusader Milk Urend. The texture is so even and smooth, the crumb so light, the crust so Crusader JHittt Bread f LAHUE AND SMALL LOAVUS owes its goodness to the rich milk it contains. And that means utmost nourishment as well ns unusual flavor. For children it is unsurpassed they thrive on it. And this breatl is so easy to digest that till 'can partake of it. For sale by better grocers. Order n lurge or small loaf today." NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY organizations or agencies as aro en gaged in promoting public and prl maintenance. vato thrift. Walter W. Head, president of tho I.eltcblield.- - lJeorge, I'hll and Charley Omaha National Bank, dlscussinpr at Bankers' Convention Uaugherty, uegroes, who were sold as the American ut New Orleans, In 1S.VJ, and lho Plans for Thrift Week nnd snm; "'"ves separated. Jollied their mother, o.nce lho results already obtained thru who has passed the veirtury mark, for of the offorts of tho National Commit- u glad reunion here. tee, said: "Wo found tho men wanted some .Nlcliolasvllje. Tho report of a state concrcto principles lo guide them inspector shows dead birds lu the res in connection with tholr money mat- enolr mid mice, rats and other small ters, and so a financial creed or the unliimls In the opeu wells from which the city's' water supply In becured, ac10 commandments of a man's financounting, possibly, for 20 typhoid cases. to bo recommended.'' cial life, aro Hero aro tho commandments as Harrodsburg. The will of J. S. An laid down by Mr. Head: who herbalist, Choctaw ilersou, 1. Make a Budget. This requires amassed a large fortune, bequeaths estimating In advance how ones In- -. $10,000 to J. v. Wilson, colored preach come Is to bo spent and holps tho er, uml Ids friend In poverty in whoso Individual to flnd'tt moasuring rod.lut Here Andersons uody was nunea, l . ., i, 1 or nis spenuiug. Ashland. Two revenue otUcers and ox 3. Keep an Intelligent Record a biuad of policemen surrounding a Expenditures, shack lu a secluded spot on the river t. Hare a Bank Account in which there was u light, only to ilnd Carry Life Insurance, that supposed moonshiners were chick' 5: Make a Will. eus, with u lantern to keep them warm Own Your Own Home Erenta- Vancebiirg. J. T. Uackworth butch ally. l'ohiiid-Chlihog 'red a Pay Tour Bills Promptly. Invest In War Savings Stamps which weighed 783 pounds dressed, the hums weighing SO poiiuds each and other Government Securities, t. Spend Less Than Ton Earn. llrlcken Lebanon. .Mrs. Victoria 10. Share with Others. Thrift; Pi, wtiK found deed tit breakfast In the without benevolenco Is'a doubtful i..,,,,,, f ir!4. aUix italley. her grand I blessing. daughter, whom tlm was veiling. i Ue;inntng March 1, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per daj. Itj Order of Prudential Committee, lierea College Danville. Ed .Goode, who left his home her u when 18, und 1'iis.been lu every state of the iftilou and Cuuudlun provinces, returned for the llrst time lu 10 years fur a visit to his- - father. I'lidiuiilf. When an I. C freight train fulled to make a stop near Fulton, tho reman discovered that lCii'l-iie11 v Cutlettsburg. Walter Ward, serving two years lu the Atlanta penitentiary for having wished for an opportunity to shoot l'reddeut Wilson, according to wltuesses, will return home to hls,;-wi- fu and children, having been f lie. Will Morris was was found several miles bach, dyliiK boon afterwards. mlt-sln;- ilumphre', young sou of Chnrles Humphrey, of th county, whs struck by an uutoiuobllo on Church street und knocked unconconsciousness Ho regained scious. Oil wns found by squat- utter twenty-fou- r Lexlugton. hours but remains lu ters 011 u strip of despihed Texas laud u serious condition at New Harrison Inherited by V. C. lyne, former rue Hospital. lug secretary, mid his Christmas present Is $7r,iMK) back prollts, aaU u royMaysvllle. Oo account of runiom ally of $400 per day. of possible violence, Henry Kddlugs, confessed slayer of Hen Schumacher, Tennelly, who arrested at Lexington, was taken from Owensboro. wus lined In the Daviess circuit court the train eight miles out and brought several days ago for ussuult uml but- to jull In un automobile. tery and who hud u Judgment pending against him for $7,)O0 fur an ullegud Useful Asset utrikuig of un uutoiimblle containing Poet "I sent you some verses about three young women, with Ills largo cur, three weeks ago. What have you done has compromised the cases hy puylug with them?" Kdltor "I'm holdlnf 2,1J5 to three young women uud two Every little while lately I get each, and tho lino oi $175. them. others thinking Hint we are not getting out as we ought, and then I Lagrange. Mrs. Illedsoe Pliiuull good a paper as and see how much take those verses Sal-Htiled suit for $25,000 ugalnst Miss worse the sheet might be, ind that Smith, alleging tilleuutlou ot her makes me cheerful again l"hubband's uffectlous. Ithi-haro Pago Six THK CITIZEN January 8, 1020 BEREA COLLEGE and ALLIED SCHOOLS GOOD PREPARATION FOR LIFE Open to Young People of The Mountains A COURSE FOR EVERYBODY I. COLLEGIATE The crown of (ho wholo Institution, nnd provides standard courses In all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosoplrnl and Literary degrees. II. NORMAL Tho school which trains both rural and city teachers, Willi special ntlenlion given to rural teaching. Kqunl standing with Slalo Normals, and graduates nro given Slate certificates. and courses. Six-yecourse beyond the common branches for degreo of II. Pod. III. ACADEMY The Preparatory course of four years is tho straight road to .College. The English course of two years is designed for thoso who do not expect lo leach nor lo go thru college. It gives the best general education for those who cannot go further in school. IV. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subject. For Young Men: Agrirulture, Carpentry, Hricklaying. Printing, Hlacksmilhing, Painting and Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sowing, Nursng, Dookccping, nnd Stenography. V. FOUNDATION SCHOOL Gen eral education in tho common branches for students of good menial ability, nbovo 15 years of age, who have been deprived tho advantages of early education. VI. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Hand, and Orchestra. A tine opportunity It. become a good musioian at a very low cost. ar COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America boy or girl In the mountains can go through Herca for $150 n year. As each student Is required lo do some work, tho nbovo amount Is reduced by the amount of work performed. A student with, energy nnd reliability can grealty reduce tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect lo work out his cnllro expenses. PAYMENT MUST HE IN ADVANCE, nnd may bo in cash, or labor credils or both. Any ambitious College, or any of the Allied Departments, SJBi EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM, 1920 , rein BOM TOR ItlRUI GIrO Incidenlal Feo Hoom ' . $0.00 5.50 10.50 Hoard, Six Weeks Amount duo March 21, 1020 Hoard, five weeks, duo May ' $0.00 15.00 928.00 1, 1020. 13.75 11 920.50 12.50 Tolal for Term 9 .70 939.00 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract ?1 from abovo Incidental feo. For Collego studcnli add Ji. Every studonl must send FOUR DOLLARS DEPOSIT in advance, othcrwlso room will not bo reserved. Commerce, Sinography, Typewriting, aful Penmanship are from 50 cents to 91 a week extra. Muslo is also from 50 cents toll a week oxtra. Now is the time to make preparation for the Summer Term which begins June showing that tbey are above fifteen )earsof age, in good health, and of good character. before coming to Herca. Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulation, to the it, The use of tobacco Applicants must bring or send n testimonial or for the regular school year beginning September 15. is strictly fortliddcn, and tin re arc other regulations which you should know about College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bcren, Kentucky. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special FIRST AIDJDEPARTMENT Conducted by Prof. John F. Smith, State Sanitary Inspector WORMS h" "dew-poison- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science tiun.l 111,11 tun, I. If ...tl. ..If ...t ...... i, nail Willi I'UU- Iloes. creamed or In salad. Carrots diced with peas mnko nn atlractivo dish when creamed or in salad. Peas may be used scalloped with salmon, if you wish your dinner all in one dish. Canned corn may be used In several ways. In, ... I. -1 Investigator SHORTHORNS FOR ROCKCASTLE COUNTY The past year, 1919, has been a good year for the county in many respects. Tho improvement in live stock has been much more than in any previous year. Wo now havo more than sixty head of pure-bre- d Shorthorns in tho county, ranging in valuo from $100 lo $500 per head. This speaks well for us in tho cattle line. W. T. Hicks, of Wildic, ha3 a very nice herd of Shorthorns. Tho slro of his roan bull sold for $3,000. This certainly speaks well for his herd. Ho also has a cow for which ho paid $500. W. C. Johnson, Orlando, has a red Shorthorn bull for which ho paid $150. S. P. Caudill, Roundslono, has a Red Polled bull, for which ho paid $250. This calf weighed 800 pounds at eight months old. There aro a number of other pure-bre- of Agriculture, eleven members havo won solid bronzo medals in Rockcastle County. Tho members who won these medals will also be expected to attend this First Annual Meeting of Honored Club Members, to gather at Mt. Vernon n tho count. This will make a tolal of 21 boys and girls for the first meeting. Results of Club Work of 1919 Tho biggest yield of tomatoes by Vcrla Smith, Brodhcad; the biggest and cheapest production of pork, by Rosa and Hazel Carter, Wildio; and tho biggest yield of corn (07 bushels per aero) by Frank Johnson, Orlando, in County Agent Spence's territory were produced in Rockcastle County. Details of production will be found in this paper from lime to time this winter. Watch the paper. A REAL Bcrea, Kentucky, bulls in tho county thai range- from October 17, 1919 $100 to $300 in value. There are a few other breeds of Dear Readers: give you a sketch of pure brcds in tho county, but they I will try to ro aro not so numerous as the Short- experiences with the Junior two Club. I joined the club horns. years ago and decided to grow corn. On account of tho drought my aero TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF only raised 56 bushels of corn first ROCKCASTLE COUNTY year. This year I decided to try Thirteen of the Junior Agricul- my luck again in corn, which looks tural Club members of Rockcastle very well. Mr. Spence camo to my County have won certificates of houso one evening and wanted to merit, given by our State Collego look over my corn, so we looked it of Agriculture, at Lexington, this over. Then ho wanted to see my year. These certificates will bo record book, which was given lo the winners at a special About a month later I received a meeting called at Mt. Vernon by tho letter from Mr. Kcrchcr, Slalo Club County Agent in the near future. Leader, Lexington, sending mo my When tho meeting is called, every cortiflcato of appointment and the club member notified by tho County instructions to attend tho Stalo Fair Agent must respond and be at this as a County representative. meoting to rcceivo his or her cerTho Rockcastlo County boy was tificate. sick and unable to go, so it was In addition to tho above certifi- necessary to make tho second apcates, issued by our Slate Collego pointment, who was Homer Hansel, of Livingston. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Wo had a flno time on our trip, nnd after seeing all tho Uvo stock Hay and Grain, shows, there was a Judging contest, Corn No. 2 white $1.5001.52, Nc. 2 which I entered and came out first, yellow $i.48L50, No. a yellow $1.40 01.4S, No. 2 mixed $1.4701.49. No. 3 prizo being a $25 silver cup. This mixed $1.4101.40, white ear $1,520 trip did not cost us a cent. I shall 1.54, yellow eur $1.5401.50. never forget the flno livo stock, Sound Hay Timothy per ton $280 farm machinery and farm exhibits. 31.75, clover mixed $'8.5003.3, Wo boys, about eighty in number, clover $32037. had our tents right on tho fair Oats No. 2 whlto S8V4089c. No. 3 grounds near the big stock show white 8S0SS4O, No. 3 mixed 83080c. pavilion. Butter, Eggs and Poultry, There were so many things lo see Butter Wholo milk creamery extras and remember that I cannot toll GSV&c, llrfets 0314c, seconds G2&C, fancy you about them all. If you want dairy COc. to go liko T did and sco all I saw Eggs Hxtru llr.its 73c, Units 71c, nnd enjoy it like I did, you had llrsts 00c. bettor sco Mr. Spence, our County Uvo Poultry Fowls, 6 lbs and over Agent, nnd Join tho Junior Agricul27c, under 4 lbs 2'Je, roosters 17c, ture Club nnd do somothlng; this ducks, white, 4 lbs und over, 35c, will glvo you a chanco to go to tho young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 47c. Agri-cullute. ry d registered Shorthorn MESSAGE TO BOYS AND GIRLS Live stocK. Shipper $10.50010, Cuttle btcors, extra $12013, good 10 common to fair choice $10.50012, $0.50010; heifers, extra $lii13, good to vhulco $10012, common to fulr $00 0.50; cows, extra $10010.50, good to choice $7.5000.50, stackers uud feeders $0.50012. Culvos Kxtru $18.50010, fair to good $18018X0, common nnd lurgo butch-butch- State Fair. er $0012. Hogs Selected heavy shippers $14.50 good to choice puckers and $11.50, medium $11.50, com. butcher moil to cholco heavy fat sows $00 12.25, light shippers $11.50, pigs $110 14.50. I gathered my corn tho other day and found that I had 51 bushels, which cost mo $29.15 to make. Fifty ono bushels nl $1.00 per btiBhcl brought mo $81.00; $81.00 minus $29.45 equals $52.15 profit. You see it paid me tq raise, this aero of corn. I won a certificate of crodil last year from Slalo College of Agriculture, and I am expecting to win another this year. I will attend school in Herca this wintor. Yours truly, Rquben Lambert, Club Member source, nnd while burrowing thru Remembering the unhurried prepthe skin produce on feet or legs aration of somo of tho Ideal Home-make- rs The majority of children in coun- "loo-itcnnd ." you havo known, company try homes, ospucially in tho poorer 2. Many como from tho earth in comes less than an hour beforo homes, nro at some lime in their Ihr yard where children ent dirt, meal lime, you may perhaps marlives infected with worms. vel nl her composure. Tills samo Where do these worms , como or eat food with dirty hands. home-maknever seems to worry 3. Others come from raw moat from and how do the children get over what she will have for dinbeef, ham, sausage fish, fresh pork. them? ner, or supper to fill her largo famMany people believe children get Somo pcoplo often have the habit ily of growing boys and girls. of eating meal raw or only sightly them by eating green cucumbers, At (his time of tho year thcro Is apples, or raw tomatoes or pota- cooked. Tapeworms and trichina only one source for this Ideal Homo-umk- er toes, or from sour bread or peas usually como from this source. to keep her from doing what One and beans, or red meat. How is the Soil in the Yard mint of ti do each day worry, get grandmother expressed her opinion Polluted? fliistratcd, and finally buy somethus: "I tell you, I've seo worms 1. Hy chickens, ducks, turkeys, thing that wo know Is too expennnd wormy babies all my life, and oilier fowls, nnd often by pigs, sive because tho family must bo I jest believe they form in a child's lambs, calves and other farm fed. inside. They don't come form Somo of these are almost Those housekeepers who were not anywhere, but form and grow always infected with worms Ihat fnrtuuata onough to have garden there." This is widely believed. infect children. vegetable.' lo can may take this And another llng equally 6Zr 2. Hy human beings. This is suggestion: Buy all canned food by roneous is believed by many thous- especially (rue where n privy is the dozen or two dozen cans. Thcro ands of people: That children not available. Is never a loss in so doing, nnd alhave got to have worms; that they there- - is n gain. .T. Hy cats uud dogs. Thoso most always aro somehow inseparably connectis easily stored. nnimals aro frequently infected. Canned food ed in a mysterious way with tho Kggs of various kinds of worms Canned food is a quick nnd ready health and even Iho life of every pass addition lo n meal when company child. This causes children to bo groundfrom their intestine to tho arrives unexpectedly. Chooso a where rhildrcn often play. exposed constantly to tho sources brand you know is reliable nnd then How to Prevent Worms of infection, some of which aro buy a month's or two months' sup1. See that the place Is prorarely suspected by many good poo-pl- e. vided with a good sanitary privy. ply at n lime. The above statement as to the 2. Dipoo of cats and dogs. readiness of our canned foods for What are these Sources) In ndditon to worms, both eats and the lahle use might bo misleading. It seems necessary at first to say thai mo worm ever grows in a dogs may have tuberculosis, hy- Seldom should n can of food bo child's intestines unless cither tho drophobia, may scatter diphtheria, opened and eaten at once. AH tiny worm or a worm's egg first and cats may havo whooping eanned food has had the air exgets thcro somehow from tho out- cough, and arc accused of .spread- hausted from To replaco the meningitis. Nature has no power lo ing corebro-spinside. part of its natur.il taste and flavor, 3. Never permit a child to cat n enn should be opened, tho concreate worms out of any arrangement of tissues in the human body. brinul, or Anything ebe, If pos- tents poured out into n shallow bow But whore do these cgg3 of tiny sible, with duly face or hands. nnd allowed to "nir" an hour or two worms como from? I. Never eal meat raw or half before using whenovor this is pos1. Many come from the ground rooked. Always cook it thoroly. sible. This is possible in most about spots used by pcoplo as toil- Tins will destrby whafever tiny eases, if tho housekeeper will only ets. Hookworms come from this worms or eggs it may contain. think ahead. Perhaps one of tho things our winter diet lacks tho most is tho Nolc-Rcuhas won a solid bo exhausted within twclvo or flf- -, bronzo medal and a certificate from teen years; much of tho timber in mineral supplying foods wo havo in such abundance In summer and 1 I Stale College of Agriculture since 'll.,. T aim HI I tiiu i.unu oiuius is (juiie, uuu If... fall. Tho canned foods which help luui ho wrote this letter. Ho referred on tho Pacific Coast is being steadily supply this necessity in our bodies to the certificate In his last para- cut. are green beans, spinach, peas, tograph. Measures for reproduction, for matoes, nnd corn (if tho corn is not fire protection, and for other fea- loo hard). How many housckecp-(r- s PRODUCE REVIEWS a national forest policy, lo know only ono way of serving Trading has been very quiet on tures of forests provido aro these homely vegetables? Perhaps for tho butter and eggs during the week, absolutely essential at futuro, for tho sako of economy wo must this time. ns is usually Iho caso during tho It is necessary, In order to con- use sorno ono of these, two or three holidays. Prices aro showing a lowtimes a week In that cose wo er tendency both in consuming cen- duct forestry investigations, lo have should know two or Ihrco good way forest experiment stations located ters and producing territory. fixing them. Reserve slocks In slorago aro in various sections of tho country of Tnnynloes may Ibo cooked with and also lo provide existing stations above normal, and appear ample for with moro funds. Tho Citizen urges rleo or spaghetti. Tldjy may bo ftituro requirements. scalloped, giving a chance lo use Receipts of poultry aro light, and, you to write your sonalors and representatives In Congress nnd nsk moro bread crumbs. Cream of todun lo tho demand, thero has been mato soup, tomato sauce, and some advances in paying prices them to support Senato BUI No. 3558. This experiment station breaded tomatoes in a nest of throughout Iho country. mashed potatoes, all make variaReserve slocks of poultry in stor- would provido for such forest invesage appear to bo llghlor than a tigations as aro necessary in tho tions every housekeopor should try. Canned peas may bo creamed, may your ago. Southern Appalachians. Prepareil by Swift & Company, moro than thrco times as much alU. S. Yards, Chicago January 2, Another fake idea smashed! For cohol per capita as did tho U. S. 1920. years, men havo declared in other words, when pcoplo drink that France, Germany, and other largely wines and beers, thoy also BILL TO ESTABLISH FOREST European countries had "solved tho consumo moro strong liquors than EXPERIMENT STATION liquor problem" by encouragement other peoples, nnd consequently A bill has been Introduced by Senof beer and wlno and tho conse- moro absolute alcohol per capita. ator Overman which ought to quent, smnllor uso of stronger liquors. be. passed. Hut a tablo prepared by tho U. S. Town Plants 900 Trees. It provides an appropriation of Hurcau of Statistics shows that New 1 ted ford, Mass., Is Kettlng out $.5,000 to establish and maintain a Germany, Franco nnd Hungary not 000 trees this spring nnd this town forost experiment elation at Asbc-vil-lo, only used moro wlno or bcor than claims that It almost holds the record N. C. (ho U. S. per capita, hut actually fur the number of trees It possesses Our forest resources aro bolng de- also consumed moro strong liquors. In proportion to street mileage, to a report to the American pleted from two to thrco times as And Gabrlcllson, Swedish statistiForestry association of Washington, fast as our forests aro growing. Tbo cian, proves that cloven European whoso cimipiilgn for memorial trees supply In our eastern section Is countries each consumed moro ab- fur soldiers and sailors Is nation-wide- , rapidly approaching exhaustion; solute, alcohol per capita than did nnd which Is registering all such tho forest supply in tho South will tho U. S. In 1910, Franco consumed trees. er ani-mahv al Corn I Fritters can corn Mt cup milk 14 cup flour t lablespoonful salt 1 lablespoonful syrup I egg, if you havo IL Mix thoroughly. Drop from a teaspoon inio a hot fat and fry Uko doughnuts. Thcso with syrup mako mi amplo supper for a hungry family. 1 Corn Chops it bcn Left over creamed corn Is best to uso for this dish. Uso ns many line bread crumbs as aro necessary to make tho corn stiff enough lo shape in tho hands. Season with a little onion, sago nnd celery leaves. Shapo llko a pork chop; roll In flour and fry until brown on ono side, then turn and brown on tho other. Tomato snure Is very good with this. Corn Chowder This recipe has been printed In The Citizen bofore, but It is a valuable ono for cold night suppers nnd you may find It useful. A good kettle of this, with plenty of crackers, a cfm of fruit for dessert, and your supper will all bo planned. 1 can corn 1 onion 5 slices of fnt salt pork, cut In small cubes I cups of milk, or 2 cups of milk r and 2 cups of IV4 teaspoon salt Inrgo potato sut in small cubes 1 slolk colcry cut fine t cup of water Fry bacon, add onion and fry un-t- l' brown. Add potato, celery nnd water. Cook until potatoes aro sofL Add salt, corn and milk, nnd simmer 15 to 20 mlnulos. Servo with crackers or tonsled bread. Green beans and spinach may bo treated almost alike. Alter they havo "aired" lol them simmer down in their own liquid, adding n sllco or two of 'icsh bacon fat to season. Southerners liko green beans and nil greens boiled down nearly dry with plunty of fat, nnd so that limits Iho number of vnys thoy may be used. Tho iron in spinach Is very valuable, and vu should eat mice of iL Next week thoro will do somo suggestions for tho uso of canned rico-wate1 pc-Imps fruits. pro-liqu- or Unique 'Horticultural Club. Tukonm Park, I). C, has a horticultural club ttt 111) members, half of whom lire specialists nnd scientists of the United States department of This club was designed to promote gardening, culture of (lowers und beautifying of homo grounds, and to aid In civic Improvements, no well ns to hold contests nnd exhibitions or (lowers nnd vegetables. Tho club pur. chases seeds, bulbs, plants, fertilizer and garden Implements cooperatively for Its members. Kducatlonnl meet Ings nro held at regular Intervals. This year 2.1 prize, Including two loving cups nnd eleven gold nnd silver medals, ns well ns n savings bank account, will be uwnrded to club mem ugrl-cultur- e. hers for the best vegetable gardens. 4 . Jnntlnry 8, 1020 THK CITIZKN Page Sovcn impioveo umroiM internatiokal sunbaysohe ttly i. XL C. A, PLANS Prepared to Preach the Gospel REDS III 33 CITIES IN BIG ROUNDUP 1Htiir Dibit ItKV or Knajfati liiii in in Imlllulv of I'hitMgo I 11:0 Lesson .it.it, i OLBPR9GRAM Mrs. John D. u D. IV. Moody L'nlonl Covrlirlii Wrnnn Nwpir By REV. W. W. KETCHUM Director of the Evening Clastw, Moody MbletMtltute, Chicago Heads World LESSON FOR JANUARY THE BOLDNESS OF PETER JOHN. 18 AND Rockefeller, Jr., Seizes Government National Association's 1920 Rad'c2ls in Many Raids. Service Program. FOR WORK. HUNT TKXT Ho, as much as In mo Is, 1 am ready to preach the gospel to you that arc ,ut Itmne ulao, Horn. IDS, $3X00.000 NEEDED FOR 4,000 LEADERS LltMON TKXT Acta 4:1-3(KII.DKN Ti:.XT-W4- lrh y. lUnil fait In llir frtltU. iull you like men. be alronf -- I lor It. II. 11:32. S.10-AIIUITIUNAI. M.TKIItAI.-Ma- tl. II Tim I IMS. Ileb Ada i . . Leader Call Association a "Stabilizing Warrants Charge The Unit fiinilninentnl requisite In Pott.War Plot Against U. Influence" In Outlining preaching tho'gnspel In (lie. now lilrtli. No ono Is pre All Caught With S. Government-Evide- nce Con- Out ef f fTUfnuldUrl rtpiUl htre irmen all ibt I iktt irnlutry ind applied tcie nn all Iht roraforl and anIi-trattor- M Urate- Men. ritlMAUY . TO I'll) The 8lory of Two JUNIOlt for Jraua. INTI.lt.MKUI ATK AND HKNIOIt Courage to Do the ItlghL 1. Peter and John 1. Ily WIhiiii A t') TOIMC-I'e- ter and John Stand-in- s TOP-I- Arretted (vr. I I) priests mill Saililurccs. Tlie priests were Intolerant Iwrmistu those new teacher were cnero.'. hlng upon their ministerial functions. Tliu Slid iIihtcs iikim'(I llicm from doctrinal Tlioy denied the resurconsideration. rection f rum tin- - dead nml the future The life. mil netted (vv. t. 2). Although they were tin Intellect llhcmllsts of their day they were cruelly Intiileriint. The moil outMund-Inbigots of our tiny are the professed Ik watchword Intellectual whose "scholarship," vv. a, 4). I'eter nml 2. The ItfHiitt John were now put In confinement till the next ilny. It being too lute for trial thnt ilny. Though the npotlcs were held liy rhoili Christ continued to work, for the nunilier of believers hml .)im"I1iii now greatly Increased. helps Hod's cause. II. Peter and John on Trial (vv. IV 12). 1. The Inquiry (vv. They were naked, "Ily wind power, or In uluit name, have ye done this?" This Inquiry ndmltteil the reality of the miracle. 2. I'elor'a Answer (vv. With stinging sarcasm he showed lliein that , they were not being tried ni evil hut for doliiK good to Die helplesy nml needy man. He showed the of dealing with men os criminal who had merely relieved the Mif fcrlng and helpless limn fruin distress Unit the ruler were plneed In.n moil ridiculous nml emlinrnilni; Since they could not deny the tnlrnrle. I'eter holdly declared, "lie It known unto you nil. and to nil the people of Israel, thnt hy the unfile of Jcu Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucllled. whom (Jod raled from the dead, even hy hi in doth this in an stand before you whole. ThU Is the stone which wos set at naught hy you builder, which l hecome the head of the comer. NVItlier la there salvation In any other form; for there Is none other nnine under heat ou given among men whereby ye must he caved." III. The Impression Upon the (vv. 1. They marvelled (v. 1.1). The fact thnt the iimiiIoh xMike so holdly. unlearned men. caused them to marvel. They saw that the hehuvlor nmj words of I'eter were us unusual lit the miracle. 2. They took knowledge that they had heeii with Jesus (v. l.'l). They miw that iIioiikIi they had killed Jesus. Ida life and work were helm: reproHeine- with duced In hia disciples. (1) elves tan cxpoflentlul Christ knowledge of him. The one real ly knows Christ can and wlllTetlfj of him nml for film. (2) fllwy free doin from fear. I'eter, who Wiortly before this quailed hefore a Jewish maid, wax now hold hefore the most august nsseiulily of the Jews. (.1) Opens n man's lips. What the heart feels, the mouth must speak nut. .'I. The Judges commanded them not to speak In Chrlet's name (v. 18). They could not deny the miracle nor gainsay the accusation which I'eter brought against them, mi they attempted to Intimidate them. 4. I'eter and John's reply (vv. lt. 20). They expressed tliclr dftermlria tlon to disobey their Instructors they openly defied the Sauhcdriu. "Whether It he right In the sight of Cod to hearken unto you more than unto Cod. Judge ye: for we cannot speak the things which we have econ and heard." Ily this declaration they repudiated the authority of the ml en of Israel and set the church In a place from the Jewish of Independence ). San-hedrlbe-Ili- 1t state. Their release (v. 21). Having-furthe- r threatened them, the Kanhcd-rllet them go, as It hud no way to punish Ihem. since the people were on their side. IV. The Church at Prayer, (vv. ft. 2.1-3- Peter and John were set free they hastened away to their disciples and rehearsed to them their exThey took the matter to perience. Cod In prayer, and In their communion they turned to the Holy Scriptures for comfort and strength, Forgive and Forgiven. Of lit tit thai hopes lo he forgiven It Is Indispensably required that he for give. It Is, therefore, superfluous to urge any other motive. On lids great duty eternity Is suspended, and to lilm that refuses to practice It, the throne of mercy Is Inaccessible, and the Savior of the world hits been horn In vain. Johnson. Fellow-Workefellow-worker- Ah soon ny r With God. s In the We ore Cod's He Is de- faith lu Jesus Christ the source of all work of human salvation. .Mrs, John I) Itnrkefeller, Jr., man of tbe National Kducallonat en Comiiilllee of the 1020 ho Service I'ro.Tain of tho Young world. wants n Sail to en's Christian Association, bus bo a light unto the following statement! "Since the war we are more than tho Gentiles, he meet liltn on the ever awn re of Ibe economic. Industrial, road to Damas- educational, social and religious dlfll cus and first of nil by the proce of the new blrtl prepares him for preaching. preachers are those who have experienced the new birth. Without such an experience no one, though ho have nil the equipment the schools, colleges and seminaries con give, Is ready to preach the gospel. We fear that the new birth, which Is so fundn mental to n cull to preach, hns not been the experience of some who occupy our pulpits, ivid ns n result we have from these men the preaching of that which Is not the gospel. I'ltlnbly l blind themselves to the glorious of the grace of Cod, they are lenders of the blind and both leaders und led have fallen Into the ditch. The second fundnmcntnl requisite to prvochlngNls " knowledge of the gospel. No one Is rendy to preach the gospel who does not know It. The gospel Is constituted of fncts. These facts must be known by the preacher If he Is to make them known. I'aul MRS. JOHN O ROCKEFELLER, JR. sets them forth In I Cor. 15:3-- 1. They Chairman of the Educational nro that 'Christ died for our sins ac Committee of the Young WoHow cording to the Scriptures." men's Christian Association. much preaching there Is today thnt cultles which beset the lives of girls loaves out these great fundamental In meeting gospel, and, as n result, und women everywhere. facts of the he posl-wa- r needs of women tbe how few people, comparatively, are Young Women's Christian Association being saved. Is not this because many stands as .m Instrument of service, prenchers do not know the constitu- tested and proven by war, and organent facts of tho gospel, or, If they ilo ized to meet the manifold problem cf know them, hnve lost faith In them as peace the power of Cod unto salvation? "Because of Us fifty odd years of sx This lends me to say In the next pcrlcnee In meeting fundamental probplace that the third fundamental lems affecting girls, the Young Worn requisite to preaching the gospel Is en Christian Association Is an organ! fnlth In It. I'aul gives a ringing testi .ntlon particularly Qtted to exert a mony along this line. Ho says of the stabilizing Influence upon the troubled gospel that It Is the power of Cod times through n consistent progrum of d women. unto salvation. Do wo lack such a tervlce for girls "American women ore asking how faith? If so. wo nro not ready to hey may share In the world's reron prearh the gospel, for fnlth In Its ef fectiveness Is essential to preaching. strurtlon They can Co so by enlisting a 'he support of their communities for discovers An ntidlenco quickly preacher's lack of fnlth. His utter-onc- 'his World Service Program, which will tone of voice, face and manner nsure to tbe world a healthier and betwill betray him. He cannot speak ter womanhood. "This campaign of the T. W. C. A. with burning enthusiasm that carries people of the United States conviction If he himself lacks confi- to tell the shout Its work and to raise (3,000,000 dence In his message. It Is this very A. with which to carry on Y W Inck that bus driven some ministers work during 1020 In the United C States. to preaching thnt which Is not the Curope. China. Japan, India, South gospel. They hnve taken up some- America. I'gypt, Siberia and Mexico thing else and with It hop to do that will close the week of February 22 to wh'ch only tho gospel can accomplish. 0. which will be known as Y W G. A How such prenchers. If they know the Week. gospel, need our prnyers thnt their "The Federal Council of Churches faith In It may be restored I ivlll probably set one Sunday as a time Another fundamental requisite to for ministers throughout the country to preaching the gospel Is the emble address their congregations on general ment of iHiwer. Though n preacher conditions affecting women and the be born again, know the gospel and Young Women's Christian Association believe It to bo the power of Cod unto as an Instrument of service. "The Immediate task Is to bring to salvation, he Is not ready to prearh It until the power of Owl rests upon the people of the United States a him. That which does more harm In knowledge of conditions affecting the pulpits, next to heresy. Is powerless lives of women In all parts of tbe orthodoxy that Is pharlsulcnl In Its world. We con no longer Ignore the the exactness but dead splrltuully. Verily character, othermanner of life and the peoples, whether we ideals of In such caws the letter kllleth. What wnnt to os not A special call Is now Is needed Is power to rost opon tbe coming China, Association preacher, thnt the word he speaks Inpnn, to the and Southfrom America, India may Indeed be spirit and lifts. where work wns held bark during the God never purposed the trorpel to war because of the necessity for spebe preached with enticing words ol cial activity In France and the United man's wisdom, but In demonstration Slates. "The World Service Program calls It Is far of tho spirit and power. lively 'or $t.n00.000 Of this amount Sl.MX). more Interesting to hear kkI has already been secured " herttlc hold forth than to hear a powThe educational campaign commiterless orthodox mouth ovtr the twiets of the fnlth. No wonder people, who eo Includes among Its members Mrs know not tho gospel, go wherst theyi Itohert B Speer, president of tho Nn can bo entertalued by tho heretic, tlonal Iioard of tho Y, W. C. A.; Mrs rather than to a place where they will Henry I'. Davison, Mrs. Wllllnm Van be put to sleep by the droning of a V. Hayes. Mrs Itohert I Dickinson. Mrs. William Adams Brown, Mrs. Vnn dry orthodox. Mrs. I .owls II Sunfnrd Merle-SmitMay God give us prachr today Ijipbam Miss Kllcn Hale Stevenson, who know tho gospel theoretically and Mrs, Frederic It. I'ratt and Mrs. t experimentally, and who believe It to I.ee I'ratt, be the power of Cod unto salratkvn! And, 0 God. endue them with powvr SMALL Y. W. C. A. IS from on high, that their prvaehtus t COMMUNITY CENTER not In vain, but In the fullnesn and enersy of tho Holy Spirit! Recreation for Girls Is Important Fea. ture of Work, Fifty-twyoung women In the UnitSorrow of Lost Faith. "Hejolce In tho Lord always." Not ed States are known as Y. W. 0. A, All of which only when thing are plwisant, but "town secretaries." fifty-twnro organizing also when things are dark. It Is ouo means that tho recreation for of tho most Important features of community worklargo girls nndfor the In towns of less at ChrUtlun Joy that It ! not of outward clrcumstunceai, and therefore the world than 10.000 Inhabitants. Tho Y. W. O. A. may be In ono rentcan not destroy It, The Lord Is always more. It may he n whole sumo, and hts low und cure never ed room or the building, but at any rate there Is a recfull. If you have turned your face and If possible away from him your life may Indeed reation room writing rooms a kitchen, reading and If tbe Y he tilled with unutterable uadness, for W. O. A. hns n bulldlrc of Its own It there tu no sorrow so lutense as that becomes a community center, where all which enteru when one has lost hts women's organisation may meeL pared (o prencli who litis not been born again. Cod does not send Program for Women Federal Council of Churches to Announce "Y. W C, A, Sunday." of Communist for It spiracy Seized. of the rooitnontot. Upon it the orM muni ifettehd prtrftMof rrcooitrurtrOB fa bkh all have lo ihare. J, HILL. men to do tho work of evangelizing the It Wnshlnglon. Jan. 3. The United States government, through the dechair- partment of Justice, struck with all Its Cam-lui- l power nt the agitation that seeks to World overthrow It. WomWithout a hint or forecast, the full made force of federal authorities fell nn from coast to const, and, ns came Into the government henilqiliirters. where Wllllnm .1. Flynn. chief of the department's bureau of Investigation, sat directing the drive. It wns uld that thousands of America's foes hud heui I rapped In the nation's greatest raid. lliilds were conducted In the following cities: New York, Baltimore. Boston, Buffalo. Chicago, Cleveland, Denver. Des .Molns, Detroit. Crnnd Itaplds, Dart-forIndianapolis. Jacksonville. KanAngeles, Louisville, Misas City, lwaukee. Newnrk, Oinahii. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Portland (Me.), Portland (Ore.), Providence, San Frnnelseo. Scriinton, Spokane, St. I.oitK St. Paul. Springfield (Mass.), Syracuse, Toledo und Trenton. Deportations Planned. The object of the raids. Assistant Attorney General Onrvln said, wns to obtain for submission to the department of labor cased for deportation of "n very large iiuiiiImt of our most dangerous anarchists and radical agitators." Agents lof the department, he added, went out prepared to catch the radicals "with the goods on." The general charge of attempting to overthrow the government by force and violence was placed against the persons nrrested during the raids. Officials said they believed that several hundred members of the Communist and Communist Labor parties would lie behind tbe bars. The department of Justice has Issued 4,000 warrants for nrrest of radicals throughout the country. Attorney General Palmer personally directed the roundup. Federal officials stnted the raid had us Its aim the "ridding the United States of every alien who has plotted uglnst the American government." The deportment of Justice Issued n statement explaining the raid ngalnst the radical lenders throughout the country. The statement contained the following "manifesto," Issued by the Communist party, which had been seized previously and which provides evidence of the Communist plot : "The Communist pnrty of America Is the pnrty of the working class. The Communists of America propose to' end capitalism and organize a workers' Industrial republic. The workers must control Industry and dispose of the products of Industry. "The Communist pnrty Is a party realizing the limitations of all existing workers' organizations and proposes to develop the revolutionary movement necessary to free the workers fnim the oppression of capitalism. The Communist party Insists thnt the problems of the American worker are Identical with the problems of the workers of the world. "The Communist party Is the conscious expression of the class struggle of the workers ngalnst capitalism. Its aim is to direct this struggle to the conquest of political power, the overthrow of capitalism and the destruction of the bourgeois sate. "The Communist party prepares Itrmllonls The Successful Farmer Raises Bigger Crops and cuts down costs by investment in machinery. labor-saving reports Good prices for the farmers' crops encourage new investment, more production and greater prosperity. But the success of agriculture depends on the growth of railroads the modern beasts of burden that haul the crops to the world's markets. Cod-calle- lis go-pe- The railroads HHe the farms increase their output and cut down unit costs by the constant investment of new capital. With fair prices for the work they do, the railroads are able to attract new capital for expanding their facilities. Rates high enough to yield a fair return will insure railroad growth, and prevent costly traffic congestion, which invariably results in poorer service at higher cost. Cam-palg- National wealth can increase only as our railroads grow. Poor railroad service is dear at any No growing country can long pay the price of inadequate transportation facilities. price. fixity advertisement SlASociatioti hfBlailwmj cfeofcL it published by iht c, Thote drriring information concerning tht railroad situation may obtain literature iy tcriting to The Aitoaa-tio- n of Railvcay Executieee, CI Broadway, Ntxt York. OR. LYMAN ABBOTT Suggestive Hint. A pointed head of a government department, and he was anxious that all the members of the staff should work together In unison. He summoned the leading officials, and after delivering an address on the desirability of thorough concluded by saying: "Gentlemen, In my profession when a Jury disagrees It Is discharged, I think I need say no more I" certain eminent lawyer was ap- self for the revolution In the measure that It develops n program of Immediate action, expressing the mass struggles of the proletariat. The struggle must bo Inspired - Her-her- o fending nwon our negro workers. The negro problem Is a political and economic problem. Tho Despite Scarcity Sugar Exports High. Washington. In tho face of n grow racial oppression of the negro Is simply tho expression of his economic Ing fccnrclty of sugar more than u bil lion und u quarter pounds of sugar, bondage nml oppression, each Intensifying tbe other. This complicates the valued nt nearly '$97,000,000, wero from tho United States during negro problem, but does nut alter Its proletarian character. The Commun- tho lliht ten months of the present ist party will curry on ngltutlon year, u Department of Commerce reamong tho negro workers to unite port Issued bhows. Kxports, which won, them with nil work largely to the United Kingdom and France, exceeded In quantity X9 per ers." cent the amount sent out uf tho country during tho Mime period lust year Shoots Woman and delf. While this sugar was being shipped Toledo, O. Dec. 30. Tho lives of from the country American importers several passengers on a Pennsylvania brought In more than eight and u quartrain were endungered here when Ar ter billion pounds, valued ut ? 181,121,-00thur Jackson, u negro of Pittsburgh, Imports Increased only IT per Mlnit and futallv wounded Gerrrmtn cent, which, In comparison with the negrcss, and then tried to end Lowe, much larger exports Increase, olllcln.n his own life us a trulu wus duUIdit Into were of the opinion accounts In pun .the Uulou station. for tho dltllcultles tho American housewife Ik having, s ary spirit und purposes. Party of Action. "The Communist party Is fundamentally a party of action. It brings to the workers a consciousness of their oppression, of the Impossibility Improving their conditions under of capitalism. "The Communist party directs the of Dr. Lyman Ahbctt, editor-ln-ciilworkers' struggle against capitalism, developing fuller forms and purposes the Outlook for more thnn half a cen tury. who has Just celebrated his 84th In this struggle, culminating In the birthday. He Is us keen and alert as mass uctloti of tho revolution. ever and Tontlnuos In Intimate touch "In close connection with tho un- with world affairs. skilled workers Is the problem of the with revolution- PREVENT, PNEUMONIA Neglect of t timple cold is often the direct came of pneumonia. do not like to take nauseating medicine but 'do like the toothing effect of the external remedy, Thil-dr- en will pji sum ins aamzi Hramc'l Vapomentha Salve It applied by nibbing this delightful islve into the chett and under the armt. TU rnull b itaort liuuu relict Iron croup mtubourncMct ol pneumonia coio. it it tu noiMiti lor la lucroma Alter a kv applicuionl secern-'ueoJ- NH tlx Cl rMtm UU w well C! for crewa-uf- b, doctor, lor 10c 60c n4 11.20 eU drur ao4 feaertl More rrct umck upon rcqaeu to BRAME DRUG COMPANY N. Wilketbora, Porter-Moor- HC e Drug Co., Inc. l'ago Eight tcrilay. TIIE CITIZEN dee-otnl- January 8, 1020 ed Vogol on Chrlslmas day. His daugh-Ir- r, Charllo Peters was oalloddays with her cousin, Miss Ellzo-l- o hie baok. Tho tree was nicely and lit up. Each child reEuln, was married lo Noah father, 'John Peters, of both Swopi of this place Jack ceived a nlco Utile present, a twek Powell, son of Waller Powell, nnd Major, who Is very low with pa- - Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. of candy and fruits. After tfe his dniigfilor, Olnlha, lo Walker i r.lysls Luther Morgan, County W llllams, had tho mlsforluno of shot in tho leg with a twjenty-lio- s, prosonls wero distributed gaaea Richardson, son of Balloy Rlchnrdi of Hrcalhlll and Perry Coun-m- g was tho. guest of Clayton Row- - two rlflo by llobcrl Leo Monlgom-lan- d, wero played, all were treated le on. The ceremony wns performed fruit and cake. Tho evening was by lho Rov. J. W. nlehardeoap-Sholt- on SaturdayJames Wyatt, who cry, one of his lltllo playmalos. No eorTpondn publUhwl unlm linrd In full by the writer. The nm only wish that was seriously burned on tho facolMrs. Florence Mallard is making an much enjoyed, White, of Fayotlo county, TtHmce of good faith. WrIU pUlnly. n It not for pnbtlratlon. but Christmas would como oflenor nnd hands In tho oil fields, Is about' extended visit In Oklahoma nenr Lexington, spent vChrIslmai Trlsslo and Martha ilton Monlgomcry left Inst Tuesday Gtorgo Hamilton, of Mississippi, is with his brolhor-ln-laWllgufl lor yesterday for a few days' vhhll llos spent Christmas nt tho homo for Heron College, where ho will en- - visiting his brothers, Arch and Lu- - llunlcr-Th- oro is yet quite n lot of County News to her brother nnd sister. J. II. (if Hew Spenser of Meadow Creek, tor school. i ther Mrs. Mary Hill's mother aad lobneco rcmnlnlng In this locality. Dawson nnd family left January 1st father of Wallacoton, brother and Tho farmers nro taking advantage Paint Lick MoKee t,for Knox City, Mo, lo mako that ESTILL COUNTY wife, of Illinois, spent Christmas of every pretty day, stripping and I'ailll Lick, Jan. 5. Tho SOhool ...tit, nir.lr Golden and getting it ready for markek-Christn- ms Locust Branch MoKcc. Jan. 5, Glory bol Jack-'the- ir fuluro homo. Wllllo Hendor- Locust Iirauch, Dec 29. The peo- ..ponod Monday morning, having ci,Htircn sponl Christmas with hor son county is going to havo a pike! son passed thru hero last Thursday passed olT very quietly Me- l- fnl,,cr nt last. On December 23 a vote was with a nlco drovo of hegs which ho ple of this place are all about thru hnd two wee'-- vncnllon.-J- lm al mg um. Dllt Powell, of at this place. Mrs. Mary Walton, of Sales wero oalf, of Stanford, wns hero survey- - Jnckson counly, has bought the Nolnnd, visited friends In this taken to decido whether this county bought in Estill County. Fred Witt with their tobacco. James Hnrvcy rials- - fnm whoro Lawr0nco Powon now wns lo havo good roads, and Uio vote bought the lltllo farm from Harvoy good. Wc nro having some bad mif. Monday Saturday and Sunday. Hits t() llvLllW. Hosier Wallori was 818 for n plko nnd 211 against it Goodman yesterday for $1,000. weather at present. Clark Johnson Ion loft Saturday to rcsumo his A mov mi( w nnd ncrlha Crow Magistrates Jerry York and Smith Christmas passed off quietly here, and family linvo moved back Jo this work in Virginia. Mrs. C. A. Van - ,,.,, , ,,,,. in iho tmiun isllod their nunl, near Richmond, good place againMisses Kula ami Ola- - Winkle nnd children aro spending and Judgo Johnson were selected lo and everyone seemed lo havo a hopJ Lulhcr IInm,llon now UvM during Christmas holidays. Luey , ' ncr msu-rgo to Frankfort to get information limo; no whisky at all for tho boys Ilia Patrick, daughters of J. W. Pal- Lulll(jr nmlIlon ,ms boughl lho Cole nnd children spent Chris'raas est Miss Suslp Robinson . W. (o use, for which wo aro glad. rick, of Knob Llok. were married from the Road Commissioner as to movo t nnd w Sn,h with hor mother nnd other rclntivos how to proceed In tho building of Willie Gross will return next weok Christmas day to Walker Richard- - nnd Mr . I red Sl.ockloy were mar- am, Mrg n&mtllo nenr Nolnnd Sovcrnl of this place .. rhcir many . In lo the oil fields, whero ho will son nnd Noah Powell, of Panola. Ky.j nod last Iuos.tay. roads. L. Morris who has beon allomled (lie snlo of James RichardI his l lh" "" winter. Hamilton, Ohio for sovcral weeks, work They all will make their future 10 Bor'ea day ?n son of near Witt Balloy Wilson couple. rame home yesterday very sick with l.on.os at Panola.-M- rs. Wick Kin- B (ook (inncr wHh Mp Md and family aro visiting friends on measles.. Married on Now Year's, , dred is very sick at this writing- .CLAY COUNTY Malnous Friends' of Miss Calllo Rod Llrk this weok. Miss rtosctla Lainharl to Claud Mall-col- e. Boh Bingham is very sick with , Malcom Paint Lick Wnnrf. ror vnrrr mnnh nhnoknd and Tlio brido is the daughter of Malcom, Jan. 3. Mrs. W. M. bronchilis. Mrs. B. Powell is sick Paint Lick, Doe, 29. Mr. and Mr. btCV(Sa i0 jlcaP 0f ncP death Salur- Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Tyra Lalnhart, of this Is very 111 at present Mrs. ni huh writing. Mrs. ucssiu rowi-joiin rcnuiuswn ciiwjrmiuuu a uuu- - (, Coylo. Doe. 20. Christmas passed ftornoon. Burial look placo In place; the groom is tho grandson of Uebocca Browning is also very and baby aro no bettor at this her of their friends to an elaborate lMt mcnmon, cometery. niT very quietly In thii vicinlly. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gabbard, of Hurloy, poorly. Mr. and Mrs. FeUx York, writing. Ross Binghnm has moved dinner Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Berry, of Ohio, where ho has mado his homo for of Dorca, spent Inst week visiting lo tho C. W. Logsdon place Mrs. Mdlord Lodfrtrd hnd ns Iholr gnosis aro vlsillng Mrs. Berry's parents, "3 110 la I ... I nr n 1. i t: i .. several' yeari. May Joy and happi- friends nnd relntivcs nt tills place t t ir lfni.. has como, Mi, and Mrs. Pal Powell. Dewey Vsntt, Jan. iZ ness be theirs all thru life Susio G. W. Downey, who Is attending i.i-'3 inn inci ..iv-- i !, w u i ,iv mi tt i, n mo!. wllh the 'New Year, with a ven- - Powol and 'ana Dozier wore quietly Wnlson's school will close Wednes- school at Berea, and Victor Browntho nnd A. II. Alcorn lias moved lo .mn7S Bcnnco; most of us nro thankful married a few days ago-- W. S Todd day with' a nice entertainment. Tho ing, who Is attending vchool at Ann-vill- e, J Richardson property ni Vo- - Moody, ot Is ,)m wp ))o m iiavi. (, depend up- - nnd family have moved lo Iholr people regret very much to glvo spent Saturday night ,with rrnt" WMIirt PI i niaitinn ui iiiLri I iitl- .11.. iiuiu. r...1. n.t.U. H w,,xtnt " iiiiv unk iciiKin, uiivt'3 nuu& iiuiaiuu uiuuiu I "Mil IIMMI ' MI'ltl iia homo near tho Rod house. -- Mr. and Miss Watson up, as sho is a splen- .1. L. Pennington. Tho Rev. J. H. gavo the young folks a parly at his in bride lll in home Saturday. Mrs. rhllly blasts. J. B. Wilson, ono c: Mrs. Elsi Lake travo the yotinn did teacher. Lewis Cunnlgan nnd Browning attended church at Cor- homo. Sal unlay night. Ralston was Miss Eva Scott, for-very obliging' merchanls, has'Tolks a party Friday night Thero family, from Moorcs Creek havo nell's chapel Saturday and Sunday. meny oi uus couuiy, uui. ubu uooi c, Tnor fnrm woro twenty present and all re moved to t6wn; they moved in tho Arthur Anderson and sister, Mrs. Iron Mound making her homo In Clnolnnall for i,ni,nM port a nice lime. Mrs. .Illos Hun ' houso recently occupied by John Ethel Robinson, of Danville, I1U '- . ' aVn second S0Veral yean, Mr. and Mrs. IU1- Iron Mound. Dor. aft-- Thr ter of Vogol visited her daughter, Hunlcy. Mary Little's houso caught spent tho holidays visiting friends snow of the season Is with us now. wjh Hvo In tho houso by the n there is an orchard of 100 fruit, Mrs. Horace Cor, a few days last fire tho other day. Tho flro was dis- and relatives at this place. Arthur -- W. F. Stone, or Wnpclla, III., is scn whlto Hall school. trees ju coming Into bearing. Mr. week. Mis Gertrude Lake Is on covered before it gained headway Anderson ana Miss Mollio Thomp- visiting his father-in-laJ. W. Tucker will leave iu a few days fori the sick list Henry Simpson has Mrs. Mary Davis has been sick for son, of Burning Spring?, wore Sparks, at this place. Ethel :inl Sallna, Kansas, whero bo formerly sold his farm to Tom Click for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. quietly married at the homo I nm-Harmony Fielder, of Berea, are Hickncll and 87,(125. He will go to Ohio the first Hill, from Pennsylvania are visiting of the bride, Christmas Day. Wc snowline the linliilav with linmo Harmony. Jan. C .lohn Lhng- - lived. Mrs. Orby . n . t ... .. ...i. i ii their daughter, Mrs. Mabel Hornsby. wish this happy couple a long and folks. Rev. W. J. Peel, of Nicholas-- 1 worm men last wcex; .no was r I'liiiiirnM iL!ivn lvalue ill I. ii'i lit 11. of March, whore ho will make his u " 1 Bickncll s par-iii- e, future hnme.--Will- io Oglesby has Roy Hornsby, who has been visit- prosperous life in their new homo vlst Mrs. ywrs old; was a Civil War veteran, 01''. i llled his rocular appointment l ,M , CraU, ilobinson. moved below Richmond, and Par-k- ey M ing his brother. Dr. W. B. Hornsby, in Illinois. .T. L. Pennington is ai Corinth, Sunday. Sovcrnl of lho 1,1 " ' minuter oi uooii nope nap- -hDenny has moved Into Ihe house left last Tuesday for Michigan, visiting his sister, Mrs. W. II. Creech woll nicknell, Oscar was His Church. funeral from horo are going I,. Horoi and ICarl Gentry, of Locust Branch, vacated by Mr Oglesby. Mr. and where he expoels lo get a position. 'ot Nina, tnis weeK. i no mile Mils ' .or liar- for lho Winter 1erm.-- Lut CoMrs. Glosln" ami The McKce Sunday-scho- ol elected I daughter of Mr. and Mr.E11Jc Chest-ofllce- rs u ., u. cVlinsThi, Is l'fl Inst wook .lo alton.l Korea mnn visited John and Mrs. Albert children ins sold a bunch mf shoals lo Henry lnyinnnn today. Alfred Truott was nut, who has undergone a serious Mr. Powell, tiinviiic limo lioro nnu'W. '. ' b cents. Gooch Conley tobac-CounRogorsvillo, Sunday. of reelected Superintendent and H. F. 'operation at tho Robinson Hospital Pearson at II Russell Is moving to Mercer who havo not yet sold their to liis Hubbard i: making his llrsl visit rather blue over tho sharp Todd .spent Christmas vacation with Mintcr, Assistant Superintendent at Berea, is reported lo be improv" Wo hate to give Mr. Hub-'- -" the Richmond homo folks. Elgin Lake, of DrownMrs. Emily Mintcr was reelected as ing nicely, and will be expected sister, Mrs. J. S. Vaughn, of this bard up. Henry Tankcrslcy Is decline, In prices plare, since ho returned from overing Crook, visiled home folks FriSecretary and Mrs. Fannio Sparks homo within two weeks. moving to the placo that ho pur- - markets. seas. Robert Palmer and family as Assistant Secretary. Lloyd and day night Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Cox from Mr. Hubbard, and wo visited Mrs. Palmer's parents. Mr. haod Sula Llewellyn visiled at Mr. Wnl-ke- r's visited tho homo of Mr and Mrs. Panola nnd Mrs. Vaughn, of Irvlno, during "olronm him in our neighborhood. OWSLEY COUNTY Saturday and Sunday. last Panola. Doc. 30. Mnrtha Carr, ac- - Will Bales. Sunday. Henry Bishop Mr. I.unila Ballard has moved to lho holidays. As lho old year Is Island City . hor brother. John is moving lo his new homo near Frank Thompson's placo on tho onmpnnlod Island City. Jan. 1. Wc nro glnd about gone and tho new ono soon Crnb Orchard Parrot and Lancaster plko. Carr, of Mlddlotown, Ohio, home for Richmond, anil Mr. Wnrford will Parrot, Jan. 4. Lewis Cunagin of In welcome another New Year Day. to be with us. let's try to do bet Sam Ballard has moved to tho the holidays. Mrs. Dr. Snowden, of move to whero Mr. Bishop Is movParrot has moved to MoKeo lo mako Wo hope The Citizen family will tor and live more for Christ than H,,,.1 ing from. Miss Dora and Nclllo Hubbard, Ravenna, sponl """'' JJ8"""' Plncc.-- Ed wish lho his home. Curt Steel has bought have many additions during tho wo have in the pasl.-- We parrnts. Mr and Mrs I. G IHck- - Burns, of Berea, and Mrs. Junnn Jr' s wl,fo, vo.ry ,0W.al. wlU, lho Lewis Cunagin farm from W.H. year. We havo had somo strange readers of The Citizen a Happy New me aim ix iuh UApocu'ii iu live -- noil. .nriiry kiiriKiiiiiu. ui itujiici,-E- d Gnhlini-i- l spent last wook Willi Mrs. Wolfo for $950. Mr. Wolfe plans to looking frosts which havo attracted Year. Johnson bought out Judo Bus- - ville, Illinois, is visiting relatives Goorutt Bishop. Tlioy returned to go to Indiana, whero ho has bought tho attention of old people. Charles ("Jack Wilson, tolo- - Ihoir homo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. sid's fioods and fixtures fit Crab hore.--Evn- n a farm. Mrs. Lucy Summors of Mid- Rcbinson and wifo and sistcr-i- nROCKCASTLE COUNTY Orchard and is putting up a store graph operator at' Fleming, nnd Julyi Baker, of Brassfleld, visited dle Fork spent Christmas with homo 1p.w, Miss Rotta Gentry, have gonoi Conway al Slringtown. Lnudson Hopkins, Mis., Merle Wilson, of E.K.S.N., nro Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Todd, Christmas folks at this place. Jesse Gabbard to Wyoming. Mr. Robinson bought ... Conwav. Deo. 3fl. We are havlnc1 1... ,..1.1 .:., day.--M- r. t c..i- and Mrs. Arch Murry moved, last week, to his home near Pnent r ;MlltkrnS- - 800 and friends visiled Mrs. Murry's parents. Mr. wca"r. aland A. J. w.noa an,i ,,as boIlBht n,.. $10,000 .1. ,j. WiI.on.-Noigh- bors Gentry , tho mouth of Black Lick. Richard . ... CIIUIl AUl" nnil Mrs. Will Todd. Friday. Miss , . flih II in m.t III Jll'iir lllill ui.iv, ."- r.t ll. r At. II... Tt iBalley, I of Tcnnesseco, who -have fmm Cincinnati.J.I.-5- Bro. Hopkins,iin-- in Price went to Lexington last week 1 l."r-is ,im. wifo of John Kindred, for Cnllio Wood died Saturday evenl. Ar: to sell his tobacco" Only a few V'3 Funeral ' man. and wo hale to give him morly of Leust Branch, but for a ing Willi consumption. b"lhcr',J' n, aga n b crops in this part havo been sold. re,lu0(1 "P- - '''ore u considerable sick- - nlllIl,,Pr of ycar9 rcsident of Minier, services will ho hold at tho homo of 1 Ulls pI?,Ce' -- Ws Mrs. Rachel Prico left for Hamilton, ,n noighhor.,ood,-M- Jss linois, as had a stroke of paralysis John Green, today. H wUh pneuZnia fer" Ohio, last Thursday. Sho had pre,, , not expected lo livc.-Wlc- k-by 'cQtierry, daughter of Mr. (Continutd on no Tonr) i9,""frfl but is now improving. Dr. Uovm-- J viously received a telegram that a Berea Buck McQuorry, and John, hitc Kindred still continues very physician is tho attcndinK her little granddaughter, Dorothy ''u'ncr L- - Powell, son of Gran-i- s JOHN WRITE & CO. y0U?8 f.iL'i.0 'ffj and S",n"pt,,'1last week. ""TV wcrol Cole, was seriously ill. Richard Emily Peters, wife of Henry Polc'rs. ''",';"ln sue- wll0 belonged to tho vl0 said lobe low with tuberculosis, vrw tt ty ciAt...MMVjM l r Prico is selling out to go to Camnnicuii a r v r i i, If. m ' nrs 00th Regulars that saw much hard mukii.bc4iatiuj nitu napptnuss mru mu. i W. T. Bowman has returned to den, Ohio. Tho Parrot postofflce Is Mtms with her Josh Jones is still on the sick list service overseas, relumed lo Camp ,ortm.ni now kept by dark Cunagin and Kolloyville, Okla., after a slay with1'" WZ,n"E.sptrnt Wynn W. E. Wynn had son, W. f- -i, . j -Gordon yesterday from a month a " ,u" Bert McDowell. A bad accident ocfurlough spent with relatives near C1IDO St John has moved a sale last Friday. He Is going to MADISON COUNTY curred at Henry Riley's last Sun- woeks.-He- nry TUnO Vogcl A doublo wedding look placo on the D. B. Peter's land, and Caleb movo, to n,,8f farn 'n Indian in I day evening when his little boys Blue Lick dayS-MrS. Arthur IllCe has r- W. Patrick near lirnwninir (s nceiinvlnir fho St. .Tnhn feW and another little neighbor boy took Blue Lick, Jan. 5. Extreme cold, at tho homo of J. G. Peters bought tho turned homo froin Harlan, whew! the shot gun out to kill somo birds. house.-F- rcd snow. Tho ?no was called to sco her mother,"' ' They accldenlly shot a smaller J. S. Lane far-- r for ?1.600.-Mar- rled. T muus mai u . Mrs. Ball. But hor mother died bo- - '"" ' Mlsa Lona Riley boy through the' arm. Ho Is GenlryT of U' faI 1,0 co,(lcst Scste Bailey, foro sho got there-Ev- erett getting along very well at present who is school at Uncle Dan Parker is suffering at hornel noli of island CH- y.Laura gioatly with a soro foot of W. M.f Bowman, wife of R. II. Bowman of -- Married Cnnoquenllv n large amount th Miss Fan- -, la Sexton Creek is in poor healt- h- Wynn on Dccctnber limoMnd msMpped wnlt. CLARK COUNTY The rjeath erf Clay Brewer, who nfo Wynn lo Mr. Albert Miracle, f)p becp mlpkpU am, mor(J Log Lick Mlraohv. ; fnvni.ai,0 Woather.-- (X died recently-witpneumonia fever, son of our morchant, J. C Flannory, Log Lick, Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. was very unexpected to many of his We wish them a '.ong andhappy vacation who , bem 8,0IM,lnB Hobart Rico wero blessed, Decem- friends. Ho leaves a wlfo and six lifev As the old year is drawing La wil, jlomo n. returned to 20, by lho arrival of their first approaeo-- 1 ber Mr. Brewer was laid a closo, and tho New Year nil m where ho Is taking a mas-awing. wo wish Tho Clllxen aad IU on his farm. little daughter, which they named ,Jogrco iu AgricuIluro ut tho Mabel. J. W. Dawson and wife, of many reaaers a nappy ana Pn- - university of Illinoibw-Jo- hn W. you feed Tuxedo Hog Fairfield, visited Dr. A. T. Neal and perous New Year. Scovllle Flannory is leaving today for cannot know how cheapwlfo a few days of last week. Scovllle, Jan. 2. Rov. Stump Greensboro, X. (L, where ho is manMrs. Florenco Kerr died this morn- filled his regular appointment at ly pork can be developed. Tuxedo is aging a dairy for the Seitilo Dairy GARRARD COUNTY ing of tuberculosis and will be CHfty, Saturday night, Sunday and proa quickjfattener a never-failin- g Co. A saw-mi- ll Bryantsville will soon bo staburied at 11 o'clock In tho morning Sunday night. Ho was assisted by Bryanlsvillo, Jan. 5. Miss Mar- tioned in this section and tho ducer of live, sturdy, good looking in Log Lick cemetery. Tho funeral Rev. Wm Marcum, of Vincent-M- iss garet Croushorn returned lo Berea owners of limber are preparing lo hogs. The formula is compounded will be preaohod by tho Rov. M. P. EfTlo Thomas, of Levi, spent Collego last Wednesday, after havo It sawed. Several now barns along lines suggested by a prominent Lowry, of Winchester. Sho had Christmas nt tho homo of her uncle, spending tho holidays with her and dwelling houses will bo creeled been a sufferer for sovoral years. J. W. Rowland Miss Fannio Flan- - mother. Mrs. Francis f!rnnshnrn State Experiment Station Official. -- On aceount of lho in this section. Sho leaves a husband and five chil- cry relumed homo from E. K. S. N.' n. II. Holcomb and Miss Mary inclement weather the Sunday-scho- ol Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, dren. Sho was a (rood Christian wo. for tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. M. Holcomb had as at this place Is not attended their guests and you will understand why it is so very man-- J. W. Bush had his sale yes iy niw.oru, oi uinuum spent Sunday, Bob Holcomb and Miss Lil- - by many children. Tho faithful Digester Tankage, Corn Meal, nutritious: terday. Everything sold well. He Chrislmas with her parents, Mr. nnd Han Glass, of Wilmore, nnd Edwin teachers from Berea deserve great and lit a family will movo to Iowa. Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat MidMrsWilson JuddT Dillard Bond, of Wvlln. nt (his nlnpo fnnnnn Mnnl. credit for their untiring efforts, and Most of the sick aro convalescent Dayton, Ohio, spent Christmas with dlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, Bnmory !s very jow wllh pnoUmo- - wo trust that, with tho approach of in this kiart at litis tlmo Miss BU'"" nia. C. W. Coulter, of Rossmoyne, spring, thero may bo on increase Alfalfa Meal. ii Laura Malherly wont to Winchoa- - ped his tobacoo to Lexington yet-'ipurchased lho Dr. Elllcll farm in interest and attendance, and tho This balanced mixture is sweetened with nnd will move his famllv hero soon, people will respond to tholr noblo Cane Molasses. Misses Myrtle nnd Mnttlo Camp-- 1 nnd worthy nppcals. Miss Eva belt, who havo been in Indlnnnp- - Harris, or Nlcholasvlllo, is visiting her parents al this place Mr. and olis. ind.. havo returned homo PROTEIN 14.5: FIBRE 7 A TT A T VOTO CARBOHYDRATES 55: FAT 3.5 1 Miss Martha Curtis, who was op- -! Mrs. Frank Campbell aro visiting . i l i nutuy trnAl. mo i., i""1"' miau. craicu on tor pppenuioitl al St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, is Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, expected homo soon. Calvin IIu-lo- lt Xlaffftea Egg Mash Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, CfcrMauw Kingston, Deo. 20. Is moving today to the "Mull-ki- n Returns to its before-the-wa- r See Your Nearest Dealer farm." .Mr. Mnltkin wil ni3e passed off very quietly, nothing Y to Madison county Mrs. Rhoda Interesting, except a Chrlslmas tree high standard of quality FOR SALE BY Wylio nnd Earl Wylie, who havo given for a few neighbor ohlldrM S. E. WELCH, Berea, Kentucky ' been very sick last week with flu, by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. After MULLENS & PRICE, Livinitton, Kentucky aro somo hotter Miss Christine the crowd had gathered, about dark Swopo, of Lancaster, spent tho holl- - Santa entered with a large peek oa J. W. RIDER, Mt. Vernon Kentucky East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else sco his a got-Ag- cnt w, Jackson I l.rMr. s oo-li- ,..,,, ! SSfsE' lcl 1 f. Jl 1 rr?ttSrwi riiS ' (..-- !' i...i ',,,,:... ,,.,i " w, ..... , . - 11 .' ly. - ji -- ,.. in-ia- w, fSS ver,d 1?? I S,8.!?6 "'SJ?? Ifrjli T'r ",, T7 i.. ""u""" poi,, (SyfJTl Suro SeS toiio'S"Sofa! k ? "n ,laf .jaUja J'J a Jattener A Urba-childre- ay .J uxedo Hog Ration UNTIL m0 ms No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour ! AIMiJU OlO. Once Tried Always Used